Secure authentication features in Windows XP

Monday, 22 November 2004, 12:17 AM EST

Connecting users to your network requires more than plugging in a network cable.

In this book chapter, you'll learn the specifics of authentication under Windows XP: the process of verifying the identity of the user attempting to access a computer or other network resource. Find out the inner workings of Windows XP Professional, whether you need total authentication services or interoperability with Windows NT, Windows 2000, and Windows 2003.

By Andrew Daniels and Kackie Cohen at InformIT.

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