Microsoft Windows Server System Deployment Guide for Midsize Businesses

Microsoft Windows Server System Deployment Guide for Midsize Businesses

Microsoft Windows Server System Deployment Guide for Midsize Businesses

Publisher: Microsoft Press 2005
ISBN/ASIN: 0735622558
ISBN-13: 9780735622555
Number of pages: 368

Description:
Get step-by-step deployment instructions for the Microsoft server products that are most relevant to your midsize business—in one, easy-to-read format. Written with the needs of network administrators for organizations with 50-250 PCs in mind, these best practices come directly from the Windows Server System team and are based on extensive lab testing in real-world environments.

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