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  • Started 5 years ago by ervind
  • Latest reply from ispalten
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ervind
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I would like some guidance in learning the basics of network servers and how to maintain them

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raphoenix
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ervind,

A very broad question.
Since you are a student, you know the value of good books to start learning.
http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb.....6&y=20

Best Regards,
Rick P.

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Badroches
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I dont really learn alot from books though and it seems ervind was looking for personal experience perhaps... i dont know is it tacky to talk about who your server is and how they help, or hurt, your development?

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ispalten
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Like Rick said, the subject is broad...

Server or Servers (as in a farm). Back-up data storage or 'cloud' data (centralized data for all to use). Internet Server, HTML/Web site, or a DNS Server? Central Servers that load diskless connected computers? FAX Server? FTP Server? Mail Servers? Proxy Servers? The list goes on and on... there is no one answer.

Irv S.

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