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70-642 R5 Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure

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Overview:

Do you want to go up the career ladder and make job role decisions pertaining to configuring Windows Server? The 70-642 R5 Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure course enhances the knowledge and skills of learners on how to configure and troubleshoot Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2. You will gain an understanding of fundamental technologies commonly used with Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2. .

The 70-642 R5 Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure is a comprehensive course that helps enhance the knowledge of network infrastructure configuration for those working in a networking enterprise environment. The course covers Network Policy Server, Network Access Protection, Network Storage, routing and remote access and compliance updates.

The course is internationally recognised and accredited to a training organisation and you will be issued an internationally recognised qualification following full completion of the 70-642 R5 Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure course.

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1Training offers the most convenient path to gain an internationally recognised qualification that will give you the opportunity to put into practice your skill and expertise in an enterprise or corporate environment. You can study at your own pace at 1Training and you will be provided with all the necessary material, tutorials, qualified course instructor and multiple free resources which include Free CV writing pack, Nus Discounted Card, Free career support and course demo to make your learning experience enriching and more rewarding.

Learning Outcomes?

  • Learn how to plan and configure IPv4 and IPv6 network infrastructure
  • Configure and troubleshoot secure routing and remote access
  • Control and monitor network storage
  • Monitor Windows Server 2008 and Windows R2 network infrastructure services
  • Install, configure and troubleshoot Network Policy Server Role Service
  • Recovery data on Windows Server 2008
  • Configure and troubleshoot network file and print service

Course Curriculum

  • Module 01: Understanding and Configuring IP
  • Module 02: Configuring IP Based Solutions
  • Module 03: Understanding IP Routing
  • Module 04: Connecting Windows to the LAN
  • Module 05: Securing the Client, Network, and Communications
  • Module 06: Managing Files
  • Module 07: Monitoring Systems
  • Module 08: Managing Printers
  • Module 09: Securing Windows Through Updates

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course.  The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the lectures at anytime.

This Course is intended for?

  • System Administrators
  • Network Administrators
  • Learners with a background in networking
  • Enterprise Administrators
  • Anyone who is interested in expanding their knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server

Entry Requirements

This course requires learners to have an intermediate knowledge of Windows Server operating systems including Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2008 R2.

Assessment

You will be tested on your ability to accomplish technical tasks listed under the Course Curriculum. There is a percentage that indicates the weight of each major topic on the exam as stated in the official website.

As it is an official exam, learners will have to purchase it separately on the relevant website.

Certification

Those who successfully complete the exam will be awarded a certificate in 70-642 R5 Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure.

Awarding Body

The certificate will be awarded by Microsoft. This internationally recognised qualification will make your CV standout and encourage employers to see your motivation at expanding your skills and knowledge in the IT enterprise.

Career Path and Salary

Once you successfully complete 70-642 R5 Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure you will be qualified to work in the following positions. The 70-642 R5 Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure qualification will also put you in line to demand a higher salary or job promotion. The average UK salary per annum according to https://www.payscale.com is given below.

  • Network Engineer – £30,553 per annum
  • System Administrators – £25,422 per annum
  • Server Administrator – £31,335 per annum
  • Network Administrator – £25,250 per annum

Other Benefits

  • Written and designed by the industry’s finest expert instructors with over 15 years of experience
  • Repeat and rewind all your lectures and enjoy a personalised learning experience
  • Gain access to quality video tutorials
  • Unlimited 12 months access from anywhere, anytime
  • Excellent Tutor Support Service (Monday to Friday)
  • Save time and money on travel
  • Learn at your convenience and leisure
  • Quizzes, tests mock exams, practice exams to ensure you are 100% ready
  • Eligible for a NUS discount card
  • Free Career Support Service
  • 25% Discount on personal Statement and covering letter writing service
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Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

