Networking with Windows 2000 and 2003
For courses in Networking in two- and four-year colleges and schools of technology; also invaluable as a preparation text for COMPTIA's Network+ exam and several Microsoft core exams. This easy-to-understand text combines learning about the networking of computers with installing, configuring, using, and troubleshooting Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003. It covers everything that students need to know about the installation and configuration of a local area network (including topologies, cable types and cable infrastructure, Ethernet and Token Ring, analog modems, cable modems, DSL modems, ISDN, Frame Relay, ATM and remote access technology); and provides comprehensive information about how networking technology, protocols, and services work together. It includes hundreds of review questions and many hands-on exercises that reinforce the text's contents; as well as web links throughout the book that encourage further study.
- Hardback | 944 pages
- 220.5 x 281.4 x 38.6mm | 2,109.23g
- 21 Jul 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
I. NETWORK BASICS. 1. Introduction to Networking. 2. PC Fundamentals. 3. The OSI Model. 4. Media and Topologies. 5. Networking Technologies. 6. Common Protocols Suites. 7. Networking with Windows 9X. II. WINDOWS BASICS. 8. Introduction to Windows Architecture. 9. Windows Basics. 10. Networking with Windows. III. WINDOWS SERVER BASICS. 11. Advanced TCP/IP Topics. 12. Introduction to Active Directory. 13. Managing Computers, Users and Groups. 14. Introduction to Disk Management. 15. Directory and File Management. 16. Printing with Windows. 17. Disaster Recovery. IV. ADVANCED NETWORK TOPICS. 18. Understanding WAN Technology. 19. Remote Access. 20. Introduction to Routers. 21. Introduction to Web Servers. 22. Introduction to Email. 23. Network Security. Appendix A: DOS Boot Disks and Common DOS Commands. Appendix B: Apple Computers on the Network. Appendix C: Administering Microsoft Office 2000. Appendix D: Windows Stop Errors. Glossary.
About Patrick Regan
Patrick Regan has been a PC technician and network administrator/engineer for the past 12 years. He has also taught many computer and networking technology classes at Sacramento local colleges (Heald Colleges and Institute of Technology), conducted considerable formal and informal training while an IT administrator (Heald Colleges) and a product support engineer for the Intel Corporation's customer service, and participated in and led many projects (Heald Colleges and Intel). For his teaching accomplishments, he received the Teacher of the Year award from Heald Colleges; in addition, he received several recognition awards from Intel. Currently, he holds many certifications, including Microsoft's MCSE, MCSA, and MCT; COMPTIA's A+, Network+, Server+, Linux+, Security+, and CTT+; Cisco's CCNA; and Novell's CNE.