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Chapter 13. Understanding Windows NT Net... > Beyond Microsoft and Novell

Beyond Microsoft and Novell

As you can see from the topics covered in this chapter, Windows NT provides a powerful and flexible network environment. In situations that require additional networking services—for example, support for the UNIX-oriented Network File System (NFS)—additional third-party software programs can be added, configured, and deployed using the same utilities and procedures that apply to Microsoft and Novell network services. This makes Windows NT an operating system and a network operating system with an open-ended future.


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