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Windows NT and Windows 2000 answer book

John Savill

Windows NT and Windows 2000 answer book

a complete resource from the desktop to the enterprise

by John Savill

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Published by Addison-Wesley in Reading, MA, Harlow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Windows NT. (Computer file),
  • Microsoft Windows NT.,
  • Operating systems (Computers)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementJohn Savill.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxliv, 818 p. :
    Number of Pages818
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22644273M
    ISBN 100201606364
    LC Control Number99025868

      Support fundamentals for Microsoft Windows NT: study guide for the Microsoft Windows NT workstation and Windows NT server version certified professional exams by The book is also a good combination of step-by-step hand-holding and deep technical info like system file roles, architectural diagrams and registry configurations. Pages:   Ironically, given that Windows NT was released in , the Windows NT lineage actually is the not-based-upon-DOS Windows-is-the-operating-system system that all of the people in the middle s were trying to convince the world that DOS+Windows 95 was.

    The book starts off as a dual biography of David Cutler and Windows NT. The first chapters are pretty focused, and really delve into Cutler the man, and the genesis of Windows NT. I was especially intrigued because Cutler at the time that NT was being developed was in his mid-forties; definitely not a "cool" age for I read this after seeing it /5. The Windows WINS server includes several new features unavailable or improved upon from the Windows NT version of the WINS server, such as persistent connections, manual tombstoning of records, easier-to-configure burst handling, and an improved interface in the form of the WINS management console.

      Windows 95/98 (and ME) and Windows NT clients need DSClient installed in order for users to be able to logon to an AD domain from these machines. The Win9x computers themselves do not authenticate to the domain, as do NT, Windows , and above. NT and above need computer accounts, but not Win9x. Microsoft Windows NT is the foundation of the new bit operating system designed to support the most powerful workstation and server systems. The initial developer support for Windows NT has been phenomenal--developers have demonstrated more than 50 Windows NT applications only months after receiving the pre-release version of the software/5.


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