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Chapter 20. Using Windows NT with the In... > Connecting to the Internet with a LA...

Connecting to the Internet with a LAN

If your computer is part of a local area network (LAN), connecting to the Internet with Windows NT is as easy as connecting a single user. The main difference is that instead of getting the information you need from an ISP, you obtain it from your network administrator. Windows NT provides seamless integration of Internet and LAN e-mail though a Microsoft API mail driver employing the Microsoft Exchange client. Mail from another computer on the LAN is treated the same as mail from out on the Internet.

To get connected, follow these steps:


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