Networking

Build your IIS 5, Exchange 2000, and Win2K load balancing skills

Mail, Web, and load balance administration are three critical tasks an IT pro performs. Study this chapter download available only to TechProGuild members to help you deploy these services or to prepare for Microsoft's network design certification.


New to the MCSE certification track are design exams, which test a candidate’s ability to develop cost-effective, reliable system architectures. To pass Microsoft Exam 70-221: MCSE Windows 2000 Network Design or to properly configure Web, mail, and load balancing services on a larger network, you must have a solid understanding of each of these services.

As a TechProGuild member, you can download an exclusive 36-page PDF book chapter excerpt here that describes how to:
  • ·        Deploy Windows 2000 Web services.
  • ·        Install, configure, and secure Exchange 2000.
  • ·        Implement and administer Internet Information Server (IIS).
  • ·        Configure each IIS component.
  • ·        Deploy Win2K clustering options.

The excerpt from Coriolis’ Windows 2000 Network Design: Exam 70-221 Exam Prep includes instructions on implementing FTP, NNTP, and SMTP services. The chapter also describes how to design a Windows 2000 distributed file system (DFS), as well as how to implement DFS.

Sample real-world projects are also included at the chapter’s end. They help prospective MCSE candidates test the real-world applications of topics covered in the network design exam.

Whether you’re looking to begin mastering your Web, mail, and load balancing skills for a Windows 2000 server or you’re preparing for Microsoft’s network design exam, you’ll find information you need in this TechProGuild download.

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