MCSE Designing a Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure For Dummies

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Active Directory is the feature that aspiring Microsoft 2000 Certified Systems Engineers most want to learn about. Active Directory has a lot of depth and the MSCE 70-219 is no picnic—especially if you’re not from an IT systems engineering background. While previous Windows 2000 exams tested your knowledge of installing and administrating Active Directory, #70-219 tests how well you can apply your knowledge to creating an Active Directory tailored optimized for a specific ...
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Overview

Active Directory is the feature that aspiring Microsoft 2000 Certified Systems Engineers most want to learn about. Active Directory has a lot of depth and the MSCE 70-219 is no picnic—especially if you’re not from an IT systems engineering background. While previous Windows 2000 exams tested your knowledge of installing and administrating Active Directory, #70-219 tests how well you can apply your knowledge to creating an Active Directory tailored optimized for a specific company’s needs, style, and organizational structure.

Prepared by Microsoft-certified experts and packed with proven tips and practice exams, this book/software package actually makes studying for #70-219 fun. MSCE Designing a Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure For Dummies calms your test-taking and anxiety and builds your confidence by offering you a chance to:

  • Review the material, objective by objective
  • Assess what you know—and what you don't
  • Spot and avoid test traps
  • Discover tricks for answering questions quickly
  • Hone your skills on top test-prep software
  • Create custom practice exams
  • Master the material and ace the exam!

To make it easier for you to bone up on the topics that are most important to you, the subject matter is arranged according to individual test objectives. After a brief review of Active Directory essentials, it jumps right into coverage of:

  • Analyzing business and technical requirements—with tips on how to gather information from both standard and often-overlooked sources
  • Designing a Directory Service architecture—covers forest and OU design, delegating authority, GPOs, namespace design, site topology, and more
  • Designing service locations—includes authentication and directory lookup, deployment of DNS, and other critical topics

But that’s only half of the test-acing one-two punch this package delivers. You also get a bonus CD-ROM featuring:

  • Dummies Test Engine, our exclusive, full customizable test-prep software featuring hundreds of sample questions
  • QuickLearn, a exclusive sci-fi adventure game that builds test-taking skills
  • MCSE screensaver and bonus demos from Specialized Solutions and Self Test Software

Don’t miss this solid-gold opportunity to master the material, ace the test, and have a ball doing it!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780764507717
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 9/15/2000
  • Series: For Dummies Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 7.52 (w) x 9.22 (h) x 0.99 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction

Part I: Reviewing Active Directory Essentials.

Chapter 1: The Exam: Designing Directory Services.

Chapter 2: An Overview of Active Directory.

Part II: Analyzing Business and Technical Requirements.

Chapter 3: Analyzing Business Requirements.

Chapter 4: Analyzing Technical Requirements.

Part III: Designing a Directory Service Architecture.

Chapter 5: Designing an Active Directory Forest and Domain Structure.

Chapter 6: Designing an Active Directory Naming Strategy.

Chapter 7: Delegation of Authority and Group Policy Objects.

Chapter 8: Designing the OU Structure.

Chapter 9: Planning the Coexistence of Active Directory with Other Directories.

Chapter 10: Designing an Active Directory Site Topology.

Chapter 11: Designing a Schema Modification Policy.

Chapter 12: Designing an Active Directory Implementation Plan.

Part IV: Designing Service Locations.

Chapter 13: Designing the Placement of Active Directory Services.

Chapter 14: Designing the Placement of DNS Servers.

Part V: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 15: Ten Best Active Directory Design Practices.

Chapter 16: Ten Best Active Directory Web Sites.

Part VI: Appendixes.

Appendix A: Practice Exam.

Appendix B: The Domain Naming System.

Appendix C: About the CD.

Index.

End-User License Agreement.

Installation Instructions.

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