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Sams teach yourself Windows NT Server 4 in 21 days
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Davis, Peter T.
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Indianapolis, Ind. : Sams, [1999]

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xxi, 860 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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English
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9780672315558
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A self-study guide to NT Server 4 administration, Sams Teach Yourself Windows NT Server 4 in 21 Days offers more than 100 skill-building tasks to teach you everything you need to know to be an effective NT administrator. You'll learn how to make the switch from another network operating system, troubleshoot a server, optimize the network, and more. Topics covered include: Setting up an NT Server; Understanding the inner workings of the NT Registry; Migrating to NT from other network operating systems; Configuring and installing a variety of clients on an NT network; Designing and implementing an NT network for an organization; Securing a server with NT's powerful safeguards; Administering a server remotely with RAS; and Managing network printers with ease.


Author Notes

Peter Davis is principal of Peter Davis and Associates, a training and consulting firm specializing in the security, auditing, and control of information systems. He holds numerous certifications including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified Novell Administrator v3.11 (CNA). and Certified Management Consultant (CMC). Peter is an internationally known speaker on quality, security, auditing, and control, frequently speaking at user and professional conferences and meetings. He is the author or coauthor of five other books, including Sams Teach Yourself NetWare in 14 Days.
Barry Lewis is president of Cerberus ISC Inc. and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). He has consulted with organizations in all facets of business, including government, manufacturing, finance, and technology, providing his clients with effective solutions using his extensive experience in most major computing and data communications environments. He is a frequent speaker at major conferences and is the author of many articles on information security and coauthor of several books.


Table of Contents

Introductionp. 1
Week 1 At a Glancep. 9
Day 1 Introducing Networks and Windows NT Serverp. 11
What Is a Network?p. 12
Network Cablingp. 13
Coaxial Cablep. 13
Twisted Pairp. 15
Fiber-Optic Cablep. 16
Network Interfacesp. 16
Network Nodesp. 17
Serversp. 18
General-Purpose Serversp. 19
Special-Purpose Serversp. 20
Clientsp. 21
LAN Wiring Topologiesp. 22
Ring Topologyp. 22
Bus Topologyp. 23
Star Topologyp. 24
Logical Versus Physicalp. 25
Routers and Bridgesp. 26
Routersp. 26
Bridgesp. 27
Repeatersp. 27
Media Access Controlp. 28
Deterministic Approachp. 28
Contention Approachp. 28
What Is Windows NT Server?p. 29
Windows NT Design Goalsp. 31
Compatibilityp. 31
Reliabilityp. 32
Portabilityp. 33
Extensibilityp. 33
Scalabilityp. 34
Distributabilityp. 35
Certifiabilityp. 35
Getting to Know Windows NT Serverp. 36
Service Pack 4p. 37
Planning Your Networkp. 37
Choosing the Right Hardwarep. 39
Choosing the Right Amount of Memoryp. 42
Choosing the Right Amount of Hard Disk Spacep. 44
Selecting a File Systemp. 45
Selecting a Network Protocolp. 47
Selecting the Server's Rolep. 47
Planning for Administrationp. 48
Planning for Securityp. 50
Managing Your Licensesp. 54
Summaryp. 54
Workshopp. 54
Terminology Reviewp. 55
Task Listp. 57
