Become the master of your own domain -- and your Windows NT Server 4 network -- with the practical, plain-English advice and insider tricks you'll discover inside Windows NT Server 4 For Dummies. This unbeatable sourcebook delivers all the information you need to set up and maintain an NT network for a big company, a small business, and anything in between. Windows NT Server 4 For Dummies takes you straight to the heart of the NT Server environment and covers everything from installation to optimization. Install and configure Windows NT Server 4 software quickly and painlessly; situate servers, hubs, and other important hardware; make the necessary cable and interface connections that enable computers to communicate with each other; and mix and match network topologies to suit your own unique needs. Manage users, groups, shares, and backups in a networked environment, troubleshoot your systems when things go bad, and mediate hardware conflicts with the smart advice that authors Ed Tittel, Mary Madden, and James Michael Stewart bring to your aid.... combo card for Ethernet, with an RJ-45 connector for twisted-pair (10BaseT), a BNC connector for thinwire (10Base2), ... vTraquot;: a NIC that | attaches Media interface outside Parallel-port connector 12V DC in (BNC connector) your computer.
|Title||:||Windows NT Server 4 For Dummies|
|Author||:||Ed Tittel, Mary T. Madden, James M. Stewart|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 1999-03-11|