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   MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional)
  1. Installing and Deploying Windows XP Professional  
1.1 System Requirements  
1.2 Installing Windows XP Professional from the CD-Rom.  
1.2.1 Booting from the CD-Rom.  
1.2.2 Booting from Boot Disks.  
1.3 Installing Windows XP Professional over the Network  
1.4 Performing an Unattended Installation.  
1.4.1 Using an Unattended Answer File.  
1.4.2 Using the System Preparation Tool (disk imaging).  
1.4.3 Using Remote Installation Services (RIS). Setting up the RIS Server. Client requirements for Remote Installation.  
1.4.4 Deploying Software Applications Overview. Windows Installer  
1.5 Upgrading to Windows XP Professional.  
1.6 Deploying Service Packs  
1.7 Installing Windows XP Professional on a Dual Boot Configuration  
1.8 Activating Windows XP Professional  
1.9 The Windows XP Professional Boot Process  
1.9.1 Files Used in the Boot Process Preboot Sequence Boot Sequence Kernel Load Kernel Initialization Logon  
1.10 The Registry  
1.10.1 The Hierarchical Structure of the Registry  
1.10.2 The HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE Subtree  
1.11 The Boot.ini File  
1.11.1 Components of the Boot.ini File  
1.11.2 ARC Paths  
1.11.3 Boot.ini Switches  
1.12 Advanced Boot Options  
1.12.1 The Recovery Console Installing and Starting the Recovery Console Using the Recovery Console  
1.12.2 Automated System Recovery (ASR)  
  2. Configuring Windows XP Professional  
2.1 Configuring Hardware Profiles  
2.2 Installing New Hardware
2.2.1 Installing Additional Processors  
2.2.2 Installing and Configuring Fax Devices  
2.3 Using Driver Signing  
2.3.1 Configuring Driver Signing  
2.3.2 System File Checker  
2.3.3 The File Signature Verification Utility  
2.3.4 Device Driver Rollback  
2.4 Configuring Display Settings  
2.5 Configuring System Settings  
2.6 Configuring the Desktop Environment  
2.7 Configuring Accessibility Options  
2.8 Configuring Hard Disks  
2.8.1 Disk Storage Types  
2.8.2 Configuring File Systems  
2.8.3 Encrypting File System (EFS) Recovering an Encrypted Folder or File Backing Up and Restoring Encrypted Files and Folders  
2.8.4 Volume Mounting  
2.8.5 File Compression Copying and Moving Compressed Files and Folders  
2.8.6 Disk Quotas  
2.8.7 Using Disk Defragmenter  
2.8.8 Backing Up and Restoring Data Windows Backup Backup Types Restoring Data  
2.9 Configuring Power Management on Portable Computers  
  3. Configuring the Network  
3.1 Creating Network Connections  
3.1.1 Local Area Network (LAN)  
3.1.2 Remote Connections Remote Access Protocols Security for Remote Connections  
3.1.3 Virtual Private Network (VNP)  
3.2 IP Addressing  
3.2.1 Configuring automatic IP Addressing DHCP Addressing Automatic Private IP Addressing  
3.2.2 Configuring Static IP Addressing  
3.2.3 Testing TCP/IP Configuration  
3.3 Name Resolution  
3.3.1 NetBIOS Name Resolution  
3.3.2 Host Name Resolution  
3.4 Enabling and Configuring Internet Connection Firewall  
3.5 Enabling Internet Connection Sharing  
3.6 Enabling and Configuring Network Bridge  
3.7 Using the Network Setup Wizard  
3.8 Connecting to a Novell NetWare Network  
3.8.1 Configuring NWLink  
3.9 Connecting to a UNIX Network  
3.9.1 Configuring Interoperability with UNIX  
3.9.2 Telnet Telnet Client Telnet Server  
  4. Setting up and Managing User Accounts  
4.1 Types of User Accounts  
4.1.1 Local User Accounts  
4.1.2 Domain User Accounts  
4.1.3 Built-In User Accounts Administrator Guest  
4.2 Creating User Accounts  
4.2.1 Creating Local User Accounts In User Accounts In Computer Management  
4.2.2 Creating Domain User Accounts  
4.2.3 Copying Domain User Accounts  
4.3 Configuring Account Policies  
4.3.1 Configuring Password Policy  
4.3.2 Configuring Account Lockout Policy  
4.4 Managing Users and User Accounts  
4.4.1 Managing User Data  
4.4.2 Using User Profiles Roaming User Profiles Mandatory User Profiles  
4.5 Managing Users by Using Groups  
  5. Network Printing  
5.1 Setting Up Client Computers  
5.1.1 Using the Add Printer Wizard  
5.1.2 Downloading Printer Drivers  
5.2 Setting Up a Printer Pool  
5.3 Setting Printer Priorities  
5.4 Novel and UNIX Printers  
5.4.1 Installing a Printer Using LPR  
  6. Shared Network Resources  
6.1 Shared Files and Folders  
6.1.1 Shared Folder Permissions  
6.1.2 Combining Shared Folder Permissions and NTFS Permissions  
6.1.3 Shared Application Folders  
6.1.4 Data Folders  
6.1.5 Administrative Shares  
6.2 Offline Files  
6.2.1 Enabling Offline Files  
6.2.2 Offline File Synchronization  
  7. Controlling Access to Network Resources  
7.1 Access Control List  
7.2 NTFS Permissions  
7.2.1 NTFS Folder Permissions  
7.2.2 NTFS File Permissions  
7.2.3 NTFS Permissions  
7.2.4 Cumulative Permissions  
7.2.5 The Deny Permission  
7.2.6 Setting NTFS Permissions  
7.2.7 NTFS Permissions Inheritance  
7.2.8 Assigning Special Access Permissions Changing Permissions Taking Ownership  
7.2.9 Copying and Moving Files and Folders  
  8. Monitoring Resources and Performance  
8.1 Monitoring Applications  
8.2 Monitoring Processes  
8.2.1 Using Process Measures to Identify Resource Usage  
8.2.2 Promoting and Demoting Process Priority  
8.3 Monitoring System Performance  
8.3.1 Using Task Manager  
8.3.2 Using the Performance Console Adding Counters  
8.4 Monitoring Network Connectivity  
8.5 Monitoring Event Logs  
8.5.1 Event Logs  
8.5.2 System and Application Events  
8.6 Audit Policies  
8.6.1 Configuring Auditing  
8.6.2 Setting up Auditing Setting an Audit Policy  
8.6.3 Auditing Access to Files and Folders  
8.6.4 Auditing Access to Printers  
8.6.5 Locating Events  
8.7 Archiving Logs  
8.8 Monitoring Access to Shared Folders  
  9. Practice Labs  
9.1 Converting the hard drive to NTFS  
9.2 Configuring Dual Boot Options  
9.3 Supporting Printing for UNIX clients  
9.3.1 Installing Print Services for UNIX  
9.3.2 Installing a Printer for UNIX Clients  
9.4 Setting Printer Priorities  
9.5 Installing New Hardware Devices  
9.6 Working with Device Drivers  
9.6.1 Updating Device Drivers  
9.6.2 Setting Driver Signing options  
9.6.3 Using Driver Roll Back  
9.7 Creating New User Accounts  
9.7.1 Using User Accounts  
9.7.2 Using Computer Management  
9.8 Creating User Groups  
9.9 Configuring Disk Quotas  
9.10 Compressing Files and Folders  
9.11 Encrypting Files and Folders  
  Course Duration: - 48 hours (week days and week end classes)