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Updating Your Windows Server 2003 Technology Skills to Windows Server 2008

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Overview of Windows Server Installing Windows Server 2008 Managing Server Roles and Features Configuring and Managing Windows Server 2008 Server Core Choosing a Deployment Strategy Deploying Windows Server 2008

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Via Valtellina, 63, 20124, Milano, Italia
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Windows Server 2008
Server
Security
Clustering
VPN
Management
Windows Server
Broker
Active Directory
Windows
Testing
Web server
Firewall

Programma

Install Windows Server 2008 R2


Configuring Server Core


Enabling Remote Management


Adding the Domain Name System and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Server Roles


Installing and Configuring Windows Deployment Services


Creating Operating System Images with Windows Deployment Services


Using an Unattended File with Windows Deployment Services


Completing Windows Deployment Services Configuration


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Describe the steps necessary to prepare to install Windows Server 2008.


•Install Windows Server 2008.


•Add and remove server roles and features.


•Configure and manage Server Core.


•Select a deployment technology.


•Deploy Windows Server 2008.


This module explains new technologies and options available to manage the operating system environment. The module discusses and allows students practice storage configuration, boot configuration, scheduled tasks and services, event logs, and performance monitoring.


Managing Windows Server with Server Manager


Managing Server Updates by using WSUS


Managing Backup and Restore by Using Windows Server Backup


Managing Event Logs and Auditing


Performance and Resource Management


Configuring a Replica WSUS Server


Managing Windows Server Backup


Configuring Event Logging


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Describe and use Server Manager.


•Manage server updates by using Windows Server Update Services 3.0 SP2.


•Manage backup and restore by using Windows Server Backup.


•Describe and perform event logging and auditing.


•Perform reliability and performance monitoring.


This module describes how to configure and troubleshoot the new networking technologies and settings on Windows Server 2008.


Configuring IPv6 Addressing


Migrating from IPv4 to IPv6


DHCP and DNS Enhancements in Windows Server 2008


Configuring and Managing Windows Firewall with Advanced Security


Configuring Routing and Networking with Windows Server 2008


Configuring an ISATAP Router


Configuring DHCP and DNS


Configuring Windows Firewall


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Configure IPv6 addressing.


•Describe and implementIPv6 migration technologies.


•Describe the enhancements to DHCP and DNS in Windows Server 2008


•Configure Windows Firewall with Advanced Security.


•Configure routing with Windows Server 2008.


This module explains how to configure Network Policy Server and Remote Access Services in Windows Server 2008. It outlines how to secure your remote access clients by using network policies and, where appropriate, Network Access Protection (NAP) as well as covering technologies such as VPN and also explaining DirectAccess, a feature available with Windows Server 2008 R2


Overview of Network Policy Server


Configuring a Network Policy Server


Configuring Remote Access


Managing DirectAccess in Windows Server 2008 R2


Implementing Network Access Protection


Configuring VPN Enforcement by Using NAP


Configuring Routing and Remote Access as a VPN Remote Access Solution


Configuring a Custom Network Policy


Create and Distribute a CMAK Profile


Configuring NAP Components


Configuring Client Settings to Support NAP


After completing this module, students will be able to:


Understand the purpose of the Network Policy and Access Services server role.


Configure NPS.


Configure remote access.


Describe and deploy DirectAccess.


Describe NAP. Configure VPN enforcement by using NAP.


This module explains the new and improved features of Windows 2008 and Windows 2008 R2 Active Directory Domain Services, such as RODC, fine-grained password policies and advanced auditing and others.


Active Directory Enhancements in Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2


Installing and Configuring Domain Controllers


Configuring Read-Only Domain Controllers


Configuring Fine-Grained Password Policies


Managing Active Directory Objects with Windows PowerShell


Active Directory Database Management


Installing and Configuring an RODC


Implementing Fine-Grained Password Policies


Using PowerShell Commands to Administer Active Directory


Working with Active Directory Snapshots


Restoring Deleted Objects with Active Directory Recycle Bin


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Describe Active Directory Enhancements in Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2.


•Install and configure domain controllers.


•Configure read-only domain controllers.


•Configure fine-grained password policies.


•Manage Active Directory objects with Windows PowerShell.


•Perform Active Directory database management.


This module explains what is new in the management of an Active Directory Domain Services infrastructure, what improvements were made to Group Policy, what are Group Policy Preferences, and how the ability to restart the Active Directory database service (NTDS) supports and simplifies advanced administrative tasks.


Group Policy Enhancements in Windows server 2008


Managing Security with Group Policy


Managing Clients With Group Policy Preferences


Creating a Central Store


Configuring Administrative Templates


Configuring Application Control Policies


Deploying Group Policy Preferences


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Describe the new features in Group Policy.


•Implement security settings with Group Policy.


•Configure Group Policy preferences.


This module explains how to manage enterprise PKI smoothly in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 while ensuring a manageable, secure infrastructure, maintaining application and legacy system compatibility.


