Core MCSE : Windows 2000 Edition
For courses in Windows NT and Windows 2000 Networking, and Certifications in MCSE, MCSD, Network and others.This Microsoft-approved study guide covers 4 Core MCSE exams required of all MCSE candidates: Installing, Configuring, and Administering Windows 2000 Server (70-215), Windows 2000 Professional (70-210), Implementing and Administering a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure (70-216), and Directory Services Infrastructures (70-217).
- Mixed media product | 1072 pages
- 182 x 238 x 46mm | 1,741.79g
- 19 Nov 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
- 2nd edition
- w. figs.
Table of contents
About the Author. Acknowledgments. MCSE Exam 70-210 Requirements Matrix. MCSE Exam 70-215 Requirements Matrix. MCSE Exam 70-216 Requirements Matrix. MCSE Exam 70-217 Requirements Matrix. Introduction. I. WINDOWS 2000 PROFESSIONAL. 1. Installing Windows 2000 Professional. Installation Planning. Attended Installations. Unattended Installations. Upgrading. Deploying Service Packs. Troubleshooting Installations.2. Administering Windows 2000 Professional Resources. File and Folder Access. Shared Folder Access. Working with Print Devices. Working with File Systems.3. Managing Windows 2000 Professional Devices. Working with Disk Drives. Working with Display Devices. Working with Mobile Computer Hardware. Working with I/O Devices. Updating Drivers. Working with Multiple Processing Units. Working with Network Adapters.4. Optimizing Windows 2000 Professional Devices. Working with Driver Signing. Using Task Scheduler. Offline File Synchronization. Optimizing the Desktop. Managing Hardware Profiles. Recovering System State and User Data.5. Configuring Windows 2000 Professional Environments. Working with User Profiles. Supporting Multiple Languages and Locations. Working with Windows Installer Packages. Working with Desktop Settings. Working with Fax Support. Working with Accessibility Services.6. Networking Windows 2000 Professional. Working with TCP/IP. Working with Dial-Up Networking. Connecting to Shared Resources.7. Securing Windows 2000 Professional. Encrypting Hard Disk Data. Implementing Local Security Policy. Implementing User Account Security. Authenticating Local Users. Implementing Security Configurations.II. WINDOWS 2000 SERVER. 8. Installing Windows 2000 Server. Installation Planning. Attended Installations. Unattended Installations. Upgrading. Deploying Service Packs. Troubleshooting Installations.9. Administering Windows 2000 Server Resource Access. Network Services Interoperability. Working with Printer Access. Working with File and Folder Access. Working with Web Site Access.10. Managing Windows 2000 Server Devices. Configuring Hardware Devices. Configuring Driver Signing. Updating Device Drivers. Troubleshooting Hardware Problems.11. Optimizing Windows 2000 Server. Managing System Resources. Managing Processes. Optimizing Disk Performance. Optimizing System State and User Data. Recovering System State and User Data.12. Administering Windows 2000 Server Storage. Working with Disks and Volumes. Configuring Data Compression. Working with Disk Quotas. Recovering from Disk Failures.13. Networking Windows 2000 Server. Working with Shared Access. Working with Network Protocols. Working with Network Services. Working with Remote Access Services. Working with Virtual Private Networks. Working with Terminal Services. Working with Network Adapters.14. Securing Windows 2000 Server. Encrypting Hard Disk Data. Working with Windows 2000 Policies. Working with Auditing. Working with Local Accounts. Working with Account Policy. Using the Security Configuration Toolset.II. WINDOWS 2000 NETWORKING. 15. Administering Domain Name Services. Working with DNS.16. Administering Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. Working with DHCP.17. Administering Remote Access. Working with Remote Access. Configuring Remote Access Security.18. Administering Network Protocols. Working with Network Protocols. Working with Network Protocol Security. Working with Network Traffic. Working with IPSec.19. Administering Windows Internet Naming Service. Configuring NetBIOS Name Resolution. Working with WINS. Configuring WINS Replication.20. Administering IP Routing. Working with IP Routing. Working with NAT.21. Administering Certificate Authorities. Working with Certificate Authorities.IV. ACTIVE DIRECTORY. 22. Installing Active Directory. Installing Active Directory.23. Administering Active Directory and DNS. Administering DNS for Active Directory.24. Managing Change Configuration. Working with Group Policy. Managing Change Configuration.25. Optimizing Active Directory. Managing Objects. Optimizing Performance and Replication. Backup and Restoration.26. Securing Active Directory. Working with Security Policy.Appendix: Chapter Review Answers. Index.
About Tom Dell
THOMAS DELL, an internationally known writer, trainer, and consultant, is President of Scion Networks, a leading networking and training consultancy. His recent books and courseware include Core MCSE; MCSE: Implementing and Supporting Internet Explorer 5; and The Complete MCSE Internet Information Server 4 Training Course. He resides in Palo Alto, CA.