QandAp. 57
Day 2 Installing Windows NT Server and Client Softwarep. 59
First Things Firstp. 60
Preparing for the Installationp. 62
Use Another Machine for Backupp. 62
Use a Tape Drive to Back Upp. 62
Final Thoughts Before Installationp. 63
Installing the NT Server Programp. 67
Using the WINNT or WINNT32 Programp. 67
Using the Floppies and CD-ROMp. 68
Windows NT Setupp. 68
Disk Partitionsp. 70
FAT or NTFS?p. 70
Continuing Setupp. 71
Creating the Emergency Repair Diskp. 72
Continuing Setupp. 74
Network Setupp. 74
Migrating from Other Systemsp. 77
Dual Bootp. 77
Migrating from NetWarep. 78
Migrating Applications from Windowsp. 78
Migrating from NT 3.51p. 79
Licensing Those Usersp. 79
Installation Problemsp. 81
Installing Primary Clientsp. 82
What Is Client Software?p. 82
Pre-Installation Checklistp. 83
Installing the Client's Network Interface Cardp. 84
Software Installation Overviewp. 85
Installing and Configuring Windows NT Workstationsp. 86
Configuring a Windows 95 Workstationp. 89
Configuring an MS-DOS/Windows 3.1x Workstationp. 94
Configuring a Windows for Workgroups 3.11 Workstationp. 97
Activating Services for a Macintosh Workstationp. 99
Summaryp. 100
Workshopp. 100
Terminology Reviewp. 101
Task Listp. 102
QandAp. 102
Day 3 Navigating and Exploring Windows NT Serverp. 105
Logging On to NT Serverp. 105
The Guest Accountp. 106
The Administrator Accountp. 107
Log On Using the Administrator Accountp. 108
Using NT Server Utilitiesp. 111
Using the Command Prompt Utilitiesp. 111
Using NET HELPp. 112
Using Other NET Commandsp. 115
Using Administrator GUI Toolsp. 121
Administrative Wizardsp. 122
Backupp. 122
Disk Administratorp. 124
Event Viewerp. 124
License Managerp. 125
Migration Tool for NetWarep. 125
Network Client Administratorp. 125
Performance Monitorp. 126
Remote Access Administrationp. 127
Server Managerp. 127
System Policy Editorp. 128
User Manager for Domainsp. 128
Windows NT Diagnosticsp. 129
Understanding and Using NT 4 Books Onlinep. 130
Logging Off from NT Serverp. 133
Logging Off NT 4 Workstationsp. 133
Logging Off Windows 95/98 Clientsp. 133
Logging Off Windows and DOS Workstationsp. 133
Exploring Windows NT Serverp. 134
Discovering Who You Arep. 134
Manipulating the Command Prompt Windowp. 135
Understanding and Using UNCsp. 138
Workgroupsp. 143
New Programs and Accessories in Windows NTp. 144
Using Explorerp. 144
Using Active Desktopp. 146
Using Scrapsp. 147
Internet Information Server for Windows NT Serverp. 147
Setting Up and Managing Printers in NT Serverp. 148
NT Printer Featuresp. 149
Adding a Printerp. 149
Changing Printer Propertiesp. 153
Summaryp. 155
Workshopp. 156
Terminology Reviewp. 156
Task Listp. 157
QandAp. 157
Day 4 Understanding and Managing the Registryp. 161
Registry Overviewp. 162
What Is the Registryp. 164
Understanding Registry Terminologyp. 166
Standard Keysp. 167
Where the Registry Lives: Hivesp. 171
A Look at the Hive Filesp. 172
Working with the Registry: An Examplep. 176
Using the Registry Editorp. 179
Running the Registry Editor Programp. 180
Managing the Registryp. 181
Altering Registry Datap. 181
More Cautions About Editing the Registryp. 184
Fault Tolerance in the Registryp. 190
Remote Registry Modificationp. 191
Backing Up and Restoring a Registryp. 194
Backing Up Registry Hivesp. 195
Restoring Hives from Backup Filesp. 195
Securing the Registryp. 196
Protecting Registry Files for User Profilesp. 197
Assigning Access Rights to Registry Keysp. 197
Learning More About Managing the Registryp. 199
Using the System Policy Editorp. 200
Summaryp. 202
Workshopp. 202
Terminology Reviewp. 202
Task Listp. 204
QandAp. 204
Day 5 Introducing Domainsp. 205
Discovering Domainsp. 205
