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RTW of two new Infrastructure Planning and Design Guides: File Services and Print Services

RTW of two new Infrastructure Planning and Design Guides: File Services and Print Services

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Planning and Designing Away For those of you who may not be aware of these, the IPD Guides (Infrastructure Planning and Design Guides) are a series of guides that can help you with your planning.  And your design. 

“Of your Infrastructure?”

You got it.

And today the team that makes ‘em announced that two new Windows Server 2008 guides have been released.  From the IPD Overview Page:

  • Windows Server 2008 File Services

    This guide provides the basic building blocks upon which many other infrastructure services are based. Enjoy peace of mind in knowing that all critical phases of the plan are included, allowing you to establish a good foundation for future expansion. Download this guide now.

  • Windows Server 2008 Print Services

    The goal of this guide is to enable you to strategically plan your print infrastructure. By analyzing your printing needs, you will be able to design print servers with sufficient memory and spooler capacity. Efficiently designing printer pools can help you avoid problems before they begin, erase performance bottlenecks, and serve your customers more reliably. Download this guide now.

  • Windows Server 2008 File Services This guide provides the basic building blocks upon which many other infrastructure services are based. Enjoy peace of mind in knowing that all critical phases of the plan are included, allowing you to establish a

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