Existing and aspiring Windows 2000 certified professional will quickly seek to get their W2K credentials in order to be technically current and capable of supporting Windows 2000 implementations.Windows 2000 is substantially different from Windows NT 4.0 so even the most experienced network professionals will need to be updated and certified.Covers all of Windows 2000 Networking services, including providing Internet Protocol (IP) networking infrastructure (TCP/IP, DHCP, DNS), supporting remote users, providing IP routing and secure communications, and managing access to Internet. CD-ROM includes TEST YOURSELF Personal Testing Center and video clips of the world's premiere classroom instructors teaching the most critical and complex topics.60 minutes of audio tape reviews kew exam topics essential to passing the exam.
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This study guide is aimed at helping the reader towards the MCSE 2000 Network Services (Exam 70-217). It offers: hands-on learning approach; review sections; and a revised and enhanced CD-ROM, with Skill Builder software, video clips, and coverage of exam topics to passing the exam.Review:
MCSE: Windows 2000 Directory Services Administration Study Guide is as sizable as its title would indicate, providing its readers with ammunition for use in both real life and on the Active Directory exam (70-217). As is typical of technologies for which certification tests exist, the actual skills you need to set up and work with Active Directory are related to (but not the same as) the knowledge you need to pass the Microsoft certification exam on the subject. The authoring team on this book has done a good job of covering all the subjects covered in the Microsoft outline of the Active Directory test's objectives. They've also backed their written work with a good-quality assessment test (with answers) on CD-ROM, suitable for use when certification candidates don't want to tote the book.
The authors' approach to their subject is typical of books in this series. In essence, it's complete documentation of the Active Directory subsystem of Windows 2000, just as you would get in a reference book on that subject. In addition, there are exercises that readers can follow to build their experience with aspects of Active Directory. Chapters wrap up with questions (for which detailed answers follow a few pages later) and lab processes to try. --David Wall
Topics covered: The material you have to understand in order to pass the Active Directory exam (70-217) on your way to a Microsoft professional certification. Chapters address installation and configuration, implementation of the Domain Name Service (DNS), user and group management, remote installation, and troubleshooting.
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