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Part Number: X05-74964
Course Number: 2019A


Released: 11/2000

Building Solutions in Microsoft
®

Exchange 2000 with the Web
Storage System
Classroom Setup Guide

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Course Number: 2019A
Part Number: X05-74964
Released: 11/2000
Classroom Setup Guide iii


Contents
Classroom Requirements .........................................................................................1

Computer Setup ..................................................................................................1

Hardware Requirements .....................................................................................1

Software Requirements.......................................................................................2

Classroom Configuration.........................................................................................3

Before You Begin...............................................................................................4

Computer Setup Procedures.....................................................................................5

Software Sources and Tested Versions.............................................................20




Classroom Setup Guide 1


Classroom Requirements
This course requires a classroom with a minimum of one computer for the
instructor and one for each student. Before class begins, install and configure all
computers by using the following information and instructions.
Computer Setup
Except where noted with instructor computer only, both the instructor and
student computers require the following hardware and software configuration.
Hardware Requirements
The following list of hardware is the required minimum. All hardware must be
on the Hardware Compatibility List (HCL) for Microsoft
®
Windows
®
2000
Advanced Server.
!
Pentium II 400
!
Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) 2.1 bus
!
256 megabytes (MB) of RAM


!
4-gigabyte (GB) hard disk
!
256-kilobyte (KB) Level 2 (L2) cache
!
A digital video disc (DVD) drive
!
Network adapter 10/100 Mb/s required (do not use Industry Standard
Architecture [ISA] bus)
!
4-MB video adapter
!
Super VGA (SVGA) monitor (17 inch)
!
Microsoft Mouse or compatible input device
!
Sound card with speakers
!
Internet access
!
Projection display device that supports SVGA 800 x 600, 256 colors
(instructor computer only)

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Software Requirements
The following software is required for all computers, except where noted as
instructor only:
!
Windows 2000 Advanced Server
• NNTP Service
!
Windows 2000 Service Pack 1
!
Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0
!
Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server
!
Microsoft Visual Studio
®
6.0, Enterprise Edition
• Microsoft Visual Basic
®
6.0
• Microsoft Visual InterDev
®
6.0
• ActiveX
®

• Data Access
• Enterprise Tools
• Tools
!
Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) Library
• Full Text Search Index
• Visual Basic Documentation
• VID Documentation
• VS Shared Documentation
!
Microsoft Visual Studio Service Pack 4
!
Microsoft Excel 2000
!
Microsoft FrontPage
®
2000
!
Microsoft Outlook
®
2000
!
Workflow Designer for Exchange 2000
!
Web Storage System Tools (Web Storage System Explorer)
!
Web Storage System SDK
!
Microsoft XML Notepad
!
Course Lab Files
!
Microsoft PowerPoint
®
97 Viewer, fonts, and slides (installed on the
instructor computer only)

Classroom Setup Guide 3


Classroom Configuration
This table lists computer names, Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, and domain
names to assign to classroom computers. In the IP addresses, z is the classroom
number. Set up the Instructor computer before setting up the student computers.
Computer name IP address Domain

Instructor 192.168.z.101 Domain00.msft
Student01 192.168.z.1 Domain01.msft
Student02 192.168.z.2 Domain02.msft
Student03 192.168.z.3 Domain03.msft
Student04 192.168.z.4 Domain04.msft
Student05 192.168.z.5 Domain05.msft
Student06 192.168.z.6 Domain06.msft
Student07 192.168.z.7 Domain07.msft
Student08 192.168.z.8 Domain08.msft
Student09 192.168.z.9 Domain09.msft
Student10 192.168.z.10 Domain10.msft
Student11 192.168.z.11 Domain11.msft
Student12 192.168.z.12 Domain12.msft
Student13 192.168.z.13 Domain13.msft
Student14 192.168.z.14 Domain14.msft
Student15 192.168.z.15 Domain15.msft
Student16 192.168.z.16 Domain16.msft
Student17 192.168.z.17 Domain17.msft
Student18 192.168.z.18 Domain18.msft
Student19 192.168.z.19 Domain19.msft
Student20 192.168.z.20 Domain20.msft
Student21 192.168.z.21 Domain21.msft
Student22 192.168.z.22 Domain22.msft
Student23 192.168.z.23 Domain23.msft
Student24 192.168.z.24 Domain24.msft

Configure each classroom computer as a separate domain controller.
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Before You Begin
You will need to do the following:
!
Read through all setup procedures.
!
Make sure that you have the Trainer Materials compact disc that is provided
with the course materials.

Estimated time to set up the classroom: 6 hours. Time will vary based
on the number of computers.
Classroom Setup Guide 5


Computer Setup Procedures
Use the following instructions to set up classroom computers.
!
Set up the hardware
1. Set up the hardware according to the manufacturer’s instructions. (For more
information on hardware, see “Hardware Requirements” earlier in this
section.)
2. Configure the hard disk as follows:
• Drive C: 4-GB formatted as FAT (file allocation table)

!
Install Windows 2000 Advanced Server

To increase the speed of installation, run SMARTDrive 5.0 or a later
version prior to running the Windows 2000 Server setup program. Smartdrv.exe
is a utility that ships with Microsoft MS-DOS version 6.22.

1. Insert the Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server CD in the CD-ROM
drive.
2. If Setup starts, skip to step 5.
3. Open an MS-DOS command prompt window.
4. Move to the \i386 folder on the CD-ROM, type winnt and then press
ENTER. Windows 2000 Server files will be copied to the hard disk.
5. Install Windows 2000 Server, typing the correct information when
prompted. Use the parameters listed in the following table. Use defaults or
information that pertains to your computer or location.
When prompted by: Use:

Partition Install on the C drive.
File system Use NTFS.
Allow Windows 2000 to convert the drive to
NTFS from FAT.
Regional settings Enter your regional information.
Personalize your software Enter your name and the name of your
organization.
Product key Enter your product key, if required.
Licensing modes Per server; five concurrent connections.
Computer name Use

the instructor computer name for Instructor.
Use the student computers name for StudentXX,
where XX is the number of the student computer.
Administrator password Set to password
Windows 2000 components Add NNTP Service, found in the details for
Internet Information Services (IIS).
Date and time settings Use today’s date and time.


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