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Using Windows NT Server 4 Using Windows NT Server 4
Jerry Honeycutt

With in-depth coverage of the BackOffice suite and the System Management Server, this book goes the distance, with complete examination and discussion of how to manage, administer, and troubleshoot an NT network. You'll learn professional techniques and advice you can apply immediately - whether your working with an internal organization or a connection to the Internet. Plus, find special coverage of the Registry, PPTP, Proxy Server, and Active Server pages - more information to go even further with your NT Server skills!

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Essential Windows NT System Administration Essential Windows NT System Administration
AEleen Eleen Frisch

Essential Windows NT System Administration helps you manage Windows NT systems as productively as possible, making the task as pleasant and satisfying as can be. It combines practical experience with technical expertise, helping you to work smarter and more efficiently.

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TCP/IP for Dummies TCP/IP for Dummies
Marshall Wilensky
IDG Books

If you have anything at all to do with a computer network, sooner or later you're going to come face to face with TCP/IP, the system of protocols that makes the Internet work and that LANs, WANs, and intranets need to follow for Internet connectivity. In TCP/IP For Dummies, authors Marshall Wilensky and Candace Leiden reveal the meanings behind all the acronyms and jargon in order to help you set up or modify your network, make decisions regarding security and firewalls, and even understand how all-important hardware devices (such as modems, bridges, and routers) work with TCP/IP.

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Networking Essentials 2nd Edition Networking Essentials 2nd Edition
Microsoft Press

Newly updated for Microsoft; Windows NT 4.0, this kit provides you with a general understanding of the technical concepts of the network (LAN) environment. And it prepares you to successfully complete the corresponding Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) exam on networking. A single slipcase contains the book for Edition 1, plus one CD-ROM updated for Windows NT 4.0. Get Networking Essentials, Second Edition. It's a great way to get the training you need at the pace you want.

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Migrating from Novell NetWare to Windows NT Server 4.0 Migrating from Novell NetWare to Windows NT Server 4.0
Susan Plumley
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Many companies who currently use NetWare for their corporate network system require servers which are easily interoperable for handling many new technologies and the Internet. For these NetWare users, the new Windows NT 4.0 is the logical and popular choice for upgrading their systems. This comprehensive guidebook shows network managers and administrators how to migrate from NetWare to NT. Not only does the book offer step-by-step instructions, it is also written in a way to help build the skills necessary to customize and maintain the server. Includes detailed checklists and network diagrams to prepare both the system and system users for the migration.

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The Complete Network Upgrade & Maintenance Guide The Complete Network Upgrade & Maintenance Guide
Mark Minasi

The Ultimate Networking Reference--a must buy for every System Administrator! The Complete Network Upgrade & Maintenance Guide is a practical and comprehensive guide to implementing, upgrading, and maintaining networks, from small office LANs to enterprise-scale WANs and beyond. Written by Mark Minasi and two other leading networking authorities, this is the most complete, authoritative, and important resource ever created for system administrators. If you have to upgrade, repair, maintain, and troubleshoot real-world networks, you'll find 1600 pages of vital information. The CD includes the entire text of the book in handy electronic files and scores of valuable network utilities and tools.

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Internetworking LANs and WANs Internetworking LANs and WANs
Concepts, Techniques, and Methods

Gilbert Held
John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Since the first edition of this title was published three years ago, the world of communications technology has changed dramatically, specifically in terms of the rapid increase in Internet connections. This has caused an accompanying rise in the technological and administrative difficulties experienced by LAN and WAN users and managers. This new edition addresses these challenges in this practical and applications-oriented book that includes new coverage of High Speed LANs, FDDI, Fast Ethernet and ATM, Token Ring Networks, Ethernet and ATM switching in internetworking. There is also detailed coverage of TCP/IP, filtering and proxy server information.

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Using Networks Using Networks
Frank J. Derfler

Thoroughly researched coverage provides the best solutions for users' connectivity needs. Extensively updated to include easy-to-understand information, this indispensable source helps the reader make the right decisions for a proposed or existing network.

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NDS for NT NDS for NT
Jeffrey F. Hughes
IDG Books

Learn to design NDS trees in a mixed environment with NDS for NT, the ultimate guide for network administrators, consultants, installers, and students. Novell Master Certified Engineers Jeffrey F. Hughes and Blair W. Thomas use a fictitious company (ACME) to demonstrate the fundamental functions, components, and concepts of NDS for NT.

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Small Business Networking for Dummies Small Business Networking for Dummies
Glenn E. Weadock
IDG Books

Small Business Networking For Dummies can give you the edge that your small business needs to compete in a networked world. As author Glenn Weadock clearly explains, small-business networks are affordable, easy to manage, and (most importantly) easy to use. Select the system software and hardware that's right for you, put tried-and-true cost-saving techniques to use, streamline work processes, and improve the critical interactions between clients, vendors, and partners with the powerful features of a networked system.

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Optimizing Bandwidth Optimizing Bandwidth
Michele Jo Petrovsky

Bandwidth information far beyond the basics is what this workhorse of a guide delivers. Instead of just focusing on one type of bandwidth and how to increase it, the author shows how to optimize bandwidth across all platforms: Unix, Linux, NT, Windows 95, and Netware. Network managers will find hundreds of ``tweaks'' that solve problems while quick ``look-me-up'' tables make bandwidth maximization even easier. A section on network angioplasty offers cures for network circulation dilemmas.

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