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Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Access to Resources in Windows 2000 Server

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Become well versed in the processes of installing, configuring, and troubleshooting access to resources that a Windows 2000 Server has to offer. You will learn how to do each of these things in relation to interoperability and how to control shared files and printer access.
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Terms you'll need to understand:

  • NWLink

  • File and Print Services for NetWare

  • File Service for Macintosh

  • File & Print Services for Unix

  • Printer Driver

  • Print Server

  • Printer

  • Print Device

  • File Allocation Table (FAT)

  • NT Files System (NTFS)

  • Distributed File System (Dfs)

  • File Replication System

Techniques you'll need to master:

  • Implement NetWare, Macintosh, and Unix interoperability

  • Configure and manage Print Services

  • Control access to local files, folders, and shared folders

  • Replicate folder structures using Dfs

  • Implement WebDAV to access folders through a Web browser

  • Manage IIS to control Web site access


One of the primary reasons to have a network is to share resources between computers. In a network that contains Windows 2000 Server, it is typical that servers share or offer resources and clients access or use resources. As an MCSE, you should be well versed in the resources that a Windows 2000 Server system can offer. These include network services, printers, files, and interoperability with NetWare, Unix, and Macintosh. This chapter discusses the issues related to these subjects.

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