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70-647 Windows Server Enterprise Administration

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Overview:

Do you want to climb the career ladder and make job role decisions around maintaining Windows Server? The 70-647 Windows Server Enterprise Administration course teaches learners how to maintain the Windows Server 2008 R2 environment. This course enhances the ability of the learner to choose the appropriate windows server solution for design requirement and the capabilities to perform domain-wide administration tasks. The goal of the course is to help learners develop hands-on experience as an Enterprise Administrator for windows server 2008.

The 70-647 Windows Server Enterprise Administration course covers a broad range of topics on planning for active directory, active directory issues, network infrastructure, active directory administration, using remote desktop services, deploying windows 2008 to small and medium size enterprises and application setup. You will also learn how to support PKI, securing the network, understand various virtualisation solutions, make data secure and protect the enterprise environment and offer windows 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 70-647 Windows Server Enterprise Administration course.

Why consider 1Training?

As improvements and advancements are made in technology, online courses are no longer just conventional means of studying at affordable costs. In many aspects online training offers superiority to traditional learning. There is an effectiveness and convenience that traditional learning cannot provide. The overall convenience and flexibility makes it a superior learning method.

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 configure DHCP and DHCP relay agent
  • Configure DNS to implement DNS naming strategy
  • Create and manage active directory trusts
  • Configure domain-wide account policies
  • Configure active directory replication
  • Manage UNIX integration services

Course Curriculum

  • Module 01: Planning for Active Directory
  • Module 02: Network Infrastructure
  • Module 03: Advanced Active Directory Issues
  • Module 04: Active Directory Administration
  • Module 05: Deploying Windows 2008 to the Small/Medium Office
  • Module 06: Using Remote Desktop Services and Application Setup
  • Module 07: Securing the Network
  • Module 08: Supporting PKI
  • Module 09: Virtualization Solutions
  • Module 10: Windows Updates
  • Module 11: Making Data Secure and Available

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?

  • IT Professionals
  • System Administrators
  • Network Administrators
  • Learners with a background in IT
  • Technical assistants looking to use Windows Server 2008 R2 environment in their enterprise and find more effective ways to perform current functions
  • Anyone who is interested in expanding their knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server

Entry Requirements

This course is recommended for learners knowledgeable in Windows 2008 and network infrastructure.

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 70-647 Windows Server Enterprise Administration.

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 70-647 Windows Server Enterprise Administration you will be qualified to work in the following positions. The 70-647 Windows Server Enterprise Administration 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.

  • IT Support Engineer – £22,081 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
  • Free Access to Over 150 courses for 2 days (48 hours)
  • Free access to course before you purchase (For selected courses only)

