Mastering Windows Server 2008 Networking Foundations
Chapter 1: Why Network?
Chapter 2: Building a Simple Network.
Chapter 3: Security Concepts in Windows.
Chapter 4: Installing Windows Server 2008: Basics.
Chapter 5: Controlling Windows Server: MMC.
Chapter 6: Controlling Windows Server: The Command Line.
Chapter 7: Controlling Windows III: The Registry.
Chapter 8: Controlling Windows Server: Group Policy.
Chapter 9: Windows Storage Concepts and Skills.
Chapter 10: TCP/IP and IPv4 Networking Basics.
Chapter 11: What’s in a Name? Network Name Overview.
Chapter 12: Old Names: Understanding NetBIOS, WINS, and NetBIOS over TCP/IP.
Chapter 13: New Names: How DNS Works.
Chapter 14: Automatic IP Setup: DHCP Essentials.
Chapter 15: Things to Come: A Peek at Active Directory.
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|4||56||Text correction: "Note"
In the "NOTE" on page 56 under "Choosing a Windows Server 2008 Edition," references to "cores" should be read as "sockets."
In its entirety, the NOTE should read:
"When Micrrosoft talks about processors, it means processors that Windows can recognize. If your system uses dual-socket processors, each socket counts as a processor. Consequently, when working with Standard Edition, you can install up to four single-socket processors or two dual-socket processors. If you're lucky enough to have a quad-socket Zeon processor, you can install only one processor when working with Standard Edition."
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