Deploying and Supporting Applications on
Our day long live course:
CSI-330 Provisioning and Supporting Applications on Windows 64-bit
is now available as an eBook for $9.99.
I want you to be able to experience the high quality of
You can spend months stumbling over all
the little gotchas of Windows 64-bit ...
Read this book!
95 pages as a traditional print book.
About => This Book
You: Who Is This Book For?
Mechanics Manifesto: The Evolving Role of the Application Provisioning Specialist
Managing Your Career: Why Windows 7 Is Not “Just Another Desktop OS”
The Windows 64-bit Powerplant
More Bits = More Bang (usually ;)
Engineering Checklist: Look Before You Leap
Summary of New Variables, Values, Folders and Registry Keys on 64-bit Windows
This book answers these questions and many more!
The following webinar was given by Darwin for Experts Exchange - the webinar covers a small fraction of the eBook + eClass contents. (the eClass does not contain videos)
The eBook contains a registration link that allows you to obtain the following free bonus resources:
The CSI 64-bit Scripting Toolkit - which includes .VBS, .CMD/.BAT and .PS1 code to dramatically ease the burden of scripting for 32-bit software maintenance on 64-bit Windows. It also includes shell extensions that make it extremely simple for administrators that make running their scripts in the proper script engine and Admin/Non-Admin context.
The Engineering Checklist in PDF Format - with permission to share it with people in your organization.
The eClass is a set of Add-on materials and benefits that is only available through CSI-Windows.com. If you purchased your eBook from another site (e.g. Amazon), you can purchase this add-on using the link inside the book.
Lab Exercise Manual (Preview Below)
Over 40 pages of lab exercises that are coordinated with the eBook content (eBook notes which exercises to pause and work on).
Course Completion Certificate
If you've purchased the eClass add-on, you simply contact us and we'll send you a course completion certificate.
$99 Discount On CSI-Windows.com Training
Receive a discount certificate for training at CSI-Windows.com (good for one year, transferrable, cannot be used with other promotions).
Resource DVD (downloadable ISO)
Downloadable resource DVD containing many of the tools and scripts used in other CSI-Windows.com classes.
"During Packaging Event in Amsterdam I met up with Darwin Sanoy who runs the CSI Windows training company. Darwin has been a true leader in the packaging and desktop management space for years. As you could imagine, we had plenty to chat about.
"And for your $9.99 you can choose an e-book and training bundle that I feel is priced a little too low. In fact, for the money, this is an absolute no-brainer for any sysadmin or application packager. I recommend buying the e-book and training bundle -while the deal lasts!"
Greg Lambert, Founder and Chief Architect of Changebase
"I'd say something like 40 - 70% of organizations are jumping from 32-bit XP to 64-bit Windows 7. In my estimation there's very little reason not to.
But, there are some pitfalls associated with 64-bit Windows and the applications which run on them. So, Darwin came out with this eBook called: Under the Microscope: Deploying and Supporting Applications on 64-bit Windows .When I reviewed the book, I told him to price it at $29.99, then another $20 for the lab manuals.
But he must have messed up and priced the whole kit and caboodle instead, at $9.99. Darwin: If you're reading this man, personally, I don't get it. $9.99 is waaaayy too little to charge for all the awesome stuff in this book.The eBook is 95 pages, and jam packed of stuff, I, personally didn't even know existed. So, I love that. Thanks Darwin. Get a copy."
Jeremy Moskowitz, Group Policy MVP, Founder of PolicyPak Software and GPanswers.com
Whether you’re a long time Windows IT Pro veteran or just a junior desktop administrator I want to recommend an eBook I recently purchased called “Under the Microscope: Deploying and Supporting Applications on 64-Bit Windows”. I read a lot of eBooks but wouldn’t drop a blog post of each one I read, but honestly for this eBook I think it’s worth spreading the word. Actually while you might read through it once, I rather consider it as a handy reference that I will most definitely re-use in the future.
Alex Verboon, Windows Client and Server Blogger and Community Activist