70-270: MCSE Guide to Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Enhanced

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Cengage Learning, Apr 18, 2005 - Computers - 824 pages
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This full-color hands-on guide book has been enhanced to make learning even easier by offering more detailed lab setup instructions, expanded chapter summaries, and new practice exams that will reinforce the skills learned.
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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL
1
INSTALLING WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL
35
USING THE SYSTEM UTILITIES
81
MANAGING WINDOWS XP FILE SYSTEMS AND STORAGE
131
USERS GROUPS PROFILES AND POLICIES
203
WINDOWS XP SECURITY AND ACCESS CONTROLS
257
WINDOWS XP NETWORK PROTOCOLS
297
INTERNETWORKING WITH REMOTE ACCESS
365
WORKING WITH THE WINDOWS XP REGISTRY
551
BOOTING WINDOWS XP
581
WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL FAULT TOLERANCE
609
TROUBLESHOOTING WINDOWS XP
635
EXAM OBJECTIVES TRACKING FOR MCSE CERTIFICATION
675
DETAILED LAB SETUP GUIDE
683
EXPANDED CHAPTER SUMMARIES
689
70270 Installing Configuring and Administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional
725

PRINTING AND FAXING
421
PERFORMANCE TUNING
463
WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL APPLICATION SUPPORT
511
Glossary
735
Index
753
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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.

Brian T. McCann received his MBA from Vanderbilt University where he earned the Founder's Medal as the top graduate in his class. His ten-plus years of industry experience includes running a residential land development company, serving as the CFO for an Internet start-up, and implementing new strategic initiatives for a non-profit economic development group. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in strategic management at Purdue University and has taught both managerial economics and strategic management classes at the MBA level.

Ed Tittel worked as an instructor for Austin Community College from 1997 through 2003 and taught at Interop from 1996 to 2004. He is 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. He also writes and blogs for numerous TechTarget.com and other Websites.

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