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Old 06-29-2012, 10:40 PM
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Hi. I hope you can help me. I started repairing pcs twelve years ago as a hobby, I am self taught and last couple of years I have had some courses done in pc repair. I manage six small schools. I now have been asked would I be interested in a taking over a large school. This school has a server windows 2003. It is causing a few problems and they are going to invest in windows 2008 server. My problem is that I am not up to speed with servers. I would be grateful if you could list sites that would be easy to learn about servers or would I be better not taking the job although I do like a challenge. Thanks.
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One of the sites I've returned to now and then...
http://www.petri.co.il/

Also
http://thelazyadmin.com/

I got into Microsoft Small Business Server fairly early and learned a lot just through that. I was fond of a series of books on SBS by Harry Brelsford..have gone to some of his conferences and met him.
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Thanks YeOldeStonecat, will check out that info
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