- Paperback: 784 pages
- Publisher: Microsoft Press (January 19, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0735624062
- ISBN-13: 978-0735624061
- Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 2 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 7 customer reviews
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Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 Resource Kit
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About the Author
Jeremy Buch is a Software Development Lead in the Real-Time Collaboration Group at Microsoft, where he has worked for the last seven years. Jeremy has been involved in the development of the Microsoft Exchange Conferencing Server, Microsoft Exchange Instant Messaging since 1998, and all versions of Microsoft Office Live Communications Server since the team was created in 2000.
Jochen Kunert is a Program Manager on the Office Communications Server team in the Unified Communications Group at Microsoft Headquarters in Redmond, WA, USA. As one of the founders of a Switzerland-based company named media-streams.com, he joined Microsoft as a result of the acquisition of this company by Microsoft in October 2005.
Rui Maximo is a lead program manager working on Office Communicator Web Access Server. He s been working in the Unified Communications Group since Live Communications Server 2003. Since joining this group, he s worked on Active Directory® schema extensions, migration from Exchange 2000 IM, defining supported topologies, designing Microsoft Management Console, WMI, LCSSync, Microsoft Operations Manager Pack, and worked on VoIP.
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Just having the tools and OCS PowerShell scripts in one place is handy, but what makes the *book* a great buy is the content around the tools and scripts. The book is neatly organized by different scenarios, and show each of the reskit tools *as appropriate for each scenario*. That's a big help, because there are many useful tools and scripts here, but identifying which one(s) to use would take a lot of effort without this focus.
The material itself is structured so that it's easy to find high level information, but has deeper information embedded. It's easy to get right to the practical information while skipping over the deeper technical content if you don't need it, but it's easy to find and dig into that deeper material if you *do* need it.
Because of the organization and solid content, you don't have to read the whole book to get a lot of value. When I needed specific information about the changes from LCS (the previous generation of OCS), or when I needed to figure out the best tools tools to use for the *new* scenarios, I got practical guidance, quickly, on the appropriate techniques and tools.
Best of all, the book is filled with detailed and interesting side bars from experts, both within the Microsoft product team and from outside experts with extensive real world deployment and configuration experience. They were so much fun, I found myself skimming the rest of the book, just to read these sidebars.