NETWORKING WINDOWS 95 EYT883EDP

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Networking Windows 95 is for you if you have to manage Windows 95 in a networked environment. If you are a newcomer to Windows 95, or new to networking, then this book will take you through the stages of planning, installing and configuring Windows 95 on a network. For network managers, the book shows you how to effectively configure and manage your Windows 95 network; from half-a-dozen workstations to a multisite WAN. The book covers advanced connectivity issues, including networking multiple sites, connecting ...
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Networking Windows 95 is for you if you have to manage Windows 95 in a networked environment. If you are a newcomer to Windows 95, or new to networking, then this book will take you through the stages of planning, installing and configuring Windows 95 on a network. For network managers, the book shows you how to effectively configure and manage your Windows 95 network; from half-a-dozen workstations to a multisite WAN. The book covers advanced connectivity issues, including networking multiple sites, connecting to different operating systems and connecting to the Internet. It also covers, in detail, how to configure the messaging functions of Windows 95: how mail is delivered across your office or across the world; how to send mail to other on-line services and linking to other network electronic mail software.

Networking will play an extremely important part of Windows 95. Not only does it include peer to peer networking functions (like Windows for Workgroups) but also comprehensive messaging and network management utilities. This book describes the complete range of functions and shows how to configure the options, tune them for the best performance and use them effectively.

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A resource guide written for network managers implementing Window 95 in both small office situations (a half dozen stations) and in a multisite WAN setting. Computer author Collin demonstrates how to plan, install, and configure Windows 95 on a network, including an outline of the subtleties of connecting to other systems and to the Internet. The intricacies of E-mail are covered in detail, along with troubleshooting techniques and power tips. Includes lots of screen illustrations for "see as you go" learning. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780750624183
  • Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Publication date: 5/1/1996
  • Pages: 350
  • Product dimensions: 7.46 (w) x 9.72 (h) x 0.69 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Basic Concepts 1
2 Installing Windows 95 23
3 Configuring network components 47
4 Using and Sharing Resources on a Network 65
5 Networking Utilities 91
6 Microsoft Exchange 107
7 Network Management 147
8 Connectivity 179
9 Dial-up Networking and Remote Users 193
10 Network Performance and Tuning 209
11 Enterprise-wide e-mail with Exchange 219
Glossary 241
Index 247
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