Becoming a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer just got easier. Accelerated MCSE Study Guides are written by experts - MCSEs and MCTs - for computer professionals who want to pass their exams the first time around. It's all here: everything you need to approach the exam with confidence, in a handy, study-anywhere format. The Windows 98 Accelerated MCSE Study Guide provides exactly the kind of guidance necessary to get you ready for the implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows 98 exam - an optional core test for getting your MCSE credentials. Pick any topic - from handling various file systems and sharing and securing resources, to unattended operating system installations, to dial-up networking, RAS, and Netware - and the information is all there, right where you want it.
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Windows 98 ranks as the most popular network client on PC networks, and many candidates for Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certification choose to take Microsoft's Windows 98 exam (70-098) to satisfy their client operating system (OS) requirement. Of the books available to help candidates study for this exam, Windows 98 Accelerated MCSE Study Guide is among the very best.
Author Patrick Neal, an MCSE himself, opens the book by explaining how Windows 98 works, broadly speaking, by providing an overview of its architecture. Neal then gets into the mechanics of connecting a Windows 98 machine to a LAN. He also tells how to install the operating system, both locally and across a network. Subsequently, Neal shows how to get the most out of hard disks and how to resolve hardware conflicts. He also includes excellent information on performance optimization and on integrating Windows 98 computers into different kinds of networks--including remote ones.
Carefully organized around Microsoft's published objectives for the Windows 98 exam, you'll find this book's coverage to be thorough. Better, it's extremely easy to read and oriented toward memorization, with lots of bulleted lists of options and facts that will help you when it comes time to mark A, B, C, or D. --David Wall
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Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0071345558