Aggiornamento Skill di System Administrator da Microsoft Windows 2000 a Windows Server 2003

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Obiettivo del corso: Introduction This two-day, instructor-led workshop provides students with the knowledge and skills to manage and maintain a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 networked environment. This discovery-based workshop consists primarily of labs that provide hands-on experience focused exclusively on the skills and objectives that align with Exam 70-292: Managing and Maintain.
Rivolto a: This workshop is intended for expert Windows 2000 systems administrators who manage and maintain Windows 2000-based Active Directory directory service-based networks. The workshop assumes extensive, day-to-day, practical, hands-on experience using Windows 2000 and a preference for learning by doing and discovering in non-prescriptive lab environment. For a more t.

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· Requisiti

Before attending this workshop, students must have: · Either an MCSA on Windows 2000 or an MCSE on Windows 2000 certification, or equivalent kno

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Introduction

This two-day, instructor-led workshop provides students with the knowledge and skills to manage and maintain a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 networked environment.

This discovery-based workshop consists primarily of labs that provide hands-on experience focused exclusively on the skills and objectives that align with Exam 70-292: Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows

Server 2003 Environment for an MCSA Certified on Windows 2000.

Audience

This workshop is intended for expert Windows 2000 systems administrators who manage and maintain Windows 2000-based Active Directory directory service-based networks. The workshop assumes extensive, day-to-day, practical, hands-on experience using Windows 2000 and a preference for learning by doing and discovering in non-prescriptive lab environment. For a more traditional learning experience, see Course 2299: Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment for an MCSA Certified on Windows 2000.

At Workshop Completion

After completing this workshop, students will be able to:

· Identify the systems administration tasks in Windows Server 2003 that are new or different from the tasks performed in Windows 2000.· Manage user, computer, and group accounts in a Windows Server 2003 Active Directory-based environment.· Use the Group Policy

Management Console (GPMC) to manage Group Policy.

· Manage resources and security.· Configure and manage DNS.· Manage servers in remote locations.· Manage Terminal Services.· Manage IIS 6.0 Web Services.· Maintain computers that run Windows operating systems by implementing and managing Software Update

Services.

· Prepare for and implement disaster recovery solutions.Prerequisites

Before attending this workshop, students must have:

· Either an MCSA on Windows 2000 or an MCSE on Windows 2000 certification, or equivalent knowledge and skills.

Microsoft

Certification exams

This workshop will help the student prepare for the following Microsoft Certified Professional exam:

· Exam 70-292: Managing and Maintaining a

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment for an MCSA Certified on Windows 2000

Workshop

Materials

The student kit includes a workbook and other necessary materials for this workshop. An evaluation copy of

Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition (for educational use only), is also provided in the student kit.

Workshop Outline


Unit 1: Introduction to


Systems Administration in Windows Server 2003

This unit explains how to perform systems administration tasks in a Windows Server 2003 environment, and introduces the scenarios and tools that will be used throughout the workshop.

Unit Objectives

After completing this unit, students will be able to:

· Identify the products in the Windows Server 2003 family.

· Describe the tools and resources available to perform tasks throughout the workshop.

Unit 2: Managing Users


Computers, and Groups

This unit explains how to manage users, computers, and groups in an Active Directory directory service environment, taking advantage of the new capabilities available in Windows

Server 2003.

Unit Objectives

After completing this unit, students will be able to:

· Create user accounts by using CSVDE.

· Create user accounts by using the dsadd command.

· Modify the properties of multiple accounts.

· Create computer accounts by using the dsadd command.

· Create groups by using the dsadd command.

· Add members to a group by using the dsmod command.

· Copy the properties from an existing account when creating a new account.

· Find Active Directory objects.

· Move an Active Directory object by using the drag and drop technique of management in Active DirectoryUsers and Computers.

· Reset computer accounts.

· Describe the effect of resetting passwords in Windows Server 2003.

· Determine the effective permissions on an Active Directory object.

Unit 3: Using the GPMC to Manage Group Policy

This unit gives a hands-on, fast-paced opportunity to experienced users to orient themselves to Windows

Server 2003 and learn how to use the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) to manage Group Policy.

Unit Objectives

After completing this unit, students will be able to:

· Implement Group Policy by using the GPMC.

