The Windows Server User Assistance for Networking (WSUAN) writing team is always looking for feedback from you. We want to ensure that the current documentation that is published is correct, complete, and effective. We are also very interested in what you would like to see for networking documentation in future versions of Windows.
You can give us feedback in the following ways:
· To provide feedback on a specific topic on the TechNet Web site or MSDN Web site (such as to report a technical inaccuracy or typographical error), click Click to Rate and Give Feedback just above the topic text. Optionally rate the topic with 1 to 5 stars, and then type your feedback in the Give feedback on this content text box. This feedback gets forwarded to the writer that owns the specific topic.
· To provide feedback on a specific topic on the MSDN Web site, you can also click Send comments about this topic to Microsoft at the bottom of the page. In the e-mail message, type your feedback, including screen shots, figures, and attached files, and then click Send. This feedback gets forwarded to the writer that owns the specific topic. Some people prefer to give their feedback as e-mail because it allows them more flexibility in formatting and including information other than text.
· Send an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Writers monitor this e-mail address for messages about documentation issues for all Windows Server topics.
To add your content to a specific topic on the TechNet or MSDN Web sites (such as a technical tidbit, workaround, or a link to a helpful resource), click Add new content in the Community Content section at the bottom of the page. Sign in with your Windows Live ID and then type a title, the content, and optional tags in the fields provided at the bottom of the page. Click Submit when you are done. After your submission is reviewed, it is published as part of the content of the page (look Mom, I’m published! :>).
We hope to hear from you soon.
Joe DaviesPrincipal Technical WriterWindows Server Networking Documentation Team
Today was my first day of booth duty at the Documentation and User Assistance booth at Tech Ed North