Windows 2000 – Migration Design: Restructuring
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To describe how to plan the restructuring of a Windows NT 3.5x or NT 4.0 domain to a Windows 2000 domain
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
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
Windows 2000 – Migration Design: Restructuringidentify the domain security principles that you need to bear in mind when migrating to Windows 2000.list the characteristics and requirements of interforest and intraforest restructuring in Windows 2000.list the different Windows 2000 domain restructuring tools and their uses.identify pre-restructure tasks and the restructuring order within a domain when migrating to Windows 2000.list the steps required to configure source and target domains for interforest restructuring to Windows 2000.move user and group accounts to Windows 2000.migrate user accounts to Windows 2000 using the Active Directory Migration Tool.use ClonePrincipal to migrate group accounts to Windows 2000.move computer accounts to Windows 2000.use Netdom to move computer accounts to Windows 2000.use the Active Directory Migration Tool to move computer accounts to Windows 2000.carry out the necessary post-migration tasks in Windows 2000 before decommissioning the source domain.