You don’t need to be Bill Gates to assemble a small- or medium-size Windows NT network in your office. But you do need to know your way around a computer. And you need to have the right tools at your disposal. Windows NT 4.0 Connectivity Guide is one of those tools. Author Richard Grace has written an outstanding reference aimed at teaching the intermediate-to-advanced computer user all the ins and outs of building and maintaining a first-class windows NT 4.0 network.
Windows NT 4.0 Connectivity Guide takes a hands-on approach to covering this popular and fast-growing network operating system. Grace makes excellent use of real-world examples and troubleshooting guidelines. And he provides the nitty-gritty details on essential issues like networking in mixed environments, connectivity specs for various clients, TCP/IP-based configurations, linking remote-access connections, establishing Virtual Private Networks, and configuring Home Directories, System Policies and Backup Domain Controllers.
The CD-ROM offers a wide selection of Windows NT utilities and applications, bonus shareware, freeware, demo programs, and the complete electronic version of Windows NT 4.0 Connectivity Guide.
|Publisher:||Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||7.05(w) x 9.03(h) x 1.74(d)|
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After spending untold hours defining network parameters, a friend gave this book to me, half smiling, knowing I could have saved myself a full day's work in setting up a VPN. Great guide for the beginner or intermediate level engineer.