Windows 2000 Directory Design MCSE 70-219 Training
This online training series prepares students for the MCSE 70-219 exam. Users review how to plan for the implementation of Windows 2000 and Active Directory, focusing on matching business requirements with Windows 2000 features. Some of the features examined include security, DNS, group policies, and workstation management. Users also learn to design the Active Directory's domains, Organizational Units, sites, and service locations.
This Windows 2000 Directory Design MCSE 70-219 online training series provides 35 hours of self-paced courseware. This web-based training provides 1 year of unlimited access to all of the following lessons:
1 . Analyzing Business Requirements
2 . Analyzing the Technical Environment
3 . Analyzing Performance and Access
4 . Analyzing Security Considerations
5 . Analyzing the Impact of Active Directory
6 . Analyzing Client Management Requirements
7 . Directory Naming and DNS Placement
8 . Designing Directory Service Architecture
9 . Designing a Site Topology and Service Locations
10 . Designing an OU Management Structure
11 . Designing a Group Policy Management Structure
12 . Planning for Coexistence with Other Directories
13 . Schema Modification Policy and Implementation Plan
Analyzing Business Requirements
This course explains how to conduct a business assessment by identifying key company processes and strategy influences and by defining problems and objectives.
- Conducting a Business Assessment
- Problems and Objectives
- Company Organization
- Geographical Scope
- Key Processes
- Strategy Influences
Analyzing the Technical Environment
This course explains how to determine how a company's IT management structure will affect the Active Directory design project. The course also reviews how to examine the company's technical environment.
- Analyzing the IT Management Structure
- Funding and Outsourcing
- Examining Users and Connections
- Inventorying Equipment
- Name Resolution Services
Analyzing Performance and Access
This course explains how to examine the network's current performance and the procedures to access the network.
- Planning for Data Collection
- Logging System Monitor Data
- Common Bottlenecks
- Network Bottlenecks
- Completing the Performance Analysis
- Performance Roles and Enhancements
Analyzing Security Considerations
This course explains how to use the features of Windows 2000 and Active Directory to fulfill a company's network security requirements.
- Windows 2000 Authentication
- Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
- Active Directory and Security
- Securing Data Transmissions
- Security in the Enterprise
Analyzing the Impact of Active Directory
This course shows the user how to assess how an Active Directory design will change the performance and design of a network.
- Performing an Application Inventory
- Problem Applications and Solutions
- Removing NetBIOS
- Technical Support Structure
- Network and Systems Management
Analyzing Client Management Requirements
This course explains how to identify end-user needs, install and manage software remotely, and manage desktops.
- End-User Needs and Desktop Management
- Software Installation and Maintenance
- Remote OS Installation
- Remote Desktop Management
Directory Naming and DNS Placement
This course shows users how to design an Active Directory naming strategy and to place DNS servers in the design.
- DNS Design Concepts
- DNS Components
- DNS and Active Directory
- Namespace Planning
- Complex Namespace Considerations
Designing Directory Service Architecture
This course examines how to plan and implement domain architecture.
- Domain Design Concepts
- Beginning the Design Process
- Rules of Domain Creation
- Planning the Active Directory Root
- Parent/Child and Trust Relationships
Designing a Site Topology and Service Locations
This course shows users how to plan service locations, such as operations masters, global catalog servers, and DNS servers.
- Creating a Site Plan
- Planning a Site Structure
- Operations Masters
- Using Operations Masters
Designing an OU Management Structure
This course explains how to organize and manage organizational units in the Active Directory design.
- Organizational Units
- Designing an OU Structure
- Using OU Security
- Developing an OU Delegation Plan
Designing a Group Policy Management Structure
This course explains how to use group policies to organize and manage elements in the Active Directory design.
- How GPOs Work
- Using Group Policies
- Creating a Group Policy Management Plan
Planning for Coexistence with Other Directories
This course reviews how to plan for using Active Directory in an environment that also includes NetWare NDS or UNIX. The course also examines how to plan for using Active Directory with Exchange 5.5.
- Coexisting with NetWare NDS
- Planning Coexistence with UNIX
- Account Administration for UNIX
- Synchronizing Exchange 5.5 and AD
Schema Modification Policy and Implementation Plan
This course shows users how to develop a policy for modifying the Active Directory schema and to develop a plan for implementing Active Directory in a network.
- Active Directory Schema
- Preparing to Modify the Schema
- Designing a Schema Modification Policy
- Designing an Implementation Plan
Windows 2000 Directory Design MCSE 70-219
This online training series is for anyone who wants to take the MCSE Exam 70-219 for Windows 2000 certification.
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