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Novell's Guide to Managing Netware Networks

Novell's Guide to Managing Netware Networks (Paperback)

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Novell's Manage Wise(TM) Administrator's Handbook The Indispensable Guide to Proactive Network Management Novell's ManageWise Administrator's Handbook contains dozens of proven techniques and new ideas to help you master Novell's ManageWise and take control of your network. Whether you have a three-user PC-LAN environment or a large enterprise network, you can now minimize server downtime using the powerful capabilities of ManageWise for detecting failures and viruses early, managing components, and monitoring trends. With clear and detailed scenarios, Novell expert Randi Constable shows you how to maximize your network's performance and increase productivity--and profitability--for your company. Optimize Your Network's Performance and Reliability Detect network problems early on your IntranetWare(TM), NetWare(R), and Windows NT* servers Diagnose, fix, and control your networked desktop systems Monitor the interaction of all the devices on your network Manage print queues for maximum efficiency Customize alarm thresholds to get advanced notification of failures Use LANalyzer(TM) agents to minimize troubleshooting time Take advantage of cost-effective remote server management Monitor clients and servers for viruses and inoculate them as detected Analyze trends of your server's performance parameters

Computing & ITComputer networking & communicationsNetworking packages Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc Publication Date: 15/08/1997 ISBN-13: 9781568848174  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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About the Author Randi E. Constable is a CNE, CNI, and Certified Banyan Instructor. An 11-year veteran of the computer networking industry, Constable joined Novell, Inc., in 1993 as a senior systems engineer specializing in NDS(TM) and network management.

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