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Mastering Windows Server 2012 R2 [Format Kindle]

Mark Minasi , Kevin Greene , Christian Booth , Robert Butler , John McCabe , Robert Panek , Michael Rice , Stefan Roth
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Check out the new Hyper-V, find new and easier ways to remotely connect back into the office, or learn all about Storage Spaces—these are just a few of the features in Windows Server 2012 R2 that are explained in this updated edition from Windows authority Mark Minasi and a team of Windows Server experts led by Kevin Greene. This book gets you up to speed on all of the new features and functions of Windows Server, and includes real-world scenarios to put them in perspective. If you're a system administrator upgrading to, migrating to, or managing Windows Server 2012 R2, find what you need to do the job in this complete resource.

Learn all about:

  • Installing or upgrading to and managing Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Understanding Microsoft NIC teams 2012 and PowerShell
  • Setting up via GUI or updated Server Core 2012
  • Migrating, merging, and modifying your Active Directory
  • Managing address spaces with IPAM
  • Understanding new shared storage, storage spaces, and better tools
  • Controlling access to file shares—a new and improved approach
  • Using and administering Remote Desktop, Virtual Desktop, and Hyper-V®

Quatrième de couverture

Your One–Stop Resource on Windows Server 2012 R2

Check out the new Hyper–V, find new and easier ways to remotely connect back into the office, or learn all about Storage Spaces these are just a few of the features in Windows Server 2012 R2 that are explained in this updated edition from Windows authority Mark Minasi and a team of Windows Server experts. This book gets you up to speed on all of the new features and functions of Windows Server and includes real–world scenarios to put them in perspective. If you′re a system administrator upgrading to, migrating to, or managing Windows Server 2012 R2, find what you need to do the job in this complete resource.

Coverage includes:

  • Installing or upgrading to and managing Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Understanding Microsoft NIC teams 2012 and PowerShell
  • Setting up via GUI or updated Server Core 2012
  • Migrating, merging, and modifying your Active Directory
  • Managing address spaces with IPAM
  • Understanding new shared storage, storage spaces, and better tools
  • Controlling access to file shares a new and improved approach
  • Using and administering Remote Desktop, Virtual Desktop, and Hyper–V®

Plan, Install, and Manage Windows Server 2012 R2

Learn Tips and How–Tos from Windows Guru Mark Minasi and a Team of Experts

Discover What′s New in Active Directory and PowerShell

Virtualize, Virtualize, Virtualize with Improved Hyper–V and VDI

Take Storage Management to the Next Level with Storage Tiering

Reinforce Your Skills with Real–World Examples


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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Valeur sure 1 février 2014
Par JF TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS
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Mark Minasi écrit sur Windows depuis... NT 3.51, et déjà à l'époque il connaissait son boulot. Clair, précis, qui permet de comprendre pas mal de concepts. La version 2012R2 est un pavé de 1500 pages environ (je sens que la prochaine version sera une version kindle...), dont pas mal sont consacrées à Active Directory et au stockage, qui évolue avec la génération 2012/2012R2.
A mon sens, il manque quelques sujets, dont un chapitre dédié à certificate services, ce qui est d'autant plus curieux qu'ADFS est lui bien décrit.

Mais cela reste une valeur sûre pour qui veut architecturer et exploiter au mieux Windows server
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Qualité du livre 15 janvier 2015
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Bonjour,

