Competency-based learning for the academic classroom. Developed for academic courses, DESIGNING MICROSOFT(r) WINDOWS(r) 2000 DIRECTORY SERVICES INFRASTRUCTURE helps students build the skills they need on the job and for MCP Exam 70-219-a core elective on the Windows 2000 MCSE track. The textbook delivers Microsoft courseware adaptable for either a full 16-week semester or a 6-week, 8-week, or 10-week course. The book is filled with competency-based practice exercises that students complete on their own, while the companion project manual features additional skill-building activities ideal for your classroom's computer lab. Along with the textbook and project manual, students get a Student CD-ROM containing study aids, simulation video clips that demonstrate common procedures, an electronic version of the textbook, and detailed information on how to begin a career in Information Technology. An Instructor CD-ROM containing a complete set of instructor support materials-including lecture outlines, teaching tips, PowerPoint(r) slides, test banks, and an instructor lab manual-is also available.
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About This Book. Intended Audience & Prerequisites. Reference Materials. About the Supplemental Course Materials CD-ROM. Features of This Book. Chapter and Appendix Overview. Getting Started. The Microsoft Certified Professional Program. Technical Support. Evaluation Edition Software Support. Chapter 1: Introduction to Active Directory. Lesson 1: Active Directory Overview. Lesson 2: Understanding Active Directory Concepts. Chapter 2. Introduction to Designing a Directory Services Infrastructure. Lesson 1: Design Overview. Lesson 2: Analyzing the Current Business Environment. Lesson 3: Analyzing the Current Technical Environment. Lab 2.1: Analyzing Business Environment. Chapter 3: Creating a Plan. Lesson 1: Designing a Model. Activity 3.1: Designing a Forest Model. Lesson 2: Designing a Schema Modification Plan. Lab 3.1: Creating a Model and Schema Modification Plan. Exercise 1: Designing a Model. Exercise 2: Designing a Schema Modification Plan. Chapter 4: Creating a Domain Plan. Lesson 1: Defining Domains. Activity 4.1: Defining Domains. Scenario 1: Friendship Vineyards. Scenario 2: Awesome Computers. Lesson 2: Defining a Root Domain. Lesson 3: Defining a Domain Hierarchy. Lesson 4: Naming Domains. Activity 4.2: Defining a Root Domain, Defining a Domain Hierarchy, and Naming Domains. Scenario 1: Friendship Vineyards. Scenario 2: Awesome Computers. Lesson 5: Planning DNS Server Deployment. Lab 4.1: Creating a Domain Plan. Chapter 5: Creating an Organizational Unit Plan. Lesson 1: Defining OU Structures. Activity 5.1: Defining OU Structures. Lesson 2: Planning User Accounts and Groups. Activity 5.2: Planning User Accounts. Activity 5.3: Planning Groups. Lab 5.1: Defining an OU Structure and Security Groups. Exercise 5.1: Defining an OU Structure. Exercise 5.2: Defining Groups. Chapter 6:Creating a Site Topology Plan. Lesson 1: Defining Sites. Lesson 2: Placing Domain Controllers in Sites. Activity 6.1: Defining Sites and Placing Domain Controllers in Sites. Lesson 3: Defining a Replication Strategy. Lesson 4: Placing Global Catalog Servers and Operations Masters. Activity 6.2: Using Active Directory Sizer. Lab 6.1: Creating a Site Topology Plan. Chapter 7: Creating an Active Directory Implementation Plan. Lesson 1: Planning a Migration from Windows NT 4 Directory Services to Windows 2000 Active Directory. Lesson 2: Planning Directory Service Synchronization with Active Directory Lab 7.1: Planning a Windows NT 4 Directory Services Migration to Windows 2000 Active Directory. Appendix A: Questions and Answers. Appendix B: Base Schema Class Objects. Appendix C: Base Schema Attribute Objects. Glossary. Index.