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Mastering NetWare 6 with CDROM (Mastering)by James E Gaskin
Synopses & Reviews
The Best Way to Move up to NetWare 6
NetWare 6 is a majorrelease in the history of NetWare, providing improvements that will beappreciated by users and administrators alike. Mastering NetWare 6 is thelatest edition of the NetWare resource long recognized for its comprehensiveness,practicality, and humor. You’ll benefit from James Gaskin’sinstruction on standard NetWare techniques, in-depth examinations of new andadvanced features, and the tips and tricks for which he’s famous. Ifyou’re serious about getting all you can out of the latest version ofNetWare, you’ll set out with this book by your side.
A must-have for all NetWare network administrators, this volume gives full coverage of all NetWare topics, including the new iFolder synchronization feature, migration from previous versions, and integration with Microsoft operating systems. NetWare 6 incorporates more open and Internet standards and has significantly more robust security features, making it more flexible for administrations while not sacrificing on stability and scalability.
About the Author
James E. Gaskin is the author of many books written about real networks for real network managersand power users. He has been installing, configuring, and explaining NetWare since 1986, beginning with Advanced NetWare 4.61a, which shipped on a handful of 5.25-inch low-density floppy disks for the hot new server, the IBM XT.
Table of Contents
The Essential Skills for NetWare 6.
Part I: Setting Up the Network.
Chapter 1: Installing NetWare 6.
Chapter 2: Novell Directory Services: eDirectory Overview, Planning, and Expansion.
Chapter 3: Connecting PC Clients to Your Network.
Part II: Managing the Network.
Chapter 4: Creating and Managing User Objects.
Chapter 5: Handling More Than One User at a Time.
Chapter 6: Network and Internet Printing.
Chapter 7: Securing Your NetWare 6 Network.
Chapter 8: NetWare 6 Administrator Duties and Tools.
Chapter 9: Providing Applications for Your Network Clients.
Chapter 10: Teaching Your Clients to Use the Network.
Part III: NetWare,TCP/IP,and the Internet.
Chapter 11: TCP/IP and NetWare 6.
Chapter 12: DHCP and DNS Support.
Part IV: Taking Advantage of Special Network Features.
Chapter 13: Remote File Access with iFolder and NetDrive.
Chapter 14: Clusters of Enhancements and Special Features (Including Clusters).
Chapter 15: Troubleshooting Your Network.
Part V: Appendices.
Appendix A: NetWare Web Services.
Appendix B: Upgrades, Migration, and Windows Client and Server Installation Support.
Appendix C: NetWare 6 SET Commands.
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