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Windows Server 2008 Essentials

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Windows Server 2008 Essentials

Publisher: Techotopia

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Consisting of over 30 chapters of detailed, in depth and practical information, Windows Server 2008 Essentials is intended to cover all aspects of installing, configuring and administering Windows Server 2008 systems. Topics covered in this publication include installation and upgrades, networking configuration, terminal services, disk and partition management, RAID configuration, security, BitLocker encryption, remote desktop access, print services, resource sharing, clustering, load balancing and user permission management.

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