Windows 2000 – Migration Design: Upgrade and Migration Strategies

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

Overview

To show how to plan a migration from a Windows NT 3.5x or NT 4.0 domain to Windows 2000

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

240 min.

Course Objectives

Windows 2000 – Migration Design: Upgrade and Migration Strategies

  • identify the main business-related goals when migrating to Windows 2000.
  • list the main factors you need to consider when designing an Active Directory structure in Windows 2000.
  • distinguish between an upgrade and a restructure, and choose a Windows 2000 domain migration strategy appropriate for a given scenario.
  • list the key issues to consider when determining a Windows 2000 migration path.
  • evaluate which network services need to be maintained during and after a migration to Windows 2000.
  • list the effects that migrating to Windows 2000 has on network security.
  • plan how to maintain the DNS, WINS, and DHCP services while migrating to Windows 2000.
  • list the ways of maintaining domain security during a Windows 2000 migration.
  • identify how client and user profiles are affected by a domain upgrade to Windows 2000.
  • list the elements of a deployment plan and list the ways of automating a Windows 2000 installation.
  • list the main elements in a disaster recovery plan and identify ways of protecting domain integrity during a Windows 2000 migration.
  • create a test plan and pilot scheme for a Windows 2000 migration.
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