Macintosh Windows Integration

Macintosh Windows Integration : Integrating Your Macintosh with Windows 95 and Windows NT

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There is a growing need for information on integrating Macs with Windows 95 and NT, as Windows 95 is the mainstream market-leading workstation platform and Windows NT is increasingly becoming the network service of choice. This text provides a resource for Mac users who are being forced to integrate into the Windows world. It should also be helpful for organizations migrating away from Macintosh towards Windows NT workstations. A Web site is included that supports the book by providing updates.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 596 pages
  • 182.88 x 233.68 x 40.64mm | 1,224.69g
  • Ap Professional
  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • English
  • b&w illustrations
  • 0125893256
  • 9780125893251

Table of contents

Part I. Integration Basics. Chapter 1 Goals of Cross-Platform Integration. Chapter 2 Integration Philosophies. Chapter 3 a View from the Top. Part 2. Exchanging Files Between Mac OS and NT Workstation. Chapter 4 Sharing Disks. Chapter 5 Sharing Files. Chapter 6 Email Between Mac and Windows. Part 3 Cross-Platform Networking Infrastructure. Chapter 7 Network Interface Hardware. Chapter 8 Macintosh Networking Basics. Chapter 9 Windows Networking Basics. Chapter 10 TCP/IP, A Common Network Language. Chapter 11 Internet and Intranet Issues. Part 4 Macintosh and Windows NT Servers. Chapter 12 Using Microsoft Windows NT Services for Macintosh. Chapter 13 Mac Access of Native Windows NT File and Print Services. Chapter 14 Remote Access to Windows NT Server. Chapter 15 Beyond File Service. Chapter 16 Cross-Platform Printing. Chapter 17 Administration of NT Server from a Macintosh. Chapter 18 Peer-To-Peer Networking Between Mac and Win 95 and NT. Part 4 Running Windows on a Macintosh. Chapter 19 Using Emulators and Coprocessors. Chapter 20 Accessing Windows NT Application Servers. Chapter 21. Using a Single Keyboard/Monitor to Control Both Mac and Windows Machines.
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