Windows 2000 – Installation

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

Overview

To describe the Windows 2000 installation process, options, and how to upgrade to Windows 2000 from other operating systems

Target Audience

Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-215 and/or 70-210

Prerequisites

Working knowledge of Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT Workstation 4.0 from administrative, support, and architectural perspectives

Expected Duration

305 min.

Course Objectives

Windows 2000 – Installation

  • name the hardware and system requirements for installing Windows 2000 either for workgroups or domains, and determine the type of software licensing required.
  • describe how to install Windows 2000 and name the different options for Windows 2000 Server and Windows 2000 Professional.
  • identify how to install Windows 2000 across a network.
  • recognize the functions of the Sysprep tool and how it is used for cloning, and identify the steps in preparing a hard disk for imaging.
  • identify how to automate the setup process and use the Setup Manager to create an answer file to automate the installation.
  • use the Setup Manager to create an answer file specifying unattended mode and organizational settings, and to specify domain time zone and installation settings for the answer file.
  • define the requirements for the Remote Installation Services (RIS) component, list the steps for installing RIS after the Windows 2000 Server Setup, and identify how to remotely install applications using a remote boot disk.
  • configure and use Remote Installation Services (RIS).
  • recognize problems that may arise during installation and how to resolve them.
  • recognize the benefits, features, and tools of the Windows NT 4.0 Service Packs, and identify how to install different service packs and set roaming user profiles.
  • identify the benefits and documentation requirements of streamlining the directory service, and recognize how to consolidate user accounts and groups.
  • identify the primary communication protocol for Windows 2000, recognize the roles of IP addresses, subnets, and gateways, and identify the function of DNS.
  • determine client computer hardware capabilities and upgrade requirements, and define the disk image copying process.
  • identify the preparatory steps required for hardware and user environment configuration in readiness for the migration process to Windows 2000.
  • identify necessary procedures in preparing a network for migration to Windows 2000.
  • recognize what preparations are necessary before upgrading a server to Windows 2000.
  • identify the upgrade requirements for the client computers’ operating systems, hardware and software, and complete the upgrade steps.
  • recognize how to upgrade member servers, identify the steps taken in the Active Directory Installation Wizard to upgrade to a domain controller, and identify the tasks you should perform after configuring and upgrading a server.
  • migrate a user account, view a log file, and create a report for a summary of the completed migration operation.
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