Mcse Windows 2000 Server

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Build the skills you'll need for on-the-job success! This lab manual contains real-world projects and exercises designed to accompany the MCSE Windows 2000 Server Study Guide. Inside,you'll find more than 40 laboratory exercises with solutions,step-by-step scenarios that ...
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Overview

Build the skills you'll need for on-the-job success! This lab manual contains real-world projects and exercises designed to accompany the MCSE Windows 2000 Server Study Guide. Inside,you'll find more than 40 laboratory exercises with solutions,step-by-step scenarios that require you to think critically,post-lab analysis questions and key term quizzes,and back-of-book solutions that explain not only what happened,but why.


Real-World Projects and Exercises Designed to Accompany the MCSE Windows 2000 Server Study Guide


Practice the Skills You'll Need on the Job!


Perfect for both classroom and self-paced learning



  • Labs that challenge you to solve problems based on realistic case studies
  • Step-by-step scenarios that require you to think critically
  • Post-lab observation questions that measure your understanding of lab results and key term quizzes that help build your vocabulary
  • End-of-chapter solutions that explain not only what happened,but why

In this lab manual,you'll practice:



  • Performing an Attended Installation of Windows 2000 Server
  • Automating the Deployment of Windows 2000
  • Upgrading A Server from Microsoft Windows NT 4. 0
  • Troubleshooting Failed Installations
  • Working with the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Service
  • Managing,Monitoring,and Optimizing System Performance
  • Backing Up Server Data and Recovering Lost Data
  • Managing Storage Use
  • Configuring Windows 2000 Remote Connections,Including TCP/IP,DHCP,and VPNs

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072223019
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 2/21/2002
  • Series: Certification Press Series
  • Pages: 392
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 0.81 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments xv
Introduction xvii
1 Preparing for the Challenges of Windows 2000 Server Certification 1
Identifying and Assessing the Skills Needed for Windows 2000 Server Certification 2
Identifying and Evaluating New Windows 2000 Features 5
2 Performing an Attended Installation of Windows 2000 Server 13
Determining Resource Names and Network Layout 14
Determining Hardward Requirements 16
Choosing a File System 22
Partitioning the Drive 24
Choosing a Licensing Mode 26
Joining a Workgroup or Domain 28
Performing an Attended Installation of Windows 2000 Server 30
3 Automating the Deployment of Windows 2000 51
Using the System Preparation Tool (SysPrep) to Deploy Windows 2000 52
Using Setup Manager to Create Answer Files for Unattended Installation of Windows 2000 55
Configuring the Remote Installation Service 59
Using Remote Installation Preparation (RIPrep) to Prepare a Computer for Deployment 61
Performing an Unattended Installation of Windows 2000 Server 64
4 Upgrading from Windows NT 4.0 83
Upgrading a Server from Windows NT Server 4.0 84
Deploying Service Packs 88
Troubleshooting Failed Installations 91
5 Using Network Services 105
Working with the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Service 106
Resolving NetBIOS Names Using the Windows Internet Naming Service 111
Resolving Host Names Using the Domain Name System Service 113
6 Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Access to Resources 131
Controlling Local Access to Files and Folders 132
Controlling Access to Distributed File System (DFS) Resources 139
Controlling Access to Printers 141
7 Configuring and Troubleshooting Hardware Devices and Drivers 165
Configuring Hardware Devices 166
Updating Device Drivers 170
Troubleshooting Problems with Hardware 173
8 Managing, Monitoring, and Optimizing System Performance 187
Creating a Baseline 188
Setting Program Priority 189
Setting a Paging File 191
Cleaning Up a Disk 193
Defragmenting a Disk 194
Creating a Counter Log 195
Setting an Alert 196
9 Protecting and Restoring Systems 213
Backing Up Server Data 214
Restoring a File from the Backup 216
Scheduling a Daily Backup 217
Installing Recovery Console 218
Using Recovery Console 220
10 Managing Storage Use 237
Converting a Disk into a Dynamic Disk 238
Extending a Volume 239
Mirroring a Partition 240
Compressing a Folder 242
11 Configuring Remote Connections in Windows 2000 255
Creating a Dialup Connection to the Internet 256
Verifying TCP/IP and DHCP 258
Creating a Virtual Private Network Server 259
Creating a Remote Access Policy 260
12 Implementing User Security with Policies, Profiles, and Encryption 277
Limiting Remote Access 278
Securing the Server and Workstations with a Group Policy 279
Linking Policies to the Domain 281
Verifying Roaming Profile 282
Switching Off Control Panel 282
Encrypting a Folder 284
13 Auditing Folders, Simplifying User Creation, and Modifying Security Settings 303
Auditing a Folder 304
Creating a User Template 305
Changing Password Policies 307
Analyzing the Security Settings 308
14 Using Terminal and Internet Information Services 325
Installing Terminal Services in Remote Administration Mode 326
Monitoring Terminal Services 327
Installing Internet Information Services 328
Configuring an FTP Site 329
Index 343
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