Windows NT 4.0 MCSE

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Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers are just as hot in the information technology world as Microsoft's Windows NT operating system. In the US alone today, there are 200,000 open IT jobs, and researchers expect demand to grow to over 500,000 within the next three years. Needless to say, becoming an MCSE in Windows NT is a heck of a great career move.

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Overview

Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers are just as hot in the information technology world as Microsoft's Windows NT operating system. In the US alone today, there are 200,000 open IT jobs, and researchers expect demand to grow to over 500,000 within the next three years. Needless to say, becoming an MCSE in Windows NT is a heck of a great career move.

Now Windows NT 4.0 MCSE Study Guide puts you on the fast track toward certification by covering everything you need to know to pass these three required MCSE exams:

Exam Number Exam Title
70-73 Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0
70-67 Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0
70-68 Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 in the Enterprise

Even if you're not planning to take the MCSE exams, in Windows NT 4.0 MCSE Study Guide you'll find critical information to use on the job, including:

  • Deploying, installing, and configuring Windows NT -- both Workstation and Server.
  • Managing resources -- from administering user and group accounts to optimizing Windows NT Server Directory Services.
  • Setting up effective network connectivity using TCP/IP and other protocols, as well as maintaining heterogeneous Windows NT and Novell NetWare networks, instituting remote access capabilities, and accommodating Mac OS platforms.
  • Optimizing applications to run under Windows NT.
  • Monitoring, evaluating, and optimizing Windows NT networks using tools such asPerformance Monitor and Network Monitor.
  • Troubleshooting workstation and network problems when they arise.
Plus, Windows NT 4.0 MCSE Study Guide includes an in-depth collection of study and test-preparation resources, as well as a bonus CD-ROM containing a searchable electronic version of the book in Adobe Acrobat portable document format, excerpts from MCSE Career Microsoft!, and other software and reference material essential for success as a Microsoft Windows NT certified professional.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764532887
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/28/1999
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 8.46 (w) x 10.86 (h) x 1.23 (d)

Table of Contents

Value of Microsoft Certification Statement.

Foreword to the MCSE Series.

Foreword.

Preface.

Acknowledgements.

Part I: Overview.

Chapter 1: Overview of Windows NT Workstation and Windows NT Server.

Part II: Installation and Configuration.

Chapter 2: Installing Windows NT Workstation and Windows NT Server.

Chapter 3: Configuring Disks.

Chapter 4: Using Control Panel.

Chapter 5: Server-Based Deployment.

Chapter 6: Managing Printing.

Chapter 7: Managing User and Group Accounts.

Chapter 8: Managing Account Policy, User Rights, and Auditing.

Chapter 9: Managing User Profiles and System Policy.

Chapter 10: Managing Windows NT Directory Services.

Chapter 11: Optimizing Windows NT Server Directory Services.

Chapter 12: Sharing and Securing File Systems.

Chapter 13: Accessing Resources on the Network.

Chapter 14: Using Windows NT Server Tools.

Chapter 15: Backing Up and Restoring Data.

Part IV: Connectivity.

Chapter 16: Networking Using TCP/IP.

Chapter 17: Coexistence With NetWare.

Chapter 18: Migrating to Windows NT from NetWare.

Chapter 19: Installing and Configuring Remote Access Service (RAS).

Chapter 20: Macintosh Connectivity.

Part V: Running Applications.

Chapter 21: Running Applications on Windows NT.

Part VI: Monitoring and Optimization.

Chapter 22: Using Performance Monitor.

Chapter 23: Using Network Monitor.

Chapter 24: Capacity Planning.

Chapter 25: Performance Optimization.

Part VII: Troubleshooting.

Chapter 26: The Troubleshooting Process.

Chapter 27: Advanced TroubleshootingTopics.

Part VIII: Resources.

Appendix A: Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0 Exam Objectives.

Appendix B: Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 Exam Objectives.

Appendix C: Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 in the Enterprise Exam Objectives.

Appendix D: Answers to Instant Assessment Questions, Review Activities, and Hands-on Labs.

Appendix E: Mini-Lab Manual.

Appendix F: Exam Preparation Tips.

Appendix G: Windows NT Planning Forms.

Appendix H: What's on the CD-ROM?

Glossary.

Index.

License Agreement.

CD-ROM Installation Instructions.

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