Back to school reading list for Windows pros

Are you confused by Active Directory? Overwhelmed by PowerShell? Don't fret. Our expert compiled five books that can help you better understand several Windows technologies.

Top five books for Windows admins

ActiveDirectory

From Windows Active Directory basics to PowerShell recipes, our expert, Serdar Yegulalp, has compiled a list of five books that Windows professionals should own.

Not only are these books current, but they also explain crucial topics from the ground up. They are not definitive or all-inclusive -- new editions come out all the time –- but they do encompass a large chunk of the most valuable knowledge worth having as a Windows professional.

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This was first published in August 2010
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