Building an Intranet with Windows NT

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This hands-on guide teaches readers how to set up and maintain an efficient Intranet with Windows NT. It comes complete with a selection of the best software for setting up a server, creating content, and for developing Intranet applications.
  • Includes complete specifications for several of the most popular Intranet applications-group scheduling, discussions, database access, and more
  • CD-ROM includes a complete Windows NT Intranet toolkit with ...
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Overview

This hands-on guide teaches readers how to set up and maintain an efficient Intranet with Windows NT. It comes complete with a selection of the best software for setting up a server, creating content, and for developing Intranet applications.
  • Includes complete specifications for several of the most popular Intranet applications-group scheduling, discussions, database access, and more
  • CD-ROM includes a complete Windows NT Intranet toolkit with a full-featured Web server, Web content development tools, and ready-to-use Intranet applications
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781575211374
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 7/23/1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 563
  • Product dimensions: 7.41 (w) x 9.12 (h) x 1.49 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Understanding Web Technologies 3
2 Planning an Intranet 17
3 The Software Tools to Build a Web 41
4 The People Skills to Make it Work 65
5 What You Need to Know About HTML 79
6 Windows NT 4 Configuration 113
7 Running the Intranet Web Server 125
8 Serving E-mail via TCP/IP 143
9 Adding FTP and Gopher Services 155
10 Intranet Security in Windows NT 171
11 The Web Browser Is the Key 187
12 MIME and Helper Applications 197
13 Word Processing on the Web 211
14 Publishing Spreadsheets on the Intranet 225
15 Other Client Applications on the Intranet 243
16 Linking Databases to the Web 257
17 Understanding ActiveX Technologies 273
18 Using Visual Basic Script on the Intranet 283
19 Getting the Most out of HTML with CGI 293
20 Building a CGI Database System 313
21 Indexing Your Intranet with WAIS 331
22 Company Practices/Procedures Manuals 349
23 Intranet Help Desk 363
24 Ordering and Inventory 371
25 Intranet Boilerplate Library 385
26 Web-Based Training/Presentations 395
27 Collaboration on Your Intranet 405
28 Connecting the Intranet and the Internet 425
29 Taking Advantage of PERL 437
App. A HTML & CGI Quick Reference 465
App. B Windows NT Web Servers 493
App. C Resources for the Windows NT Webmaster 501
App. D What's on the CD-ROM 507
Bibliography 513
Glossary 519
Index 535
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