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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
The Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSA/MCSE 70-291 series is designed to help learners prepare for Microsoft exam number 70-291: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. This series covers topics such as networking models, IP addressing and routing, classless subnet masking and client address configuration, and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). In addition, the informative courses detail Windows Internet Name Server (WINS), Domain Naming System (DNS), Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS), and Virtual Private Networking (VPN) Services. Finally, learners are taught to understand security templates and software updates, monitoring and troubleshooting network activity, and LAN routing.

Audience:
This series is for anyone preparing for the MCSA/MCSE Exam 70-291 or anyone who wants an introduction to Windows Server 2003.

Features:
●  Exercises that allow users to practice the application
●  A file containing the text of the exercises
●  Activities that allow users to apply course concepts in an interactive questioning environment
●  A glossary
●  A Skill Assessment

Certification:
MCSA/MCSE 70-291

Topics included in this course:
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:1 1 TCP/IP Protocol 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:2 IP Addressing and Routing 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:3 Classless Subnet Masking and Client Address Configuration 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:4 The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:5 Integrating and Troubleshooting DHCP 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:6 Windows Internet Name Server (WINS) 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:7 WINS Client and Interoperability and NetBIOS 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:8 Domain Naming System Concepts 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:9 The DNS Server  
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:10 Routing and Remote Access Service VPN Services 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:11 Security Templates and Software Updates 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:12 Monitoring and Troubleshooting Network Activity 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:13 LAN Routing and Dial-Up Services 
Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:14 LAN and Dial-Up Security

Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:1 1 TCP/IP Protocol 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of the OSI, Microsoft, and TCP/IP Networking Models, as well as major application layer protocols.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Understand the purpose and function of networking models
Identify the seven layers of the OSI networking model
Identify the Microsoft networking model
Identify the four layers of the TCP/IP protocol suite
Identify several application layer protocols of the TCP/IP protocol suite

Topics:
OSI networking model: physical and data link layers
Network and transport layers
Session, presentation, and application layers
Microsoft networking model
Protocol suite network interface layer
Protocol suite internet layer
Protocol suite host-to-host transport layer
Protocol suite application layer
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:2 IP Addressing and Routing 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of IP addressing and routing, including binary conversion, network classes, subnetting, and name resolution.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Convert IP addresses to binary and to decimal
Identify the network and host ID portions of an IP address based on address class
Explain subnetting and subnet masking
Perform bitwise ANDing
Distinguish between static and dynamic routing table updates
Explain the use of four commonly used routing utilities

Topics:
IP addresses and binary conversions
Network ID and host ID
Classes
Subnetting and subnet masking
Custom subnet masks
Public and private IP addresses
IP routing name resolution
IP routing tables
ARP
Static and dynamic IP routers
Routing utilities and example network
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:3 Classless Subnet Masking and Client Address Configuration 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of subnetting, supernetting, the XP/2000 routing table, assigning IP addresses, and APIPA.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Subnet Class A, B, and C networks
Supernet a Class C network
Make changes to the routing table
Configure a static IP address
Use alternate IP addressing configurations

Topics:
Classless subnet masking
Subnetting Class B networks
Subnetting Class C networks
Example classless subnetting
Supernetting a Class C network
The Windows XP/2000 routing table
Windows XP/2000 routing table entries
The Windows 2003 routing table
Disabling automatic metric calculation
Adding and removing routing table entries
Assigning static IP addresses
Assigning dynamic IP addresses and APIPA
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:4 The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of DHCP leases, as well as installing and configuring DHCP service.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the DHCP lease process
Install DHCP service
Create and configure different type of DHCP scopes
List DHCP option types
Create DHCP/BOOTP reservations
Allocate IP addresses appropriately

Topics:
DHCP leases
The DHCP lease process
Lease renewal
Installing the DHCP service
Configuring scopes
Configuring server and scope options
Configuring user and vendor class options
Configuring reservations and BOOTP tables
Superscopes
Multicast scopes
IP address allocation
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:5 Integrating and Troubleshooting DHCP 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of configuring the DHCP Relay Agent, Dynamic DNS, Routing and Remote Access, and Active Directory. It also covers automatic addressing, as well as managing and monitoring DHCP.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Configure the DHCP Relay Agent
Use DNS upgrading options
Configure your RRAS server to use DHCP
Integrate DHCP with Active Directory
Disable APIPA
Back up and restore a DHCP database

Topics:
Configuring the DHCP relay agent
DHCP server and Dynamic DNS
DHCP and Routing and Remote Access
DHCP and Active Directory
Automatic private IP addressing
Managing the DHCP server database
Server statistics and administration
Monitoring DHCP
Data sniffing and audit log
Log files and client-side troubleshooting
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:6 Windows Internet Name Server (WINS) 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of WINS, including installation, push and pull replication, records management, and database administration.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Install and configure WINS
Manage WINS records and its database
Configure WINS replication
Reconcile WINS records
Backup and restore the WINS database

Topics:
Overview of WINS
Installing the WINS server
Creating replication partners
Configuring pull replication
Configuring push replication
Managing WINS records
Creating static records
State and expiration fields
Record reconciliation and integrity
Database consistency
Database size and advanced options
WINS database backup
Ntbackup and database restores
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:7 WINS Client and Interoperability and NetBIOS 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of configuring WINS clients, troubleshooting WINS clients and servers, and NetBIOS name resolution, registration, and node types.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Configure network clients to support WINS either directly or through a WINS proxy agent
Describe how WINS interoperates with DNS and DHCP
Configure WINS with RRAS
Describe the WINS browser list
Describe the NetBIOS name registration and resolution processes
Define NetBIOS concepts such as node types and LMHOSTS file