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 : 303
➤ Module 01: Planning For Active Directory
Course Introduction
Lesson 1: Logical Design
1.1 The Forest
1.2 How Will AD DS be Used?
1.3 Requirements
1.4 How Many Forests are Needed?
1.5 Forest Model
1.6 Domains
1.7 Requirements (Cont.)
1.8 The Domain Model
1.9 How Many Domains?
1.10 Upgrade or Create New Domains
1.11 The First Domain
1.12 Functional Levels
1.13 Domain Functional Level Features
1.14 Functional Levels (Cont.)
1.15 Forest Functional Level Features
1.16 Schema
1.17 Working with Trusts
1.18 Demo – Creating a New Forest
1.19 Demo – Creating a New Tree
Lesson 2: Physical Topology
2.1 Physical Networks
2.2 Review of Domain Controller Replication
2.3 Site Design Options
2.4 Site Replication Design
2.5 Site Links
2.6 Site Link Bridging
2.7 Site Replication Example
2.8 Domain Controller Placement
2.9 Printer Location Policies
2.10 Demo – Creating Sites and IP Subnets
2.11 Demo – Creating Site Link Bridges
2.12 Chapter 01 Review
➤ Module 02: Network Infrastructure
Lesson 1: Dns
1.1 DNS Considerations
1.2 DNS Record Types
1.3 Using DNS with Windows 2008 Server
1.4 The Stub Zone
1.5 DNS Options
1.6 Managing DNS
1.7 New DNS Features with Windows 2008 Server
1.8 Replacing WINS
1.9 IPv6 Support
1.10 Background Zone Loading
1.11 RODC
1.12 Designing the DNS Infrastructure
1.13 Choosing a Zone Type
1.14 Miscellaneous DNS Options
1.15 Demo – Exploring DNS
1.16 Demo – Creating GlobalNames Zone
Lesson 2: Planning Ip Distribution
2.1 Introducing IPv6
2.2 Examples of IPv6 Abbreviation
2.3 Introducing IPv6 (Cont.)
2.4 The IPv6 Multicast
2.5 Advantages of IPv6
2.6 IPv4 to IPv6 Compatibility
2.7 Transitioning to IPv6
2.8 IPv6 Tools
2.9 Configure IPv6
2.10 Verifying IPv6
2.11 Troubleshooting
2.12 Designing an IPv6 Network
2.13 Demo – Configuring IPv6
2.14 Demo – Testing IPv6
2.15 Chapter 02 Review
➤ Module 03: Advanced Active Directory Issues
Lesson 1: Migration Strategies
1.1 Planning and Preparing to Move to Windows 2008 Server
1.2 Domain Upgrade
1.3 Preparing for the Upgrade
1.4 Domain Restructure
1.5 Upgrade then Restructure
1.6 Cross Forest Trust
1.7 Demo – Raising Domain Functional Level
Lesson 2: Working With Other Forests
2.1 One Solution: AD FS
2.2 What is AD FS?
2.3 AD FS Roles
2.4 AD FS Example
2.5 MS Identity Lifecycle Manager 2007 FP1
2.6 Working with UNIX
2.7 Imitating UNIX
2.8 Migration of UNIX NIS to Windows NIS
2.9 Imitating UNIX Continued
2.10 Working with NFS
2.11 Chapter 03 Review
➤ Module 04: Active Directory Administration
Lesson 1: Active Directory Administration
1.1 Delegation of Control
1.2 Delegating Active Directory
1.3 Data Management
1.4 Service Management
1.5 Scope of Delegated Administration
1.6 Administration Models
1.7 Using Groups for Delegation
1.8 Management Roles
1.9 Service Management (Cont.)
1.10 Data Roles
1.11 Types of Trusts
1.12 Delegation of Data Management
1.13 Starter GPOs
1.14 Group Policy Modeling
1.15 Auditing AD DS
1.16 AD Auditing
1.17 Looking at the Organizational Structure
1.18 Demo – Delegation of Control
1.19 Demo – AD Auditing
Lesson 2: Using Group Policies
2.1 Understanding the Group Policy Infrastructure
2.2 Guidelines for Planning GPOs
2.3 GPOs and Active Directory
2.4 Understanding Domains
2.5 Domain Services Store
2.6 Controlling Hardware Installation with GPOs
2.7 Which GPO Settings Control Hardware Installation
2.8 AAA
2.9 Stronger Authentication
2.10 Fine-Grained Password Policies
2.11 How to Use PSOs
2.12 Demo – Creating PSO
2.13 Chapter 04 Review
➤ Module 05: Deploying Windows 2008 To The Small/medium Office
Lesson 1: Small/medium Office
1.1 Services Needed in the Small/Medium Office
1.2 The DSMGMT Service
1.3 Components Often Needed in the ROBO
1.4 Optional Components Used for the ROBO
1.5 More on the Server Core
1.6 Should You Install a Domain Controller?
1.7 Other DC Options
1.8 Services to Consider at the ROBO
1.9 Communication Options
1.10 WAN Connections
1.11 Securing Traffic
1.12 Tunnel Diagram Example
Lesson 2: Small/medium Server Security
2.1 Overview of Security
2.2 Security Training
2.3 Security at the Branch
2.4 Server Hardening
2.5 Secure Options for the ROBO
2.6 RODC
2.7 RODC Password Replication Policy
2.8 RODC Operation
2.9 Securing Data
2.10 EFS
2.11 BitLocker
2.12 NAP
2.13 Demo – Creating an RODC
2.14 Demo – Using SCW
2.15 Chapter 05 Review
➤ Module 06: Using Remote Desktop Services And Application Setup
Lesson 1: Planning For Remote Desktop Services
1.1 Planning and Deploying Remote Desktop Services
1.2 RDS Components
1.3 Demo – Installing Remote Desktop Services
Lesson 2: License Server
2.1 Licensing
2.2 Types of Licenses
2.3 Maintaining the License Server
