eBook:Moodle 2.0 with Microsoft Technologies


A month or two ago I thought about all the content there is currently available on the internet regarding Moodle 2.0 and Microsoft technologies.

There this isn’t very much so I’ve spent the last month or two writing and writing and writing putting together an ebook together looking at 7 different areas.  The book is available in 3 different formats PDF, epub and mobile.

You can purchase the book from the BFC Networks Shop at £15.00 by clicking on the image below.



  • Chapter 1: Install Moodle 2.0 on Windows Server, SQL Server Express, IIS and PHP
  • Chapter 2: Install Moodle 2.0 on 2 web front ends, SQL Server Cluster with IIS and PHP
  • Chapter 3: Configuring mail in Moodle 2.0 with Microsoft Exchange
  • Chapter 4: Configuring Moodle 2.0 authentication with Active Directory
  • Chapter 5: Configuring Active Directory Attributes for Moodle users
  • Chapter 6: Configuring Kerberos authentication for Moodle 2.0
  • Chapter 7: Configuring Single Sign On with Moodle 2.0

Can you view the content of the book by clicking here

7 thoughts on “eBook:Moodle 2.0 with Microsoft Technologies

  1. Most pleased to see this work available. I was going to purchase the PDF format but I ran into a small snag with my US-based PayPal account. (I have a personal PayPal account and also one I use for business. The two seem confused, so I don’t want to go further until I clear that up.)

    I am planning to move our very small Moodle instance to Windows soon, in an effort to ease the use of Active Directory and possibly single-sign-on with Kerberos.

  2. Otani

    Great works as always, Alex! Surely of great help! But I see missing piece, SPS integration with Moodle. So any future plan to put it in?

    • Thanks for the comments, I hpoe you enjoy read and find the ebook useful.

      BFC Networks will be announcing a new SharePoint/Moodle 2 integration tools in the next few weeks 🙂


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