To demonstrate how to implement, manage, and maintain network security and Software Update Services (SUS)
- Administering a secure network in Windows Server 2003 - provide an overview of how security is implemented in a Windows Server 2003 environment.
- Implementing security in Windows Server 2003 - follow the steps to implement network security and review security settings.
- Creating a security baseline in Windows Server 2003 - create a security baseline for a computer.
- Installing SUS in Windows Server 2003 - install SUS and configure automatic updates on a client.
- Configuring SUS in Windows Server 2003 - configure Software Update Services (SUS) to manage server synchronization, update approval, backup, and restoration of SUS data.
- Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 SUS infrastructure - synchronize servers for software updates, manage updates, and back up the Software Update Services (SUS) configuration.
- Viewing and verifying Kerberos in Windows Server 2003 - use the appropriate tools to view Kerberos and verify its operation.
- Introducing IPSec in Windows Server 2003 - sequence the steps involved in IPSec network traffic processing.
- Implementing IPSec in Windows Server 2003 - use IPsec to secure an IP-based network.
- Creating an IPSec policy in Windows Server 2003 - create an IPSec policy.
- Monitoring IPSec in Windows Server 2003 - follow the steps to obtain IPSec policy information.
- Using IPSec Monitor in Windows Server 2003 - monitor IPSec.
Managers, IT consultants, analysts, network administrators, and support professionals tasked with managing a Windows 2003 network infrastructure; students preparing for certification in Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) programs