Friday, October 26, 2007

New E-book: Windows Server 2008



The following links provide snippets from a new book: Windows Server 2008: What’s New / What’s Changed by Greg Shields (published to you by SAPIEN Press.






Part 1 – E-book Intro
Part 2 - Introduction to Windows Server 2008
Part 3 - Installing Windows Server 2008
Part 4 - Server Management
Part 5 - Group Policy
Part 6 - Server Core
Part 7- Windows Server Virtualization
Part 8 – Active Directory
Part 9 - Terminal Services
Part 10 - Security & the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
Part 11 – IIS 7.0
Part 12 - Other MN&C Features (you might not know about)


Gwen Zierdt (Sakson&Taylor) said...

If you are a mid-size business and would like to manage multiple Windows Servers as well as client PCs from a single unified interface you should take a look at Microsoft System Center Essentials 2007. Check out

Gwen Zierdt (Sakson&Taylor) said...

I wanted to follow-up to an earlier post that will help mid-size business manage their Windows servers.

Microsoft has released a new 30 day evaluation environment that you can add to your existing network to try Essentials 2007 on up to 10 Servers and 50 Clients. Working with actual servers and clients will give you a first hand experience of how Essentials 2007 can help you manage your networked environment.

Read more details at