Designing And Managing a Windows Public Key Infrastructure

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Obiettivo del corso: Introduction This four-day, instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to design, deploy, and manage a public key infrastructure (PKI) to support applications that require distributed security. Students get hands-on experience implementing solutions to secure PKI-enabled applications and services, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mic.
Rivolto a: This course is intended for IT systems engineers who are responsible for designing and implementing security solutions. Individuals should have knowledge and experience to install and configure the Active Directory directory service and security mechanisms for computers running Microsoft Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003 family.

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· Requisiti

Before attending this course, students must have: · Familiarity with Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 core technologies, such as those descri

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Introduction

This four-day, instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to design, deploy, and manage a public key infrastructure (PKI) to support applications that require distributed security. Students get hands-on experience implementing solutions to secure PKI-enabled applications and services, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Exchange Server,

Microsoft Internet Information Server, Microsoft Outlook, and remote access services.

Audience

This course is intended for

IT systems engineers who are responsible for designing and implementing security solutions. Individuals should have knowledge and experience to install and configure the Active Directory directory service and security mechanisms for computers running Microsoft Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003 family.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to:

· Describe PKI and the major components of a PKI.

· Design a certification authority (CA) hierarchy to meet business requirements.

· Install Certificate

Services to create a CA hierarchy.

· Perform certificate management tasks, CA management tasks, and plan for disaster recovery of

Certificate Services.

· Create and publish a certificate template, and replace an existing certificate template.

· Enroll a certificate manually, autoenroll a certificate, and enroll a smart card certificate.

· Implement manual and automatic key archival and recovery in a Windows Server 2003 PKI.

· Configure trust between organizations by configuring and implementing qualified subordination.

· Deploy smart cards in a

Windows environment.

· Secure a Web environment by implementing SSL security and certificate-based authentication for Web applications.

· Implement secure e-mail messages by using Microsoft Exchange Server in a Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 environment.

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:

· Familiarity with Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 core technologies, such as those described in the following Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) courses:

· Course 2274: Managing a Microsoft Windows

Server 2003 Environment

· Course 2275: Maintaining a Microsoft

Windows Server 2003 Environment

· Course 2152: Implementing Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional and Server

· Familiarity with Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 networking technologies, such as those described in the following MOC courses:

· Course 2277: Implementing, Managing, and

Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure: Network

Services

· Course 2153: Implementing a Microsoft

Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure

· Familiarity with Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 directory services technologies, such as those described in the following MOC courses:

· Course 2279: Planning, Implementing, and

Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Infrastructure

· Course 2154: Implementing and Administering

Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services

Microsoft Certification exams

This course will help the student prepare for the following Microsoft Certification exams:

· Exam 70-214: Implementing and Managing

Security in a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure

· Exam 70-220: Designing Security for a

Microsoft Windows 2000 Network

· Exam 70-298: Designing

Security for a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network

· Exam 70-299, Implementing and Administering Security in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network

Course Materials

The student kit includes a comprehensive workbook and other necessary materials for this class.

Course Outline

Module 1: Overview of

Public Key Infrastructure

This module explains the basic concepts of a public key infrastructure (PKI) and its components. It also provides an overview of the topics that will be explained in-depth in the course.

Lessons

· Introduction to PKI

· Introduction to Cryptography· Certificates and Certification Authorities

Lab A: Identifying

Trusted Root CAs

· Creating a Custom MMC

· Viewing CA Certificates in Certificates MMC

· Analyzing CA Certificate

Distribution Methods

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe PKI and its basic components.

· Describe how symmetric and public key encryption works.

· Define the role of certificates and CAs in a PKI.

Module 2: Designing a

Certification Authority Hierarchy

This module introduces students to designing a CA hierarchy. It explains the major tasks that are involved, including identifying business and legal requirements and planning a

Certification Authority (CA) hierarchy structure.

Lessons

· Identifying CA Hierarchy

Design Requirements

· Common CA Hierarchy Designs

· Documenting Legal Requirements

· Analyzing Design Requirements

· Designing a CA Hierarchy

Structure

Lab A: Designing a CA Hierarchy

· Identifying Applications and Certificate Holders

· Identifying Technical and

Business Requirements

· Designing a CA Hierarchy

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Identify technical and business requirements for designing a CA hierarchy.

