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I bought this a few months ago, but it is disappointing as a reference because it lacks detail at the right level and isn’t geared to practical problem-solving. The powerShell side is rudimentary. It needs more good useful scripts that the user can run.
I didn't expect a deep dive on the windows server 2019 architecture but I was really impressed with the spread of topics covered both with server administration as well as on the PowerShell scripting side. Is excellent for beginners but a bit elementary for those of us who have some industry experience.
The author does an amazing job of easily laying down the concepts and the requisite knowledge needed to really know what you are doing. I really enjoy the way she describes the subjects and goes into just enough detail to ensure you can confidently proceed with your job, but not so much that it becomes overwhelming (as with other books). This has been a resource that stays open at my desk nearly all the time and I couldn't be more satisfied with the content. Highly recommended.
Surprisingly good, for a Dummies book on such a broad topic. One of few Server 2019 books available at time when I bought it, great for getting familiar with Windows Server 2019, just don't let coworkers catch you with a Dummies book!
Just like my previous purchase - this book is really good, albeit quite long. Things like storage management, PowerShell etc are really nicely explained. But at the same time, PowerShell lacks punch - more advanced examples would really be good. Overall, happy with my purchase.