Chapter 13. Study Guide

This chapter includes the following sections, which address various topics covered on the Implementing and Administering a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure MCSE exam:

Introduction to Active Directory

Introduces the vocabulary and concepts needed to understand the Windows 2000 Active Directory architecture.

Installing Active Directory

Discusses the steps necessary to plan for and install Active Directory. It also describes how to verify that the installation was successfully completed.

Configuring Active Directory

Describes how to set up the Organizational Unit (OU) structure and discusses the creation and management of Active Directory components.

Active Directory Objects

Describes the building blocks of Active Directory objects. Discusses how to create, manage, and move objects through the use of Group Policies, administrative templates, and software policies.

DNS for Active Directory

Describes the creation and integration of DNS zones. Includes dynamic updates, DNS monitoring, and replication.

Directory Maintenance and Replication

Describes both intersite and intrasite replication.

Remote Installation Service (RIS)

Describes the steps necessary to automatically deploy Windows 2000, including disk images, security, and troubleshooting Remote Installation Service.

Active Directory Security

Discusses issues related to Directory Services infrastructure and Group Policy security. Describes security templates, audit policies, and security events.

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