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Part VI: Going Online with Windows NT Wo... > Using Windows NT with the Internet

Chapter 20. Using Windows NT with the Internet

by Paul Sanna

Windows NT Workstation provides a flexible and advanced means of connecting to the Internet, whether you are connecting from a stand-alone computer or from a network. Windows NT has built-in support for TCP/IP dial-up access and PPP or SLIP (all Internet standards). After you are connected to the Internet, you can take advantage of most of its resources using tools built into Windows NT. E-mail, file transfer, Telnet, Web browser, and even newsgroup reading functionality are all built into Windows NT. This chapter provides the details on using Windows NT with the Internet.


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