Windows.NET Server Bible

Windows.NET Server Bible

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Windows .Net Server is a customizable base operating system designed for enterprises that need very reliable, high-end driver and software. It allows organizations to make use of their current infrastructure by allowing them to introduce new management solutions based on Windows, while preserving existing investments based on non-Windows computing devices. This comprehensive reference provides all of the planning, installing and configuring information needed to take full advantage of this powerful new technology. The information is parsed for easy reference, extensively covering the major topics, including improvements made to Active Directory, remote access and file/print/web services, as well as inter-operation and integration.
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  • Paperback | 1200 pages
  • 187.5 x 233.7 x 54.4mm | 1,415.22g
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • 0764549375
  • 9780764549373

About Marcin Policht

Jeffrey R. Shapiro is the author of Computer Telephony Strategies (Wiley) and has authored more than ten books about Windows NT, Windows 2000, software engineering, networking, and so on. He has written numerous features for magazines such as Call Center, Computer Telephony, and NetworkWorld, and he is also the editor and publisher of the newsletter, Systems Design Age. A consulting engineer for more than 13 years, Jeffrey has worked with hundreds of companies such as Microsoft, Novell, and IBM, a number of public institutions, and several governments. Jim Boyce is the author or co-author of nearly 50 books on computer software, hardware, programming (VB), and system administration. Jim is a former contributing editor and monthly columnist for Windows Magazine, has also written numerous features for print publications, and is a frequent contributor to online sites such as techrepublic.com. His Web site at www.boyce.us offers hundreds of Windows Server 2003 Professional tips, technology news, and more. Marcin Policht has been involved in IT administration, engineering, development, and training for 10 years. Currently he works in one of the world's largest financial institutions managing Windows 2000/XP environment. He demonstrated his writing skills as the author of the first book covering scripting with Windows Management Instrumentation and as a contributor to www.swynk.com--one of the most popular Web sites dealing with Windows technologies. He has been also been very active in the certification area, not only as one of the first recipients of MCSE 2000 title, holder of MCSD, but also as a Microsoft Certified Trainer and a member of the team that established criteria for the Windows 2000 clustering certification exam. Brian Patterson currently works as a software developer in central Illinois. Brian has been writing for various Visual Basic publications since 1994 and has co-authored several .NET related books, including Migrating to Visual Basic .NET and C# Bible. In his spare time Brian likes to program, write about programming, and read about programming. You can generally find him posting in the MSDN newsgroups or you can reach him by e-mail at briandpatterson@msn.com. Scott Leathers spends his days as a Senior Software Architect primarily working with Visual C++. He has more than eight years of professional programming and networking experience. Scott has professional experience working with Windows NT, Windows 2000, and .NET Server 2003. He spends his spare time with his wife and kids.
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