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MCSE Windows NT Server 4 in the Enterprise for Dummies with CDROMby Kenneth Majors
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System requirements: PC (486 or faster processor; 16MB RAM; 32MB free hard disk space; Windows 95 or later, or Windows NT 4.0 or later; color display (256 colors) or grayscale; sound card; modem (14,400 bps minimum); CD-ROM drive (2x or faster).
About the Author
Study with the Experts! Kenneth Majors, MCSE, has developed and taught many cram sessions for prospective MCTs-getting very high ratings from his students. A seasoned UNIX and Windows NT network expert, he works as a Senior Network Engineer for Levi, Ray, and Shoup, Inc. in Kansas City. Dave Dermon, MCSE, owns a consulting firm that specializes in network management and web site design. Jeffrey Ferris, MCSE, works as an NT Systems Integrator for one of the Big Three long distance providers, specializing in Windows NT and TCP/IP.
Table of Contents
PART I: You're Wondering Why I Called This Meeting.
Chapter 1: The NT Server 4.0 in the Enterprise Exam.
Chapter 2: Exam Prep Roadmap: Windows NT Server in the Enterprise Basics.
PART II: Planning.
Chapter 3: Networking Models.
Chapter 4: Trust Relationships.
PART III: Installation and Configuration.
Chapter 5: Installation, Hesitation, and Perspiration.
Chapter 6: Domain Management.
Chapter 7: Printers: Don't Be Fooled by Spools and Pools.
Chapter 8: Do You See What I TCP/IP?
Chapter 9: Windows Internet Name Service (WINS).
PART IV: Managing User Resources.
Chapter 10: Users: A Necessary Evil.
Chapter 11: Groups: Deciding Who Gets In and Who Doesn't.
Chapter 12: Permission to Manage Resources, Sir!
Chapter 13: User Profiles, System Policies, and Hardware Profiles, Oh My!
Chapter 14: Client Administration: Who's the Boss?
PART V: Managing Network Resources.
Chapter 15: Internetwork Routing.
Chapter 16: NetWare Connectivity.
Chapter 17: Macintosh Connectivity.
PART VI: Managing External Resources.
Chapter 18: Working with Internet Services.
Chapter 19: Remote Access Service Basics.
Chapter 20: RAS in Action.
PART VII: Monitoring and Optimization.
Chapter 21: What a Performance!
Chapter 22: Network Monitor: NT's Traffic Reporter.
PART VIII: Troubleshooting.
Chapter 23: Conflict Resolution.
Chapter 24: Implementing Fault Tolerance: Earning Your Disaster Recovery Stripes.
Chapter 25: Hardware Woes.
PART IX: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 26: Ten Terrific Exam Day Tips.
Chapter 27: Ten MCSE Certification Resources.
PART X: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Practice Exam.
Appendix B: About the CD.
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