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Part Number: X05-39379

Released: 1/2000
Delivery Guide
Installing and
Configuring Microsoft®
Windows® 2000 File,
Print, and Web Servers
Course Number: 1594B


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Project Lead and Instructional Designer: Rick Selby
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Program Manager: Rodney Miller
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Course Number: 1594B
Part Number: X05-39379
Released: 1/2000
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Contents

Introduction
Introduction 1
Course Materials 2

Prerequisites 3
Course Outline 4
Microsoft Certified Professional Program 6
Facilities 8
Module 1: Introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 File, Print, and Web
Servers
Overview 1
Introduction to Windows 2000 2
Benefits of Upgrading an Existing Server to Windows 2000 3
Benefits of a File Server Running Windows 2000 4
Benefits of a Print Server Running Windows 2000 5
Benefits of a Web Server Running Windows 2000 6
Benefits of Active Directory 7
Review 9
Module 2: Installing and Upgrading to Windows 2000 Advanced Server
Overview 1
Preparing for Windows 2000 Advanced Server 2
Installing Windows 2000 Advanced Server 12
Lab A: Installing Windows 2000 Advanced Server 16
Upgrading to Windows 2000 Advanced Server 20
Review 25
Module 3: Configuring File and Print Servers
Overview 1
Configuring a File Server 2
Configuring Disks 3
Configuring Shared Resources 11
Lab A: Configuring a File Server 23
Installing and Configuring a Print Server 31
Lab B: Configuring a Print Server 38
Review 42
Module 4: Configuring Web Services
Overview 1
What is IIS? 2
Preparing for an IIS Installation 3
Installing IIS 4
Configuring a Web Site 6
Lab A: Configuring a Web Site 17
Review 20
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Module 5: Enhancing File and Print Servers with Active Directory
Overview 1
Multimedia: Concepts of Microsoft Windows 2000 Active Directory 2
Introduction to Active Directory 4
Enhancing File Servers with Active Directory 13
Enhancing Print Servers with Active Directory 20
Review 25
Installing and Configuring Microsoft® Windows® 2000 File, Print, and Web Servers v


About This Course
This section provides you with a brief description of the course, audience,
suggested prerequisites, and course objectives.
Description
The goal of this course is to teach value-added providers, system builders, and
IT administrators, how to install and configure Microsoft
® Windows® 2000
Server as a file, print, and Web server in a Microsoft Windows NT
® version 4.0
network. This class presents an overview of the installation and configuration
process.
This course is not intended to provide in-depth training on the installation and
configuration of Microsoft Windows 2000. Students looking for in-depth
training on this topic should attend one of the following courses:
 Course 1560, Updating Support Skills from Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 to
Microsoft Windows 2000 (for existing Windows NT 4.0 Support
Professionals)
 Course 2152, Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and
Server (for support professionals new to Microsoft operating systems)

Audience
This course is intended for support professionals who will be responsible for
performing the following Microsoft Windows 2000 tasks:
 Installing Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server in a Windows NT 4.0
network
 Configuring Windows 2000 file servers in a Windows NT 4.0 network
 Configuring Windows 2000 print servers in a Windows NT 4.0 network
 Configuring Windows 2000 Web servers in a Windows NT 4.0 network

Student Prerequisites
This course requires that students meet the following prerequisites:
 Experience supporting Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 in a network
environment, including managing files and folders, setting permissions,
configuring shared printers and creating user accounts and groups.
 Proficiency using the Microsoft Windows NT 4.0, Microsoft Windows 95,
or Microsoft Windows 98 interface, including the ability to use Microsoft
Internet Explorer version 4.0 (or later) to locate, create, and manipulate
folders and files, to create shortcuts, and to configure the desktop
environment.
 Knowledge of basic computer hardware components, including computer
memory, hard disks, central processing units, communication and printer
ports, display adapters, and pointing devices.
 Knowledge of basic networking concepts, including client, server, local area
network, wide area network, network adapter cards, drivers, protocols, and
network operating systems.

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Course Objectives
At the end of this course, the student will be able to:
 Identify the Windows 2000 operating systems and explain the features that
make all of the operating systems in the Windows 2000 server family ideal
for use as a file server, a print server, or a Web server.
 Install or upgrade computers operating on an existing Microsoft
Windows NT 4.0 network to Windows 2000 Advanced Server.
 Describe the process for configuring the Windows 2000 server family as a
file or print server in a Windows NT 4.0 network, including creating and
sharing directories, configuring Dfs, configuring disk quotas, and installing
and configuring printers.
 Configure Web servers running operating systems in the Windows 2000
server family.
 Describe the Active Directory

directory service and its benefits for
Windows 2000 file and print servers.

