OPerating systems / Windows 2000



After completing the course, the student should be able to:

         Manage user accounts and security (user & group create/delete, manage permissions assign/revoke to files and directories for different users and groups).

         Manage network operating systems using TCP/IP. Create domains and connect computers using TCP/IP


Chapter 1

(2 Hours)

1.      Historic introduction and evolution of the Microsoft Windows operating systems arriving at Windows XP

2.      Task Management

Chapter 2
the Active Directory and Domain models

(8 Hours)

1.      Domain model history

2.      Domain controller roles

a.      Understanding domain controllers in Windows NT

b.      Understanding domain controllers in Windows 2000

3.      Advantages of Active Directory

4.      DNS (Domain Name Service) and domain in Windows 2000

5.      Organizational units

a.      Choosing between domains and organizational units

6.      Planning and implementing sites

7.      Naming Strategies

a.      DNS Standards


Chapter 3
Server types, local users and groups

(4 Hours) 

1.      Type of servers: Member servers and domain controllers

2.      Account names

3.      Users

a.      Pre-defined accounts

b.      Creating your first account

c.      User properties

4.      Groups

a.      Predefined groups

b.      Defining local groups

Chapter 4

(2 Hours) 

1.      Disk Partitions Types

a.      FAT Partitions

b.      NTFS Partitions

2.      NTFS Permissions

a.      Files and directory permissions

b.      Permission inheritance

c.      Group Permissions



Chapter 5
sharing resources

(4 Hours) 

1.      Sharing permissions

2.      NTFS & Sharing permissions

3.      Creating Shares

4.      Hidden Shares

5.      Special Shares

Chapter 6 
basic concepts in tcp/ip

 (6 Hours)

1.      Addressing & Sub-netting in TCP/IP

a.      Addressing

b.      Private addresses

c.      Sub-netting

2.      Client options in TCP/IP

a.      TCP/IP Parameters

b.      Using command line TCP/IP instructions

                                                               i.      PING

                                                             ii.      TRACERT

                                                            iii.      NETSTAT

                                                           iv.      FTP

                                                             v.      TELNET


Microsoft Windows 2000 Server / Barrie Sosinky / Jeremy Moskowitz / CampusPress 2000

Microsoft Windows 2000 Server / William Boswell / CapusPress 2000

Microsoft Active Directory Administration / Kevin Kocis / SAMS

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional / Michel Pelletier / CampusPress 2000