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  • ISBN 0782124461
  • ISBN13 978-0782124460
  • Language English
  • Author Brian Smith,Doug Toombs,Mark Minasi
  • Publisher Sybex Inc; 4th ed. edition (November 1999)
  • Pages 1632
  • Formats txt rtf lrf azw
  • Category Technology
  • Subcategory Networking and Cloud Computing
  • Size ePub 1715 kb
  • Size Fb2 1945 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 968

Book by Minasi, Mark, Anderson, Christa, Smith, Brian, Toombs, Doug

by Brian M. Smith (Author), Doug Toombs (Author), Mark Minasi (Author). This is the premier resource for configuring, administering, and tuning Windows 2000 Server as part of a corporate enterprise network. You can depend on it for clear, authoritative instruction in hundreds of techniques that will make your work easier and your job more secure.

Book by Minasi, Mark, Anderson, Christa, Smith, Brian, Toombs, Doug

Book by Minasi, Mark, Anderson, Christa, Smith, Brian, Toombs, Doug. Because Windows 2000 Server and Windows 2000 Advanced Server are largely the same (Advanced Server supports more memory and a greater number of processors than plain Server), this book ought to prove useful to administrators of both. Windows 2000 Datacenter Server admins have to worry about some additional capabilities (notably clustering and load balancing) that aren't covered here, but even they should benefit from this book's contents.

Windows 2000 Server is the successor to Windows NT Server. Mark Minasi (the author), I have ONE advice for your book: BE MORE SUCCINCT. This book is almost 2000 pages long and it could EASILY be 1400 pages with just as much information

Windows 2000 Server is the successor to Windows NT Server. This text provides coverage of the architecture, features. This book is almost 2000 pages long and it could EASILY be 1400 pages with just as much information. The author has a laid back and conversational writing style. Unfortunately, such style does not make a book thin. This book is, however, a fairly comprehensive book on Windows 2000.

Sybex Mastering Windows 2000 server. Not a cheerleader like some other books I looked at. More comprehensive than others as well. Chapter 2 has good basic info for newbies, and better still is explained well and succinctly.

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Butius
I am a technical writer, and the target audience of the documents that I write is mainly network administrators. I do not have any direct work experience administering a corporate network, but I have had some IT training and even managed to get a Windows NT MCP certification by passing one of the NT exams.
I have just finished the chapter in this book that explains TCP/IP and I am absolutely stunned by its quality. This is the clearest, most straightforward explanation of this concept that I have ever read.
I have no doubt that I will eventually get through this entire book (and it's a big one). I am looking to take two things away from reading it in its entirety: a more complete understanding of Win2K (can't wait to read the explanation of how Active Directory works), and a greater knowledge of how to write engaging and understandable content for a technical audience to apply to my own documentation work. I have no doubt that I will reap both benefits.
I know how challenging it is to write highly technical documentation that is both clear and readable, and I have to say that Mr. Minasi and his team of writers are to be highly commended for their skill and outstanding effort.
Giamah
I am new to Windows 2000 Server having bought it to start a web server for my small laboratory services business. The book was rated highly so I gave it a try. When the title says MASTERING it really means you better have prior MS Server experience as a prerequisite to using this book.
Much of the writing in this book assumes a working knowledge of the basics including installation, network setup, server configuration and more. For example, only brief descriptions were given of some entries required during installation. Many install topics where barely mentioned at all even though the concept and proper configuration of these are critical to proper install and server configuration. Some topics are discussed in great detail but seeking this information out among the entire text was difficult at best. The organization and flow of the text in this book could not be easily applied to a new install / setup situation.
In short this is not a HOW TO type of book and you should look elsewhere if you are a beginner.
Beydar
I have a bookshelf full of Mark Minasi books. For MANY years now, I have depended upon the truths found within those books. Mark also knows how to WRITE as a NOVELIST (at times with great humor), which helps when plowing through technical information. In his latest book, MASTERING WINDOWS 2000 SERVER, Mark shows once again why so many of us believe that he sets the standard for this type of book. His co-authors keep in step with that standard as well. MASTERING WINDOWS 2000 SERVER will help you get those wobbly W2K legs of yours strong and ready to run with this, for all intents and purposes, NEW operating system. In short, why would you NOT buy a Mark Minasi book! Don't leave Amazon.com without it.
Nightscar
Mark Minasi (the author), I have ONE advice for your book: BE MORE SUCCINCT.
This book is almost 2000 pages long and it could EASILY be 1400 pages with just as much information. The author has a laid back and conversational writing style. Unfortunately, such style does not make a book thin.
This book is, however, a fairly comprehensive book on Windows 2000. The author has done his research and performaned many hands-on tests on Windows 2000. He has become one of the foremost authorities on Administrating NT/Win2000 and with a good reason. It is just his books are thicker than a regular sized Webster's dictionary.
hardy
I am an NT4 MCSE with a first degree, A+ and Network+ credentials and have been a Systems Admin for one of the largest Insurance Companies in the Caribbean and I am now preping to do my Windows 2000 MCSE. I have never read a well put together technical manual as this one.
I bought Mark's book based on reviews here at Amazon and elsewhere and I don't regret it. Though I have just started it (chapter 5) I feel like I have an expert with me who knows the everyday hassles sys admins face in mixed environments. His writing style is so very smooth. Normally I am very critical of manuals like the Sybex study guides (which I also bought and are full of errors), but I haven't found a fault with Mark's yet except that maybe for beginners it might be a little hard to keep up. Even so, I think he still does a good step by step job for basic tasks for novices.
I really appreciate the way he relates to NT4 Sys Admins. throughout the chapters I read. Sorry I don't have the time to say more. I will recommend this book to anyone. Keep it up Mark!
Walianirv
I have purchased over a hundred technical reference and programming books over the past many years. The majority are the typical reprint / rehash of the publisher's manual and help files with some examples and a CD thrown in. This book is NOT that. Mark Minasi's writing style is clear, straight forward and with even a little humor thrown in for good measure. While I orginally purchased it as a reference tool, I have found myself working through the chapters for the wealth of knowledge that it contains. If you manage a W2K server, this book is a MUST have.
Ballalune
I have been reading all of Mark's work for quite some time now, but I'm a bit disappointed with this one. This book should not have been released as early as it was. There is a LOT of information MISSING about windows 2000 here. At first after reading it, I thought it was great, and that I knew everything that there was about 2000. Then I did more research, and found that there were so many topics not covered its not funny. I think the main problem was that this book was release just as 2000 came out and not everything was known about it at the time.
The change between authors was very very evident, and hard to take. During certain chapters I thought I was going to fall asleep because it was so dry which is just not Mark's style.
Still with all of this hard citicism I'm giving it did have a lot of great information, and I can't wait for the third edition to come out in March!!!