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The Total MCSE Learning Solution!
The best all-in-one guide to all four Core MCSE Windows 2000 exams!
This study guide covers all four required Windows 2000 MCSE exams, delivering an in-depth review of every Windows 2000-related topic professionals must master to earn certification. More than a book, it's a complete, integrated learning solution with an up-to-the-minute Web site. More than a great study resource, it's designed to help you maximize your effectiveness managing Windows 2000—starting today, and for years after you've passed your exams!
Coverage includes planning for deployment, developing security strategies, working with group policies and user profiles; access control; installation/configuration; Windows networking and resource sharing; configuring hardware and disks; using the registry, monitoring performance, optimization, troubleshooting, Active Directory, DNS and DHCP planning, NetWare integration, and much more. Plus you'll find tough exam questions in every chapter. Core MCSE: Windows 2000 Edition—it's the total Windows 2000 learning solution you've been searching for!
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|MCSE Exam 70-210 Requirements Matrix|
|MCSE Exam 70-215 Requirements Matrix|
|MCSE Exam 70-216 Requirements Matrix|
|MCSE Exam 70-217 Requirements Matrix|
|Pt. 1||Windows 2000 Professional||1|
|1||Installing Windows 2000 Professional||3|
|2||Administering Windows 2000 Professional Resources||55|
|3||Managing Windows 2000 Professional Devices||111|
|4||Optimizing Windows 2000 Professional Devices||181|
|5||Configuring Windows 2000 Professional Environments||255|
|6||Networking Windows 2000 Professional||301|
|7||Securing Windows 2000 Professional||351|
|Pt. 2||Windows 2000 Server||407|
|8||Installing Windows 2000 Server||409|
|9||Administering Windows 2000 Server Resource Access||449|
|10||Managing Windows 2000 Server Devices||517|
|11||Optimizing Windows 2000 Server||535|
|12||Administering Windows 2000 Server Storage||575|
|13||Networking Windows 2000 Server||603|
|14||Securing Windows 2000 Server||677|
|Pt. 3||Windows 2000 Networking||709|
|15||Administering Domain Name Services||713|
|16||Administering Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol||745|
|17||Administering Remote Access||761|
|18||Administering Network Protocols||789|
|19||Administering Windows Internet Naming Service||837|
|20||Administering IP Routing||857|
|21||Administering Certificate Authorities||883|
|Pt. 4||Active Directory||895|
|22||Installing Active Directory||897|
|23||Administering Active Directory and DNS||919|
|24||Managing Change Configuration||925|
|25||Optimizing Active Directory||947|
|26||Securing Active Directory||967|
|App.: Chapter Review Answers||973|
This book is designed primarily to support computing professionals preparing for the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) core exams. This book prepares a candidate for four core requirement exams: Exam 70-210, Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional; Exam 70-215, Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Server; Exam 70-216, Implementing and Administering a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure; and Exam 70-217, Implementing and Administering a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure.
This book will also benefit any computing professional who manages Windows-based computing environments, particularly in the enterprise. It is designed to be both a training guide and reference resource.
This book is designed to provide concise and comprehensive information for computer professionals who manage computers running under the Microsoft Windows 2000 operating systems. Readers of this book should have a working knowledge of a Microsoft Windows operating system, such as Windows 98 or Me, Windows NT 4.0, or Windows 2000. This book will give the reader the knowledge needed to pass the core exam requirements of the MCSE program.
Through the use of numerous illustrations and an interactive CD-ROM-based training supplement, we have endeavored to make this book as self-contained as possible. Nevertheless, we acknowledge that there is no substitute for hands-on experience. To practice the concepts explained in this book, you will need at least a Pentium or compatible processor-based computer with 32 MBsof RAM (64 MBs recommended), 650 MBs of free hard disk space, a network adapter card, a mouse (or other pointing device), a VGA monitor, a CD-ROM drive, and a printer. Optional equipment includes a modem and network adapter, a 1.44 MB 3.5-inch floppy disk drive, and a tape drive. Software requirements include Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional or Windows 2000 Server.
This book is divided into four parts, each containing material related to the following core MCSE and MCSE + Internet exams.
Each part is further divided into multiple chapters, each corresponding to a basic exam objective. These include such issues as planning, installation and configuration, resource management, monitoring and optimization, and troubleshooting. Each chapter is further divided into subsections that correspond to specific MCSE exam contents, and is concluded with a list of related study questions. Some additional non-MCSE specific material is also provided to enhance readers' knowledge in certain areas.
This book is accompanied by a companion Web site on which readers can find additional exam preparation aids and updates to the enclosed material. It is loca www.phptr.com/dellwin2000