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Windows NT in a Nutshell A Desktop Quick Reference for System Administration

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ISBN-10: 1565922514

ISBN-13: 9781565922518

Edition: 1997

Authors: Eric Pearce, Robert J. Denn

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"Windows NT in a NutshellWindows NT in a Nutshell" will be as useful to the single-system home user as to the administrator of a 1,000-node corporate network. "Windows NT in a Nutshell" presents the GUI hierarchy with callouts to provide easy-to-locate documentation of options, buttons, and dialogs; covers the DOS-shell commands in great detail, as these come into increasing use by the experienced NT user when managing large and complex installations; includes an extensive index that quickly directs you to both GUI and DOS-shell methods of accomplishing a task, without requiring you to wade through unrelated material; features examples that demonstrate NT interoperating with UNIX, Novell…    
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Book details

List price: $24.95
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: O'Reilly Media, Incorporated
Publication date: 7/8/1997
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 361
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.100
Language: English

Eric Pearce is an author and technical resource for O'Reilly & Associates. In addition to co-authoring this book, he is also responsible for developing CD-ROM companion disks for books produced by O'Reilly & Associates. Eric's interests include promoting public domain software, Internet connectivity, and network services. Before coming to work for O'Reilly & Associates, Eric worked as a systems programmer for Boston University, which he also attended as a student. His favorite activities include bicycling, snowboarding, rock climbing, and dangerous sports.

Using Windows NT
The Start Menu Workstation vs. Server Security
The Registry Managing Remote NT systems
Multiprotocol Networking
Multiuser Network OS
The GUI vs. Command Line Scripting
The Control Panel
Add Remove Programs Console
CSNW Devices
Dial-Up Monitor Display
FPNW GSNW Internet Licensing MacFile Modems
Multimedia Network
Network Monitor Agent
PC Card (PCMCIA) Ports Printers
Regional Settings
SCSI Adapters
Server Services System
Tape Devices
Telephony UPS
Administrative Tools
Backup DHCP Manager
Disk Administrator
DNS Manager
Event Viewer
File Manager
Internet Service Manager
License Manager
Migration Tool for NetWare
Network Client Administrator
Network Monitor
Performance Monitor
Remote Access
Admin Rdisk
Remoteboot Manager
Server Manager
System Policy Editor
Task Manager
User Manager
Windows NT
Windows NT
Explorer WINS Manager
Accessories Calculator
Dial-Up Networking
HyperTerminal Telnet
RAS and DUN RAS Protocols
PPTP RAS Components
Installing RAS
Overview of a RAS session
Configuring the Network
Debugging PPP
Writing Scripts
Windows 95 SCP Scripts
Using the Command Line net Commands
TCP IP Commands
System Administration Commands
RAS Commands
Miscellaneous Commands
Uncommon Sense
Installing and Maintaining Software
Troubleshooting NT
Account Creation Debugging
Network Problems
NetBIOS over TCP IP (NBT) Browsing
Installing Hardware
Using NT as a System Administration Tool Registry
Using NT as a Multiprocotol
Print Server
Server Versus Workstation
NT Resources
Task Index