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Windows Server 2008 (Exam 70-647) Enterprise Administrator

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Learn from AtHand Learning's experts and prepare to certify your knowledge of the Microsoft exam 70-647. This course will prepare you to plan network and application servers, design identity components, design support identity and access managment components and much more (see a full outline at the bottom).

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10 levels - 331 modules - 30 learning hours

 

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Course Instructor: Patrick Loner

Patrick is a network administration trainer for Entré Computer Solutions. He has years of field experience and is certified as a MCT, MCITP, MCSA/MCSE on Windows NT, 2000 and 2003. In addition, he also the following certifications Cisco's CCNA, CompTIA's A+, Network+ and Security+.

Course Outline

Level 1

Designing a Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure
Chapter 1: Overview of Network Infrastructure Design Process
  • Introduction
  • Preparing for a Network Infrastructure Design
  • Designing the Network Topology
  • Designing for Virtualization
  • Virtual Machine Connectivity Requirements
  • MAC Addressing for Virtual Machines
  • Summary
Chapter 2: Designing Network Security
  • Introduction
  • The Importance and Principals of Network Security
  • Security Design and Implementation
  • Security Policies and Procedures
  • Identify Network Security Threats
  • Common Network Vulnerabilities
  • STRIDE Threat Model Overview
  • Identifying and Analyzing Risks to Network Security
  • Defense-in-Depth Model Overview
  • Summary
Chapter 3: Designing IP Addressing
  • Introduction
  • Public vs. Private IP Addresses
  • Determining the Number of Subnets and Hosts
  • Designing an IPv6 Addressing Scheme
  • Designing and IPv6 Transition
  • Process and Guidelines for an IPv6 Transition
  • Designing the DHCP Infrastructure
  • DHCP Communication Process
  • Design Options for DHCP Servers
  • Guidelines for Designing the DHCP Infrastructure
  • Determining DHCP Lease Lengths
  • Using Superscopes
  • DHCP Class-Level Options
  • Summary
Level 2

Chapter 4: Designing Routing and Switching Requirements
  • Introduction
  • Security Requirements
  • Selecting Network Devices
  • Designing the Use of Routers
  • Designing the Use of Switches
  • Designing Internet Connectivity Perimeter Networks
  • NAT for Internet Security
  • Strategies for Firewall Design
  • Designing Routing Communications
  • Choosing a Routing Protocol
  • Understanding and Designing Packet Filters
  • Evaluating Site-To-Site Connectivity Options
  • Evaluating Network Performance
  • Quality of Service
  • Summary
Chapter 5: Designing Name Resolution
  • Introduction
  • Name Resolution Requirements and Considerations
  • Identifying Locations and Application Requirements
  • Designing a DNS Server Strategy
  • Determining DNS Server Hardware Requirements and Placement
  • Planning DNS Server Roles
  • Securing DNS Servers
  • Designing DNS Zone Implementations
  • Standard vs. Active Directory DNS Zones
  • Zone Security Considerations
  • Designing Zone Transfers
  • Designing Delegation of DNS Zones
  • DNS Zones Demo
  • Summary
Chapter 6: Designing Advanced Name Resolution
  • Introduction
  • Modifications that Optimize DNS Servers
  • DNS Troubleshooting Tools
  • Designing DNS for High Availability and Security
  • Designing a WINS Name Resolution Strategy
  • Designing WINS Replication
  • Transitioning from WINS
  • DNS Optimization Demo
  • Summary
Level 3

Chapter 7: Designing Security for Internal Networks
  • Introduction
  • Designing Windows Firewall Implementations
  • Overview of IPSec
  • Connection Security Rules
  • IPSec Authentication Types
  • Designing an IPSec Implementation
  • Summary
Chapter 8: Designing Networks Access Solutions
  • Introduction
  • Determining Network Access Requirements
  • Securing and Controlling Network Access
  • Authentication Methods
  • Encryption Methods
  • Network Policies
  • Creating and Configuring Network Policies Demo
  • Remote Access Monitoring
  • Designing Remote Access Services
  • VPN Tunneling Protocols
  • Hardware Considerations and Server Placement
  • User Environment Configuration
  • Designing RADIUS Authentication and Network POlicy Services
  • Connection Request Policies
  • Designing Wireless Access
  • Wireless Security
  • Using RADIUS for Wireless Authentication
  • Hardware Considerations
  • Summary
Chapter 9: Designing Networks Access Protection
  • Introduction
  • NAP Architecture
  • Network Layer Protection
  • Host Layer Protection
  • NAP Enforcement
  • DHCP Enforcement
  • VPN Enforcement
  • IPSec Enforcement
  • Designing NAP Policies
  • Designing Considerations for NAP
  • Configuring NAP for DHCP Clients Demo
  • Summary
Level 4

