Troubleshooting Home Networks
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- Published March 10, 2008
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Once you've designed and configured your home network to suit your needs, it's tempting to think your work is done. But you still have to make sure your systems are optimized, up to date, and running as trouble free as possible. You also need to know what to do when something goes wrong--which it almost certainly will. This guide introduces techniques for troubleshooting network and printer problems, handling backups, managing service pack deployments, and using tools such as Windows XP's System Restore.