Etant passionné d'informatique, je suis les ouvrages de Mr Minasi avec grande attention.
J'ai réussi à me fournir un sample du livre au format PDF, sample avec captures en couleur. J'ai foncé pour acheter le bouquin, mais encore une fois, du noir et blanc... Je suis déçu :(
Je ne critique nullement la qualité des informations du livre qui est une mine d'or, juste la qualité des captures :(
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Windows Server 2012 R2 21 janvier 2014
Par Kaven Marenger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
Mark Minasi is the best author to explains complicated stuff in a fun and easy way... when you read the book everything is well explained not boring or dull like Windows server 2012 Inside out... you learn things well the right way and it's explained clearly you get the whole picture on things and can grow from there... I bought the digital copy and god do I hate kindle for pc but the book is amazing you'll learn a lot of subject and some powershell I invite you to check the table of content you can see that stuff free and read a few chapters, the way the book is priced so low for the way things are written it's really not expensive because it's done so well the whole package etc if your new to server that's the best book to get, because you'll learn about the concept and the why and this and that the stuff others author sometimes hide from you, that's why his experience and the great team who wrote the book come in, in the quality etc you don't waste your time with stuffs that doesn't matters or I mean who aren't as important as the main stuff like hyper-v and Learning about the new things in R2 and server role etc by that I mean stuffs like bcedit or hardware like in Windows server Inside out you waste pages after page about beginner stuff etc this book got meat in it you'll really learn and go deep

am from quebec and my English isn't perfect so excuse me

have a nice day

Kaven
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Book, Not the best for MCSA/MCSE, lacks in powershell. 11 août 2014
Par MetalHorse442 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This is a great book with a lot of really good insight. As an admin I have learned a lot from this book, but to those studying MCSA/MCSE be warned, this book is lacking in terms of powershell. The Microsoft Press training guides for the exams is much more through in these areas. That said, this book nicely supplements the training guides, I definitely highly recommend this book, but if you are going to be taking the cert tests, don't rely solely on this book or you will find yourself short changed on powershell knowledge when you sit the exam.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Use Microsoft Technet Instead 13 mars 2015
Par Kevin C - Publié sur Amazon.com
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2 stars really, I give it 3 so people might actually read the review instead of discarding it as an outlier or statistically insignificant. I purchased this book because of the awesome reviews such as "the only book you need to Master 2012....."

I found this NOT to be the case. There are many typos including typos in scripts, really frustrating if you are not already a vbscript / PowerShell expert that can catch the syntax errors on first sight. By the way I have the physical book and the ebook, and its not formatting errors in publishing that were the issue with scripts, it was actually syntax errors in the example scripts. After 4 hours of wrestling with WinRm or image files and then realizing at midnight it's bad script examples in this book....well....pretty frustrating. It's like my Calc 2 class that was taught by a first year grad student.....you really want your money back, it's really disappointing, you are not getting what you paid for.

I found the book disjointed and not ...contiguous. It seems to me that it was written and published in a hurry and it leaves out a lot of detail that, if you are purchasing this book, you will want. There are entire paragraphs that are duplicated back to back, major editing and publishing errors, and it has not been edited for technical accuracy. In addition, like other reviewers have said, the book is not up to date with 2012-R2 technology!!! The authors say as much, they tell you they were half way through writing it for 2012 before they were told to change it to include 2012R2.

There is a big disconnect between details in this book on a particular topic and the questions you will get on the 70-410 and 70-411. I don't need detailed instructions on a basic windows install which this book has, but leaves out important details on harder topics such as, zero touch, answer files, .wim, etc. Microsoft isn't going to test you on how to put a CD in your drive and click next a few times but you will be tested on preparing a custom image in entirety including writing custom answer files, activation, and using said images and kits to deploy over the network or "pushing out an installation". The 3 examples I just listed on install and deployment, well, I got two multiple-part questions on the 70-410 in this area and this book has almost no information on them. (To be fair none of the non-Microsoft books have these details.)

I buy books so that experts can guide me through the tough topics.....give me an understanding I might not gleam on my own....stuff I can't find in installed help. I just don't see how this book fits into studies for a professional certification; not enough details to get you through the 70-410 or 70-411 and not enough background /theory to be a good intro book. It's not like it's a gap filler either, there's no secrets or tips in this book you won't get elsewhere. I did a Server install pre-2008 a while back with little help and only a 24-hour Sam's guide. This book is at that level but is much longer and not as efficient. It might help you do a simple install and configure for say a real small business, but it will not help you pass the certifications.

