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Windows NT Server
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This on-line course covers Windows NT Server 4.0, networking components such as bridges, routers, switches, adapters and other network components. Courseware notes cover installation, security, users, groups, printing, disaster recovery and other network associated topics.
A section on network components outlines the function and features of typical hardware like bridges, switches and routers. Examples are given of each, listing their uses, advantages and disadvantges.
There is lots of information about networks and Windows NT Server 4.0 to be found in this free online course, with links to useful sites and reference material. In addition, this free online self learning module forms part of much wider range of courseware offered on-line by CIT, which covers Networking, Data Communications, C, Pascal, Graphics, the Internet and many others.
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You are free to reference this material on-line and print out copies for personal use. You may not copy it, distribute it, or make it available over the Internet or reproduce it in any other form, printed or electronic for others to access without permission from the author. Educators are free to store the files locally on their own network and to print as many copies as needed for their students, as long as the original copyright remains intact. Mirroring of this learning guide is available for Universities free of charge. Please order the CD-ROM to obtain all the latest versions of the on-line courseware and support this free on-line learning initiative.