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Implementing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure

Course. 2153 · Five days · Instructor-led

This course is for support professionals who are new to Microsoft®

Windows® 2000 and will be responsible for installing, configuring, managing, and supporting a network infrastructure that uses the Microsoft Windows 2000 Server products. It also provides students with the prerequisite knowledge and skills required for course 2154, Implementing and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services.

At Course Completion

At the end of the course, students will be able to configure the DHCP Server service,

This course is intended for new-to-product support professionals who will be responsible for implementing a Microsoft Windows 2000 network infrastructure, and for those who are on the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) Windows 2000 certification track.

This course syllabus should be used to determine whether the course is appropriate for the student, based on current skills and technical training needs. Tech­nical information is provided on the intended audience, course prerequi­sites, covered topics, lab exercises, course materials, and software.

Course content, prices, and availability are subject to change without notice. configure the DNS Server service, configure WINS, configure network security protocols, configure network security by using Public Key

Infrastructure (PKI), configure network security by using Internet Protocol

Security (IPSec), configure remote access to a network, support remote access to a network, extend remote access capabilities by using Internet Authentication Service (IAS), configure Windows 2000 as a network router, configure Internet access for a network, configure a Web server, deploy Windows 2000 Professional by using Remote Installation Services (RIS), manage a Windows 2000 network, identify and resolve network connectivity problems by using Windows 2000 troubleshooting tools and utilities, and enable network connectivity between NetWare, Macintosh, and UNIX networks.

Microsoft Certified Professional Exams

This course helps you prepare for the fol­lowing Microsoft Certified Professional exam:

· Exam 20-216, Implementing and Administering a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure

Prerequisites

This course requires that students meet the following prerequisites:

· Successful completion of course 2152, Supporting

Windows 2000 Professional and Server, or equivalent skills and knowledge, including the ability to:

· Install or upgrade to Windows 2000

· Configure the Windows 2000 environment

· Connect

Windows 2000-based client computers to networks

· Create and manage user accounts

· Manage access to resources by using groups

· Manage data by configuring the NTFS file system

· Provide network access to file resources

· Configure and manage disks and partitions

· Monitor and optimize Windows 2000

· Implement

Windows 2000 security

· Configure printing

· Configure

Windows 2000 for mobile computing

· Implement disaster protection

· Install and configure Terminal Services

· Implement Windows 2000-based client computers

· Implement Windows 2000-based servers

· An understanding of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)

The course materials, lectures, and lab exercises are in English. To benefit fully from our instruction, students need an understanding of the English language.

Course Materials and Software

The course materials are yours to keep.

You will be provided with the following software for use in the classroom:

· Microsoft Windows 2000

Advanced Server

· Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional

For a referral to a Microsoft Certified Technical Education Center in your area, call (800) SOLPROV. Call your local Microsoft Certified

Technical Education Center for more information and to register for classes.

Day 1

Module 1: Introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 Networking Infrastructure

Topics:

Overview of the Windows 2000 Network

Infrastructure

Introduction to Intranets

Identifying Remote Access Methods

Communicating with Remote Offices

Providing Internet Access

Introduction to Extranets

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Define the components of a

Windows 2000 network infrastructure.

· Describe the role of an intranet in a Windows 2000 network.

· Identify remote access methods.

· Describe how a remote office can be connected to an intranet.

· Identify the methods that are used to establish Internet access.

· Describe the purpose of an extranet.

Module 2: Automating Internet Protocol (IP)

Address Assignment

Topics:

Overview of DHCP

Installing the DHCP Service

Authorizing the DHCP Service

Creating and Configuring a Scope

Customizing DHCP Functionality

Configuring DHCP in a Routed Network

Supporting DHCP

Labs:

Creating and Authorizing a DHCP Server

Configuring a DHCP Scope

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Define DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration

Protocol) and describe how to use it on a network.

· Install the DHCP service.

· Authorize the DHCP service.