The Security Access Manager Databasep. 208
Understanding Domain Modelsp. 211
Trust Relationshipsp. 212
Creating Trust Relationshipsp. 215
Setting Up One Domain to Trust Anotherp. 215
Completing the Accounting Trust Relationshipp. 216
Removing a Trust Relationshipp. 218
Allowing Access to Files Across Domainsp. 219
Understanding Local and Global Groupsp. 220
Planning the Networkp. 223
Planning NT 4 with Windows 2000 in Mindp. 224
Summaryp. 225
Workshopp. 225
Terminology Reviewp. 225
Task Listp. 226
QandAp. 227
Day 6 Introducing Securityp. 229
Microsoft and Certificationp. 231
The Windows NT Security Subsystemp. 231
Local Security Authorityp. 233
Security Account Managerp. 233
Security Reference Monitorp. 234
The Logon Processp. 235
Local and Domain Logonp. 238
Logon Sequence Detailsp. 239
Remote Logon and Accessp. 241
Authentication Procedurep. 244
Discretionary Access Controlsp. 246
Access Tokensp. 248
Access Control Listsp. 249
Using Domainsp. 250
Using the Windows NT Auditing Systemp. 250
Summaryp. 252
Workshopp. 252
Terminology Reviewp. 252
Task Listp. 253
QandAp. 253
Day 7 Managing User Accountsp. 255
Introduction to Accountsp. 256
Understanding User Accountsp. 256
Administrator Accountp. 258
Guest Accountp. 259
Creating User Accountsp. 259
Using User Manager for Domainsp. 260
Using Administrative Wizardsp. 263
Creating Groupsp. 267
Using Local Groupsp. 270
Using Global Groupsp. 272
Using Administrative Wizardsp. 276
Managing User Accessp. 278
Managing Passwordsp. 279
Understanding User Account Passwordsp. 279
Creating Strong Passwordsp. 280
Managing User Account Propertiesp. 281
Assigning Profilesp. 282
Restricting User Accessp. 283
Managing Account Policyp. 290
Configuring Account Policies from the Command Linep. 295
Summaryp. 296
Workshopp. 297
Terminology Reviewp. 297
Task Listp. 298
QandAp. 298
Week 2 At a Glancep. 301
Day 8 Exploring and Managing Files and Directoriesp. 303
Reviewing the Basicsp. 304
Reviewing NT Specificsp. 307
Managing Disk Volumes and Partitionsp. 309
Examining NTFSp. 313
NT and Floppy Drivesp. 314
File Forksp. 315
Using Windows NT Explorerp. 315
Explorer Hints and Tricksp. 320
Managing Windows NT Server File and Directory Access Rightsp. 322
NT Server Share-Level Control Using FAT-Based Filesp. 322
Using the Administrative Wizard to Set Up Sharesp. 323
Hidden Sharesp. 327
How Sharing Works with File and Directory Permissionsp. 328
Setting Up Shares Remotelyp. 329
File and Directory Permissionsp. 330
File Ownershipp. 331
Permissionsp. 333
Moving and Copying Filesp. 343
Summaryp. 343
Workshopp. 344
Terminology Reviewp. 345
Task Listp. 346
QandAp. 346
Day 9 Managing the File Serverp. 349
Starting and Stopping NT Servicesp. 350
Adding Computers to Your Domainp. 353
Managing the Time and Date in NT Serverp. 356
Synchronizing the Domain Databasep. 357
Creating Desktop Shortcuts and Start Menu Updatesp. 359
Scheduling Jobs in NT Serverp. 362
Scheduling Jobs Using IE 4.0 Task Schedulerp. 366
Configuring UPS for Your Serverp. 367
File Server Securityp. 370
Virus Protectionp. 371
Summaryp. 372
Workshopp. 372
Terminology Reviewp. 372
Task Listp. 373
QandAp. 373
Day 10 Managing the Print Serverp. 375
Understanding Printing Basicsp. 376
Printersp. 378
Print Queuesp. 379
Print Serversp. 380
NT-Specific Printer Sharing Featuresp. 381
NT Workstations Don't Need Printer Driversp. 381
Direct Support of Printers with Network Interfacesp. 382
Setting Up Printingp. 382
Adding a Printer to the Networkp. 382
Printer Poolingp. 386
Customizing a Printer's Setupp. 387
Setting the Printer Timeout Numberp. 387
Separator Pages for Sorting Documentsp. 388
Connecting to and Printing from a Shared Printerp. 390
How Do I Connect a Workstation to a Shared Printer?p. 390
