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Lecture 9
Establishing Network Shares and Accounts 

In a peer-to-peer network we share, or make available to the network, any directories or printers to which we want others to have access. In networks that have client/server configurations, we use accounts to establish who can access which files,
directories, and printers. This chapter explores the differences between shares and accounts and demonstrates how to use each appropriately. The focus in this chapter is on sharing and account procedures. Using these features to secure the
network from harm, intentional or accidental, is covered in lecture 10, "Ensuring Network Security."

Note: The concepts presented in this lecture are all new. Because the subject matter is complex, you should be familiar with the network terms presented in previous lectures.
The lectures are to be used only in conjunction with the required text for the  course: MCSE Training Kit: Networking Essentials Plus,Microsoft Corporation, ISBN:  1-57231-902-X

Lecture Menu


Lesson 1. Creating Network Shares

Lesson 2. Establishing and Managing Network Accounts

Lecture Summary

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