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Does anyone have recommendations for books about the following:

Script writting for Workstation/Server
Tips & Tricks Winnt 4.0 workstation/server
Winnt Profiles

I'm new to this forum, so if I have missed answers to my question from earlier post, I apologize ahead of time. I do not wish to start a flame thread.
I am slated to go through the NT core classes this January, but am also on a project that requires more from me than I currently know. All help appreciated.

RE: Suggested Reading

"Windows NT Shell Scripting by Tim Hill" covers scripting with the built in NT batch language. It does not cover Kixtart or Perl (which you do get with the NT Resource Kit).

Mastering NT Workstation 4 (second edition) and Mastering NT Server 4 (sixth edition) by Mark Minasi both cover a lot of ground.

There is also a ton of information as www.jsiinc.com. Both tips and sample scripts.

There is a lot of information on how profiles behave in TechNet.

This should get you started.

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