Windows 2000 Server Sites and Services

The goal of this course is to teach you advanced administration tips and time-saving techniques for managing Active Directory on Windows 2000 Server.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 15, 2005
Duration
4h 27m
Table of contents
Introduction
Lab Setup
Unattended AD Installation
Creating New Sites and Subnets
Intersite Replication Using Site Links and Bridgehead Servers
Monitoring AD Replication
Flexible Single Master Operations (FSMO)
Terminal Services
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 15, 2005
Duration
4h 27m
Description

The goal of this course is to teach you advanced administration tips and time-saving techniques for managing Active Directory on Windows 2000 Server. In this course you'll learn about unattended installations, replication, and using Domain and Forest Functional Levels. This course caters to those familiar with Windows 2000 Server, but is also a helpful resource to more advanced users wanting to increase their knowledge in this area.

About the author
About the author

Obaid is an experienced technology consultant and instructor. Obaid has over 10 years of experience teaching a variety of computer courses in Active Directory, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Server 2003, Windows XP, Novell Netware, Cisco Routing & Switching, Network Security and Computer Hardware.

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Scott's passion for technology and education started after he attended a network engineering program and passed his first certification test to become a Novell CNA. From here, Scott went on to teach at several technical computer schools where he realized that the IT training industry was flawed, not giving students their best chance for success. With a strong belief in his ability to develop better training with methodology-based learning for real world skills, TrainSignal was born in 2002. TrainSignal grew to over 50 employees before being acquired by Pluralsight in 2013.

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