MCSE Training Guide (70-244) Supporting and Maintaining a Windows NT Server 4.0 Network

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Overview

Besides enabling the exam candidate to pass Exam 70-244, this book will teach network administrators to configure, maintain and troubleshoot Microsoft networks that still have Windows NT Server as the controlling operating system. Although officially replaced by Windows 2000, it is clear that it will be some years before Windows NT disappears from the network mainstream. There are currently tens of thousands of licensed seats of Windows NT 4.0 Server, and a full migration to Windows 2000 will not happen overnight.

The CD features our ExamGear, Training Guide Edition product, including:

  • Test simulation
  • Nearly 200 practice questions
  • Electronic study cards
  • Electronic flash cards
  • Electronic copy of book
  • And more!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735711570
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 12/28/2001
  • Series: MCSE Training Guide Series
  • Edition description: Training Guide
  • Pages: 721
  • Product dimensions: 8.20 (w) x 9.26 (h) x 1.86 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
How This Book Helps You 1
What the Supporting and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0 Network Exam (70-244) Covers 3
Maintaining, Troubleshooting, and Optimizing Servers 3
Configuring and Troubleshooting Users and Groups 4
Analyzing, Configuring, and Monitoring Security 5
Configuring, Managing, and Troubleshooting Access to Resources 5
Configuring, Managing, Troubleshooting, and Optimizing Network Services 5
Hardware and Software You Need 6
Advice on Taking the Exam 7
New Riders Publishing 8
Part I Maintaining, Troubleshooting, and Optimizing Servers
1 Managing and Optimizing Servers 11
Introduction 14
Service Packs and Hot Fixes 14
Installing Windows NT Service Packs 14
Installing Winows NT Hot Fixes 16
Configuring and Troubleshooting Hardware 17
Collecting Hardware Information 18
Troubleshooting and Correcting Hardware Failures 19
Fault-Tolerant Disks 25
Processor Upgrade 32
Performing Backups and Restores 33
Backup Types 34
Determining a Backup Strategy 35
Performing a Backup 36
Performing a Restore 38
Scheduling a Backup 40
System Recovery 42
Boot and System Partitions 43
Windows NT Boot Process 43
Troubleshooting the Boot Process 53
Case Study: New Email System for Northside High School 60
2 Troubleshooting Servers 71
Introduction 73
Troubleshooting Server Performance 73
Troubleshooting Performance Problems 74
Finding More Information 83
Using Performance Monitor 84
Paging Files 102
Allocate Hardware Based on Application 104
Backup Domain Controller Placement 112
Case Study: Slingshot Training 114
Scenario 114
Essence of the Case 114
Analysis 115
Case Study: Monitoring Backup 116
Part II Configuring and Troubleshooting Users and Groups
3 Configuring and Troubleshooting User and Group Accounts 131
Introduction 133
User Accounts 133
Creating Windows NT User Accounts 134
Defining Your Account Policy 141
Template Accounts 144
User Profiles 146
Local Profiles Versus Roaming Profiles 146
Logon Scripts 149
Configuring and Troubleshooting Groups 151
Differences Between Global and Local Groups 151
Creation of Global Groups 152
Built-In Global Groups 153
Creation of Local Groups 153
Built-In Local Groups 154
Special Groups 156
Management of Global and Local Groups in a Multidomain Environment 157
Case Study: Hilltop School District 159
Part III Analyzing, Configuring, and Monitoring Security
4 Analyzing, Configuring, and Monitoring Security 173
Introduction 176
Account Policies 176
Password Restrictions 177
Account Lockout 179
General Administration 179
System Polices and the Policy Editor 180
The System Policy Editor 181
Audit Policy and Auditing Object Access 188
The Audit Policy 189
Defining Objects to be Audited 191
The Security Configuration Manager 197
Installing the Security Configuration Manager 197
Using the GUI Security Configuration Manager 199
Using the Command-Line Security Configuration Editor 208
Maintaining Trust Relationships 211
The Domain Models 214
Creating Trust Relationships 217
Maintaining Trust Relationships 218
Logon, Groups, and Resource Access in Trust Relationships 219
Case Study: Herb's Herbs 222
