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Part V: Life on the Network > Introducing Network Domains

Chapter 19. Introducing Network Domains

As you may remember from Chapter 2, Windows XP Pro was designed to thrive on two very different kinds of network worlds: the workgroup (an informal, home or small-office network) and the domain (a hard-core, security-conscious corporate network of dozens or thousands of PCs). Depending on which kind of network your PC belongs to, the procedures and even dialog boxes you experience are quite a bit different.

Chapter 18 guides you through the process of setting up a workgroup network, but no single chapter could describe setting up a corporate domain. That's a job for Super Geek, otherwise known as the network administrator—somebody who has studied the complexities of corporate networking for years.


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