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Chapter 13. Understanding Windows NT Net... > Accessing Microsoft Network Resource...

Accessing Microsoft Network Resources

Once you have configured your Windows NT Workstation to support the services, protocols, and adapters you need, you're ready for the next step—using the integrated commands and utilities in Windows NT to share and access drives and printers over the network.

The first step toward accessing directories and printers over the network occurs when you log on to your workstation. Specifically, the user name you supply during the logon process is used whenever you attempt to access the resources associated with another system in the network. Your workstation sends your user name to the other system so it can determine what access rights, if any, you have to the resources if offers.


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