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Networking with Microsoft TCP/IP, Third Edition is a complete handbook and reference for implementing Microsoft TCP/IP on your network with other Microsoft products. This book will provide you with a thorough background of TCP/IP technology. You will gain a complete understanding of the Microsoft services that operate in the TCP/IP environment such as Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS). This book also enables you to install, configure, and manage Domain Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). The third edition will contain new chapters covering the use of email clients and messaging systems such as Exchange Server as well as coverage of the newest version of IIS. New material addresses the Routing and Remote Access Service and the Microsoft Proxy Server This edition also includes additional troubleshooting information and an expanded discussion of protocols (POP and SMTP) to include IMAP4.
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The updated edition of this best-selling title includes new information on Windows NT 4, Internet Information Server, intranets, and much more. This comprehensive guide is ideal for the thousands of administrators who use Microsoft TCP/IP each day. - Details how to implement Microsoft TCP/IP on a network or intranet - Discusses how Microsoft TCP/IP interacts with Internet Information ServerAbout the Author:
Drew Heywood is the best-selling author of a host of networking books including Networking with Microsoft TCP/IP and Inside Windows NT Server 4, both from New Riders. Drew's vast networking experience coupled with his strong writing, teaching, and presentation skills make him uniquely suited to author Networking Windows 2000.
Zubair Ahmad (Alexander) (MCSE, MCT, MCP+I, A+, CTT) works as a trainer and consultant in Seattle, Washington and has written extensively on Microsoft products for several years. He reviews technical books and articles for various publishers. He is known worldwide for his articles on Windows NT/2000, and has written as a contributing editor and online columnist for Windows 2000 Magazine. Zubair is a Microsoft EST endorsed trainer. In addition to writing monthly columns for Microsoft TechNet, he has been involved in writing Windows 2000 exam questions for Microsoft.
Zubair holds a degree in Computer Information Systems. He also holds a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Aeronautics and Astronautics Engineering, and a B.S. in Mathematics. He specializes in design, implementation, and engineering of enterprise network services. He speaks publicly at technical seminars and conferences.
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