· Use the gpupdate command to refresh a GPO.

· Manage GPOs by using the

GPMC, which includes:

· Backing up a GPO.

· Copying a GPO.

· Importing a GPO.

· Use Group Policy Results to troubleshoot Group Policy-related issues.

· Use Group Policy Modeling to experiment with possible Group Policy configurations.

Unit 4: Managing

Resources and SecurityThis unit explains how to use enhancements to the tools available in Windows Server 2003 to manage resources and security by using Windows Explorer, Group Policy management tools, and the Security Configuration and Analysis tool.

Unit Objectives

After completing this unit, students will be able to:

· Determine the effective

NTFS permissions for files and folders.

· Change the owner for an existing file or folder.

· Create custom security templates.

· Apply security templates by using Group Policy.

· Configure NTFS permissions by using security templates.

· Audit security settings by using Security Configuration and Analysis.

Unit 5: Managing DNS

This unit gives a hands-on, fast-paced opportunity to experienced users to orient themselves to Windows

Server 2003 and learn how to configure and manage DNS.

Unit Objectives

After completing this unit, students will be able to:

· Install DNS by using theManage Your Server tool.

· Create forward lookup zones.

· Create reverse lookup zones.

· Configure DNS conditional forwarding.

· Configure DNS zones, which includes:

· Configuring zone options.

· Configuring zones for secure dynamic update.

· Configuring Active

Directory integrated zones.

· Create DNS stub zones.

Unit 6: Managing Servers

This unit explains how to manage servers remotely using secure best practices.

Unit Objectives

After completing this unit, students will be able to:

· Create desktop shortcuts that run the Run as command.

· Connect to a remote server by using MMC snap-in tools.

· Connect to a remote server by using the Remote Desktop Connection utility.

· Determine the best tool to use for remote administration in specific situation.

· Configure client connection speed for the Remote Desktop Connection utility.

· Configure auto reconnect for the Remote Desktop Connection utility.

Unit 7: Managing

Terminal Services

This unit explains how to configure and manage Terminal Services and take advantage of the new capabilities available with that service.

Unit Objectives

After completing this unit, students will be able to:

· Install Terminal Services.· Install a Terminal Services Licensing server.

· Configure Terminal

Services, which includes:

· Setting the level of encryption for terminal server user sessions.

· Controlling terminal server user connection access.

· Configuring time-out settings from remote connections.

· Monitoring remote desktop connection sessions.

· Manage user sessions by using Terminal Services Manager.

· Diagnose and resolve issues related to Terminal Services security.

· Diagnose and resolve issues related to Terminal Server License issues.

Unit 8: Managing IIS 6.0

Web Services

This unit explores the new skills needed to manage and maintain the IIS service on Windows Server 2003. This unit will provide students with hands-on experience configuring and managing the IIS service, and highlights the default state of the service when Windows

Server 2003 is installed.

Unit Objectives

After completing this unit, students will be able to:

· Install IIS 6.0.

· Configure authentication.

· Install ASP.NET.

· Allow ASP.NET in Web service extensions.

· Manage ASP.NET configuration files.

· Implement Web applications.

· Implement application pooling.

· Manage the IIS 6.0 metabase.

· Manage an IIS server in a remote location.

· Monitor and optimize IIS 6.0.

Unit 9: Maintaining

Software by Using Software Update Services

This unit explains how to use SUS to perform patch management for a networked environment.

Unit Objectives

After completing this unit, students will be able to:

· Install and configure SUS on a server.

· Configure automatic updates.

· Use Group Policy to configure SUS clients.

· Manage a software update infrastructure.

· Back up and restore an

SUS configuration.

· Test an SUS implementation.

Unit 10: Managing Disaster Recovery

This unit explains how to use the new capabilities available with Windows Server 2003 to restore a system to a previous state. The students will practice troubleshooting and repairing a system by using features such as ASR and driver rollback in a lab environment to restore a system to a predefined state.

Unit Objectives

After completing this unit, students will be able to:

· Use Automatic System

Recovery (ASR) to back up and restore a server.

· Restore data from shadow copies.

· Roll back to a previous version of a device driver.

· Configure security for backup operations.

· Troubleshoot problems associated with restoring data.

· Troubleshoot issues related to the boot process

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