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This guide is geared toward NT4 MCSEs who are preparing for the Microsoft Windows Accelerated Exam (#70-240). It contains maps to the official exam objectives of the four core Windows 2000 exams. The CD contains prep material, including pre-assessment exams, program simulators, electronic flashcards, sample adaptive exams, and bonus review questions.
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Overview


This guide is geared toward NT4 MCSEs who are preparing for the Microsoft Windows Accelerated Exam (#70-240). It contains maps to the official exam objectives of the four core Windows 2000 exams. The CD contains prep material, including pre-assessment exams, program simulators, electronic flashcards, sample adaptive exams, and bonus review questions.
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If you hold NT 4 certification, you get one chance to upgrade without taking every exam over again. Better get it right. With this book, you can. You'll find comprehensive, hands-on coverage of every exam objective: installation (attended, unattended, and remote), administering users and groups, file systems and security, local and network printing, creating a coherent server environment, configuring internetworking, even designing and implementing Active Directory. The CD-ROM includes all hands-on exercises from every core Windows 2000 MCSE Study Guide, Palm-compatible e-flashcards, and an extensive set of exam questions, including two complete bonus exams.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782127607
  • Publisher: Sybex, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 9/1/2000
  • Series: Study Guide Series
  • Edition description: Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.
  • Pages: 850
  • Product dimensions: 7.91 (w) x 9.38 (h) x 2.23 (d)

Meet the Author


Michael Chacon is the Global e-Infrastructure Directory Services Practice Manager at Netigy Corporation. A leading technical advisor and lecturer in the computer networking industry, Mr. Chacon has worked and spoken in Europe, Australia, and throughout the United States. He also currently writes the monthly NT Insider column for Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine.

James Chellis, MCT and MCSE, is CEO of EdgeTek, a Microsoft Certified Solution Provider specializing in Windows 2000 training and courseware development.

Lisa Donald is a MCT and MCSE. She has worked extensively with numerous Fortune 500 companies and other prominent organizations, including Digital, Apple, the U.S. Postal Service, and the U.S. Naval Academy.

Anil Desai, MCSE, MCSD, and MCDBA, is Technical Architect for QuickArrow, Inc., in Austin, TX.

Paul Robichaux is a noted networking expert and the author of more than twenty books, including Remote Access 24Seven and MCSE: Windows 2000 Network Administration Study Guide, both from Sybex.

