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I need tutorials about practical information on network for windows and Linux.
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by:Keith Alabaster
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Tom, this is a huge scope - you need to refine this to a much smaller area.
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For example        : if i  have a LAN and i want to create a word doc to one computer and i want to save it to another computer(in the Local Area Network ) how to do this???

Another example :I want to reset a server which is away from me.How to do this???
 
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No response  yet??
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