Students will learn basic Windows 2000 network and operating system administration and configuration
Before taking this course, students should take any of the following courses, or have equivalent knowledge: Windows 2000: Introduction; Windows 2000: Transition from Windows 98; Windows 98: Introduction; Windows 98: Transition from Windows 95; Windows 98: Transition from Windows 3.1.
3 Days/Lecture & Lab
Students enrolling in this course should understand basic computer hardware and software concepts such as memory, processors, hard disks, operating systems, and applications. They should also be comfortable using the Windows 2000 user interface, and doing basic Windows network end-user tasks such as browsing the network and connecting to shared resources.
- Introduction to Microsoft Networking
- Windows 2000 System Administration Basics
- Using User and Group Accounts to Secure Network Shares
- Network Components and Topologies
- Network Protocols
- Introduction to Microsoft TCP/IP
- TCP/IP Addressing
- Using Subnetting to Allocate IP Addresses
- World Wide Web Support in Windows 2000
- Remote Access Services in Windows 2000