Mastering Windows NT Workstation

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Thoroughly revised and updated for Service Pack 4, Mastering Windows NT Workstation 4 is the ultimate reference for Windows NT Workstation. Every NT Workstation user - from system administrators to corporate and power users - needs this remarkably readable, beginner-to-advanced discussion of essential operations, undocumented features, and secrets from the world's #1 Windows NT authority, Mark Minasi. Comprehensive coverage takes you from simple system navigation to sophisticated optimization and networking ...
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Overview

Thoroughly revised and updated for Service Pack 4, Mastering Windows NT Workstation 4 is the ultimate reference for Windows NT Workstation. Every NT Workstation user - from system administrators to corporate and power users - needs this remarkably readable, beginner-to-advanced discussion of essential operations, undocumented features, and secrets from the world's #1 Windows NT authority, Mark Minasi. Comprehensive coverage takes you from simple system navigation to sophisticated optimization and networking techniques.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782124910
  • Publisher: Sybex, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 3/1/1999
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Edition description: 2ND
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1104
  • Product dimensions: 7.51 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 2.76 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. I The Basics 1
1 Introducing Windows NT Workstation 4 3
2 Running Your Applications 25
3 Organizing Programs and Documents 55
4 Setting Object Properties 83
5 Customizing Your Desktop via the Control Panel 93
Pt. II Getting to Work 139
6 Printers and Printing 141
7 Running Multimedia Applications 191
8 Sharing Data between Applications 231
9 Using WordPad for Simple Word Processing 277
10 Painting Pictures with Windows Paint 297
11 The Other Windows NT Accessories 333
Pt. III Connecting to the World 353
12 Introduction to Communications and Using Phone Dialer 355
13 Sending E-Mail with Windows Messaging 373
14 Using HyperTerminal 405
15 Accessing the Internet 455
Pt. IV Becoming an NT Expert 485
16 Introduction to Hardcore NT Workstation 487
17 Understanding the Architecture 523
18 Living with NT's Strict Security 553
19 Installing NT (and Automating Installation) 583
20 The Registry 631
Pt. V Networking 647
21 An In-Depth Introduction to Networks 649
22 Network Architectures 685
23 Essentials of NT Workstation Networking 715
24 Connecting to Novell NetWare Networks 777
25 Remote Access Services 793
Pt. VI Administering and Troubleshooting 827
26 Supporting New Hardware and Installing Drivers 829
27 Running Windows 3.x and DOS Programs 853
28 Fixing NT When It Breaks 887
29 Administrative and Diagnostic Tools 931
30 Additional Customization Options 987
31 Advanced Troubleshooting Methodology 1011
App Understanding NT Service Packs 1045
Glossary 1051
Index 1094
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