· Describe common CA hierarchy designs.

· Describe policies and documents for specifying the legal requirements of a CA hierarchy design.

· Identify the impact of design requirements and determine design changes to a CA hierarchy design.

· Design a CA hierarchy to meet business requirements.

Module 3: Creating a

Certification Authority Hierarchy

This module explains how to create a CA hierarchy based on a CA hierarchy design. Students also learn how to install Certificate Services, validate a certificate, and publish a certificate revocation list (CRL) and an Authority Information Access (AIA).

Lessons

· Creating an Offline CA

· Validating Certificates

· Planning CRL Publication

· Installing a Subordinate CA

Lab A: Installing an

Offline CA

· Configuring CAPolicy.inf for installing the Offline Root CA

· Installing the Offline

Root CA

Lab B: Publishing CRLs and AIAs

· Defining CRL and AIA

Publication Settings

· Publishing the CRL and

AIA Information

· Adding the Web Server to

Local Intranet Sites

Lab C: Implementing a Subordinate Enterprise CA

· Installing the

Subordinate Enterprise CA

· Validating the PKI Health of your CA Hierarchy

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Create an offline root

CA.

· Design an infrastructure to validate certificates.

· Design an infrastructure to publish CRLs.

· Install a subordinate CA.

Module 4: Managing a

Public Key Infrastructure

This module explains how to manage a PKI by managing certificates and CAs. Students also learn how to recover a PKI in the event of a failure.

Lessons

· Introduction to PKI Management

· Managing Certificates· Managing Certification Authorities

· Planning for Disaster Recovery

Lab A: Enabling Role Separation

· Defining CA

Administrators and Certificate Managers

· Restricting Certificate Managers

· Generating Certificate Requests

· Testing CA Administrator Tasks

· Testing Certificate Manager Tasks

· Enabling Certificate Services Auditing

Lab B: Backing Up and

Restoring a Certification Authority

· Determining Backup Privileges

· Backing Up Certificate Services

· Removing the CA's Private

Key from the CA Certificate Store

· Restoring the System

State Backup

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the use of roles in PKI management.

· Perform certificate management tasks.

· Perform CA management tasks.

· Plan for disaster recovery of Certificate Services.

Module 5: Configuring

Certificate Templates

This module introduces students to certificate templates and how to design them. Students also learn about creating, publishing, and changing certificate templates.

Lessons

· Introduction to Certificate Templates

· Designing and Creating a

Certificate Template

· Publishing a Certificate Template

· Managing Changes in a

Certificate Template

Lab A: Delegating Certificate Template Management

· Delegating Certificate Template Administration Permissions

Lab B: Designing a Certificate Template

· Reviewing an Existing

Certificate Template

· Designing the Custom Code

Signing Certificate Template

Lab C: Configuring Certificate Templates

· Creating a Certificate Template

· Publishing a Certificate Template

· Enrolling the Certificate Template

· Superceding a Certificate Template

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the function of certificate templates in a Windows Server 2003 PKI.

· Design and create a certificate template.

· Publish a certificate template.

· Replace an existing certificate template with an updated certificate template.

Module 6: Configuring

Certificate Enrollment

In this module, students learn about the various methods of enrolling certificates. Students can either process the certificate requests manually or automatically, depending upon the approval requirement from the certificate manager.

Lessons

· Introduction to Certificate Enrollment

· Enrolling Certificates Manually

· Autoenrolling Certificates

Lab A: Enrolling Certificates

· Choosing an Enrollment Method

· Enrolling Computer

Certificates by Using the Certificate Enrollment Wizard

· Creating a User

Certificate Template that Enables Autoenrollment

· Deploying the

Certificates by Using Autoenrollment

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Select the appropriate certificate enrollment method for a given scenario.

· Enroll certificates manually.

· Autoenroll certificates.

· Enroll smart card certificates.

Module 7: Configuring

Key Archival and Recovery

This module describes the importance of creating a strategy for data and key recovery and explains the key archival and recovery process. Students also learn how Windows XP and

Windows Server 2003 enhance data protection and data recovery.

