M1594: Installing and Configuring File, Print and Web Servers on Microsoft Windows 2000

2 Day Course
Hands On
Official Microsoft Curriculum
Code M1594

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Introduction (7 topics)

  • Introduction to Windows 2000
  • Benefits of upgrading an existing server to Windows 2000
  • Benefits of a file server running Windows 2000
  • Benefits of a print server running Windows 2000
  • Benefits of a Web server running Windows 2000
  • Benefits of Active Directory

Installing and Upgrading (4 topics)

  • Preparing for Windows 2000 Advanced Server
  • Installing Windows 2000 Advanced Server
  • Upgrading to Windows 2000 Advanced Server

Configuring File and Print Servers (7 topics)

  • Configuring a file server
  • Configuring disks
  • Configuring shared resources
  • Configuring a print server
  • Installing and sharing network printers
  • Configuring Web-based printing

Configuring Web Services (5 topics)

  • What is IIS?
  • Preparing for an IIS installation
  • Installing IIS
  • Configuring a Web site

Enhancing File/Print Servers ..Active Directory (5 topics)

  • Concepts of Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory
  • Introduction to Active Directory
  • Enhancing file servers with Active Directory
  • Enhancing print servers with Active Directory


- Experience supporting Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 in a network environment, including managing files and folders, setting permissions, configuring shared printers, and creating user accounts and groups. - Proficiency using the Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Windows 95 or Windows 98 interface, including the ability to use Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0 (or later) to locate, create, and manipulate folders and files, to create shortcuts, and to configure the desktop environment. - Knowledge of basic computer hardware components, including computer memory, hard disks, CPUs, communication and printer ports, display adapters, and pointing devices. - Knowledge of basic networking concepts including client, server, local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), network adapter cards, drivers, protocols, and network operating systems.

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