Proxy Server Two

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Coriolis Group Books, 1998 - Computers - 560 pages
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MCSE Proxy Server 2 Exam Prep provides the most extensive, detailed information and advice available for aspiring MCPs and MCSEs to help them pass Exam #70-088, Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Proxy Server 2.0.Written in the popular Exam Prep style, this book includes explanatory information, sample questions, reviews of terminology and tools, and resources for additional reading and study.Covers critical topics in the detail needed to pass the certification exam, including architecture, client capabilities, installation and configuration, managing and tuning, security, managing resource access, Internet access and deployment, managing multiple servers, and troubleshooting.The only comprehensive interactive learning system designed to greatly enhance the learning process. Every Exam Prep is jam-packed with innovative learning tools.An in-depth look at the Proxy Server software from an exam perspective.Carries the Official Microsoft Certified Professional Approved Study Guide logo.Meets the elective requirements for both MCSE and MCSE + I certifications.Recently-released exam ensures long shelf life.Two complete interactive practice tests within the exam simulation environment created specially for Certification Insider Press.Unique to Exam Preps, the exam questions are based on the comprehensive content of the book to reinforce critical concepts and practical applications.Answers and solutions for the end-of-chapter review questions and projects.

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

Michael Stewart is currently the Rhode Island Council for the Arts Fellow in both fiction and poetry. His work has appeared in a variety of journals and anthologies, including Conjunctions, DENVER QUARTERLY, and American Letters & Commentary. He is the author of A Brief Encyclopedia of Modern Magic (The Cupboard), Almost Perfect Forms (Ugly Duckling Presse, THE HIEROGLYPHICS (Mud Luscious Press), and Sebastian, an illustrated book for adults (Hello Martha Press). He lectures at Brown 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.

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