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MS Windows 2000 Migration

Description:

Our MS Windows 2000 Migration test measures your ability to migrate a network to Microsoft Windows 2000 from previous versions of Microsoft Windows. Designed for experienced network administrators, this test covers the following topics: Concepts-95/98 to 2000, Concepts-NT to 2000, Implementing-NT to 2000, Installation-95/98 to 2000, Installation-NT to 2000, Migration-NT to 2000, Planning-95/98 to 2000, and Planning-NT to 2000.

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$49.95

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Test Outline


Concepts - 95/98 to 2000
Application Compatibility
Domains/Workgroups
FAT32/NTFS 5.0
Security
TCP/IP
Concepts - NT to 2000
Active Directory
Client Compatibility
Dcpromo.exe (AD Wizard)
Disk Management
DNS-DDNS
Domains & DC's
Encrypted File System
Group Policy
NTFS 5.0 Features
Security and Permissions
TCP/IP
Implementing - NT to 2000
Encrypted File System
Group Policy
NTFS 5.0 Features
OUs and Delegation
Installation - 95/98 to 2000
Disk Duplication
Manual
Network Installation
Remote Installation (RIS)
Troubleshooting Failed Installations
Unattended/Answer Files
Installation - NT to 2000
Dcpromo.exe (AD Wizard)
Procedures
Remote and Unattended
Upgrade Options
Migration - NT to 2000
Client Compatibility
Incompatibilities
Operating in Mixed Mode
Operations Masters (FSMO)
RAID Issues
Switching to Native Mode
Planning - 95/98 to 2000
Application Compatibility
Backup
Configuration Options
Domain/Workgroup Membership
Hardware Requirements / Compatibility / Drivers
Pre-Installation Check
Profiles/Policies
Planning - NT to 2000
Converting from NT 4 Domain Models
Hardware Requirements
Implementing Active Directory
Naming Strategy
Preparing NT
Rollback & Recovery
Server Upgrade Options
Sites and Replication