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NT4 Server

If you think as "Windows NT4 Workstation" being the "Big Brother" of Windows95/98, then you need to think of "Windows NT Server" as the "Very Big Brother" (because it contain a lot more components than NT4 workstation) !

I am now also having a look at Windows NT4 Server: the server software is loaded and running, I am now starting to play with it to gain experience and will add pages to my website, once I feel comfortable with a topic.

Do you manage your own Mail-Server ?
Is your Mail-Server protected against virus-attacks ?

Try the new Freeware version of
GFI MailSecurity :

The freeware version basically allows administrators to scan all their mail for viruses at no cost!
If they want other security features and multiple virus engines, then that would require purchasing a license.
Even if they already have antivirus installed, another anti virus engine on their email server will just double up
their security at no cost.
The full release about the freeware version is available at : http://www.gfi.com/news/en/msec8freeware.htm.

Network Installation:

- Basic network installation is very much the same as NT4 Workstation
- Remote Access Server (RAS) is almost the same as
NT4 Workstation RAS
- User Administration is almost the same as
NT4 User Manager/Permissions
DHCP server (created Nov.1,1999)
Dialup Networking with TCP/IP, requiring WINS (created Aug.15,98)
- Windows NT4 Workstation versus NT4 Server (created July 16,99)
Windows NT4 Workgroup versus Domain (created July 16,99)
Connection a Windows95 system to a NT Domain Server (created June 6,98)
- Administration from Windows95/98 via Windows NT Server Tools (created July 9,2000)
Administration via Remote Control (pcAnyWhere) (created July 21,2000)
Administration via Remote Control (NetMeeting) (updated Dec. 2,2000)
Connecting an NT4 workstation to ("joining") an NT Domain (created July 16,99)
- Windows XP Professional Joining a Domain (created Dec. 2, 2001)
- Windows XP Home Accessing data on a Domain Server (created Dec. 2, 2001)
- Windows 2000 Prof. joining an NT4 Server Domain (created April 13,2001)
- Connection via a Router to a NT Domain Server ( modified March 24, 2001 )
Windows NT4 Domain Logon Script (updated July 5,2000)
- Windows NT4 Domain Home Directories (created July 16,99)
- Temporary prevent Users to connect via the Network to an NT system (created Feb.4, 2001)

Commercial Message:

White Papers on Network Security :
Log-based intrusion-detection and -analysis in Windows 2000/NT (Short Summary) ( Full article )
Immediate intrusion detection: Catching hackers red-handed on your web server (Short Summary ) ( Full article )

- Windows9x: Changing Network Password (created June 30,99)
Connection from a DOS-system to an NT4 Server (created Feb.24,98)
DOS Network Boot Floppy to access an NT-server (created May 30,99)
Virtual Private Networks (VPN / PPTP) (Created July 26,98)
Server enforced System Policies (POLEDIT) (created Oct.9,1999)
Enforcing Network Login via POLEDIT

Commercial Message:

White Papers on Email Security :
One Virus Engine Is Not Enough: The Case for Maximizing Network Protection with Multiple Anti-Virus
Scanners (Short Summary) ( Full Article)
Why You Need an Email Exploit Detection Engine: Networks Must Supplement Anti-Virus Protection for
Maximum Security (Short Summary) ( Full Article)
Protecting your network against email threats: How to block email viruses and attacks (Short Summary) ( Full article )
Why anti-virus software is not enough: The urgent need for server-based email content checking
(Short Summary) ( Full article )
Email security (Short Summary) ( Full article )

Network Trouble-Shooting:

Always use your Event Viewer (created July 28,98)

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