Chapter 10: Designing File Services and DFS
  • Introduction
  • Evaluating Windows File Services
  • Understanding Distributed File System
  • Analyzing High Availability for File Services
  • Designing a Distributed File System
  • Designing DFS Namespaces
  • Designing DFS Replication
  • Designing File Server Resource Manager Configuration
  • FSRM Quotas
  • Deploying FSRM Utility Demo
  • Summary
Chapter 11: Designing Print Services
  • Introduction
  • Considerations for Print Services
  • Windows Server 2008 Printing Features
  • XPS-Based Printing
  • Print Management Console
  • Print Management Console Demo
  • Printer Driver Store
  • Internet Printing Protocol
  • Designing Print Services
  • Summary
Chapter 12: Designing High Availability
  • Introduction
  • Defining and Documenting High Availability Requirements
  • Infrastructure Requirements for High Availability
  • High Availability Options in Windows Server 2008
  • Overview of Network Load Balancing
  • Sharing Application Data for NLB
  • Designing Host Affinity and Priority
  • Selecting Network Communication Methods for NLB
  • Designing Failover Clustering
  • Overview of Failover Clustering
  • Shared Storage for Failover Clustering
  • Quorum Configuration for Failover Clustering
  • Guidelines for Designing Failover Clusters
  • Designing Geographically Dispersed Clusters
  • Summary
Level 5

Designing a Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Infrastructure and Services
Chapter 1: Designing the Logical Structure within Active Directory
  • Introduction
  • Determining Directory Service Requirements
  • Overview of Active Directory DS Design Requirements
  • Business and Technical Requirements
  • Administrative and Security Requirements
  • Documenting Active Directory Design
  • Designing the Active Directory Forest and Forest Trusts
  • Choosing the AD Forest Model
  • Forest Functional Levels
  • Types of Active Directory Trust Relationships
  • Design Methodology and Best Practices
  • Active Directory Domains and Domain Trusts
  • AD DS Functional Levels
  • AD DS Domain Trusts
  • Integration of DNS Namespaces
  • Designing Active Directory Integrated DNS
  • Integration with Current DNS Infrastructure
  • Domain Controller Deployment
  • Summary
Chapter 2: Designing the Physical Structure of Active Directory
  • Introduction
  • Collecting Information for AD Site Design
  • Evaluating AD DS Site Models
  • Understanding Automatic Site Coverage
  • Designing Active Directory Replication
  • Types of Replication Typologies
  • Understanding and Implementing a Replication Design
  • Site Links and Bridgehead Servers
  • Server Locations
  • Summary
Chapter 3: Designing Administrative Structures for Active Directory
  • Introduction
  • Types of Administrative Models
  • Information Gathering for Designing Administrative Structures
  • Designing Organizational Unit Structures
  • Delegation of Control Strategies
  • Group Policy Structures
  • Designing Group Strategies
  • Guidelines for Developing a Group Naming Strategy
  • Strategies for Using Groups to Access Resources
  • Strategies for Placing Groups Objects
  • Designing User and Computer Accounts
  • Summary
Level 6

Chapter 4: Designing Group Policy
  • Introduction
  • Gathering Organizational Information
  • Desktop Management and Security Requirements
  • Administrative Processes Information
  • Settings
  • Defining and Configuring Group Policy Settings
  • Demo Group Policy Management
  • Designing Administrative Templates
  • Deployment
  • Inheritance
  • Filtering
  • Administration
  • Summary
Chapter 5: Designing Security for Active Directory
  • Introduction
  • Gathering Information for Designing Account Security Policies
  • Fundamentals of Active Directory Security
  • Fine-Grained Password Policies in Windows Server 2008
  • Demo Setting Fine-Grained Password Policies
  • Designing Domain Controller Security
  • Server core Domain Controllers
  • Deploying Read Only Domain Controllers
  • Designing the Delegation of Administrative Control
  • Creating a Delegation Model
  • Auditing of Administrative Access
  • Summary
Level 7

