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Question: Is there any easy book you can recommend to help me learn more about Macintosh OS X server? The IT Guy says: Most of Apple’s newer software options have shipped “rather thin” on paper documentation, but with robust online help guides. If you cannot find information about a specific task or
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Question: Is there any easy book you can recommend to help me learn more about Macintosh OS X server?

The IT Guy says:
Most of Apple’s newer software options have shipped “rather thin†on paper documentation, but with robust online help guides. If you cannot find information about a specific task or operation in the online help built into your Mac, you might try using Apple’s free Server Resources.

If you really want to buy a book on OS X Server, “Mac OS X Server Administrator's Guide†is a good choice.

If you are interested specifically in the QuickTime streaming server functionality of Mac OS X server, “QuickTime for the Web†is an excellent choice also.

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