Active Directory Sites, Trusts, and Troubleshooting Classroom-To-Go
- Windows Server 2003 Edition
- Narrated by: Ron Knowles
- Length: 1 hr and 33 mins
- Abridged Audiobook
- Release date: 02-05-07
- Language: English
- Publisher: RP Audio
Understanding Active Directory Sites
Understanding Active Directory Replication
Configuring and Maintaining Active Directory Sites
Configuring and Maintaining Replication
Managing Trust Relationships
Monitoring and Troubleshooting Active Directory
Restoring Active Directory
Classroom-to-Go training courses are designed for:
Those who want to learn about new technologies
Those who want to complete their Microsoft Certification
Those who want to refresh their memories about technologies they've previously learned.
This audiobook provides a unique way to learn about new technologies and to refresh your memory about technologies you previously learned. A recommended study aid to help you with your training is the book MCSE: Core Required Exams In A Nutshell, published by O'Reilly Media, Incorporated, and written by William Stanek. The book covers Exams 70-290, 70-291, 70-293, and 70-294; this audiobook contains materials from the printed book. Visit www.oreilly.com for more information.
William Stanek has nearly 20 years of hands-on experience with writing and instructional training. He is most widely recognized as a leading technology expert and is also an award-winning, best-selling author. He has written more than 50 books, which are sold all over the world and have been translated into many languages. He is widely sought after as a subject-matter expert.
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By Jason on 02-05-12
content good but...
If this looks similar to my other review it's because it is! The same guy is narrating on this ebbok which once again manages to completly destroy the content. Read on for explanation.
Ok, first off the author is brilliant. I have many of his books but this is badly let down by the narrator! I can some up in a few bullit points.
1. It is clear that the narrator does not understand the subject matter.
2. It is very clear that the chap is reading from a script.
3. And most annoying, probably as a result of points 1 and 2. The whole content seems to be segmented in that it's like one of the recordings that you hear where-buy the sentance has been put together by pulling seperate words out of a database and then saying it in a sentance. The volume is also quite funny as well in that the guy goes up and down in pitch and no this is not an error on my playback. I've played it back on 3 items including teh latest iphone and have re-downloaded the book but still it is awful. One other thing - very expensive. This is only a subset of teh whole book that won't set you back more than about £20. I bought it to listen to whilst driving to and from work but the guy is so f****** annoying that I had to give up on it.
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