Designing, Deploying, And Managing a Network Solution For The Small And Medium-Sized Business

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Obiettivo del corso: The goal of this three-day course is to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to select, deploy, and manage a Microsoft networking solution for small and medium-sized businesses.
Rivolto a: Candidates for this course are IT professionals who work for and with small and medium-sized businesses.

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Via Matteo Pescatore 15, 10124, Torino, Italia
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Preliminary Course Syllabus

Designing, Deploying, and Managing a Network Solution for the Small and

Medium-sized Business

Elements of this syllabus are subject to change.

The goal of this three-day course is to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to select, deploy, and manage a Microsoft networking solution for small and medium-sized businesses.

Audience

Candidates for this course are IT professionals who work for and with small and medium-sized businesses. These professionals include product resellers, service providers, in-house technology experts, self-employed business proprietors who design, deploy, and manage their own network solutions, and owners or employees of Original Equipment

Manufacturers (OEMs) and system builders.

At Course Completion:

After completing this course, students will be able to:

§ Design a networking solution for a small or medium-sized business, based on a given scenario.

§ Install or upgrade to Microsoft® Windows® Small Business Server 2003.

§ Configure Windows Small

Business Server 2003 by completing the tasks on the To Do List.

§ Manage messaging and collaboration in Windows Small Business Server 2003.

§ Manage and monitor Windows Small Business

Server 2003.

§ Install or upgrade to Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition.

§ Configure Windows Server 2003,

Standard Edition.

§ Secure a Windows Server 2003, Standard

Edition network.

§ Manage Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition.

§ Expand a Windows Small Business

Server 2003 network.

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have a working knowledge of:

§ Sharing folders.

§ Stopping and starting services.

§ Working with the Microsoft

Management Console (MMC).

§ Creating and managing user accounts.

§ Assigning permissions.

§ The purpose and some of the implementations of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) services such as Domain

Name System (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DCHP) (although students will not need to know how to implement these services in a Microsoft .Windows

Server 2003 environment).

§ Working knowledge of Active

Directory directory service®.

§ Working knowledge of Group

Policy Objects (GPOs).

In addition, students should have the following certifications:

§ A+

§ Net+

Student Materials

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

Module 1: Designing a Business Network Solution

This module describes the requirements for designing a network solution for a small or medium-sized business.

Lessons

§ Multimedia: Overview of a Windows Small Business Server Network

§ Performing a Needs Assessment

§ Selecting a Network Solution

§ Developing an Implementation Plan

Practices

§ Discussion: Performing aNeeds Assessment

§ Discussion: Selecting aWindows Network Solution

§ Discussion: Developing an

Implementation Plan

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe the features and functions of a Windows Small Business Server network.

§ Perform a needs assessment.

§ Identify and select an appropriate network solution.

§ Develop an implementation plan.

Module 2: Installing and Upgrading to Windows Small Business Server 2003

This module provides you with the knowledge and skills necessary to install and upgrade to Windows Small Business Server 2003.

Lessons

§ Installing Windows Small Business Server 2003

§ Upgrading to Windows Small Business Server 2003

§ Securing Windows Small Business Server 2003

Practices

§ Multimedia Practice: Installing Windows Small Business Server 2003,Standard Edition

§ Securing Windows Small Business Server

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Install Windows Small Business

Server 2003.

§ Upgrade to Windows Small

Business Server 2003.

§ Secure Windows Small Business

Server 2003.

Module 3: Configuring Small Business Server 2003 by Completing the

To Do List

This module explains how to perform the tasks on the To Do List to complete Windows Small Business Server 2003 Setup.

Lessons

§ Overview of the To Do List

§ Connecting to the Internet

§ Configuring Remote Access

§ Activating Your Server and Adding Client Licenses

§ Adding a Printer and Configuring a Fax

§ Adding Users and Computers

Practices

§ Completing the Connect to theInternet Task

§ Configuring Small BusinessServer for Remote Access

§ Adding a Printer andConfiguring a Fax

§ Completing the Add Users and

Computers Task

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe the tasks on the To Do List.

§ Configure a computer running

Windows Small Business Server to connect to the Internet.

§ Configure a computer running

Windows Small Business Server for remote access.

§ Activate a server and add new client access licenses for each client that accesses Windows Small Business

Server 2003.

§ Add a printer to connect to one or more shared printers, and configure Shared Fax Service to send and receive faxes.

§ Add users and configure their client computers by using the Add User Wizard.

Module 4: Managing Messaging and Collaboration in Small Business

Server 2003

This module discusses how to access internal and external e-mail messages. This module also discusses how to collaborate with other users by using Microsoft Windows® SharePoint Services.

