This book is for those people who have little or no background in the computer field but are looking at it as a possible choice for a career. This book covers a very basic area of server installation, server upgrade, configuring an IP address, adding a user, adding a user to a group, and enabling remote desktop. It is designed to give someone a brief, basic look into the world of Microsoft server administration. This book will not cover any networking concepts, active directory, group policy, roles, or any advanced features of Windows Server.
The Basic 411 Series of books is made to cover only a beginner's area of skills and knowledge. It isn't designed for any in-depth or detailed look.
Mark Murray is an IT Specialist by trade and a writer by choice. He has written short stories for the E-Zine Dargonzine and has been published by Arctic Wolf Publishing.
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