4.4. Troubleshooting Client Access to Remote Services in a Network

The greatest benefit of creating a network is the ability to share resources between the computers within the network. This benefit can only be realized if all of the components of the network are configured properly to allow the client to access the resources. Basically, there is no "in between" or "almost able to connect"; either all of the factors that affect network communication are configured properly or the network will not function properly for the user. Because of this, it is important that you understand all of the factors that can be involved in network communication and how to troubleshoot any problems that crop up related to these factors. In this section, we discuss ...

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