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Guide to networking with Windows

Take a deep breath and close your eyes. Now try to imagine a world without Windows. No Windows XP, no Windows servers, no Windows VPNs. While of course such a scenario would be a dream come true for open source fanatics and a living nightmare for Microsoft, the chances of it happening in your lifetime, or your children's lifetime for that matter, is slim to none. That's right. Like White House scandals and celebrity gossip, Windows is simply a fact of life these days. For networking pros then, understanding Windows is essential to designing, implementing, troubleshooting and maintaining enterprise networks. This guide takes you step-by-step through the process of networking with Windows.

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  Windows networking for network administrators 

Troubleshooting your Windows network

Updating your Windows network

  Windows networking for network managers 

Designing and implementing your Windows network

Monitoring your Windows network

This was first published in February 2006

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