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MCSE Training Kit (Exam 70-219): Designing a Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure
Author Microsoft Corporation
Pages 512
Disk 2 Companion CD(s)
Level All Levels
Published 01/03/2001
ISBN 9780735611320
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Table of Contents


About This Book xiii
        Intended Audience xiv
        Prerequisites xiv
        Reference Materials xv
        About the Supplemental Course Materials CD-ROM xv
        Features of This Book xvi
            Notes xvi
            Conventions xvi
            Chapter and Appendix Overview xviii
            Finding the Best Starting Point for You xx
            Getting Started xxiv
        The Microsoft Certified Professional Program xxxvi
            Microsoft Certification Benefits xvii
            Requirements for Becoming a Microsoft Certified Professional xxxix
            Technical Training for Computer Professionals xl
        Technical Support xli
            Evaluation Edition Software Support xlii
CHAPTER 1  Introduction to Active Directory 1
            About This Chapter 1
            Before You Begin 1
        Lesson 1: Active Directory Overview 2
            Windows 2000 Active Directory 2
            Active Directory Objects 2
            Active Directory Components 5
            Logical Structures 5
            Physical Structure 10
            Catalog Services-The Global Catalog 12
            Lesson Summary 16
        Lesson 2: Understanding Active Directory Concepts 17
            Replication 17
            Trust Relationships 21
            Group Policy 23
            DNS Namespace 26
            Name Servers 31
            Naming Conventions 32
            Lesson Summary 34
        Review 36
CHAPTER 2  Introduction to Designing a Directory Services Infrastructure 37
            About This Chapter 37
            Before You Begin 37
        Lesson 1: Design Overview 38
            What Is an Active Directory Infrastructure Design? 38
            Design Tools 39
            The Design Process 43
            Design Guiding Principles 46
            Lesson Summary 47
        Lesson 2: Analyzing the Current Business Environment 48
            Analyzing the Current Business Environment 48
            Analyzing Products and Customers 49
            Analyzing Current Business Structure 52
            Analyzing Current Business Processes 57
            Analyzing Business Strategy Influences 63
            Analyzing the Information Technology Management Organization 66
            Lesson Summary 69
        Lesson 3: Analyzing the Current Technical Environment 70
            Analyzing the Current Technical Environment 70
            Analyzing the Current Network Architecture 72
            Analyzing the Current Hardware and Software 74
            Analyzing the Current Technical Standards 77
            Analyzing the Current DNS Environment 80
            Analyzing the Current Windows NT Domain Architecture 82
            Lesson Summary 83
        Lab 2.1: Analyzing Business Environment 84
            Lab Objectives 84
            About This Lab 84
            Before You Begin 84
            Exercise: Analyzing a Current Business Structure 84
        Review 88
CHAPTER 3  Creating a Forest Plan 89
            About This Chapter 89
            Before You Begin 90
        Lesson 1: Designing a Forest Model 91
            Understanding Forests 91
            Design Step: Designing a Forest Model 92
            Design Step Example: Designing a Forest Model 96
            Lesson Summary 97
        Activity 3.1: Designing a Forest Model 98
            Scenario: Adventure Works 98
        Lesson 2: Designing a Schema Modification Plan 100
            Understanding the Schema 100
            Design Step: Designing a Schema Modification Plan 105
            Design Step Example: Designing a Schema Modification Plan 111
            Lesson Summary 112
        Lab 3.1: Creating a Forest Model and Schema Modification Plan 113
            Lab Objectives 113
            About This Lab 113
            Before You Begin 113
            Exercise 1: Designing a Forest Model 113
            Exercise 2: Designing a Schema Modification Plan 114
        Review 116
CHAPTER 4  Creating a Domain Plan 119
            About This Chapter 119
            Before You Begin 120
        Lesson 1: Defining Domains 121
            Understanding Domains 121
            Design Step: Defining Domains 123
            Design Step Example: Defining Domains 128
            Lesson Summary 130
        Activity 4.1: Defining Domains 131
            Scenario 1: Friendship Vineyards 131
            Scenario 2: Awesome Computers 132
        Lesson 2: Defining a Forest Root Domain 135
            Understanding the Forest Root Domain 135
            Design Step: Defining a Forest Root Domain 136
            Design Step Example: Defining a Forest Root Domain 139
            Lesson Summary 140
        Lesson 3: Defining a Domain Hierarchy 141
            Understanding Domain Hierarchies 141
            Design Step: Defining a Domain Hierarchy 145
            Design Step Example: Defining a Domain Hierarchy 148
