MCSE NT Workstation 4 Exam Cram

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Coriolis Group, LLC, 1999 - Computers - 464 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 Workstation 4 Exam Cram is especially designed and writtenby expertMicrosoft Certified Trainers (MCTs) to help professionals studyfor and pass the NT Workstation 4 exam.The followingkey technicaltopics are covered: Windows NT installation and automated installations, Windows NT boot process, advanced configuration settings, security and user administration, configuring workstations, printing, utilizing Microsoft and non-Microsoft network resources, and remote support (including RAS).Two complete practice exams feature questions designed assess the reader

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Application Subsystem Architecture
Windows NT Architecture
Installing And Configuring Workstation

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McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

Kurt Hudson, MCSE, MCSA, CCNA, Security+, Network+, is a well-known author and expert on networking technologies and professional 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.

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