Printing from MS-DOSp. 390
Printing from Windows and Windows for Workgroupsp. 391
Printing from OS/2p. 392
Printing from Windows NTp. 392
Printer Securityp. 393
Physical Security for Confidentialityp. 393
Hiding a Printerp. 393
Setting Printer Permissionsp. 394
Setting Print Job Prioritiesp. 395
Setting Printing Hoursp. 395
Sharing Local Printersp. 396
Summaryp. 396
Workshopp. 397
Terminology Reviewp. 397
Task Listp. 397
QandAp. 398
Day 11 Understanding Remote Access Services (RAS)p. 399
What Is RAS?p. 400
What Is X.25?p. 401
Why Use RAS?p. 402
Requirements for Using RASp. 402
Installing RASp. 403
Administering RASp. 408
Installing a New Modemp. 410
Enabling Multilink PPP Connectionsp. 412
Disconnecting a Userp. 415
Using Dial-Up Networkingp. 415
Finding Out More About Remote Access Serverp. 419
Security and RASp. 420
Understanding the New Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS)p. 421
When Looking at the RRASp. 422
Summaryp. 424
Workshopp. 425
Terminology Reviewp. 425
Task Listp. 426
QandAp. 426
Day 12 Understanding TCP/IP and DNSp. 429
What Is TCP/IP?p. 430
The Internet Protocolp. 430
The Transmission Control Protocolp. 433
Installing TCP/IPp. 434
The Windows HOSTS Naming Systemp. 437
Domain Name Systemp. 438
Understanding Winsockp. 438
TCP/IP Diagnostic and Connectivity Utilitiesp. 439
hostnamep. 440
ipconfigp. 440
nbtstatp. 441
netstatp. 442
pingp. 443
routep. 444
Telnetp. 445
FTPp. 446
Fingerp. 448
Understanding and Implementing DNSp. 448
Setting up a DNS Serverp. 451
Creating a Zonep. 453
Enabling WINS Resolutionp. 456
Summaryp. 457
Workshopp. 458
Terminology Reviewp. 458
Task Listp. 459
QandAp. 459
Day 13 Understanding DHCPp. 461
Name Resolutionp. 462
Resolving Host Namesp. 462
Configuring TCP/IPp. 463
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocolp. 464
Naming Servicesp. 464
NetBIOS Namesp. 464
TCP/IP Namesp. 465
Protocol Addressing Differencesp. 466
A Simple Automated Methodp. 466
The Manual Methodp. 466
The DHCP Methodp. 467
DHCP Overviewp. 469
How DHCP Worksp. 469
Leasing an IP Addressp. 470
Renewing IP Address Leasesp. 471
Implementing DHCP Serversp. 472
Installing DHCP Serversp. 472
Understanding DHCP Scopesp. 474
To Start DHCP Managerp. 474
Creating Scopesp. 475
Changing Scope Propertiesp. 477
Removing a Scopep. 477
Configuring DHCP Optionsp. 478
Assigning DHCP Configuration Optionsp. 478
Administrating DHCP Clientsp. 480
Managing Client Leasesp. 480
Managing the DHCP Database Filesp. 481
Working with the DHCP Databasep. 482
Restoring the DHCP Databasep. 483
Summaryp. 483
Workshopp. 484
Terminology Reviewp. 484
Task Listp. 485
QandAp. 486
Day 14 Understanding the WINS Servicep. 487
Name Resolution for TCP/IP on Windows NTp. 488
How WINS Worksp. 488
Names in NTp. 489
NetBIOS atop TCP/IP (NBT)p. 490
Name Resolution Issuesp. 490
Broadcastsp. 492
LMHOSTS Filep. 493
WINSp. 493
How WINS Worksp. 494
WINS Needs NT Serverp. 494
WINS Holds Name Registrationsp. 494
WINS Renewal Intervalsp. 495
Installing WINSp. 495
Adding Static Mappingsp. 497
Importing Static Mappingsp. 499
Editing Static Mappingsp. 499
Filtering the Range of Mappingsp. 500
Configuring WINS Serversp. 500
Configuring WINS Clientsp. 503
Using WINS Managerp. 504
Setting Preferences for WINS Managerp. 506
Managing the WINS Databasep. 508
Scavenging the WINS Databasep. 509
Backing Up the WINS Databasep. 510
Restoring a WINS Databasep. 512
WINS Proxy Agentsp. 512
Summaryp. 513
Workshopp. 513
Terminology Reviewp. 513
Task Listp. 514
QandAp. 514
Week 3 At a Glancep. 517
Day 15 File Backup and Recoveryp. 519
Server Backupsp. 520
Choosing a Tape Drivep. 520
Installing a Tape Backup Devicep. 522
Creating a Backup Strategyp. 524
