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IBM Certification Study Guide AIX V4.3 System Administration

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IBM Certification Study Guide AIX V4.3 System Administration
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Publisher: IBM
ISBN/ASIN: 0738410314
ISBN-13: 9780738410319
Number of pages: 240

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This redbook is designed as a study guide for professionals wishing to prepare for the certification exam to achieve: IBM Certified Specialist - AIX V4.3 System Administration. It helps AIX administrators seeking a comprehensive and task-oriented guide for developing the knowledge and skills required for the certification. It is designed to provide a combination of theory and practical experience needed for a general understanding of the subject matter.

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