I understand that most networks will be Windows-based and run Active Directory. I noticed that there are books on Windows Server 2003/2000 and books on Active Directory, possibly signifying that Active Directory is important, complex, and powerful enough to deserve a whole book. In that note, would you recommend reading/studying an Active Directory book in an effort to "master" Active Directory?
Have any of you read or considered reading a book on Active Directory?
Would the in depth knowledge gained from such a book be useful when a complex Active Directory issue is encountered, or would such a book only reiterate Active Directory concepts covered with regular MCSE/MCSA books?
Thank you for your response.
Re: Active Directory books worth reading?
12 years 1 month ago #19854