MCSE : Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Explorer 5

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Overview

  • Provides on-target preparation, detailed examples, to-the-point explanations
  • Covers every Internet Explorer 5 exam objective, in exceptional depth!
  • Use the Internet Explorer Administration Kit to centrally control IE5's interface, performance, and behavior
  • Configure the Outlook Express e-mail client: SMTP, POP3, Hotmail, IMAP folders, and more
  • Master integration, interoperability, security, troubleshooting, and optimization
  • Offers a complete learning solution! SmartForce IE5 training module on CD-ROM, plus interactive MCSE training Web site, and more!

Pass Microsoft's MCSE Internet Explorer 5 exam-with flying colors! This is your best resource for planning, implementing, managing, optimizing, and troubleshooting Internet Explorer 5 in the corporate environment! This book/CD-ROM package presents detailed coverage of every IE5 MCSE exam objective—including expert guidance on customizing IE5's installation and behavior with the Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK).

You'll learn all you need to know to centrally configure Outlook Express, NetMeeting, channels, and site subscriptions; manage IE5 security; control access to intranets; configure IE5 to work with proxy servers; and much more. Learn how to provide pre-configured versions of IE5 on CD-ROM, diskettes, or across the network; manage upgrades from older browsers; use the Active Desktop and Profile Manager; even take control of automatic bug-fix and security updates.

This book contains complete troubleshooting guidance for the IE5 browser, e-mail and news clients, chat, Internet conferencing, the IEAK, caching, network connections,and more. MCSE: Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 is the most comprehensive resource you can find—for the exam or for the real world!

Supercharge your training with EXCLUSIVE Web & interactive resources!

We've teamed up with SmartForce, the world's #1 developer of IT self-paced training, to include a state-of-the-art interactive training course on CD-ROM. And that's not all! Every Prentice Hall PTR MCSE book is 100% integrated with its own exclusive MCSE training Web site, delivering all this and more!

  • Interactive test Q&A section
  • Projects you can complete—with detailed solutions
  • Virtual Study Lounge: Interact with students, authors, and trainers online!
  • Author's Corner: Book & exam updates, training news, and more

Ace Microsoft's Exam 70-080: Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Explorer 5

You get 100+ incisive test Q&As and a free SmartForce interactive training course on CD-ROM!

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Booknews
This self-contained guide, which uses exercises and chapter review questions, is designed for computing professionals who are preparing for the Microsoft certified systems engineer and internet exams as well as a reference for those managing or distributing the Internet Explorer web browser. Readers will need to be familiar with Windows and Microsoft products in general. Dell, a trainer and consultant, has written extensively on Microsoft software. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780130142689
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 11/16/2000
  • Series: Prentice Hall Microsoft Technology Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Pages: 467
  • Product dimensions: 7.32 (w) x 9.58 (h) x 1.57 (d)

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PREFACE:

INTRODUCTION

This book is designed primarily to support computing professionals preparing for the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and/or MCSE plus Internet exams. Specifically, this book prepares a candidate for Microsoft's Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 by using the Internet Explorer Administration Kit exam (70-080).

This book will also benefit any computing professional — corporate administrator, ISP, or developer — who manages or distributes the Internet Explorer Web browser. It is designed to be a reference resource for Internet Explorer, the Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK), and related technologies such as HTML and JScript.

Who This Book Is For

This book is designed to provide concise and comprehensive information for computer professionals who manage computers running under Windows operating systems. Readers of this book should have a working knowledge of a Microsoft Windows operating system, such as Windows 2000, Windows 9x, or Windows NT 4.0. This book will give the reader the knowledge needed to pass the exam requirements of the MCSE program, as well as that needed to properly deploy Internet Explorer using the IEAK.

This material builds upon knowledge of other Microsoft technologies, so you will benefit most if you, are already familiar with Microsoft networking essentials and server products.