Course Curriculum Total Units : 269
➤ Modules 01 - Understanding And Configuring Ip
Lesson 1: Introducing The Osi Model
1.1 Understanding the Network Layers
1.2 7 Layers of the OSI
1.3 Encapsulation / De-Encapsulation
1.4 Comparing the OSI and TCP/IP Models
Lesson 2: How Ipv4 Works
2.1 IPv4 Address Structure
2.2 Why the Subnet Mask
2.3 How to Convert Binary to Decimal and Vice-Versa
2.4 Understanding What Routing and Default Gateways Are
2.5 Discussion of RFC 1918
Lesson 3: Subnets And Supernets
3.1 What is Subnetting
3.2 What is Supernetting
3.3 Draw On Supernetting Example
3.4 Demo – Testing Connectivity
Lesson 4: What's New With Ipv6
4.1 Introducing IPv6
4.2 IPv6 Address Types
4.3 IPv6 Transition Technologies
Lesson 5: Configuring Windows With An Ipv4 Address
5.1 Configuring Networking Properties for Vista and 2008 Server
5.2 Viewing Network Connections
5.3 Network Connection Components
5.4 Methods of Configuring and Verifying an IP Address
5.5 Troubleshooting Network Connectivity
5.6 Demo – Configuring IP
5.7 Chapter 01 Review
➤ Module 02 - Configuring Ip Based Solutions
Lesson 1: Why Use A Dhcp Server
1.1 What are DHCP Address Assignments?
1.2 Configuring the Address Leases
1.3 Understanding the DHCP Scope
1.4 SuperScope
1.5 DHCP Class Options
1.6 DHCP Sizing
1.7 Adding the DHCP Server Role
1.8 Authorizing the DHCP Server
1.9 What is the DHCPv6 Stateless Role?
1.10 Demo – DHCP
1.11 Demo – DHCP Options
Lesson 2: Creating Dhcp Servers For Your Network
2.1 Post-Installation Tasks
2.2 Other DHCP Options
2.3 DHCP Relay Agent
2.4 Post Installation Management Concerns
2.5 DHCP Database Files
2.6 DHCP on the Server Core
Lesson 3: How Windows Performs Name To Ip Resolution
3.1 Name Resolution Methods in Windows
3.2 What’s New with 2008 R2
3.3 Broadcast Name Resolution
3.4 WINS Server Name Resolution
Lesson 4: Configuring Windows To Use Dns
4.1 Specifying DNS Servers
4.2 The Suffix Search List
4.3 DNS Forwarding Options
4.4 Cache Locking
4.5 How to Clear the Client’s Cache
4.6 Using Dynamic Update Settings
4.7 Demo – DNS Client
Lesson 5: How Does Dns Really Work
5.1 First Some Definitions
5.2 How a DNS Query Works
5.3 DNS Query Example
5.4 DNS Query Illustrated
5.5 Forwarders
5.6 How Caching Works
5.7 Demo – Name Resolution
Lesson 6: Deploying Dns Servers
6.1 Zone Transfers
6.2 Securing Zone Transfers
6.3 DNS on DC Deployment
6.4 Using Server-Core for DNS Services
6.5 Making a Stand-Alone or Member-Server DNS
6.6 Configuring a Caching-only DNS Server
6.7 Configuring Server Properties
6.8 DNSSEC
6.9 Zone Delegation
6.10 Demo – Configuring DNS
Lesson 7: Dns Configurable Options
7.1 Integrating WINS records into DNS
7.2 Aging and Scavenging
7.3 Demo – Global Names Zone
Lesson 8: Managing Different Types Of Dns Zones
8.1 How to Create Zones
8.2 The Scope of AD Zone Replication
8.3 Creating and Using the Forward and/or Reverse Lookup Zone
8.4 Using Dynamic Updates
8.5 Exploring the Built-in Resource Records
8.6 DNS Record Options
8.7 Round Robin
8.8 TTL
8.9 Weight
8.10 Netmask Ordering
8.11 DNSUpdateProxy Group
Lesson 9: Configuring Zone Replication And Transfers
