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MCSA Exam #70-218 In Depth

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The goal of this book is to teach strategies for network management to individuals who desire to learn about that topic for practical purposes, as well as those who wish to pass Microsoft Certification Exam, #70-218. This book provides the content for all the skills measured on that exam, but also provides related information that is not directly tested.

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Overview

The Intended Audience

The goal of this book is to teach strategies for network management to individuals who desire to learn about that topic for practical purposes, as well as those who wish to pass Microsoft Certification Exam, #70-218. This book provides the content for all the skills measured on that exam, but also provides related information that is not directly tested.

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Chapter 1, “Windows 2000 Network Administration,” provides an overview of network administration and procedures, and introduces Windows 2000 Active Directory.

Chapter 2, “Managing Windows 2000 Hardware and Software,” emphasizes the importance of planning an installation and assessing hardware and software needs in advance. It shows how to install and configure hardware devices, as well as how to install and manage Windows 2000 updates.

Chapter 3, “Administering Active Directory,” outlines how to administer Active Directory Objects and group types. Various permissions in Active Directory are described and information is provided about how to manage Active Directory replication.

Chapter 4, “Managing Group Policy,” introduces Group Policy and explains how to manage Group Policy inheritance and how to deploy software using Group Policy.

Chapter 5, “Administering File and Print Resources,” focuses on creating and managing shared folders and monitoring access to them. This chapter also teaches how to configure Web folders and shared printers, and how to publish resources into Active Directory. In addition, auditing access to shared resources and managing data storage are explained.

Chapter 6, “Administering Web Resources in Windows 2000,” describes how to install and configure Internet Information Services (IIS), and how to create and configure Web site virtual servers, as well as how to configure authentication for Web sites. It also focuses on configuring FTP virtual servers, updating and maintaining security for an IIS server, and troubleshooting Web client connectivity problems.

Chapter 7, “Administering the Network Infrastructure,” explains TCP/IP and how to configure TCP/IP on Windows 2000 computers, as well as how to troubleshoot TCP/IP and network connectivity. This chapter also teaches how to administer DHCP and DNS in Windows 2000, and how to troubleshoot name resolution problems.

Chapter 8, “Monitoring and Troubleshooting Windows 2000,” outlines issues involving monitoring Windows 2000 Server health and performance. It also discusses troubleshooting Windows 2000 startup procedures and Advanced Startup options.

Chapter 9, “Administering Remote Access Services,” explains how to configure remote access and Virtual Private Network connections and how to implement and troubleshoot remote access policies. This chapter also outlines how to configure Network Address Translation, Internet connection sharing, and Terminal Services for remote access.

Appendix A, “Answers to Chapter Review Questions,” provides the correct answers for the Review Questions at the end of each chapter.

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For many thousands of Microsoft network professionals, MCSA Exam #70-218 is pivotal. Passing it earns you core credit towards Microsoft’s MCSA certification for Windows 2000, and elective credit towards your MCSE at the same time.

It’s important -- but so is conserving your precious time. That’s why you should check out MCSA Exam #70-218 In Depth. Long-time systems analyst and Microsoft networking trainer Conan Kezema has captured what you need to know in less than 400 highly readable pages.

Kezema starts with a high-level review of both key goals of network administration: ensuring availability of network resources, such as files, folders, email, and printers; and securing the network so those resources are only available to those with appropriate permissions. He then outlines the tasks Microsoft says you’ll need to perform in order to accomplish that -- creating accounts, managing servers and resources, troubleshooting, and working with Active Directory.

Next, you’ll drill down into each of these areas. Kezema walks you through planning your Windows 2000 installation and assessing your hardware and software requirements upfront; installing and configuring hardware; and managing Windows 2000 patches and security updates. He reviews each fundamental task associated with administering Active Directory objects, group types, permissions, and replication.

Using handy charts and tables, Kezema shows how to manage Group Policies, thereby controlling everything from user desktop settings to software deployments. Then, it’s on to delivering “traditional” network file services -- with a focus on properly combining NTFS and shared file permissions, so you don’t drive yourself nuts, or drive your users to physical violence.

There’s a full chapter on IIS 5.0: installing it, configuring it, securing it, and using it to provide Web and FTP services. Kezema then moves on to your network infrastructure, from TCP/IP basics through troubleshooting Windows 2000 name resolution problems. Don’t remember what superscopes are, or how to create them? Not sure how to configure Dynamic DNS updates? You’ll find the answers here.

Speaking of troubleshooting, Kezema covers a wide range of Windows 2000 Server health and performance issues, as well as Windows 2000 startup options, the Recovery Console, and backup/restore. The book wraps up with concise discussions of remote access, VPNs, NAT, Internet Connection Sharing, and Terminal Services.

The accompanying CD-ROM contains MeasureUp software with 150 super-realistic sample questions. MeasureUp is a Microsoft Certified Practice Test Provider, so they have unique insight into the Microsoft certification exam. In fact, they’re one of only two exam simulation providers recommended on Microsoft’s own MCSA Exam 70-218 Web page.

MeasureUp’s software lets you practice in “Study Mode” (work at your own pace, see the right answers immediately) or Certification Mode (in which you take a timed test that’s hard to tell from the real thing, drawing on all the exam question formats you’re likely to encounter on the real exam). There’s even a Custom Mode, which lets you test yourself on the topics you’re most worried about. Bill Camarda

Bill Camarda is a consultant, writer, and web/multimedia content developer. His 15 books include Special Edition Using Word 2000 and Upgrading & Fixing Networks for Dummies, Second Edition.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781592000630
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 4/1/2003
  • Edition description: BK & CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 416
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 8.92 (h) x 1.86 (d)

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