Training: Understanding and Troubleshooting DNS in Windows 2000

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A training course titled "Understanding and Troubleshooting DNS in Windows 2000" is available for download from the Microsoft Download Center.

This course provides in-depth discussion of Domain Name Service (DNS) as implemeted in Windows 2000, with emphasis on best practices for installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting the DNS Client service and DNS Server service in Windows 2000 networking and Active Directory directory service environments. Detailed discussion of DNS name resolution methods and namespace planning are included. Screen-capture demonstrations illustrate key administrative, configuration, and troubleshooting tasks.


The course outline is as follows:

Module 1: Course Overview and DNS Terms and Concepts
1.1 DNS Terms and Concepts Part 1
1.2 DNS Terms and Concepts Part 2
1.3 DNS Terms and Concepts Part 3

Module 2: DNS Processes
2.1 DNS Client Configuration
2.2 DNS Name Query Process
2.3 DNS Server-Side Processes
2.4 Dynamic Updates

Module 3: DNS Implementation Case Studies
Case Study #1 Wingtip Toys
Case Study #2 City Power and Light

Module 4: Troubleshooting DNS Lookup Failures

The course download is a compressed file that contains a CD ISO image and instructions about how to create a CD from the image.

To download the file, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
Understanding and Troubleshooting DNS in Windows 2000


Article ID: 330511 - Last Review: October 31, 2006 - Revision: 1.6
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