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Windows Server 2008 is due for release on February 29, and as with most Microsoft releases, the fanfare from Seattle can be heard worldwide. Will it do what you want it to? What skills do you need? Is it any good?

Register Books has a range of online learning courses with the latest information out of Redmond on this new server release and are offering these courses at 20 per cent* off the retail price. With all of these products accessible directly online (i.e. no shipping cost), within approximately ten minutes of completing your order you could be discovering the pluses (and minuses!) of Windows Server 2008 today.

Note: All of the content contained in the online courses listed below is based upon a pre-released version of Windows. Purchasers of this content will automatically receive updated content based upon the final release of Windows Server 2008 when it becomes available, at no additional charge.

* Offer correct at time of going to press. Offer covers selected titles only. Terms and Conditions apply. ®

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