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Mastering NetWare 6
     

Mastering NetWare 6

by James E. Gaskin
 

The Best Way to Move up to NetWare 6
NetWare 6 is a major release in the history of NetWare, providing improvements that will be appreciated by users and administrators alike. Mastering NetWare 6 is the latest edition of the NetWare resource long recognized for its comprehensiveness, practicality, and humor. You'll benefit from James Gaskin's instruction on

Overview

The Best Way to Move up to NetWare 6
NetWare 6 is a major release in the history of NetWare, providing improvements that will be appreciated by users and administrators alike. Mastering NetWare 6 is the latest edition of the NetWare resource long recognized for its comprehensiveness, practicality, and humor. You'll benefit from James Gaskin's instruction on standard NetWare techniques, in-depth examinations of new and advanced features, and the tips and tricks for which he's famous. If you're serious about getting all you can out of the latest version of NetWare, you'll set out with this book by your side.
Coverage includes:

• Setting up your NetWare network

• Upgrading from an earlier version of NetWare

• Making the best use of NDS eDirectory

• Setting up network security

• Taking advantage of NetWare's TCP/IP support

• Setting up and managing printers

• Using NetWare's Web services

• Creating, filtering, and deleting NDS objects

• Using NetWare's browser-based and other utilities

• Troubleshooting your NetWare network

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780782140231
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
03/15/2002
Series:
Mastering Series
Edition description:
BK&CD-ROM
Pages:
826
Product dimensions:
7.55(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.80(d)

Meet the Author

James E. Gaskin is the author of many books written about real networks for real network managersand power users. He has been installing, configuring, and explaining NetWare since 1986, beginning with Advanced NetWare 4.61a, which shipped on a handful of 5.25-inch low-density floppy disks for the hot new server, the IBM XT.

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