Windows NT Enterprise Networking

The first book available that focuses mainly on Windows NT in an enterprise environment. Perfect for system administrators, network architects, or anyone responsible for setting up and maintaining a medium to large-scale NT network. Covers enterprise specific material, such as DHCP and IP management-plus UNIX, Novell NetWare, and Macintosh networking techniques.

Experienced administrators deploying NT on large-scale networks need instruction that goes beyond installation, configuration, and management. They need applicable solutions to the enterprise issues they face daily, such as domain design and management, naming services, 7 x 24 user connectivity, remote access, and network resource planning. Windows NT.

Enterprise Networking is a one-of-a-kind reference that provides comprehensive coverage of these and other critical NT enterprise topics, with exclusive chapters on application testing, IP management, Routing and Remote Access Services, the Year 2000-problem, and preparing for NT 5. Learn about: large scale implementation of DNS, WINS, DHCP, and IP management; designing redundancy for mission-critical systems; configuring, managing, and optimizing Steelhead (RRAS) within the enterprise; integrating the Internet Information Server with the Proxy Server; enterprise network analysis and optimization techniques; network testing techniques for smooth application distribution and capacity planning; remote Node, remote control and the zero administration for windows initiatives.

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