- Price: $2070.00
Migrating from Win NT4 to .NET Directory Services provides students with the necessary knowledge and skills required to design a strategy for and deploy a migration from Microsoft WinNT 4.0 to Microsoft Win.NET and the Active Directory directory service.
This includes, planning a migration, designing a migration plan, testing the migration plan and conducting a pilot migration, preparing for a migration, maintaining network services during a migration, upgrading domains, restructuring account domains, restructuring resource domains and completing the restructure process.
This course does not basic concepts of Active Directory or address network services and client migration except as they relate to migrating Active Directory and maintaining the existing network functionality.
This course is intended for senior support professionals, architects, and consultants working with WinNT 4.0 who are responsible for selecting and developing a directory services migration strategy based on an organization's business needs.
This course is also appropriate for those who are on the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) track for Windows 2000 who wish to acquire the skills necessary to select and develop a directory services migration strategy.
Completion of course (803) Administering Microsoft WinNT4 or equivalent experience. Completion of course (922) Supporting Microsoft WinNT4 Core Technologies, or have equivalent knowledge and skills. Completion of course (2154) Implementing and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services, or course (1560) Updating Support Skills from Microsoft WinNT 4.0 to Windows 2000, or course (2270) Updating Support Skills from Microsoft WinNT 4.0 to the Win.NET Server Family, or have equivalent knowledge and skills. In addition, students must have a thorough understanding of DNS, DHCP, and WINS.
- Introduction to Migrating Directory Services from WinNT 4.0 to Win.NET
- Planning a migration
- Designing a migration plan
- Testing a migration plan and conducting a pilot migration
- Preparing for the migration
- Maintaining network services during a migration
- Upgrading domains
- Restructuring account domains
- Restructuring resource domains
- Completing the restructure process