Windows NT 4 for Dummies
Windows NT is a true 32-bit multitasking network operating system that is scalable and robust. This book covers what this means to the user by describing all the features of Windows NT. It covers the Network administration features, the management utilities, and gives tips for managing large numbers of services. The book also covers the eight utilities in the administration tools that are accessible only to those with administrator log ons.
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