SBS 2011 Study Guide Book–Competition!

I’ve had this on the back burner to do for a couple of weeks but a certain well known (and very nice!) MVP was doing something similar so I thought I’d wait for him to finish.

So what have I got?

Two copies of the e-book version for:

Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard, Configuring (70-169) Certification Guide

(MCTS): Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2011 Standard, Configuring (70-169) Certification Guide

Co-authored by Drew Hills who is an active contributor to the SMB IT Professional community in Australia and Robert Crane of the excellent CIAOPS blog and “Need to Know Podcast”.

The book focuses on the areas covered in the 70-169 exam for setting up and configuring SBS 2011 Standard. It’s a great resource to have.

I’ll be writing a review of the book once I’ve finished reading through it but in the meantime if you’d like a copy of your own:

Leave a comment detailing the lengths you’d go to just to get a copy of this book. Comments can be funny, silly, scary, crazy, sad, heart warming, whatever! Whichever entry entertains me the most will get the first copy and for the second copy I’ll literally pull a name out of hat

Closing date is 18th July.


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Andy Parkes is Technical Director at Coventry based IT support company IBIT Solutions. Formerly, coordinator of AMITPRO and Microsoft Partner Area Lead for 2012-2013. He also isn't a fan of describing himself in the third person.

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6 thoughts on “SBS 2011 Study Guide Book–Competition!

  • Because I might actually read it.
    Because I will give you a glowing review.
    Because it might just help me to pass the exam, and I need all the help that I can get.
    Because you want to give it to me.
    Because I am prepared to suck up so much that I posted a comment.

  • Because I know that SBS is going to be around forever, so this can be my bible.


  • It’ll come in really useful next year when I’m planning of powering my house solely on ‘On Premise’ training literature

  • Because, having already installed it several times, I should probably see how it should be done 😉

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