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Network+ Training Guide by Mike Harwood, Drew Bird

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Windows NT 4

Windows NT 4 is a network operating system that was introduced after the Windows NT 3.51 operating system. Because Windows NT 3.51 is not found in many organizations today and is not on the Network+ exam, this chapter does not discuss it. You will, however, know if you are working on a Windows NT 3.51 server because the graphics might look unfamiliar. Windows NT 3.51 uses the graphical interface of Windows 3.x, whereas Windows NT 4 and later versions have the look of the Windows 95/98/Me type of desktop.

Two types of Windows NT 4 are available: Windows NT Workstation and Windows NT Server. The former is designed for desktop use, and the latter is for servers. Windows NT Workstation is a scaled-down version of Windows NT Server. It ...

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