Chapter 20. Networking Mix and Match

Networking with Other Operating Systems

In the previous chapters, you learned about basic peer-to-peer and Active Directory networking, but these chapters considered only “vanilla” Windows networks. Real-life networks are seldom so simple. Often these networks have a mix of operating systems, and Windows must get along with them. Also, some optional networking components are not necessary ...

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