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Courses included: • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 MCSE (Exam 70-290): Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment: 6 Levels • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 MCSE (Exam 70-290): Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 20

Trainer Information: Darril R. Gibson Darril R. Gibson (MCT, MCP, MCSA 2000, MCSA 2003, MCSE 2003, MDBA, SQL 7, SQL, MCAD, MCSD, VB 6, VB .NET, MCDST, CIW CI, CIW MSD, A+, iNet+) is an independent trainer specializing in delivering leading edge technical training on Microsoft Technologies. After retiring from the U.S. Navy, he combined his two passions – teaching and computers – into a solid career. He holds over 14 current certifications, including certification as a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). Darril has delivered Microsoft training on topics including MCSE NT 4.0, MCSE Windows 2000, MCSE Windows 2003, SQL Server 7.0, Windows Server 2000, Visual Basic 6.0 and Microsoft .Net courses. 1.0 Introduction 1.1 The Windows Server 2003 Family 1.2 Logging On 1.3 Server Roles 2.0 An Overview of Active Directory 2.1 Active Directory - What it is 2.2 Active Directory Benefits 2.3 Active Directory Terms Domain, Forest, Trees, Organizational Units 2.4 Group Policy 2.5 Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) 3.0 Administrative Tools 3.1 Microsoft Management Console (MMC) 3.2 Installing Administrative Tools 3.3 Secondary logon as a security practice 4.0 Organizational Units (OU) 4.1 Creating OUs with Active Directory Users and Computers 4.2 Create OUs with scripts 4.3 Identifying via LDAP 4.4 Moving objects within OUs Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-290): Level II 1.0 Create and modify user accounts 1.1 User Account Basics 1.2 Create user accounts with Active Directory Users and Computers 1.3 Create user accounts with scripts 1.4 Importing user accounts 1.5 Modifying user account properties 2.0 Troubleshoot User accounts 2.1 Account lockout 2.2 Diagnose and resolve issues related to user account properties 2.3 Troubleshoot user authentication issues 3.0 Manage user profiles 3.1 Local profiles 3.2 Roaming profiles 3.3 Mandatory profiles 4.0 Computer accounts 4.1 Create with Active Directory Users and Computers 4.2 Create with scripts 4.3 Modifying computer account properties 5.0 Troubleshoot computer accounts 5.1 Diagnose and resolve problems 5.2 Enabling computer accounts 5.3 Resetting computer accounts 6.0 Groups 6.1 Identifying Built-in groups 6.2 Groups and group strategies overview 6.3 Group scope and types 6.4 Create and modify groups by using AD Users and Computers 6.5 Create and modify groups using scripts 6.6 Manage group membership 6.7 Identify user memberships 6.8 Group Strategies 7.0 Queries 7.1 Creating queries 7.2 Saving queries Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-290): Level III 1.0 NTFS 1.1 NTFS Features Overview 1.2 NTFS Permissions 1.3 Standard and Special Permissions 1.4 Combining Permissions 1.5 Change Ownership permission 1.6 Compression 1.7 Encryption 1.8 Disk Quotas 1.9 Moving or copying files 2.0 Shared Folders 2.1 Shared Folders Overview 2.2 Administrative Shares 2.3 Creating and Accessing Shares 2.4 Manage Shared Folder Permissions 3.0 Combining NTFS and Share Permissions 3.1 Combining Permissions Rules 3.2 Verifying Effective Permissions 3.3 Troubleshooting Access to Files and Shared Folders 4.0 Terminal Services 4.1 Terminal Services overview 4.2 Using Terminal Services 4.3 Remote Desktops vs Remote Desktop Connection 4.4 Configuring Terminal Services 4.5 Troubleshooting security issues 4.6 Troubleshooting client access Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-290): Level IV 1.0 Basic and Dynamic Disks 1.1 Comparing Basic and Dynamic disks 1.2 Disk Management 1.3 DiskPart tool 1.4 Partitioning a disk 1.5 File Systems 1.6 Converting to NTFS 1.7 Mounting a drive 2.0 Optimize server disk performance 