MS Windows NT Server 4.0 Networking Guide
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This book is dedicated to creating self-sufficient network administrators!
Contributors to this book include the following:
Patricia Solon, Sharon Tighe
J. Elise Ellinghausen
Sonia Marie Moore
Janet Anderson, Marc Genty, Jeff Howard, Jan Jolan James, Chris Kagen, Richard Lerz, Peter Lovejoy, Laura Sheppard, Maureen Sullivan
Cathy Pfarr, Keri Segna, Jeff Weaver, Todd White
Jane Dow, Ronnie Maier, Barbara Sherman
Lead Graphic Designer
Design Support Team
Johnni Cutler, Amy Iffland, Casey McGahan, Wendy Salvatori, Gabriel Varela, Sue Wyble, Jan Yeager
Software Program Managers
Louis Kahn, Ryan Marshall
Technical Marketing Liaison
Pradeep Bahl, John Ballard, Denise Y. Deng, Michele Freed, James Gilroy, Cory Hendrix, John Jacobs, Ian Jose, Bin Li, David S. Loudon, Dave Macdonald, Mike Massa, Dan Perry, Rodger Seabourne, Munil Shah, and numerous other hardworking Windows NT Developers, Program Managers, and Product Support Specialists
Product Support Liaisons
Roger Bruist, Todd Hafer
And special thanks to the following people and companies for contributing to the success of the Windows NT Server Resource Kit interoperability lab:
John Allen, Hal Antonson, Howard Bishansky, Bruce Burns, Gregory DeJarnette, Sudheer Dhulipalla, Paul Donnely, Ken Evans, Alex Foskett, Paul Goode, Elise Hammond, Bob Hyman, Doreen Kindred, Richard Lerz, Georgia Marra, Giuseppe Mascarella, Mark Roy, Serge Sozonoff, Prashanth Viswanath, Sam White, Vaughn Winslow, American Power Conversion Corporation (APC); Bay Networks, Inc.; Crystal Computer Services, Inc.; Digital Equipment Corporation; Eicon Technology; Hummingbird Communications, LTD; Intergraph Corporation; Lantronix Corporation; Octopus Technologies, Inc.; Walker Richer & Quinn, Inc.; Wall Data, Inc.
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