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Windows Server 2003 Administration MCSE 70-290: Managing User, Group, and Computer Accounts

Total Time: 7 hour(s)

Summary: 
This course explains how Windows Server 2003 treats users, groups, and computers in the Active Directory environment. Learners will learn how to use common management tools, including Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) and other useful utilities. This course shows learners how to create and modify user, group, and computer accounts with ADUC. Finally, learners will learn about command-utilities that can be used to automate account creation and import user accounts.

Ojectives: 
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Understand security objects
Use management tools
Create and manage user accounts
Create and manage group accounts
Create and manage computer accounts

Topics: 
Understanding Security Objects
Understanding Management Tools
Understanding Command-Line Management Tools
Managing User Accounts
Managing User Accounts with Command-Line Utilities
Troubleshooting User Accounts
Understanding Group Accounts
Creating Group Accounts
Managing Group Accounts with Command-Line Utilities
Managing Group Accounts
Group Membership Management Best Practices
Creating and Managing Computer Accounts
Managing Computer Accounts with Command-Line Utilities
Creating a Replica Domain Controller
Creating a Domain Controller for a New Forest
Creating a Domain Controller for a New Child Domain
Creating a Domain Controller for a New Domain Tree
Assigning Domain Controller Operations Master Roles
Troubleshooting Computer Accounts

Technical Requirements: 
P500+ Processor, 128MB of RAM; Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Minimum screen resolution 800x600, Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher; Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher; Flash 8.0 or higher; 56K minimum connection; broadband (256 kpbs or higher) connection recommended; Javascript, DHTML and cookies enabled; Sound card with speakers or headphones strongly recommended.

 
   
 
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