Implementing and Troubleshooting Networks
Computer networks and kindergarten have one big thing in common: the importance of sharing. Sharing files and other resources among computers is the primary reason that computer networks were invented in the first place. Without the ability to share, networked computers would just sit there, linked together, with nothing to do. This chapter will cover the process of sharing files and other resources in a Windows network. Not only that, but you’ll learn how to test that your LAN connections are all working properly so that you can share files (legal ones!) to your heart’s content. ...