Is 290 a solid path to fill knowledge gaps in Windows server?
I have the books from 290 and 291 and still have the 2003 OS's from them. I was wondering if just cruising through them and labbing them from start to finish with give you a nice high level knowledge set and fill in some knowledge gaps.I already own the books and I have been picking up the 290 book and been going through it lately. I have loaded 2003 on Virtual Desktop and configured the security settings, DHCP, DNS, etc.Would going through these books strengthen my server client knowledge? I'm not seeking a certification, but I am interested in labbing the material. I was also wondering if you felt installing it to a blank drive would be wise as well. All my installs have been on the VM tool sets.