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Schmurfle
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      09-30-2006
Hi,

I don't find documents to train to simulations (70-290). Could you help
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Montreal MCT
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      09-30-2006
Hi Hervé,

The simulations training is simple... Install Windows Server 2003 Standard,
and play. That is the long and the short of it. Simulations are just
that - simulations of the actual environment. Because of that they are in
fact much easier than the other questions, as long as you have done your
homework.

Good luck!

M

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>
> I don't find documents to train to simulations (70-290). Could you help
> me ?
>
>
> Thanks in advance
> Hervé -
>


 
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Schmurfle
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Thanks a lot M

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:: Jan Philipp ::..
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      10-03-2006
That's exactly it, set a server up! I'd play with the following in
particular:
- Set up IIS: host multiple websites and virtual directories, back them up
and restore them from within IIS
- Know NTBackup: Make and schedule multiple backup-jobs, and ASR Backup, and
just the SystemState Data, then restore them
- Use AD Users & Computers: Setup new accounts, add them to Groups,
configure their roaming profiles, change Group types and scopes
- Create Folders and Shares and assign permissions: Use explorer and/or
Computer Management, add multiple shares with different permissions for the
same Folder
- Play with Perfmon: Set up performance logs with different counters, and
trigger it from an Alert

And don't forget, in Windows there is usually more than one way to get a
task done, so don't get flusterred if the first way you try on a Sim doesn't
work, just use a different way. For example: Can't create a virtual
directory in IIS, try right-clicking on the Folder and check out the
Web-Sharing Tab.

The more hands-on you get, and the more different ways you know to get a
task done, the easier the simulations are. I really enjoy training the MCSE
now, because the focus is just on setting up real live situations and
configuring them on a server. Most of all have fun with it
:: Jan Philipp, MCT ::..

"Montreal MCT" <new> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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> Hi Hervé,
>
> The simulations training is simple... Install Windows Server 2003
> Standard, and play. That is the long and the short of it. Simulations
> are just that - simulations of the actual environment. Because of that
> they are in fact much easier than the other questions, as long as you have
> done your homework.
>
> Good luck!
>
> M
>
> --
> MDG, MCT
> MCSA (2003), MCSA (2000), MCDST.
> Certified Small Business Specialist
> Visit my blog at http://www.mitpro.ca/Blogs/tabid/59/...2/Default.aspx
>
>
> "Schmurfle" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
> news:451ea9ea$0$25914$(E-Mail Removed)...
>> Hi,
>>
>> I don't find documents to train to simulations (70-290). Could you
>> help me ?
>>
>>
>> Thanks in advance
>> Hervé -
>>

>



 
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