· Create and configure a scope.

· Customize DHCP functionality.

· Configure DHCP in a routed network.

· Support DHCP on a network.Module 3: Implementing Name Resolution

Using DNS

Topics:

Overview of the DNS Query Process

Installing the DNS Server Service

Configuring Name Resolution for Client

Computers

Creating Zones

Configuring Zones

Configuring DNS for Internal Use

Integrating DNS and DHCP

Maintaining and Troubleshooting DNS Servers

Labs:

Installing and Configuring the DNS

Server Service

Maintaining and Troubleshooting a DNS Server

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the DNS (Domain Name

System) query process.

· Install the DNS Server service.

· Configure name resolution for client computers.

· Create zones.

· Configure zones.

· Configure DNS for internal use by configuring a root zone.

· Configure DHCP for DNS integration.

· Maintain and troubleshoot DNS servers.

Day 2

Module 4: Implementing Name

Resolution by Using WINS

Topics:

Connecting to NetBIOS-Based Networks

WINS OverviewConfiguring WINS Servers and Clients

Configuring Support for Non-WINS Clients

Enabling WINS Database Replication

Maintaining the WINS Server Database

Lab:

Installing and Configuring WINS

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Explain how to connect to

NetBIOS-based networks.

· Explain the Windows Internet

Name Service (WINS) name resolution process.

· Configure computers as WINS servers and clients.

· Configure support for non-WINS clients.

· Enable WINS database replication.

· Maintain the WINS database.

Module 5: Configuring Network Security by

Using Public Key Infrastructure

Topics:

Introduction to Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)

Deploying Certificate Services

Using Certificates

Managing Certificates

Configuring Active Directory for Certificates

Troubleshooting Certificate Services

Lab:

Installing and Configuring Certificate

Services

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Define PKI concepts.

· Deploy Certificate Services.

· Use certificates.

· Manage certificates.

· Configure the Active Directory directory service for certificates.

· Troubleshoot Certificate

Services.

Module 6: Configuring Network Security by

Using IPSec

Topics:

Introduction to IPSec

Implementing IPSec

Configuring TCP/IP for Server SecurityTroubleshooting Network Protocol SecurityLab:

Configuring TCP/IP for Secure Connections by

Using IPSec

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the use of IPSec in a network.

· Implement IPSec.

· Configure IPSec for server security.

· Troubleshoot network protocol security.

Day 3

Module 7: Configuring Remote Access

Topics:

Examining Remote Access in Windows 2000

Configuring Inbound Connections

Configuring Outbound Connections

Configuring Multilink Connections

Configuring Authentication Protocols

Configuring Encryption Protocols

Configuring Routing and Remote Access for DHCP

Integration

Lab:

Configuring a VPN Connection

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the remote access process and protocols.

· Configure inbound connections on a remote access server.

· Configure outbound connections on a remote access client.

· Configure Multilink connections.

· Configure authentication protocols for remote access sessions.

· Configure encryption protocols for remote access sessions.

· Configure Routing and Remote

Access for DHCP integration.

Module 8: Supporting Remote Access to a

Network

Topics:

Examining Remote Access Policies

Examining Remote Access Policy Evaluation

Creating a Remote Access Policy

Troubleshooting Remote Access

Labs:

Creating a Remote Access Policy and Profile

Troubleshooting Remote Access

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Explain remote access policy and profile concepts.

· Describe the process of remote access policy evaluation.

· Create a remote access policy and configure a remote access profile.

· Maintain and troubleshoot remote access.

Module 9: Extending Remote Access

Capabilities by Using IAS

Topics:

Introduction to IAS

Installing and Configuring IAS

Lab:

Configuring Internet Authentication Service

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the use of IAS in a network.

· Install and configure IAS.

