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If your organization plans to move to a cloud infrastructure from a LAN or WAN, this book shows you how to do it efficiently with Windows Server 2012. Experienced Windows administrators will learn how to deploy, configure, and manage the server’s expanded capabilities and features step-by-step, using clear examples and numerous screen shots. You’ll also discover how to integrate employees’ private mobile devices into your corporate network.

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Average Rating: 3.3333333333333335 out of 5 rating Based on 3 Ratings

"Also used it to upgrade from 2008R2 to 2012" - by farmkittie on 09-FEB-2014
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Read this one in a couple of days. Well written and useful.
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"Perfect if you want a fast upgrade from Win2008 R2" - by Anonymous on 13-DEC-2012
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Despite a few problems (ex: Mirror requires 3 disks not 2 but is it an MS bug or author error ???) the book contains not too much "click this" and "click that" (which I hate).

It's an excellent knowledge upgrade from Win2008 R2. If, however, you are upgrading from 2003 the step might be higher.

The book is concise, no BS (except perhaps, with regards to PowerShell which is the crapiest invention from the MS Aspergers).

The Storage Spool (with software RAID) and the DAC features, 2 new useful features , are well explained (and is a great feature from the MS Einsteins ;-). The former for small business, ans the latter for huge organizations with "zillions" of rules.

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