This five-day instructor-led course introduces students to network and applications infrastructure concepts and configurations provided by Window Server 2008. Students will be able to acquire a fundamental understanding in order to pursue advanced topics available for certification in the network and applications infrastructure areas.
Module 1: Fundamentals of Network Infrastructure This module describes the fundamentals of an enterprise networking environment, which consists of Windows Infrastructure Services, Windows Application Platform Services, and Active Directory.
Module 2: IT Professionals in the Enterprise This module describes the IT Professional roles (and their respective responsibilities) that may exist in a typical enterprise environment.
Module 3: Configuring Basic TCP/IPv4 This module describes the TCP/IPv4 configuration, protocols and the tools used to validate configurations.
Module 4: Managing Fundamentals of Communication Technologies This module describes static and dynamic HTTP content, how to differentiate between the two, and the various mechanisms used by TCP/IPv4 to send and receive data traffic.
Module 5: Creating IPv4 Address Spaces This module describes static and dynamic HTTP content, how to differentiate between the two, and the various mechanisms used by TCP/IPv4 to send and receive data traffic.
Module 6: IPv6 Fundamentals This module introduces IPv6, describes the differences between IPV4 and IPv6, and explains how to configure IPv6 addresses.
Module 7: Fundamentals of Administering Windows Server This module explains how to use the administrative tools available in Windows 2008 server to monitor system performance, monitor system status, and manage a server from a remote computer rather than the server console.
Module 8: Security Fundamentals This module introduces basic industry standard security concepts for server roles.
Module 9: Fundamentals of Securing Network Communication This module describes how to secure network traffic by using certificates.
Module 10: Windows Firewall and Caching Fundamentals This module introduces basic industry standard security concepts for server roles.
Module 11: Remote Access Fundamentals This module explains how to configure network policies, configure a radius proxy, and how to troubleshoot NPS as a radius proxy.
Module 12: Routing Fundamentals This module describes routing concepts and protocols, and explains how quality of service can be used within a network environment.
Module 13: Network Load Balancing Fundamentals This module explains how to configure and test network load balancing.
Module 14: Configuring Print Resources and Printing Pools This module explains how to configure network print resources and printing pools.
Module 15: Server Virtualization Overview This module describes the fundamental functions included with Windows Server Virtualization (WSV).
This course is intended for IT Professionals experienced on the technologies included in Windows Server 2000 and Windows Server 2003, and who hold an MCSE or MCSA certification and/or equivalent knowledge.