IT Administrator's Top 10 Introductory Scripts for Windows

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Charles River Media, 2004 - Computers - 424 pages
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The IT Administrator's Top 10 Introductory Scripts for Windows helps administrators learn, and quickly implement, new scripting tools to increase productivity and reduce redundancy. It teaches readers scripting basics by explaining and breaking down real-world examples, and focuses on harnessing scripting power for IT systems administrators and systems engineers. The book is built around 10 fully-functional scripts that will help IT administrators manage their environment right "out of the box." Administrators also learn the strategies and tactics surrounding the development and implementation of these real-world scripts. Additionally, the chapters cover hypothetical, real-world business needs and explain how to map a script-based solution, including a discussion of the preferred language, tools, and technologies.

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IT Administrator's Top Ten Introductory Scripts for Windows (Administrator's Advantage Series)

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Here are two new books on Windows scripting. After several introductory chapters explaining the subject in general, Top 10 presents ten practical problems and walks readers step by step through ... Read full review

About the author (2004)

Jeff Fellinge (Bellevue, WA) is the Information Security Officer at a Quantive, Inc. He has contributed to numerous magazines