6 edition of Windows NT in a Nutshell found in the catalog.
by O"Reilly Media, Inc.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||361|
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Windows NT in a Nutshell will be as useful to the single-system home user as it will be to the administrator of a 1,node corporate network. Covers both Workstation and Server versions of NT; Written primarily for NTbut still useful for Pages: Whether you're migrating from Windows or directly from Windows NT, Windows Server in a Nutshell is packed with the detailed information that you will need as you administer this OS.
To-the-point chapters on migration highlight important new features such as enhancements to Active Directory, shadow volume copies, and Windows by: 2. Windows NT in a Nutshell will be as useful to the single-system home user as it will be to the administrator of a 1,node corporate network.
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Windows NT is a family of operating systems produced by Microsoft, the first version of which was released on J It is a processor-independent, multiprocessing and multi-user operating system. The first version of Windows NT was Windows NT and was produced for workstations and server was intended to complement consumer versions of Windows that were based on Developer: Microsoft.
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The chapters are very streamlined and surprisingly thorough, making this a good "primer" for Windows NT MCSE's who are short on time. The appendix includes a command line reference, sample batch files and an overview of the Resource Kit Utilities.
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This book covers: Commonalities and differences between Windows NT and Windows All the administrative tasks, including Installation, Group Policies, Terminal Services, User Account.A complete reference for Windows NT scripting, Windows NT Shell Scripting is the ideal resource for system and network administrators who are working with Windows NT, but are interested in moving beyond the NT GUI.
Divided into three parts, this authoritative guide covers the native Windows NT scripting language, including shell command syntax; proven, ready-to-use scripts for solving common 5/5(2).Windows Administration References: Windows Administration In a Nutshell By Mitch Tulloch.
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