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best reference book(s) for Win2k?

By alex.lee ·
I would like a detailed, general reference for Win 2k. & I would prefer that it not focus on obtaining MCSE. Rather, just supporting/administering Win2k. Probably 1 volume for Pro, Server, Adv Serv, Active Dir, Registry, etc... So, what do you think?

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by Campbell In reply to best reference book(s) fo ...

Right now I am reading "windows 2000 server" by Mark Minasi, it is a SYBEX book and it is a very good read. You should try it!

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by alex.lee In reply to best reference book(s) fo ...

I do like Minasi's stuff. Just finished the w2k pro ref.

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by DRDON In reply to best reference book(s) fo ...

As a recommendation, the Mark Minasi series is great. As a daily quick reference, I use the 'Windows 2000 Essential Reference' by New Riders. Includes Server, Professional, Active Directory, tools, and genrally how to do most of the things required. It also lists for $35 MSRP.

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by alex.lee In reply to best reference book(s) fo ...

I do like Minasi's stuff. Just cracked the w2k essential ref. Like the compact nature of it.

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by rdhaar In reply to best reference book(s) fo ...

The Microsoft Windows 200 Server Administrator's Companion has a lot of answers you won't find anywhere else that I've looked. ISBN 1-57231-819-8.

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by alex.lee In reply to best reference book(s) fo ...

Bought this. Haven't cracked it open yet.

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