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.When the Setup status message (See Figure 4-20) refers to the default network, it means the network based on the Windows NT server. It indicates that when you restart and set up folders for sharing with connected Mac systems, the Macs willanbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows NT 4.0 Connectivity Guide|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Incorporated - 1998-01|