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Network+ Training Guide by Mike Harwood, Drew Bird

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Configuring Clients to Access Servers

  • Given specific parameters, configure a client to connect to the following servers:

    • Unix/Linux

    • NetWare

    • Windows

    • Macintosh

Many clients can be used on modern networks, and a network administrator must be prepared to manage and support client connectivity in a multiplatform network environment. Learning how to connect the various clients to the major network operating systems used today is a hands-on task. To prepare you for the inevitable, the following sections provide an overview of the various client operating systems and what is required to connect them to common network operating systems.

Configuring Microsoft Windows Clients

The most widely used of all client platforms is Microsoft Windows. Configuring Microsoft ...

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