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Performing the Migration


 

 

Description:

This course is intended for individuals who are IT Professionals with design and implementation experience with Windows migration. The skills required for this course include the ability to design an Active Directory and networking infrastructure based on an organization's business needs and infrastructure factors, and identify and categorize existing services and business requirements. This course contains virtual labs. A note about virtual System Requirements: If you access the Internet from behind a proxy server, you may not be able to take a virtual lab. This affects AOL and Gateway.net users who use a modified browser and those who access virtual lab technology from behind a corporate firewall. Modified browser users should use either Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator (both 4.0 or higher). Users behind a corporate proxy server should access virtual lab technology through a commercial ISP account. NOTE: Connection to the real PCs and servers is done via the VNS protocol. As a result, there is a requirement for a connection through ports 5800-5821 and 5900-5921.

Objectives:

  • Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Describe the migration process and identify the paths that can be used to migrate domains from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows Server 2003. Develop a deployment plan. Describe a migration strategy at a high level, determine the migration path for each domain, and determine the sequence for migrating domains. Maintain network operations during a migration. Test a migration and conduct a pilot. Prepare all components necessary for migration from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows Server 2003. You will upgrade domains from Windows NT 4.0 to Windows Server 2003. Plan and prepare for domain restructuring. Restructure account, resource, and Active Directory domains. Complete the restructuring process by reconfiguring access to shared resources and decommissioning the Windows NT 4.0 source domains.

Hardware and Software Required:

  • Browser Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 (or higher)
  • Browser Mozilla Firefox 2 (or higher)
  • Browser Apple Safari 2 (or higher)
  • Operating System Microsoft Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or Windows 7
  • Operating System Apple Mac OS X 10.4 (or higher)
  • Processor Pentium III 1 GHz (or better)
  • Processor Macintosh Intel-based or PowerPC G4 (or better)
  • RAM 512 MB (1 GB or more recommended)
  • Internet connection 256K (broadband recommended)
  • Adobe Flash Player 8 (current version recommended)
  • Adobe Reader 7 (or higher)
  • Other requirements may apply to supplemental offline activities. Omitting these optional activities does not affect course completion.

 




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Course Info

  • Code: EL-PM 1
  • Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes
  • Price: Call for price

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