Windows NT 4.O Workstation Installation and Configuration Handbook

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Demystify the installation of Windows NT on both Intel and RISC-based platforms with this complete reference from Que. With professional techniques and advice from the experts, readers will be able to take control of Windows NT by customizing .INF files, using property sheets, editing the Registry, and more!
  • Provides extensive troubleshooting information on CD-ROMs, modems, network cards, and other ...
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Overview

Demystify the installation of Windows NT on both Intel and RISC-based platforms with this complete reference from Que. With professional techniques and advice from the experts, readers will be able to take control of Windows NT by customizing .INF files, using property sheets, editing the Registry, and more!
  • Provides extensive troubleshooting information on CD-ROMs, modems, network cards, and other peripherals
  • Covers high-end graphics hardware, high performance disk drives, network cards, and high speed/ISDN modems
  • CD-ROM includes an assortment of drivers, performance monitoring software, system tuning tools, and utilities
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780789708182
  • Publisher: Macmillan Computer Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/28/1996
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 840
  • Product dimensions: 7.35 (w) x 9.05 (h) x 2.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
1 What's New in Windows NT 4.0 11
2 Understanding Key Installation Issues 33
3 Planning the Installation 51
4 Installing Windows NT 67
5 Network Installation and Configuration 81
6 Customizing Setup 101
7 Distributed Setup 139
8 Understanding System Administration 163
9 Administering Servers and Sharing Resources 179
10 Administering Users 211
11 Understanding and Modifying the Registry 235
12 Adding Multimedia Devices 263
13 Adding Modems 279
14 Adding Printers and Fonts 293
15 Optimizing Physical and Virtual Memory 319
16 Optimizing the File System 331
17 Ensuring Data Security 363
18 Optimizing Hardware: Processors, Video, and I/O Systems 389
19 Integrating Windows NT in Microsoft Environments 407
20 Integrating Windows NT in Novell Environments 439
21 Integrating Windows NT in UNIX Environments 465
22 Using Remote Access Services 483
23 Installing and Configuring Windows Messaging 517
24 Understanding and Configuring TCP/IP 563
25 Using Internet Programs 589
26 Setting Up an Internet Server with IIS 613
27 Implementing a Firewall 639
28 Customizing the Desktop 659
29 Customizing Hardware and System Settings 677
App. A Working with the Registry Settings 701
App. B What's on the CD 733
Index 759
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