The plan of this book is to move methodically through a complete deployment of Windows Server 2003 in an enterprise. Getting the OS installed on the server is a good start, but there's still a long way to go. We still have TCP/IP support services such as DNS and DHCP to configure, security to set up, Active Directory domains to deploy, shared resources to make available, users to manage, and disasters to plan for.
Before jumping too far ahead, there are a few final touches regarding installation that need attention. The next chapter covers making hardware changes subsequent to the initial installation and troubleshooting problems that might come up along the way.