- Analyzing Business Requirements
- Analyzing Technical Requirements
- Designing a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure
- Designing for Internet Connectivity
- Designing a Wide Area Network Infrastructure
- Designing a Management and Implementation Strategy for Windows 2000 Networking
- Passing the Exam
- Exam Resources
Designing a Management and Implementation Strategy for Windows 2000 Networking
Can this objective be any broader? Doubtful. You'll need a working knowledge of creating, managing, and monitoring network services such as LDAP, Certificate Services, DHCP, DNS, WINS, RRAS, Proxy Server, and DFS. In other words, just about everything.
There are many moving parts with a domain, but they should be like gears in a clock rather than separate entities with their own agenda. This exam will require you to consider how one service can and should work with another.
As an Administrator, you'll be required to consider the business strategy and then use network services to support their plans. You will be required to analyze the placement and security of resources, plan for network growth, and secure resources.
Study Hint: Review your study notes from exam 70-216, Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure.