Designed a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory and Network Infrastructure Designed Security for a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Installed, Configured, and Administered Microsoft Windows 2000, Windows XP Professional, or Microsoft Vista.
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It also explores using Server Manager to work with roles, features, and other aspects of server configuration like Automatic Updates.
Lessons • Server Manager Roles • Windows Server 2008 Features Lab 1: Configuring Windows Server 2008 • Initial Configuration Tasks • Server Manager Console • Server Manager Wizards After completing this module, students will be able to: • Describe Windows Server 2008 roles. Module 2: Next Generation Networking This module explains how to use new and improved networking features in Windows Server 2008, including server and domain isolation, IPv6, and DNS.
• Know the difference between IPv4 and IPv6 addresses. • Explain how DNS and Active Directory work together.
Course Outline Module 1: Configuring Windows Server 2008 This module explains how to install and configure Windows Server 2008.• Explain the new backup infrastructure, including Volume Shadow Copy Service.• Explain the difference between scheduled and manual backups.Introduction: This 3 day instructor-led course provides students with an understanding of Network Infrastructure technology in Windows Server 2008.This course is intended to allow individuals who already have experience with Network Infrastructure technology to upgrade their skills for Windows Server 2008.• Use key functionality and benefits of a Server Core installation, including adding and configuring Roles.• Manage the new backup infrastructure in Windows Server 2008, including Volume Shadow Copy service, scheduled and manual backups, media, the Universal Disk Format (UDF), and restoring data.• Configure Windows Server virtualization virtual machines. • Migrate Virtual Server 2005 virtual machines to Windows Server virtualization.Module 8: High Availability Features This module explains how to use failover clustering and network load balancing.• Describe and use new Windows Server Virtualization features to consolidate servers, provide for disaster recovery, and optimize server utilization.• Use failover clustering and load balancing to maintain a high level of network availability.