MCSE Proxy Server 2 Exam Cram

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Coriolis Group Books, 1998 - Computers - 276 pages
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Includes sections on proven test-taking strategies, warnings on trick questions, time-saving study tips, multiple-part question strategies, and shortcuts.Includes practice exam questions arranged in a similar format to the ones found on the actual exam.Provides all of the necessary overviews, concepts, and Microsoft networking terminology to help potential test takers get up to speed as quickly as possible.Written by a team of leading trainers and certification experts.Jam packed with test-taking tips and strategies as well as numerous technical insights on topics such as Internet protocols, Windows sockets, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), user authentication techniques, Remote Access Server, server caching, and Proxy Server customization and tuning.Serves as the perfect complement to all study guides and training materials for Exam #70-088: Implementing and Supporting Proxy Server 2.Includes resource sections at the end of each chapter to help the reader make use of the best study aids available.Provides a special Cram Sheet with tips, acronyms, and memory joggers for a quick review just prior to taking the exam.Guarantees long shelf life because tests for future versions are not made available until roughly 90-120 days after the release of the software.

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Richard Danson Brown and David Johnson are Lecturers in Literature at the Open University.

Ruth has been in the computer industry since the 1970s and provided support for military flight simulators, large mainframes, and small PC-networked environments. He holds the MCT and MCSE+I certifications, as well as others, and has written a number of books on Microsoft product. He is currently working with the Windows 2000 training curriculum as a program manager at Microsoft Corporation.

Stewart is a full time writer focusing on Windows NT and Internet topics. He has worked on several titles in the Exam Cram and Exam Prep series.

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