MCSE: SQL Server 2000 Administration : Study Guide

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-- The essential guides for those preparing for their MCSE exams. Packed with real-world information, the Study Guides map directly to the Microsoft objectives.
-- Plan your course of study with an assessment exam, and test your progress as you move through the books with review questions at the end of each chapter. Also includes a practice exam at the end.
-- CD includes the practice exam and a bonus exam appearing only on the CD, both in Microsoft's new adaptive format. Includes flashcards for your PC and Palm device, plus the entire book and the Dictionary of Networking in searchable PDF format.

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Lance Mortensen is MCSE, MCT, and Oracle certified. He is the author of many certification titles, including "OCP: Oracle8i DBO Study Guide" and the best-selling "MCSE: SQL Server 7 Administration Study Guide," both from Sybex.

Joseph L. Jorden, MCSE, MCT, CCNA, CCDA, is an independent consultant who has been administering databases for over seven years. He is co-author of "Mastering SQL Server 2000,"

Rick Sawtell is an MCT and MCSD specializing in Windows 95/98, Access, SQL Server, and Visual Basic. He is co-author of numerous Sybex Study Guides, including "MCSE: Windows 98," "MCSE: SQL Server 7 Administration," and "MCSE: Systems Management Server 1.2,

Sawtell is an MCT and MCSD specializing in Windows 95/98, Access, SQL Server, and Visual Basic.

Joseph L. Jorden, MCTS, MCSE, has been administering and developing databases for the last twelve years. Currently he is the Lead Developer for the Jelly Belly Candy Company.

Dandy Weyn, MCTS, MCSE, MCSA, MCDBA, MCDST, MCITP, is an independent SQL Server technologist based in Belgium, who delivers training and consultancy all over the world. He is a frequent speaker at Microsoft seminars and has more than ten years experience with relational databases in enterprise environments.

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