Day 4


Module 10: Configuring a Windows 2000-Based Server As a Router

Topics:

Overview of Routers and Routing Tables

Configuring Network Connections

Enabling Routing by Using Routing and Remote

Access

Configuring Static Routes

Configuring a Routing Interface

Implementing Demand-Dial Routing

Configuring the Routing Information Protocol

Labs:

Configuring Windows 2000 As a Static Router

Configuring a Windows 2000-Based Router

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Explain the function and purpose of routing.

· Configure network connections.

· Enable routing by using Routing and Remote Access.

· Configure static routes.

· Configure a routing interface.

· Implement demand-dial connections.

· Configure the Routing

Information Protocol (RIP).

Module 11: Configuring Internet Access for a Network

Topics:

Options for Connecting a Network to the

Internet

Configuring Internet Access by Using a Router

Configuring Internet Access by Using NAt Lab:

Configuring Internet Access by Using NAt Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the options that are available for connecting a network to the Internet.

· Configure Internet access by using a router.

· Configure Internet access by using network address translation (NAT).

Module 12: Configuring a Web Server

Topics:

Overview of Microsoft Internet Information

Services (IIS)

Preparing for an IIS Installation

Installing IIS

Configuring a Web Site

Administering IIS

Troubleshooting IIS

Lab:

Configuring a Web Server

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the uses of IIS.

· Prepare for an IIS installation.

· Install IIS.

· Configure a Web site.

· Administer IIS.

· Troubleshoot IIS.

Day 5

Module 13: Deploying Windows 2000 Professional by

Using RIS

Topics:

RIS OverviewInstalling and Configuring RIS

Configuring Remote Installation Options

Deploying Images by Using RIS

Creating an RIPrep

Image

Comparing CD-Based Images and RIPrep Images

Identifying Solutions to RIS Problems

Lab:

Deploying Windows 2000 Professional by Using

Remote Installation Services

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Describe the purpose and benefits of Remote Installation Services (RIS).

· Install and configure a RIS server by using the Remote Installation Services Setup wizard.

· Modify RIS configurations, including changing default options for client names and account locations, installation options, and diagnostic utilities.

· Deploy CD-based RIS images.

· Create Remote Installation

Preparation (RIPrep) images.

· Compare CD-based images and

RIPrep images.

· Provide solutions to potential

RIS problems.

Module 14: Managing a Windows 2000 Network

Topics:

Windows 2000 Administrative Strategies

Performing Administrative Tasks Remotely by

Using Terminal Services

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

Operation

Implementing the Windows 2000 SNMP Service

Lab:

Managing a Windows 2000 Network

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Identify Windows 2000 administrative strategies

· Perform administrative tasks remotely by using Terminal Services

· Explain how the SNMP protocol works

· Implement the Windows 2000 SNMP

Service

Module 15: Troubleshooting Windows 2000 Network

Services

Topics:

Troubleshooting Network Problems

Identifying the Symptoms and Causes of Network

Problems

Resolving TCP/IP Problems

Resolving Name Resolution Problems

Troubleshooting Network Services

Monitoring the Network

Labs:

Troubleshooting Routing

Troubleshooting Network Problems by Using

Network Monitor

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Troubleshoot network connectivity problems.

· Identify the symptoms and causes of network problems.

· Resolve TCP/IP problems.

· Resolve name resolution problems.

· Troubleshoot network services.

· Monitor the network data stream.

Module 16: Configuring Network Connectivity Between Operating Systems

Topics:

Configuring Access to NetWare Resources

Providing Macintosh Users Access to

Windows 2000 Resources

Connecting to Systems Network Architecture (SNA) Hosts by Using Host Integration

Server 2000

Connecting to UNIX Resources

Labs:

Configuring Gateway Service for NetWare

Configuring File Services and Print Services for Macintosh

Skills:

After completing this module, students will be able to:

· Configure access to NetWare resources.

· Provide Macintosh users with access to Windows 2000 resources.

· Connect to SNA hosts by using

Microsoft Host Integration Server 2000.

· Connect to UNIX resources

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