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IV. Network Survival > 13. Working on the Network

Chapter 13. Working on the Network

Sooner or later, almost everyone who uses Windows 2000 Professional is connected to a network. It may be a giant corporate network with hundreds or thousands of computers, a smaller “workgroup” network in a small business, or an even smaller network that connects two or three computers in your home so that they can share your Internet connection and printer. In each case, Windows 2000 is an excellent choice for networking, thanks to its reliability (you rarely have to run around the office to restart a crashed PC) and security features.

The biggest advantage of a network is that it can improve efficiency by letting you share files, folders, printers, and other resources. Networking also helps to prevent lost data, because it’s so easy to back up your files onto different computers.


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