Windows 2000 – Advanced File and Folder Management
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To provide an overview of the advanced file and folder services and features in Windows 2000
Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-215 and/or 70-210
Working knowledge of Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT Workstation 4.0 from administrative, support, and architectural perspectives
Windows 2000 – Advanced File and Folder Managementidentify the components of the distributed file system (Dfs) tree structure and its advantages for network operations, recognize the features of standalone and fault-tolerant Dfs, and identify the replication process and the problems that can arise.recognize how to create a standalone distributed file system (Dfs) root, add a child node, configure a fault-tolerant Dfs root, and create a replica of both a Dfs root and child node.create a standalone distributed file system (Dfs) root node and a new shared folder, and create a child node in a Dfs root node.recognize how to redirect user data and folders to the network, how to use Group Policy to identify a target location and create a folder for each user, and identify users’ rights.create a shared folder, create a Group Policy object and open the Group Policy Editor, redirect users’ Start menus to the shared folder, and specify policy removal settings.recognize how to make network files and folders available off line, define Windows 2000 caching options, identify the functions of the Synchronization Manager, and configure Offline File settings.share a network folder and enable Automatic Caching for Documents, configure Windows 2000 to use Offline Files, make a file available off line and create a shortcut to the folder, and synchronize the Offline Files folder with the network.recognize how Internet Information Services (IIS) interacts with other services and utilities for web-enabled applications on the network.recognize the function of the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) tool, and identify how to create and publish a virtual directory using Windows 2000.create a virtual directory and publish a web folder using Windows 2000.identify the different Internet standard protocols supported by Windows 2000 and other methods of controlling access to web resources, recognize safety measures for administering a web site, and recognize how to configure access permissions.recognize how to diagnose web site problems and determine the solutions.