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Networking with Windows

Windows NT networks involve a client and a server, similar to the NetWare network. With Windows NT, a Windows NT Server controls the resources, users, groups, domains, and so on. You can attach to the server on the Windows NT network and use any of the resources you have permission to use. Permissions are controlled by the network administrator.

Windows 95 (and Windows for Workgroups) networks, on the other hand, can act as peer-to-peer networks operating systems, meaning that a dedicated network server is not required.


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