3.1. Identifying Server Operating System Access to Network Resources

Although Microsoft has most of the market in regard to server operating systems, they do not have it all. You should therefore understand the capabilities of various server operating systems in regard to interoperability with Microsoft and with each other. Server operating systems can be used for a variety of tasks on a network. They can also provide resources, such as a file server, application server, or print server.

3.1.1. Critical Information

You should be familiar with the means of accessing network resources located on the most common types of server operating systems. Be able to compare and contrast the differences between the methods used to access resources on each ...

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