Sams Teach Yourself Windows NT Server 4 in 21 Days

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Sams, 1999 - Computers - 860 pages
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A self-study guide to NT Server 4 administration, Sams Teach Yourself Windows NT Server 4 in 21 Days offers more than 100 skill-building tasks to teach you everything you need to know to be an effective NT administrator. You'll learn how to make the switch from another network operating system, troubleshoot a server, optimize the network, and more. Topics covered include: Setting up an NT Server; Understanding the inner workings of the NT Registry; Migrating to NT from other network operating systems; Configuring and installing a variety of clients on an NT network; Designing and implementing an NT network for an organization; Securing a server with NT's powerful safeguards; Administering a server remotely with RAS; and Managing network printers with ease.

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Peter Davis is principal of Peter Davis & Associates, a training and consulting firm specializing in the security, audit, and control of information systems. Peter is the author or co-author of five other books, including Sams Teach Yourself NetWare in 14 Days (Sams Publishing) and Computer Security for Dummies (IDG Books Worldwide). Barry Lewis is president of Cerberus ISC Inc. and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). He is an author of many articles on information security and is a frequent speaker at a number of major conferences. He is co-author of Computer Security for Dummies (IDG Books Worldwide).

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