Robbie Allen

Robbie Allen is the coauthor of Active Directory, 2nd Edition and the author of the Active Directory Cookbook. Visit Robbie's web site at www.robbieallen.com.

Active Directory Cookbook Active Directory Cookbook
by Brian Svidergol, Robbie Allen
Fourth Edition June 2013
Print: $59.99
Ebook: $50.99

Active Directory Active Directory
by Brian Desmond, Joe Richards, Robbie Allen, Alistair Lowe-Norris
Fifth Edition May 2013
Print: $59.99
Ebook: $50.99

Active Directory Cookbook Active Directory Cookbook
by Laura E. Hunter, Robbie Allen
Third Edition December 2008
OUT OF PRINT

Active Directory Active Directory
by Brian Desmond, Joe Richards, Robbie Allen, Alistair Lowe-Norris
Fourth Edition November 2008
OUT OF PRINT

Active Directory Cookbook Active Directory Cookbook
by Robbie Allen, Laura E. Hunter
Second Edition June 2006
Ebook: $39.99

Active Directory Active Directory
by Robbie Allen, Joe Richards, Alistair Lowe-Norris
Third Edition January 2006
Ebook: $39.99

Windows Server 2003 Security Cookbook Windows Server 2003 Security Cookbook
by Mike Danseglio, Robbie Allen
December 2005
Print: $49.95
Ebook: $39.99

Windows XP Cookbook Windows XP Cookbook
by Robbie Allen, Preston Gralla
August 2005
Print: $44.95
Ebook: $35.99

Windows Server Cookbook Windows Server Cookbook
by Robbie Allen
March 2005
Print: $44.95
Ebook: $35.99

DNS on Windows Server 2003 DNS on Windows Server 2003
by Cricket Liu, Matt Larson, Robbie Allen
Third Edition December 2003
Print: $49.99
Ebook: $31.99

Active Directory Cookbook Active Directory Cookbook
by Robbie Allen
September 2003
OUT OF PRINT

Active Directory Active Directory
by Robbie Allen, Alistair Lowe-Norris
Second Edition April 2003
OUT OF PRINT

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Data as seeds of content

April 05 2012

Visualizations are one way to make sense of data, but they aren't the only way. Robbie Allen reveals six additional outputs that help users derive meaningful insights from data. read more

How I automated my writing career

November 03 2011

You scale content businesses by increasing the number of people who create the content ... or so conventional wisdom says. Learn how a former author is using software to simulate and expand human-quality writing. read more

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"Overall this is an excellent book that should be kept close to hand by anyone who is serious about working with AD. Seriously recommended."
--Richard Siddaway, Richard Siddaway's Blog