Windows NT Systems


Subject: Windows NT Systems
Date: Thu, 23 Apr 1998 14:43:42 -0400 (EDT)

Windows NT Systems
(Link inactive 24 August 2004)

Windows NT Systems is the source of authoritative, practical, hands-on
information for the administration and management of systems running
Windows NT.

Windows NT Systems provides technical information on installation,
support, and the day-to-day operational challenges of managing and using
NT-based workstations and servers, integrating Windows NT into the
corporate infrastructure, and planning the long-term use of Windows NT to
help attain enterprise-computing and business goals.

Windows NT Systems is a partial electronic version of the print magazine
of the same title.

Recent Contents:


Whither the Alpha?


Designing Domains
Domain design plays a critical role
in planning large-scale systems.
by Kenton Gardinier

Using Modem Pools With NT
Modem pools are an economical and effiecient
method for connecting to remote sources.
by Nalneesh Gaur


What a Difference a RAID Makes, by Tom Yager

Certification Corner
Passing the IIS 3.0 Exam, by Emmett Dulaney

Inside The Box
Working With Directories in Perl, by Mike McMillan

Q & A
Ask the AnswerDesk, by Collective Technologies


Software Review
Disk Fragmentation, by Eric Svetcov and Albert Boyle

Software Review
User Management, by Tom Amrhein and Sudhir Kondisetty

Software Review
WhatsUp Gold 3.0, by Jacob Gsoedl

Software Review
Norton Uninstall Deluxe, by Tim Parker


New Products

Letters to the Editor


Nicholas Baran
Editor in Chief

Kathy Acuff
Managing Editor

Original posting date: 
Tuesday, May 26, 1998
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