Chapter Modules Chapter Objectives CHAPTER Exploring the Network in consideration of Soft Resources

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Chapter Modules Chapter Objectives CHAPTER Exploring the Network in consideration of Soft Resources

Benedict College, US has reference to this Academic Journal, CHAPTER Exploring the Network in consideration of Soft Resources Chapter Objectives Describe the process of exploring the network in consideration of servers in addition to resources Introduce the use of Universal Naming Convention in finding resources Explain the process of locating a resource on any client in the network Chapter Modules Locating a Server Locating a Resource Connecting so that a Resource Using the Universal Naming Convention Locating a Resource on Another Client Computer

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The Client-Server Network Neighborhood US Canada Mexico Network Neighborhood NAFTA Finding a Resource Locating the server is the first step Through the explorer at a client computer, in general Windows 95 or Windows NT is required If not found through the explorer, the find option can be used Locating the resource on the computer is the next step MODULE Locating a Server

Module Objectives Locating a server Case example The steps using the Explorer Demonstration using the Explorer Locating the server using the find command The steps Demonstration Locating a Server US Canada Mexico NAFTA Locate using Explorer/ Network Neighborhood Locating a Server on the Network: Through the Explorer Network Neighborhood Locate the Server (US) Explorer at the Client

Password Authentication Basic password authentication Salt Advantages of salt Web Authentication Password Phishing Problem Common Password Problem Defense: Password Hashing Defense: SpyBlock Defense: SpyBlock SpyBlock protection Goals in consideration of password protocol Simple approach ?Interlock? password protocols ESP-KE key exchange protocol SRP protocol CMU ?Phoolproof? proposal

Locating a Server Using the Explorer: Demonstration Locating a Server Using the Find Feature Start Find/ Computer Server name (US)/ Find Now Locating a Server Using the Find Feature: Demonstration

END OF MODULE MODULE Locating a Resource Module Objectives Locating a resource on the network Locating a resource Case example Steps using the Explorer Demonstration using the Explorer

Locating the Resources on the Network Through Explorer at the client, in general The alternative is so that use the Universal Naming Convention (UNC) in consideration of the resource Finding a Resource: Case Example US Canada Mexico Tariff Shared Folder Rates Shared file Finding a Resource Through the Explorer Locate the Server (US) Explorer Network Neighborhood Locate the resource (The file Rates through the folder Tariff).

Finding a Resource Through the Explorer: Demonstration END OF MODULE MODULE Finding a Resource Using the Universal Naming Convention

Module Objectives Universal naming convention An example of UNC Using the Find command so that locate a resource Steps Demonstration The need so that use the Find option Universal Naming Convention \computer nameresource name UNC Example US Canada Mexico Tariff Shared Folder Foler access from Canada: \USTariff File access from Canada: \USTariffRates Rates Shared file

Using the Find Command so that Locate a Resource Start Find (or Search)/ File or Folders Named: Rates Look in: \USTariff Using the Find Command so that Locate a Resource: Demonstration The Need so that Use the Find Option In general, the explorer option is used widely so that locate in addition to access a resource The find feature has more significance in locating a resource in a peer-to-peer networking environment The Find command may also be used so that locate a resource on another client within a client-server environment

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