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Windows Server 2003 Pocket Administrator (Pocket Administrator)by Nelson Ruest
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Your On-the-Job Quick Reference
Carry essential Windows Server 2003 administration and troubleshooting information right in your back pocket so you can handle a wide variety of tasks on-the-spot. This handy resource describes 160+ tasks including recommended task frequencies. It covers key management topics, with an emphasis on system administration, and gives you quick solutions in an easy-to-find format. Don't leave your desk without it!
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This guide offers network administrators clear and concise information for daily on-the-job tasks in a handy, portable format.
This handy resource offers busy network administrators clear and concise information for daily on-the-job tasks--all in a portable format. Key management tasks are presented in logically organized sections. You'll get details on file, print, application, mail, terminal, streaming media, and remote servers--and much more.
This title offers busy network administrators clear and concise information for daily on-the-job tasks - all in a handy and portable format.
About the Author
Nelson Ruest (Quebec, Canada), MCSE, MCT, is an enterprise architect specializing in change management. He is a frequent guest speaker at Comdex and other conferences in North America. Ruest is the co-author of numerous articles as well as the books Preparing for .NET Enterprise Technologies and Windows Server 2003, Best Practices for Enterprise Deployments.Danielle Ruest (Quebec, Canada) is a workflow architect and process consultant focused on people and organizational issues for large IT deployment projects. During her 20-year career, she has led change-management processes, developed and delivered training, and managed communications programs during process-implementation projects. She is the co-author of numerous articles as well as the books, Preparing for .NET Enterprise Technologies and Windows Server 2003: Best Practices for Enterprise Deployments.
Table of Contents
1: General Server Administration
3: Administering Network Infrastructure Servers
5: Administering Application Servers