Here's an immutable fact of life: Networks are essential tools in today's office environment. Whether your network is large or small, you'll discover the benefits of Novell's powerful client-server networking operating system, known to one and all as NetWare, as you master the procedures and protocols to set up and manage just about any type of network.
Networking With NetWare For Dummies, 4th Edition, takes the stress and strain out of using NetWare as you move from the basics of setting up and managing a network to advanced topics on client-server operations, network security, maintenance, and troubleshooting. Written in clear, easy-to-understand, jargon-free language, Networking With NetWare For Dummies delivers the news on networks without driving you to distraction. Plus, this indispensable book includes a glossary of all the tech terms and technobabble you'll ever need to know, tips on getting effective tech support, and an online resource directory about networking with NetWare.
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About the Author
About the Authors Ed Tittel is the author of numerous books and articles on networking and the Internet. He is the coauthor of IDG Books Worldwide's Windows NT Networking For Dummies®, HTML 4 For Dummies®, and XML For Dummies®. James E. Gaskin, consultant and author, has written seven other NetWare-related titles. He is a regular contributor to the networking trade press. Earl Follis, CNE, is a technical evangelist at Tiroli Systems, Inc. He is the coauthor of Windows NT Networking For Dummies®.