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    Re: Books & CDS

    me...

    as for freebies know is black art of getting appected


    omputing - http://www.subscription.co.uk/cc/cci...=W2CM&src=web8
    computer weekly - http://www.computer-weekly.com/subscribe.asp
    it week - http://www.subscription.co.uk/cc/cci...w2itw&src=web8

    key to getting free mag is fill form in but be creative with it as more it industry you ook on the form the better so when it aks how many users you support put total number staff+kids... stuff like that..

    russ

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    safari.oreilly.com - an online library containing many if not all of O'Reilly's pubs, and books by several other publishers. They have various subscription levels from $10 - $35 per month depending on the number of books you want to have on your shelf at one time, and whether you want to be able to download chapters.

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    Safari is pretty good fun. If you want to get hold of content from it without shelling out just go to books.google.com and search for the relevant title. You can then navigate the book by searching for chapter titles.
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    Re: Books & CDS

    Since they won't pay for training, I have to train myself on Windows 2003 and XP Pro. So far I have bought:
    Windows server 2003 Inside Out - William R Stanek
    Windows server 2003 Administrators Pocket Consultant - William R Stanek
    Windows server 2003 Insider Solutions - Rand Morimoto et al

    I am thinking about the resource pack and I will have to scour Microscrewem's web pages aswell to hone my skills!!

    I know NT4 and Windows 2000 fairly well so I hope I have enough to get the ball rolling. :cry:

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    why not stick to NT4 and 2000 or insist you get the MCP training?

    If the school has decided to take the XP/2003 route then they must realise that training is a part of the cost.



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