Monday, January 5, 2009

Rick Steves Ireland and Scotland DVD 2000 2007 or Mastering Windows Server 2008

Rick Steves' Ireland and Scotland DVD 2000-2007

Author: Rick Steves

This is the only DVD that includes all six half-hour “Rick Steves’ Europe” TV shows on Ireland and Scotland, produced from 2000 to 2007: Dublin, The Best of South Ireland, The Best of West Ireland, Belfast and the Best of Northern Ireland, Scotland’s Islands and Highlands, and Edinburgh. The running time is three hours. Filmed on location by America's most popular travel guidebook writer, Rick Steves' DVDs offer one great escape after another, from Europe's most thrilling cities to its charming, little-known villages. These DVDs are of the highest broadcast quality (NTSC format, all region compatible), with closed-captioning. Each DVD is packaged in a durable Amaray case with on-location cover photos and complete program details.

See also: I Am Not My Breast Cancer or The Encyclopedia of Natural Remedies

Mastering Windows Server 2008: Enterprise Technologies

Author: Sybex

Mastering Windows Server 2008: Enterprise Technologies is one of three new books by best-selling author Mark Minasi on the latest version of Windows Server. It goes beyond the essential services and features of the operating system to address the "extras" of interest to the largest organizations and the advanced training seasoned IT professionals need. The book covers such features as Network Access Protection quarantine, Windows Sharepoint Services, Windows Server Update Services, and the parts of Active Directory and setup that apply to large companies. Topics also include, creating a certificate infrastructure; IPv6, including new DNS and DHCP issues; advanced IP; virtual private networks; DFS and DFS-N; migrating, merging, and modifying your Active Directory; connecting Mac and Linux Clients; building and managing FTP servers; building and managing SMTP/POP servers; and advanced user account management and support. As always, Mark Minasi tells it like it is—providing workarounds for things that don't quite work as they should and describes in detail many undocumented features.
The other two new books by Mark Minasi are Mastering Windows Server 2008: Networking Foundations, which provides beginners what they need to know to get started with the new software, and Mastering Windows Server 2008: Essential Technologies, which thoroughly explores all of the features and tasks IT professionals need to know to set up and manage a typical Windows Server 2008 network day-to-day. Although each of the three books stands alone, taken together they constitute the update of the market-leading MasteringWindows Server 2003.

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