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A complete hands-on guide to getting more out of your network, whichever OS
you’re using. Set up multimedia servers in NetWare and Win 2k, interconnect
OSs to get the most out of each, use Linux to emulate other OSs, install and
manage network printers…Plus, advanced features in Win 2k and how to use
them to manage and administer your network.

Streaming
Multimedia with Win 2k

Play multimedia files from your Win 2k server

A Jukebox in
NetWare

Stream RealMedia, MP3 and WAV files from your
NetWare 5.1 server

Remote
Installation of Win 2k Professional

Install Win 2k Professional remotely on all
clients on your network

Booting Linux
with the Win 2k Boot Loader

Tired of typing boot labels at LILO to get into
Windows 2000? Heres how to get Linux as an option in the Win 2k boot menu

Terminal
Services in Win 2k

Remotely administer your server, or let older
clients run applications off it.

Installing
Network Printers

How to set up print servers in various operating
systems to manage network printing

Monitoring
Tools

Tools to monitor your network in Win 2k, Netware,
and Linux

Perfectdisk
2000

A defrag utility for your Win 2k network that
lets you schedule defrags, and specify systems, drives, and folders to be
defragmented

Undelete 2

A network undelete utility to keep your network
safe

The Active
Directory Services Interface

Using simple scripts to program the Windows 2000
Active Directory

Automatic
Login Scripts in Win 2k

Use the new features of Windows 2000 to quickly
login to your ISP

A New Way to
Manage Win 2k

Managing a Windows 2000 infrastructure through a
power query language

Two Networks
in One

How to configure a gateway that lets Windows
clients share NetWare resources

NDS for NT

This utility from Novell lets you integrate and
manage your Win NT domain with NDS

Emulating
NetWare on Linux

How to configure Linux to act as a NetWare server

Disaster
Recovery in Win 2k

How to get your system up and running even after
a massive crash

Where Does
Linux Fit in Your Enterprise?

Reliability, stability, and ability to run on
leaner hardware are some of the factors for companies to switch over to Linux

Cluster and
Reduce Network Downtime

An introduction to how clustering works

Distributing
Network Load

Use Network Load Balancing in Win 2k Advanced
Server to balance network traffic among multiple servers

Managing NetWare from a Browser

Fire up a Web browser and manage your NDS, servers, and other services on your network

Network Client Software

How to set up the Novell 32-bit client for NetWare and a Win 2k client for Win 9x users

Server to balance network traffic among multiple servers

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