Managing Resources, File Systems, Disks, and Web Services in Windows 2000
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To demonstrate how to manage resources, file systems, disks, and web services in a Windows 2000 network
Managers, IT consultants, analysts, network administrators, and support professionals tasked with managing Windows 2000 in a network environment; students preparing for Microsoft certification in managing a Microsoft Windows 2000 network environment
A good working knowledge of TCP/IP, Internet technologies, and internetworking; a general knowledge of computer hardware components and networking concepts
Managing Resources, File Systems, Disks, and Web Services in Windows 2000publish resources using the Active Directory.publish a printer in the Active Directory.configure a printer in the Active Directory.publish a shared folder and a printer in an organizational unit in the Active Directory.search for objects within the Active Directory.demonstrate how to share folders in Windows 2000.create and configure shared folders in Windows 2000.manage web folders in Windows 2000.administer shared printers in Windows 2000.discuss disk storage, volumes, and basic and dynamic disks in Windows 2000.use the Disk Management Console and configure volumes and disks in Windows 2000.create a volume in Windows 2000.manage disk quotas in Windows 2000.configure disk quotas in Windows 2000.implement file systems in Windows 2000.describe encrypting file system (EFS) implementation and recovery in Windows 2000.configure and administer a domain-based distributed file system (Dfs) in Windows 2000.manage file and folder permissions in Windows 2000.configure NTFS file permissions in Windows 2000.compress files and folders in Windows 2000.