Topics:
Configuring the WINS client
WINS and DHCP
WINS and DNS
WINS and RRAS or Active Directory
WINS and Browser service or Win9x/NT clients
WINS System Monitor Objects
Troubleshooting WINS Clients
Troubleshooting WINS servers
NetBIOS name resolution
Name registration and resolution
NetBIOS terminology
NetBIOS node types
The LMHOSTS file
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:8 Domain Naming System Concepts 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of DNS conventions, resolution, namespace, concepts, resource records, zones, and Active Directory service integration.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the function of DNS
Describe the DNS namespace
Create DNS zones and records
Outline DNS server roles
Manage record aging and scavenging
Integrate Active Directory and DNS

Topics:
DNS overview
Name conventions and resolution
The DNS namespace
Basic DNS concepts
Zones and records
Adding records and zone transfers
Host name resolution
Server roles and testing
Adding zones
Dynamic DNS servers
Stale records and extensions
AD integrated DNS zones
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:9 The DNS Server  
Summary:
This course provides an overview of installing, configuring, monitoring, and troubleshooting a DNS server.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Install DNS on a server
Configure forward and reverse lookup zones
Configure and manage DNS
Monitor and troubleshoot DNS

Topics:
Installing the configuring the DNS server
Configuring forward lookup zones
Adding DNS database records
Configuring reverse lookup zones
Configuring your DNS server
Configuring your DNS zones
Configuring DNS clients
Resolving DNS queries
Integrating the DNS server with DHCP
DNSUpdateProxy group security
WINS and DNS
Integrating the DNS server with BIND
Monitoring the server with DNS console
Monitoring the server with System Monitor
Monitoring the server with Network Monitor
Troubleshooting the DNS server
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:10 Routing and Remote Access Service VPN Services 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of enabling remote access, configuring a VPN server, authenticating VPN clients, creating dial-up connections and gateways, and troubleshooting VPN.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Enable remote access on a VPN server
Identify available authentication protocols
Describe the process of tunneling
Configure a VPN server for remote access
Configure a VPN client for remote access
Create a VPN Gateway

Topics:
Remote access concepts
Enabling remote access
VPN server network structure
VPN server infrastructure
PPP authentication process, PAP and SPAP
Authentication protocols CHAP, MS-CHAP, and EAP
VPN tunneling protocols
Configuring the VPN server
Configuring the VPN server for remote access
Configuring the VPN remote access clients
VPN gateway infrastructure
Demand-dial connections and IP addressing support
Creating gateways and static packet filters
VPN gateway configuration
Troubleshooting VPN services
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:11 Security Templates and Software Updates 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of network security settings, analyzing security, applying security templates, and installing software updates.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Implement secure network administration procedures
Implement security baseline settings and audit security settings using security templates
Install and configure the Software Update Service
Install and configure Automatic Client Update Settings
Support Legacy clients
Install and configure WINS redundancy

Topics:
Security templates
Network security settings
Analyzing baseline security
Applying baseline security
Installing security templates
Installing software updates
Installing automatic client update settings
Configuring automatic client update settings
Legacy clients and testing
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:12 Monitoring and Troubleshooting Network Activity 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of installing and configuring Network Monitor, including trace interpretation, NAT logging, troubleshooting name resolution and client configuration, quarantine control, DHCP issues, and monitoring IPSec connection.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Install and configure Network Monitor
Use Network Monitor to troubleshoot network problems
Identify network problems relating to Network Address Translation, name resolution, IP addressing, and IP security
Troubleshoot IPSec connections using the IPSec Security Monitor

Topics:
Installing network monitor
Configuring network monitor
Interpreting a trace
NAT logging
Troubleshooting name resolution
IP addressing client configuration issues
Quarantine control and DHCP issues
Monitoring IPSec connections
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:13 LAN Routing and Dial-Up Services 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of configuring LAN routing, RAS, PPP Multilink, BAP, and wireless connections.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Configure LAN routing
Configure RRAS packet filters
Configure a Windows Server 2003 Routing and Remote Access Service
Configure a Routing and Remote RAS dial-up Gateway
Configure wireless networking

Topics:
Configuring LAN routing
Setting up LAN routing
Configuring RRAS packet filters
Configuring dial-up RRAS server
Configuring dial-up RRAS gateway
PPP multilink and bandwidth allocation protocol
Configuring multilink with BAP
Configuring wireless connections
Wireless networking policies
Configuring wireless networking
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Windows Server 2003 Network Management MCSE 70-291:14 LAN and Dial-Up Security
Summary:
This course provides an overview of remote access policies, router protocols, RIP, OSPF, IGMP, firewall support, NAT, ICMP, remote access client and server connections, and IAS.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Configure remote access policies
Identify and describe the router protocols supported by Windows Server 2003
Enable and configure basic firewall support
Enable and configure Network Address Translation (NAT) services
Describe and configure ICMP router discovery
Troubleshoot remote access client and server connections
Configure Internet Authentication Services

Topics:
Remote access policies
Configuring remote access policies
Understanding router protocols
RIP
OSPF and IGMP
Configuring basic firewall support
RRAS NAT services
ICMP router discovery
Troubleshooting remote access client connections
Troubleshooting remote access server connections
Internet Authentication Services
Configuring IAS
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30