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by Alan R. Carter

ePub Windows NT? 4.0 MCSE Study Guide (MCSE Certification) download
Author:
Alan R. Carter
ISBN13:
978-0764530876
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0764530879
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Publisher:
Wiley; 1 edition (September 1, 1997)
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Needless to say, becoming an MCSE in Windows NT is a heck of a great career move.

Needless to say, becoming an MCSE in Windows NT is a heck of a great career move.

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This book represents a decent value for those attempting to earn their MCSE on a budget. What should you do to accomplish this?

Needless to say, becoming an MCSE in Windows NT is a heck of a great career move.

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Three required Windows NT 4 courses needed to pass the MCSE certification are covered in this comprehensive resource. The CD-ROM contains Microsoft's Certification Road Map to help students navigate their course curriculu Three required Windows NT 4 courses needed to pass the MCSE certification are covered in this comprehensive resource

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It also boasts a special section for those upgrading from the NT4 exam, making this 5-in-1 title an incredible value.

Windows NT . : MCSE Study Guide. Carter, MCSE and MCT, has been teaching Microsoft Official Curriculum and other networking courses across the country for over seven years

Windows NT . Microsoft Explorer . is also included on the CD to make getting fast answers even simpler. Carter, MCSE and MCT, has been teaching Microsoft Official Curriculum and other networking courses across the country for over seven years. He also serves as a Microsoft consultant for the development of new courses and educational materials. Carter is an MCSE, MCT, CNP, Master CNE, and CNI. show more.

Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers are just as hot in the information technology world as Microsoft's Windows NT operating system. In the US alone today, there are 200,000 open IT jobs, and researchers expect demand to grow to over 500,000 within the next three years. Needless to say, becoming an MCSE in Windows NT is a heck of a great career move. Now Windows NT 4.0 MCSE Study Guide puts you on the fast track toward certification by covering everything you need to know to pass these three required MCSE exams: Exam Number Exam Title * 70-73 Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 4.0 * 70-67 Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 * 70-68 Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 in the Enterprise Even if you're not planning to take the MCSE exams, in Windows NT 4.0 MCSE Study Guide you'll find critical information to use on the job, including * Deploying, installing, and configuring Windows NT -- both Workstation and Server * Managing resources -- from administering user and group accounts to optimizing Windows NT Server Directory Services * Setting up effective network connectivity using TCP/IP and other protocols, as well as maintaining heterogeneous Windows NT and Novell NetWare networks, instituting remote access capabilities, and accommodating Mac OS platforms * Optimizing applications to run under Windows NT * Monitoring, evaluating, and optimizing Windows NT networks using tools such as Performance Monitor and Network Monitor * Troubleshooting workstation and network problems when they arise Plus, Windows NT 4.0 MCSE Study Guide includes an in-depth collection of study and test-preparation resources, as well as a bonus CD-ROM containing a searchable electronic version of the book in Adobe Acrobat portable document format, excerpts from MCSE Career Microsoft!, and other software and reference material essential for success as a Microsoft Windows NT certified professional. Covers: Exams 070-058, 070-073, 070-067 and 070-068
  • After reading through the book I found more information thanincluded the MS Press Study Kits. Alan Carter breaks the informationinto simple to follow chapters. Using this book, I passed the NT Server exam the first time. The only draw back is the CD-ROM included with the book. When I loaded the CD a lot of the files didn't work, or were corrupted. (No big deal) Anyone studying for the MCSE exams should purchase this book, because even after the tests are completed, it makes for a great reference.

  • I wish I could give this resource 6 stars! Anyone who completes this book can not only take the NT 4 tests, but can take them with confidence. In addition to being able to pass the exams, I feel I can go into a clients business and be the expert on Windows NT 4 that Microsoft wants their MCSE's to be. Cudos to Mr. Alan R. Carter! (and thank you!)

  • I used this book for all three NT 4 Exams and scored 842, 981 and 921 points. I also find it quite helpful in preparing for the NT TCP exam, which involves certain degree of NT knowledge. I scored 913 in it. I prepared with this book for 1 month, took the exams within 1 week and scored flying colors.

  • I have just finished reading the reference and I can say that this is one of the most well-written books I have ever read, technical or non-technical. Despite its unwieldy size, this book covers the knowledge necessary to run an NT 4.0 environment. Highly recommended.

  • Doesn't have any information about Windows 98 at all. No fun.

  • Alan Carter's book is a great learning tool and value. It really makes sense to put the three core NT 4.0 topics in a single book for an efficient and economical learning experience. I originally bought the book just to learn Workstation, but after passing the exam I realized that I had read 80% of the book and that the rest of the chapters would not take that long to learn. This book covers 98% of what you need to know to pass the three tests. I passed the three tests with high scores in just a few months and I had very little experience to start out. The topics are covered in a very thorough manner yet not too technical to scare a beginner. The book does not have all the practice tests that people want these days, but the Exam Cram series will do such and are excellent compliments to this book. You really do not need any more. In my experience Workstation and Server were covered 100% in Alan's book. Enterprise was not quite 100%, but Exam Cram covered anyhting else I came across on the test (a question on pulse was on the test). The sections on trusts, domains, global groups, and local groups were very understandable and are a very important part of the enterprise exam. The Key Point Summary at the end of each chapter is an excellent test review item, and the Instant Assesment will let you know if you know the material as well as you need to for the exam. What this book lacks as far as a practice exam it more than makes up for with the excellent and numerous Hands-on Lab Excercises. They may look long, but they really teach you hands on experience. It is important to have a practice lab with at least two computers on a network and with one having NT4.0 Workstation installed and the other having NT4.0 Server installed to make the most of this book or any study system if you really want to learn NT4.0 . You can obtain evaluation versions of these NOS from Microsoft for very little money, and you can get a second computer used for a couple hundred bucks. The progression of topics in this book makes perfect sense unlike some other books that tend to jump around and make assumptions of what you know. I may sell or give away most of my other computer books but not Alan's !

  • This tome is undoubtedly a great bang for the buck, and has saved me a substantial amount of time by integrating the 3 NT4.0 exams within one volume, thus minimizing overlap. Do some careful studying of the material, complete the well thought-out labs, combine that with some hands-on experience, and you will almost certainly pass Server/Workstation, even if this is the only book you read. You probably won't score very high, however, without having additional references on hand; be especially wary of using this book for Enterprise without doing extensive additional reading -- it's missing a fair amount of useful and fairly obscure information on Pulse settings, PDC/BDC interaction, advanced RAS, advanced NetBIOS, and a few other topics.
    This book will help you pass and actually help you learn the material -- but it sacrifices depth for convenience when it comes to certain topics.

  • This book provides an outstanding overview of the topics for all three NT 4 exams. The questions at the end of the chapter are a bit simplistic but are useful to check reading comprehension. Use this book along with the Microsoft and other practice exams and you will pass the tests. In many cases, however, this book does not go into the level of detail that might be needed by an administrator who wants to truly understand and apply the concepts. Minasi's book is much better in that regard. I would recommend that an administrator use Minasi's book to learn the concepts and then use this book for test preparation. That's what I did with great success on the Server and Enterprise exams. This book is quite complete, but does overlook a few concepts (which were covered in Minasi's book) that came up on the Enterprise exam. All in all, it is an outstanding test preparation tool.