Joseph G. Davies is a Microsoft employee and technical writing lead for the Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Server Resource Kit. He has been a technical writer and instructor of TCP/IP and networking technology topics for six years and has written a large amount of training material for both internal Microsoft training organizations and for a series of courses for a local community college. As a Microsoft instructor and course designer, he has written introductory and advanced courses on TCP/IP and a course on the Windows NT 4.0 Routing and Remote Access Service. More recently, he wrote the Windows 2000 product documentation and Resource Kit content for TCP/IP, routing, remote access, and virtual private networks. He has a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics and is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and Master Certified NetWare Engineer (MCNE).
Thomas Lee is an independent computer consultant who has been working with Windows NT since 1993. After graduating with a BS in Computer Problem Solving from Carnegie Mellon University, he worked on two successful operating system projects (Comshare’s Commander II and ICL’s VME) before joining Andersen Consulting in 1981 where he was a manager in the London office. He has been an independent consultant since 1987. Most recently, he has worked in Redmond developing Windows 2000 Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) training material and is presently engaged in several consulting projects relating to Windows 2000. Thomas is a Fellow of the British Computer Society as well as a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), and Microsoft Valued Professional (MVP). Thomas lives in a cottage in the English countryside with his wife Susan and daughter Rebecca.