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Developed for academic courses, Microsoft Windows 2000 Server helps students build the skills they need on the job and for MCP Exam 70-215—a core requirement on the Windows 2000 MCSE track. The textbook delivers Microsoft courseware adaptable for either a full 16-week semester or a 6-, 8-, or 10-week course. The book is filled with competency-based practice exercises that students complete on their own, while the companion lab manual features additional skill-building activities...
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Overview

Developed for academic courses, Microsoft Windows 2000 Server helps students build the skills they need on the job and for MCP Exam 70-215—a core requirement on the Windows 2000 MCSE track. The textbook delivers Microsoft courseware adaptable for either a full 16-week semester or a 6-, 8-, or 10-week course. The book is filled with competency-based practice exercises that students complete on their own, while the companion lab manual features additional skill-building activities ideal for your classroom’s computer lab.

Along with the textbook and lab manual, students get a Student CD-ROM containing study aids, simulation video clips that demonstrate common procedures, an electronic version of the textbook, detailed information on how to begin a career in Information Technology, and a 120-day evaluation version of Windows 2000 Server software.

An Instructor CD-ROM containing a complete set of instructor support materials—including lecture outlines, teaching tips, PowerPoint® slides, test banks, and an instructor lab manual—is also available.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735609884
  • Publisher: Microsoft Press
  • Publication date: 7/1/2000
  • Edition description: PACKAGE
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1248
  • Product dimensions: 8.52 (w) x 9.16 (h) x 2.56 (d)

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Chapter 2: Installing and Configuring Microsoft Windows 2000 Server

About This Chapter

This chapter prepares you for running a Windows 2000 Server installation. It outlines the type of information you should gather to prepare for your installation and describes the steps you should take before you begin. The chapter then takes you through the phases of a normal installation and continues with a discussion of upgrading to Windows 2000 Server. The chapter finishes with a lesson on troubleshooting the Windows 2000 Server installation.

Before You Begin

To complete the lessons in this chapter, you must have

  • A computer that meets the minimum hardware requirements as outlined in "About This Book."
  • A copy of the Windows 2000 Server installation CD-ROM.

Lesson 1: Preparing to Install Windows 2000 Server

Before you can begin to install Windows 2000 Server, you must prepare for the installation by gathering information and making decisions about how you want to install the software. This lesson gives you the foundation you need to install Windows 2000 Server. It describes the tasks that you should complete before moving on to the installation.


After this lesson, you will be able to
  • Prepare to install Windows 2000 Server by completing preinstallation tasks such as identifying hardware requirements and gathering the necessary installation information
Estimated lesson time: 90 minutes

Preparing for Installation

During installation, the Windows 2000 Setup program asks you to provide information about how to install and configure Windows 2000. You should gather all the necessary information. Good preparation helps you avoid problems during and after the installation.

Before you begin the Windows 2000 installation process, review the list of tasks outlined in the table below. Each task is discussed in greater detail in the sections that follow. Initially, you should complete only the first two tasks in this table-verifying that your computer meets the minimum hardware requirements and checking hardware compatibility. The remaining tasks are completed during the actual installation of Windows 2000 Server, which you will perform in the exercises later in this chapter. This table is meant only to prepare you for the installation so that you can install Windows 2000 Server without any unnecessary delays...

