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MS Windows 2000 Server Administration


Our MS Windows 2000 Server Administration test measures your knowledge to administer a server running Microsoft's Windows 2000 operating system. Designed for experienced system administrators, this test covers the following topics: Active Directory, Disks and File Systems, Installation, Maintenance, Migration, Networking, Security, Server Administration, Server Configuration, and Troubleshooting.

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Test Outline

Active Directory
Concepts of Directory Services
Concepts of Domains and Forests
Configuring Directory Services
Domain Administration
Domain Planning
Disks and File Systems
Administering File Systems, Shares, and DFS
Advanced Disk Management
Concepts of Distributed and Remote File Systems
File Systems, Replication, and Fault Tolerance
Basic Attended and Unattended Installation
Remote Installation - Windows Professional
Upgrading from Windows NT
Disaster Recovery
Server Optimization
Planning and Deployment - Upgrade
Preparing a Recovery Plan
Preparing for Migration
Troubleshooting the Migration
Concepts of Network Protocols
Network Administration
Network Configuration (DNS, DHCP, TCP/IP, WINS)
Network Design Considerations
Concepts of Security and Kerberos
Configuring Security
Security Design Considerations
Server Administration
Command Prompt
Remote Access Service Administration
Users, Groups, Policies, and Profiles
Windows 2000 Server Components & Capabilities
Server Configuration
IIS 5.0
Print Services
Remote Access Service
Terminal Services
Analyzing the Boot Sequence
Client and Connectivity Problems
Network Problems
Print Services Problems