Windows 2000 – Migration Design: Upgrade and Migration Strategies
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To show how to plan a migration from a Windows NT 3.5x or NT 4.0 domain to Windows 2000
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: Upgrade and Migration Strategiesidentify 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.