You'll learn the network infrastructure that keeps Microsoft Windows 2000 running, how to manage directory services, the best way to design Active Directory structures, and good security design – all for Windows 2000. In short, you'll learn all about administering the, admittedly, antiquated and rare server operating system.
22 HOURS OF TRAINING
0 VIRTUAL LABS
0 PRACTICE EXAMS
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All Windows Server 2000 FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
It might be rare to find a network that still runs Server 2000, but you don't want to be the sysad who can't figure out your OS just because it's over 20 years old. If it's at all possible you might encounter Windows Server 2000, you should take this course.
No, this Windows Server 2000 training is no longer associated with any certifications. Originally, this course was used to prepare learners for taking four Microsoft certifying exams (70-216, 70-217, 70-219, and 70-220), but Microsoft retired those and the certifications they applied to a long time ago.
The material on this course won't be very helpful for anyone trying to take a contemporary certification exam because Windows Server has changed so much in the last 20 years. That said, some of the basic administration concepts will be helpful for certs like Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals.
There are two really good reasons that you might consider taking this course. First, you have a strong curiosity for how 20 year-old server operating systems work. Second, you've suddenly found yourself responsible for administering a legacy network that can't move off Windows Server 2000.