Lessons

§ Managing Messaging in Windows Small Business Server 2003

§ Configuring Outlook Web Access

§ Configuring Windows SharePoint Services

Practices

§ Adding a Public Folder Using MicrosoftOutlook® 2003

§ Accessing Exchange by UsingOutlook Web Access

§ Configuring and Customizing

SharePoint Services

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Manage messaging in Windows

Small Business Server 2003.

§ Configure Outlook Web Access (OWA).

§ Configure Windows SharePoint

Services.

Module 5: Managing and Monitoring Windows Small Business Server 2003

This module discusses how to manage, monitor, and troubleshoot a

Windows Small Business Server network.

Lessons

§ Managing Client Computers

§ Managing Users and Groups

§ Managing Remote Web Workplace

§ Configuring Monitoring and Alerts

§ Protecting Against Data Loss

§ Identifying Troubleshooting Tools

Practices

§ Setting Up a Client Computer and Assigning an Application

§ Modifying and Reapplying aUser Template

§ Managing Remote Web Workplace

§ Configuring Monitoring andAlerts

§ Configuring Backup

§ Troubleshooting Network

Problems by Using Network Diagnostics

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Manage client computers.

§ Manage users and groups.

§ Manage the Remote Web Workplace.

§ Configure monitoring and alerts by using the To Do List.

§ Protect against data loss.

§ Identify troubleshooting tools.

Module 6: Installing or Upgrading to Windows Server 2003, Standard

Edition

This module explains the procedures for installing Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition, completing the installation process by performing initial configuration tasks, and upgrading from Microsoft Windows 2000 to

Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition.

Lessons

§ Installing Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition

§ Upgrading to Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition

Practices

§ Multimedia Practice: Installing

Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Install Windows Server 2003,

Standard Edition.

§ Upgrade from Windows 2000 to

Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition.

Module 7: Configuring Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition

This module discusses how Windows

Server 2003, Standard Edition provides options that you can use to customize the Windows 2003 environment and ensure that the server operates correctly. Understanding the available options and how to configure them will help you configure a Windows Server 2003 environment that meets the requirements of your organization.

Lessons

§ Configuring File and Print Servers

§ Promoting a Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition to a DomainController

§ Creating and Configuring User Accounts, Groups, and Computer Accounts

§ Installing and Configuring the POP3 Service and the SMTP Service

Practices

§ Configuring a File Server and a Print Server

§ Promoting a Windows Server2003, Standard Edition to a Domain Controller

§ Creating and Configuring UserAccounts, Groups, and Computer Accounts

§ Installing and Configuring the POP3 Service and the SMTP Service

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Configure a file server for indexing, and add and share a network printer.

§ Promote a Windows Server 2003,

Standard Edition server to a domain controller.

§ Create and configure user accounts, groups, and computer accounts.

§ Identify the role of organizational units.

§ Install and configure the Post

Office Protocol 3 (POP3) Service and the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)

Service.

Module 8: Securing a Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition Network

This module explains how to secure Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition by configuring and securing the server for

Internet access, securing file, folder, and printer objects, and securing the server from viruses.

Lessons

§ Configuring Internet Access by Using NAt § Multimedia: Overview of Remote Access

§ Configuring a VPN Connection

§ Securing Internet Access

§ Multimedia: Overview of IPSec

§ Issues to Consider When Securing File, Folder, and Printer Objects

§ Providing Virus Protection

Practices

§ Configuring a VPN Connection

§ Configuring Basic Firewall byUsing Routing and Remote Access Service

§ Securing File, Folder, and

Printer Objects by Using Permissions

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Configure Windows Server 2003,

Standard Edition for Internet access by using Network Address Translation (NAT).

§ Configure a virtual private network (VPN) connection.

§ Secure Internet access by using various firewall technologies.

§ Explain important issues to consider when securing file, folder, and printer objects.

§ Explain how to secure Windows

Server 2003, Standard Edition from viruses.

Module 9: Managing Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition

This module explains how to manage Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition by delegating administration, managing user environments with GPOs, monitoring server and client computer performance, performing management tasks from a remote location, protecting against data loss, and identifying troubleshooting tools that can assist you in resolving potential problems.

Lessons

§ Delegating Administration

§ Managing User Environments with Group Policy Objects

§ Monitoring Server and Client Computer Performance

§ Managing Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition from a Remote Location

§ Protecting Against Data Loss

Practices

§ Delegating AdministrationTasks

§ Creating and ConfiguringGroup Policy Objects

§ Configuring PerformanceMonitor

§ Remotely Managing WindowsServer 2003, Standard Edition

§ Backing up and Restoring Data

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Delegate administration of

Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition.

§ Manage client user environments with GPOs.

§ Monitor server and client computer performance.

§ Remotely manage Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition.

§ Protect against data loss

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