• Active Directory Infrastructure Classroom-to-Go

  • Windows Server 2003 Edition
  • By: William Stanek
  • Narrated by: Ron Knowles
  • Length: 1 hr and 34 mins
  • 3.1 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)

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Active Directory Infrastructure Classroom-to-Go

By: William Stanek
Narrated by: Ron Knowles
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Publisher's summary

Written by the premier author in Windows administration, William Stanek, and addressing the needs of Windows 2003 administrators and support staff, Active Directory Infrastructure Classroom-To-Go is designed to help you build your knowledge of Windows Server 2003. The course covers:

  • Understanding Active Directory Infrastructure
  • Creating Domains and Application Data Partitions
  • Installing and Configuring Domain Controllers
  • Setting Active Directory Forest and Domain Functional Levels
  • Placing Global Catalog Servers
  • Designating Replication Attributes
  • Planning Flexible Operations Master Role Placement
  • Locating and Transferring the Operations Master Roles
  • Seizing Operations Master Roles
  • Creating and Managing Organizational Units
  • Moving Objects within an OU Hierarchy
  • Delegating Administration

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. 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.
©2007 William Stanek (P)2007 Classroom-To-Go Training, an imprint of RP Audio

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Monotone Obscurity!

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Yes, I'd love it if William Stanek took a breath every once in a while, or changed the intonation in his voice just slightly now and then.

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The tone of voice makes it impossible to follow.

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Not good, but...

I know Stanek's work and this is no fault of his. He's an excellent writer. This is my first technical audio book and I was very disappointed, it's just unbearable to listen to. If you think about it though, all the acronyms, command line stuff, etc. is it even possible to have a book this technical, be a good audio book. I appreciate the effort though.

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