Windows 2000 – New Features and Architecture
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To explain the positioning of Windows 2000 and describe its architecture, new features, and benefits
Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-215 and/or 70-210
Working knowledge of Windows 95, Windows 98, or Windows NT Workstation 4.0 from administrative, support, and architectural perspectives
Windows 2000 – New Features and Architectureidentify the different versions of Microsoft Windows, Windows 2000, and the functions of each.recognize the progression from Microsoft Windows NT to Microsoft Windows 2000 and the benefits offered by Windows 2000.recognize the five design goals created by developers for both Windows NT and Windows 2000.identify the change and configuration management features for Zero Administration for Windows, including software installation and maintenance, and user data and settings management.identify the components and function of the Windows 2000 management services.recognize the new security features supported by Windows 2000.recognize how the Windows 2000 server addresses the design goals of scalability and reliability for the Windows 2000 operating system.identify the Kernel mode and User mode components for the Windows 2000 operating system, and recognize how Windows 2000 has improved the Plug and Play technologies.recognize the capabilities and benefits of different types of memory used by Windows 2000.recognize the advantages of Windows 2000 being a multiprocessing operating system, and define its ability to execute multiple threads to run concurrent tasks.recognize the Active Directory structure and domain components, and identify the Windows 2000 network domain modes.identify the namespaces supported by Active Directory, recognize the different domain relationships, and identify the naming conventions used to locate domains on the network.design an Active Directory structure in which a domain exists with its own subdomain and organizational unit.recognize how the Active Directory replication process updates all domain controllers through the use of a Ring topology.