Basic Administration of Microsoft Windows 2000

Code: 2028
Course duration: 3 days
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2028: Basic Administration of Microsoft Windows 2000 (3 Days)

About this Course

This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to perform administration tasks in a single-domain Microsoft Windows 2000 network. This course is suitable for people with no prior experience in system administration.

At Course Completion

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

  • Add user accounts and grant access permissions to groups.
  • Administer users and groups.
  • Administer file resources.
  • Administer printer resources.
  • Manage data storage.
  • Monitor access to resources.
  • Audit access to resources.
  • Back up and restore files and folders.

Course Outline

Module 1: Introduction to Windows 2000 Administration

Lessons

  • Introduction to Network Administration
  • Introduction to Windows 2000 Networks
  • Gaining Access to Network Resources
  • Using Administrative Tools
  • Using the Domain Administrator Account
  • Using Windows 2000 Help

Module 2: Setting Up User Accounts

Lessons

  • Introduction to User Accounts
  • Requirements for New User Accounts
  • Creating a Domain User Account
  • Setting Password Requirements
  • Setting Properties for User Accounts
  • Best Practices

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the purpose of user accounts.
  • Determine the requirements for a new user account.
  • Create domain user accounts.
  • Set password requirements for user accounts.
  • Set properties for user accounts.
  • Create a template for new user accounts.

Module 3: Using Groups to Organize User Accounts

Lessons

  • Introduction to Groups
  • Implementing Group Strategies
  • Implementing Groups
  • Implementing Local Groups
  • Implementing Built-in Groups
  • Best Practices

Lab : Creating GroupsLab : Using Built-in Groups

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the key features of groups.
  • Apply group strategies to manage access to resources.
  • Create and delete groups.
  • Implement local groups.
  • Implement built-in groups.

Module 4: Administering File Resources

Lessons

  • Using NTFS Permissions
  • How Windows 2000 Applies NTFS Permissions
  • Granting NTFS Permissions
  • Copying and Moving Files and Folders
  • Sharing Resources
  • Creating Shared Folders
  • NTFS Permissions and Shared Folders
  • Troubleshooting Access Problems
  • Best Practices

Lab : Granting NTFS PermissionsLab : Managing NTFS Permissions

Lab : Sharing and Securing Network Resources

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the use of NTFS permissions to control access to files and folders.
  • Describe how permissions apply to files and folders.
  • Grant NTFS file and folder permissions to user accounts and groups.
  • Describe how copying and moving files and folders affects NTFS file and folder permissions.
  • Use shared folders to provide access to network file resources.
  • Create shared folders.
  • Describe the result of using NTFS permissions to control access to resources contained in shared folders.
  • Troubleshoot problems accessing files and folders.

Module 5: Administering User Accounts

Lessons

  • Finding User Accounts
  • Administering User Accounts
  • Managing User Profiles
  • Creating Home Folders
  • Introduction to Group Policies
  • Troubleshooting User Accounts
  • Best Practices

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Use Active Directory to find user accounts.
  • Administer user accounts.
  • Manage user profiles and roaming user profiles.
  • Create home folders.
  • Describe Group Policy and its effect on user accounts, groups, and computers.
  • Troubleshoot user accounts.

Module 6: Administering Printer Resources

Lessons

  • Introduction to Administering Printers
  • Managing Printer Permissions
  • Managing Printers
  • Managing Documents in the Print Queue
  • Administering Printers by Using a Web Browser
  • Best Practices

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify printing components and perform basic administrative tasks, such as sharing and locating printers on a network.
  • Identify and grant printer permissions.
  • Manage printers.
  • Manage documents in a print queue.
  • Administer printers by using a Web browser.

Module 7: Managing Data Storage

Lessons

  • Managing Data Compression
  • Managing Disk Quotas
  • Encrypting Data
  • Using Disk Defragmenter
  • Troubleshooting Data Storage

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Manage data compression.
  • Manage disk quotas.
  • Manage data encryption.
  • Defragment NTFS file system partitions.
  • Troubleshoot data storage.

Module 8: Remote Administration of Shared Folders

Lessons

  • Introduction to Monitoring Shared Folders
  • Monitoring Shared Folders on Remote Computers
  • Administering Shared Folders on Remote Computers

Lab : Administering Shares on a Remote Computer

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe how to monitor shared folders.
  • Monitor shared folders.
  • Administer shared folders.

Module 9: Monitoring Event Logs

Lessons

  • Introduction to Monitoring Event Logs
  • Monitoring Security Events
  • Analyzing Security Events
  • Monitoring System and Application Events
  • Viewing Event Logs
  • Managing Event Logs
  • Best Practices

Lab : Monitoring Event Logs

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe monitoring events in Windows 2000.
  • Monitor security events.
  • Analyze security events.
  • Monitor system and application events.
  • View events in event logs.
  • Manage event logs.

Module 10: Backing Up and Restoring Data

Lessons

  • Introduction to Backing Up and Restoring Data
  • Preparing to Back Up Data
  • Backing Up Data
  • Restoring Data
  • Best Practices

Lab : Backing Up and Restoring Data After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify the purpose of backing up and restoring data and the permissions required for these tasks.
  • Prepare for backing up data by identifying the folders to back up and the backup type and backup media to use.
  • Back up data at a computer and over a network.
  • Restore entire volumes or a single file of data.
  • Proficiency using the Windows interface to locate, create, and manipulate folders and files, and to configure the desktop environment.
  • General knowledge of basic computer hardware components, including memory, hard disks, and central processing units.
  • General knowledge of basic networking concepts, including the network operating system, server-client relationship, and local area network.

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

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2019-08-28 09:00 to 2019-08-30 17:00
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2019-08-14 09:00 to 2019-08-16 17:00
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2019-08-09
09:00 to 17:00
Fort Lauderdale, Florida (Instructor-Led)
2019-08-07 09:00 to 2019-08-09 17:00
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2019-08-02
09:00 to 17:00
Palm Beach County Florida (Instructor-Led)
2019-07-25 09:00 to 2019-07-26 17:00
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2019-07-25 09:00 to 2019-07-26 17:00
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2019-07-24 09:00 to 2019-07-26 17:00
Washington, D.C. (Virtual Instructor-Led)
2019-07-22 09:00 to 2019-07-26 17:00
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2019-07-19
09:00 to 17:00
Greenwich, Connecticut (Virtual Instructor-Led)

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