Synopses & Reviews
Master the Material — and Pass the Core Four Exams!
This comprehensive guide by legendary MCSE trainer Alan R. Carter gives you all the tools you need to succeed on Exams 70-210, 70-215, 70-216, and 70-217, or the accelerated Exam 70-240.
Use the book as comprehensive Windows 2000 study course, complete with tutorials, labs, summaries, examples, and self-assessments. Or pop in the CD-ROM for a diagnostic exam — and get referred back to the specific sections in the book you need to review.
With authoritative coverage of all exam objectives, a crisp two-color design, customizable electronic practice exam, and much more, this four-in-one guide delivers everything you need to pass each exam on the first try!
- Master the subject matter for each Core Four exam
- Practice on state-of-the-art exam simulation software
- Pass the test and tackle real-world challenges
Advanced Test Prep Software
- Simulate Exams pinpoint weakness
- OS Simulation Lab test real-world skills
- Adaptive Exams get you ready for the test
- All test results map back to book content
- Trial versions of VMware 2.0, Diskeeper 5.0, and Undelete 2.0
- AVI files for lab exercises and a PDF version of the book
"Windows 2000 MCSE Study System" is accurate and comprehensive, covering what successful IT professionals need to know about Windows 2000 for on the job and to pass the exams. Organized conceptually, the text is two-color to spotlight key information and highlight special features. CD-ROM allows users to customize exam scenarios or default to a practice exam that simulates the Microsoft exam experience.
Microsoft Certified Trainer Alan Carter has been teaching the Microsoft Official Curriculum for more than a decade, and his previous MCSE books have more than 160,000 copies in print. His newly designed, two-color study system--which features fully integrated test-prep software on CD-ROM--is just what you need to master the material and pass all of the "Core Four" required exams on the Windows 2000 MCSE track. It also boasts a special section for those upgrading from the NT4 exam, making this 5-in-1 title an incredible value.
AVI files for lab exercises and a PDF version of the book
About the Author
Alan R. Carter, MCSE+I, MCT, CNP, Master CNE, CNI, CCNA, has been teaching the Microsoft Official Curriculum and other networking courses for nearly a decade. His bestselling Windows NT 4.0 MCSE Study Guide has more than 1000,000 copies in print.
Table of Contents
PART I: Introduction to Windows 2000.
Chapter 1: Overview of Windows 2000.
Chapter 2: Overview of Active Directory.
PART II: Installation and Configuration.
Chapter 3: Installing Windows 2000.
Chapter 4: Upgrading to Windows 2000.
Chapter 5: Using Control Panel.
Chapter 6: Working with File Systems and Disks.
Chapter 7: Installing and Configuring DNS and Active Directory.
PART III: Managing and Securing Resources.
Chapter 8: Administering and Securing Active Directory.
Chapter 9: Managing Users and Groups.
Chapter 10: Using System Policy and Group Policy.
Chapter 11: Sharing, Securing, and Accessing Files and Folders.
Chapter 12: Managing Printing.
Chapter 13: Auditing and Security.
Chapter 14: Backup and Recovery.
PART IV: Networking and Interoperability.
Chapter 15: Creating and Configuring Network and Dial-up Connections.
Chapter 16: Networking with TCP/IP.
Chapter 17: Managing Remote Access.
Chapter 18: Managing Web and Certificate Services.
Chapter 19: Deploying Windows 2000 on Your Network.
Chapter 20: Managing Terminal Services.
PART V: Monitoring, Optimizing, and Troubleshooting.
Chapter 21: Monitoring, Optimizing, and Troubleshooting Performance.
Chapter 22: Managing, Optimizing, and Troubleshooting Active Directory, Replication and Performance.
Appendix A: Windows 2000 MCSE Core Exam Objectives.
Appendix B: What You Need to Know to Prepare for the Exams.
Appendix C: What's on the CD-ROM.
End-User License Agreement.
CD-ROM Installation Instructions.