Item description for The NetWare Toolbox: 100 Tips and Tricks for Your NetWare Environment by Rob Bastiaansen...
In this book, author Rob Bastiaansen has put together 100 tips that will make the life of NetWare system administrators easier. With the knowledge from this book, administrators will be able to solve everyday problems and get the most out of the NetWare environment. The author has delved into his extensive experience with NetWare server management and explains technical concepts in a clear and simple way.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 6" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.85 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 2005
ISBN 9080893420 ISBN13 9789080893429
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More About Rob Bastiaansen
Sander van Vugt is a Novell Certified Instructor (CNI) and works as a trainer and consultant specializing in Novell and Linux. Sander has written several articles for Linux Journal and Novell Appnotes, as well as several books on Linux, networking and NetWare. He is a frequent speaker at Novell BrainShare Barcelona. Rob Bastiaansen is an experienced trainer and instructor of Novell products including Novell Cluster Services. He has been a featured speaker at Novell BrainShare Barcelona and The Advisor GroupWise Summit in Europe. Rob has written and translated several technology titles.
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Tips You can Really Use Jul 15, 2005
It seems that no matter how many books you read on something in the computer area that there is always a bunch of little things that if you do just these things, in just this order, what you get is a cute little thing that just never seemed to make it into the regular documentation.
Maybe it's just that reading about the things you can do makes the difference. The approach in this book is that here is a hundred nifty little things that you might need, and then here is how to do them.
Needless to say, this book is intended for the NetWare systems administrator who has some experience in managing a network. It would only be confusing to the complete beginner who wouldn't even be aware that he could use such a tip or understand what he was getting.
The material in this book represents the collected wisdom from a lot of people over a lot of years. Regardless of your level, it is impossible to read this little book and not find something that makes you say, 'you know, I can use that.'