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Table of Contents



About This Book xxxi
    Intended Audience xxxii
    Prerequisites xxxii
    Reference Materials xxxii
    About the CD-ROM xxxiii
    Features of This Book xxxiii
        Notes xxxiii
        Conventions xxxiv
        Chapter and Appendix Overview xxxv
        Finding the Best Starting Point For You xxxvii
        Getting Started xlii
    The Microsoft Certified Professional Program xlv
        Microsoft Certification Benefits xlvi
        Requirements for Becoming a Microsoft Certified Professional xlix
        Technical Training for Computer Professionals l
    Technical Support li
CHAPTER 1  Introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 1
    About This Chapter 1
    Before You Begin 1
LESSON 1: Overview of Windows 2000 2
    Editions of Windows 2000 2
        Windows 2000 Professional 2
        Windows 2000 Server 3
        Windows 2000 Advanced Server 3
        Windows 2000 Datacenter Server 3
    Features of Windows 2000 4
    Lesson Summary 6
LESSON 2: Operating System Architecture 7
    Windows 2000 Architectural Overview 7
    User Mode 8
        Environment Subsystems 9
        Integral Subsystems 10
    Kernel Mode 10
        Windows 2000 Executive 10
        Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) 12
        Kernel Mode Drivers 13
    Lesson Summary 18
LESSON 3: Windows 2000 Directory Services 19
    Introduction to Directory Services 19
    Workgroups and Domains 20
        Windows 2000 Workgroups 20
        Windows 2000 Domains 22
    Windows 2000 Active Directory Services 23
        Active Directory Features 23
        The Active Directory Structure 25
    Lesson Summary 33
REVIEW 34
CHAPTER 2  Installing and Configuring Microsoft Windows 2000 Server 37
    About This Chapter 37
    Before You Begin 38
LESSON 1: Preparing to Install Windows 2000 Server 39
    Preparing for Installation 39
    Minimum Hardware Requirements 42
    Hardware Compatibility 43
    Disk Partitions 44
        Sizing the Installation Partition 45
    File Systems 46
        NTFS 46
        FAT16 and FAT32 47
        File System Considerations 48
    Licensing 50
        Per-Server Licensing 50
        Per-Seat Licensing 50
    Workgroups and Domains 51
        Joining a Workgroup 51
        Joining a Domain 52
    Upgrade or New Installation 53
    Installation Methods 53
        Setup Boot Disks 54
        Bootable CD-ROM 55
        Over-the-Network (Server-Based) 56
    Choosing Which Components to Install 57
    Lesson Summary 60
LESSON 2: Installing Windows 2000 Server 61
    Windows 2000 Server Setup Programs 61
        Windows 2000 Setup Program 61
        Winnt.exe Setup Program 62
        Winnt32.exe Setup Program 63
    The Installation Process 66
        Pre-Copy Phase 66
        Text Mode 67
        GUI Mode 67
        Exercise 1: Installing Windows 2000 Server 70
    Lesson Summary 80
LESSON 3: Upgrading to Windows 2000 Server 81
    Upgrading to Windows 2000 Server 81
        Upgrading Servers 82
    Upgrading a Windows NT Domain 83
        Planning for a Windows NT Domain Upgrade 85
        Preparing for a Windows NT Domain Upgrade 85
        Preparing to Upgrade the Domain Controller 86
          Upgrading the Primary Domain Controller 87
        Upgrading the Backup Domain Controllers 87
        Upgrading Member Servers 89
    Domain Consolidation 89
    Lesson Summary 91
LESSON 4: Troubleshooting a Windows 2000 Server Installation 92
    Troubleshooting Windows 2000 Server 92
    Lesson Summary 93
REVIEW 94
CHAPTER 3  Unattended Installations of Microsoft Windows 2000 Server 97
    About This Chapter 97
    Before You Begin 98
LESSON 1: Preparing for an Unattended Installation of Windows 2000 Server 99
    Creating the Answer File 99
        Answer File Format 100
        Methods for Creating an Answer File 103
    Creating the Distribution Folders 105
        Structuring the Distribution Folder 106
        Exercise 1: Preparing and Running an Automated Installation 109
    Lesson Summary 118
LESSON 2: Automating the Installation of Windows 2000 Server 119
