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Making Everything Easier! 4th Edition Networking A L L - I N - O N E 9 IN BOOKS 1 • Networking Basics • Building a Network • Network Administration and Security • TCP/IP and the Internet • Wireless Networking • Mobile Networking • Windows Server® 2008 R2 Reference • Using Other Windows Servers • Managing Linux® Systems Doug Lowe

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    18 Network Topology Ring topology A

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    20 Book I: Networking Basics

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    22 Understanding Protocols ✦ When

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    24 The Seven Layers of the OSI Refe

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    32 The Seven Layers of the OSI Refe

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    34 The Ethernet Protocol Data sent

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    36 The Ethernet Protocol ✦ 10Base

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    38 The TCP/IP Protocol Suite For mo

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    40 The TCP/IP Protocol Suite The fa

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    42 Book I: Networking Basics

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    44 Servers ✦ Scalability: Scalabi

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    46 Servers ✦ Hard drives: Most de

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    48 Network Interface Cards Network

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    50 Network Cable ✦ The cables str

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    52 Switches Hubs and switches demys

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    54 Repeaters ✦ For large networks

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    56 Bridges Repeaters listen to sign

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    58 Network Attached Storage Figure

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    60 Book I: Networking Basics

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    62 Network Operating System Feature

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    64 Network Operating System Feature

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    66 Microsoft’s Server Operating S

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    68 Other Server Operating Systems W

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    70 Peer-to-Peer Networking with Win

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    72 Peer-to-Peer Networking with Win

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    74 Peer-to-Peer Networking with Win

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    Contents at a Glance Chapter 1: Pla

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    78 Being Purposeful ✦ Don’t rus

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    80 Taking Stock Figure 1-1 shows th

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    82 Taking Stock The Device Manager

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    84 To Dedicate or Not to Dedicate:

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    86 Choosing a Server Operating Syst

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    88 Sample Network Plans you’re re

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    90 Sample Network Plans Connecting

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    92 Sample Network Plans ✦ The net

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    94 Sample Network Plans 1. Connect

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    96 Installing a Network Interface C

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    98 Installing Twisted-Pair Cable If

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    100 Installing Twisted-Pair Cable S

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    102 Installing Twisted-Pair Cable I

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    104 Installing Twisted-Pair Cable 3

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    106 Installing Twisted-Pair Cable w

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    108 Attaching a BNC Connector to Co

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    110 Daisy-Chaining Switches device

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    112 The Many Ways to Install a Netw

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    114 Gathering Your Stuff Gathering

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    116 Making Informed Decisions A goo

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    118 Installing a Network Operating

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    120 Configuring Your Server ✦ Add

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    122 Configuring Network Connections

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    124 Configuring Network Connections

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    126 Configuring Network Connections

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    128 Configuring Network Connections

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    130 Configuring Client Computer Ide

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    132 Configuring Client Computer Ide

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    134 Configuring Network Logon 5. Cl

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    136 What You Need to Know to Hook U

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    138 What You Need to Know to Use a

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    140 What You Need to Know to Networ

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    142 Configuring Network Printers Fi

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    144 Configuring Network Printers To

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    146 Configuring Internet Access Fig

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    148 Mapping Network Drives Before y

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    150 Book II: Building a Network

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    152 Is the Network Configuration Wo

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    154 Can the Computers Ping Each Oth

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    156 Book II: Building a Network

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    158 Understanding Virtualization Th

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    160 Looking at the Benefits of Virt

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    162 Creating a Virtual Machine Figu

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    164 Creating a Virtual Machine Note

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    166 Creating a Virtual Machine Figu

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    168 Book II: Building a Network

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    Contents at a Glance Chapter 1: Hel

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    172 Knowing What Network Administra

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    174 Establishing Routine Chores ✦

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    176 Discovering Software Tools for

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    178 Building a Library ✦ A protoc

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    180 Getting Certified Nevertheless,

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    184 Book III: Network Administratio

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    186 Do You Need Security? Do You Ne

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    188 Physical Security: Locking Your

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    192 Hardening Your Network based on

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    196 Looking at Built-In Accounts

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    198 Assigning Using Rights For exam

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    200 Assigning Permissions to Groups

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    202 Automating Tasks with Logon Scr

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    204 Firewalls Some type of firewall

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    206 The Many Types of Firewalls Tab

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    208 The Built-In Windows Firewall A

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    210 Virus Protection Virus Protecti

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    212 Virus Protection Here are sever

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    214 Book III: Network Administratio

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    216 Looking at VPN Security ✦ You

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    218 Understanding VPN Servers and C

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    220 Book III: Network Administratio

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    222 Understanding Software Licenses

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    224 Using a License Server ✦ Volu

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    226 Options for Deploying Network S

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    228 Options for Deploying Network S

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    230 Keeping Software Up to Date If

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    232 Keeping Software Up to Date ✦

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    234 When Bad Things Happen to Good

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    236 Ways to Check a Network Connect

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    238 Using the Windows Networking Tr

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    240 Who’s on First? Who’s on Fi

