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Windows 2000 Server book? Which one to buy?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by senna, Apr 23, 2004.

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  1. senna

    senna Thread Starter

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    I am wanting to learn about Windows 2000 Server and I was wondering what book you would recommend. I am going to install it at home and just play around with it to learn.

    Any recommendations would be appriciated.

    Thank you,

    Senna
     
  2. rude

    rude

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    I have to tell you that my best friend (when I first started working with Windows) was,and still is, Help & Support (Start/Help & Support)
    What is cool is that,whenever you have a question,you can look it up.

    My second best friend was (and has now become my new best friend), GOOGLE, you can find it here,and make sure to bookmark it:
    http://www.google.ca/ The best Internet search site there is!

    I'm pretty sure if you can't find it with GOOGLE,it doesn't exist...yet!

    The great thing about these two things is that they are FREE!
     
  3. dotytech

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    I have to tell you as a previous Win2k Instructor, I would highly recommend the Microsoft's Academic Learning Series books as they come with evaluation software, etc and are very reasonable!!

    The books are published by Microsoft Press.. (y)
     
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