Cluster Administration and Resource Management in Microsoft Windows 2000

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To enable students to administer the cluster using the cluster administration tools

Target Audience

Students preparing for Microsoft Certification in Implementing Microsoft Clustering Service on Windows 2000 Advanced Server and IT professionals who are associated with organizations that need to provide access to services or data in a high-availability environment or for large user populations

Prerequisites

Familiarity with the Microsoft Windows 2000 – Implementing a Network Infrastructure learning path; the Microsoft Windows 2000 – Update learning path, or equivalent skills

Expected Duration

255 min.

Course Objectives

Cluster Administration and Resource Management in Microsoft Windows 2000

  • install and run Cluster Administrator, connect to a cluster, and configure cluster properties.
  • describe cluster resources and groups, and identify resource states and dependencies.
  • identify resource types, create groups and resources, and change their properties.
  • explain and configure failback and failover policies.
  • administer the cluster using the command-line utility, Cluster.exe.
  • configure a virtual server on the cluster.
  • create a virtual server.
  • describe how to configure a cluster print share.
  • create a cluster print share.
  • create a dynamic File Share resource.
  • configure a dynamic File Share resource on the cluster
  • describe how to create a Dfs file share resource.
  • create a Dfs file share resource.
  • describe, install, and configure generic applications and service resources for the Microsoft Cluster Service.
  • describe cluster-aware applications, and install and configure Microsoft Internet Information Service on the cluster.
  • install the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) service and create a DHCP cluster resource.
  • implement IIS services on the cluster.
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