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Microsoft 70-642 TS: Configuring Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure

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19.15 Hours

122 Videos

This course prepares students for the 70-642: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring exam. This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to configure and troubleshoot Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Sp1 Network Infrastructures.This course will cover networking technologies most commonly used with Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Sp1, such as DNS, DHCP, IPv4 and IPv6 network addressing, Network Policy server, Network Access Protection, and configuring secure network access. It also covers fault tolerant storage technologies, Network Storage, routing and remote access, monitoring and compliance updates, as well as other relevant technologies.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Installing and Configuring Windows Services

  1. Introduction
  2. Installing Windows Servers-Part1
  3. Installing Windows Servers-Part2
  4. Installing Windows Servers-Part3
  5. Managing Server Roles And Features-Part1
  6. Managing Server Roles And Features-Part2
  7. Windows Server 2008 Server Care Installations-Part1
  8. Windows Server 2008 Server Care Installations-Part2
  9. Installing And Configuring Windows Services Summary

Module 2: TCP/IP Protocol Suite

  1. Overview Of TCP IP-Part1
  2. Overview Of TCP IP-Part2
  3. TCP IP Addressing-Part1
  4. TCP IP Addressing-Part2
  5. Communication Types
  6. Name Resolution-Part1
  7. Name Resolution-Part2
  8. Name Resolution-Part3
  9. Name Resolution-Part4
  10. Dynamic IP Addressing
  11. TCP IP Tools
  12. TCP IP Protocol Suite Summary

Module 3: Configuring IPv4 Addressing

  1. Overview Of IPv4 Communication-Part1
  2. Overview Of IPv4 Communication-Part2
  3. Subnetting IPv4 Networks-Part1
  4. Subnetting IPv4 Networks-Part2
  5. Subnetting IPv4 Networks-Part3
  6. Configuring IPv4 Addressing Summary

Module 4: Configuring IP Address Assignment Services

  1. Overview Of DHC-Part1
  2. Overview Of DHC-Part2
  3. Configuring DHCP Scopes And Options-Part1
  4. Configuring DHCP Scopes And Options-Part2
  5. Configuring DHCP Scopes And Options-Part3
  6. Managing The DHCP Database
  7. Monitoring And Troubleshooting DHCP-Part1
  8. Monitoring And Troubleshooting DHCP-Part2
  9. Configuring IP Address Assignment Services Summary

Module 5: Configuring IPv6 Addressing

  1. Introduction To IPv6-Part1
  2. Introduction To IPv6-Part2
  3. Unicast IPv6 Addresses
  4. Configuring IPv6-Part1
  5. Configuring IPv6-Part2
  6. Configuring IPv6 Addressing Summary

Module 6: Configuring Name Resolution Services

  1. Overview Of DNS-Part1
  2. Overview Of DNS-Part2
  3. Configuring The DNS Server Role-Part1
  4. Configuring The DNS Server Role-Part2
  5. Configuring The DNS Server Role-Part3
  6. Configuring The DNS Server Role-Part4
  7. Configuring The DNS Server Role-Part5
  8. Manage And Troubleshooting DNS
  9. Migrating From WIN To DNS
  10. Configuring Name Resolution Services Summary

Module 7: Configuring File and Print Services

  1. Introduction To File Services
  2. Controlling Access To File Services-Part1
  3. Controlling Access To File Services-Part2
  4. Controlling Access To File Services-Part3
  5. Storage Management With File Server Resource Manager-Part1
  6. Storage Management With File Server Resource Manager-Part2
  7. Storage Management With File Server Resource Manager-Part3
  8. Storage Management With File Server Resource Manager-Part4
  9. Storage Management With File Server Resource Manager-Part5
  10. Configuring And Managing Distributed File Systems-Part1
  11. Configuring And Managing Distributed File Systems-Part2
  12. Configuring And Managing Distributed File Systems-Part3
  13. Configuring And Managing Distributed File Systems-Part4
  14. Optimizing Access For Branch Offices
  15. Configuring Printing-Part1
  16. Configuring Printing-Part2
  17. Configuring Printing-Part3
  18. Configuring Printing-Part4
  19. Configuring Printing-Part5
  20. Configuring File And Print Service Summary

Module 8: Securing Windows Servers and Network Communications

  1. Configuring Server Security Group-Part1
  2. Configuring Server Security Group-Part2
  3. Configuring Server Security Group-Part3
  4. Configuring Server Security Group-Part4
  5. Configuring Server Security Group-Part5
  6. Configuring Server Security Group-Part6
  7. Configuring Server Security Group-Part7
  8. Storage Security-Part1
  9. Storage Security-Part2
  10. Windows Firewall With Advanced Security-Part1
  11. Windows Firewall With Advanced Security-Part2
  12. Configuring And Troubleshooting IP Sec-Part1
  13. Configuring And Troubleshooting IP Sec-Part2
  14. Configuring And Troubleshooting IP Sec-Part3
  15. Configuring And Troubleshooting IP Sec-Part4
  16. SecuringWindows Servers And Network Communications Summary

Module 9: Configuring Routing and Remote Access

  1. Remote Access Overview
  2. Configuring Remote Access-Part1
  3. Configuring Remote Access-Part2
  4. Configuring Remote Access-Part3
  5. Configuring Remote Access-Part4
  6. Overview Of Network Routing-Part1
  7. Overview Of Network Routing-Part2
  8. Overview Of Network Routing-Part3
  9. Configuring Routing And Remote Access Summary

Module 10: Configuring Network Policy Services

  1. Overview Of Network Policy And Access Services-Part1
  2. Overview Of Network Policy And Access Services-Part2
  3. Understanding Network Policies
  4. Centralizing Authentication And Authorization-Part1
  5. Centralizing Authentication And Authorization-Part2
  6. Centralizing Authentication And Authorization-Part3
  7. Configuring Network Policy Services Summary

Module 11: Configuring Network Access Protection

  1. Overview Of Network Access Protection
  2. NAP Architecture
  3. NAP Enforcement
  4. NAP Policies-Part1
  5. NAP Policies-Part2
  6. Configuring NAP Summary

Module 12: Maintaining and Recovering Windows Server

  1. Disaster Recovery For Windows Servers-Part1
  2. Disaster Recovery For Windows Servers-Part2
  3. Disaster Recovery For Windows Servers-Part3
  4. Disaster Recovery For Windows Servers-Part4
  5. Disaster Recovery For Windows Servers-Part5
  6. Disaster Recovery For Windows Servers-Part6
  7. Configuring Update Management-Part1
  8. Configuring Update Management-Part2
  9. Configuring Update Management-Part3
  10. Configuring Update Management-Part4
  11. Maintaining And Recovering Windows Server Summary
  12. Conclusion

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