Microsoft Windows XP Networking Inside Out

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Hey, you know your way around a desktop — now dig into the Windows XP operating system and really put its networking features to work! This supremely organized reference packs hundreds of timesaving networking solutions, checklists, network troubleshooting tips, and workarounds — all in concise, fast-answers format. Learn the tools and techniques for configuring and managing networking with Windows XP — including workgroup, domain, Internet, and remote networking, plus every network component and feature in ...

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Hey, you know your way around a desktop — now dig into the Windows XP operating system and really put its networking features to work! This supremely organized reference packs hundreds of timesaving networking solutions, checklists, network troubleshooting tips, and workarounds — all in concise, fast-answers format. Learn the tools and techniques for configuring and managing networking with Windows XP — including workgroup, domain, Internet, and remote networking, plus every network component and feature in between. Companion CD-ROM features tools, utilities, eBook, and more.

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Responsible for a network that includes Windows XP computers -- XP Professional or XP Home? You need a book you can turn to whenever you have a problem, and a book that can help you make the most of your network. Microsoft Windows XP Networking Inside Out is that book.

With help from Microsoft insiders, Curt Simmons and James Causey cover every facet of Windows XP networking, old and new. And when you look closely at Windows XP, there are a surprising number of new networking features. Windows Messenger. Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance. Internet Connection Firewall. IE 6 and Outlook Express 6. Simple File Sharing. Each is covered in detail here -- including tradeoffs and limitations.

Even if you manage Windows networks for a living, you’re likely to learn plenty you didn’t know. Were you aware there are third-party products that can speed access to commonly-used IP addresses by eliminating the need for FQDN-to-IP address mapping? Or that you can propagate a set of email and newsgroup configurations to multiple computers by exporting them as .IAF files? Or that you can use the Internet Connection Firewall log file as a “Big Brother” tool to see which sites each of your PC’s users have visited?

You’ll find solid overviews of wireless networking, network security, and performance monitoring. And if you’re a working administrator, you’ll especially appreciate the authors’ troubleshooting guidance on NTFS file permissions. Add it all up and you’ve got a Windows networking resource you can really rely on. (Bill Camarda)

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  • ISBN-13: 9780735616523
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 10/16/2002
  • Series: Bpg-Inside Out Series
  • Pages: 800
  • Product dimensions: 7.38 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.81 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
We'd Like to Hear from You!
Conventions and Features Used in This Book
Pt. 1 Windows XP Networking 1
Ch. 1 Introduction to Windows XP Networking 3
Ch. 2 Configuring TCP/IP and Other Protocols 15
Ch. 3 Creating Network Connections 47
Pt. 2 Internet Networking 79
Ch. 4 Configuring Internet Connections 81
Ch. 5 Using Internet Connection Firewall 117
Ch. 6 Using Internet Explorer Advanced Features 137
Ch. 7 Using Outlook Express Advanced Features 181
Ch. 8 Using Windows Messenger 219
Ch. 9 Using Internet Information Services 249
Pt. 3 Network Connectivity 281
Ch. 10 Managing Workgroup Connections 283
Ch. 11 Understanding Domain Connectivity 311
Ch. 12 Solving Connectivity Problems 345
Pt. 4 Network Resources 371
Ch. 13 Selecting a File System 373
Ch. 14 Understanding Resource Sharing and NTFS Security 397
Ch. 15 Making Files Available Offline 449
Pt. 5 Advanced Networking 471
Ch. 16 Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance 473
Ch. 17 Remote Access and Virtual Private Networking 503
Ch. 18 Interconnectivity with Other Systems 519
Ch. 19 Wireless Networking 531
Ch. 20 Maintaining Network Security 557
Ch. 21 Monitoring Windows XP Network Performance 597
Pt. 6 Appendix 611
App Windows XP Service Pack 1 613
Glossary 617
Index to Troubleshooting Topics 629
Index 631
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