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VTC Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional Training CD
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VTC Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional
Built on NT technology, Windows 2000 Professional delivers
the business operating system to the next generation of computing.
With built-in Web and application services, Internet-standard security,
and record-breaking performance at a low cost, it is one of the best
operating systems for doing business on the Internet. Learn all about
it in Virtual Training Company's tutorial. You will soon be able to
customize your desktop, configure hardware, and use the
control panel as author Louis Dipaola teaches you step by step
how to use Windows 2000. This tutorial is a wonderful resource
in preparing for the Microsoft Certification Exam #70-210.
Tutorials covered on this CD:
Introduction to Windows 2000
Welcome to Windows 2000 Professional
Windows NT Installation
Minimum Hardware Requirements
Hardware Compatibility List
Installation Options
Upgrading to Windows 2000
Menu Installation Mode
Graphical Installation Mode
Automatic Installations
Desktop Customization
Active Desktop and Display
Configuring Mouse Settings
Customizing the Taskbar
Customizing the Start Menu
Explorer Views
Using the Magnifier
The Narrator
On-screen Keyboard
Accessibility Wizard and the Utility Manager
System Configuration Tools
Administration Tools
Control Panel
Hardware Configuration
Using the Hardware Wizard
Using the Device Manager
Hardware Profiles and Driver Signing
Hardware Resources
Using the Control Panel
Adding and Removing Programs
Installing and Configuring Communication Devices
Keyboard and Mouse Configurations and Controllers
Power Options and UPS
Regional Options (Multi-language Settings)
Scanners and Cameras
Sound and Multimedia
File System Options
Changing Folder Settings from Control Panel and Explorer
Working with Hidden and Super Hidden Files
Using My Pictures
Customizing Folder Wizard
Configuration and Synchronization of Offline Folders
Useful File System Features
Searching on a Windows 2000 Machine
Configuration of Index Services
Sharing Files and Folders
Sharing Resources
Share and File Permissions
Auditing File Access
Taking File Ownership
Permission Changes When Copying and Moving Files
Disk Administration and Configuration
Introduction to Disk Administration
Working with FAT, FAT32 and NTFS
Creating Partitions
Partition Configuration
Mounting a Drive
Dynamic Disks
Creating and Extending Volumes
Spanning Volumes
Striping Volumes
Conversion from FAT to NTFS
Configuring Disk Quotas
Disk Maintenance
My Network Places
Using the Add My Network Places Wizard
Mapping a Drive
Configuring Protocols
Configuring Clients and Network Services
Using the Network Configuration Wizard
Configuring Protocols and Services on Network Connections
Internet Options
Configuring the Network Identification
Automatic Private IP Addressing
Adding Local and Network Printers
Adding Printers from within a Program
Sharing Printers on a Network
Setting Up Print Pooling
Scheduling Print Jobs
Setting Print Priorities
Spooler Settings and Separator Pages
Printer Security
Troubleshooting Printers
User and Group Configuration
Making/Deleting Users with Users and Passwords Utility
Changing Passwords from Users and Passwords Utility
Advanced Users and Passwords Utility Configuration
Managing Users with the MMC
Setting Home Directory
Managing Groups
Active Directory Services
Monitoring and Streamlining Performance
Using Performance Monitor
Making and Using Performance Monitor Logs
Virtual Memory and System Response
Setting Environmental Variables
Configuring Startup and Recovery
Configuring Services
Security and Monitoring System Use
Local Security Policies: Account Policies
Local Security Policies: Local Policies (Auditing)
Local Security Policies: Local Policies (User Rights)
Local Security Policies: Local Policies (Security Options)
Local Security Policies: Public Key Policies
Local Security Policies: IP Security
Monitoring the System with the Event Viewer
Using the Run As Command
Encrypting Files (EFS)
Booting and Troubleshooting
Recovering with a Windows 2000 Boot Disk
Emergency Repair Disk
Using the Windows 2000 Backup Utility
Using the Backup Wizard
Restore Data
Installing the Recovery Console
Scheduling Tasks
Recovery Console
Regedit and Regedit 32
Changing Registry Values
Adding and Deleting Keys and Values
Securing Keys
Auditing the Registry
Backing Up the Registry with Regedit

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