Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Management

Master Active Directory management on Windows Server 2003, including creating domain infrastructure, remote installation services, backup and restore, and working with Active Directory objects.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 15, 2005
Duration
6h 16m
Table of contents
Introduction
Lab Setup Video
Active Directory Domain
Remote Installation Services - Part 1
Remote Installation Services - Part 2
Symantec Ghost
Active Directory - Backup and Restore Techniques
Using Commands to Create AD Objects
AD Objects - Import and Export
Remote Access
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 15, 2005
Duration
6h 16m
Description

Master Active Directory management on Windows Server 2003, including creating domain infrastructure, remote installation services, backup and restore, and working with Active Directory objects. You'll learn how to install, configure, and manage Active Directory, Group Policies, Client Deployment, and Sites and Services within Windows Server 2003. To get the most out of this course, you should have a solid foundation in networking and Active Directory fundamentals.

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.

About the author

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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