About This Chapter
This chapter provides you with a number of techniques you can use to investigate and solve problems encountered in the upgrade process.
Before You Begin
To complete this chapter you must have
- Worked through most of the earlier chapters of this book to form the foundation for the topics discussed here.
- Your test network configured as it would be if you had completed the practices in Chapters 8 through 10. The configuration should be as follows:
- PC1: Host TRAINKIT1, which was the first domain controller in the Windows 2000 forest, holds all flexible single master operation (FSMO) roles and is acting as a DNS server. It is the forest root of trainkit.microsoft.com, and its fully qualified domain name (FQDN) is trainkit1.trainkit.microsoft.com.
- PC2: Host MIGKIT1, which is now a Windows 2000 domain controller in the same domain as PC1, has an FQDN of migkit1.trainkit.microsoft.com.