2.1 Fault Tolerance overview 2.2 RAID choices 2.3 Implementing RAID solutions 2.4 Defragmenting volumes and partitions 3.0 Install and configure server hardware devices 3.1 Drivers overview 3.2 Driver signing 3.3 Configuring device properties and settings 3.4 Driver rollback 3.5 Configuring resource settings 4.0 Monitoring Server Hardware 4.1 Driver Tools 4.2 Control panel 4.3 Device Manager 4.4 Hardware Troubleshooting Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-290): Level V 1.0 Monitor and analyze events 1.1 Event Viewer 1.2 Auditing 1.3 Task manager 1.4 System Monitor 1.5 Configuring Logs and Alerts 2.0 Monitor system and application performance 2.1 Monitoring server hardware for bottlenecks 2.2 Memory performance objects 2.3 Processor performance objects 2.4 Disk performance objects 2.5 Network performance objects 2.6 Process performance objects 3.0 Managing servers remotely 3.1 Managing a sever using Remote Assistance 3.2 Managing a server using Terminal Services 3.3 Managing servers using support tools 4.0 Manage software site licensing 4.1 Client Access Licenses 4.2 Product licensing vs Volume licensing 4.3 Activation 4.3 Terminal Services Licensing 5.0 Monitor file servers 5.1 Home folders 5.2 Monitor disk quotas 6.0 Monitor print servers 6.1 Installing and Sharing Printers 6.2 Managing Permissions 6.3 Setting Priorities 6.4 Setting Availability 6.5 Configuring a Printing Pool 6.6 Monitor Print Queues 6.7 Print Spooler: Restarting, moving 7.0 Managing a Web Server 7.1 Internet Information Services (IIS) overview 7.2 Installing IIS 7.3 Backing Up MetaBase 7.4 Managing security for IIS 7.4 WebDAV 8.0 Manage software update infrastructure 8.1 Software Update Services overview 8.2 Configuring the server 8.3 Configuring the clients 8.4 Synchronizing and Approving 8.5 Backing up SUS Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-290): Level VI 1.0 Disaster Recovery 1.1 Disaster Recovery Overview 1.2 Recovery Plan 1.3 Preparing for Disaster Recovery 2.0 Backing up data 2.1 Backup Types 2.2 Backup Strategies 2.3 System State Data 2.4 Using Backup 2.5 Using NTBackup 2.6 Scheduling backup jobs 2.7 Configuring security for backups 3.0 Restoring Data 3.1 Restoring backup data 3.2 Restore Strategies 3.3 Restoring System State 3.4 Non-authoritative restore 3.5 Authoritative Restore 4.0 Perform system recovery for a server 4.1 Recovering from server hardware failure 4.2 Advanced Options 4.3 Recovery Console 4.4 Automated System Recovery 4.5 System recovery order 5.0 Implementing Shadow Copy volumes 5.1 Shadow Copy Overview 5.2 Setting up the server 5.3 Setting up the client 5.4 Recovering Files 6.0 Manage backup procedures 6.1 Performing a Test Restore 6.2 Managing backup storage media Note: Course outlines are subject to change. Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-290) Study Guide: This Guide and Training System is a one-of-a-kind integration of text, quality instructor led training, and exam simulation and remediation. This system gives you 100% coverage of the official Microsoft 70-290 exam objectives plus test preparation software for the edge you need to pass the exam on your first try: 800 pages of content Video Provides a "Virtual Classroom" Get the benefits of instructor led training at a fraction of the cost and hassle. Guaranteed Coverage of All Exam Objectives If the topic is listed in Microsoft's Exam 70-290 objectives, it is covered here. Fully Integrated Learning This system includes a study guide, video training and practice exams Microsoft Windows Server 2003 MCSE (Exam 70-291): Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-291): Level I 1.0 TCPI/IP Addressing Basics 1.1 Addressing Methods 1.2 TCP/IP Address components 1.3 Network ID 1.4 Host ID 1.5 Classful IP Addressing 1.6 Classless IP Addressing 1.7 Guidelines for IP Addresses 1.8 Private vs Public Addresses 2.0 Configuring TCP/IP Addressing 2.1 Configuring static TCP.IP Addresses 2.2 Configuring dynamic TCP/IP Addresses 2.3 