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by Robert Bruce Thompson

  • ISBN: 1565922808
  • Category: Technology
  • Author: Robert Bruce Thompson
  • Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: O'Reilly Media; 1 edition (October 11, 1997)
  • Pages: 756 pages
  • FB2 size: 1603 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 112
Download Windows NT Server 4.0 for NetWare Administrators fb2

Sales of Windows NT have been growing steadily, partially at the expense of Novell NetWare.

Sales of Windows NT have been growing steadily, partially at the expense of Novell NetWare. In response to this phenomenon.

Sales of Windows NT have been growing steadily, partially at the expense of Novell NetWare

Sales of Windows NT have been growing steadily, partially at the expense of Novell NetWare. In response to this phenomenon, this new book from O'Reilly and Associates provides a fast-track means for experienced NetWare administrators to build on their knowledge and master the fundamentals of using Microsoft Windows NT Server.

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Windows NT Server 4. by. Cowart, Robert; Waters, Boyd.

This guide is intended primarily for IT administrators who are responsible for .

This guide is intended primarily for IT administrators who are responsible for network operations in a smaller organization. Each chapter in this guide provides a simplified migration path as well as step-by-step instructions for a single server migration. Do one of the following

It was released to manufacturing on July 31, 1996. And was launched to retail on August 24, 1996.

It was released to manufacturing on July 31, 1996.

Sales of Windows NT have been growing steadily, partially at the expense of Novell NetWare. In response to this phenomenon, this new book from O'Reilly and Associates provides a fast-track means for experienced NetWare administrators to build on their knowledge and master the fundamentals of using Microsoft Windows NT Server. The broad coverage of many aspects of Windows NT Server is balanced by a tightly focused approach of comparison, contrast, and differentiation between NetWare and NT features and methodologies. The book is aimed directly at NetWare administrators who are thinking, "I know how to do this with NetWare; how do I do it with NT?"Topics covered in Windows NT Server 4.0 for NetWare Administrators include:

Windows NT network configuration (DHCP, WINS, DNS, and RAS) Disk configuration and administrationUser management and access controlPrint servicesBackup and restoreIntroduction to the NT RegistryNetWare integration toolsMixed NetWare and NT server environmentsTable of ContentsIntroduction to Windows NT ServerIntroduction to Microsoft NetworkingConfiguring Windows NT Server NetworkingManaging Disk Storage with Windows NT ServerManaging Users and GroupsControlling Access to Volumes, Folders and FilesPrinting with Windows NT ServerBacking Up Windows NT ServerWorking with the Windows NT RegistryMonitoring and Optimizing Server PerformanceUnderstanding TCP/IPUsing Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)Using Windows Internet Name Service (WINS)Using Domain Name Service (DNS)Using Remote Access Service (RAS)Microsoft Tools for NetWare IntegrationBuilding Clients for Mixed NetWare and Windows NT Server EnvironmentsUsing Gateway Service for NetWare (GSNW)Using File and Print Services for NetWare (FPNW)Managing Servers in a Mixed NetWare and Windows NT Server EnvironmentMigrating to a Pure Windows NT Server EnvironmentAppendix A. Windows NT Server Resources Appendix B. Norton Utilities for Windows NT
Reviews about Windows NT Server 4.0 for NetWare Administrators (4):
Qiahmagha
I bought 2 books from O'reilly partly based on the good reviews for them on this site. I thought the publisher had good-quality books. Now I doubt the trust-worthiness of these reviews.
Book like this one, which is useless for any "computer guys" has 5-stars reviews. This inevitably makes me think that those are from the authors or the publisher.
The software on the site do a greate job in helping buyers to find and select what they want. But for the readers' review, as one of the local slang says : "Believe just 10% of (some of) it could be lethal to you (or your wallet)."
That brings out another issue - can this or other internet book-stores replace the physical retail stores, in which you can have a brief look and feel of the books yourself.
With a limited budget for so many (expensive) books, one should get a personal look at the book before committing.
Gigafish
Last time, I gave it a 3 stars.
Now I've gone through more of this pile of papers and I think there is really no computer guys/ladies who can benefit from this book except wasting some time if you've got too much money and time to spend.
But no "computer person" should have too much time to learn new stuff these days.
ZEr0
I just would like to tell you that I really like your book. Very few books give a high level and high density of information while being very fluently readable. It is a pleasure to read "NT Server for Netware Admins". -- Andreas Roeschies
Jorius
Dialog-style writing, Paragraph organization is poor, feels like the writer don't have much time for this book.
Reading chapter 3 (Configuring Server Networking), you get all the instructions that the program probably has given you. You are "lead" to finish the installation process, the same way you would see it on screen. And at the end of the day, you still don't know "WHY" you do this or that.
So, what is the reason for the existence and the Price we pay for this book ?

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