Chapter 6. Analyzing Performance-Related Requirements


This chapter continues the coverage of the following Microsoft-specified objective for the Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure exam:

  • Evaluate the company's existing and planned technical environment.

    • Analyze performance requirements.

    • Analyze data and system access patterns.

    • Analyze network roles and responsibilities.

  • Virtually everything you do to or with a computer affects its performance or the performance of a network to which it is attached. This fact drives the need to consider performance situations in the planning phases of a Windows 2000 implementation. Establishing a performance baseline with the current system is critical to determining where ...

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