by Andy Goodman
Andy Goodman’s latest article reviews an excellent resource on SBS 2000 that is a must have if you are new to the world of Small Business Server.
I recently ran across a wonderful book on SBS2000.
If you are new to the world of SmallBusinessServer this is a must have.
Whether you’re a computer guru or a newbee you’ll find this book
chock full of useful info. Written by Harry Brelsford who writes the SBS
Newsletter, this book is packed with the stuff you need to know when it comes to seting up
and maintaining a SBS Network. Even an old time SBSer like myself found a
few things I didn’t know.
Harry’s light approach makes reading this technical work fun. He takes
you step by step through setting up a SBS2000 server for his imaginary
company Springer Spaniels Limited. He tells you what to do and in what
order. The order can be a real gotcha with SBS. And true to its title,
this book is packed with Best Practices, including lots of screen shots big
enough to actually read as well as charts and graphs. And to show you
the forethought of this author, he even leaves large boxes for you to
make the notes he knows you would otherwise be writing in the margins.
Make a place at your server station for this book —
you will refer to it often.
Here is what Bob Clough (a VP at Microsoft) had to
say about SBS 2000 Best Practices,
“… a remarkable job in portraying the heart and
soul of what, in my opinion, a successful technology consultant needs to
do with Microsoft Small Business Server 2000.”
If you would like to read an excerpt form the book take a look at
The book is available at Amazon for $69.95, but if you signup for the newsletter mentioned
above at email@example.com
the publisher is offering a discount for a limited time (plus you’ll get a copy of the book personally signed by Harry.)
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