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MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit: Migrating to Active Directory®; Exam 70-272
Author Microsoft Corporation
Pages 650
Disk 3 Companion CD(s)
Level All Levels
Published 09/01/2004
ISBN 9780735615809
ISBN-10 0-7356-1580-2
Price(USD) $59.99
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Official Microsoft study guide for MCP Exam 70-272

This official MCSE TRAINING KIT teaches IT professionals how to migrate a domain-based Windows NT® 4.0-based network to a network based on Active Directory services and running on the Windows 2000 operating system or Windows .NET . The kit also prepares them for MCP Exam 70-272, a core requirement on the MCSE track. Using an integrated system of skill-building tutorials and hands-on exercises, students develop real-world system expertise—as they prepare for the certification exam. • Offers in-depth instruction on how to migrate an enterprise network to an Active Directory-based network on Windows .NET or Windows 2000 • Helps prepare certification candidates for MCP Exam 70-272 with topics that map directly to exam objectives • Delivers self-paced instruction that promotes effective skills transfer to the job • Features supplemental course material, an eBook, practice files, and evaluation software for Windows NT 4.0 and Windows .NET Advanced Server on CD

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