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Novell NetWare 6.5 Administrator's Handbook

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Novell NetWare 6.5 Administrators Handbook is the Novell-authorized quick reference for NetWare administration covering all of the new features of NetWare 6.5. The release of NetWare 6.5 continues to redefine NetWare as a powerful Web-oriented platform for delivering a consistent, location independent view of users data and systems. The new features in NetWare 6.5 were designed around 3 main value propositions; The Virtual Office, Maintaining Business Continuity, and Delivering powerful new Web Services. Novell NetWare 6.5 Administrators Handbook helps the IT Professional integrate the benefits of NetWare 6.5 into an existing environment.

  • Authoritative coverage of NetWare 6.5 new features with step-by-step procedures.

  • Covers the ins and outs for everyday administration without wading the reader down with unnecessary concepts and theory.

  • Written to provide quick access to information and solutions needed to install, configure, and maintain a NetWare 6.5 network.

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