2.4 License Server Deployment
Lesson 3: Deploying Applications
3.1 RDS Web Access
3.2 RemoteApp
3.3 RemoteApp Deployment
3.4 RDS Load Balancing
3.5 Planning RDS Gateway Servers
3.6 RDS Gateway Server Connection
3.7 Using GPO to Deploy Applications
3.8 Publishing Software
3.9 Assigning Software with GPOs
3.10 Installing Software by GPO
3.11 Deploying Software with SC Essentials
3.12 SCCM 2007
3.13 SCCM 2007 Architecture
3.14 SCCM 2007 Client
3.15 SCCM 2007 Application Deployment
3.16 Demo – Accessing RDS Web Access
3.17 Chapter 06 Review
➤ Module 07: Securing The Network
Lesson 1: Designing A Secure Perimeter
1.1 Designing the Perimeter
1.2 The Border Network
1.3 Perimeter Network
1.4 Internal Network
1.5 Perimeter Firewall
1.6 Firewall Options
1.7 ISA Server
1.8 ISA Server Deployment
1.9 What Else Can Be Found in the Perimeter?
1.10 Web Servers in the Perimeter
1.11 Setting Up Remote Access
1.12 VPN Tunneling Protocols
1.13 PPTP
1.14 L2TP
1.15 SSTP
1.16 Authenticating Connections
1.17 Securing VPN Servers
1.18 Authentication using RADIUS
1.19 Microsoft RADIUS
1.20 RADIUS Security
1.21 RADIUS Proxy Options
Lesson 2: Introducing Nap
2.1 Network Access Protection
2.2 Where Do You Find NAP?
2.3 NAP Considerations
2.4 NAP Provides Another Layer of Security With IPSec
2.5 Disadvantages of NAP
2.6 NAP IPSec Enforcement
2.7 More NAP Component Needs
2.8 NAP VPN Enforcement
2.9 802.1X NAP Enforcement
2.10 802.1X Enforcement
2.11 NAP and DHCP
2.12 DHCP/NAP Considerations
2.13 NAP Illustrated
Lesson 3: Domain And Server Isolation
3.1 Isolation
3.2 Domain Isolation
3.3 Comparing Server and Domain Isolation
3.4 Chapter 07 Review
➤ Module 08: Supporting Pki
Lesson 1: What Is Pki?
1.1 Concepts
1.2 Applications Use of PKI
1.3 Certificate Use Illustration
1.4 Who is Issued a Certificate
1.5 PKI Security
1.6 Security Policies
1.7 Business Requirements
1.8 External Needs
1.9 AD Needs
Lesson 2: The Ca Hierarchy
2.1 The CA Infrastructure
2.2 CA Hierarchy Illustration
2.3 When to Use an Internal CA
2.4 When to Use an External CA
2.5 MS ADCS
2.6 Enterprise vs. Standalone
2.7 How Many CAs are Needed?
2.8 Demo – Installing CA
Lesson 3: Managing Certificates
3.1 Enrollment Methods
3.2 Enrollment Policies
3.3 Improving Control over Certificate Issuance
3.4 Automatic vs. Manual Certificate Approval
3.5 How to Do Enrollment
3.6 Certificate Renewal Strategies
3.7 Certificate Revocation Policy
3.8 Issues with CRLs
3.9 Publication Points
3.10 Demo – Working with Certificates
3.11 Chapter 08 Review
➤ Module 09: Virtualization Solutions
Lesson 1: Using Virtualization
1.1 Benefits to Virtualization
1.2 Virtualization Solutions
1.3 Choosing What to Virtualize
1.4 Managing Virtualized Servers
1.5 What Can Be Virtualized
1.6 Migrating P2V
1.7 The Power of SCVMM
1.8 SCVMM Components
1.9 SCVMM Illustrated
1.10 Managing VMs at the Branch Office
1.11 Demo – Working With Hyper-V
1.12 Demo – Creating a Virtual Windows 2008 Server
Lesson 2: Planning Virtualization For Applications
2.1 Microsoft SoftGrid
2.2 When Should You Use SoftGrid
2.3 Designing Application Virtualization
2.4 Branch Office Deployments
2.5 Chapter 09 Review
➤ Module 10: Windows Updates
Lesson 1: Wsus
1.1 The Windows Server Update Services Infrastructure
1.2 Consider WSUS
1.3 Managing WSUS
1.4 WSUS Design
1.5 WSUS Administration
1.6 Update Deployment
1.7 WSUS Hierarchy Illustrated
1.8 Policies for Updates
1.9 Planning Automatic Approvals
1.10 SC Essentials
1.11 SCCM 2007
1.12 Demo – Installing WSUS
1.13 Demo – Exploring WSUS
Lesson 2: Software Update Compliance
2.1 MBSA
2.2 WSUS Reports
2.3 SCCM 2007 Compliance and Reporting
2.4 SCW
2.5 SCWCMD
2.6 Best Practices of Role Based Security Policies
2.7 Demo – Using MBSA
2.8 Chapter 10 Review
➤ Module 11: Making Data Secure And Available
Lesson 1: Sharing And Collaborating Your Data
1.1 DFS
1.2 Advanced DFS
1.3 DFS Replication, Settings, and Features
1.4 DFS Design Checklist
1.5 Collaboration
1.6 WSS Feature Set
1.7 WSS Deployment
1.8 MOSS 2007
1.9 Demo – Installing WSS
1.10 Demo – Exploring WSS
Lesson 2: Protecting Data At Rest
2.1 BitLocker
2.2 BitLocker Authentication
2.3 BitLocker Design Thoughts
2.4 EFS
2.5 EFS Best Practices
2.6 AD RMS
2.7 Using RMS
2.8 RMS Policy Elements
2.9 RMS Illustrated
2.10 Demo – Using EFS
Lesson 3: System Recoverability And Availability
3.1 AD DS Backup
3.2 AD DS Backup Utilities
3.3 AD DS Recovery
3.4 Authoritative Restore
3.5 Authoritative Restore Illustrated
3.6 AD DS Service
3.7 Working with FSMOs
3.8 Scalability
3.9 NLB
3.10 NLB Illustrated
3.11 Failover Clustering
3.12 Cluster Prerequisites
3.13 Demo – AD DS Backup
3.14 Chapter 11 Review
3.15 Course Closure
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