SBS 2011 Configuring Certification Guide (70-169)

This book came to me via one of the authors initially. Fellow Australian SMB IT Pro members, Robert Crane and Drew Hills combined their talents to write this guide on everything you need to know to pass the 70-169 Microsoft certification exam. The ebook comes in at over 200 pages and if packed full of good stuff that you’ll need to help you pass the 70-169 exam. Robert and Drew have paid particular attention to detail to ensure that they can be as accurate as possible with every aspect of the book.

The book starts off with an overview of SBS from the beginning through to the 2011 Standard Edition and also includes a brief overview of the SBSC community. The rest of the book is laid out with the information you need on a chapter by chapter basis along with some test questions that are similar to those you will see in the exam itself. All in all, this is a pretty well put together guide on how to pass the 70-169 exam. I’d recommend it if you don’t do SBS on a regular basis and want to ensure that you are well equipped to sit the 70-169 exam. Heck – it’s even good if you don’t plan to sit the exam as it exposes a few hard earned real world points of experience as well.

You can buy the book direct from Packt Publishing here

Well done to Robert and Drew on this achievement – writing a book is no easy feat.

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3 Responses to “SBS 2011 Configuring Certification Guide (70-169)”

  1. Robert Crane Says:

    August 7th, 2012 at 9:24 pm

    Wayne, appreciate the kind words and you taking the time to post a review.


  2. John Krikke Says:

    August 8th, 2012 at 7:22 am

    Wayne: Looks like a great book that will assist me in my pursuit of the new Small Business Competency – and allow me to skill up my new staff members as well.

  3. Mike Gentile Says:

    November 5th, 2012 at 11:24 am

    Just wondering if both copies were given away, as I am about to start a new job and as this will be the main focus, a copy of this would be very handy.


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