Windows 2000 – Active Directory Replication and DNS

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

Overview

To provide an overview of the implementation and configuration of DNS services and Active Directory replication

Target Audience

Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-217; students working in a medium to very large computing environments that use the Windows 2000 network operating system

Prerequisites

Experience in implementing and administering network operating systems

Expected Duration

220 min.

Course Objectives

Windows 2000 – Active Directory Replication and DNS

  • define the types of replication, recognize how to create a site, and identify how to replicate a partition within a site.
  • create a site and a subnet.
  • recognize the function of intersite replication, and identify the purpose of site links and site link bridges and how to create them.
  • configure a bridgehead server and create a site link and a site link bridge.
  • state the types of problems that can occur with replication and determine how to correct the problems.
  • recognize the essential requirements of a DNS server, and identify how to implement and install DNS before and during installation of the Active Directory.
  • install the DNS Server service.
  • recognize how to store, integrate, and replicate zones on your network.
  • create Active Directory-integrated forward and reverse lookup zones and configure dynamic DNS.
  • recognize guidelines you should follow to prevent common configuration errors when designing and managing your DNS service.
  • recognize how to use the Microsoft Management Console snap-in to manage DNS and the Event Viewer to identify DNS and networking problems.
  • use the DNS snap-in to verify that the server can make simple and recursive queries and track the possible cause of an error event in the Event Viewer.
  • identify the command-line tools and utilities you can use to monitor, administer, troubleshoot, and solve DNS problems.
  • use command-line troubleshooting utilities to identify and solve a DNS query problem.
  • recognize how to manage and monitor replication traffic using the Replication Monitor, Replication Administrator, and Network Monitor.
  • monitor a server, add a replication connection, and monitor DNS replication data.
  • modify the replication topology and designate bridgehead servers.
  • add a replication connection, view replication partners, and designate a bridgehead server.
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