Windows 2000 – Migration Design: Deployment

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

Overview

To show how to upgrade Windows NT 3.5x or 4.0 to Windows 2000, maintain network services during migration, and set up the Active Directory

Target Audience

Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-222; personnel in medium to very large computing environments that plan to migrate from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows 2000

Prerequisites

An understanding of Windows NT domain structure, including Active Directory™, DNS, DHCP, WINS, and TCP/IP as well as experience with remote access, routing issues, and connectivity

Expected Duration

310 min.

Course Objectives

Windows 2000 – Migration Design: Deployment

  • list the different methods of installing Windows 2000 and the situations to which they are best suited.
  • list the different tasks you need to perform before upgrading to Windows 2000 and run the Windows 2000 Setup program.
  • add a child domain to a parent domain and create a new organizational unit in the Windows 2000 Active Directory.
  • differentiate between domain and local user accounts, and use the Active Directory Users and Computers snap-in to add user and computer accounts in Windows 2000.
  • differentiate between the two types of site replication, list the criteria for planning site topologies, and use the Active Directory Sites and Services snap-in to add a new site object in Windows 2000.
  • create a site object, associate a subnet with the object, and create a site link in Windows 2000.
  • use the Active Directory Domains and Trusts snap-in to manage domains and trust relationships in Windows 2000.
  • view a server’s DNS configuration, and enable dynamic DNS and Active Directory integration in Windows 2000.
  • configure DHCP, WINS, and NetBIOS in Windows 2000.
  • configure the File Replication Service in Windows 2000.
  • list the steps involved in creating and configuring a group policy object (GPO) in Windows 2000
  • create and configure a group policy object (GPO) in Windows 2000.
  • configure remote access connections and policies in Windows 2000.
  • list the steps involved in dealing with local, global, and post-upgrade disasters, the possible causes of domain upgrade failure, and the tools you can use to monitor an upgrade to Windows 2000.
  • identify the two elements of the Windows 2000 security model, the three models for managing Group Policy, and the main ways of securing a Windows 2000 network.
  • identify the tools you can use to troubleshoot network service problems in Windows 2000.
  • list the different ways of optimizing server performance in Windows 2000.
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