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Course Timing
The following schedule is an estimate of the course timing. Your timing may
vary.
Day 1
Start End Module
9:00 9:30 Introduction
9:30 10:00 Module 1: Introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 File, Print,
and Web Servers
10:00 10:15 Break
10:15 11:00 Module 2: Installing and Upgrading To Windows 2000 Advanced
Server
11:00 11:30 Lab A: Installing Windows 2000 Advanced Server
11:30 12:00 Module 3: Configuring File and Print Servers
12:00 1:00 Lunch
1:00 1:45 Module 3: Configuring File and Print Servers (continued)
1:45 2:30 Lab A: Configuring a File Server
2:30 2:45 Break
2:45 3:00 Module 3: Configuring File and Print Servers (continued)
3:00 3:30 Lab B: Configuring a Print Server
3:30 3:50 Module 4: Configuring Web Services
3:50 4:00 Break
4:00 4:30 Lab A: Configuring a Web Site
4:30 4:45 Module 4: Configuring Web Services (continued)
4:45 5:30 Module 5: Enhancing File and Print Servers with Active Directory
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Trainer Materials Compact Disc Contents
The Trainer Materials compact disc contains the following files and folders:
 Default.htm. This file opens the Trainer Materials Web page.
 Readme.txt. This file contains a description of the compact disc contents and
setup instructions in ASCII format (non-Microsoft Word document).
 1594B_sg.doc. This file is the Classroom Setup Guide. It contains a
description of classroom requirements, classroom configuration, and
classroom setup instructions.
 Errorlog. This folder contains a template that is used to record any errors
and corrections that you find in the course.
 Fonts. This folder contains fonts that are required to view the Microsoft
PowerPoint
® presentation and Web-based materials.
 Mplayer. This folder contains files that are required to install Microsoft
Windows Media

Player.
 Powerpnt. This folder contains the PowerPoint slides that are used in this
course.
 Pptview. This folder contains the PowerPoint Viewer, which is used to
display the PowerPoint slides.
 Studntcd. This folder contains the Web page that provides students with
links to resources pertaining to this course, including additional reading,
review and lab answers, lab files, multimedia presentations, and course-
related Web sites.
 Tprep. This folder contains the Trainer Preparation Presentation, a narrated
slide show that explains the instructional strategy for the course and
presentation tips and caveats. To open the presentation, on the Trainer
Materials Web page click Trainer Preparation Presentation.

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Student Materials Compact Disc Contents
The Student Materials compact disc contains the following files and folders:
 Default.htm. This file opens the Student Materials Web page. It provides
students with resources pertaining to this course including additional
reading, review and lab answers, lab files, multimedia presentations, and
course-related Web sites.
 Readme.txt. This file contains a description of the compact disc contents and
setup instructions in ASCII format (non-Microsoft Word document).
 AddRead. This folder contains additional reading pertaining to this course.
If there are no additional reading files, this folder does not appear.
 Answers. This folder contains answers to the module review questions and
hands-on labs.
 Appendix. This folder contains appendix files for this course. If there are no
appendix files, this folder does not appear.
 Fonts. This folder contains fonts that are required to view the PowerPoint
presentation and Web-based materials.
 Labfiles. This folder contains files that are used in the hands-on labs. These
files may be used to prepare the student computers for the hands-on labs.
 Media. This folder contains files that are used in multimedia presentations
for this course. If this course does not include any multimedia presentations,
this folder does not appear.
 Mplayer. This folder contains files that are required to install Microsoft
Windows Media Player.
 Pptview. This folder contains the PowerPoint Viewer, which is used to
display the PowerPoint presentations that accompany the additional reading.
If there are no PowerPoint presentations, this folder does not appear.
 Webfiles. This folder contains the files that are required to view the course
Web page. To open the Web page, open Windows Explorer, and in the root
directory of the compact disc, double-click Default.htm.
 Wordview. This folder contains the Word Viewer that is used to view any
Word document (.doc) files that are included on the compact disc. If no
Word documents are included, this folder does not appear.

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Document Conventions
The following conventions are used in course materials to distinguish elements
of the text.
Convention Use



 Indicates an overview or introductory page. This symbol
appears next to a slide title when additional information on
the topic is covered on the page or pages that follow it.
bold Represents commands, command options, and portions of
syntax that must be typed exactly as shown. It also
indicates commands on menus and buttons, icons, dialog
box titles and options, and icon and menu names.
italic In syntax statements, indicates placeholders for variable
information. Italic is also used for introducing new terms,
for book titles, and for emphasis in the text.
Title Capitals Indicate domain names, user names, computer names,
directory names, folders, and file names, except when
specifically referring to case-sensitive names. Unless
otherwise indicated, you can use lowercase letters when
you type a directory name or file name in a dialog box or
at a command prompt.
ALL CAPITALS Indicate the names of keys, key sequences, and key
combinations — for example, ALT+SPACEBAR.
monospace
Represents code samples, examples of screen text, or
entries that you type at a command prompt or in
initialization files.
[ ] In syntax statements, enclose optional items. For example,
[filename] in command syntax indicates that you can
choose to type a file name with the command. Type only
the information within the brackets, not the brackets
themselves.
{ } In syntax statements, enclose required items. Type only
the information within the braces, not the braces
themselves.
| In syntax statements, separates an either/or choice.
 Indicates a procedure with sequential steps.
In syntax statements, specifies that the preceding item may
be repeated.
.
.
.
Represents an omitted portion of a code sample.




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