Configuring static TCP/IP options 3.0 Managing DHCP 3.1 DHCP Overview 3.2 Installing and Authorizing DHCP 3.3 DHCP Clients and Leases 3.4 DHCP Scopes and Scope Options 3.5 DHCP Exclusions and Reserved Clients 3.6 How Options are Applied 3.7 DHCP Databases 3.8 DHCP Relay Agent 4.0 Basic TCP/IP Troubleshooting Tools 4.1 IPConfig 4.2 Ping 4.3 Loopback Address 5.0 Troubleshooting TCP/IP 5.1 Diagnosing Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA) 5.2 Resolving APIPA issues 5.3 Diagnosing incorrect TCP/IP configuration 5.4 Resolving incorrect TCP/IP configuration 6.0 Troubleshooting DHCP 6.1 DHCP Authorization problems 6.2 Verifying DHCP Reservations 6.3 Reviewing Log Files for DHCP events 6.4 Verifying DHCP Relay Agent 6.5 Verifying database integrity Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-291): Level II 1.0 Name Resolution 1.1 Overview 1.2 DNS 1.3 Hosts File 1.4 WINS 1.5 LMHosts File 2.0 Understanding the DNS Server Service 2.1 DNS Overview 2.2 DNS queries: Recursive and non-recursive 2.3 DNS Zone Types: Primary, Secondary, Stub, ADI 2.4 DNS Zone Files 2.5 DNS Zone Records 3.0 Install and Configure DNS Server Service 3.1 Installing DNS 3.2 Configuring DNS Server Options 3.3 Configuring DNS Zone Options 3.4 Creating DNS Zone Records 3.5 Configuring DNS Forwarding 4.0 DNS Zone Transfers 4.1 Overview 4.2 Notify Process 4.3 Caching Only Servers 4.4 Interacting with BIND 5.0 Dynamic Updates 5.1 Dynamic Update Overview 5.2 How clients up records 5.3 Configuring DNS 5.4 Configuring DHCP 5.5 Configuring Clients 5.5 Secure Dynamic Update 6.0 Monitor DNS 6.1 System Monitor 6.2 Event Viewer 6.3 DNS Debug Logs Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-291): Level III 1.0 Monitor Network Traffic 1.1 System Monitor 1.2 Network Monitor Overview 1.3 Installing Network Monitor 1.4 Using Network Monitor 2.0 Advanced TCP/IP Troubleshooting Tools 2.1 NSLookup 2.2 ARP 2.3 NBTStat 2.4 IPConfig switches: /registerdns, /displaydns, /flushdns 2.5 PathPing and TraceRt 3.0 Troubleshooting connectivity to the Internet 3.1 Overview 3.2 Default Gateway 3.3 NAT 3.4 Proxy 3.5 Firewall 3.6 Troubleshooting Connectivity 4.0 Troubleshooting server services 4.1 Services applet 4.2 Service dependencies 4.3 Service Recovery Options Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-291): Level IV 1.0 RRAS Overview 1.1 RRAS Introduction 1.2 Routing Overview 1.3 RAS Purpose 1.4 Dial-in 1.5 VPN 1.6 VPN office to office 1.7 RAS Connection Review 2.0 Configuring Remote Access 2.1 Assigning IP Addresses to Clients 2.2 Enabling Remote Access 2.3 Configuring DHCP Relay Agent 2.4 Logging 3.0 RRAS Security 3.1 RRAS Security Overview 3.2 Authentication vs Encryption 3.3 Remote Access Authentication Protocols 3.4 Using Internet Authentication Service (IAS) 3.5 Encryption Protocols 3.6 Implementing secure access between private networks 4.0 Configuring Routing and Remote Access policies 4.1 Policies overview 4.2 Conditions 4.3 Permissions 4.4 Profile 4.5 Default policies 4.6 Order of processing 5.0 Troubleshooting access to remote access services 5.1 Troubleshooting VPN issues 5.2 Troubleshooting remote access connection issues 5.3 Troubleshooting user access 5.4 Using Logs 6.0 Managing Routing 6.1 Routing Overview 6.2 Routing Tables 6.3 Routing Protocols 6.4 Routing Interfaces 6.5 Ports 6.6 Packet Filters 7.0 Troubleshooting Routing 7.1 Demand-dial routing 7.2 Router-to-router VPNs Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-291): Level V 1.0 Implementing secure network administration procedures 1.1 Security Configuration and Analysis overview 1.2 Security Templates 1.3 Using templates to set baselines 1.4 Using templates to audit security 1.5 Secedit 1.6 Implementing the principle of least privilege 2.0 Securing Network Traffic with IPSec policies 2.1 Overview 2.2 IPSec Modes 2.3 IPSec Policies 2.4 Client 2.5 Server 2.6 Secure Server 2.7 Assigning IPSec Policies 3.0 Monitoring and Troubleshooting Network Security 3.1 IP Security Monitor 3.2 Netsh 3.3 Event Viewer 3.4 Network Monitor 3.5 Using Ping 3.6 MBSA & MBSAcli Note: Course outlines are subject to change. Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-291) Study Guide: This Guide and Training System is a one-of-a-kind integration of text, quality instructor led training, and exam simulation and remediation. This system gives you 100% coverage of the official Microsoft 70-291 exam objectives plus test preparation software for the edge you need to pass the exam on your first try: 800 pages of content Video Provides a "Virtual Classroom" Get the benefits of instructor led training at a fraction of the cost and hassle. Guaranteed Coverage of All Exam Objectives If the topic is listed in Microsoft's Exam 70-291 objectives, it is covered here. Fully Integrated Learning This system includes a study guide, video training and practice exams Microsoft Windows Server 2003 MCSE (Exam 70-293): Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-293): Level I 1.0 Security overview 1.1 Typical Microsoft network 1.2 Identifying risks 1.3 A risk-free computer 1.4 Identifying threats 1.5 Identifying vulnerabilities 1.6 Security plan contents 1.7 Why security policies fail 1.8 Important security principles 2.0 Planning for a secure baseline installation 2.1 System Default security Settings 2.2 Client default security settings (identify) 2.3 Server default security settings (identify) 2.4 Security environments 2.5 Server security settings 3.0 Planning security for specific server roles 3.1 Security Configuration and Analysis review 3.2 Using default security templates 3.3 Creating custom security templates 3.4 Deploying security templates 3.5 Analyzing servers against security templates 3.6 Using Syskey to protect DCs 3.7 Protecting Web Servers 4.0 Operating system capabilities 4.1 Web Edition 4.2 Standard Edition 4.3 Enterprise Edition 4.4 DataCenter Edition Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-293): Level II 1.0 DNS 1.1 DNS Review 1.2 Plan a DNS Namespace design 1.3 Namespace design and forwarding 1.4 Plan zone replication 1.5 DNS Security 1.6 Placement of DNS servers 1.7 Interoperating with third-party DNS servers 2.0 TCP/IP Network Infrastructure 2.1 TCP/IP address review 2.2 VLSM and CIDR 2.3 Understanding the Bits 2.4 IP addressing requirements 2.5 Plan in IP subnet scheme 2.6 Identify required protocols 2.7 Troubleshooting TCP/IP configuration 3.0 WINS 3.1 NetBIOS names 3.2 NetBIOS name resolution 3.3 WINS or LMHosts 3.4 Implementing WINS 3.5 Enabling WINS clients 3.6 WINS replication 3.7 Integrating DNS and WINS 3.8 Troubleshooting cache problems 4.0 DHCP 4.1 DHCP overview 4.2 DHCP security 4.3 Implementing fault tolerance 4.4 DHCP relay agent 4.5 Troubleshooting dynamic IP addressing problems 5.0 Troubleshooting Host Name Resolution 5.1 Host name resolution 5.2 Using IPConfig to troubleshoot 5.3 Troubleshooting DNS client issues 5.4 Troubleshooting DNS server problems 5.5 Identifying DNS service problems 5.6 Using NSLookup for troubleshooting 5.7 DNSLint 5.8 DNSCmd 5.9 Common DNS Server Issues 6.0 Configuring Internet Access 6.1 Planning an Internet connectivity strategy 6.2 Network Access Translation 6.3 Proxy Servers 6.4 Firewalls 6.5 DMZs 6.6 Troubleshooting NAT 6.7 Troubleshooting Internet connectivity issues Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-293): Level III 1.0 Remote Access Security 1.1 Remote access review 1.2 Remote access policy review 1.3 Policy conditions 1.4 Policy permissions 1.5 Policy profile 1.6 Authentication methods 1.7 Encryption methods 1.8 Planning remote access policies 2.0 Routing Strategies 2.1 Routing review 2.2 Static routes 2.3 Routing protocols 2.4 Planning an IP routing solution 2.5 Plan routing for IP multicast traffic 2.6 Choosing the right protocol 3.0 Troubleshooting routing 3.1 Overview 3.2 Tracert command 3.3 PathPing command 3.4 Ping command 3.5 Route command 3.6 Netsh command Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-293): Level IV 1.0 Network