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  • Ziele
    - Sequence the stages in the Windows XP Professional boot process. - Identify features of control sets in Windows XP Professional. - Identify guidelines for using the Last Known Good configuration to start a computer running Windows XP Professional. - Create a local user account in Windows XP Professional. - Sequence the stages in the authentication of a local user account in Windows XP Professional. - Identify the main features of the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) in Windows XP Professional. - Identify features of the configurable properties of the Windows XP Professional desktop display. - Identify features of configuring Windows XP Professional desktop shortcuts. - Match Windows XP Professional desktop accessibility configuration options with their functions.
  • Anforderungen
    The intended Audience for this course includes IT professionals that are new to the Windows XP environment, and involved in providing help desk support for Windows XP Professional desktops. They also provide support for the Windows XP family of products, or support for a Microsoft Windows XP solution environment. Finally, they are involved in supporting Windows XP Professional in non-Microsoft network operating systems. Course prerequisites would be A+ and Network+ certifications or equivalent. In addition, learners should have taken the first course in this series 72510.
  • Titel
    Kurs 72511 - Microsoft Windows XP Administration Part 2: Networks and Desktops
  • Inhalt
    Course Overview

    This is the second course in a five part series on the Microsoft Windows XP Installation and Administration curriculum. This course discusses how to troubleshoot the boot process, and the different stages of the boot process. It also covers system restore and Automated System Recovery process as a means of returning the computer to its previous state, and how to install and support computers running Microsoft Windows XP Professional in a Windows 2000 networking environment. Topics on the implementation, support and customization of new desktops, are also covered.

    Deployment Options

    Self-Study

    Total Learning Time

    6 to 8 hours

    Objectives

    Unit 1: Troubleshooting the Boot Process 2 - 3 hours

    - Sequence the stages in the Windows XP Professional boot process.
    - Identify features of control sets in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify guidelines for using the Last Known Good configuration to start a computer running Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify the sections of the Windows XP Professional boot.ini file.
    - Modify the Windows XP Professional boot.ini file.
    - Match Safe Mode options for starting Windows XP Professional with their functions.
    - Install the Recovery Console in Windows XP Professional.
    - Match Recovery Console commands with problems they could solve.
    - Identify features of the System Restore tool in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of using the Automated System Recovery (ASR) process to restore a Windows XP Professional installation.
    - Identify features of backing up user data in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify guidelines for restoring a computer running Windows XP Professional.

    Unit 2: Configuring Windows XP Professional 2 - 3 hours

    - Create a local user account in Windows XP Professional.
    - Sequence the stages in the authentication of a local user account in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify the main features of the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) in Windows XP Professional.
    - Create a customized security console in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify account policy configurations in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify local policy configurations in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify configurations for Ctrl+Alt+Del Options in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify functions of logon option configurations for a workgroup using Windows XP Professional.
    - Match Windows XP Professional ICS and non-ICS networking connection types with their functions.
    - Identify features of naming configurations for workgroup computers using Windows XP.
    - Enable Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) and Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) in Windows XP Professional.
    - Join a computer running Windows XP Professional to a domain.
    - Identify features of joining a domain when running Windows XP Professional.

    Unit 3: Configuring the Desktop Environment 2 hours

    - Identify features of the configurable properties of the Windows XP Professional desktop display.
    - Identify features of configuring Windows XP Professional desktop shortcuts.
    - Match Windows XP Professional desktop accessibility configuration options with their functions.
    - Identify features of configuring Windows XP Professional regional options.
    - Add a submenu for all users to customize the Windows XP Professional start menu.
    - Customize the Windows XP Professional Startup folder.
    - Identify methods of customizing the Windows XP Professional taskbar.
    - Customize properties of the My Documents folder in Windows XP Professional by changing its default location.
    - Identify features of environment variables in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of the startup and recovery options in Windows XP Professional.
    - Match user profiles created in Windows XP Professional with their desktop customization features.
    - Identify ways in which Group Policy affects customization of the Windows XP Professional desktop.
    - Identify features of using Windows XP Professional Remote Assistance.
    - Identify user safeguards for shared control of a user's computer in Windows XP Professional Remote Assistance.
    - Sequence the steps to send a file by using the Remote Assistance console.
    - Identify guidelines for using Windows XP Professional Remote Assistance.

    Course Access

    Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.

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