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by Robert L. Bogue,Gord Barker

eBook MCSE Training Guide (70-270): Windows XP Professional download ISBN: 0789727730
Author: Robert L. Bogue,Gord Barker
Publisher: Pearson IT Certification (July 7, 2002)
Language: English
Pages: 736
ePub: 1341 kb
Fb2: 1257 kb
Rating: 4.2
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Category: Technologies
Subcategory: Operating Systems

Appropriate for all MCSE preparation courses for Microsoft's Exam 70-270 on Windows XP Professional.

Appropriate for all MCSE preparation courses for Microsoft's Exam 70-270 on Windows XP Professional. This complete learning package gives students a single source for authoritative preparation for Microsoft's challenging MCSE exam on Windows XP Professional (70-270).

Gord Barker, MCSE, currently works as a Senior Consultant for Microsoft Canada Co. in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He worked with Telus to complete the largest single rollout of Windows 2000 to occur prior to the product launch.

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Автор: Gord Barker Название: MCSE/MCSA Training Guide (70-210): Windows 2000 Professional Издательство: Pearson Education Классификация: Microsoft Windows ISBN: 078972877X ISBN-13(EAN): 9780789728777 ISBN: 0-7897-2877-X ISBN-13(EAN).

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By Gord Barker, Robert L. Published Jun 27, 2002 by Pearson IT Certification. Part of the Training Guide series. Sorry, this book is no longer in print. Detailed case studies and s key Windows XP Professional topics with detailed and realistic examples drawn from the authors' experience.

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This complete learning package is a single source for authoritative preparation for Microsoft's challenging MCSE exam on Windows XP Professional (70-270). The authors present a systematic review of every key topic covered on the exam, including installation, administration, managing hardware, monitoring and optimizing system performance and reliability; configuring and troubleshooting the Windows XP desktop; managing and troubleshooting networking; optimizing security; and more. The authors are both Microsoft-certified Windows XP specialists and leading IT consultants, and all content in this book has been reviewed for both technical accuracy and clarity by a team of industry experts. The authors reinforce their comprehensive coverage with an extensive collection of exam tips, study strategies, and case studies; hands-on review exercises; guided practice exercises; summaries and review breaks in every chapter; and a complete practice exam.

Comments: (7)
Working for over 14 years in this industry every now a then I get to do more than just review book after they are published on a few occasions I get to see the book before it his the streets. This book is one of those occasions, what I found is a book that was given a great deal of time and effort in producing.

Over 740 pages in this training guide, which can be used both in the classroom as well as self study making this a very handy reference manual to have around. I found this book had to be written m those with many years of experiences as there is an abundance of field tips laced through out the book.

With over 100 exercises, a final exam, chapter exercises, review and exam questions in the book you cover topics like installation, configuration, management, troubleshooting, hardware and software setup and much, much more.

Coupled with the cdrom which has Exam Gear software with over 150 questions you have one of the better books around. Overall the book does meet and exceed the exam objectives and also provide a handy reference tool for any technician.
This book starts out great, but it seems that the author got a little tired towards the end of the book as the details starts dropping. By the time you reach the end of the book, it seems that you just read a summary of Windows XP, not a book that prepares you for the exam. My rate any MSCE type book using Microsoft Press' version as the "average". This one defintely falls below average in terms of technical information. However, there are not a lot of MSCE book it gets two stars instead of one. Get the Microsoft Press' version to prepare for the 70-270.
From installation to the word dreaded most by admins, maintenance, I found MCSE Windows XP Professional to provide a solid foundation that will ease your way past those notorious MCSE tests and sharpen real-world skills to boot. It is certainly difficult enough to pass the certifications, and although I don't believe any single book is going to remedy that, MCSE Windows XP Professional can at least provide an organized roadmap that highlights what you'll encounter. The book divides the main duties an IT professional is responsible for into concise chapters that demonstrate the linear steps required to install a system from scratch and, more importantly, to maintain it once its up. Each chapter's preface outlines the core objectives as bullet points and then elaborates with a detailed chapter outline and recommended studying strategies. Within the chapters are useful notes as well as exam tips and warnings. Although you might be tempted to skip past the chapter exercises, they too are well organized and reinforce the primary objective, and that is to pass the exam. Also, considering that this is exam preparation material, the easy layout facilitates holding onto this book long after the blanks are filled in and the certification test is a memory.
I used this book to help me study for the exam, however there are several confusing in Questions and answers section. For example, one of the questions was talking about Windows 98/ME while the answer were talkiing about Windows 95 in chapter one exam. Some of the questions will make you think twice before you can answer.

I have been working on computers for a number of years. Reading the chapters helps me to find some additional stuff that I did not know. I think it is useful for reading.

I also got myself Exam Cram 2 to help me verify some information that I think were missing a few in other book. I just use this book for backup.

Lately I have been ordering books from Sybex for my future MCSE exams which I was told they are the best. I read some and found them great. I did not bother to order some from QUE for my future exams.
To much bread and not enough meat. Hard to follow, limited illustrations. Material is out of order. For example: The book has you load the operating system and then look into NTFS permissions and security. Unfortunately, it doesn't tell you, until much later, that you must have joined a domain inorder to see the "Security Tab". So a reader spends time searching for the security tab. Finally, after researching the internet I found the necessary step. After about 10 pages of further reading I stumble on a note that tells me how to access the security tab. I judge a book by asking myself if I would buy it again. Well I would not buy, or recommend, this book to anyone.
Nice training guide for teaching for the needed skills to pass the exam. I used this in conjuction with the cram exam 2 and passed my first try.. Included testing software was nice also.
So, I'm supposed to believe that 736 pages can contain all the needed materials to prepare someone for the MCP exam 70-270. Also that this one book will cover all the aspects of the test, while providing step by step instructions to help reinforce each learning objective; not to mention review questions after each chapter plus a cd with a practice exam. This is what I'm supposed to believe...
If it wasn't Que, I couldn't believe it!