Course ILT: Microsoft Windows 2000


An affordable, easily scannable one-day training guide designed for use in instructor-led training courses.
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An affordable, easily scannable one-day training guide designed for use in instructor-led training courses.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780619032432
  • Publisher: Course Technology, Inc.
  • Publication date: 12/1/2000
  • Pages: 756

Table of Contents

Unit 1: Introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and Server Topic A: The Microsoft networking family Topic B: Windows 2000 application support Topic C: Networking with Microsoft Windows 2000 Server Topic D: Understanding Windows 2000 Server capabilities Unit 2: Planning for server Hardware Topic A: Planning the hardware requirements for Windows 2000 Server Topic B: Planning disk storage Unit 3: Plan network protocols and compatibility Topic A: Planning a network Topic B: Understanding communications protocols Unit 4: Active Directory and security planning Topic A: Windows 2000 Security Topic B: Using the local computer policy Topic C: Planning the Active Directory Unit 5: Windows 2000 Installation Topic A: Windows 2000 installation Topic B: Making server installation preparations Topic C: Stepping through an installation Unit 6: Server configuration Topic A: Setting up the server environment Topic B: Configuring the server environment Unit 7: Configuring storage, backup, and performance Options Topic A: Understanding basic and dynamic file storage Topic B: Understanding file system controls Topic C: Configuring server storage Topic D: Managing removable storage Topic E: Configuring for optimum server performance Unit 8 : Managing accounts and client connectivity Topic A: Establishing and configure accounts Topic B: Customizing access with profiles Topic Csecurity through groups Topic C: Managing objects and object security Unit 10: Managing DFS, disk quotas, and software Topic A: Managing the Distributed File System on a network Topic B: Installing and managing application software Unit 11: Installing and managing printers Topic A: Printing with Windows 2000 Topic B: Working with network printers Topic C: Installing local and shared printers Topic D: Configuring local and shared printers after installation Unit 12: Remote Access and Virtual Private Networks Topic A: Implementing Remote Access Service and Network Protocols Topic B: Using Remote Access Topic C: Configuring RAS Topic D: Configuring a VPN Unit 13 : Managing internet and network interoperability Topic A: Installing and configure a web server Unit 14 : Server Monitoring and Optimizing Topic A: Monitoring the Server Topic B: Optimizing with Task Manager and System Monitor Unit 15: Network Monitoring and Tuning Topic A: Installing, Configuring, and Using Network Monitor Topic B: Installing and configuring the SNMP service Unit 16 : Troubleshooting Strategies Topic A: Developing problem-solving strategies Topic B: Using strategies for troubleshooting Unit 17 : Performance Tuning and the Windows 2000 Management Tools Topic A: Optimizing computer performance Topic B: Using the Windows 2000 Task Scheduler Topic C: Control Panel Overview Topic D: Installing hardware under Windows 2000
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