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Beginner Recourses for Networking

I have been doing desktop support for approx a year and a half. and now share an office with our "network team" staff since the server closet is also connected to our office. what books or recourses can a super newbie like me get my feet wet with? the stuff these guys speak of sound really interesting (clearing server space, tape backups, ilo's, switches, ip's, active directory, permissions). they appear to do mostly network admin stuff but i've seen them add/remove some servers and it all looks amazing!
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You mentioned lots of stuff there. Some of what you mentioned is networking yes. Active directory and permissions is something different for example as well as storage.

I would suggest one at a time because you will get confused.

What would I do, is read a bit about storage, Active directory and networking and chose the most exciting to start with. I would for networking.

Good Luck!
The books i can suggest you should read is Matering windows server 2003 or 2008 to get more information about active directory if you can get training videos like cbt or trainsignal that would be great and you google your exitment if you want to know stuff

Good Luck all the best
AdrielEAuthor Commented:
thanks found a bunch of tutorial video's and pdf's that will hopefully help me move forward. cbt is great i started reviewing it last night thanks so much!
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