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Windows NT Server to 2003 Migration

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Whether you’re a small or large enterprise, migrating to Windows Server 2003 can present unique challenges. With the proper training and information from Makau’s qualifi ed instructors, these challenges can be met with confi dence. This course will provide students with the essential skills and knowledge required to upgrade from Microsoft Windows NT to Microsoft Windows 2003 Server.

 

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Windows NT Server to 2003 Migration - Set of 1 (Individual License)
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CD-ROMs, e-Study Guides$99.00Add To Cart
Windows NT Server to 2003 Migration - Set of 1 (Library License)
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CD-ROMs, e-Study Guides$198.00Add To Cart
Windows NT Server to 2003 Migration - Set of 1 (1 Year Access)
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1 YR ONLINE, e-Study Guides$99.00Add To Cart

Course Instructor: Joe Tucker

Joe Tucker, a consultant/trainer for Intelligent Concepts, Inc. has extensive experience in technologies such as DNS, DHCP, VPNs and TCP/IP routing and configuration. He has trained many clients on use of Technology and trains in a classroom and lecture environment on how to install and administer Windows NT/2000/2003. His experience in the deployment of operating systems and applications as well as controlling and maintaining user environments and data is extensive. Joe has taught at Microsoft Authorized Technical Education Centers throughout the United States. Joe’s certifications include: CTT Certified Technical Trainer, Cisco Certified Network Associate – CCNA, Microsoft Certified Product Specialist Certification, Microsoft Certified Trainer, and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer.

Course Outline

Course Introduction

1.0 Upgrading NT
1.1 Planning the Upgrade
1.2 Prepare for the Upgrade
1.3 Upgrade
1.4 Post Upgrade

2.0 Restructuring NT 4 Domains
2.1 The Restructure
2.2 Preparation of Domains
2.3 Reconstruction Account Domains

Course Summary