Тест №70-218: Managing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Environment
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Skills Being Measured
This certification exam measures your ability to administer, support, and troubleshoot information systems that incorporate Microsoft Windows 2000. Before taking the exam, you should be proficient in the job skills listed below.
Creating, Configuring, Managing, Securing, and Troubleshooting File, Print, and Web Resources
Publish resources in Active Directory. Types of resources include printers and shared folders.
Manage data storage. Considerations include file systems, permissions, and quotas.
Create shared resources and configure access rights. Shared resources include printers, shared folders, and Web folders.
Configure and troubleshoot Internet Information Services (IIS).
- Configure virtual directories and virtual servers.
- Troubleshoot Internet browsing from client computers.
- Configure authentication and SSL for Web sites.
- Configure FTP services.
Monitor and manage network security. Actions include auditing and detecting security breaches.
Configuring, Administering, and Troubleshooting the Network Infrastructure
Troubleshoot routing. Diagnostic utilities include the tracert command, the ping command, and the ipconfig command.
Configure and troubleshoot TCP/IP on servers and client computers. Considerations include subnet masks, default gateways, network IDs, and broadcast addresses.
Configure, administer, and troubleshoot DHCP on servers and client computers.
- Detect unauthorized DHCP servers on a network.
- Configure authorization of DHCP servers.
Configure, administer, and troubleshoot DNS.
Troubleshoot name resolution on client computers. Considerations include WINS, DNS, NetBIOS, the Hosts file, and the Lmhosts file.
Managing, Securing, and Troubleshooting Servers and Client Computers
Install and configure server and client computer hardware.
Troubleshoot starting servers and client computers. Tools and methodologies include Safe Mode, Recovery Console, and parallel installations.
Monitor and troubleshoot server health and performance. Tools include System Monitor, Event Viewer, and Task Manager.
Install and manage Windows 2000 updates. Updates include service packs, hot fixes, and security hot fixes.
Configuring, Managing, Securing, and Troubleshooting Active Directory Organizational Units and Group Policy
Create, manage, and troubleshoot User and Group objects in Active Directory.
- Create and configure accounts for new and existing users. Types of accounts include user and computer.
- Troubleshoot groups. Considerations include nesting, scope, and type.
Manage object and container permissions.
Diagnose Active Directory replication problems.
Deploy software by using Group Policy. Types of software include user applications, antivirus software, line-of-business applications, and software updates.
Troubleshoot end-user Group Policy.
Implement and manage security policies by using Group Policy.
Configuring, Securing, and Troubleshooting Remote Access
Configure and troubleshoot remote access and virtual private network (VPN) connections.
Troubleshoot Routing and Remote Access policy.
Implement and troubleshoot Terminal Services for remote access.
Configure and troubleshoot Network Address Translation (NAT) and Internet Connection Sharing.