What You'll Need

Through the use of numerous illustrations and an interactive CD-ROM-based training supplement, we have endeavored to make this book as self-contained as possible. Nevertheless, we acknowledge that there is nosubstitute for hands-on experience. To practice the concepts explained in this book, you should have at least an Intel 486DX/66 computer with 32 Mbytes of RAM, 60 Mbytes of free hard disk space, a 28.8 Kbps. or faster modem, a mouse (or other pointing device), a VGA monitor, and an Internet connection. Software requirements include Windows 2000, Windows 9x, or Windows NT 4.0 (with Service Pack 3 or higher). You will also need the Internet Explorer 5 Administration Kit (IEAK) and Internet Explorer 5, both available for free download from the Microsoft Web site. See Chapter 3, Downloading the IEAK, for details on obtaining this software.

How This Book Is Organized

Each chapter covers a different issue, such as planning, installation and configuration, management, monitoring and optimization, and troubleshooting. Each chapter is further divided into subsections that correspond to specific MCSE exam contents, and is concluded with a list of related study questions. Some additional non-MCSE specific material is also provided to enhance readers' knowledge in certain areas.

Conventions Used in This Book

This book uses different features to help highlight key information.

Chapter Syllabus
The primary focus of this series is to address those topics that are to be tested in the exam. Therefore, each chapter opens with a syllabus that lists the topics to be covered. Each topic directly corresponds to the Level 1 headings in the chapter. So if there are six Level 1 headings in a chapter, there will be six topics listed under the Chapter Syllabus. If a syllabus topic and Level 1 heading are MCSE-specific, they will be accompanied by an MCSE icon (see the following icon description). However, there may be instances when the topics are not exam-specific. In these cases, the chapter syllabus highlights and corresponding Level 1 headings appear without the MCSE icon.

Icons & Sidebars
Icons represent called-out material that is of significance and that you should be alerted to. Icons include:

  • MCSE: This icon is used to identify MCSE-specific Chapter Syllabus topics and appropriate MCSE sections in each chapter.
  • Note: Use this icon to call out information that deserves special attention; one that the reader may otherwise run a highlight marker through.
  • Tip: This icon is used to flag particularly useful information that will save the reader time, highlight a valuable technique, or offer specific advice.
  • Warning: This icon flags information that may cause unexpected results or serious frustration.
  • Study Breaks: These sidebars are designed to test your knowledge in a practical manner through the use of performance-based exercises. These exercises provide an opportunity to perform actual tasks that will undoubtedly be encountered in a working environment, and simulated in the Microsoft exam.

Chapter Review Questions
Each chapter ends with a series of review questions. These questions are a combination of multiple choice and true/false questions designed to simulate a part of an actual exam and to reinforce what you have just learned. The number of questions will vary depending on the length of the subject matter in the individual chapter.

All of these questions are taken directly from the material covered in the chapter, and the author's answers can be found in the Appendix.

Although this book covers all of the material required by the MCSE exam, the author might have reordered some material in order to make it as clear and concise as possible: While it is impossible to avoid some repetition in topics that are common to all sections, the author has done his best to present previously described topics in new ways. While this repetition might elicit a feeling of deja vu at times, it is useful in ensuring that important concepts will be remembered.

About the CD-ROM/Companion Web Site
This book is accompanied by a CD-ROM that contains the valuable SmartForce training module Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 — Administration Kit: Planning Test 70080. Please follow the installation instructions on the CDROM.

This book is also accompanied by a Companion Web site on which readers can find additional exam preparation aids and updates to the enclosed material. It is located at ....

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Table of Contents

About the Author
Acknowledgments
MCSE Exam 70-080 Requirements Matrix
Introduction
1 Introducing Internet Explorer and the IEAK 1
2 Planning for Internet Explorer and the IEAK 15
3 Installing and Configuring Internet Explorer and the IEAK 111
4 Configuring and Managing Internet Explorer Resource Access 193
5 Supporting Internet Explorer Integration and Interoperability 255
6 Monitoring and Optimizing Internet Explorer 289
7 Troubleshooting Internet Explorer 309
8 Developing Web Sites With Internet Explorer 359
Appendix A 439
Appendix B 447
Index 461
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Preface

PREFACE:

INTRODUCTION

This book is designed primarily to support computing professionals preparing for the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and/or MCSE plus Internet exams. Specifically, this book prepares a candidate for Microsoft's Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 by using the Internet Explorer Administration Kit exam (70-080).

This book will also benefit any computing professional — corporate administrator, ISP, or developer — who manages or distributes the Internet Explorer Web browser. It is designed to be a reference resource for Internet Explorer, the Internet Explorer Administration Kit (IEAK), and related technologies such as HTML and JScript.