Chapter 6: Designing High Availability and Disaster Recovery for Active Directory
  • Introduction
  • High Availability Fundamentals
  • Designing a High Availability Strategy
  • High Availability for DNS
  • Database Maintenance Strategies
  • Designing an AD Backup and Recovery Stategy
  • Planning and Implementing Restore Procedures
  • Best Practices for Backup and Recovery
  • Designing an Active Directory Monitoring Strategy
  • Tools for Monitoring Active Directory
  • Summary
Chapter 7: Designing a Public Key Infrastructure with AD Certificate Services(AD CS)
  • Introduction
  • Overview of Public Key Infrastructure and AD CS
  • Certificate Authorities
  • Active Directory Certificate Services(AD CS)
  • Certifiate Authority (CA) Hierarchy
  • CA Hierarchy Roles
  • Creating and Managing Certificates
  • Certificate Distribution and Revocation
  • Certificate Revocation Processes
  • Summary
Level 8

Chapter 8: Designing Rights Management Services
  • Introduction
  • What is Active Dircetory Right Managment Services(AD RMS)
  • Key Components of an AD RMS Solution
  • Designing Access to AD RMS
  • RMS Clusters
  • RMS Disater Recovery
  • Summary
Chapter 9: Designing an Acitve Directory Federation Services Implementation
  • Introduction
  • Understing Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)
  • Deployment Scenarios
  • AD FS Server Roles and Placement
  • Business-to-Business Federation Trust
  • AD FS Claims and Applications
  • Summary
Level 9

Chapter 10: Designing an Active Directory Light Weight Services Implementation
  • Introduction
  • Understanding AD Light Weight Directory Services(LDS)
  • AD LDS Deployment Scenarios
  • Overview of an AD LDS Implementation Design
  • AD LDS Replication Scenarios
  • Integrating AD LDS with AD DS
  • Designing AD LDS Schema and Replication
  • Summary
Chapter 11: Designing AD Migrations to Windows Server 2008
  • Introduction
  • AD DS Upgrade Strategies
  • Criteria and Guidelines for Choosing a Migration Strategy
  • Designing the Active Directory Upgrade
  • Designing the Active Directory Restructure
  • Summary
Level 10

Designing a Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure
Chapter 1: Working with Web Farms
  • Introduction
  • Design Considerations for IIS 7.0 Web Farms
  • OS and IIS Configuration Options
  • Planning the Hardware for a Web Farm
  • Overview of Web Farms
  • Working with Load Balancing
  • DFS Enabled Share
  • Managing Content for Web Farms
  • Summary
Chapter 2: Optimization
  • Introduction
  • Hosting Application Pools
  • Basic Properties of an Application Pool
  • Script Mapping
  • Managing Bandwidth
  • Bandwidth Allocation
  • WSRM Demo
  • Logging Web Traffic
  • Guidelines for Auditing Logs
  • Web Site and Web Application Logs
  • Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 Demo
  • Summary
Chapter 3: Planning for Security
  • Introduction
  • Transport Security
  • Configuring a Secure Web Server
  • Importing Certificates
  • Installing a Certificate to a Web Site
  • Authentication and Authorization
  • Designing Delegation Administration
  • Delegating Administration
  • Setting Permissions in IIS 7.0 Demo
  • Summary
Chapter 4: Designing IIS Maintenance and UDDI
  • Introduction
  • IIS Backup and Recovery
  • Centralized Configuration
  • Monitoring with IIS 7.0
  • IIS 7.0 Logging Modules
  • Configuring Tracing in IIS 7.0 Demo
  • Deploying UDDI Services
  • Requirements for UDDI
  • Application Pool Management Demo
  • Summary
Chapter 5: Planning and Designing Terminal Services Infrastructure
  • Introduction
  • Licensing with Terminal Services
  • Checklist for TS Licensing
  • Adding the TS Licensing Role Demo
  • Connection Properties
  • Remote Desktop Connection Display (cont.)
  • Designing Device Redirection
  • Designing a TS Gateway
  • Prerequisites for TS Gateway Functionality
  • Installing the TS Gateway Role Demo
  • Exploring the TS Session Broker
  • Overview of TS RemoteApp Programs
  • Designing TS Web Access
  • Summary
Chapter 6: Designing Virtualization Infrastructure
  • Introduction
  • Application Resource Management
  • Group Policy Settings and Terminal Servers
  • Designing for High Availability
  • Specifying Maintenance and Recovery
  • Summary
Chapter 7: Designing Virtualization Provisioning
  • Introduction
  • Virtualization in a Lab Environment
  • Designing Virtual Server Hosting
  • Virtualization and Migration of Legacy Applications
  • Design Considerations for Virtualization
  • The Virtualized Development Environment
  • Customization to Standard Configuration
  • Virtual Server Provisioning Workflow Model
  • Suitability for Virtualization
  • Customization to Standard Configuration
  • Deployment of Virtualization
  • Summary