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  • Ziele
    - Identify functions of Windows XP Professional disk management. - Identify features of basic disk organization in Windows XP Professional. - Identify New Partition Wizard options that can be selected when creating partitions on a basic disk in Windows XP Professional. - Differentiate between the capabilities of the FAT and FAT32 file systems that are supported by Windows XP Professional. - Identify the capabilities of the New Technology File System (NTFS) that are supported by Windows XP Professional. - Identify guidelines for selecting a file system when formatting a hard disk in Windows XP Professional. - Identify system information that can be determined in Windows XP Professional. - Identify tasks for monitoring and managing applications by using Windows XP Professional Task Manager and Windows Installer. - Identify commonly used measures available for monitoring processes in Windows XP Professional Task Manager.
  • 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 four parts in this series 72510 through 72513.
  • Titel
    Kurs 72514 - Microsoft Windows XP Administration Part 5: Disk and File Management
  • Inhalt
    Course Overview

    This is the final course in a five part series in the Microsoft Windows XP Installation and Administration curriculum. It covers how to work with basic and dynamic disks, manage drive letters, paths and defragmenting volumes on computers running Microsoft Windows XP Professional. It also teaches how to configure and manage various file systems, manage data compression, and secure data by using EFS on computers running Microsoft Windows XP Professional. Topics that teach how to monitor resources and performance and how to improve performance on a computer running Microsoft Windows XP Professional, and using the relevant tools are also covered.

    Deployment Options

    Self-Study

    Total Learning Time

    6 to 8 hours

    Objectives

    Unit 1: Managing Disks 2 - 3 hours

    - Identify functions of Windows XP Professional disk management.
    - Identify features of basic disk organization in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify New Partition Wizard options that can be selected when creating partitions on a basic disk in Windows XP Professional.
    - Sequence the steps to add a basic disk to a computer running Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of basic to dynamic disk conversion in Windows XP Professional.
    - Differentiate between the volume types available for organizing a Windows XP Professional dynamic disk.
    - Identify New Volume Wizard options that can be selected when creating a simple volume on a dynamic disk in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify key features of moving a dynamic disc from one computer to another computer running Windows XP Professional.
    - Sequence the disk preparation steps for upgrading from previous Windows operating systems to Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify volume properties that can be viewed by using Disk Management in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify criteria for extending basic disk partitions or dynamic disk volumes in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify criteria for disk partition or volume deletion in Windows XP Professional.
    - Change a drive letter for a partition, volume, or disk drive in Windows XP Professional.
    - Create a mount point in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify functions of the Disk Defragmenter tool in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify defragmenting options available in Windows XP Professional when using the Defrag.exe command-line tool.

    Unit 2: Configuring and Managing File Systems 2 - 3 hours

    - Differentiate between the capabilities of the FAT and FAT32 file systems that are supported by Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify the capabilities of the New Technology File System (NTFS) that are supported by Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify guidelines for selecting a file system when formatting a hard disk in Windows XP Professional.
    - Match methods of converting file systems to Windows XP Professional-supported New Technology File System (NTFS) with their characteristics.
    - Identify features of New Technology File System (NTFS) file and folder compression in Windows XP Professional.
    - Compress a New Technology File System (NTFS) file or folder in Windows XP Professional.
    - Match copying and moving actions in Windows XP Professional with the compression state of the compressed files or folders.
    - Identify guidelines for optimal management of New Technology File System (NTFS) data compression in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of shared folder creation and removal in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of New Technology File System (NTFS) file and folder permissions in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify permissions to optimize folder access in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify guidelines for administrating and troubleshooting file and folder access in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify key features of auditing file systems and accounts in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify key features of the Encrypting File System (EFS) feature in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of file or folder encryption that uses the Encrypting File System (EFS) feature in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify considerations when adding an authorized user to an Encrypting File System (EFS)-encrypted file in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of encrypted file or folder recovery in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify guidelines for implementation of the Encrypting File System (EFS) feature in Windows XP Professional.

    Unit 3: Monitoring Resources and Performance 2 hours

    - Identify system information that can be determined in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify tasks for monitoring and managing applications by using Windows XP Professional Task Manager and Windows Installer.
    - Identify commonly used measures available for monitoring processes in Windows XP Professional Task Manager.
    - Identify commonly used measures that can be viewed to monitor performance in Windows XP Professional Task Manager.
    - Identify features of monitoring network connectivity by using the Networking tab in Windows XP Professional Task Manager.
    - Identify functions of Windows XP Professional performance tools.
    - Identify performance options that can be configured in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify considerations when configuring, managing, and troubleshooting scheduled tasks in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of application, security, and system event logs that monitor Windows XP Professional system information.
    - Differentiate between the three types of system and application events that are recorded in Windows XP Professional event logs.
    - Match methods for viewing event logs in Windows XP Professional with desired results.
    - Identify the options available for limiting the size of log files in the Windows XP Professional Event Viewer.
    - Identify features of archiving event logs in the Windows XP Professional Event Viewer.

    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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