This book provides a comprehensive overview of the new AppleShare IP design, features, and capabilities, and a thorough explanation of how to apply these new elements to a Macintosh-based networking environment. The book includes interviews with network administrators, Apple engineers, and end-users, and plenty of hands-on exercises to get users mastering this new network operating system in no time. Topics include choosing servers, configuration, and access privileges; the AppleShare file service; print, e-mail, and web services; MacDNS; and interfacing with PCs. Contents cover IP 5.0. CD-ROM features an AppleShare IP Administrator's Toolkit for readers to keep track of server configuration data, RAID allocations, backup tape rotation, ISP configuration data, IP address mappings, troubleshooting logs, user training cheat sheets, and vendor information.
- Mixed media product | 400 pages
- 190 x 230 x 34mm | 1,120.38g
- 09 Dec 1997
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Ap Professional
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- b&w illustrations, index
Table of contents
The Appleshare IP Environment. Choosing the Appleshare Server. Establishing Data and Usage Policy. Appleshare File Services. Appleshare Print Services. Appleshare E-Mail Services. Appleshare Web Services. Additional Appleshare Services. Appleshare Third Party Add-Ons. The Future Appleshare. Index.
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