This chapter concludes Part 3, "Departmental Server Configuration." In this part of the book, configuration servers, file sharing, printer sharing, and mailbox servers have all been covered. Add these to the login services, name services, web servers, and routing covered in Part 2, and you have a complete network server.
The final part of the book, "Maintaining a Healthy Server," examines those tasks that are necessary to keep that complete server running in tip-top shape. Part 4 begins with a chapter on security, which is particularly critical for a network server because connecting to a network greatly increases the security threats to your server.
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