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Auth: Microsoft Corporation

Title: Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Services

Pub: 2011 2 vols soft-covers


Tight & clean, inscription-free, slight external handling wear -- VG


No obvious highlighting or writing


Official course books for the Microsoft IT PROFESSIONAL unit 6425C -- enterprise networking security obfuscations and secrets for controlling user access with Active Directory and Policies -- unavailable in bookshops, issued only as part of a $5000 course .... very useful reference for sysadmins. Please click here to ask a question
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