Ed Tittel

Ed
Tittel

Ed Tittel is president and a principal writer at LANWrights. He is the author of more than 40 books computer-related books including Windows NT 4 Server for Dummies (IDG).

Articles
Systems Management Tools
Systems management encompasses a huge variety of tasks. Third-party packages solve individual systems-management problems or cover a range, but NT comes with some useful tools to get you started.
Multi-Homing on the Web
House multiple Web sites on one NT Web server-without compromising each site's unique identity. Multi-homing is the way.
PDCs, BDCs, and Availability 2
Keep your job-and your sanity. Create a backup system.
Easy Access to the Internet
Ed Tittel and Mary Madden show you how to use Windows NT Server 3.51 to set up Internet access for your LAN.
Domains, Trust Relationships, and Groups
Ed Tittel and Mary Madden take the difficulty out of understanding and implementing some of NT Server's network administration features.
Selecting the Domain Model for You
A view of the four Domain models.
Extend Your NT Web Server
Ed Tittel and Mary Madden predict a busy future for Web server extensions.
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