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Part II: System and Network Administration > Running Network Services

Chapter 12. Running Network Services

A network service is a program running on a local machine that other machines can connect to and use over a network. Common examples include web, email, and file-transfer servers.

This chapter builds on the network administration fundamentals covered in Chapter 10 to describe how network services work in general, and how several of the more popular services work on Mac OS X. For information on using these services client-side, consult Chapter 8.


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