Practically Real PR70-210:
Windows 2000 Professional - Part 1 & 2 Bundle

Installing, Configuring, and Administering MS Windows 2000 Professional - Part 1 (11 Exercises)

On the surface Windows 2000 Professional looks fairly familiar to many users who may already know Windows NT or Windows whatever fairly well. But what lies beneath? If you're charged with certain administrative tasks like correcting a hardware resource conflict, creating user accounts or configuring disk partitions would you know where to go. Practically Real will show you and guide you where to go.

Exercises include:

  1. Configuring the Boot Delay
  2. Configuring the Paging File Size
  3. Creating a New Paging File
  4. Correcting a Hardware Resource Conflict
  5. Creating a Remote Administration Console
  6. Viewing Information at the Remote Server
  7. Creating Accounts
  8. Testing Accounts
  9. Creating Local User Accounts
  10. Creating Partitions
  11. Changing the Drive Letter

Note: the following steps are only available in Part 1 of the exercise

  1. Ability to print the steps ahead of time
  2. Ability to move backward throughout the exercise without having to repeat the entire exercise
  3. Ability to view the objective at all times
  4. Audio to guidance for each step

Installing, Configuring, and Administering MS Windows 2000 Professional - Part 2 (14 Exercises)

The Windows 2000 Professional interface has lots of new features, nooks, crannies and interesting spots to visit for purposes of work (mostly) and a bit of play. Could that be why Microsoft has chosen to hide some of them from you when you first start the thing up? If you are an administrator you will need to master the new "Administrative Tools". So what's the best way to lock people out or let them in in this brave new world? Practically Real for Windows 2000 Professional will let you practice crucial task before you need to do them for real.

Exercises include:

  1. Creating and Sharing a Folder
  2. Assigning Shared Folder Permissions
  3. Testing Shared Folder Permissions
  4. Assigning NTFS Permissions to a Folder
  5. Testing NTFS Permissions
  6. Taking Ownership and Modifying Permissions
  7. Implementing File and Directory Auditing
  8. Auditing Attempts to Write a File
  9. Generating Auditable Events
  10. Viewing the Security Log of Event Viewer
  11. Joining a Domain
  12. Exploring the Registry
  13. Finding key Names
  14. Creating a Registry file for Later Viewing