-- Implementing and Administering a Windows 2000 Directory Service Infrastructure exam (70-217) is one of the required exams to establish MCSE certification credentials under the Windows 2000 certification program. -- Provides two complete practice exams featuring questions designed to assess the reader's readiness to take the exam, and the answers and explanations that reinforce the reasoning behind the correct answers. -- Features an exclusive Self-Assessment section that will help the reader evaluate their knowledge base against the requirements for MCSE certification under both ideal and real circumstances. -- Contains sample questions and practice tests much like the format of the actual exams. -- Explains the structure of Active Directory service and how it works in an enterprise environment. -- Outlines the administration of Active Directory by managing objects and delegating administrative control of Active Directory objects. -- Covers the planning and implementation of naming strategies and domain structures. -- Features sections on proven test-taking strategies, warnings on trick questions, time-saving study tips, multiple-part question strategies, and shortcuts.-- Features an exclusive Self-Assessment section that will help the reader evaluate their knowledge base against the requirements for MCSE certification under both ideal and real circumstances.
|Title||:||Directory Services Exam Cram|
|Author||:||Will Willis, David V. Watts, J. Peter Bruzzese|
|Publisher||:||Coriolis Group - 2000-01-01|