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· Requisiti

Before attending this course, students must be able to demonstrate the following skills: · Proficiency using the Windows interface to locate, cre

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Microsoft Windows 2000 Network and Operating System Essentials

Course No. 2151 · Three days · Instructor-led

The goal of this course is to provide individuals who are new to Microsoft® Windows® 2000 with the knowledge necessary to understand and identify the tasks involved in supporting Windows 2000 networks. This is an introductory course designed to provide an overview of networking concepts and how they are implemented in Windows 2000.

At Course Completion

At the end of the course, students will be able to describe the principal features of Windows 2000 and the basics of networking with Windows 2000; describe the types of user accounts and the principal security features of a Windows 2000 network; identify the tools used to perform various administrative tasks; describe the features of the common protocols used in a Windows 2000 network; describe the funda­mentals of TCP/IP, including name resolution, routing, and IP addressing-classful versus Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR); describe the network communi­cation models used in a Windows 2000 network; differentiate between the various types of network architectures; describe the common physical components used for network communication; describe the concepts and protocols for remote access communication; and describe the client and server technologies used in accessing Web services.

Microsoft Certified Professional Exams


This course helps you prepare for the fol­lowing Microsoft Certified Professional exams:

· Exam 70-210, Installing, Configuring, and Administering

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

· Exam 70-215, Installing, Configuring, and Administering

Microsoft Windows 2000 ServerPrerequisites

Before attending this course, students must be able to demonstrate the following skills:

· Proficiency using the Windows interface to locate, create, and manipulate folders and files and to configure the desktop environment

· General knowledge of computer hardware components, including memory, hard disks, and CPUs

· General knowledge of networking concepts, including network operating system, server-client relationship, and local area network (LAN)

The course materials, lectures, and lab exercises are in English. To benefit fully from our instruction, students need an understanding of the English language and completion of the prerequisites.

Course Materials and Software

The course materials are yours to keep.

You will be provided with evaluation versions of the following software:

· Microsoft Windows 2000

Advanced Server

· Microsoft Windows 2000

Professional

Day 1

Module 1: Introduction to Windows 2000 and Networking

Topics:

Windows 2000 Operating Systems

Introduction to Networks

Windows 2000 Implementation of Networking

Labs:

Identifying Computer

Networks

Identifying Features of a

Windows 2000 Network

Logging On to Windows 2000

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Define an operating system.

· Identify the features of

Windows 2000.

· Define a network and describe the different types of networks and network operating systems.

· Define domains, trees, and forests.

· Describe the implementation of

Microsoft Windows NT® Directory Services with Windows 2000 Active

Directory directory service.

Module 2: Administration of a Windows 2000 Network

Topics:

Windows 2000 Help

Administrative Tasks

Administrative Tools

Labs:

Using Windows 2000

Help

Identifying Administrative

Tools

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Use online Help.

· Describe the tools used to perform routine administrative tasks:

· Control Panel

· System Properties

· System Information

· Event Viewer

· Windows Task Manager

· Performance

· Printers

· Shared Folders

· Disk Management

· Backup

· Security Management

· Network

· Microssoft Management Console

Module 3: Securing a Windows 2000 Network

Topics:

User Accounts

Groups

User Rights

Permissions

Labs:

Examining Users and Groups

Examining User Rights

Examining File and Folder

Permissions

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Identify two types of user accounts: local user accounts and domain user accounts.

· Describe the role of groups in administering Windows 2000.

· Describe the user rights that can be granted and the permissions that can be granted for access to resources.

Day 2

Module 4: Examining the Network

Topics:

Scope of Networks

Basic Connectivity Components

Network Topologies

Network Technologies

Expanding the Network

Lab:

Examining the Network

Architecture

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the scope of a network.

· Describe the components used in a network.

· Describe the topologies used in networks.

· Describe the technologies used in networks.

· Describe the components used to expand a network.

Module 5: Examining

Network Protocols

Topics:

Introduction to Protocols

Protocols and Data Transmissions

Common Protocols

Other Communication Protocols

Remote Access Protocols

Labs:

Identifying Protocol

Capabilities

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Define a protocol and describe the types of protocols.

· Name the common network protocols supported by Windows 2000 and describe their characteristics.

· Describe the communication protocols and technologies that are compatible with Windows 2000.

· Describe the protocols used for remote access: dial-up protocols and virtual private network (VPN) protocols.

Module 6: Examining

TCP/IP

Topics:

Introduction to TCP/IP

TCP/IP Protocol Suite

Name Resolution

Examining the Data Transfer Process

Routing Data

Labs:

Using TCP/IP Utilities

Identifying Processes and

Protocols in TCP/IP

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the TCP/IP communication process.

· Describe the protocols in the

TCP/IP protocol stack and the services they provide.

· Describe the process for resolving user-friendly computer names by mapping them to an IP address.

· Describe the process for sending data packets from one computer to another.

· Describe how the process of routing passes information between two network segments, so that computers can communicate on a wider scope.

Day 3


Module 7: Examining IP

Addressing

Topics:

Classful IP Addressing

Subnetting a Network

Planning IP Addressing

Assigning TCP/IP Addresses

Labs:

Determining Class

Addresses and Subnet Masks

Identifying Valid IP

Addresses

Examining the

Configuration of TCP/IP

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Define classful IP addressing and describe the features of each class.

· Describe the procedure for subnetting a network.

· Describe the issues involved in planning the IP addresses for a network.

· Describe the procedure for assigning an IP address by using the tools provided by Windows 2000.

Module 8: Optimizing IP Address Allocation

Topics:

Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR)

Binary

IP Addresses

Binary

Subnet Masks

IP Address Allocation Using CIDR

Labs:

Using Calculator to

Convert Decimal and Binary Numbers

Determining Local and

Remote Destinations

Allocating IP Addresses

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the features of

Classless Inter-Domain Routing.

· Convert IP addresses from decimal format to binary format.

· Calculate the network ID of a subnet mask to determine local and remote hosts.

· Describe IP address allocation using CIDR.

Module 9: Examining Web ServicesTopics:

Identifying Internet Concepts

Using Client Technologies

Connecting to the Internet

Identifying Web Server Concepts

Labs:

Accessing an FTP Site by

Using Internet Explorer

Identifying Web Concepts

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the Internet, an intranet, the domain namespace, and a Uniform Resource Locator (URL).

· Describe the different client technologies available for accessing information on the Internet.

· Describe the methods for securely connecting to the Internet from a Windows 2000 network by using

Network Address Translators (NATs), proxy servers, and firewalls.

· Explain how Web server technologies, such as Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS), can be used to host services on the Internet

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