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Windows Server 2008: Configuring Windows Server 2008 Active Directory (Exam 70-640)

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Nearly 40 hours of hands-on training will teach you how to install, configure, and manage Active Directory, Group Policies, Client Deployment, and Sites & Services within Server 2003! Not only will you become a better network administrator in the real world, the core concepts you'll learn also prepares you for many exams on the MCSE track!
Suitable for: The MCTS credential enables professionals to target specific technologies and distinguish themselves by demonstrating in-depth knowledge and expertise in their subject area technologies. This course will prepare the student for Exam 70-640 TS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring. Topics covered include configuring and maintaining Active Directory infrastructure, server roles, objects, environment, and Certificate Services.

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Requisitos: Whether you're a complete beginner or an IT professional with working knowledge of networking, operating systems, and Windows Server 2003... this training package is for you!

Windows Server 2003 Active Directory (70-294)


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 •  3 DVDs featuring live instructor-led classroom sessions with full audio, video and demonstration components
 •  Printable Courseware
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The MCTS credential enables professionals to target specific technologies and distinguish themselves by demonstrating in-depth knowledge and expertise in their subject area technologies.

This course will prepare the student for Exam 70-640 TS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring. Topics covered include configuring and maintaining Active Directory infrastructure, server roles, objects, environment, and Certificate Services.

When you pass Exam 70-640: TS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring, you complete the requirements for the following certification:

 •  Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): Windows Server 2008
        Active Directory, Configuration

Exam 70-640 counts as credit toward the following certifications:

 •  Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator
 •  Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator


Chapter 1

Lesson 1: Installing AD DS
Active Directory, Identity, and Access
Five Components of the IDA Platform
Beyond IDA
Components of an AD Infrastructure
Preparing to Create a New Windows Server 2008 Forest
Adding the AD DS Role Using the Windows Interface
Demo - Creating a Windows Server 2008 Forest
Lesson 2: AD DS on Server Core
Understanding Server Core
Installing Server Core
Demo - Installing a Server Core Domain Controller
Chapter 1 Review


Chapter 2

Lesson 1: Working with AD Snap-ins
Understanding the MMC
AD Administrative Tools
More of the MMC
Custom MMC
Demo - Custom MMC
Lesson 2: Creating Objects in AD
Creating an OU
Creating a User Object
Creating a Group Object
Finding Objects in Active Directory
Demo - Using Active Directory
Lesson 3: Delegation and Security of AD
Understanding Delegation
Delegation of Control Wizard
Demo - Delegation
Chapter 2 Review

Chapter 3

Lesson 1: Automating the Creation of User Accounts
Automating the Creation of User Accounts
Using Active Directory Command-Line Tools
Demo- Automating User Accounts
Lesson 2: Creating Users with Windows PowerShell and VB Script
Windows PowerShell
Understanding Windows PowerShell
Creating a User with PowerShell
PowerShell Script
Demo - Creating Users with PowerShell
Lesson 3: Supporting user Objects and Accounts
Managing User Attributes (1)
Understanding Name and Account Attributes
Account Properties
Managing User Attributes (2)
Administering User Accounts
Demo - Supporting User Accounts
Chapter 3 Review

Chapter 4

Lesson 1: Creating and Managing Groups
Managing and Enterprise with Groups
Defining Group Naming Conventions
Understanding Groups
Group Scopes
Converting Group Scope and Type
Managing Group Membership
Demo - Managing Groups
Lesson 2: Automating the Creation and Management of Groups
Creating and Managing Groups
Managing Group Membership with Windows PowerShell and VBScript
Demo - Automating Creation of Groups
Lesson 3: Administering Groups in an Enterprise
Best Practices for Group Attributes
Protecting Groups from Accidental Deletion
Delegating the Management of Group Membership
Shadow Groups
Default Groups
Special Identities
Demo - Administering Groups
Chapter 4 Review

Chapter 5

Lesson 1: Creating Computers and Joining the Domain
Understanding Workgroups, Domains, and Trusts
Identifying Requirements for Joining a Computer to the Domain
Creating OU's for Computers
Adding a Computer to the Domain
Restricting the Ability of Users to Create Computers
Demo - Joining the Domain
Lesson 2: Automating the Creation of Computer Objects
Importing Computers with CSVDE
Importing Computers with LDIFDE
Creating Computers with DSadd
Creating Computers with Netdom
Windows PowerShell
Creating Computers with VBScript
Demo - Automating Computer Creation
Lesson 3: Supporting Computer Objects and Accounts
Configuring Computer Properties
Moving a Computer
Managing a Computer with the AD Users and Computers
Recognizing a Computer Account Problem
Resetting a Computer Account
Renaming a Computer
Disabling and Enabling Computer Accounts
Deleting a Computer Account
Recycling Computers
Chapter 5 Review

Chapter 6

Lesson 1: Implementing Group Policy
Review of Group Policy
Group Policy Objects (1)
Group Policy Objects (2)
Policy Settings
Filtering Administrative Template Policy Settings
Demo - Group Policy
Lesson 2: Managing Group Policy Scope
GPO Links
Inheritance and Precedence
Security Filtering to Modify GPO Scope
WMI Filters
Enabling or Disabling GPO's and GPO Nodes
Group Policy Processing
Demo - Group Policy Scope
Lesson 3: Supporting Group Policy
Resultant Set of Policy
GP Results Wizard
Group Policy Modeling Wizard
Demo - Verifying Group Policy

