Windows NT Server 4 unleashed / Jason Garms . . . [et al]

Contributor(s): Garms, Jason
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Indianapolis, IN : Sams Pub., c1996Edition: 1st editionDescription: xxx, 1109 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. + 1 computer laser optical disc (4 3/4 in.)ISBN: 0672309335Subject(s): Microsoft Windows NT | Client/server computing | InternetDDC classification: 005.447
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Contents
Introduction
Part I. Fundamentals of Windows NT Server
1. Introducing Windows NT 3
2. Building Blocks of Windows NT
3. Windows NT Workstation Versus Windows NT Server

Part II. Installing Windows NT Server
4. Installing Windows NT Server
5. Introducing to the New Explorer User Interface
6. Windows NT File System Management
7. Integrated Networking
8. Configuring and Installing Print Services
9. Working Clients
Working Macintosh Clients
11. Installing and Configuring Microsoft TCP/IP
12. DHCP, WINS, and DNS
13. Configuring TCP/IP
14. Browsing on Microsoft Internet

Part III. Managing Windows NT Server
15. Administering the Server
16. User Administration
17. Remote Administration
18. Understanding Registry
19. Performance Turning and Optimization
20. Using Remote Access service
21. Network Client Administrator
22. Netware Connections

Part IV. Protecting Windows NT Server
23. Protecting Your Server
24. Auditing Windows NT Server
25. Advanced Security Guidelines


Part V. The Applications Server: Windows NT
26. Microsoft Backoffice and Other Microsoft product
27. Windows NT Server as a Database Server
28. Using Windows NT as an Internet
29. Programming Windows NT Server
30. The Future of Windows

Includes index.

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