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2. Software Annoyances

Chapter 2. Software Annoyances

To get your network up and running, you have to go through a great many software configuration processes. The hardware devices you install to create a network have software components; the computer communication features must be enabled correctly; drives, folders, and peripherals (e.g., printers) must be configured so that network users can access them; and so on.

In this chapter I’ll discuss some of the annoyances you might encounter as you go through these tedious, but necessary, software processes. I’ll cover the technical specifications for setting up your network adapters, and the various ways you can set up users so that everybody has their own personalized computer environment. I’ll also discuss security and controls for user access (who can do what on a computer).


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