Microsoft's Active Directory is a new approach in administering users, computers, applications, and resources by treating them as objects in a large network environment. Active Directory is responsible for storing, managing, and replicating information about network objects. This series demonstrates how the Active Directory can be implemented, integrated with existing network technology, and used for efficient administration. The goal of this series is to prepare the student for the MCSE 70-217 exam.
Windows 2000 Active Directory MCSE 70-217
This series is for anyone who wants to take the MCSE Exam 70-217 for Windows 2000 certification.
- Exercises that allow users to practice the application
- A file containing the text of the exercises
- Activities that allow users to apply course concepts in an interactive questioning environment
- Simulations that allow users to practice course skills, even if they don't have access to the application
- A glossary
- A Skill Assessment