Lessons

· Introduction to Key

Archival and Recovery

· Implementing Manual Key

Archival and Recovery

· Implementing Automatic

Key Archival and Recovery

Lab A: Configuring Key Recovery

· Publishing the Key

Recovery Agent Certificate Template

· Enrolling the Key

Recovery Agent Certificates

· Implementing Key Recovery on an Enterprise CA

· Creating an

Archive-enabled Certificate Template

· Acquiring an ArchiveEFS Certificate

· Performing Key Recovery

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the key archival and recovery process in a Windows Server 2003 PKI.

· Implement manual key archival and recovery.

· Implement automatic key archival and recovery.

Module 8: Configuring

Trust Between Organizations

Students learn how to extend an organization's PKI trust hierarchy to other organizations. By extending the trust hierarchy, an organization's certificates can be used and trusted across organizations for purposes like secure e-mail messages, client authentication, and server authentication.

Lessons

· Introduction to Advanced

PKI Hierarchies

· Qualified Subordination Concepts

· Configuring Constraints in a Policy.inf File

· Implementing Qualified Subordination

Lab A: Implementing a Bridge CA

· Creating a Qualified Subordination Signing Certificate Template

· Configuring a Policy.inf File

· Requesting a Qualified Subordination Signing Certificate

· Generating a Cross Certification Authority Certificate for the Bridge CA

· Modifying the Policy.inf File on the Bridge CA

· Creating the Cross Certification Authority Certificate

· Publishing the Bridge CA Cross Certification Authority Certificates

· Issuing Certificates that Meet Qualified Subordination Constraints

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe advanced PKI hierarchies.

· Describe how constraints are used in qualified subordination.

· Configure a policy.inf file to implement qualified subordination constraints.

· Implement qualified subordination between CA hierarchies.

Module 9: Deploying Smart Cards

In this module, students learn how smart cards provide secure storage for data and also support authentication of users. Students also learn how to configure and deploy smart cards in a Windows Server 2003 PKI environment.

Lessons

· Introduction to Smart Cards

· Enrolling Smart Card Certificates

· Deploying Smart Cards

Lab A: Deploying Smart Cards

· Modifying and Publishing the Enrollment Agent Certificate Template

· Acquiring the Enrollment Agent Certificates

· Creating a Custom Smart Card Certificate

· Enabling the Downloading of Unsafe Microsoft ActiveX Controls

· Performing Smart Card Enrollment Agent Requests

· Configuring a Certificate to Require a Smart Card Signature during

Autoenrollment

· Signing an Autoenrollment Certificate Request with a Smart Card

· Planning for Re-enrollment

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the use of smart cards for authentication in a Windows Server 2003 PKI environment.

· Deploy smart cards for authentication in a Windows Server 2003 PKI environment.

Module 10: Securing Web Traffic by Using SSL

This module explains how to secure a Web environment by implementing SSL security and certificate-based authentication for Web applications.

Lessons

· Introduction to SSL Security· Enabling SSL on a Web Server

· Implementing Certificate-based Authentication

Lab A: Deploying SSL Encryption at a Web Server

· Enabling SSL Encryption in IIS

· Securing the Security Virtual Folder

· Enabling Certificate Mapping in Active Directory

· Enabling Certificate Mapping in IIS

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe how security is implemented in a Web environment.

· Configure IIS to implement SSL security.

· Implement certificate-based authentication for Web applications.

Module 11: Configuring

E-mail SecurityIn this module, students learn how to implement secure e-mail messages in an Exchange 2003 environment.

Lessons

· Introduction to E-mail

Security

· Configuring Secure E-mail Messages

· Recovering E-mail Private

Keys

· Migrating a KMS Database to a CA Running Windows Server 2003

Lab A: Securing E-mail

Messages in Exchange Server 2003

· Creating Exchange Server 2003 Mailboxes

· Creating and Publishing

S/MIME Certificate Templates

· Configuring Outlook 2002

· Sending Secure E-mail

Between Organizations

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe how e-mail security is implemented by a server running Exchange in a Windows Server 2003 environment.

· Securing e-mail messages in an Exchange 2003 environment.

· Recover e-mail private keys.

· Migrate a Key ManagementService (KMS) database to a Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition enterprise

CA

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