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Exam 70-290 Windows 2003 Server
Exam Info
Title: Managing and Maintaining a
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment
Exam code: 70-290
Format: Conventional multiple choice,
other question types and sims
Number of questions: 40-65
Passing Score: 700
Exam objectives

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Practice Exams

70-290 Windows 2003 Server - 20 questions

TechNotes

Managing Groups
An detailed overview of a groups in Windows 2003 that covers group types, scopes, default/builtin groups, group automation and more.

Shared Folders and NTFS Permissions
Covers configuring, troubleshooting, and combining shared folders and NTFS permissions, effective permissions, ownership, and permission inheritance.

Remote Administration and Terminal Server
Remote Desktop, Remote Assistance, configure and troubleshooting Terminal Server, Remote Desktop Connection.

Shadow Copy Volumes
An overview of a new feature in Windows 2003 called Shadow Copy Volumes including configuration details.

 

Links
 

Microsoft Learning Community

Microsoft Interactive Training Simulations

A Day in the Life of an Administrator

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