Friday, July 18, 2008

Networking With Windows Vista (2008)

Networking With Windows Vista (2008)


Released by: Que, Pearson Education, Inc., 2008
Author: Paul McFedries
File type: PDF, 17MB
RAR size: 15MB

Your Guide to Easy and Secure Windows Vista Networking is a complete beginner’s guide to creating, configuring, administering, and using a small network using Windows Vista computers.
Inside you’ll find comprehensive coverage of networking hardware, including Ethernet (wired) hardware (from NICs to cables to switches to routers) and wireless Hardware--from wireless NICs to access points to range extenders.

We include handy “buyer’s guides” that tell you how to make smart choices when purchasing network hardware.
With hardware in hand, we then show you how to roll up your shirtsleeves and put everything together, including configuring a router, laying cable, and connecting the devices.
Next, we then show you how to wrangle with Windows Vista’s networking features.
These techniques include using the Network and Sharing Center, managing wired and wireless connections, accessing shared network resources, sharing local resources on the network, and working with network files offline.
And if you are a music and video aficionado, we’ve got you covered with a special chapter that shows you just how to set up a networked Vista PC as your digital media hub!

No networking book would be complete without extensive coverage of security issues that affect anyone connected to the Internet.
We show you how to secure each computer, secure your global networking settings, and batten down your wireless connections.
The last part of the book includes intermediate networking tasks such as making remote connections, monitoring the network, troubleshooting network problems, and setting up Vista’s built-in web server and FTP server.
Download Link:Part 1 |

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