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This reputable Microsoft source package packs the authoritative technical info and instruments IT pros have to effectively set up, deal with, and keep the home windows 2000 specialist working process. Readers get exhaustive reference, in-depth element, and well timed insights for maximizing the productiveness in their computer surroundings from those that be aware of the expertise top -- the home windows 2000 product crew. The spouse CD-ROM comprises crucial instruments for deploying and helping home windows 2000 expert, together with the Setup supervisor and instruments for administering energetic listing "TM" providers, besides a searchable digital model of the textual content.
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Use what you have learned from the pilot to prepare for your rollout of Windows 2000 Professional to your entire organization. • See "Preparing for the Rollout" later in this chapter. Mapping Your Needs to Windows 2000 Professional The first step in the deployment process is to assess user needs in your organization and map those needs to the features and benefits that Windows 2000 Professional provides. This will allow you to determine when and how to implement features in your organization. Assessing user needs means identifying the types of features and applications your users require, such as e-mail, connectivity to the Internet, multimedia applications such as Microsoft® NetMeeting®, and so on.
See "Determining a Client Connectivity Strategy" later in this chapter. Determine implementation methods. At this step of your deployment planning you need to determine how to implement, or deploy, the preferred client configuration. To do this you select your installation processes. • See "Determining Implementation Methods" later in this chapter. Test your deployment plan. Early in deployment planning you need to prepare a test plan so you can test your design as it is developed. A plan includes the specific types of tests, specific areas to be tested, test success criteria, and information about the resources (hardware, software, and people) required for testing.
NetWare interoperability is provided through the NWLink IPX/SPX-Compatible protocol and the Client Service for NetWare or Gateway Service for NetWare components. Macintosh interoperability is through File Server for Macintosh, which allows Macintosh clients to use TCP/IP (AFP over IP) to share files and to access shares on a Windows 2000 Server computer. Additional Resources • For more information about Windows 2000, see the Getting Started Guide. • For more information about features new to Windows 2000 Professional, see Introducing Windows 2000 Professional by Jerry Honeycutt, 1999, Redmond: Microsoft Press.