Sebastopol, CA--Whether you're responsible for hundreds of Windows clients or just a roomful of computers, Windows Vista Administration: The Definitive Guide (O'Reilly, $49.99 US) can help you install, configure, and maintain Vista.
In his timely new publication, Microsoft expert Brian Culp aims to help users of all stripes understand the most significant features of this new OS. "My book is especially targeted for administrators," says Culp. "It was updated with the latest news and information about Windows Vista until the moment it went to the printer. I've also set up a kind of 'living appendix' online. It's a website I've set up where readers of Windows Vista: The Definitive Guide can get answers to questions not answered in the book. Readers can continue their exploration at www.brianculp.com.
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And that list just scratches the surface of this new book's contents. For up-to-the-minute answers about which new features significantly improve the operating system experience and what makes Windows Vista worth the investment, read this book.
Brian Culp is a recognized Microsoft expert who has been teaching and writing about Windows for many years. He's the author/coauthor of seven books, including Windows XP Power Tools (Sybex), Outlook 2003 Bible (Wiley), four MCSE study guides (McGraw-Hill), and several tutorials for the Virtual Training Company. Culp gives presentations for Microsoft on Windows XP, Vista, Small Business Server, and Office 2007.
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Windows Vista Administration: The Definitive Guide
ISBN: 0-596-52959-7, $49.99 USD
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