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matt
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      09-24-2003
I am an MCSE on NT 4 and I am working on upgrading to
Windows Server 2003. I just recieved the books in the
mail and I am wondering what book I should read first?
Thanks for your input!
 
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Steven L Umbach
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      09-24-2003
Read Mark Minasi's Mastering Windows Server 2003 first. It is not a MCSE training
book, but other than not having a bunch of questions at the end of each chapter it is
much much better than most MCSE books and you will have a real good idea about
Window2003 before you start on the individual topics and you will refer back to it
often. Then also get the Windows Security Resource Kit to read as you go for the new
certification. A small practice network at home will also be necessary and you can
buy extra computers on Ebay for $100 [used Dell Pentium II]. Two monitors is nice,
but a kvm switch will do also. --- Steve

http://www.bookpool.com/.x/ewhx6fphq0/sm/0782141307
http://www.bookpool.com/.x/ewhx6f702r/sm/0735618682


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> I am an MCSE on NT 4 and I am working on upgrading to
> Windows Server 2003. I just recieved the books in the
> mail and I am wondering what book I should read first?
> Thanks for your input!



 
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Dragon
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      09-24-2003
I depends on what books you received in the mail.


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> I am an MCSE on NT 4 and I am working on upgrading to
> Windows Server 2003. I just recieved the books in the
> mail and I am wondering what book I should read first?
> Thanks for your input!



 
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Rodion Lunyov
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      09-25-2003
You can use wmware virtual machines for emulations more than one computer
and networks at one comp.It's more convinient.
Just wisit www.wmvare.com for details.Good luck!
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> I am an MCSE on NT 4 and I am working on upgrading to
> Windows Server 2003. I just recieved the books in the
> mail and I am wondering what book I should read first?
> Thanks for your input!



 
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