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Preparing to install Windows 2000 Server
Before you can begin to install Windows 2000 Server, you must prepare for the installation by gathering information and making decisions about how you want to install the software. This lesson gives you the foundation you need to install Windows 2000 Server. It describes the tasks that you should complete before moving on to the installation.
INSTALLING WINDOWS 2000 SERVER
Once you have performed all the necessary steps to prepare for a Windows 2000 Server installation, you are ready to begin the Windows 2000 Setup process. This lesson focuses on performing a new installation of Windows 2000 Server. It begins with a discussion of the various installation programs and then describes the phases of the installation process.
UPGRADING TO WINDOWS 2000 SERVER
The process for upgrading existing servers from Windows NT Server to Windows 2000 Server is primarily automated. During the upgrade, Windows 2000 Setup migrates the current settings of the operating system while requiring little administrator input during the process. This lesson focuses on three aspects of the upgrade process: upgrading to the Windows 2000 Server operating system, upgrading Windows NT domains, and consolidating domains.
TROUBLESHOOTING THE INSTALLATION
This lesson provides an overview of some of the common problems that can be encountered when installing Windows 2000 Server. Installation problems can be caused by bad media or incompatible hardware. In addition, there may not be enough room on any of the partitions to install Windows 2000 Server because you did not complete the preinstallation tasks. Other problems that might arise are the inability to connect to the domain controller or Windows 2000 Server might not install or start