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MCSE Training Kit: Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network…
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Amazon.com Amazon.com Review (ISBN 0735611335, Hardcover)Windows networks don't exist in a vacuum. If you're planning to connect multiple Windows 2000 computers (as well as machines running older versions of Windows) on a network--and who isn't?--you need to make sure those computers can see and identify each other, and that they can share information speedily and securely. MCSE Training Kit: Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure helps you understand how to build Windows networks from the ground up, and how to integrate Windows services into existing local and wide area networks (LANs and WANs). What's more, the book includes review and self-quiz sections that are meant to prepare you for the Microsoft Network Infrastructure exam (#70-221), which you have to pass if you're after the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certification.
This book derives its organization from Microsoft's published objectives for the Network Infrastructure exam. In taking on each objective, the authors--internal Microsoft documentation writers--explain the engineering question at stake (such as how best to optimize Microsoft Proxy Server for Internet access) before explaining alternative solutions with pros and cons for each. Because this book--and the test it prepares its readers for--is concerned with questions of design, how-to instructions and screen shots are less important than network diagrams and design worksheets. The companion CD-ROM includes a timed evaluation copy of Windows 2000 Advanced Server, as well as a searchable electronic copy of the text and a key to access online review questions. --David Wall
Topics covered: The published objectives of the Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure exam (#70-221), including analysis of customer requirements, design of addressing schemes, multiprotocol routing, and remote-access solutions.
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