MCSE Windows 2000 Active Directory Services Infrastructure Exam Cram 2 (Exam 70-217) is the perfect study guide to help you pass one of the four core exams in Microsoft's Windows 2000 certification program. This certification exam measures the ability to install, configure, and troubleshoot the Windows 2000 Active Directory components, DNS for Active Directory, and Active Directory security solutions. In addition, this test measures the skills required to manage, monitor, and optimize the desktop environment by using Group Policy. This book is not intended to teach new material. Instead it assumes that you have a solid foundation of knowledge but can use a refresher on important concepts as well as a guide to exam topics and objectives. This book focuses exactly on what you need to pass the exam - it features test-taking strategies, time-saving study tips, and a special Cram Sheet that includes tips, acronyms, and memory joggers not available anywhere else. The series is supported online at several Web sites: examcram, informit, and cramsession.
The accompanying CD features PrepLogic™ Practice Tests, Preview Edition. This product includes one complete PrepLogic Practice Test with approximately the same number of questions found on the actual vendor exam. Each question contains full, detailed explanations of the correct and incorrect answers. The engine offers two study modes, Practice Test and Flash Review, full exam customization, and a detailed score report.
About the Author
David Watts, MCSE, MCSD, CNE, Network+ is currently employed by Hilton Computer Strategies in Houston, Texas. David has worked since 1988 as both a consultant and project lead on enterprise level deployments of Microsoft technologies. An expert in Microsoft systems, David can often be found teaching students at all levels.
Ed Tittel, Series Editor of Exam Cram2 and originator of the series, runs LANWrights, Inc., a training and writing firm that specializes in networking, computer security, and markup languages. Ed has contributed to more than 100 books on various aspects of computing.