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Managing a Windows Network

Network management is a very active topic among administrators today. Companies are looking for ways to make their networks more reliable, more efficient, and less costly to support. We have already touched on several areas of network management in this chapter, such as user profiles, share-level versus user-level resource access, and the Zero Administration Initiative. Although this chapter can't address every network management issue, it does consider some of the remote administration tools included with Windows 98, which are

  • Net Watcher—Allows network administrators to manage remote resources

  • System Policy Editor—Creates System Policy files that can enforce settings on the various users and computers in your network


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