5 Analyzing, Configuring, and Monitoring Advanced Security 239
Introduction 241
Protecting the SAM with Syskey 242
Implementation 244
Modifying Syskey Storage 246
Repairing a Syskey-Updated System 246
Relevant Hot Fix or Other Security Update 247
Securing Communications with Server Message Block Signing 248
SMB Implementation 251
Client Support 254
SMB Signing Issues 254
Hardening Authentication by Using NTLMv2 255
Authentication Differences 256
Implementing NTLMv2 258
Special Issues, Including Service Pack or Hot Fix Changes 262
Implementing Common Hardening Techniques Using SCM 264
Demanding Increased Complexity with PASSFILT 267
Restricting Anonymous Access 269
Restrict NULL Session Access 272
Restrict Remote Registry Access 273
Adding a Legal Logon Notice 274
Case Study: Spanning the Gap; When Migration Plans Change 277
Part IV Configuring, Managing, and Troubleshooting Access to Resources
6 Configuring, Managing, and Troubleshooting File, Folder, and Printer Access 287
Introduction 289
Giving and Controlling Data and Printer Access 289
Configuring and Controlling Shared Access 289
Configuring and Controlling Local Access 297
Configuring and Controlling Printer Access 306
Managing Printers and Print Devices 309
Windows NT Printing Architecture 310
Printers Folder 315
Adding a Printer on Your Own Machine 316
Adding a Network Print Server 317
Configuring Printers 318
Sharing Printers 327
Setting Up a Printer Pool 328
Printing from MS-DOS Applications 329
Case Study: Larson, Watterson, and Adams (an Accounting Firm) 330
7 Configuring, Managing, and Troubleshooting Dfs and IIS 343
Introduction 346
Giving and Controlling Data Access using the Distributed File System 346
Installing Dfs 347
Maintaining Dfs 349
Installing and Maintaining Internet Information Server 351
Installing Internet Information Server 351
The Default Web Site and the Property Sheets 353
Configuring Virtual Folders Using IIS 358
Configuring Multiple Web Sites Using IIS 360
The Default FTP Site and Property Sheets 362
Creating Virtual FTP Folders and Additional FTP Sites 364
Securing Web Sites Using IIS 365
Performance Tuning IIS 383
Configuring Windows NT Load Balancing Service (WLBS) 386
Managing Internet Access to File and Printer Resources 397
Configuring and Controlling File Access via Web Services 397
Case Study: Ground Up Turf Farms 404
Part V Configuring, Managing, Troubleshooting, and Optimizing Network Services
8 Configuring, Managing, Troubleshooting, and Optimizing Network Connectivity and Name Resolution 421
Introduction 423
Configuring Network Connectivity 423
Network Connectivity and Bindings 424
Installing and Maintaining the NWLink Protocol 425
Installing and Maintaining the NetBEUI Protocol 430
TCP/IP and Name resolution 432
Installing TCP/IP 445
Configuring TCP/IP 446
Troubleshooting TCP/IP 452
Configuring Name Resolution Servers and Services 457
Installing and Configuring DHCP 458
Installing and Configuring DNS 464
Installing and Configuring WINS 474
Integrating WINS and DNS Resolution 475
The Windows NT Browser Service 477
Case Study: Emma's Wolf Repopulation Project 480
9 Configuring, Managing, Troubleshooting, and Optimizing Remote Access and Network Performance 495
Introduction 498
Configuring and Troubleshooting Remote Access Service (RAS) 498
Overview of RAS 498
Modems 500
Other Communications Technologies 508
Dial-In Permissions 509
PPP Problems 510
Troubleshooting the Client 511
Troubleshooting the Server 516
Monitoring the RAS Connection 519
Common RAS Problems 523
RAS Troubleshooting 523
Configuring and Troubleshooting Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) 524
Installing RRAS 524
Administering VPN Access 526
Using IAS for RADIUS Authentication 528
Backing Up and Restoring the RRAS Configuration 530
Network Performance Optimization 531
Traffic Analysis 532
Installing Network Monitor 539
Using Network Monitor 541
Optimizing and Troubleshooting Network Performance 547
Case Study: Monitoring Network Bandwidth 576
Part VI Final Review
Fast Facts 589
Study and Exam Preparation Tips 617
Practice Exam 631
Part VII Appendices
A Glossary 659
B Overview of Certification Process 669
C What's on the CD-ROM 675
D Using the ExamGear, Training Guide Edition Software 677
Index 701
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