The NT Backup Programp. 528
Restoring Files Using NTBACKUPp. 532
Running Backups Using the Command Linep. 535
Summaryp. 537
Workshopp. 538
Terminology Reviewp. 538
Task Listp. 538
QandAp. 539
Day 16 Configuring Fault Tolerancep. 541
Fault Tolerance in Windows NT Serverp. 542
Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disksp. 543
Disk Mirroringp. 545
Mirroring and Duplexingp. 546
Mirroring Considerationsp. 549
Disk Stripingp. 549
How Disk Striping with Parity Worksp. 550
Updating the Parity Informationp. 550
Retrieving Data from a Failed Stripe Setp. 552
Deleting a Stripe Setp. 554
Points to Remember About Disk Striping with Parityp. 554
Which Is Better: Hardware or Software RAID?p. 555
Security Through Directory Replicationp. 555
Setting Up Replicationp. 557
Uninterruptible Power Supplyp. 563
Using Uninterruptible Power Systemsp. 563
Attaching a UPS to the File Serverp. 564
Sector Sparing (Hot Fixing)p. 565
Summaryp. 566
Workshopp. 566
Terminology Reviewp. 566
Task Listp. 566
QandAp. 567
Day 17 Security Monitoring and Audit Trailsp. 569
Security and Audit Objectivesp. 570
Types of Controlsp. 571
NT Server 4 and C2 Controlsp. 574
Auditing NT Server 4p. 576
The Audit Event Logsp. 577
Performing an NT Auditp. 584
Using the Windows NT Server Audit Systemp. 587
Types of Monitoringp. 588
Security Auditingp. 588
Auditing Featuresp. 589
Managing Security Policiesp. 589
Password Characteristicsp. 590
User Rights and Object Permissionsp. 591
Auditing Eventsp. 595
System Event Auditingp. 595
File and Directory Auditingp. 597
Registry Auditingp. 599
Printer Auditingp. 601
Dial-Up Networking Auditingp. 603
ClipBook Page Auditingp. 605
Enabling Event Auditingp. 606
Using the Event Viewer to Monitor Problemsp. 607
Security Event Logsp. 608
Summaryp. 613
Workshopp. 614
Terminology Reviewp. 614
Task Listp. 615
QandAp. 616
Day 18 Using NT with BackOfficep. 619
BackOffice Overviewp. 620
Using and Understanding MS Exchange Serverp. 623
Using SQL Serverp. 626
Systems Management Serverp. 634
SNA Serverp. 639
The Newer Productsp. 640
Site Serverp. 640
Microsoft Proxy Serverp. 640
Summaryp. 641
Workshopp. 641
Terminology Reviewp. 642
Task Listp. 642
QandAp. 642
Day 19 Understanding and Using the Microsoft Option Packp. 645
What is the Option Pack?p. 645
Option Pack System Requirementsp. 647
Installing the Option Packp. 648
Some Preinstallation Tasks for IISp. 648
Installing the Microsoft Internet Information Serverp. 649
Web Protocols and Standardsp. 651
Testing Your Microsoft Internet Information Server Installationp. 651
Testing the Internet Serverp. 651
Error Messagesp. 652
Testing the Intranet Serverp. 652
Configuring IIS with the Internet Service Managerp. 654
Working with Propertiesp. 655
Managing and Analyzing Log Filesp. 663
Converting Log Filesp. 664
Other Tools and Techniquesp. 665
Getting the Word Out That You're Up and Running!p. 666
Transaction Serverp. 667
Message Queue Serverp. 669
Management Consolep. 670
Index Serverp. 672
Certificate Serverp. 673
Site Server Expressp. 674
Internet Connection Services for RASp. 674
Summaryp. 675
Workshopp. 676
Terminology Reviewp. 676
Task Listp. 676
QandAp. 677
Day 20 Windows NT Server Performance Monitoring and Tuningp. 679
What NT Can and Cannot Do for Performancep. 680
Managing Server Memoryp. 682
Understanding and Using the Performance Monitorp. 685
Using Performance Monitorp. 687
Figuring Out Which Counters to Usep. 696
Sending Alertsp. 697
Using Event Viewer to Monitor Your Networkp. 699
Using Other NT Toolsp. 700
Using the Server Appletp. 701
Using the Services Appletp. 702
Using Dr. Watsonp. 702
Using the Task Managerp. 703
Summaryp. 703
Workshopp. 704
Terminology Reviewp. 704
Task Listp. 705
