Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer: NT Server 4 exam prep

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Coriolis Group Books, Apr 1, 1998 - Computers - 640 pages
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To ensure the level of quality and knowledge among its Systems Engineers, Microsoft created the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer Program, which includes an exam on NT Server 4.0. "MCSE NT Server 4 Exam Prep" was created to help networking professionals gain knowledge that directly applies to the Microsoft certification exam for NT Server 4.0. All the topics necessary to pass the NT Server 4.0 exam are covered, including 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.Serves as a comprehensive Exam Prep Study Guide for Exam #70-067: Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0.Has the official Microsoft Certified Professional Approved Study Guide logo, indicating approval by Microsoft, to give that competitive edge.Features real-world examples, interactive activities, and over 100 projects that reinforce key concepts and help prepare for the exam.Content developed by Course Technology, a publisher specializing in technical content development for adult education.Contains troubleshooting tips that provide solutions and ideas for solving common problems.Is written by an experienced author who has taken the certification exam and is an MCSE.Two interactive practice exams that feature questions based on those encountered in the actual exam, allowing readers to test their skills and knowledge and help build confidence before taking the actual certification examResources and links on CD-ROM to various Web sites devoted to Microsoft Certification and Microsoft NT Server software

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Selecting the Right Topology and Communications Cable

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Palmer from the University of Colorado at Boulder

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