Windows NT Workstation - NT4W

The Windows NT 4.0 Workstation training course is essential for anyone working toward Microsoft Certification. Expert instructor Heather Osterloh walks you through each step of setting up and utilizing an NT 4.0 Workstation

Course Outline

Module 1

Section A: Getting Started Course Overview

Section B: Overview Microsoft Operating Systems Common Features Windows 95 Features NT 4.0 Features NT Workstation Specific Features NT Server Specific Features

Section C: NT Architecture Executive Services Memory architecture

Section D: Workgroup vs. Domain Overview of Workgroup Overview of Domain

Section E: Installation Preparation Hardware Requirements Partitioning Install NT into a Workgroup Installation Methods CISC & RISC Platforms WINNT.EXE or WINNT32.EXE Unattended Installation

Section F: Installing NT Workstation Introduction Phase 1 Getting Information Phase 2 Starts the Graphical Portion Phase 3 Networking Components Phase 4 Finishing the Installation

Section G: Upgrading and Removing Upgrading from Win95 Upgrading from Previous NT Visions Removing NT

Module 2

Section A: Users Groups & Policies Users and Groups User Manager Policies

Section B: User Profiles Overview Changing User Profiles

Section C: The Control Panel Add/Remove Programs Console, Date & Time, Devices Display Options Internet, Modem, Mouse Network Options Ports SCSI Adapters Services System Properties Telephony/UPS

Section D: NT Registry Overview 5 Subtrees/Hives Windows NT Diagnostics Editing the Registry Find Key

Module 3

Section A: File Systems FAT vs. NTFS Convert FAT to NTFS FAT Properties, LFN & Aliases File Compression Copying & Moving Compressed Files

Section B: Partitions Explanation & Volume Sets Stripe Sets Disk Administrator Create Volume/Striped Set

Section C: ARC Naming Convention Overview ARC Path BOOT.INI

Section D: File & Directory Security Introduction Create a Share Create Hidden Shares Default Shares Mapping Network Drives Share Permissions NTFS Security & Rights Assigning Permissions Effective Rights Copy & Move Permissions Ownership & Auditing Access Token

Section E: Backup & Restore Explanation Backup Methods & Options Restore Options Scheduling Backup

Module 4

Section A: Network Architecture Networking Components Distributed Processing IPC’s Workstation Service Server Service MUP vs. MPR & UNC Accessing Shared Resources

Section B: TCP/IP OSI Model & TCP/IP Protocol Site TCP/IP Utilities Three Things all Hosts Need Configuring & Installing TCP/IP Internet Access & Tools

Section C: Netware Connectivity Client Services Gateway Services Installation of Client Services Using Client Services Changing the Frame Type

Section D: Browsing Service Overview Role of Browsers Browsing Browsing Announcements and Updates Registry Values for Browsing

Section E: Joining a Domain Overview Joining a Domain Logging onto Domain Results of Joining a Domain

Section F: Remote Access Service Overview Installation of Remote Access Service Using Dial-up Networking

Module 5

Section A: Printing Printing Terms and Configuration Installing Local Printer Connecting to a Printer

Section B: Performance Tuning What is Normal? Self-Tuning Mechanisms Performance Monitor

Section C: Environment Subsystems Overview Running Win 16 Applications in Separate Memory Space OS/2 & POSIX Applications

Section D: Booting NT Boot Files for Intel & RISC NT Load Phases BOOT.INI Options Boot Sequence Errors Section E: Trouble Shooting

Price £750 (Bundle of 5)

Complementary Courses
NT4U - Windows NT Professional End User
NT4S - Windows NT Server
NT4T - Windows NT TCP/IP
NTMN - Microsoft MCSE Migratin from NT (70-222)
NT2N - Microsoft MCSE Windows 2000 Supporting NT (70-244)

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