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My publisher, O’Reilly, often do special deals on certain books, and one of those is my Working with Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials e-book, which can be yours today for 50% off.

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Here is the description for the book:

Get up and running quickly with Windows® Small Business Server 2011 Essentials—and learn how to use this network solution to organize and help protect your business data. This hands-on guide provides extensive walkthroughs and tips to help you successfully deploy, manage, and support your company’s network and applications. All you need is minimal IT knowledge.

Discover how to:

  • Plan your network infrastructure as your first, critical step
  • Configure and maintain the network to help protect your data
  • Create user accounts and connect client computers
  • Manage shared server folders and set up permissions
  • Install network printers and determine how they’re shared
  • Inspect your network’s health with Performance Monitor
  • Provide security-enhanced remote access via the web or a VPN
  • Troubleshoot problems and be prepared in the event of a system failure

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If you want to know all about working with Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials, then you may want to take a look at my latest book from MS Press.

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Here is the description for the book:

Get up and running quickly with Windows® Small Business Server 2011 Essentials—and learn how to use this network solution to organize and help protect your business data. This hands-on guide provides extensive walkthroughs and tips to help you successfully deploy, manage, and support your company’s network and applications. All you need is minimal IT knowledge.

Discover how to:

  • Plan your network infrastructure as your first, critical step
  • Configure and maintain the network to help protect your data
  • Create user accounts and connect client computers
  • Manage shared server folders and set up permissions
  • Install network printers and determine how they’re shared
  • Inspect your network’s health with Performance Monitor
  • Provide security-enhanced remote access via the web or a VPN
  • Troubleshoot problems and be prepared in the event of a system failure

The book, co-written with Charlie Russell and Sharon Crawford is available now and is 408 pages long. You can see the full table of contents here.

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Charlie Russell and Sharon Crawford’s new book the Windows Small Business Server 2011 Adminstrator’s Companion has just been released, and I was the technical reviewer on the book.

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The Administrator’s Companion is the comprehensive, one-volume guide to deploying and administering Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard edition. This edition is the ideal solution for small businesses with up to 75 users. And, a heck of a value. The software is built on Windows Server 2008 R2 and includes Exchange Server 2010 SP1, SharePoint Foundation Services 2010, and Windows Server Update Services. The Premium Add-on option provides SQL Server 2008 R2 for Small Business.

As the authors say, “The evolution of Microsoft Windows Small Business Server from its inception to the latest version in 2011 has been an orderly progression of improvements both large and small—and the total distance covered is immense.”

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And don’t forget Working With Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials, the book I have written with Charlie and Sharon which will be available very soon.

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