Get on the fast track to MCSE certification with this clear, concise, and complete study guide to the Windows NT Server 4 certification exam (Exam 70-067). Written by Microsoft-certified authors who know their stuff, MCSE Windows NT Server 4 For Dummies takes you step-by-step through each and every element you'll be tested on, from the basics of NT Server hardware and software through installation and configuration, network resources, connectivity, and the all-important tasks of monitoring, optimizing, and troubleshooting Windows NT. MCSE Windows NT Server 4 For Dummies is a self-paced way to prepare for your NT Server exam, with self-assessment questions, detailed coverage of exam objectives, and review questions to streamline your study time. Each chapter begins with an overview of the study topics you'll encounter on the path to certification, and Quick Assessment questions help you quickly identify what you already know and what you need to bone up on. Time Shaver and Instant Answer icons summarize what you need to know at a glance, and each chapter concludes with Prep Test questions that put your learning to the test. Suffering from brain strain? Take a break with the QuickLearn™ study game, a sci-fi adventure challenge that pits your NT knowledge against an intergalactic assortment of bad guys, included (along with customizable self-assessment tests and three practice test software demos) on the CD-ROM that comes with this great study guide.
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Study with the Experts! Kenneth Majors, MCSE, has developed and taught many cram sessions for prospective MCTs — getting very high ratings from his students. A seasoned UNIX and Windows NT network expert, he works as a Senior Network Engineer for Levi, Ray, & Shoup, Inc. in Kansas City. Brendan McTague, MCSE, is a Senior Systems Engineer with the Global Financial Services division of Perot Systems Corporation.
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