Windows 2000 – Network Design: Networking
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To provide an overview of Windows 2000 networking services and to analyze and design a TCP/IP requirement and implementation strategy
Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-221; personnel in medium to very large computing environments that use the Windows 2000 network operating system
Experience in designing network infrastructures in environments that support 200-26,000+ users and 5-150+ physical locations using typical network services and applications including file and print, database, messaging, proxy server or firewall, dial-in server, desktop management, and Web hosting
Windows 2000 – Network Design: Networkinglist the main networking services and protocols available in Windows 2000 and describe their uses.match various network services available in Windows 2000 with their descriptions.list the criteria that you need to consider when designing a Windows 2000 network and when creating a management strategy.list the benefits of the Distributed File System in Windows 2000 and identify the main considerations in formulating a Dfs strategy.list the tasks and tools involved in the requirements analysis phase of designing a TCP/IP network for Windows 2000.identify the issues surrounding choosing IP addressing systems, routing methods and address configuration methods when designing a TCP/IP network in Windows 2000.specify the general design requirements for different network design options in a Windows 2000 TCP/IP network.list the methods of ensuring security and improving availability on a Windows 2000 TCP/IP network.list the different ways of maximizing performance in a Windows 2000 TCP/IP network.list the different TCP/IP utilities available in Windows 2000 and identify their uses.recommend ways of improving TCP/IP security, availability, and performance on a Windows 2000 network.list the different interoperability scenarios that you are likely to encounter and the issues you need to consider when connecting Windows 2000 to a non-Microsoft network.list the protocols and services used to connect Windows 2000 to NetWare, UNIX, and Macintosh platforms.identify the correct protocol, terminal emulation requirement, and interoperability service needed to connect different platforms to Windows 2000.identify the tools and methods that will help you optimize Windows 2000 interoperability with NetWare, IBM, and Macintosh platforms.