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Media praise for Learning Windows Server 2003

"...upon going through the book I found good, clear and practical information on setting up and configuring the system and its major components. This is the first book by author Jonathan Hassel that I have read and I've been pleasantly surprised. There's some detail about the underlying processes that make a particular component work, but it's not overdone. The focus is to give you the way to get that component working and to provide a bit of understanding about how and why...I have a feeling this will be a well thumbed book. It already has a number of torn sticky note strips sticking out of it and of course, spilled coffee. Highly recommended."
-- Jim Huddle, Kickstart News

"This most excellent book has step-by-step procedures and discussions of complex concepts such as Active Directory replication, DFS namespaces and replication, network access quarantining, and server clustering. More importantly, if you're a GUI aficionado, within this book, you'll still find everything you're accustomed to."
-- John Vacca,

"Learning Windows Server 2003 has the information I need, without a lot of other stuff, and with handy information about command line tools."
-- Elizabeth Zwicky, ;login:

"I have a feeling this will be a well thumbed book...Highly recommended."
--Jim Huddle, Kickstart News