10. Networking, Remote Access, and Communications


Learning to use IPv6

Making your network more secure

Leveraging Universal Plug and Play

Taking advantage of RRAS

What's New

Windows Server 2003 introduces a whole new array of networking and communications technologies. In keeping with the traditions of networking and communications, most of these new technologies are referred to by incomprehensible acronyms: UPnP, SIPS, BITS, and so forth. This chapter lifts the veil of mystery and shows you how these new technologies will make an impact on your network.

Perhaps the most important new networking technology in Windows Server 2003 is IPv6. You're no doubt familiar with TCP/IP, but you're most likely familiar only with IPv4, ...

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