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The Network Documentation Workbook: A Guide for Windows Administrators (Consultant's Edition)

by: Karl Palachuk

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Retail Price: $179.99

Publisher: SMB Nation,30.6.2005

Category: NETWORK ADMINISTRATION Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 097709491X
ISBN13: 9780977094912

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Everyone knows you have to document your network, but everyone hates doing it! The Network Documentation Workbook will make this chore as easy as can be. The Network Documentation Workbook was developed by Karl W. Palachuk, a successful network consultant with 23 years of computer experience. In it, Karl presents the forms he has developed over the years to document his clients' networks. Whether you are a Network Administrator looking to document one domain, or a Professional Consultant looking for a standard approach to documenting dozens of networks, this workbook is for you.

Note: The book is available in two editions, the standard edition and the consultant's edition.

The Consultant's Edition comes with a CD that contains all forms in both Word and .PDF formats. It also includes a license so that consultants can customize the forms and document as many of their client's networks as they need.