Using Windows NT Server 4: Platinum Edition

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With in-depth coverage of the BackOffice suite and the System Management Server, this book goes the distance, with complete examination and discussion of how to manage, administer, and troubleshoot an NT network. You'll learn professional techniques and advice you can apply immediately - whether your working with an internal organization or a connection to the Internet. Plus, find special coverage of the Registry, PPTP, Proxy Server, and Active Server pages - more information to go even further with your NT ...
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Overview

With in-depth coverage of the BackOffice suite and the System Management Server, this book goes the distance, with complete examination and discussion of how to manage, administer, and troubleshoot an NT network. You'll learn professional techniques and advice you can apply immediately - whether your working with an internal organization or a connection to the Internet. Plus, find special coverage of the Registry, PPTP, Proxy Server, and Active Server pages - more information to go even further with your NT Server skills!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789714367
  • Publisher: Que
  • Publication date: 11/28/1997
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 1368
  • Product dimensions: 7.66 (w) x 9.44 (h) x 2.39 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Features at a Glance 9
2 Inside the Technical Details 23
3 Workstation versus Server 43
4 Getting the Right Hardware 61
5 Creating an Environment for Your Servers 79
6 Creating Your Domain Plan 91
7 Installing NT Server 4.0 111
8 Working with NT Server on a Large Scale 123
9 Understanding NT Server's Boot Process 147
10 Using the Explorer User Interface 159
11 Understanding Windows NT Networking 171
12 Configuring TCP/IP 197
13 Implementing DHCP IP Management 215
14 Implementing WINS and DNS Name Resolution 225
15 Using Remote Access Service (RAS) 265
16 Using Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol 289
17 Configuring the Network Browser 305
18 Administering the Server 313
19 Working with Remote Administration 353
20 Implementing Your Domain Plan 359
21 Administering Users and Groups 369
22 Managing Disks and File Systems 395
23 Sharing Files and Printers 411
24 Managing Services and Devices 427
25 Administering an Enterprise with SMS 441
26 Securing NT Server 479
27 Administering Policies 495
28 Protecting Your Disks 507
29 Protecting NT Server from Viruses 525
30 Using a UPS 547
31 Troubleshooting NT Server Security 555
32 Client Administrator 579
33 Windows 95 589
34 Windows for Workgroups 607
35 DOS and Windows 3.1 615
36 Windows NT Workstation 623
37 Mac 637
38 Monitoring NT Server 661
39 Optimizing NT Server's Performance 681
40 Tuning Your Network's Performance 711
41 Protecting the Registry 739
42 Understanding the Registry 749
43 Editing the Registry 761
44 Securing the Registry 771
45 Working with REG and INF Files 779
46 NetWare 791
47 UNIX 865
48 OS/2 883
49 OpenVMS 897
50 PATHWORKS 919
51 IBM Hosts with SNA 943
52 Setting Up Internet Information Server 963
53 Securing a Server on the Internet 983
54 Implementing Active Server Pages 997
55 Building Web Pages with ActiveX 1017
56 Creating Web Pages with FrontPage 1029
57 Doing Business with Transaction Server and DTC 1041
58 Using Index Server 1059
59 Using Proxy Server 1081
60 Broadcasting with NetShow 1105
61 Case Study 1: Small-Scale Enterprises 1141
62 Case Study 2: Medium-Scale Enterprises 1147
63 Case Study 3: Large-Scale Enterprises 1155
A Documenting Your Network 1177
B Tips for Using NT Server 1195
C Service Reference 1207
D Service Packs 1, 2, and 3 1211
E Groups, Privileges, and User Rights 1223
F Symantec's Norton Utilities for NT Server 1227
G Looking Ahead to NT 5.0 1239
Index 1253
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