9.1 Configure a Zone Replication Scope for Active Directory
9.2 Choosing Zone Replication Scope
9.3 Creating Custom Application Directory Partitions
9.4 Zone Transfers
9.5 Implementing Stub Zones
9.6 Demo – Secondary Zone
9.7 Chapter 02 Review
➤ Module 03 - Understanding Ip Routing
Lesson 1: Routing Explained
1.1 Routing Overview
1.2 Routing Process
1.3 Tools Used to Verify Routing
Lesson 2: Router Communication Protocols
2.1 Routing Protocols
2.2 RIP – Detail
2.3 Other Routing Options
2.4 Routing and Remote Access
2.5 Demo – IP Routing
2.6 Demo – Routing Protocols
2.7 Chapter 03 Review
➤ Module 04 - Connecting Windows To The Lan
Lesson 1: Nat Explained
1.1 NAT Concepts
1.2 Windows 2008 NAT Options
Lesson 2: Making Nat Work
2.1 Configuring ICS
2.2 Configuring NAT using RRAS
2.3 Troubleshooting NAT
Lesson 3: Remote Access To Other Networks
3.1 Remote Access Overview
3.2 Configuring VPN Connections
3.3 Configuring Dial-Up Server
3.4 Configuring the VPN Server
3.5 Other Options
3.6 Testing Connectivity
3.7 Demo – VPN Connections
Lesson 4: Wifi Basics
4.1 Wireless Networking Concepts
4.2 Wireless Networking Standards
4.3 Wireless Security Standards
4.4 Wireless Infrastructure
4.5 Authenticating Wireless with Windows Server 2008
4.6 Connecting to Wireless Networks
4.7 Best Practices
4.8 Demo – Wireless Network
4.9 Demo – Wireless Group Policy
4.10 Chapter 04 Review
➤ Module 05 - Securing The Client, Network, And Communications
Lesson 1: Communication Security: Ipsec
1.1 Explaining IPSec
1.2 IPSec Policies
1.3 Understanding Connection Security Rules
1.4 Security Associations
1.5 How IPSec Establishes Connections
1.6 What Authentication Methods can be used with IPSec
Lesson 2: Enforcing Ipsec With Policies
2.1 Looking at the Predefined IPSec Policies
2.2 Using the IPSec Security Rule Wizard
2.3 IPSec Negotiations
2.4 Name Resolution Policy Table
2.5 Name Resolution Policy Table Continued
2.6 Using the Connection Security Rule Wizard
2.7 Demo – IPSec
Lesson 3: Network Security With Nap
3.1 Concepts of NAP
3.2 System Health Agents and Validators
3.3 The NAP Process
3.4 Planning for NAP Deployment
3.5 Installing and Configuring NAP
3.6 What Is NAP Tracing?
3.7 Configuring NAP Tracing
Lesson 4: Client Security With Windows Firewall
4.1 Why Firewalls are Important
4.2 Outbound Filtering
4.3 Inbound Filtering
4.4 Custom Rules
4.5 NEW-Firewall Scope
4.6 Using Group Policies
4.7 Policy Options
4.8 Policy Options Continued
4.9 Authorizing Connections
4.10 IPSec DoS Defense
4.11 IPSec DoS Defense Continued
4.12 Isolation Illustrated
4.13 Demo – Windows Firewall Inbound
4.14 Demo – Windows Firewall Outbound
Lesson 5: Other Security Solutions
5.1 IPSec Rules
5.2 802.1x Configuration
5.3 Configuring DHCP
5.4 Configuring NAP Components
5.5 Configuring SHVs
5.6 Configuring Network Policies
5.7 Demo – Install NAP
5.8 Demo – NPS
5.9 Demo – SHV
5.10 Demo – Health Policy
5.11 Chapter 05 Review
➤ Module 06 - Managing Files
Lesson 1: Working With File Security
1.1 NTFS Files Permissions
1.2 NTFS Permissions
1.3 Methods of Securing Files
Lesson 2: Server Role - File Services
2.1 The File Services Server Role