Load Balancing (NLB) 1.1 NLB Overview 1.2 Scalability 1.3 Requirements 1.4 Implementing NLB 1.5 Monitoring NLB 2.0 Server cluster services 2.1 Overview 2.2 Active/Passive 2.3 Active/Active 2.4 Requirements 2.5 NLB or Server Cluster 2.6 Implementing a cluster 2.7 Configuring failover 2.8 Recovering from cluster node failure/td> 3.0 Monitoring for bottlenecks using System Monitor 3.1 Overview 3.2 Memory 3.3 Processor 3.4 Disk 3.5 Network 3.6 Network Monitor 4.0 Planning a backup and recovery strategy 4.1 Overview 4.2 Backup types 4.3 Using Shadow Copy for backups 4.4 Automated System Recovery Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-293): Level V 1.0 Securing data 1.1 Securing data in heterogeneous environment 1.2 Implementing SMB 2.0 IPSec 2.1 IPSec Overview 2.2 Planning IPSec policies 2.3 Configuring IPSec policies 2.4 Allowing/blocking services by ports and protocols 2.5 Troubleshooting using IPSec Monitor 3.0 Wireless Networking 3.1 Wireless network overview 3.2 Wireless network encryption 3.3 Wireless network authentication 3.4 Implementing wireless security 4.0 Network Administration 4.1 Remote Assistance overview 4.2 Offering Remote Assistance 4.3 Terminal Services review 4.4 Planning for remote administration 5.0 Troubleshooting Group Policy security settings 5.1 Resultant Set of Policy snap-in 5.2 RSoP Planning Mode Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-293): Level VI 1.0 Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) 1.1 PKI Overview 1.2 Certificate Authority overview 1.3 Planning PKI using Certificate Services 1.4 Certification Authority tour 1.5 Certificate enrollment/distribution 1.6 EFS certificates 1.7 Using Smart Cards for authentication 1.8 Certification Authority backup 1.9 Certificate Authority support 2.0 Planning Security Updates 2.1 MBSA Overview 2.2 MBSA requirements 2.3 Updating clients with Software Update Services 3.0 Planning a Security Framework 3.1 Security Monitoring 3.2 Change and Configuration Management Note: Course outlines are subject to change. Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-293) Study Guide: This Guide and Training System is a one-of-a-kind integration of text, quality instructor led training, and exam simulation and remediation. This system gives you 100% coverage of the official Microsoft 70-293 exam objectives plus test preparation software for the edge you need to pass the exam on your first try: 900 pages of content Video Provides a "Virtual Classroom" Get the benefits of instructor led training at a fraction of the cost and hassle. Guaranteed Coverage of All Exam Objectives If the topic is listed in Microsoft's Exam 70-293 objectives, it is covered here. Fully Integrated Learning This system includes a study guide, video training and practice exams Microsoft Windows Server 2003 MCSE (Exam 70-294): Planning, Implementing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Infrastructure Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-294): Level I 1.0 Active Directory 1.1 Active Directory Overview 1.2 Active Directory Contents 1.3 Schema 1.4 Logical Structure 1.5 Global Catalog 1.6 Physical Structure 2.0 Domain Controllers 2.1 Overview 2.2 Requirements to promote 2.3 Promoting a server to a domain controller 2.4 Creating a forest root domain 2.5 Creating a child domain 2.6 Creating additional domain controllers 2.7 Removing Active Directory 2.8 Renaming DC 2.9 Verifying Active Directory 2.10 DCPromo demo 3.0 Active Directory Tools 3.1 AD Tools Overview 3.2 Active Directory Users and Computers 3.3 Active Directory Sites and Services 3.4 Active Directory Domains and Trusts 3.5 Command line tools 4.0 Global Catalog Servers 4.1 Global Catalog Contents 4.2 Global Catalog Benefits 4.3 Universal Group Strategy 4.4 Creating a Global Catalog Server 5.0 Flexible Single Master Operations (FSMO) Roles 5.1 FSMO Roles Overview 5.2 FSMO Roles 5.3 Planning for business continuity 5.4 FSMO role dependencies 5.5 Identifying the FSMO Roles 5.6 Transferring