Never connected a Mac to a Windows network? This task has its own challenges and limitations, but it can be done.
Articles by Brien M. Posey
The more nodes you add, the slower your network becomes. Dividing your network into subnets can win the performance battle--and it isn't as difficult as you may think.
Put these methods to work to maintain accurate documentation even for an ever-changing network.
Connecting two networks takes more than just a patch cable.
If your Exchange databases are corrupt, you may not be able to restore them from a backup. Here are some last-ditch methods you can use to get your Exchange Server going again.
Keep watch for intruders through some of the built-in Proxy Server settings in Microsoft BackOffice.
It's no picnic to retrieve lost data from an Exchanger Server crash, so find out how to prevent it and, in the event of a crash, how to restore your database.
If you're concerned about upgrading from Windows NT, get a feel for Windows 2000 by temporarily setting up a dual boot environment.
When it comes to protecting your network from unauthorized DHCP servers, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.