This book represents a mighty effort from an extremely knowledgeable consultant in Microsoft operating systems. It also makes a good attempt (whether intentionally or not) at bridging the gap between UNIX and Windows administrative skillsets. This book should appeal to both Windows administrators and UNIX people wishing to find out something about SW2003. Speaking personally, I found this book game me almost all I needed to administer my department?s new WS2003 domain controllers. Cheers Mitch.? - ? Steven-Ashley Woltering, Ping Dec/Jan
From the Publisher
Microsoft has introduced the right server for a world now dominated by highly distributed systems and web-based server applications, and O'Reilly Windows Server 2003 in a Nutshell is the most thorough and practical reference to this important new server. With complete coverage of both the GUI and Command line features, functions and commands, as well as tips and notes detailing subtle points and potential "gotchas", this book will quickly earn a permanent place on your desk top.