Managing Files, Folders, and Devices in Microsoft Windows XP
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To show how to manage, control, and troubleshoot files and folders, network devices, and drivers in Windows XP Professional
Students preparing for the Microsoft Exam 70-270; Installing, configuring and administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 98/95, or Windows NT Workstation 4 from administrative, support, and architectural perspectives
Managing Files, Folders, and Devices in Microsoft Windows XPcontrol access to files and folders in Windows XP Professional.create a shared folder and set permissions for it in Windows XP Professional.discuss cookie management and how to make web folders available for offline use in Windows XP Professional.explain offline files and configure caching options in Windows XP Professional.to manage and control printers and print jobs in Windows XP Professional.configure printer permissions in Windows XP Professional.configure file systems in Windows XP Professional.install a fax printer, discuss fax options, and troubleshoot fax problems in Windows XP Professional.explain printer access.manage file compression and explain how to copy and move compressed files in Windows XP Professional.install CD-ROM and DVD devices and monitor and configure tape devices in Windows XP Professional.discuss basic disks, create a dynamic disk, and manage volumes and disks in Windows XP Professional.create a primary partition, convert a disk, and create a volume in Windows XP Professional.configure display support and video adapters in Windows XP Professional.monitor and configure devices in Windows XP Professional.discuss the use of infrared devices, wireless networking, USB devices, and handheld devices in Windows XP Professional.configure modems and an IrDA device in Windows XP.manage and troubleshoot drivers in Windows XP Professional.troubleshoot and update printer drivers in Windows XP Professional.configure and manage the Windows XP Professional advanced configuration power interface.