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Part V: Networking with Windows NT > Understanding Windows NT Network Services

Chapter 13. Understanding Windows NT Network Services

by John Enck

One of the unique aspects of Windows NT networking is how Windows NT separates client/server and peer-to-peer services from the underlying network protocol. Under Windows NT, you can choose the protocol you want to use in your network—NetBEUI, IPX, or TCP/IP—without worrying how it will affect Windows NT services for file sharing, printer sharing, and program-to-program communications. This flexibility allows you to construct and administer powerful networks that can address the needs of your company without being compromised by the demands of your existing client or server computers.


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