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Microsoft Online Seminars about Active Directory

If you have a subscription to TechNet, you'll get most of these on a CD once a month. If not you can view them online over the Internet. Most are about an hour, and feature some of Microsoft's top engineers giving you the inside information on topics. This takes less time than reading a book, and the retention can be a little better too. If you're having lunch at your desk, strap on your headphones and spend the hour at a seminar.
Resources...

Building the Enterprise Directory
Today, information about people, applications, and resources is scattered throughout most corporate information systems - and is continuing to proliferate. Microsoft Online Seminar - (July 6, 2000)

Comparative Active Directory Designs
This session details a variety of Active Directory designs that address small, medium, and large scale deployments, multinational considerations, wide area networks, language issues, branch offices, and other possibilities. Microsoft Online Seminar - (January 2000)

Designing the Active Directory Structure
Windows 2000 Deployment Planning for Active Directory involves three steps: assessing your current environment, doing structure planning, and then doing migration planning. While you©re doing your planning, remember to keep the guiding principles in mind. Keep it simple and anticipate any kind of change you may have in your environment. Microsoft Online Seminar - (April 6, 2000)

Domain Migration Strategies
Whether you're migrating from a Windows NT single domain environment or multiple domains with complex trust relationships, careful planning is the key for a smooth transition to Windows© 2000
Microsoft Online Seminar - (Feb 2000)

Active Directory: Database Sizing and Traffic Analysis
Product: Microsoft Windows 2000
DNS Category: Infrastructure (I) - (I) Data
Track: Network Infrastructure September 16, 1999
74 min., 6 sec.; 67 slides

Active Directory: Replication (Part 1)
Product: Microsoft Windows 2000
DNS Category: Infrastructure (I) - (I) Data
Track: Network Infrastructure September 16, 1999
82 min., 10 sec.; 42 slides

Active Directory: Replication (Part 2)
Product: Windows 2000
DNS Category: Infrastructure (I) - (I) Data
Track: Network Infrastructure September 16, 1999
67 min., 58 sec.; 44 slides

How to Deploy a Windows 2000 Active Directory in Your Organization
Product: Microsoft Windows 2000
Topic: Setup, Distribution and System Administration
DNS Category: Infrastructure (I) - (I) Network
Track: Enterprise Architecture August 19, 1999

39 min., 46 sec.; 34 slides

The Windows 2000 Netware Migration
Windows 2000 interoperability tools and the information you get here will eliminate the need to "rip and replace" when migrating from Netware to Windows© 2000.
Microsoft Online Seminar - (January 2000)

Windows 2000 Security and Directory Overview
Product: Microsoft Windows© 2000
DNS Category: Infrastructure (I) -
Track: Office Development November 11, 1999
56 min., 51 sec.; 25 slides

Windows 2000: Active Directory Disaster Recovery
Product: Microsoft Windows© 2000
DNS Category: Infrastructure (I) -
Track: Network Infrastructure October 19, 1999
74 min., 24 sec.; 28 slides


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