J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
Windows 2003 training course contents
Installing Windows 2003
Planning, CD install, network install, Setup manager wizard, automated and remote installs.
Using and customising Windows 2003
Logging on, menu customisation, tips & tricks.
Audit policy, event viewer, diagnostic utilities, troubleshooting. The control panel, system policy editor. The registry. The command line interface, determining system information, Using performance and maintenance tools to improve performance.
The boot process, emergency repair. Startup phases, boot.ini, boot disks, Multiple boots, clean boots, shutting down.
PnP, Device manager, device drivers and settings, troubleshooting.
Service packs, Hotfixes, Windows updates. Running apps, controlling services.
Partitions and filesystems
FAT and NTFS, permissions, long filenames, compression, using disk administrator. RAID.
Backups and restores
Batch files, At scheduler, backups and restores, “open file” backups, shadow copies.
Creating, deleting, modifying users, passwords, templates, policies, Groups, built-in groups.
Overview, printing, properties.
Windows 2003 networking overview
Workgroups and domains.
Accessing file and print resources.
Shared folders, permissions, network printers, priorities, the browser, troubleshooting.
Installation, What is it? Logical and physical structures. Sites, Site links, subnets, site link bridges, objects, global catalog servers, replication issues and protocols.
Administering Active Directory
AD objects, controlling access, delegation.
What are they? Group Policy Objects, Containers, Templates, configuring policies, Using group policy to manage software.
Quotas, EFS and security, Dynamic Volumes, Fault tolerant volumes, restoring AD
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