Exam 70-270 Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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For courses focusing on Windows Server XP and MCSE/MSCA Certification.

The only academic certification series developed by instructors for instructors.

This 4-color series was created knowing that students enjoy learning from a highly visual text that offers extensive end of chapter material for reinforcement and review. This approach keeps students engaged and helps them learn and understand rather than just memorize software procedures, while...

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Overview

For courses focusing on Windows Server XP and MCSE/MSCA Certification.

The only academic certification series developed by instructors for instructors.

This 4-color series was created knowing that students enjoy learning from a highly visual text that offers extensive end of chapter material for reinforcement and review. This approach keeps students engaged and helps them learn and understand rather than just memorize software procedures, while they learn exam objectives. Prepping for this course has never been easier — with comprehensive instructor resources including a testbank, PowerPoints, photos and animations to support your lectures, and much, much more.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780131441323
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall Certification
  • Publication date: 7/31/2003
  • Series: Prentice Hall MCSE/MCSA Certification Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 608
  • Product dimensions: 8.26 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 0.83 (d)

Table of Contents

Lesson 1. Introducing Windows XP Professional.

Lesson 2. Installing Windows XP Professional.

Lesson 3. Managing Hardware Devices.

Lesson 4. Working with the Control Panel.

Lesson 5. Managing Data Storage.

Lesson 6. Installing and Configuring Network Protocols.

Lesson 7. Performing Administrative Tasks.

Lesson 8. Administering User Accounts and Groups.

Lesson 9. Working with Shared Folders.

Lesson 10. Setting Up, Configuring, and Administering Network Printers.

Lesson 11. Working with NTFS Permissions.

Lesson 12. Configuring Local Security Policies.

Lesson 13. Monitoring Events and Resources.

Lesson 14. Backing Up and Restoring Data.

Lesson 15. Working with the Registry and Boot Process.

Lesson 16. Configuring Remote Access and Dial-up Networking.

Lesson 17. Introducting DNS, Active Directory Services, and Web Server Resources.

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