roles 5.7 Seizing roles 6.0 Trusts 6.1 Trusts Overview 6.2 Transitive vs Non-transitive 6.3 One-way trusts 6.4 Two-way trusts 6.5 How trusts work in forest 6.6 Shortcut trusts 6.7 External trusts 6.8 Forest trusts 6.9 Creating trusts 7.0 Functional Levels 7.1 Domain Functional Levels 7.2 Features and requirements 7.3 Forest Functional Levels 7.4 Features and requirements 7.5 Raising domain functional level 7.6 Raising forest functional level 8.0 Summary of Level 1 Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-294): Level II 1.0 Replication 1.1 Replication Overview 1.2 Replication process 1.3 Replication partners 1.4 Handling conflicts 1.5 Lost and Found 1.6 Directory Partitions 1.7 Replication Demo 2.0 Implement a Site Topology 2.1 What is a site 2.2 Benefits of sites 2.3 Configuring sites and site links 2.4 Calculating the cost 2.5 Configuring site link bridge 2.6 Configuring site link schedules and properties 2.7 Configuring preferred bridgehead servers 3.0 Monitoring Replication 3.1 Common Replication Problems 3.2 Event logs 3.3 Support Tools 3.4 Replication Monitor 3.5 DCDiag and Repadmin 3.6 Monitoring File Replication Service (FRS) 4.0 Restore Active Directory services 4.1 NTDSUtil 4.2 Backup review 4.3 Primary Restore 4.4 Normal (non-authoritative) restore 4.5 Authoritative restore 4.6 Resolving issues with Active Directory 5.0 Manage an Active Directory forest and domain structure 5.1 ADPrep 5.2 Manage schema modifications 5.3 Add UPN suffix 5.4 Remove UPN suffix 6.0 Summary of Level 2 Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-294): Level III 1.0 Planning a Security Group Strategy 1.1 A review of groups 1.2 Universal groups 1.3 AGP strategy 1.4 AGDLP strategy 1.5 AGGUDLP strategy 1.6 Planning a strategy based on delegation requirements 2.0 User authentication 2.1 Password policy elements 2.2 Implementing a password policy 2.3 Smart card authentication 2.4 Smart card settings 2.5 Best practices 3.0 Planning an OU structure 3.1 OU review 3.2 Analyzing administrative requirements 3.3 Analyzing Group Policy requirements 3.4 Planning for delegation 4.0 Implementing an OU Structure 4.1 Creating an OU 4.2 Delegating permissions for an OU 4.3 Using the Delegation of Control Wizard 4.4 Moving objects within an OU hierarchy 5.0 Summary of Level 3 Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-294): Level IV 1.0 Group Policy 1.1 Group Policy Introduction 1.2 Creating and Configuring Group Policy Objects 1.3 Linking Group Policy Objects 1.4 Order of precedence of Group Policy Objects 1.5 Blocking inheritance 1.6 No override (Enforced) 1.7 Filtering Group Policy with permissions 1.8 Filtering Group Policy with WMI 1.9 Copy, Backup and Restore GPO 2.0 Managing Software Deployment with Group Policy 2.1 Software Cycle 2.2 Windows Installer 2.3 Deploying Software via GPO 2.4 Assigning software 2.5 Publishing software 2.6 Updating and removing Software 2.7 Restricting use of software 3.0 Configuring the User Environment with Group Policy 3.1 Configure user settings 3.2 Configuring User Security Settings 3.3 Redirect folders 4.0 Configuring the Computer Environment with Group Policy 4.1 Configure computer settings 4.2 Configuring Computer Security Settings 4.3 Planning and implementing an audit strategy 4.4 Loopback Processing 5.0 Certificate Enrollment 5.1 Overview 5.2 Autoenrollment Requirements 5.3 Autoenrollment Process 5.4 Creating a Smart Card template 5.5 Importing a Smart Card template 5.6 Setting autoenrollment via GPO 6.0 Summary of Level 4 Windows Server 2003 (Exam 70-294): Level V 1.0 Group Policy Troubleshooting Tools 1.1 RSoP Planning Mode 1.2 RSoP Logging Mode 1.3 GPResult 1.4 GPUpdate 1.5 NTDSUtil 2.0 Managing updates 2.1 Distribute updates 2.2 Configure automatic updates 3.0 Placement of Domain Controllers 3.1 DC Guidelines and Placement 3.2 Global Catalog Servers 3.3 GC Guidelines and Placement 3.4 Universal Group Caching 4.0 Summary of Level 5
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