Students will learn basic computer concepts and skills related to IBM and compatible computers. Students will receive a thorough introduction to the domain environment. In addition, they will learn Windows 2000 techniques and become acquainted with applications.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
1 Day/Lecture & Lab
Students enrolling in this course are not required to have any background knowledge or experience in computers.
- Log on to Windows 2000, shut down and restart the operating system, and work with desktop objects and windows.
- Navigate to information stored on the computer.
- Use Windows Explorer to manage files and folders.
- Use common Windows 2000 program techniques by working with WordPad and Paint.
- Customize the Windows 2000 desktop to best suit your needs.
- Use My Network Places to browse the network and view connections; use the Active Directory to browse and search shared folders; activate the Offline Files feature, make changes to a file, and then synchronize the copies on the domain and their computers
- Manage and administer the workstation by using the Microsoft Management Console, the Control Panel, and the NTFS used in Windows 2000.
- The Windows 2000 Environment
- Working with the Windows 2000 Hierarchy
- Using Windows Explorer
- Working with Windows 2000 Programs
- Customizing the Windows 2000 Desktop
- Using the Network and the Active Directory
- Managing and Administering the Workstation