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

Course Price
Planning Windows Server 2008 Deployment $74.95
Planning Active Directory and Group Policy for Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Windows Server 2008 Management and Delegation $74.95
Managing File Servers and Data Provisioning in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Windows Server 2008 Application Server Management and Application Provisioning $74.95
Windows Server 2008 Application Servers and Services $74.95
Patch Management and Securing and Monitoring Servers in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Certificate Services, SANs, and High Availability in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Accessing Windows Networks Remotely in Windows Server 2008 $74.95
Windows Server 2008 Backup and Recovery $74.95

Bundle Price: $349.00
Total Savings: $400.50


Planning Windows Server 2008 Deployment

Windows Server 2008 includes a number of enhancements to the standard Windows deployment model. This course covers deployment options, BitLocker drive encryption, and network configuration considerations including DNS and IPv6. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-646 PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administration. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCITPro: Server Administrator certification.
  • recognize the most appropriate upgrade path to take, given a scenario
  • identify the requirements of BitLocker Drive Encryption
  • configure Group Policy to allow BitLocker without a compatible TPM
  • automate an unattended deployment of Windows Server 2008 using Windows Deployment Services
  • deploy Windows Server 2008
  • recognize examples of each type of IPv6 address
  • identify how IPv6 addresses the problems of IPv4
  • match new features of DNS to their descriptions
  • use the command line to configure DNS in Windows Server 2008
  • identify examples of valid DNS namespaces
  • configure forwarding for a DNS server
  • configure a DNS server and DNS forwarding

Planning Active Directory and Group Policy for Windows Server 2008

Windows Server 2008 includes many enhancements to Active Directory and Group Policy. This course covers new AD roles, such as RODC, new AD functional levels, new Group Policy features, and ADMX files. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-646 PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administration. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCITPro: Server Administrator certification.
  • install Active Directory Domain Services
  • match new AD DS features to their descriptions
  • install a read-only domain controller
  • match new RODC features to their descriptions
  • identify the requirements of AD DS security and recovery tools
  • match the AD DS auditing controls to their uses
  • create a forest trust
  • match the types of trusts to their purposes
  • design an Active Directory Infrastructure
  • recognize the functions of the new Group Policy features
  • recognize the enhancements to Group Policy
  • recognize how to create a custom base ADMX file
  • match examples of parts of an .admx file to their functions
  • create a central storage space for ADMX and ADML files
  • use the appropriate gpresult command to troubleshoot Group Policy
  • create a custom base ADMX file
  • create a central storage space for ADMX and ADML files
  • use the appropriate gpresult command

Windows Server 2008 Management and Delegation

Many new features have been introduced with Windows Server 2008 that make managing servers easier. The new Server Manager is an MMC console that integrates several management tools into a single intuitive interface and Windows PowerShell is a new command-line tool that helps you automate system administration. This course discusses system administration with Server Manager and PowerShell as well as system optimization using Event Viewer. Also covered are strategies for delegating authority across an enterprise. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-646 PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administration. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCITPro: Server Administrator certification.
  • recognize the functions of Windows Server 2008 administration tools
  • create a custom MMC console
  • manage event logs
  • create an event subscription
  • configure computers to forward and collect events
  • create a custom MMC console
  • manage event logs
  • create an event subscription
  • enable a computer to delegate selected services
  • delegate control of a group to a user or group
  • delegate tasks to a user or group
  • delegate authority in Windows Server 2008

Managing File Servers and Data Provisioning in Windows Server 2008

Using Windows Server 2008, you have the ability to share files and folders immediately after deployment without any special configuration. However, to optimize sharing and access more granular file sharing tools, the File Services role should be added. This course discusses planning for and managing servers with the File Services and Print Services role added. Also discussed are planning and deployment considerations for the Distributed File System (DFS), as well as DFS Replication. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-646 PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administration. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCITPro: Server Administrator certification.
  • recognize the functions of the File Services role services
  • provision and manage a shared folder
  • create a volume
  • recognize examples of how to use the main File Server Resource Manager features
  • modify permissions on a file or folder
  • add a print server to the Print Management console
  • create a custom printer view
  • use the Share and Storage Management role service
  • modify permissions
  • create a custom printer view
  • install DFS Management
  • create a DFS namespace
  • create a replication group
  • create a DFSR connection
  • configure DFSR
  • publish a replicated folder in a namespace
  • configure the advanced properties of a shared folder in the Share and Storage Management console
  • configure indexing on volumes and folders
  • create a DFS namespace
  • create a replication group
  • configure replication and publish a replicated folder in a namespace
  • configure offline data access and indexing

Windows Server 2008 Application Server Management and Application Provisioning

Windows Server 2008 builds on previous Windows Server Terminal Services capability and adds an all new and powerful virtualization hypervisor layer - Hyper-V. This course covers Terminal Services Web Access, RemoteApp, Gateway, Session Broker, and Licensing. This course also covers Hyper-V implementation and deployment. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-646 PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administration. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCITPro: Server Administrator certification.
  • perform the steps to prepare for a Terminal Server to host applications
  • install TS Web Access
  • add TS RemoteApp programs to a Terminal Server
  • install TS Gateway
  • deploy TS Session Broker
  • deploy TS Licensing
  • identify how to optimize Terminal Services
  • configure a terminal server to operate in Drain mode
  • perform the steps to prepare for a Terminal Server to host applications
  • add TS RemoteApp programs to a Terminal Server
  • configure TS Session Broker settings
  • configure a Terminal Server to operate in Drain mode
  • install the Hyper-V role
  • use Hyper-V to connect to a different virtual server system
  • install a guest OS
  • change the amount of RAM allocated to a guest session
  • configure how a guest session launches
  • apply a snapshot to a guest session image
  • enable server virtualization with Hyper-V
  • deploy a Hyper-V guest OS
  • apply a snapshot to a guest session image

