...For Dummies gives you just what you need to pass this core exam on the MCSE Windows 2000 track.
Covers: Exam 070-210
About the Author
Glenn Weadock, MCSE, is president of Independent Software, Inc., which he founded in 1982. He has authored numerous computer books, including MCSE Windows(r) 98 For Dummies(r) and Windows(r) 98 Registry For Dummies(r).
Table of Contents
PART I: The Backdrop.
Chapter 1: The Windows 2000 Professional Test.
Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Windows 2000.
PART II: Planning, Installation, and Basic Configuration.
Chapter 3: Planning the File System.
Chapter 4: Installing Windows 2000 Professional.
Chapter 5: Configuring the User Environment.
Chapter 6: Configuring Network Components and Protocols.
PART III: Installing and Configuring Hardware.
Chapter 7: Installing and Configuring Disks, Tapes, and Printers.
Chapter 8: Installing and Configuring Displays and I/O Devices.
Chapter 9: Mobile Computers and Power Management.
PART IV: Configuring and Managing Resource Access.
Chapter 10: Managing Local Users and Groups.
Chapter 11: Access Permissions.
Chapter 12: IntelliMirror and Roaming Access.
Chapter 13: Dial-Up Networking and Remote Access.
PART V: Tuning and Troubleshooting Windows 2000.
Chapter 14: Performance Optimization.
Chapter 15: Troubleshooting and Recovering Windows 2000 Systems.
PART VI The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Test-Taking Tips.
PART VII: Appendixes.
Appendix A: Practice Exam.
Appendix B: About the CD.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
You claim to be an educator but can't even control your caps lock key or spell correctly. Perhaps if you weren't a 12-year-old you could understand whats in the book, like 'mouse' and 'icon.' This isnt rocket surgery here, sir.
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I used all the Dummies MCSE books to prepare for every exam along with practice test. I passed each exam every time and with plenty of time to spare. In fact, my MCSE instructor suggested that I use the Dummies series to make it through my exams. I highly suggest the same for those of you who are trying to be certified.