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Table of Contents

Introduction xxxi
Assessment Test lix
Chapter 1 Installing Windows 2000 1
Preparing to Install Windows 2000 3
Choosing Your Installation Method 9
Running the Windows 2000 Installation Process 10
Supporting Multi-Boot Options 21
Upgrading to Windows 2000 22
Troubleshooting Installation Problems 26
Summary 29
Review Questions 31
Answers to Review Questions 38
Chapter 2 Supporting Unattended Windows 2000 Installations 41
Extracting the Windows 2000 Deployment Tools 42
Using Disk Images 44
Using Setup Manager to Create Answer Files 48
Using Unattended Installation 53
Installing Applications with Windows Installer Packages 54
Summary 60
Review Questions 61
Answers to Review Questions 67
Chapter 3 Supporting Remote Installation Service 69
Overview of RIS 71
Prerequisites for RIS 72
Implementing and Administering a RIS Server 74
Setting Up a RIS Client 87
Optimizing RIS Performance 92
Troubleshooting RIS 93
Summary 95
Review Questions 96
Answers to Review Questions 103
Chapter 4 Configuration of the Windows 2000 Environment 105
Windows 2000 Management Utilities 107
Installing Hardware 115
Managing Device Drivers 116
Managing Display Devices 119
Managing Mobile Computer Hardware 121
Managing I/O Devices 123
Managing Imaging Devices 126
Managing Processors 126
Configuring Fax Support 126
Troubleshooting Devices 127
Managing Windows 2000 Services 129
Managing Desktop Settings 131
Managing Multiple Languages and Regional Settings 132
Configuring Accessibility Features 134
Summary 136
Review Questions 139
Answers to Review Questions 145
Chapter 5 Network Services 149
What DHCP Does 151
Installing DHCP 154
Creating and Managing DHCP Scopes 155
Monitoring and Troubleshooting DHCP 161
Domain Name System 161
Installing and Configuring a DNS Server 165
Configuring DNS Clients 175
Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) 176
Installing WINS 179
Controlling WINS Replication 184
Monitoring and Troubleshooting WINS 186
Microsoft Certificate Server (MCS) 187
Removing EFS Recovery Keys 190
Summary 190
Review Questions 193
Answers to Review Questions 199
Chapter 6 Network Services--Active Directory 201
The Benefits of the Active Directory 203
Overview of Active Directory Physical Components 205
Implementing Sites and Subnets 207
Configuring Replication 209
Creating Domain Trees and Forests 216
Managing Multiple Domains 218
An Overview of Organizational Units (OUs) 221
Planning the OU Structure 222
Creating OUs 227
Managing OUs 228
Creating and Managing Active Directory Objects 231
Publishing Active Directory Objects 233
Active Directory Security Overview 233
Implementing Active Directory Security 239
Using Group Policy for Security 240
Using the Security Configuration and Analysis Utility 241
Implementing an Audit Policy 241
Summary 243
Review Questions 247
Answers to Review Questions 253
Chapter 7 User and Hardware Profiles 255
Creating and Managing User Profiles 256
Creating and Managing Hardware Profiles 258
Managing Security Settings 259
Using Account Policies 259
Using Local Policies 264
Using System Policies 268
Using the Security Configuration and Analysis Tool 271
Summary 276
Review Questions 278
Answers to Review Questions 284
Chapter 8 User Management 287
Reviewing Windows 2000 User Accounts 288
Logging On and Logging Off 290
Working with User Accounts 292
Managing User Properties 296
Using Account Policies 297
Using Local Policies 301
Troubleshooting User Accounts Authentication 305
Summary 306
Review Questions 309
Answers to Review Questions 315
Chapter 9 Group Management 317
An Overview of Group Accounts 318
Default Local Groups 318
Special Groups 322
Working with Local and Active Directory Group Accounts 323
Summary 329
Review Questions 331
Answers to Review Questions 337
Chapter 10 Implementing Group Policy 341
An Introduction to Group Policy 342
Implementing Group Policy 345
Managing Group Policy 346
Troubleshooting Group Policy 353
Overview of Software Deployment 353
Implementing Software Deployment 355
Configuring Software Deployment Settings 357
Optimizing and Troubleshooting Software Deployment 361
Summary 363
Review Questions 364
Answers to Review Questions 370
Chapter 11 Managing Disks 373
Configuring File Systems 374
Configuring Disk Storage 375
Using the Disk Management Utility 378
Recovering from Disk Failure 387
Managing Data Compression 389
Setting Disk Quotas 390
Managing Data Encryption with EFS 393
Using the Disk Defragmenter Utility 396
Using the Disk Cleanup Utility 397
Troubleshooting Disk Devices and Volumes 397
Summary 398
Review Questions 400
Answers to Review Questions 407
Chapter 12 Accessing Files and Folders 409
Managing Local Access 411
Managing Network Access 414
Reviewing the Flow of Resource Access 419
Using Peer Web Services 422
Understanding the Distributed File System 425
Configuring and Managing the Dfs 429
Troubleshooting Dfs 432
Summary 433
Review Questions 435
Answers to Review Questions 441
Chapter 13 Managing Network Connections 445
The Basics of Network Protocols 447
Network Protocols and Windows 2000 449
Installing and Configuring Network Adapters 449
Understanding IP Routing 450
Installing RRAS 455
Configuring IP Routing 455
Managing IP Routing 465
Configuring TCP/IP Packet Filters 466
Installing and Configuring Network Protocols 467
Monitoring Network Traffic 474
NAT Fundamentals 475
Using Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) 478
Using Network Address Translation 481
Understanding How IPSec Works 485
Installing IPSec 487
Configuring IPSec 488
Managing and Monitoring IPSec 493
Summary 495
Review Questions 499
Answers to Review Questions 505
Chapter 14 Dial-Up Networking 507
Installing Remote Access 509
Configuring Your Remote Access Server 510
Security Goodies 517
Managing Your Remote Access Server 520
Setting Up a Modem 524
Using Dial-Up Connections 526
Using Virtual Private Network Connections 528
Installing a VPN 529
Configuring a VPN 531
Troubleshooting VPNs 533
Summary 534
Review Questions 536
Answers to Review Questions 542
Chapter 15 Managing Printing 545
Reviewing Printing Basics 546
Setting Up Printers 549
Managing Printer Properties 550
Managing Printers and Print Documents 559
Connecting to Printers 560
Summary 561
Review Questions 563
Answers to Review Questions 570
Chapter 16 Optimizing Windows 2000 573
Keeping Windows 2000 Up-to-Date 574
Using System Monitoring Tools 575
Using Task Manager 587
Scheduling Tasks 589
Monitoring Active Directory Components 591
Summary 593
Review Questions 595
Answers to Review Questions 600
Chapter 17 Performing System Recovery Functions 603
Safeguarding Your Computer and Recovering from Disaster 605
Using Event Viewer 606
Understanding the Windows 2000 Boot Process 611
Using Advanced Startup Options 620
Using Startup and Recovery Options 622
Using the Dr. Watson Utility 624
Creating Windows 2000 Setup Boot Disks 625
Using the Backup Utility 627
Using the Recovery Console 633
Summary 636
Review Questions 640
Answers to Review Questions 646
Chapter 18 Administering Terminal Services 649
Understanding Terminal Services 650
Planning the Terminal Services Configuration 652
Installing and Configuring the Terminal Services Server 654
Setting Up Terminal Services Clients 664
Running Terminal Server in Application Server Mode 666
Running Terminal Services in Remote Administration Mode 667
Troubleshooting Terminal Services 668
Summary 668
Review Questions 670
Answers to Review Questions 675
Glossary 679
Index 714
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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 15, 2001

    Not good enough

    This book like many of sybex's other first edition books is full of errors. It does not cover all the required material and gives a 10,000 foot veiw of the material it does cover.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 9, 2001

    Disappointing...

    I used Sybex books to achieve my NT 4.0 MCSE. They were wonderful. So, naturally, I decided to go with them again to start studying for W2K certification. For me it was a mistake. As you read through this big thick book, it overviews the subject then referrs you to the enclosed CD rom on how to actually work with the topic being covered. I got the book so I could read what to do and use it as a reference as I work with W2K (what I did with NT 4.0 Sybex books last go-around). My previous Sybex books had CD's but they were an 'extra' -- not 'the' information. When I buy a book, I am buying it to get information from the book, not from a CD. There are training CD's made for MSCE study -- and I buy those too. If that is what I wanted, I wouldn't have bought a book!

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