Introduction to Domain and Forest Trusts

By using Windows Server 2003 domain and forest trusts, service administrators can create or extend collaborative relationships between two or more domains or forests. Windows Server 2003 domains and forests can also trust Kerberos realms and other Windows Server 2003 forests, as well as Microsoft Windows® 2000 domains and Windows NT® 4.0 domains.

When a trust exists between two domains, the authentication mechanisms for each domain trust the authentications coming from the other domain. Trusts help to provide controlled access to shared resources in a resource domain (the trusting domain) by verifying that incoming authentication requests come from a trusted authority (the trusted domain). In this way, trusts act as bridges that allow only validated authentication requests to travel between domains.

How a specific trust passes authentication requests depends on how it is configured. Trust relationships can be one-way, providing access from the trusted domain to resources in the trusting domain, or two-way, providing access from each domain to resources in the other domain. Trusts are also either nontransitive, in which case a trust exists only between the two trust partner domains, or transitive, in which case a trust automatically extends to any other domains that either of the partners trusts.

In some cases, trust relationships are established automatically when domains are created; in other cases, administrators must choose a type of trust and explicitly establish the appropriate relationships. The specific types of trusts that are used and the structure of the resulting trust relationships in a given trust implementation depend on such factors as how Active Directory is organized and whether different versions of Windows coexist on the network.

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To achieve the MCSE, a candidate must pass a total of seven exams. There are five core exams and two elective exams. There are also some previously retired exams that still count towards the Windows 2000 MCSE. Each of the 7 exams will cost you $125 to take, which makes this certification a costly yet worthwhile certification to achieve. You can take these exams at the regular places included VUE and Prometric. Below you will find more information of the core exams in the MCSE.

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70-210 W2K Professional

Microsoft™s exam 70-210 is a core requirement for the MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) on Microsoft Windows 2000 and MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator) on Microsoft Windows 2000 certifications. It is designed for candidates who operate in medium to very large computing environments that use Windows 2000 Professional as a desktop operating system.

The topics covered by this exam include:

  • Installing Windows 2000 Professional
  • Implementing and Conducting Administration of Resources
  • Implementing, Managing, and Troubleshooting Hardware Devices and Drivers
  • Monitoring and Optimizing System Performance and Reliability

70-215 W2K Server

Microsoft™s exam 70-215 is a core requirement for the MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) on Microsoft Windows 2000, MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator) on Microsoft Windows 2000, and MCDBA (Microsoft Certified Database Administrator) on Microsoft SQL Server 2000 certifications. It is designed for candidates who operate in medium to very large computing environments that use the Windows 2000 Server operating system.

The topics covered by this exam include:

  • Installing Windows 2000 Server
  • Installing, Configuring, and Troubleshooting Access to Resources
  • Configuring and Troubleshooting Hardware Devices and Drivers
  • Managing, Monitoring, and Optimizing System Performance, Reliability, and Availability

70-216 W2K Network Infrastructure

Microsoft™s exam 70-216 is a core requirement for the MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) on Microsoft Windows 2000 certification. It is designed for candidates who operate in medium to very large computing environments that use the Windows 2000 network operating system.

The topics covered by this exam include:

  • A Installing, Configuring, Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting DNS in a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure
  • A Installing, Configuring, Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting DHCP in a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure
  • Configuring, Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Remote Access in a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure
  • Installing, Configuring, Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Network Protocols in a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure

70-217 W2K Directory Services

Microsoft™s exam 70-217 is a core requirement for the MCSE (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer) on Microsoft Windows 2000 certification. It is designed for candidates who operate in medium to very large computing environments that use the Windows 2000 network operating system.

The topics covered by this exam include:

  • Installing and Configuring Active Directory
  • Installing, Configuring, Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting DNS for Active Directory
  • Configuring, Managing, Monitoring, Optimizing, and Troubleshooting Change and Configuration Management
  • Managing, Monitoring, and Optimizing the Components of Active Directory

Current MCSE Electives

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  • (70-028) SQL 7.0 Administration 
  • (70-029) SQL 7.0 Design 
  • (70-086) SMS 2.0
  • (70-214) W2K Network Security Admin 
  • (70-218) W2K Network Environment
  • (70-219) W2K Designing Directory Services 
  • (70-220) W2K Designing Network Security 
  • (70-221) W2K Designing Network Infrastructure 
  • (70-222) W2K Migrating from NT 4.0
  • (70-223) W2K Clustering Services 
  • (70-224) Exchange 2000 
  • (70-225) Exchange 2000 Messaging 
  • (70-226) Designing Highly Available Web Solns 
  • (70-227) ISA Server 2000 
  • (70-228) SQL 2000 Admin 
  • (70-229) SQL 2000 Design 
  • (70-230) BizTalk Server 2000 
  • (70-232) Maintaining Highly Available Web Solns
  • (70-234) Commerce Server 2000 
  • (70-244) NT Server 4.0 Network Support 
  • (70-270) Windows XP Pro 
  • (70-297) Server 2003 Designing Network Infrastructure
  • (70-298) Server 2003 Designing Network Security
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