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VTC Microsoft Windows NT 4 Server Admin

Microsoft Windows NT 4 Server Admin Training CD
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VTC Microsoft Windows NT 4 Server Admin
Microsoft Windows NT 4 Server is a very popular server.
Not only is it convenient to use, it is also a stable operating system.
NT 4 is excellent in running applications. It has a graphical user
environment, allows desktop configuration, is capable of
multitasking, and has a large load capacity. You can set it up
not only as your primary domain controller, but as a back-up
domain controller or a member server. Author Louis Dipaola
will show you how to do this, as well as give you a better
understanding of the administrative tools of NT 4 in
Virtual Training Company's tutorial. He also explains
profiles, booting, and troubleshooting in this 5-hour training session.
Tutorials covered on this CD:
Introduction to Administration of Windows NT 4.0
Administration of Windows NT 4.0 Server
Configuration Using Administrative Tools (Common)
Overview of Administrative Tools (Common)
Administrative Wizards
Backup (NT Backup versus Third Party)
Event Viewer
License Manager
Migration Tools
Network Client Administrator
Remote Access Administrator
RAS Configuration in the Control Panel
Server Manager (PDCs and BDCs)
Windows NT Diagnostics
Using User Manager for Domains
Introduction to User Manager for Domains
Making/Deleting Users
Local and Global Groups
User Property Sheets: Groups
User Property Sheets: Profiles
User Property Sheets: Hours
User Property Sheets: Logon
User Property Sheets: Accounts
User Property Sheets: Dial-in
Copying User and Group Accounts
Using Templates to Make New Users
Security Policies: Account
Security Policies: User Rights
Security Policies: Audit
Security Policies: Trusts
Performance Monitor
Chart View
Alert View
Log View
Report View
Configuration from Windows 95/98 and NT Workstation
Installing Server Tools on Windows 98
Installing Server Tools on Windows NT Workstation
Advantages and Disadvantages of Global and Local Profiles
Roaming Profile
Mandatory Profile
System Policy Editor
Introduction to Policy Editor
Using Poledit to Control the Default Computer
Using Poledit to Control the Default User
Adding Users and Groups to a Policy
Increasing Security at Login
Restricting Users' Desktop Access
Booting and Troubleshooting
Basic Boot Process
Recovering with the Last Known Good Configuration
Making a Recovery Disk and the Rdisk Process
Updating Repair Disk Information
Making an NT Boot Disk
Introduction to Regedit 32
Regedit versus Regedit 32
Backing up the Registry
Adding and Deleting Keys and Values
Changing Registry Values
Exporting Subkeys for Backup and Searching
Using the Registry to Customize Desktop Settings
Securing Regedit and Regedit 32
Auditing the Registry
Securing Keys with Permissions
Securing the Registry over the Network
Resource Kit Utilities
Installation of the Resource Kit
Finding the Correct Utility
Popular Resource Utilities

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