            Lesson Summary 149
        Lesson 4: Naming Domains 150
            Understanding Domain Names 150
            Design Step: Naming Domains 151
            Design Step Example: Naming Domains 153
            Lesson Summary 154
        Activity 4.2: Defining a Root Domain, Defining a Domain Hierarchy, and Naming Domains 155
            Scenario 1: Friendship Vineyards 155
            Scenario 2: Awesome Computers 158
        Lesson 5: Planning DNS Server Deployment 161
            Understanding DNS Servers 161
            Design Step: Planning DNS Server Deployment 169
            Design Step Example: Planning DNS Server Deployment 172
            Lesson Summary 172
        Lab 4.1: Creating a Domain Plan 174
            Lab Objectives 174
            About This Lab 174
            Before You Begin 174
            Exercise: Creating a Domain Plan 174
        Review 179
CHAPTER 5  Creating an Organizational Unit Plan 181
            About This Chapter 181
            Before You Begin 182
        Lesson 1: Defining OU Structures 183
            Understanding OUs 183
            Design Step: Defining OU Structures 193
            Design Step Examples: Defining OU Structures 198
            Lesson Summary 202
        Activity 5.1: Defining OU Structures 203
            Scenario: Arbor Shoes 203
        Lesson 2: Planning User Accounts and Groups 205
            Understanding Users and Groups 205
            Design Step: Planning User Accounts and Groups 209
            Design Process Examples: Planning User Accounts and Groups 215
            Lesson Summary 222
         Activity 5.2: Planning User Accounts 223
            Scenario: Dearing School of Fine Art 223
        Activity 5.3: Planning Groups 227
            Scenario: The Ski Haus 227
        Lab 5.1: Defining an OU Structure and Security Groups 228
            Lab Objectives 228
            About This Lab 228
            Before You Begin 228
            Exercise 5.1: Defining an OU Structure 228
            Exercise 5.2: Defining Groups 230
        Review 233
CHAPTER 6  Creating a Site Topology Plan 235
            About This Chapter 235
            Before You Begin 236
        Lesson 1: Defining Sites 237
            Understanding Sites 237
            Design Step: Defining Sites 238
            Design Step Example: Defining Sites 240
            Lesson Summary 242
        Lesson 2: Placing Domain Controllers in Sites 243
            Understanding Domain Controller Placement 243
            Design Step: Placing Domain Controllers 245
            Design Step Example: Placing Domain Controllers 247
            Lesson Summary 248
        Activity 6.1: Defining Sites and Placing Domain Controllers in Sites 249
            Scenario: Ramona Publishing 249
        Lesson 3: Defining a Replication Strategy 251
            Understanding Replication 251
            Design Step: Defining a Replication Strategy 258
            Design Step Example: Defining a Replication Strategy 261
            Lesson Summary 263
        Lesson 4: Placing Global Catalog Servers and Operations Masters 264
            Understanding Global Catalog Servers 264
            Understanding Operations Masters 265
            Design Step: Placing Global Catalog Servers and Operations Masters 267
            Design Step Example: Placing Global Catalog Servers and Operations Masters 271
            Lesson Summary 273
        Activity 6.2: Using Active Directory Sizer 275
            Scenario: Margo Tea Company 275
        Lab 6.1: Creating a Site Topology Plan 278
            Lab Objectives 278
            About This Lab 278
            Before You Begin 278
            Exercise: Creating a Site Topology Plan 278
        Review 281
CHAPTER 7  Creating an Active Directory Implementation Plan 283
            About This Chapter 283
            Before You Begin 284
        Lesson 1: Planning a Migration from Windows NT 4 Directory Services to Windows 2000 Active Directory 285
            Understanding Migration 285
            Design Step: Planning a Windows NT 4 Directory Services Migration to Windows 2000 Active Directory 294
            Design Step Example: Planning a Windows NT 4 Directory Services Migration to Windows 2000 Active Directory 302
            Lesson Summary 308
        Lesson 2: Planning Directory Service Synchronization with Active Directory 309
            Understanding Directory Service Synchronization 309
            Design Step: Planning Directory Service Synchronization with Active Directory 314
            Design Step Example: Planning Directory Service Integration with Active Directory 322
            Lesson Summary 325
        Lab 7.1: Planning a Windows NT 4 Directory Services Migration to Windows 2000 Active Directory 326
            Lab Objectives 326
            About This Lab 326
            Before You Begin 326
            Exercise: Planning a Windows NT 4 Directory Services Migration to Windows 2000 Active Directory 326
        Review 329
Appendix A  Questions and Answers 331
Appendix B  Base Schema Class Objects 369
Appendix C  Base Schema Attribute Objects 375
Glossary 409
Index 437




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