Microsoft: WindowsXP Pro: Offline Folders
- Course Format
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- Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
- Training Time ?
- 16 to 32 minutes
- Video Format
- Standard Definition
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- Chrome, IE, Firefox
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- Flash Player
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- Interactive Producer
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- LearnKey, Inc.
Gain knowledge and understanding to work more efficiently with Windows XP Professional. Use best practices for deploying Windows XP Professional in a Windows 2000 environment and be prepared to pass exam 70-270, which provides core credit for MCP exams.
This minicourse in our Lesson-On-Demand format is part of a series on Windows XP Professional. You will learn how to work with and configure offline folders, make files available offline, establish a lost Network connection, work with folder options, and use the Synchronization Manager. This minicourse is short enough to fit easily into your busy schedule with little disruption to your daily workflow.
This Windows XP Professional course uses real-world scenarios to help network administrators learn to install, configure and administer Windows XP Professional. At the conclusion of this course, you will understand the best practices for deploying Windows XP Professional in a Windows 2000 environment and be prepared to pass exam 70-270, which provides core credit for MCP exams.
Aaron Spurlock is an MCSE+I, MCT, CNE and CNI. He has consulted and trained on networks and computing for the past 15 years with Lucent Technologies, Mastering Computers, Scientific-Atlanta and the Florida Marlins, among others. He currently owns Technovation Design in Ogden, Utah, specializing in Windows 2000 and NetWare 5 consulting as well as home and corporate automation technologies.
- Install on any SCORM LMS
- Rich multimedia presentation with interactions and quiz
- Print certificate and wallet card
- You have 60 days to complete the course
Everyone who uses or plans to use Microsoft Windows XP Professional for their job, business, or home computer use.
- Configure Offline Folders
- Make Files Available Offline
- Network Connection Lost
- Network Connection Established
- Folder Options
- Synchronization Manager