Classroom-To-Go Training Course 1
- Managing Users, Computers, and Groups [Windows Server 2003 Edition]
- Narrated by: Ron Knowles
- Length: 1 hr and 53 mins
- Abridged Audiobook
- Release date: 11-02-06
- Language: English
- Publisher: RP Audio
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Master essential administration tools
Manage users, computers, and groups
Understand user, computer, and group naming
Create computer accounts and join computer accounts to domains
Maintain and troubleshoot computer accounts
Understand group types and scopes
Create user and group accounts
Maintain user and group accounts
Manage local, roaming, and mandatory user profiles
Manage user access and authentication
Diagnose and resolve user account and authentication problems
Classroom-To-Go training courses are designed for:
Those who want to complete their Microsoft Certification
Those who want to learn about new technologies
Those who want to refresh their memories about technologies they've previously learned
This audiobook provides a unique way to study new technologies and recall details about technologies you may have formerly mastered.
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Paula on 05-01-08
This is an excellent listen for anyone wanting a better understanding of user, group and computer management in Active Directory. I have found things that have helped me answer many questions and gained a better understanding of how things work.
It's written like all Stanek's others to deliver what I needed and focus on the core. It's very clearly written, easy to understand. Like it says at the beginning though, you need to listen several times and practice what you've learned to master the topic. Highly recommend this and all Stanek's others.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
By Rich on 11-20-09
Worst narration ever
This is undoubtedly the worst narration I've ever heard. Ron Knowles sounds like Microsoft Sam, or some version of that robotic, droning voice. Horrible. Don't believe me? Then buy it. You WILL be kicking yourself.
Technical books like this deserve to be read by someone with an understanding and passion for the subject matter. The Knowles treatment is sorely lacking. The book sounds as though it were read by a person with little understanding of this subject matter. Be warned.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful