Windows NT Server 4 for Dummies
Windows NT Server 4 For Dummies takes you straight to the heart of the NT Server environment and covers everything from installation to optimization. Install and configure Windows NT Server 4 software quickly and painlessly; situate servers, hubs, and other important hardware; make the necessary cable and interface connections that enable computers to communicate with each other; and mix and match network topologies to suit your own unique needs. Manage users, groups, shares, and backups in a networked environment, troubleshoot your systems when things go bad, and mediate hardware conflicts with the smart advice that authors Ed Tittel, Mary Madden, and James Michael Stewart bring to your aid.
Table of Contents
PART I: Getting Grounded in Networking Basics.
Chapter 1: Demystifying Network Mumbo-Jumbo.
Chapter 2: Understanding Client/Server Networks.
Chapter 3: Matters of Protocol.
Chapter 4: My Kingdom for a Topology!
PART II: Putting Your Hardware in Place.
Chapter 5: Designing a Network.
Chapter 6: Installing Network Interface Cards.
Chapter 7: Linkin' Networks, Not Logs.
Chapter 8: If You Build It, They Will Come!
PART III: Revving Up Your Server.
Chapter 9: Installing Your Server Software.
Chapter 10: Configuring the Network Hardware (Blech!).
Chapter 11: Printing on the Network.
Chapter 12: Next on Montel -- IP Addresses and the Nerds Who Love Them.
Chapter 13: Just Trust Me -- Setting Up Domains and Trusts.
PART IV: Managing Your Network.
Chapter 14: Managing Users with the User Manager.
Chapter 15: Managing Shares and Permissions.
Chapter 16: Backing Up for a Rainy Day.
Chapter 17: Managing Network Security.
PART V: Troubleshooting Network Snafus.
Chapter 18: Using NT Troubleshooting Utilities.
Chapter 19: Nixing Network Problems.
Chapter 20: Solving Printing Problems.
Chapter 21: Solving Hardware Problems.
PART VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 22: The Top Ten NT Server Installation and Configuration Tips.
Chapter 23: Ten Ways to Network NT Server -- and Live to Tell the Tale!
Chapter 24: Ten Tips and Tricks for Troubleshooting Windows NT Server.
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