The SysAdmin Handbook

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The SysAdmin Handbook

Publisher: Red Gate Books
ISBN/ASIN: 1906434433
ISBN-13: 9781906434434
Number of pages: 519

Want to know how all about Exchange recovery storage groups? How to determine Exchange disk performance? And, of course, all about Exchange 2010? The SysAdmin handbook, a compilation of peer-reviewed articles from Simple Talk SysAdmin has the practical ins-and-outs to all these and many other hot IT topics.

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