QandAp. 705
Day 21 Fine-Tuning and Troubleshooting Your Networkp. 707
Optimizing Software for Network Bottlenecksp. 708
Optimizing Windows NT Network Parametersp. 708
Optimizing Network Trafficp. 709
Network Performance Issuesp. 710
How to Determine a Network Bottleneckp. 711
General Tips for Configuring Application Softwarep. 714
Network Response Timep. 715
Network Resourcesp. 715
Transport Protocol Softwarep. 715
Tuning TCP/IP Server Transport Protocolp. 716
Troubleshooting Network Problemsp. 716
Isolating Hardware Problemsp. 717
Standalone Card Testsp. 718
Isolating Resource Conflictsp. 719
Supporting Windows NT Clientsp. 720
Troubleshooting Authentication Problemsp. 720
Solving Physical Network Problemsp. 722
TCP/IP Troubleshooting Tools and Strategiesp. 723
TCP/IP Commands: Network Utilitiesp. 723
Using ARPp. 724
Using IPCONFIGp. 724
Using NBTSTATp. 724
Using NETSTATp. 727
Using PINGp. 728
Using ROUTEp. 729
Using TRACERTp. 729
Monitoring Activities with the Performance Monitorp. 730
Using the Network Monitorp. 731
Installing the Network Monitor Agentp. 732
Configuring Alertsp. 736
Looking for More Help?p. 738
Summaryp. 738
Workshopp. 739
Terminology Reviewp. 739
Task Listp. 739
QandAp. 739
Appendixes at a Glancep. 741
Appendix A Microsoft Windows NT Server Certification Programsp. 743
Why Obtain Certification?p. 745
Obtaining Certificationp. 746
The Microsoft Certified System Engineerp. 747
Microsoft Certified Professionalp. 748
Microsoft Certified Database Administratorp. 748
Microsoft Certified Solution Developerp. 749
Microsoft Certified Trainerp. 749
Obtaining Files and Sample Testsp. 749
Where Can I Find Out More?p. 750
Appendix B Windows NT Server Command Referencep. 751
NET ACCOUNTSp. 752
Syntaxp. 752
Parametersp. 752
Procedurep. 753
Usagep. 753
NET COMPUTERp. 753
Syntaxp. 753
Procedurep. 753
Usagep. 753
NET CONFIGp. 754
Syntaxp. 754
Parametersp. 754
Procedurep. 755
Usagep. 755
NET CONTINUEp. 755
Syntaxp. 755
Procedurep. 756
Usagep. 756
NET FILEp. 756
Syntaxp. 756
Procedurep. 756
Usagep. 756
NET GROUPp. 757
Syntaxp. 757
Parametersp. 757
Procedurep. 757
Usagep. 757
NET HELPp. 758
Syntaxp. 758
Procedurep. 758
Usagep. 758
NET HELPMSGp. 758
Syntaxp. 758
Procedurep. 758
Usagep. 759
NET LOCALGROUPp. 759
Syntaxp. 759
Parametersp. 759
Procedurep. 759
Usagep. 759
NET NAMEp. 760
Syntaxp. 760
Procedurep. 760
Usagep. 760
NET PAUSEp. 760
Syntaxp. 760
Procedurep. 760
Usagep. 760
NET PRINTp. 761
Syntaxp. 761
Procedurep. 761
Usagep. 761
NET SENDp. 762
Syntaxp. 762
Parametersp. 762
Procedurep. 762
Usagep. 762
NET SESSIONp. 763
Syntaxp. 763
Procedurep. 763
Usagep. 763
NET SHAREp. 763
Syntaxp. 763
Parametersp. 764
Procedurep. 764
Usagep. 764
NET STARTp. 765
Syntaxp. 765
Parametersp. 765
Procedurep. 767
Usagep. 767
NET STATISTICSp. 768
Syntaxp. 768
Procedurep. 768
Usagep. 768
NET STOPp. 769
Syntaxp. 769
Procedurep. 769
NET TIMEp. 769
Syntaxp. 769
Procedurep. 769
Usagep. 770
NET USEp. 770
Syntaxp. 770
Parametersp. 770
Procedurep. 771
Usagep. 771
NET USERp. 771
Syntaxp. 771
Parametersp. 772
Procedurep. 773
Usagep. 774
NET VIEWp. 774
Syntaxp. 774
Procedurep. 774
Usagep. 774
Appendix C Installing and Maintaining Service Packsp. 775
What Is a Service Pack?p. 775
Determining the Current Service Pack in Usep. 776
Things to Consider Before You Install the Service Packp. 776
When You Should Reinstall the Service Packp. 779
What Is in Service Pack 4?p. 780
Appendix D Migrating to NT from Novellp. 783
Migrating or Integratingp. 784
Gateway Servicep. 784
Using the Migration Toolp. 786
File and Print Services Using FPNWp. 790
Using Directory Service Manager for NetWarep. 791
Glossaryp. 793
Indexp. 821

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