    Performing an Unattended Installation 119
        Bootable CD-ROM 120
        Winnt.exe or Winnt32.exe 120
    Automating the Installation of Windows 2000 Server 121
        Using Syspart 123
        Using Sysprep 125
        Using Systems Management Server 135
        Using a Bootable CD-ROM 136
    Lesson Summary 137
LESSON 3: Automating the Installation of Server Applications 138
    Using the Cmdlines.txt File 138
    Using the Answer File 139
        Installing Applications 141
    Lesson Summary 143
REVIEW 144
CHAPTER 4  Microsoft Windows 2000 File Systems 147
    About This Chapter 147
    Before You Begin 148
LESSON 1: Disk Management Basics 149
    Setting Up a Hard Disk 149
        Storage, Partition, and Volume Types 149
        File Systems 154
    Common Disk Management Tasks 155
        Working with Simple Volumes 156
        Working with Spanned Volumes 157
        Working with Striped Volumes 158
        Adding Disks 159
        Changing Storage Type 159
        Viewing and Updating Information 161
        Managing Disks on a Remote Computer 164
        Exercise 1: Configuring a Simple Disk and Converting It to a Dynamic Disk 164
    Lesson Summary 168
LESSON 2: File Allocation Table (FAT) 169
    Introduction to the FAT File System 169
    The FAT16 File System 170
    The FAT32 File System 173
        FAT32 Partition Structure 173
        File System Limits 174
    Lesson Summary 175
LESSON 3: NT File System (NTFS) 176
    Introduction to NTFS 176
    Features of Windows 2000 177
        Reparse Points 177
        Native Structured Storage 178
        Disk Quotas 179
        Sparse File Support 179
        Link Tracking and Object Identifiers 180
        Change Journal 181
        CD and DVD Support 182
    Structure of NTFS 184
        NTFS Volume Structure 184
        Windows 2000 Boot Sector 185
        Windows 2000 Master File Table and Metadata 185
        NTFS File Attributes 186
    Implementation of NTFS 187
        Upgrading to Windows 2000 187
        Multibooting Windows 2000 189
        NTFS Compatibility 189
    Lesson Summary 192
LESSON 4: File System Security 193
    Shared Folders 193
        Shared Folder Permissions 193
        Applying Shared Folder Permissions 195
        Guidelines for Shared Folder Permissions 196
    Sharing Folders 197
        Requirements for Sharing Folders 197
        Administrative Shared Folders 197
        Sharing a Folder 198
        Modifying Shared Folders 200
    NTFS Permissions 201
        Assigning NTFS Permissions 201
        Guidelines for Assigning NTFS Permissions 203
          Configuring NTFS Permissions 204
        Copying and Moving Files and Folders 208
        Troubleshooting NTFS Permissions 209
    Lesson Summary 210
REVIEW 211
CHAPTER 5  Advanced File Systems 213
    About This Chapter 213
    Before You Begin 213
LESSON 1: Distributed File System 214
    Dfs Overview 214
        Limits of Dfs 216
    Types of Dfs Roots 217
        Stand-Alone Dfs Roots 217
        Domain Dfs Roots 218
    Configuring Dfs 219
        Configuring a Stand-Alone Dfs Root 219
        Configuring a Domain Dfs Root 220
        Configuring New Dfs Links 220
        Exercise 1: Creating a Dfs Root and Dfs Link 222
    Lesson Summary 228
LESSON 2: File Replication Service 229
    FRS Replication 229
    Sites and Replication 230
        Knowledge Consistency Checker 231
    Unique Sequence Numbers 232
    Implementing FRS 233
        Replicating SYSVOL 233
        Replicating Dfs Fault Tolerant Roots 233
        Configuring FRS for Inter-Site Replication 234
    Lesson Summary 235
REVIEW 236
CHAPTER 6  Active Directory Services 237
    About This Chapter 237
    Before You Begin 238
LESSON 1: Overview of Active Directory Services 239
    Introduction to Active Directory Services 239
    Understanding Active Directory Concepts 240
        Extensible Schema 241
        Global Catalog 242
        Namespace 243
        Naming Conventions 244
    Active Directory Architecture 247
        Access to Active Directory Services 248
        Directory Service Architecture 250
