MCSE – MICROSOFT CERTIFIED SYSTEMS ENGINEERING
Network Infrastructure - I
Network Infrastructure – II
Active Service Directory(ADS)
Client / Paper – I
Brief description of XP:
XP means experience
XP‘s different versions are: Home, Professional, Starter, Media
Center, Table Pc, Embedded Systems
Professional Editions had server domains, safe mode, remote access and
data encrypting features which Home editions did not have.
Starter Editions were of low cost, it could 3 programs at a time, could run
on Celeron, Duron and Sempron Processors.
Media Center’s code name was Freestyle
Media Center had an update of Windows Movie Maker and supported
Tablet PC had Pen Sensitive screen with portrait oriented screens. It had
2 releases one in 2002 and second in 2005.
Different ways of Windows XP installation:
Unattended: Writing all the info in a file and then executing
Remote Installation Service: LAN Booting
Booting : While system is booting , insert a CD
It means interconnection of 2 or more systems. It’s mainly used for resource
sharing like Hardware and Software.
Types of Network Models:
It could only limited numbers of systems like not more than 10
No local administration
No client – server Model
It could connect more than 10 systems at a time
It can have two server : Hardware Server & Software Server
While preparing a system for server we need to install /configure DNS and
ADS that becomes Domain Control which indeed is a Server.
Single logon Process
LSD – Local Security Database which maintains information about
different user with their passwords and settings....