Windows Server 2008 Application Servers and Services

The Windows Server 2008 Application Server role provides an environment for deploying and running server based applications. This course covers installation and configuration of the Application Server role and Microsoft System Center family of products – formerly known as Systems Management Server. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-646 PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administration. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCITPro: Server Administrator certification.
  • install the Application Server role
  • identify the functions of the Application Server role services
  • use Group Policy to deploy software packages
  • recognize how resiliency functions in applications
  • sequence the steps to deploy software using System Center Essentials
  • install the Application Server role
  • use Group Policy to deploy a software package

Patch Management and Securing and Monitoring Servers in Windows Server 2008

Developing an effective patch management strategy is critical in situations where there are many different operating systems with varying update requirements. This, along with monitoring the security and performance of business-critical servers, is the key to running an efficient Windows 2008 environment. This course discusses planning patch management strategies using Windows Server Update Services as well as monitoring the performance and security of servers using the Reliability and Performance Monitor tool and Windows System Resource Manager. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-646 PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administration. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCITPro: Server Administrator certification.
  • recognize the most appropriate way to deploy WSUS in a given scenario
  • install WSUS
  • use Group Policy to configure how Automatic Updates works
  • load the Group Policy administrative template
  • install WSUS
  • use Group Policy to configure Automatic Updates
  • set an audit policy on a domain
  • encrypt a folder
  • add a counter to Performance Monitor
  • create a Data Collector Set from a template
  • recognize ways of reducing performance monitoring overhead
  • install WSRM
  • differentiate between the tools used for capacity analysis and performance monitoring
  • monitor server security and performance in Windows Server 2008
  • recognize whether the appropriate audit policies have been enabled given a scenario

Certificate Services, SANs, and High Availability in Windows Server 2008

Active Directory Certificate Services is a built-in Certificate Authority that is included with Windows Server 2008. Certificate Authorities are responsible for issuing certificates that validate the identity of users and can be used to secure e-mail correspondence and for web-based authentication. This course discusses planning considerations for CA deployment as well as considerations for deploying storage area networks. High availability is another key consideration when implementing Windows Server 2008. This course covers planning for availability and scalability through the use of technologies such as Failover Clustering and Network Load Balancing. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-646 PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administration. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCITPro: Server Administrator certification.
  • set CA administrator and certificate manager security permissions for a Certificate Authority
  • recognize the different types of Certificate Authorities
  • configure automatic certificate enrollment on a template
  • configure an autoenrollment policy for a domain
  • use Group Policy to enable credential roaming for a domain
  • recognize the requirements for creating a LUN
  • recognize how a LUN works in Fiber Channel and iSCSI environments
  • set CA administrator and certificate manager security permissions for a Certificate Authority
  • enable credential roaming and configure certificate enrollment
  • recognize considerations for failover clusters and NLB clusters
  • create a failover cluster
  • recognize the appropriate failover cluster quorum model to deploy
  • create an NLB cluster
  • recognize which port rules filtering mode to use, given a requirement
  • create a failover cluster and an NLB cluster

Accessing Windows Networks Remotely in Windows Server 2008

One of the toughest challenges for a Network Administrator is protecting the network while accommodating a growing number of users that require remote access network connections. Windows Server 2008 provides numerous methods of connecting to remote networks as well as features used to keep networks secure. Discussed in this course are different types of remote access connectivity, along with the tunneling and authentication protocols available to secure these connections. This course explores planning Network Policy Servers, in addition to Network Access Protection which is used to enforce health policies on clients attempting to access the network. The course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-646 PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administration. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCITPro: Server Administrator certification.
  • enable the Routing and Remote Access Service
  • recognize the advantages of VPN tunneling protocols
  • configure Network Policy Server log file properties
  • categorize NAP components as client or server components
  • recognize the requirements for deploying NAP enforcement methods
  • enable the Routing and Remote Access service
  • configure Network Policy Server log file properties

Windows Server 2008 Backup and Recovery

Backing up and recovering data are two of the most important tasks that an administrator performs. A proper backup and recovery plan will ensure that data is not lost in the event of a system failure and applications and services will remain available. In this course you will learn how to back up files, folders, Active Directory, and other services using the Windows Server 2008 backup utility. Configuring Shadow Copies for shared folders is also discussed along with the recovery procedures for bringing data and services back online. This course is one in a series that covers the objectives for Microsoft exam 70-646 PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administration. Passing this exam completes the requirements for the MCITPro: Server Administrator certification.
  • schedule a backup using Windows Server Backup
  • perform a manual backup to remote storage
  • perform a separate System State backup
  • back up a Certificate Authority
  • create a shadow copy of a volume
  • use Windows Server Backup to schedule a backup
  • use the wbadmin.exe utility to perform backups
  • back up a certificate authority
  • create a shadow copy of a volume
  • recover a file using a shadow copy
  • recover a file using Windows Server Backup
  • recover a data volume
  • perform an Active Directory authoritative restore
  • perform a System State recovery for a domain controller
  • recover files using shadow copies and Windows Server Backup
  • recover a data volume
  • perform a System State restore and an Active Directory authoritative restore
  • create a backup and disaster recovery plan
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Microsoft Windows Server 2008: Server Administration e-learning bundle
  • Course ID:
    271448
  • Duration:
    n/a
  • Price:
    $349