Creating a Migration Plan in Windows .NET Server
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To discuss how to create a migration plan in Windows .NET Server
Support professionals working with Windows NT Server 4.0 who are responsible for developing, designing, and deploying a directory services migration; those who are on the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) track who want to acquire the skills necessary to select, develop, and deploy a directory services migration
An understanding of Windows NT Server 4.0 domain types and administration principles; an understanding of DNS, DHCP, and WINS
Creating a Migration Plan in Windows .NET Serverdescribe the components of a migration from Windows NT Server 4.0 to Windows .NET and the Active Directory service.define the migration process and migration terms.describe the three migration options for migrating from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows .NET and the Active Directory.describe the features and benefits of the Active Directory.identify the appropriate terminology, components, and migration paths in a given migration scenario.set migration goals and discuss the current Windows NT Server 4.0-based environment.discuss how to determine migration resource needs.test a migration plan and conduct a pilot migration from Windows NT Server 4.0 to Windows .NET and the Active Directory.design a migration deployment and recovery plan.identify components of a network design, an Active Directory design, a migration test plan, and a migration pilot plan.