This chapter delves into advanced networking features of Windows 7, showing advanced users how to get the most out of them.
In this chapter, we discuss the more advanced networking features of Windows 7 and we review of modern network topology. Domain networking is standard in most mid- to large-sized organizations. This type of network is briefly examined and you also learn how to connect one.
Other aspects of Windows 7 networking explored in this chapter are DirectAccess, BranchCache, AppLocker, Local Group Policy Settings, and remote connection applications already integrated within Windows 7.
If you have never worked in a corporate setting, phrases such as domain, domain controller, and ...