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Author: James Ellithorpe & Richard French


Issue Date: Dec 1, 2022

Lab Exercises Abstracts
Lab 1 - Service Packs
Lab 2 - Emergency Disks
Lab 3 - Devices & Drivers
Lab 4 - RIS
Lab 5 - Sysprep
Lab 6 - Unattended Install
Lab 7 - Driver Verification
Lab 8 - Attended Installation
Lab 9 - Backup
Lab 10 - Join / Disjoin Domain
Lab 11 - Dual Boot
Lab 12 - Qualifier Tools
Lab 13 - System Requirements
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70-210 Installing, Configuring, and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

This Study Guide covers the various methods of installing Windows client software and configuring the client machine for optimum performance. Readers are guided through the process of attended, unattended, RIS, Network, "slip-streaming", and sysprep installation procedures. A troubleshooting section covers the infamous boot.ini file, recovery using boot start-up disks, and other common issues.

Certification candidates should complete all of the 70-210, 70-215, 70-216, 70-217, and 70-218 Study Guides before attempting any vendor exam because an integrated model is used for exam preparation.

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