Microsoft BackOffice 2 Administrator's Survival Guide

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This all-in-one reference describes how to make the components of BackOffice version 2 work best together and with other networks. BackOffice is Microsoft's complete reference for networking, database, and system management products.
  • Contains the fundamental concepts required for daily maintenance, troubleshooting and problem solving
  • Covers Microsoft's System Management ...
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Overview

This all-in-one reference describes how to make the components of BackOffice version 2 work best together and with other networks. BackOffice is Microsoft's complete reference for networking, database, and system management products.
  • Contains the fundamental concepts required for daily maintenance, troubleshooting and problem solving
  • Covers Microsoft's System Management Server
  • CD-ROM includes product demos, commercial and shareware utilities, and technical notes from Microsoft vendor technical support personnel
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780672309779
  • Publisher: Sams
  • Publication date: 10/19/1996
  • Edition description: 2ND BK&CD
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 1136
  • Product dimensions: 7.34 (w) x 9.05 (h) x 1.95 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Network Concepts 3
2 Planning Your Network Installation 37
3 An Introduction to Windows NT Server 69
4 Installing Windows NT Server 89
5 Integrating Windows NT Server with Other Networks 119
6 Basic Administrative Tools 147
7 Resource Management Tools 199
8 Additional Administrative Tools 237
9 Using DHCP, WINS, and DNS 277
10 Using the Internet Information Server 343
11 Securing Your Network from the Internet 375
12 Getting the Most From Your Microsoft Network 399
13 Tuning Your Server 427
14 An Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server 477
15 Planning Your SQL Server Installation 493
16 Installing SQL Server 507
17 Managing Your Database Server 539
18 Optimizing SQL Server 611
19 Recovering Your Data 637
20 An Introduction to System Management Server 659
21 Planning and Installing System Management Server 675
22 Managing Your Network with System Management Server 701
23 Optimizing Systems Management Server 731
24 Introduction to Microsoft Mail and Exchange Server 751
25 Planning Your Postoffice Installation 769
26 Installing Microsoft Mail and Exchange Server 793
27 Managing Your Postoffice 817
28 Optimizing Your Mail Server 855
29 An Introduction to SNA Server 881
30 Planning Your SNA Server Installation 891
31 Installing SNA Server 907
32 Managing Your SNA Server Gateway 937
33 Optimizing SNA Server 981
34 Windows NT Clients 997
35 Windows 95 Clients 1021
36 Windows for Workgroups 3.11, Windows 3.x, and MS-DOS Clients 1039
37 Macintosh and UNIX Clients 1063
Index 1075
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