Managing Resources, File Systems, Disks, and Web Services in Windows 2000

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

Overview

To demonstrate how to manage resources, file systems, disks, and web services in a Windows 2000 network

Target Audience

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

Prerequisites

A good working knowledge of TCP/IP, Internet technologies, and internetworking; a general knowledge of computer hardware components and networking concepts

Expected Duration

400 min.

Course Objectives

Managing Resources, File Systems, Disks, and Web Services in Windows 2000

  • publish 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.
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