    Lesson Summary 255
LESSON 2: Planning Active Directory Implementation 257
    Planning a Namespace 257
        Internal and External Namespaces 258
        Defining a Namespace Architecture 260
    Planning Organizational Units 263
        Creating the OU Structure 263
        OU Design Guidelines 264
        Structure the OU Hierarchy 264
    Planning a Site 266
        Optimizing Workstation Logon Traffic 268
        Optimizing Directory Replication 268
    Lesson Summary 268
LESSON 3: Implementing Active Directory Services 269
    The Active Directory Installation Wizard 269
        Adding a Domain Controller to an Existing Domain 270
        Creating the First Domain Controller for a New Domain 270
    The Database and Shared System Volume 272
        The Active Directory Database 272
        The Shared System Volume 272
    Domain Modes 273
        Mixed Mode 273
        Native Mode 273
        Exercise 1: Installing Active Directory Services 274
        Exercise 2: Joining Server02 to the Domain 277
        Exercise 3: Installing and Examining the Contents of Adminpak.msi 279
        Exercise 4: Changing from Stand-Alone Dfs to Domain Dfs 280
    Lesson Summary 284
LESSON 4: Administering Active Directory Services 285
    Creating Organizational Units and Their Objects 285
        Creating Organizational Units 285
        Adding Objects to Organizational Units 287
        Exercise 5: Creating an Organizational Unit and Its Objects 288
    Managing Active Directory Objects 290
        Locating Objects 290
        Modifying Attribute Values and Deleting Objects 293
        Moving Objects 294
        Exercise 6: Managing Active Directory Objects 294
    Controlling Access to Active Directory Objects 296
        Managing Active Directory Permissions 296
        Permissions Inheritance 298
        Delegating Administrative Control of Objects 298
    Guidelines for Administering Active Directory Services 300
    Lesson Summary 301
REVIEW 302
CHAPTER 7  Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Server 305
    About This Chapter 305
    Before You Begin 305
LESSON 1: Using the Microsoft Management Console 306
    The MMC Environment 306
        The MMC Window 307
        MMC Consoles 307
    Snap-Ins 311
        Stand-Alone Snap-Ins 311
        Extension Snap-Ins 312
    Console Options 312
        Author Mode 313
        User Mode 313
        Exercise 1: Navigating and Creating a Custom MMC 314
    Lesson Summary 318
LESSON 2: Administering User Accounts 319
    Windows 2000 User Accounts 319
        Domain User Accounts 319
        Local User Accounts 320
        Built-In User Accounts 320
    Planning New User Accounts 321
        Naming Conventions 321
        Password Requirements 323
        Account Options 323
    Creating User Accounts 324
        Creating Domain User Accounts 324
        Exercise 2: Modifying Domain User Account Properties 327
        Creating Local User Accounts 332
    Modifying Properties for User Accounts 333
        The Properties Dialog Box 333
    Administering User Accounts 338
        Managing User Profiles 338
        Modifying User Accounts 343
        Creating Home Folders 344
        Exercise 3: Creating a Roaming Profile and Assigning a Home Folder 347
    Lesson Summary 352
LESSON 3: Administering Group Accounts 353
    Implementing Groups into a Domain 354
        Types of Groups 354
        Group Scopes 355
        Group Membership 356
    Implementing Groups 360
        Administering Groups 361
    Implementing Local Groups 364
        Creating Local Groups 364
    Built-In Groups 366
        Built-In Global Groups 366
        Built-In Domain Local Groups 367
        Built-In Local Groups 368
        Built-In System Groups 369
        Exercise 4: Changing the Domain Mode 370
        Exercise 5: Creating Groups 371
    Lesson Summary 376
LESSON 4: Administering Group Policies 377
    Introduction to Group Policies 377
        Benefits of Group Policy 378
        Types of Group Policies 379
    Group Policy Structure 380
        Group Policy Objects 380