2.2 FSRM
2.3 Using Quotas
2.4 Configuring Quotas
2.5 Quotas
2.6 Quota Options
2.7 Quota Template
2.8 File Screening
2.9 File Screen Groups
2.10 File Screen Templates
2.11 Storage Reports
2.12 Report Task
Lesson 3: Using Dfs
3.1 Sharing Folders
3.2 Offline Files
3.3 DFS Overview
3.4 Installing DFS
3.5 Type of DFS
3.6 How DFS Namespaces Work (Domain Based)
3.7 Creating the DFS NameSpace
3.8 DFS Configuration
3.9 DFS Replication
3.10 DFS Replication Continued
3.11 High Availability for DFS
3.12 DFS Scalability
3.13 How DFS-R Works
3.14 How DFS-R Works Continued
3.15 Demo – DFS
Lesson 4: Using Efs
4.1 EFS
4.2 How to Encrypt a File/Folder
4.3 Sharing Encrypted Files
4.4 Configuring EFS Using GPS
4.5 Other File Options
4.6 Bit Locker
4.7 Access-Based Enumeration (ABE)
4.8 Branch Cache
4.9 Demo – File Security
4.10 Demo – EFS
Lesson 5: Performing A Backup And Restore
5.1 Shadow Copies
5.2 Managing Shadow Copies
5.3 Windows Server Backup
5.4 Volume Snapshot Service
5.5 Recovery
5.6 Demo – Back Up
5.7 Chapter 06 Review
➤ Module 07 - Monitoring Systems
Lesson 1: How To Install And Use Network Monitor And Snmp
1.1 Installing Network Monitor
1.2 Analyze Network Data
1.3 SNMP
1.4 SNMP Continued
1.5 Demo – Network Monitor
Lesson 2: Windows Performance And Reliability Monitoring
2.1 Performance Monitor
2.2 Reliability Monitor
2.3 Built-In Data Collector Sets
2.4 Demo – WRPM
Lesson 3: Looking At Event Logs
3.1 Types of Event Logs
3.2 Creating Custom Views
3.3 Attaching Tasks to Events
3.4 Attaching Tasks to Events Continued
Lesson 4: Configuring Event Forwarding
4.1 Event Forwarding Concepts
4.2 How to Configure Event Forwarding
4.3 Configuring the Collecting Computer
4.4 Creating a Subscription
4.5 Configure Event Forwarding Using HTTPS
4.6 Demo – Monitoring Events
4.7 Chapter 07 Review
➤ Module 08 - Managing Printers
Lesson 1: Server Role - Print Services
1.1 Installing the Print Services Server Role
1.2 Installing Printers
Lesson 2: How To Share Printers
2.1 Sharing Printers
2.2 Publishing Printers to Active Directory
2.3 Deploy Printer Connections
2.4 Importing/Exporting Print Queue’s
2.5 Printer Pooling
2.6 Printer Priority
2.7 Managing Internet Printing
2.8 Generating Notifications
2.9 Migrating Printers
2.10 Managing Printers with the CLI
2.11 Printer Permissions
2.12 Demo – Managing Printers
2.13 Demo – Web Printing
2.14 Chapter 08 Review
➤ Module 09 - Securing Windows Through Updates
Lesson 1: What Is Windows Server Update Services?
1.1 WSUS Overview
1.2 WSUS Architecture
1.3 WSUS Minimum Requirements
Lesson 2: Planning & Deploying The Wsus Installation
2.1 Planning for the WSUS Installation
2.2 Auditing Updates
Lesson 3: Using Windows Server Update Services
3.1 WSUS
3.2 How to Troubleshoot Update Problems
3.3 How to Remove Updates
3.4 Demo – Install WSUS
3.5 WSUS Administration
Lesson 4: Using Wsus
4.1 Lesson 4: Using WSUS
4.2 Update Selection
4.3 Client Settings
4.4 Using Group Policy
4.5 Managing Computer Groups
4.6 Disconnected Networks
4.7 WSUS Illustrated
4.8 Test and Approval
4.9 Chapter 09 Review
4.10 Course Closure
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