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Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Migration Strategy


This course provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to select and design a strategy to migrate from a Microsoft Windows NT® Server 4.0 directory services infrastructure to a Microsoft Windows® 2000 Active Directory directory service infrastructure by describing the planning processes and implications involved.

This course is intended for Windows NT 4.0 senior support professionals, architects, and consultants 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 Windows 2000 track and wish to acquire the skills necessary to select and develop a directory services migration strategy.

At the end of the course, students will be able to choose a migration path to Windows 2000 Active Directory; develop an upgrade strategy; ensure continued productivity during a domain upgrade or a restructure by managing and mitigating risks of a production environment; develop a domain restructure strategy; and plan to deploy a migration strategy.

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Active Directory directory services define the desired infrastructure of an enterprise network and are key to determining which migration strategy to choose. This course requires that students meet the following prerequisites:

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