        Group Policy Containers 381
        Group Policy Templates 381
    Applying Group Policies 383
        Creating a GPO 383
        Using the Group Policy Snap-In 384
        GPO Permissions 388
        Support for Windows 95, Windows 98, and Windows NT 4.0 392
    Administering Group Policies 393
        Managing Software Settings 393
        Managing Scripts 395
        Managing Security Settings 396
        Managing Administrative Templates 398
        Managing Folder Redirection 399
          Exercise 6: Creating a Group Policy Object and Setting a Policy 400
        Exercise 7: Modifying Software Policies 403
    Lesson Summary 405
REVIEW 406
CHAPTER 8  Administering Print Services 409
    About This Chapter 409
    Before You Begin 410
LESSON 1: Introduction to Windows 2000 Printing 411
    Terminology 411
    Requirements for Network Printing 413
    Guidelines for a Network Printing Environment 414
    Printing Configurations 415
    Lesson Summary 419
LESSON 2: Setting Up Network Printers 420
    Installing a Local Print Device 420
    Installing a Network Print Device 421
    Sharing an Existing Printer 421
        Exercise 1: Installing and Configuring Print Sharing and Setting the Printer for Offline Operation 422
    Lesson Summary 427
LESSON 3: Administering Network Printers 428
    Accessing Printers 428
    Managing Printers 430
        Assigning Forms to Paper Trays 430
        Setting a Separator Page 431
        Pausing, Resuming, and Canceling Documents 432
        Redirecting Documents to a Different Printer 433
        Taking Ownership of a Printer 433
    Managing Documents 434
        Pausing, Restarting, and Canceling a Document 434
        Setting Notification, Priority, and Printing Time 435
    Administering Printers from a Web Browser 435
        Using a Web Browser to Manage Printers 436
        Accessing Printers Using a Web Browser 437
    Setting Up a Printer Pool 438
    Setting Priorities Between Printers 439
    Troubleshooting Common Printing Problems 439
        Reviewing Common Printing Problems 440
    Lesson Summary 441
LESSON 4: Printing and Active Directory Services 442
    Overview of Printing and Active Directory Services 442
    Publishing Windows 2000 Printers 443
        Publishing Mechanism 444
        Pruning Orphans 445
    Supporting Windows NT Printers 445
    Group Policy Settings 446
        Printer Location Tracking 446
    Lesson Summary 446
LESSON 5: Connecting to Network Printers 447
    Using the Add Printer Wizard 447
        Client Computers Running Windows 2000 448
        Client Computers Running Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT 448
        Client Computers Running Other Microsoft Operating Systems 448
    Using a Web Browser 449
    Downloading Printer Drivers 450
    Lesson Summary 451
REVIEW 452
CHAPTER 9  Network Protocols and Services 455
    About This Chapter 455
    Before You Begin 456
LESSON 1: Network Protocols 457
    Introduction to Network Protocols 457
        Protocol Binding Order 458
    TCP/IP 458
    ATM 458
        LAN Emulation 460
        IP over ATM 460
        ATM over xDSL 460
        ATM Access through Winsock 2.0 and Native ATM Access 461
    NWLink 461
        Setting the Frame Type 462
    NetBEUI 463
    AppleTalk 463
    DLC 464
    IrDA 465
    Lesson Summary 465
LESSON 2: Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol 466
    Overview of the TCP/IP Suite 466
        Network Interface Layer 467
        Internet Layer 467
        Transport Layer 468
        Application Layer 469
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    I LIKE IT!

    I have used this text and lab manual for two semesters. The Instructor's CD has Power Point presentations, test bank, and best of all... detailed instructions on how to set up and perform the hands-on labs. I use removable hard drives in my lab, and the students really learn quickly by doing. I just hope a ALS text comes out soon for 2003 Server! Build on this one, but use the same template, Microsoft. That is an order.

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