Windows NT and UNIX Integration

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Windows NT and Unix Integration provides readers with a rigorous look at the issues and problems facing those who combine NT and UNIX components in the same network. The book begins with a primer on both NT and UNIX, followed by a discussion of networking issues. Then, the critical issues related to file sharing are explored. Proven solutions to the problems related to printing in an integrated environment are demonstrated. Finally, third party tools are discussed and their ...
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Overview

Windows NT and Unix Integration provides readers with a rigorous look at the issues and problems facing those who combine NT and UNIX components in the same network. The book begins with a primer on both NT and UNIX, followed by a discussion of networking issues. Then, the critical issues related to file sharing are explored. Proven solutions to the problems related to printing in an integrated environment are demonstrated. Finally, third party tools are discussed and their relative value and uses are explored.
  • Meets market need for high-end technical information on the #1 integration issue for Windows NT
  • Gives proven solutions to printing integration, exploring the details of interconnecting NFS and SMB-based printers
  • System Administrator s all-in-one guide to integrating NT and UNIX in the same network
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A reference for integrating Windows NT and UNIX into the same network, useful for system engineers and architects, and network and system administrators. Contains sections on Windows NT and UNIX fundamentals, file sharing, printing, application integration, and tools. An appendix describes products for file and print sharing. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Pt. I Windows NT and UNIX Fundamentals 5
1 An Introduction to Windows NT 7
2 An Introduction to UNIX 57
3 Microsoft TCP/IP on Windows NT 4.0 95
4 UNIX TCP/IP 119
Pt. II File Sharing Between UNIX and Windows NT 141
5 Windows NT-Based Solutions 143
6 UNIX-Based Solutions 169
7 Thin Server Technologies 191
Pt. III Printing Between UNIX and NT 205
8 LPR/LPD 207
9 Windows NT-Based NFS Print Providers 221
10 UNIX-Based SMB Print Providers 233
Pt. IV Application Integration 253
11 Application Brokers 255
12 Telnet and Application Enhancement 265
Pt. V Windows NT and UNIX Tools 283
13 Microsoft Tools: The Resource Kit and TechNet 285
14 UNIX Tools for Windows NT 301
App. A: Products for File and Print Sharing 311
App. B: References 319
Index 321
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