Learn AD in 15 Minutes a Week -- Index of Articles

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Dec 19, 2002


The following articles have already run in Jason Zandri's "Learn Active Directory Design and Administration in 15 Minutes a Week" series, a multipart series aimed at IT professionals preparing to write the new Windows Active Directory Design and Administration exams (70-219 and 70-217 respectively) as well as newcomers to the field who are trying to get a solid grasp on this new and emerging directory service from Microsoft. This index lists all the articles that have run in Jason Zandri's 'Learn Active Directory Design and Administration in 15 Minutes a Week' series.

Discuss these articles as well as any Active Directory questions and comments your may have in our Microsoft Discussion Forum.

Part 21: Learn Active Directory Design and Administration in 15 Minutes a Week: Microsoft DNS - Part 3

Part 20: Active Directory Domains and Trusts MMC, Part 2

Part 19: Active Directory Domains and Trusts MMC

Part 18: Microsoft DNS - Part 2

Part 17: Microsoft DNS - Part 1

Part 16: Active Directory Groups

Part 15: Domain Naming Master Domain Controller

Part 14: AD Delegation of Authority - Delegating Administrative Control

Part 13: AD Delegation of Authority - Permission Settings and Inheritance

Part 12: Delegation of Authority - Assigning Object Permissions

Part 11: Windows 2000 GPO Software Deployment

Part 10: Windows 2000 Server Software Management Tools

Part 9: Active Directory Schema Master

Part 8: Active Directory Single Masters of Operation

Part 7: Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

Part 6: Implementing and Conducting Administration of Resources

Part 5: Active Directory Group Policy

Part 4: Domains, Organizational Units and the Global Catalog

Part 3: Active Directory Logical Architecture

Part 2: Windows 2000 Network Environment Overview

Part 1: Introduction to the Series

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