Who This Book Is For

This book is designed to provide concise and comprehensive information for computer professionals who manage computers running under Windows operating systems. Readers of this book should have a working knowledge of a Microsoft Windows operating system, such as Windows 2000, Windows 9x, or Windows NT 4.0. This book will give the reader the knowledge needed to pass the exam requirements of the MCSE program, as well as that needed to properly deploy Internet Explorer using the IEAK.

This material builds upon knowledge of other Microsoft technologies, so you will benefit most if you, are already familiar with Microsoft networking essentials and server products.

What You'll Need

Through the use of numerous illustrations and an interactive CD-ROM-based training supplement, we have endeavored to make this book as self-contained as possible. Nevertheless, we acknowledge that there isnosubstitute for hands-on experience. To practice the concepts explained in this book, you should have at least an Intel 486DX/66 computer with 32 Mbytes of RAM, 60 Mbytes of free hard disk space, a 28.8 Kbps. or faster modem, a mouse (or other pointing device), a VGA monitor, and an Internet connection. Software requirements include Windows 2000, Windows 9x, or Windows NT 4.0 (with Service Pack 3 or higher). You will also need the Internet Explorer 5 Administration Kit (IEAK) and Internet Explorer 5, both available for free download from the Microsoft Web site. See Chapter 3, Downloading the IEAK, for details on obtaining this software.

How This Book Is Organized

Each chapter covers a different issue, such as planning, installation and configuration, management, monitoring and optimization, and troubleshooting. Each chapter is further divided into subsections that correspond to specific MCSE exam contents, and is concluded with a list of related study questions. Some additional non-MCSE specific material is also provided to enhance readers' knowledge in certain areas.

Conventions Used in This Book

This book uses different features to help highlight key information.

Chapter Syllabus
The primary focus of this series is to address those topics that are to be tested in the exam. Therefore, each chapter opens with a syllabus that lists the topics to be covered. Each topic directly corresponds to the Level 1 headings in the chapter. So if there are six Level 1 headings in a chapter, there will be six topics listed under the Chapter Syllabus. If a syllabus topic and Level 1 heading are MCSE-specific, they will be accompanied by an MCSE icon (see the following icon description). However, there may be instances when the topics are not exam-specific. In these cases, the chapter syllabus highlights and corresponding Level 1 headings appear without the MCSE icon.

Icons & Sidebars
Icons represent called-out material that is of significance and that you should be alerted to. Icons include:

  • MCSE: This icon is used to identify MCSE-specific Chapter Syllabus topics and appropriate MCSE sections in each chapter.
  • Note: Use this icon to call out information that deserves special attention; one that the reader may otherwise run a highlight marker through.
  • Tip: This icon is used to flag particularly useful information that will save the reader time, highlight a valuable technique, or offer specific advice.
  • Warning: This icon flags information that may cause unexpected results or serious frustration.
  • Study Breaks: These sidebars are designed to test your knowledge in a practical manner through the use of performance-based exercises. These exercises provide an opportunity to perform actual tasks that will undoubtedly be encountered in a working environment, and simulated in the Microsoft exam.

Chapter Review Questions
Each chapter ends with a series of review questions. These questions are a combination of multiple choice and true/false questions designed to simulate a part of an actual exam and to reinforce what you have just learned. The number of questions will vary depending on the length of the subject matter in the individual chapter.

All of these questions are taken directly from the material covered in the chapter, and the author's answers can be found in the Appendix.

Although this book covers all of the material required by the MCSE exam, the author might have reordered some material in order to make it as clear and concise as possible: While it is impossible to avoid some repetition in topics that are common to all sections, the author has done his best to present previously described topics in new ways. While this repetition might elicit a feeling of deja vu at times, it is useful in ensuring that important concepts will be remembered.

About the CD-ROM/Companion Web Site
This book is accompanied by a CD-ROM that contains the valuable SmartForce training module Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 — Administration Kit: Planning Test 70080. Please follow the installation instructions on the CDROM.

This book is also accompanied by a Companion Web site on which readers can find additional exam preparation aids and updates to the enclosed material. It is located at ....

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