J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
Windows XP training course contents
What is XP? New features, XP variants.
Methods, CD install, basic process, product activation, dynamic updates, uninstall, remote and automated installations, image installation.
Logging on, New start menu, Webview technology, file grouping, Administration tools Control panel, system tools, task manager, MMC, Computer management, Event viewer, auditing.
Overview, XP architecture, editing the registry, hives, keys.
Startup phases, boot.ini, boot disks, multiple boots, clean boots, msconfig, recovery console, shutting down, shutdown event tracker.
PnP, Device manager, device drivers and settings, troubleshooting.
Service packs, Hotfixes, Processes, services, adding and removing programs. Application compatibility, Windows updates.
Partitions and filesystems
Active, system and boot partitions, FAT and NTFS filesystems, permissions, compression, dynamic volumes, disk manager. Quotas, EFS.
The backup tool, cartridges, media pools, volume shadow copies, system state data, boot and system files, restores.
Users and security
Users, groups, logon and authentication, user profiles, ACLs, security groups, groups policies, software restriction policies, auditing.
Pools, priorities, spool queues, troubleshooting.
Monitor Resources and Performance
Determining system information. Using performance and maintenance tools to improve performance. Event logs.
Ping, configuring IP addresses, subnet masks, default gateways, DNS, DHCP, filtering, ICF.
Getting more information/troubleshooting
Resources, the help and support centre, remote assistance, trouble-shooters.
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