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Microsoft Small Business Specialist Primer & 70-282 Exam Preparation Guide (featuring Windows Small Business Server 2003)

by: Harry Brelsford; Beatrice Mulzer

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Publisher: SMB Nation,15.7.2005

Category: Small Business Level:

ISBN: 097485803X
ISBN13: 9780974858036

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Use the world's first book to profile Microsoft's new Small Business Specialist
partner program to 'get on the train' and improve your station in life as a small-medium business
(SMB) consultant focused on Windows Small Business Server 2003 (SBS). This book tells
you all you need to know to become a Small Business Specialist! All of the prerequisite
certification exams and the sales assessment are covered in an 'exam cram' format to help
you 'FAST PASS' your testing requirements.
Special emphasis is placed on the 70-282 'Designing, Deploying,
and Managing a Network Solution for a Small- and Medium-Sized Business.' Don't delay - use
this SMB and SBS networking book to increase your financial net worth TODAY!

Outline:
Section I: Overview
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Small Business Specialist

Section II: Exam 70-282
Chapter 3: Analyzing the Existing Environment
Chapter 4: Designing a Business Technology Solution for a Small- or Medium-Size Business
Chapter 5: Installing Windows Small Business Server 2003
Chapter 6: Securing Windows Small Business Server 2003
Chapter 7: Configuring Windows Small Business Server 2003
Chapter 8: Supporting and Maintaing Windows Small Business Server 2003
Chapter 9: Expanding the Windows Small Business Server 2003 Network
Chapter 10: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2003

Section III: Additional Exam\Assessment
Chapter 11: Exam 74-134: Pre-installing Microsoft Products using the OEM Pre-installation Kit
Chapter 12: Small Business Sales and Marketing Skills Assessment

Appendix A: SBS 2003 Resources
Appendix B: More SNMP Stuff
Appendix C: Third-Party 70-282 Viewpoints

IMPORTANT: Each 70-282 exam chapter contains at least ten (10) practice exam questions and detailed answers!

BONUS: When you register your book, you will receive MORE PRACTICE EXAM
QUESITIONS online and a PDF-based e-book version (starting August 1st) PLUS a BONUS
CHAPTER!

About the Authors
Beatrice Mulzer is the leading USA Small Business Server (SBS) Hands-on Lab instructor
and a real world experienced SBS consultant. She hold the MCT, MCSE titles and writes
columns for Reseller Advocate Magazine and CERTIFICATION Magazine. She was a
contributing author in the Advanced Windows Small Business Server 2003 Best Practices
book. Beatrice also conducts workshops for SMB Nation.

Harry Brelsford is a long-
time SBS consultant who was worked with the SBS product SINCE INCEPTION in early 1997 and
has since gone on to author 12-book focused on Small-Medium Business (SMB) and SBS
topics. He is the CEO of SMB Nation and speaks in over 60-worldwide cities per year
with his popular one-day workshop. His annual fall conference is held in Redmond Washington
where over 500 readers gathers to celebrate SMB and SBS at Microsoft! Harry holds te
MCSE, MCT titles and an MBA. He has published over 200 articles and columns and was
previously a contributing editor at Microsoft Certified Professional
(MCP) Magazine.