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    242 Booting in Safe Mode Booting in

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    244 Restarting Network Services ✦

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    246 Looking at Event Logs Here’s

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    248 Documenting Your Trials and Tri

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    250 What Exactly Is a Bottleneck? U

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    252 The Five Most Common Network Bo

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    254 The Five Most Common Network Bo

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    256 Monitoring Network Performance

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    258 More Performance Tips More Perf

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    260 All about Tapes and Tape Drives

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    262 Types of Backups Types of Backu

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    264 Types of Backups Copy backups A

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    266 Local versus Network Backups Th

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    268 A Word about Tape Reliability

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    270 Backup Security The most annoyi

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    272 Assessing Different Types of Di

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    274 Assessing Different Types of Di

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    276 Developing a Business Continuit

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    278 Book III: Network Administratio

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    Contents at a Glance Chapter 1: Int

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    282 What Is the Internet? Just how

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    284 TCP/IP Standards and RFCs calcu

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    286 The TCP/IP Protocol Framework T

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    288 The TCP/IP Protocol Framework A

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    290 Understanding Binary 1 × 20 =

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    292 Understanding Binary ✦ OR: An

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    294 Introducing IP Addresses IP add

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    296 Classifying IP Addresses Most o

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    298 Classifying IP Addresses Table

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    300 Subnetting Two reasons compel p

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    302 Subnetting The subnet mask itse

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    304 Subnetting Given an IP address

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    306 Book IV: TCP/IP and the Interne

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    308 Understanding DHCP ✦ The rout

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    310 Understanding Scopes Understand

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    312 Understanding Scopes BootP —

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    314 Working with a DHCP Server Figu

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    316 Working with a DHCP Server Figu

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    318 How to Configure a Windows DHCP

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    320 Book IV: TCP/IP and the Interne

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    322 Understanding DNS Names Domains

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    324 Top-Level Domains identifies it

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    326 Top-Level Domains Table 4-3 lis

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    328 The Hosts File Table 4-4 Operat

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    330 Understanding DNS Servers and Z

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    332 Understanding DNS Servers and Z

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    334 Understanding DNS Servers and Z

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    336 Understanding DNS Queries A DNS

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    338 Zone Files and Resource Records

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    340 Zone Files and Resource Records

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    342 Reverse Lookup Zones MX records

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    344 Working with the Windows DNS Se

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    346 Book IV: TCP/IP and the Interne

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    348 Configuring an FTP Server On Un

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    350 Configuring an FTP Server 4. En

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    352 Configuring an FTP Server Figur

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    354 Accessing an FTP Site with a Br

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    356 Using an FTP Command Line Clien

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    358 FTP Command and Subcommand Refe

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    360 FTP Command and Subcommand Refe

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    362 FTP Command and Subcommand Refe

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    364 FTP Command and Subcommand Refe

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    366 FTP Command and Subcommand Refe

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    368 FTP Command and Subcommand Refe

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    370 FTP Command and Subcommand Refe

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    372 Using the hostname Command You

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    374 Using the ipconfig Command Disp

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    376 Using the nbtstat Command you w

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    378 Using the netstat Command Listi

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    380 Using the netstat Command The i

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    382 Using the nslookup Command Fail

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    384 Using the nslookup Command Tabl

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    386 Using the nslookup Command Lowe

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    388 Using the nslookup Command 5. T

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    390 Using the ping Command 7 14ms 0

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    392 Using the route Command IPv4 Ro

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    394 Using the route Command Modifyi

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    396 Using the tracert Command over

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    400 Diving into Wireless Networking

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    402 A Little High School Electronic

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    404 Understanding Wireless Standard

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    406 Wireless Network Adapters slow

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    408 Wireless Access Points wireless

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    410 Roaming ✦ An 802.11b wireless

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    412 Configuring a Wireless Access P

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    414 Configuring Windows XP for Wire

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    416 Using a Wireless Network with W

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    418 Connecting to a Wireless Networ

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    420 Understanding Wireless Security

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    422 Understanding Wireless Security

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    424 What About Wardrivers and Warch

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    426 Securing Your Wireless Network

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    428 Securing Your Wireless Network

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    430 Securing Your Wireless Network

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    432 What’s So Great about Hotspot

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    434 Setting Up Your Own Hotspot T-M

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    436 Book V: Wireless Networking

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    438 Pinpointing the Problem ✦ Are

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    440 Adding Another Access Point A m

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    444 Bluetooth Technical Stuff ✦ E

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    446 Installing a USB Bluetooth Adap

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    448 Book V: Wireless Networking

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    452 The Many Types of Mobile Device

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    454 Considering Security for Mobile

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    458 Adding a BES User Adding a BES

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    460 Locking and Erasing a Handheld

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    462 Integrating iPhone with Exchang

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    464 Integrating iPhone with Exchang

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    466 Integrating iPhone with Exchang

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    468 Integrating iPhone with Exchang

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    470 Looking at the Android Operatin

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    472 Integrating Android with Exchan

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    474 Connecting with a Netbook ✦ B