Chapter 7

Lesson 1: Delegating the Support of Computers
Understanding Restricted Groups Policies
Demo - Restricted Groups
Lesson 2: Managing Security Settings
Configuring the Local Security Policy
Using the Security Template Snap-in
Deploying Security Templates by Using GPO's
Analyzing the Security Configuration of a Computer
Creating Security Templates
The Security Configuration Wizard
Security Policy
Demo - SCW
Lesson 3: Managing Software with GP Software Installation
Understanding GP Software Installation
Windows Installer Programs
Preparing an SDP
Creating a Software Deployment GPO
Managing the Scope of Software Deployment GPO
Demo - Software Deployment
Lesson 4: Auditing
Audit Policy
Auditing Access to Filters and Folders
Enabling Audit Policy
Demo - Auditing
Chapter 07 - Review

Chapter 8

Lesson 1: Configuring Password and Lockout Policies
Understanding Password Policies
Understanding Password Settings Object
Demo - Passwords
Lesson 2: Auditing Authentication
Account Logon and Logon Events
Configuring Authentication-Related Audit Polices
Demo - Account Logging
Lesson 3: Configuring Read-Only Domain Controllers
RODC Options
Deploying an RODC
Password Replication Policy
Chapter 08 - Review

Chapter 9

Lesson 1: Understanding and Installing DNS
DNS and IPv6
Peer Name Resolution Protocol
Types of DNS Servers
Understanding DNS
DNS Terms
Types of Records
Windows Server DNS Features
Demo - DNS
Lesson 2: Configuring and Using DNS
Configuring DNS
Security Considerations
Working with DNS Server Settings
Application Directory Partitions
Administering DNS Servers
Demo - Global Names
Chapter 09 - Review

Chapter 10

Lesson 1: Installing Domain Controllers
Installing a DC with the Windows Interface
Unattended Installation Options and Answer Files
Installation Options
Lesson 2: Configuring Operations Masters
Single Master Operations
Forest Wide Roles
Domain-Wide Operations Master Roles
Placing Operations Masters
Identifying Operations Masters
Transferring Operations Master Roles
Seizing Operations Masters
Demo - FSMO
Lesson 3: Configuring DFS Replication of Sysvol
Raising Domain Functional Level
Understanding the Migration Steps
Chapter 10 - Review

Chapter 11

Lesson 1: Configuring Sites and Subnets
Understanding Sites
Site Traffic
Planning Sites
Summarizing Site Planning
Defining Sites
Managing DC's in Sites
Site Coverage
Demo - Sites and Subnets
Lesson 2: Configuring the GC and Application Directory Partitions
Reviewing AD Partitions
Understanding the Global Catalog
Placing GC Servers
Configuring a GC
Understanding Application Directory Partitions
Lesson 3: Configuring Replication
Understanding AD Replication
Intersite Replication
Monitoring Replication
Chapter 11 - Review

Chapter 12

Lesson 1: Understanding Domain and Forest Functional Levels
Functional Levels
Domain Functional Levels
Forest Functional Levels
Lesson 2: Managing Multiple Domains and Trust Relationships
Defining the Forest Infrastructure
Moving Objects
Migration Issues
Trust Relationships
Securing Trust Relationships
Demo - Trusts
Chapter 12 - Review

Chapter 13

Lesson 1: Proactive Directory Maintenance and Data Store Protection
Important Concepts
Twelve Categories of AD DS Administration
Performing Online/Offline Maintenance
Built-in Directory Protection Measures
Proactive Restores
Restarting in DSRM
Identifying the Backup Set
Other Options
Lesson 2: Proactive Directory Performance Management
Managing System Resources
Demo - Performance Monitor
Chapter 13 - Review

Chapter 14

Lesson 1: Understanding and Installing AD LDS
What is AD LDS
Comparing LDS with DS
AD LDS Scenarios
Installing AD LDS
Demo - Installing AD LDS
Lesson 2: Configuring and Using AD LDS
Working with AD LDS Tools
Creating an LDS Instance
Other Options
Chapter 14 - Review

Chapter 15

Lesson 1: Understanding and Installing AD CS
Understanding AD CS
CA Options
Creating the CS Hierarchy
Some Best Practices
Additional Planning Requirements
Installing AD CS
Demo - Certificate Services
Lesson 2: Configuring and Using AD CS
Finalizing the Configuration of an Issuing CA
Considerations for the use and Management of AD CS
Chapter 15 - Review

Chapter 16

Lesson 1: Understanding and Installing AD RMS
Understanding AD RMS
New AD RMS Features
Basic Concepts
AD RMS Installation Scenarios
Preparing AD RMS Installation Prerequisites
AD RMS Considerations
Understanding AD RMS Certificates
Lesson 2: Configuring and Using AD RMS
Configuring AD RMS
Managing Databases
Chapter 16 - Review

Chapter 17

Lesson 1: Understanding AD FS
Understanding AD FS
Support of AD FS
The AD FS Process
Working with FS Designs
AD FS Components
Installing AD FS
Lesson 2: Configuring and Using AD FS
Finalizing the Configuration of AD FS
Using and Managing AD FS
Chapter 17 - Review
Course Closure



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