I expected more from a book with "mastering" in the title that clocks in at 1600 pages - this thing has a ton of filler. It would be a better buy if they: remove filler material; half the price; take mastering out of the title; and maybe Sybex could hire an editor and have them look it over before it is published, just saying, most of us expect a book to have been edited. Also, a 1600 page softcover, not easy to read or handle.

You may be thinking, as I was, there aren't really any good books out there on 2012R2... and this one has the most good reviews... so I'll buy this one too because I really want to be thorough...... WRONG.

***Use TechNet Instead*** Save your money! In fact some of the material in this book is straight from the TechNet website, which is free and fairly well organized. I'll try to make this more clear....everything in this book is on TechNet but only a fraction of the material on the TechNet website is in this book......you will have to use TechNet anyways. I lost track of how many times the book refers the reader to the TechNet website.....maybe every 10 pages or so.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Server 2012 R2 book with too many references to Server 2012 that should really be rewritten 18 novembre 2014
Par A. Cabrera - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché
So unfortunately, this book is a weird mix of Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2. So instead of talking about PowerShell 4.0 or IIS 8.5 it still references PS 3 and IIS 8. So the authors didn't do a complete rewrite of the book for R2 and instead added intros based on R2, which makes it a terrible reference book.

It's a shame because I can see why so many other people like the book, it's a good read but I can't recommend it. When I look for IT books I always look for later releases and it's a shame this book has such a high average review, with such a disconnect? I can't even find a "Mastering Windows Server 2012" that reviewers could be confusing it with...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Only one book you need for Windows 2012 15 mars 2014
Par Sungpill - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Since Windows 2003, when I study MCSE or Windows Server, This is the only book I go and pick up, never look at other books. There is very unique style of Mark Minasi's book, which other books don't dare to. He simply puts everything you have to know about Windows Server, but don't make it complicate. You can just read from page 1 to the end without sitting with your PC to try because it has all the screen shots for step-by-step, but also doesn't miss to go deeper to the subject either.
But this time, I worried how he would put everything, step-by-step, GUI, Powershell all together in one book, it never disappointed throughout the book.
This is the only single book you would ever need to master windows 2012. Some subjects are left, but it guides you how to start studying more about it. It's not like other books I read, 'ok I'm tired, have no paper to put all, probably it's going to be another book to cover'. He covers as much as he can from beginning to end, then if you ever need more detail depending on your interest of subject, you can start researching based on his recommendation point.

The book is organized very well;

1st part, he explains the technology, why we need it, what it does, whether it's new or upgraded, sometimes history from the origin,

2nd part is a summary of step-by-step ordered list, usually 3-5 steps, what you should do to implement in a big picture,

then 3rd part is, more detailed actual step-by-step. This is really good breakdown of step-by-step to two parts. Sometimes, even though you follow step-by-step, after you finish it, you easily can't remember the big picture of what you have done because it's too many steps, your memory is limited. This book knows it, so it first gives you the 3-5 ordered list of steps what the next detailed steps are, then cover detailed steps with screenshots deeper and deeper actually to implement it.

The 4th part is powershell. You know the technology the chapter covered, actual detailed steps to implement, now you want to do in cmdlet or script. I noticed he also even brings up non-powershell commands equivalent if it's worth, again not in a way mixing up and making you complicate. I could feel that the book is very careful not doing it throughout the book.

Final part is, bottomline, it gives you to refresh yourself saying 'don't forget this big picture!'. And thanks for no labs.I hate useless long labs just reordering things and ask me 'prove me you read it!' Actually all labs are already in step-by-step. It's your choice you visualize your testing environment.

Also, each subject such as active directory, remote access, VPN, others are covered in advanced at latter chapters, so you can refresh yourself and step up more.

It's really well organized book,It won't allow you to forget what you read at the end.
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