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Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
This series is designed to help learners prepare for the qualifying exam for the Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) and the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) certifications. This series covers topics on creating the conceptual design by gathering and analyzing business and technical requirements, creating the logical design for an active directory infrastructure, creating the logical design for a network services infrastructure, and creating the physical design for an active directory and network infrastructure.
Audience:
This series is for anyone preparing for the Microsoft Certification Exam 70-297 or for anyone who wants to learn more about Windows Server 2003 infrastructure.

Features:
●  A glossary
●  A Skill Assessment

Certification:
MCSE 70-297

Topics included in this course:
Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:1 Assessing the Environment 
Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:2 Developing the Active Directory Infrastructure Design
Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:3 Developing the Network Services Design
Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:4 Designing Logical Components 
Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:5 Name Resolution  
Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:6 Remote Access and Address Management 
Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:7 Service Placement and Sizing
Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:8 The Physical Design  
Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:9 Practice Exam

Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:1 Assessing the Environment 
Summary:
This course explains how to assess your company's business and technical environment in preparation for implementing Windows Server 2003.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Analyze the impact of Active Directory on the existing technical environment.
Analyze security requirements for the Active Directory directory service.
Identify network topology and performance levels.
Analyze the impact of the infrastructure design on the existing technical environment.

Topics:
Administrative models
Assessing the current model
Formulating new models
Service levels
Hardware and software deployments
Interoperability
Assessing the current domain model
Infrastructure placement
Analyzing DNS namespaces
Assessing DNS infrastructure
Analyzing network topography
Creating a network map
Analyzing network performance
Assessing impact of proposed designs
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Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:2 Developing the Active Directory Infrastructure Design
Summary:
This course details how to design the Active Directory infrastructure for a Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Design the Active Directory infrastructure to meet business and technical requirements.
Design the envisioned administration model.
Create the conceptual design of the Active Directory forest structure.
Create the conceptual design of the Active Directory domain structure.
Design the Active Directory replication strategy
Create the conceptual design of the organizational unit (OU) structure.

Topics:
Designing the administrative model
Defining the forest design
Forest models
Ownership
Creating a domain design
Domain names and hierarchies
Domain models
Trees and domains
Developing an OU model
OU design models
Developing a replication design
Replication models
Replication topology options
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Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:3 Developing the Network Services Design
Summary:
This course explains how to design the network services infrastructure for a Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Design the network services infrastructure to meet business and technical requirements.
Create the conceptual design of the DNS infrastructure.
Create the conceptual design of the WINS infrastructure.
Create the conceptual design of the DHCP infrastructure.
Create the conceptual design of the Remote Access infrastructure.

Topics:
Developing DNS designs
DNS design features
DNS and the Internet
DNS and Active Directory
Developing WINS designs
DHCP design principles
DHCP design features
Developing a Remote Access strategy
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Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:4 Designing Logical Components 
Summary:
This course explains how to design the logical components (organizational units, user accounts, and security groups) of a Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Design an OU structure.
Design a security group strategy.
Design a user and computer authentication strategy.
Design a user and computer account strategy.
Design an Active Directory naming strategy.
Design migration paths to Active Directory.

Topics:
Defining standards
Defining a forest structure and hierarchy
Naming a forest
Domains in the forest
Assessing and defining a migration path
Defining authentication mechanisms
Trusts and collaboration
Designing the organizational unit model
OU design and group policy
Group policy requirements
Group policy and delegation
Group policy settings
Exploring groups
Exploring roles
Defining replication topology
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Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:5 Name Resolution  
Summary:
This course provides an overview of the name resolution capabilities of Windows Server 2003 and explains how to incorporate DNS into a Windows Server 2003 network design.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Design a DNS name resolution strategy.
Design a NetBIOS name resolution strategy.
Design a Remote Access strategy.
Design a DNS strategy for interoperability with UNIX Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) to support Active Directory.
Identify DNS interoperability with Active Directory, WINS, and DHCP.

Topics:
Understanding DNS design
DNS design options
DNS interoperability
DNS zones
DNS requirements
DNS zone placement
Delegation and security
DNS servers
WINS design strategy
WINS topologies
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Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:6 Remote Access and Address Management 
Summary:
This course explains how to design a strategy for Remote Access in a Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Design security for Remote Access users.
Design a Remote Access strategy.
Design an IP address assignment strategy.
Specify DHCP integration with DNS infrastructure.
Identify security host requirements.
Identify the authentication and accounting provider.

Topics:
Remote Access Service servers
ISO/OSI reference model
Remote Access requirements
Remote Access authentication requirements
Authentication design
Implementing Remote Access
Defining security policies
Defining the audit strategy
IP address management and DHCP
DHCP security considerations
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Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:7 Service Placement and Sizing
Summary:
This course explains how to place and size services in a Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Design DNS service placement
Design an Active Directory implementation plan.
Specify the server specifications to meet system requirements.
Design the placement of domain controllers and global catalog servers.
Plan the placement of flexible operations master roles.
Select the domain controller creation process.

Topics:
Planning service placement
Active directory implementation
Active directory sizing
Domain controller sizing
Global catalog and DNS server sizing
Flexible single master operations roles
Placing FSMO roles
FSMO failover and recovery
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Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:8 The Physical Design  
Summary:
This course explains how to plan the physical layout and design of a Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Design Internet connectivity for a company.
Design a network and routing topology for a company.
Design the Remote Access infrastructure.
Design a TCP/IP addressing scheme through the use of IP subnets.
Design IP address assignment by using DHCP.

Topics:
Internet connectivity
Domain name registration
Segmenting the Intranet from the Internet
Network topologies
Subnets
Addressing and DHCP
Router placement
The network perimeter
Design requirements for Remote Access
Authentication requirements for Remote Access
RADIUS
Remote Access infrastructure
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Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297:9 Practice Exam
Summary:
This course provides a case study of a hypothetical organization and a series of review questions covering the design and implementation of this organization's Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Practice for the Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure MCSE 70-297 exam.

Topics:
Taking the exam
Practice exam
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30