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Exchange Server 5.5 MCSE Study Guide
     

Exchange Server 5.5 MCSE Study Guide

by Paul E. Robichaux, Walter J. Glenn
 

Do you have questions about Microsoft Exchange Server implementation and support? Do you fantasize about leading a life of glamour and riches as a certified systems engineer? Do scoff at credentials and certifications but still yearn for a comprehensive working knowledge of Microsoft Exchange, the hottest electronic messaging application on the market? If you

Overview

Do you have questions about Microsoft Exchange Server implementation and support? Do you fantasize about leading a life of glamour and riches as a certified systems engineer? Do scoff at credentials and certifications but still yearn for a comprehensive working knowledge of Microsoft Exchange, the hottest electronic messaging application on the market? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then Exchange Server 5.5 MCSE Study Guide is the book for you.

Exchange Server 5.5 MCSE Study Guide is the preparation tool for MCSE exam 70-81 candidates. Beginning with fundamental Exchange concepts, including infrastructure, migration, and coexistence, Exchange Server 5.5 MCSE Study Guide devotes an entire section to server installation and configuration. Exchange Server 5.5 MCSE Study Guide also provides in-depth commentary and analysis of advanced Exchange topics such as Windows NT security, maintaining stores, optimizing connection performance, and troubleshooting connectivity problems.

Covers: Exam 070-081

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764531118
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
08/28/1998
Series:
MCSE Certification Series
Edition description:
BK&CD ROM
Pages:
775
Product dimensions:
7.58(w) x 9.54(h) x 2.10(d)

Meet the Author

About the Authors Paul E. Robichaux, MCSE and MCT, is a cryptographic systems designer, system administrator, and author. He is the author of Windows NT® Server 4 Administrator's Guide and Managing the Windows NT® Registry. Walter J. Glenn, MCSE, works as network administrator and trainer for small to medium-sized businesses. He has contributed to MCSE study guides on a variety of topics, including Windows NT Server 4.0, TCP/IP, and Networking Essentials. Technically reviewed by Tony Houston, MCT, MCSE, LCP, Senior Technical Training Consultant, Productivity Point International.

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