This guide is aimed at mid-range Windows NT users - those who have considerable computing knowledge, but cannot see the need for obtaining an MCSE or CNE qualification just to build up a small or medium-sized network. The text describes how to build and configure small networks of less than ten users, and medium-sized networks integrating Windows 95, Windows 3.x, NetWare or the Mac. Attention is paid to those who have a few Windows NT Workstation systems and want to peer-to-peer network them to the other systems in their office. The book also acts as a troubleshooting guide and contains checklists against possible problems.If you have a lot of control over how your usersa#39; networked computers are configured, try to get them the same CD-ROM ... you still have to reckon with legacy MS-DOS commandline techniques to help you get around installation problems. ... Unfortunately, Windows NT Setup cannot recognize FAT-32 formatted hard drives.
|Title||:||Windows NT 4.0 Connectivity Guide|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Incorporated - 1998-01|