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    476 Tips for Using a Netbook Effect

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    Contents at a Glance Chapter 1: Ins

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    480 Planning a Windows Server Insta

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    482 Planning a Windows Server Insta

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    484 Planning a Windows Server Insta

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    486 Running Setup Backing up Do a c

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    488 Running Setup 7. Select the par

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    490 Adding Server Roles and Feature

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    492 Adding Server Roles and Feature

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    494 Using Remote Desktop Connection

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    496 Using Remote Desktop Connection

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    498 Using Microsoft Management Cons

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    500 Using Microsoft Management Cons

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    502 Customizing MMC Figure 2-5: The

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    504 Customizing MMC This page provi

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    506 Customizing MMC • Menu Comman

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    508 Customizing MMC 14. When you’

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    510 Remembering the Good-Ol’ Days

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    512 Understanding How Active Direct

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    514 Understanding How Active Direct

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    516 Creating a Domain Creating a Do

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    520 Creating a New User User accoun

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    522 Creating a New User 6. Click Ne

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    524 Setting User Properties Changin

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    526 Setting User Properties Figure

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    528 Resetting User Passwords The Pr

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    530 Working with Groups Working wit

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    532 Working with Groups Table 4-1 (

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    534 Working with Groups 4. Type the

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    536 User Profiles ✦ My Recent Doc

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    538 Creating a Logon Script 2. Righ

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    540 Understanding Permissions ✦ T

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    542 Configuring the File Server Rol

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    544 Managing Your File Server Figur

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    546 Managing Your File Server Figur

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    548 Managing Your File Server Figur

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    550 Managing Your File Server 1. Ch

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    552 Managing Your File Server Here

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    554 Enabling Group Policy Managemen

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    556 Creating Group Policy Objects F

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    558 Creating Group Policy Objects F

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    560 Filtering Group Policy Objects

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    562 Filtering Group Policy Objects

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    564 Working with the Event Viewer U

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    566 Monitoring Performance Figure 7

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    568 Monitoring Performance Figure 7

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    570 Monitoring Performance Creating

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    572 Using the Computer Management C

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    574 Working with Services If a Wind

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    576 Using a Command Window Opening

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    578 Special Command Tricks Wildcard

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    580 Special Command Tricks Environm

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    582 The EventCreate Command As a ne

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    584 Net Commands ✦ You can get a

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    586 Net Commands ✦ Srvcomment: Sp

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    588 Net Commands Finally, to add or

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    590 Net Commands To create a new gr

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    592 Net Commands The syntax to paus

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    594 Net Commands To send the messag

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    596 Net Commands The Net Start comm

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    598 Net Commands To specify the com

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    600 Net Commands Table 8-2 Options

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    602 The RunAs Command The RunAs Com

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    606 Installing IIS 6. Click Next. T

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    608 Understanding the Default Web S

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    610 Creating Web Sites 5. Choose Fi

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    612 Creating Web Sites Figure 1-9:

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    614 Creating Web Sites 17. Open a b

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    616 Creating a Mailbox Figure 2-1:

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    618 Creating a Mailbox Figure 2-4:

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    622 Managing Mailboxes Enabling Mai

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    624 Managing Mailboxes 5. Double-cl

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    626 Managing Mailboxes Figure 2-13:

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    628 Configuring Outlook for Exchang

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    630 Configuring Outlook for Exchang

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    632 Viewing Another Mailbox Figure

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    634 Book VIII: Using Other Windows

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    636 What Is a Relational Database?

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    638 What Is SQL? Here’s something

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    640 Installing SQL Server 2008 comp

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    646 Using the SQL Server 2008 Manag

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    648 Creating Tables Figure 3-12: Cr

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    650 Creating Tables The phrase null

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    652 Working with Queries Figure 3-1

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    654 Working with Scripts Figure 3-1

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    656 Connecting to a SharePoint Site

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    658 Adding Users Here’s the proce

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    660 Adding Users 6. Type the name o

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    662 Adding and Removing Announcemen

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    664 Creating New Pages ✦ Blank Me

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    672 Planning a Linux Server Install

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    674 Planning a Linux Server Install

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    676 Installing Fedora 7 Figure 1-1:

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    678 Installing Fedora 7 Figure 1-5:

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    680 Installing Fedora 7 Virtual con

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    682 Installing Fedora 7 After these

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    694 Using the Network Configuration

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    704 Displaying Your Network Configu

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    708 Running a DHCP Server For the c

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    710 Running a DHCP Server The follo

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    712 Running a DNS Server 5. Close t

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    714 Running a DNS Server ; This fil

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    716 Running a DNS Server Here’s a

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    718 Installing Samba That’s why S

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    720 Starting and Stopping Samba To

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    722 Using the Samba Server Configur

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    730 Using the Samba Client When the

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    736 Configuring Virtual Hosts Figur

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    740 Setting the Apache User Account

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    744 Installing Sendmail Interesting

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    752 Using Evolution Using Evolution

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    754 Starting the vsftpd Service Sta

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    756 Configuring FTP Listing 8-1 (co

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