NT Enterprise Network Design
Now firmly established in the workgroup-computing and small-business markets, NT Server is muscling in on the high-end networking market, challenging areas that have traditionally been the domain of the various flavors of Unix. The consensus among networking professionals is that NT is now fit for enterprise networking--provided you know how to configure it correctly and how to implement vital add-ons effectively. This book offers unparalleled coverage of advanced NT technologies, including server clustering (for performance and reliability) and Citrix WinFrame. Also discusses how to implement effective security in complex NT networks.
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The NT Architecture
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