MCSE by James Chellis
Windows (R) 2000 Server Exam Notes

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Approach the new MCSE 2000 exams with added confidence by reviewing with MCSE Exam Notes. Not a cram guide or cheat sheet, this innovative review guide provides objective-by-objective coverage of all the material you need to know for the exam, singling out critical information, outlining necessary procedures, identifying exam essentials, and providing sample questions. They are the perfect companion pieces to the MCSE: Windows 2000 Study Guides.

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Donald R. Evans is the senior Electronics/Computer Servicing instructor at Solano Community College in Suisun, California. A graduate of Southern Illinois University, he began teaching in 1966, established his first computer lab in 1983, and is now responsible for all of the computer hardware classes taught at SCC. Scott Johnson, A+, i-Net+, MCSE, and MCT, is the Education Program Director for PC Training West, a company that specializes in providing education and training for computer certifications. He brings over two decades of experience with computer systems and networks to the A+ Complete Lab Manual. James Chellis, MCT, MCSE, is CEO of Cereba, a Microsoft Certified Solution Provider specializing in training and courseware development. Lisa Donald, MCT, MCSE, has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies, including DEC and Apple. Lisa Donald is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) who has worked with numerous Fortune 500 companies, including Digital Equipment Corporation and Apple Computer. She is the author of several Sybex certification books including "MCSE: NT Server 4 in the Enterprise Study Guide," Patrick Ciccarelli, an MCSE and a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), is the founder of Nethos Inc., a San Francisco Bay Area technology consulting company. He is also co-author of "CCNA JumpStart" from Sybex. Dan Newland, also an MCT and MCSE, has worked as a consultant, trainer, and engineer, specializing in Microsoft, Novell, and Unix.
Published September 14, 2000 by Sybex Inc. 352 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference. Non-fiction