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.