Windows Server 2008 Resources (E-learning, E-Book, Hands-on labs, Skills transitioning courses)


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Windows Server 2008 Resources (E-learning, E-Book, Hands-on labs, Skills transitioning courses)

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It's for all Microsoft developers, enthusists!! 

 

Windows Server 2008 Release Candidate helps IT professionals to increase the flexibility and reliability of their server infrastructure while offering developers a more robust web and applications platform for building connected applications and services.

 

To download the RC1 Enterprise 64 bit only with the Hyper-V Beta, go to

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=8F22F69E-D1AF-49F0-8236-2B742B354919&displaylang=en

 

Other Windows Server 2008 Resources: 

Free Windows Server 2008 e-book offer and Microsoft Press newsletter

This e-book includes excerpts from two recent publications from Microsoft Press:

Introducing Windows Server 2008 by Mitch Tulloch with the Microsoft Windows Server Team (ISBN: 9780735624214)
This e-book covers Windows Server virtualization, managing Windows Server 2008, Active Directory, Terminal Services, and failover clustering.

Microsoft Windows PowerShell Step by Step by Ed Wilson (ISBN: 9780735623958)
This e-book includes an overview of Windows PowerShell, using Windows PowerShell cmdlets, and leveraging PowerShell providers.

Additional chapters from Introducing Windows Server 2008 will be added periodically, so be sure to come back and read more from expert Mitch Tulloch and the Windows Server team.

Register to get the free e-book offer, and sign up for the Microsoft Press Book Connection newsletter.

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Microsoft E-Learning 

Collection 5934: Introducing Windows Server 2008—free for a limited time!
This online learning collection of clinics introduces the new features and functionality in Windows Server 2008. The clinics cover server virtualization, security and policy management, branch office management, centralized application access, and server management. You can take the entire collection of clinics, or just the clinics that interest you.

Clinic 5935: Introducing Server Virtualization in Windows Server 2008

Clinic 5936: Introducing Security and Policy Management in Windows Server 2008

Clinic 5937: Introducing Branch Office Management in Windows Server 2008

Clinic 5938: Introducing Centralized Application Access in Windows Server 2008

Clinic 5939: Introducing Server Management in Windows Server 2008

 

Collection 6041: Upgrading Your Windows Server 2003 MCSE Technical Skills to Windows Server 2008

Get a head start on Windows Server 2008. Now is the time to upgrade your technical skills on Windows Server 2008 with Microsoft E-Learning Collection 6041, including access to virtual labs.

Special limited time offer! Sign up for this collection now and get free registration for three upgrade collections on Networking, Active Directory, and Application Platform Services as they become available.

Course 6042: Installing and Managing Windows Server 2008 (Beta)

Course 6043: Implementing Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server 2008 (Beta)

Course 6044: Implementing Active Directory Identities and Access in Windows Server 2008 (Beta)

Course 6045: Managing Internet Information Services 7.0 and Windows Media Server in Windows Server 2008 (Beta)

Course 6046: Implementing Network Infrastructure Services in Windows Server 2008 (Beta)

Course 6047: Implementing Network Access Protection in Windows Server 2008 (Beta)

Course 6048: Implementing Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008 (Beta)

Course 6049: Implementing a Storage Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008 (Beta)

Course 6050: Implementing Security in Windows Server 2008 (Beta)

Course 6051: Implementing High Availability and Virtualization in Windows Server 2008 (Beta)

 

Classroom training

Classroom training is designed to help you transition your skills and build expertise on Windows Server 2008 with world-class learning content. In this section, you will find both first-look courses as well as skills-transitioning courses.

First-look courses and hands-on labs

These 90-minute clinics and accompanying hands-on labs target specific scenarios on Windows Server 2008 to help you prepare for Windows Server 2008 certification.

Course 6400: First Look: Getting Started with Centralized Application Access in Windows Server 2008

Course 6401: First Look: Getting Started with Centralized Application Access in Windows Server 2008 Hands-On Lab

Course 6402: First Look: Getting Started with Branch Office Management in Windows Server 2008

Course 6403: First Look: Getting Started with Branch Office Management in Windows Server 2008 Hands-On Lab

Course 6404: First Look: Getting Started with High Availability in Windows Server 2008

Course 6405: First Look: Getting Started with High Availability in Windows Server 2008 Hands-On Lab

Course 6406: First Look: Getting Started with Security and Policy Control in Windows Server 2008

Course 6407: First Look: Getting Started with Security and Policy Control in Windows Server 2008 Hands-On Lab

Course 6408: First Look: Getting Started with Server Management in Windows Server 2008

Course 6409: First Look: Getting Started with Server Management in Windows Server 2008 Hands-On Lab

Course 6410: First Look: Getting Started with Server Virtualization in Windows Server 2008

Course 6411: First Look: Getting Started with Server Virtualization in Windows Server 2008 Hands-On Lab

Course 6412: First Look: Getting Started with Web and Applications Platform Technologies in Windows Server 2008

Course 6413: First Look: Getting Started with Web and Applications Platform Technologies in Windows Server 2008 Hands-On Lab

Skills transitioning courses

These three-day classroom sessions are designed to help Microsoft Certified Systems Administrators (MCSAs) and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers (MCSEs) transition their skills from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008.

Course 6415: Updating Your Network Infrastructure Technology Skills to Windows Server 2008

Course 6416: Updating Your Active Directory Technology Skills to Windows Server 2008

Course 6417: Updating Your Application Platform Technology Skills to Windows Server 2008

Course 6418: Deploying Windows Server 2008

If you are interested in building a Learning Plan for 2008, here is the place.

http://learning.microsoft.com/manager/LearningPlanV2.aspx?resourceId=%7b5c72c6e4-9848-46b7-a7e5-3b4bd54196cd%7d&clang=en-US

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