CNE-4 Study Guide for Netware 4/Intranetware

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Here's the ticket not only to the Certified Novell Engineer for IntranetWare credential, but also to learning how to use NetWare 4.11/IntranetWare in the real world as well. This study guide covers all the topics included in the IntranetWare CNE curriculum--and it provides real-world examples and information. Challenging CNE test questions, both in the text of the book and on the CD-ROM, make this the perfect study companion for both new CNE candidates and current CNEs upgrading to the CNE for IntranetWare ...
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Overview

Here's the ticket not only to the Certified Novell Engineer for IntranetWare credential, but also to learning how to use NetWare 4.11/IntranetWare in the real world as well. This study guide covers all the topics included in the IntranetWare CNE curriculum--and it provides real-world examples and information. Challenging CNE test questions, both in the text of the book and on the CD-ROM, make this the perfect study companion for both new CNE candidates and current CNEs upgrading to the CNE for IntranetWare certification.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782120905
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/1/1997
  • Edition description: 2ND BK&CD
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1477
  • Product dimensions: 7.49 (w) x 9.07 (h) x 2.25 (d)

Table of Contents

Part 1: Introduction to Netware 4.11
Chapter 1: An Introduction to Networking
Chapter 2: What's New in NetWare 4.11?

Part 2: Netware 4.11 Administration
Chapter 3: NetWare 4.11 Networking Fundamentals
Chapter 4: How to Manage Container and Leaf Objects
Chapter 5: How to Use NetWare Security
Chapter 6: Managing Login Scripts and Applications
Chapter 7: How Printing Works
Chapter 8: Administering the File Server

Part 3: Netware 4.11 Advanced Administration
Chapter 9: Advanced NetWare Directory Services
Chapter 10: Advanced NetWare Management
Chapter 11: Setting Up and Managing the Workstation
Chapter 12: Advanced Security and Auditing
Chapter 13: Managing Your NetWare 4.11 Server

Part 4: Installing and Configuring Netware 4.11
Chapter 14: Installing NetWare 4.11
Chapter 15: Upgrading to NetWare 4.11
Chapter 16: Configuring NetWare 4.11
Chapter 17: Taking Care of the NetWare 4.11 Server Environment

Part 5: Design and Implemenation
Chapter 18: Planning Your NDS Tree
Chapter 19: Planning Network Access
Chapter 20: Advanced NDS Design
Chapter 21: Implementing an NDS Tree

Part 6: Service and Support
Chapter 22: The Basics of Network Troubleshooting
Chapter 23: Connections: Network Interface Cards and Cables
Chapter 24: Working with Storage Devices on the Network
Chapter 25: Troubleshooting the DOS Workstation
Chapter 26: Troubleshooting Printing Systems
Chapter 27: Disaster Recovery and Network Optimization

Part 7: Networking Technologies
Chapter 28: Networking Technologies: Concepts and Services
Chapter 29: Network Hardware: Transmission Media and Connections
Chapter 30: The OSI Model and Its Lower Layers
Chapter 31: The Middle Layers of the OSI Model
Chapter 32: The Upper Layers of the OSI Model
Chapter 33: Major Protocol Suites7

Part 8: IntranetWare and TCP/IP
Chapter 34: Introducing IntranetWare and TCP/IP
Chapter 35: Configuring Web Services
Chapter 36: Using FTP and Other Services
Chapter 37: Managing the IPX/IP Gateway
Chapter 38: Planning and Implementing Intranets

Part 9: Conclusion
Chapter 39: The Current State of Networking
Chapter 40: What's in the Future for Networking?
Appendix A: Answers to CNE Practice Test Questions

Glossary of Terms
Index
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