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Platinum Edition Using® Microsoft® Windows® XP by Brian Knittel, Robert Cowart

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Windows XP Network Models

Windows XP was designed from the ground up to work well on a network. Whether you have two computers at home or 20,000 computers in your organization, adding a network can help you move information, share resources, and simplify management tasks. It's virtually guaranteed to be a worthwhile investment.

In this chapter, I'll explain Windows XP networking concepts and the options available to you. Then, in Chapter 17, “Building Your Own Network,” we'll cover the installation and setup of a small network for a home or small office, and we'll show how to join a Windows XP computer to a network of any size. Chapter 17 also covers network maintenance functions such as the addition and removal of network services and protocols. ...

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