The SysAdmin Handbook – The Best of Simple-Talk

Of almost a hundred Simple-Talk articles on topics of interest to System Adminstrators, we've chosen the best and most popular ones for an essential collection that packs a great deal of information about common tasks for the working System Adminstrator.

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Over the past two years, Simple-Talk has published articles on a variety of SysAdmin topics, from Exchange to Virtualization, and including everything from PowerShell to Unified Messaging. We have brought the best of these articles together to form The SysAdmin Handbook. With over fifty articles packed into this book, it will be an essential reference for any Systems Administrator, whether you have years of experience or are just starting out.

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Articles Included in the Handbook:

  • Message Hygiene in Exchange Server 2007
  • Using Exchange 2007 for Resource Booking
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2007: Controlling Email Messages using Exchange’s Transport Rules
  • Exchange Database Technologies
  • Message Classifications in Exchange 2007
  • Deploying Exchange 2007 on Windows Server 2008
  • Reporting on Mobile Device Activity Using Exchange 2007 ActiveSync Logs
  • Online Exchange Backups
  • Optimizing Exchange Server 2007
  • Exchange Recovery Storage Groups
  • Exchange Email Addresses and the Outlook Address Cache
  • Goodbye Exchange ExMerge, Hello Export-Mailbox
  • Determining MS Exchange Disk Performance
  • Message Tracking in Exchange 2007
  • Emulating the Exchange 2003 RUS for Out-of-Band Mailbox Provisioning in Exchange 2007
  • Using Exchange 2007 Transport Rules to Protect the First Entry in the Address Book
  • An Introduction to Messaging Records Management
  • Restricting Outlook Client Versions in Exchange 2007
  • Exchange Backups on Windows Server 2008
  • Monitoring and Scheduling Exchange 2007 Database Online Maintenance
  • Exchange 2010 High Availability
  • Implementing Cluster Continuous Replication: Part 1
  • The Active Directory Recycle Bin in Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Using Group Policy to Restrict the Use of PST Files
  • Introduction to Exchange Server 2010
  • Implementing Windows Server 2008 File System Quotas
  • Implementing Cluster Continuous Replication: Part 2
  • Active Directory Management with PowerShell in Windows Server 2008 R2
  • Upgrade Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2010: Part 1
  • Customizing the Outlook Address Book
  • Virtual Exchange Servers
  • Virtualizing Exchange: Points for Discussion
  • Build Your Own Virtualized Test Lab
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Virtualizing Exchange Server: Part 1
  • Windows Server Virtualisation: Introduction to Hyper-V
  • Windows Server Virtualisation: Installing Hyper-V and Beyond
  • A Beginner’s Guide to Virtualizing Exchange Server: Part 2
  • Increasing the Availability of Virtualized Applications and Services

This article was commissioned by Red Gate Software, engineers of ingeniously simple tools for optimizing your Exchange email environment.
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