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- Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (January 1, 2013)
- Publication Date: January 1, 2013
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- Language: English
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Exam 70-410 Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 [Print Replica] Kindle Edition
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Thus far I'm not very happy with my purchase since my intent was for self-study (Not instructor led, must have missed that part). Instead I got a clone that appears to be less than desirable than the original (at least for me..)? Maybe this is normal with publishers/microsoft certs.. with the same cert material licensed to a conglomerate of publishers.
Wonder if this is a copyright issue?
DO NOT BUY!!!!!!
Big waste of money
I'm also an evening instructor at a Technical College who's taught CCNA (ICND 1 and 2), Configuring Windows 7 (Exam 70-680) this course, Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 (Exam 70-410), as well as a number of other Cisco and Microsoft Courses.
Through out the '90s I also taught meteorology, celestial navigation and a collection of Sailor's Arts courses. So I'm quite familiar with good and bad technical texts.
Also, I've been working with domains since OS/2 version 1.2 back in the early '90s and I haven't found many factual errors in this book.
And I was surprised by the negative reviews this book has received.
I've found that this book and its accompanying lab manual fit the needs of instructor-led training beautifully. And I think this book's pedagogical features described below make it excellent for exam cramming too.
I have seen horrible books of this type.
But I commend Craig Zacker on a job very well done for his work on this book.
Also, in response to another reviewer's valid complaint about answers to questions, as an instructor at a recognized institution who's registered as an instructor on wiley.com, I have access to the answers to the questions. So the answers *do* exist in electronic form. So I'd say one way this book could be improved would be to make these answers available more freely.
But I hope you get a chance to page through this book and make up your own mind.
I think that if you take a bit of time to get familiar with its layout and features, you'll find that it's excellent.Read more ›
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The only issue I had is that the Microsoft Logo on the side of the book is an off white but otherwise it was a good buy and arrived early.Published 1 month ago by Jonathan W. Sonsteng
It didn't keep me interested...it might be good for the highly motivated.Published 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book has a lot of wrong information not to mention it contradicts it's self. I ended up using technet a lot more than this bookPublished 22 months ago by Ulises
Well, I didn't know that this was a text book when I ordered it and that could be my fault. I haven't found where you can get the answers to the chapter questions with having the... Read morePublished on December 31, 2013 by Scott H Parish
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