Networking with Windows 2000
For courses in Networking.This easy-to-understand text provides students with the fundamental concepts of networking-starting from basic hardware components that affect server performance and reliability, to building a simple LAN by connecting the PCs with wiring and topology. The text introduces Windows 2000 and focuses on today's basic features of a network server including DNS and DHCP services, directory services, disk and file management and print management.
- Paperback | 720 pages
- 213.36 x 279.4 x 33.02mm | 1,700.96g
- 01 Jan 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
I. NETWORK BASICS. 1. Introduction to Networking. 2. PC Basics. 3. Introduction to Networking Technology. 4. Building a Network. 5. Common Protocols Suites. 6. Networking with Windows 95/98. II. WINDOWS 2000 BASICS. 7. Introduction to Windows 2000 Architecture. 8. Windows 2000 Basics. 9. Networking with Windows 2000. III. WINDOWS 2000 SERVER BASICS. 10. Advanced TCP/IP. 11. Introduction to Active Directory. 12. Managing Computers, Users and Groups. 13. Introduction to Disk Management. 14. Directory and File Management. 15. Printing with Windows 2000. 16. Disaster Recovery. IV. ADVANCED NETWORK TOPICS. 17. Understanding WAN Technology. 18. Remote Access. 19. Introduction to Routers. 20. Introduction to Web Servers. 21. Introduction to Email. Appendix A: Binary Conversion. Appendix B: Creating DOS Boot Disks. Appendix C: Apple Computers on the Network. Appendix D: Connecting to a Novell Network. Appendix E: Administering Microsoft Office 2000. Glossary.