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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

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Configure IP Addressing and Windows Services in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Configure, Manage, and Maintain IP Services in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Name Resolution in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
DNS Zones and Replication in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Configure Network Access in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Network Access Security in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Configure File and Print Services in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Monitor Network Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008 $74.95

Bundle Price: $289.00
Total Savings: $310.60


Configure IP Addressing and Windows Services in Windows Server 2008

Internet Protocol Version 4, or IPv4, is the current, widely-deployed version of the Internet Protocol and is slowly running out of addresses to assign. Its successor, IPv6, allows greater flexibility in assigning IP addresses due to a deeper address space. Windows Server 2008 installs and enables IPv6 by default, including Windows 2008 DHCP by way of DHCPv6. This course provides an overview of networks, hosts, subnet masks, and how subnetting plays a role in efficient network management. It explores some of the more advanced points of network management including IPv4 and IPv6 addresses, static and dynamic DHCP, and the configuration of various DHCP options. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-642 TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring certification, and counts as credit towards the following certifications: Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator, and the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator, since both MCITPs are certifications that require more than one exam.
  • distinguish between IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
  • recognize the technologies used to transition to IPv6
  • identify the subnet masks of host networks
  • calculate the subnet mask for a classless CIDR network
  • distinguish between the methods available to assign IP addresses
  • configure IPv4 addressing
  • configure IPv6 addressing
  • configure IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
  • configure a DHCP server
  • use commands to administer DHCP on Server Core
  • configure IPv4 addressing on a DHCP server

Configure, Manage, and Maintain IP Services in Windows Server 2008

Routing services and protocols are vital for maintaining secure and efficient communication in a network infrastructure. Windows Server 2008 provides key services including routing, remote access, and support for TCP/IP and security protocols. Windows Server 2008 can act as a router providing static IPv4 and IPv6 routing to remote networks and can provide dynamic routing through the support of routing protocols such as Routing Information Protocol (RIP). Another key IP service is the IP security protocol (IPSec), which offers essential security capabilities in Windows Server 2008 by providing improved authentication and cryptographic support, and by being closely integrated with the Windows Firewall and Advanced Security feature, Network Access Protection, and Active Directory Group Policy. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-642 TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring certification, and counts as credit towards the following certifications: Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator, and the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator, since both MCITPs are certifications that require more than one exam.
  • configure the RRAS service on Windows Server 2008
  • distinguish between the RIP and OSPF routing protocols
  • configure RIP routing
  • configure routing on an IPv4 routing table
  • configure routing on an IPv6 routing table
  • configure RRAS on Windows Server 2008
  • configure RIP routing
  • configure IPv4 and IPv6 routing tables
  • recognize how IPSec supports network security
  • configure IPSec policies
  • create an IPSec policy

Name Resolution in Windows Server 2008

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a central network infrastructure service and continues to provide enhanced features in Windows Server 2008. With full support for the new, longer addresses of the IP version 6 protocol specification, along with continued support for the native IP version 4 specification, DNS in Windows Server 2008 is tailored to organizations of all sizes. This course explores the Windows Server 2008 DNS Server Role, its configuration, and the administration of DNS using the Server Core installation. It also explores special DNS setups using forwarding servers, conditional forwarding, root hints, and cache-only servers. Also covered is the use of other types of name resolution techniques including WINS, LMHOSTS, and HOSTS files, and the configuration steps necessary to set up clients to use DNS or WINS name resolution. The course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-642 TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring certification, and counts as credit towards the following certifications: Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator, and the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator.
  • configure a DNS server
  • distinguish between the types of Resource Records
  • use dnscmd to configure DNS settings
  • configure conditional forwarding
  • configure root hints
  • configure DNS
  • configure NetBIOS name resolution
  • identify DNS-based name resolution options
  • configure the suffix search order for a DNS client
  • configure DNS clients in a given scenario

DNS Zones and Replication in Windows Server 2008

The DNS namespace is subdivided into different DNS zones, which are hosted by a specific authoritative server or group of servers. Zones define the DNS namespace for authoritative servers that resolve client queries. This course explores DNS zone and replication in Windows Server 2008, including stub zones and their use in Microsoft DNS. It also discusses how Primary and Secondary servers of a DNS zone must perform zone transfers to ensure each server has an up-to-date DNS database. In addition, the course describes how Active Directory-integrated DNS zones store their data in the Active Directory application partition, and rely on the AD replication process to update the appropriate servers with zone data. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-642 TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring certification, and counts as credit towards the following certifications: Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator, and the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator.
  • configure a DNS zone
  • distinguish between DNS zone types
  • create a DNS record
  • identify the DNS record types
  • set DNS aging and scavenging properties
  • use Nslookup to troubleshoot DNS
  • recognize the tools used to troubleshoot DNS
  • choose which type of DNS zone to create
  • configure a DNS record
  • create a secondary forward lookup zone
  • create a DNS stub zone
  • perform a DNS zone transfer
  • identify the features and functions of zone transfers
  • change replication scope
  • configure a zone transfer
  • configure a DNS stub zone
  • configure DNS replication scope

