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Windows NT(R) Server 4.0 Administrator's Bibleby Robert Cowart
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In this thorough guide to installing, configuring, tuning, and managing Windows NT Server 4.0 — one of today's hottest operating systems — administrators get the tools they need to build Windows NT Web sites; invaluable professional tips, tricks, and shortcuts; and a bonus CD-ROM filled with scripts, utilities, and tools to simplify common tasks. Key topics are covered chronologically, clearly, and in-depth — from remote access services and fault-tolerance to acting as a Web server, being an application server on a LAN, replacing and working with other network servers, and running Microsoft1s BackOffice suite of services. Best-selling author Robert Cowart has written books on Windows NT and Windows 95 and contributes to Microsoft Systems Journal, PC Week, PC World, PC Magazine, and PC Technical Journal. He built his first computer from spare parts in the early days of the microcomputer revolution. Co-author Kenneth Gregg served as the Windows NT Test Manager for Microsoft and has designed and developed system software at Microsoft, Wang Laboratories, and Texas Instruments.
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About the Author
Robert Cowart is a bestselling author on the subject of Windows NT and 95. He has worked in the computer industry for more than 16 years as an engineer, technical support specialist, writer, and teacher. He has written for Microsoft Systems Journal, PC Week, PC World, PC Magazine, and PC Technical Journal.
Kenneth Gregg writes from his five years of inside experience in the Windows NT product group at Microsoft, the last two of those years as the Windows NT Test Manager. In addition, he has designed and developed system software at Microsoft, Wang Laboratories, and Texas Instruments.
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