Active Directory Certificate Services Overview


Deploying Active Directory Certificate Services


Managing Certificate Templates


Managing Certificate Enrollment


Managing Certificate Revocation


Managing Certificate Recovery


Installing the AD CS Server Role and Configuring CAs


Managing Certificate Revocation


Managing Certificate Recovery


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Describe Active Directory Certificate Services and enhancements in Windows Server 2008.


•Deploy AD CS infrastructure.


•Manage certificate templates.


•Manage certificate enrollment.


•Manage certificate revocation.


•Manage certificate recovery.


This module explains the Active Directory(AD) roles of AD LDS, AD FS and AD RMS, how they fit into the overall Windows Server 2008 management concept, and how to configure a Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 infrastructure to incorporate these roles.


Installing and Configuring AD LDS


Installing and Configuring AD FS


Overview of AD RMS


Installing and Configuring AD RMS


Configuring AD LDS Instances and Partitions


Configuring AD LDS Replication


Installing the AD RMS Server Role


Configuring AD RMS Templates


Configuring AD RMS Trust Policies


Testing AD RMS Functionality


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Install and configure Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services.


•Describe Active Directory Federation Services.


•Describe Active Directory Rights Management Services.


•Install and configure Active Directory Rights Management Services.


This module provides an overview of RDS and related role services, and the procedures for connecting to an RD Session host. The module describes RemoteApp programs and the methods for accessing them. The module also explains how to use RD Gateway to access RDS infrastructure securely from an external network.


Overview of Remote Desktop Services


Implementing RemoteApp Infrastructure


Implementing Remote Desktop Gateway


Preparing the RDS Environment


Publishing RemoteApp programs


Accessing Published RemoteApp Programs


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Describe Remote Desktop Services.


•Implement Remote Applications.


•Implement Remote Desktop Gateway.


It is very important to manage client connections for Remote Desktop to provide a stable and secure environment. In this module, you will learn about Remote Desktop Session Host and Connection Broker, Remote Desktop Licensing, and Remote Desktop client connections management.


Managing RD Session Host and Connection Broker


Configuring and Managing Remote Desktop Licensing


Managing Remote Desktop Client Connections


Installing the RDS Role Services and Reviewing the RDL Manager Tool


Using WSRM to apply an equal per user resource management policy


Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services Connection Broker


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Manage Remote Desktop Session Host and Connection Broker.


•Manage Remote Desktop Licensing.


•Manage Remote Desktop client connections.


This module explains the new Web Server (IIS) 7.0 and 7.5 roles available on Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2, respectively. This module also describes the application servers that help configure a simple website, an FTP server, and an SMTP server within the IIS role.


Managing the Web Server Role


Configuring web Applications and Sites


Configuring a File Transfer Protocol Server and Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Server


Configuring Secure Websites and Servers


Deploying the Web Server (IIS) Server Role


Configuring the Contoso Website to enable logging and back up the site configuration


Installing FTP and SMTP


Configuring and Testing FTP


Configuring and Testing SMTP


Enabling Integrated Windows Authentication


Configuring SSL


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Manage the Web Server role.


•Configure websites, applications, and virtual folders.


•Configure both the File Transfer Protocol and the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol.


•Configure IIS to enable a more secure website platform.


This module defines basic storage terminology, types of available configurations, and information about storage area networks (SANs).


Configuring Distributed File System


Managing Storage with File System Resource Management


Implementing Classification Management and File Management Tasks


Configuring Storage in Windows Server 2008


Installing the Distributed File System Role Service


Creating a DFS Namespace


Configuring Folder Targets


Configuring DFS Folder Replication


Installing the FSRM Role Service and Configuring Quotas


Configuring File Screening and Storage Reports


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Configure DFS.


•Manage storage by using File System Resource Management.


•Describe how Classification Management and File Management enable you to organize your server-based files.


•Describe storage area network connectivity.


This module explains the functionality of Network Load Balancing and how it has changed from previous versions of Windows Server to Windows Server 2008 to understand and implement a Windows Server 2008 failover cluster. This module covers the management and configuration aspects of both Network Load Balancing and failover clustering.


Configuring Network Load Balancing


Overview of Windows Server 2008 Failover Clusters


Preparing for Failover Clustering


Creating and Configuring Failover Clusters


Creating and Validating a Cluster


Clustering the Print Services Role by Using Failover Cluster Management


Configuring Cluster Resources


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Configure Network Load Balancing.


•Describe Windows Server 2008 failover clusters.


•Prepare for failover clustering implementation.


•Create and configure failover clusters.


This module explains the features, requirements, and usage of the Hyper-V role of Windows Server 2008, as well as implementation of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.



Hyper-V Overview


Installing and Configuring Hyper-V and Virtual Machines


Overview of Virtualization Management


High Availability in a Hyper-V Environment


Implementing Virtual Desktop Infrastructure


Configuring Hyper-V Settings


Creating and Configuring Virtual Networks


Creating Virtual Hard Disks


Creating and Managing Virtual Machines


After completing this module, students will be able to:


•Describe Hyper-V virtualization platform .


•Install and configure Hyper-V.


•Describe management technologies for a virtual environment.


•Describe high availability options in a Hyper-V environment.


•Describe Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.



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