NT Server 4

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Coriolis Group, 1999 - Computers - 421 pages
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Large and small corporations around the world have moved to Microsoft's powerful NT 4 networking platform at a speed-of-light pace.Microsoft created the Microsoft Certified SystemsEngineer (MCSE) program to help train professionalsand officiallycertify them.Certification InsiderTM Press' "MCSE NT Server 4 Exam Cram" is especially designedand writtenby expertMicrosoft Certified Trainers (MCTs) to help professionals studyfor and pass the NT Server 4 exam.The followingkey technicaltopics are covered: Windows NT installation, NT's file system, performance monitoring, NT/NetWare relationships, printing, backup and recovery, NT Remote Access Services (RAS), NT boot process, and troubleshooting system failures.Two complete practice exams feature questions designed assess the reader

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Contents

The Windows NT Boot Process
1
Installing Windows NT Server
15
Chapter 11
34
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

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.

Kurt Hudson is a computer consultant and president of HudLogic, Inc. Hudson has earned many technical ratings, including MCSE, MCSE+I, MCT, MCSA, CCNA, CTT+, Network+, A+, and i-Net+. Hudson has contributed to over 30 commercial books and articles on computer networking and related technical certifications.

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.