Configure Network Access in Windows Server 2008

Routing and Remote Access Services in Windows Server 2008 provide remote access to clients through dial-up services and virtual private network (VPN) configuration. Remote and mobile users are continuing to increase in numbers with the wide availability of high-speed and wireless Internet access. This course discusses how Windows Server 2008 provides those clients with VPN access, offering support for security mechanisms including a range of tunneling techniques, network and wireless authentication protocols, and access control using the Network Policy Server (NPS). It also reviews the continued support for the Internet Connection Sharing feature and highlights the Connection Manager tools provided to help set up and manage remote connections. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-642 TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring certification, and counts as credit towards the following certifications: Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator, and the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator, since both MCITPs are certifications that require more than one exam.
  • configure remote access services
  • choose between remote access protocols
  • match the NAT solution with the given scenario
  • use ICS
  • recognize the features of ICS
  • configure remote access and ICS
  • distinguish between network authentication protocols
  • recognize how RADIUS is used for authentication
  • configure wireless access
  • distinguish between wireless protocols
  • configure access protocols

Network Access Security in Windows Server 2008

Windows Server 2008 provides new services and capabilities for controlling and securing network access. This course discusses the new Network Access Protection application programming interface (API) and how it restricts network clients based on policies and enforces a minimum state of system health. It also introduces the Network Policy Server (NPS), which is responsible for managing and enforcing these policies and connection requirements. It outlines the NPS components involved in the Network Access Protection API, the range of health and network policies available, and the NPS's ability to enforce restrictions on other network services including DHCP, VPN, IPsec, and 802.1X. This course also provides a look at the latest improvements to the Windows Firewall providing advanced security through the use of granular inbound and outbound rules, connection security rules, the use of firewall profiles, and the ability to monitor the configuration. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-642 TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring certification, and counts as credit towards the following certifications: Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator, and the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator, since both MCITPs are certifications that require more than one exam.
  • configure NAP
  • recognize the components of NAP
  • distinguish between NAP enforcement methods
  • create a NAP policy
  • recognize how to enforce policy settings
  • install NAP
  • configure NAP policy
  • recognize the features of Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
  • identify the new features of Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
  • create a new firewall rule
  • create a firewall rule

Configure File and Print Services in Windows Server 2008

The most basic goal of a network infrastructure is to provide the ability to make file and printer services available to network users, and Windows Server 2008 continues to improve the provisioning and management of these types of resources. In this course we discuss file share features including Public Folder Sharing, Client Side Caching of offline files, and network printing resources. The course also explores management features such as disk quotas and file screening, reviews the use of the Distributed File System, and outlines the use of Windows Server Backup for data backup and restoration. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-642 TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring certification, and counts as credit towards the following certifications: Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator, and the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator, since both MCITPs are certifications that require more than one exam.
  • identify the functions of FSRM
  • configure print services
  • recognize printer permissions
  • configure disk quotas
  • match the encryption method to the example
  • set up standard file sharing
  • configuring shared resources
  • configure roles
  • enable NTFS quotas
  • set up file sharing
  • configure Windows Server Backup
  • recognize the restore options in Windows Server 2008
  • configure DFS
  • configure the DFS root

Monitor Network Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008

With the wide array of server roles and services provided in Windows Server 2008, it is more important than ever to adequately fine-tune and monitor the server's configuration and performance. Windows Server 2003 administrators will be familiar with many of the tools included in Windows Server 2008 but will find some key improvements. This course provides a look at the Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) function that has been updated to interoperate with Windows Server 2008, allowing it to act as an update server for network clients. The course also describes the new Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor tool, and the role of data collector sets and reports in monitoring your server. Also covered is the improved Event Viewer, which offers a great new interface, new Applications and Services Logs, and the ability to create custom views based on other event logs. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-642 TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCTS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring certification, and counts as credit towards the following certifications: Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator, and the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator, since both MCITPs are certifications that require more than one exam.
  • install Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
  • manage software updates
  • configure WSUS client settings
  • approve WSUS updates
  • import WSUS updates in a disconnected network
  • configure |w WSUS settings
  • configure WSUS updates
  • use the Reliability and Performance Monitor
  • use Event Viewer to create a custom event view
  • use Network Monitor
  • use Network monitor to capture network packets |w
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Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Configuring Network Infrastructure e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271446
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $289