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eBook NetWare 5 CNE: Update to NetWare 5 Study Guide ePub

by John W. Jenkins,James Wm Jenkins,Michael G. Moncur

  • ISBN: 0782123902
  • Category: Programming
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: John W. Jenkins,James Wm Jenkins,Michael G. Moncur
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sybex Inc; 1st edition (April 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 418
  • ePub book: 1842 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1396 kb
  • Other: lit doc azw rtf
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 205


NetWare 5 CNE. by Michael Moncur, James Wm Jenkins, John W. Jenkins, et a.

The Novell Press book was a little better, but if you have any experience with NetWare 5 and TCP/IP, these 2 books will do the job for you.

Michael G. Moncur, MCSE and CNE, is owner of Starling Technologies, a consulting firm specializing in Internetworking and Internet connectivity for Windows NT and NetWare networks. John Hales, CNE, CNI, MCSE, MCT, currently works for EduTech in Plantation, Florida, as a senior instructor. Nestor Reyes, MCNI, MCNE, ECNE, MCSE, MCT, and MCP+I, works for EduTech and Florida Gulf Coast University as a program manager and senior technical instructor. James Chellis, MCP, is president of EdgeTek Computer Education, a national network training company and Microsoft Solution Provider.

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Michael Moncur, John W. Jenkins.

Moncur, Michael G; Hales, John; Reyes, Nestor; Chellis, James. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014). NetWare, Electronic data processing personnel, Local area networks (Computer networks), Computer networks. San Francisco : Network Press/Sybex. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on December 3, 2012.

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by Michael G. Moncur, James Chellis, John Hales, Nestor Ryes, John W. .

This study guide provides full coverage of the NetWare 5 Administration, NetWare 5 Advanced Administration, and NDS Design and Implementation courses, and is organized by course for ease of use. Moncur, John William Jenkins, James Chellis. From the Publisher: NetWare 5 CNE: Update to NetWare 5 Study Guide is the book you need to prepare for the NetWare . 1 to NetWare 5 Update Test (50-638). Written by an expert team of NetWare . More). Comparison of Indoor Air Quality between 2 Ventilation Strategies in a Facility Housing Rhesus Macaques (Macaca mulatta). Nicole A Monts de Oca, Mitzi S. Laughlin, John William Jenkins, Cynthia R. Lockworth, Iris D. Bolton, David W. Brammer. Journal of the American Association fo. 015.

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A study resource for current CNEs who wish to update their certification for NetWare 5 offers a quick and inexpensive way to stay current with Novell's network operating system and standard networking protocols. (Intermediate).


Flas Flas
This book confuses the student by calling the Zenworks Desktop Management component "Workstation Manager". Leaves out phase 4 & 5 of the Zenworks setup process, mixing all into only 3 phases. Never mentions "ReRegister Workstations". Coverage of DNS Resource objects is minimal. It completely leaves out any discussion of A-Records, MX-Records, NS-Records, and PTR-Records. Is very weak on DNS & DHCP IMPORTING of databases, and adding licenses later. No mention of NSS Resource objects, such as MMibm,and others as on the test. Recommend Clarkes notes instead!
Mamuro Mamuro
This wasn't the strongest Sybex book I've ever purchased, but it worked well when used with other resources. Not a bad book. Keeping in mind that this book is written for the experienced IT professional, after all, you are supposed to be a CNE already, it covers what it needs to. It makes the points of what will be on the test and does an adequate job of it. The practice tests were probably the most useful portion of the book.
Remember that the purpose of this book is to assist you in passing the test, not to be a real world reference. If you want a real world reference manual, buy a Netware 5 reference book, not a test study guide.
BlessСhild BlessСhild
After reading the negative reviews for the Novell Press Update to NetWare 5 book, I was hopeful that Sybex would produce something of better quality. Unfortunately, I have nothing decent to comment on concerning this futile attempt at a study guide. At its best, it's great bookshelf filler. Do not purchase if you expect to pass the exam. Contrary to what is written on the front cover, it does not have 'All the information you need to update your CNE certification'. This book lacks a great deal of useful information making this nothing more than a glorified brochure on NetWare 5.
Error parents Error parents
I bought this after having had very good experiences with Sybex's Cisco accreditation range of books by Tod Lammle/Don Porter etc.
I assumed all Sybex's books would be good. I was wrong.
Fortunately I also had the Netware courseware and some self test software which actually got me the CNE5.
If I had used this book as my sole study guide there is no way I could have passed - it misses out a great deal of the required material - does not go into enough practical detail (e.g. commands etc.) for the material it does cover, and is highly confusing (e.g. repeatedly mixing up DNS and NDS in a Netware manual? - this is not a recipe which will clarify the subjects in your mind especially if you were new to the two topics).
OK - all books have typos, even the Novell and Cisco courses; but this book looks like it may not even have been proof read.
I think I will only buy Sybex books by the authors of the Cisco material in the future.
I pity the poor devils who lost £ and a days pay trying to pass the CNE5 with this.
In its defense - its cheap...
Yadon Yadon
This book inadequately prepares you for the Certification test. Considering the questions that were asked during the test which I heard from other CNE's, I would like to get an alternate book, and get my money back for this "outline". Certainly, with my knowledge of NetWare 5 from the book, I won't risk putting down $95 for certification.
Yanthyr Yanthyr
I bought both the Novell Press and Sybex books for the NetWare 5 update exam and was able to pass the test on the first try. (I always buy a NP and a Sybex book, whenever possible, for each Novell certification test I take.) The Novell Press book was a little better, but if you have any experience with NetWare 5 and TCP/IP, these 2 books will do the job for you.
This book stinks! This book does not prepare you for the exam. For example, it states different system requirements than stated by Novell. It also leaves a lot to the imagination regarding real world setup and configuration. It doesn't go into enough detail about NSS, NLS, DNS. These people should owe me 100 bucks!