Proxy Server 2

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Coriolis Group Books, Jun 1, 1998 - Computers - 276 pages
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Setting up a Web site or connecting an intranet to the Internet without a firewall is suicide. To provide the needed security, Microsoft has created Proxy Server, a Windows NT-specific firewall system that supports standard Internet protocols, proxy techniques, and important reporting facilities. To round out the MCSE program, Microsoft has introduced an exam on implementing and supporting Proxy Server, which is one of the more popular elective exams.

To help professionals ace the test, Certification Insider "TM" Press has developed the MCSE Proxy Server 2 Exam Cram. Written by a team of leading trainers and certification experts, this guide is 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.

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Contents

Microsoft Certification Exams
1
Introduction To Microsoft
13
Exam Prep Questions
30
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

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

Ed Tittel worked as an instructor for Austin Community College from 1997 through 2003 and taught at Interop from 1996 to 2004. He has a Network Certified Professional, and works as a full-time freelance writer and consultant in Austin, TX. He has contributed to over 130 books on computing across a broad range of subjects, and is the author of numerous titles published by Course Technology.

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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