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MCSE is one of the most prestigious and widely recognized certifications in the IT industry. This course teaches the
candidates to design and deploy high-level IT system solutions with knowledge and skill to design an IT system
architecture components, maintain and troubleshoot systems and design solutions using a Windows 2000 platform
and MS Server products. This certification also provides the candidate with a solid foundation for extending certifi-
cation into more specialized fields.

MCSE Certification Course

Becoming a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer is an essential certification for many positions. Successful comple-
tion of an MCSE certification course provides proof that the information technology professional has the expertise to
design and implement the infrastructure for business solutions based on the Microsoft Windows 2000 platform and
the Microsoft .NET Enterprise.

The Boston University Corporate Education Center (BUCEC), which has been certified as a Gold Certified Partner
for Learning Solutions by Microsoft Corporation, is among the leading centers at which you can take an MCSE
certification course.

Completing an MCSE certification course

The MCSE certification course provides an immediate understanding of a persons skills and dedication to his field.
To successfully complete an MCSE certification course, a person must do more than just read and study material,
and pass the exams. The MCSE certification course teaches individuals to apply the information they learn in novel
and creative ways.

MCSE certification course creates job skills

Employers put a great deal of emphasis on completion of the MCSE certification course for several reasons. Completion
of the MCSE certification course indicates that systems professionals have the knowledge to get the job done.
Employers also know that their clients recognize the value of the MCSE certification course. Clients know the
MCSE certification course will prepare your staff for virtually any challenge throughout the system.

MCSE certification course can advance your career

Completion of the MCSE certification course demonstrates an individuals experience, knowledge and dedication to
the information technology field. The MCSE certification course can improve your confidence, increase your pro-
ductivity and enhance your understanding of information technology. The MCSE certification course can also make
Other benefits of the MCSE certification course

Individuals who complete the MCSE certification course will also receive:
Access to technical and product information, direct from Microsoft
Invitations to Microsoft conferences, technical training sessions and special events
Access to exclusive discounts on products and services from selected companies
Free access to Microsoft Certified Professional Magazine, a career and professional development magazine
Windows 2000 Server: Controlling Access to Files & Folders
Course Outline

Windows 2000 Server MCSE 70-215: Installation shows how to configure interoperability and Web services, manage
users and groups, share folders, and manage a distributed file system.

This course is for anyone who wants to take MCSE Exam 70-215 for Windows 2000 Server.
Windows 2000 Server for MCSE Course Objectives

After completing Windows 2000 Server MCSE 70-215: Controlling Access to Files and Folders, the user should be
able to:
Install protocols and services for interoperability with the Novell Netware, Unix, and Apple Macintosh operating
Create local user accounts and local groups
Activate and deactivate the Server service
Troubleshoot shared folders
Modify NTFS permissions
Configure, manage, and troubleshoot a domain-based Distributed file system (Dfs)
Set security for and troubleshoot Web sharing

Windows 2000 Server Course Topics

Configuring Network Services

Interoperability with Novell NetWare
Interoperability with Apple Macintosh
Interoperability with Unix

Managing Local Users and Groups

Managing local users

Working with local groups

Controlling Access to Shared Folders

Preparing to share
Sharing a folder

Controlling Access to Local Files

Understanding NTFS
Planning NTFS permissions
Using NTFS permissions

Using Dfs to Control Access

Preparing to use Dfs

Administering stand-alone Dfs
Administering domain-based Dfs