CIW : server administrator study guide / James Stanger with Alan Grayson

By: Stanger, James
Contributor(s): Grayson, Alan
Material type: TextText; Format: print Publisher: San Francisco : Sybex, 2002Description: XLIX, 763 p. ; 24 cm + 1 disco compactoISBN: 0-7821-4085-8Subject(s): Internet | Paginas Web
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The CIW (Certified Internet Webmaster) program from ProsoftTraining.com is the most widely recognized vendor-neutral Internet-specific certification. The CIW Server Administration exam is the first of three core exams within the Master Administrator track. The exam validates practical skills relevant to server administrators, which include deploying, configuring, and managing e-business solutions.

Índice: Contents at a Glance. Introduction. Assessment Test. Part I: Internet System Management. Chapter 1: IT Systems and Services Overview. Chapter 2: Internet System Installation and Configuration Issues. Chapter 3: Configuring TCP/IP on Internet Servers. Chapter 4: User Management Essentials. Chapter 5: Managing Users in Windows 2000 Server. Chapter 6: Managing Users in Linux. Chapter 7: Name Resolution in LANs with DNS. Chapter 8: Name Resolution with WINS and Samba. Chapter 9: Implementing Internet Services. Part II: Advanced Internet System Management. Chapter 10: Mission--Critical Services. Chapter 11: Ins... Etc.

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