Windows Operating Systems Research Paper by hicaliber

Windows Operating Systems
An analysis of networking using Windows' operating systems.
# 93432 | 1,238 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US

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The paper examines the evolution of operating systems in their support of a multitude of networking protocols. The paper focuses on the wide variation in hardware and software products, components, applications, and tools. This paper includes an overview of basic networking principles and progresses, through an analysis of Microsoft-specific networking alternatives present in Microsoft Windows Server 2000 and Windows XP Professional Server. The paper analyzes Microsoft's approach to implementing the transmission control protocol/Internet protocol (TCP/IP).

TCP/IP in Microsoft's Networking Strategy
Why TCP/IP Is the De Facto Standard for Networking
Figure 1: The OSI Model
Integration Strategies using the Microsoft Operating Systems
Connecting with Novell

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Columbus (2001) . The Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Handbook. Hingham, MA. 2001. Chapter 6, Understanding TCP/IP Networking in Windows 2000 Professional.
  • Columbus, Louis. Exploring LANS for the Small Business and Home Office. Indianapolis, IN. Sam's Technical Publishing Prompt Publications. 2001 Page 53 for the OSI Model.
  • Seth Fogle. Windows .NET Server Security Handbook. Basking Ridge, NJ Prentice Hall Computer Publishing. 2002
  • PC Magazine (2006) . PC Magazine Encyclopedia. Sourced for PC Magazine from The Computer Language Company, 2006. Accessed from the Internet on March 13, 2006:,2542,t=TCPIP&i=52614,00.asp

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