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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
This series is designed to help learners prepare for and pass Microsoft's exam number 70-293: Planning and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. The series teaches learners how to plan and implement server roles, server security, network infrastructure, routing, remote access, server availability, network security and security infrastructure. The series also teaches learners how to maintain the network infrastructure once it is in place.

Audience:
This series is for anyone preparing for the MCSE Exam 70-293 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
●  Simulations that allow users to practice course skills, even if they don't have access to the application
●  A glossary
●  A Skill Assessment

Certification:
MCSE 70-293

Topics included in this course:
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:1 Using Planning Tools and Documentation 
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:2 Server Roles and Security
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:3 TCP/IP Infrastructure 
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:4 Routing 
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:5 Internet Connectivity 
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:6 DNS Name Resolution 
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:7 NetBIOS Name Resolution  
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:8 Remote Access 
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:9 High Availability 
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:10 Windows Cluster Services and Network Load Balancing 
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:11 Internet Protocol 
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:12 Security Framework 
Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:13 Public Key Infrastructure

Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:1 Using Planning Tools and Documentation 
Summary:
This course shows learners how to plan an infrastructure for a Windows Server 2003-based network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Identify the fundamentals of network design
Analyze organizational needs
Explain legal and regulatory considerations
Develop, build and implement a test network

Topics:
Network infrastructure planning
Generating a group policy modeling report
Analyzing organizational needs
Communication and collaboration
User services
Legal considerations and TCO
Developing a test network environment
Building a test lab
Implementing the test network
Documenting the test process
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:2 Server Roles and Security
Summary:
This course provides information on server roles and planning server security.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe and configure server roles
Describe operating system security features and functional levels
Identify minimum security requirements for your organization
Use security templates and tools
Enforce default security settings
Create custom security templates and deploy security configurations

Topics:
Understanding server roles
Domain controllers
File, print, and name servers
Web, database, and mail servers
Certificate Authorities
Application and terminal servers
Operating system security features
Operating system functional levels
Identifiying minimum security requirements
Security templates and tools
Planning baseline installation parameters
Enforcing default security settings
Security issues for all servers
Securing specific servers
Creating custom security templates
Deploying security configurations
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:3 TCP/IP Infrastructure 
Summary:
This course gives an in-depth look at the protocols you can use with Windows Server 2003, especially the TCP/IP protocol suite. It shows how to subnet networks and how to use the utilities and tools included with Windows Server 2003.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
List the protocols supported by Windows Server 2003
Describe the OSI reference model and TCP/IP networking model
Design an effective subnetting scheme
Install IPv6 and use IPv6 utilities
Use Network Monitor and System Monitor to track network performance

Topics:
Network protocols
Configuring TCP/IP manually
TCP/IP basics
New TCP/IP features
Creating a subnetting scheme
Understanding ANDing and binary numbering
Subnetting networks
Troubleshooting IP addressing
Transitioning to IPv6
IPv6 utilities
Planning the network topology
Planning network traffic management
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:4 Routing 
Summary:
This course provides information on planning and implementing routing on a Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the basics of IP routing
Use the Netsh utility
Configure a Windows Server 2003 machine as a router
Troubleshoot routing issues

Topics:
Routing basics
Routing tables
Static and dynamic routing and gateways
Routing protocols
Netsh commands
Routing devices
Switches and routers
Configuring Windows Server as a router
Configuring RIP and OSPF
Security
Router-to-router VPNs
Packet filtering, firewalls and logging
Troubleshooting IP routing
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:5 Internet Connectivity 
Summary:
This course provides information that will help you develop the best strategy for connecting your company's Windows Server 2003 network to the Internet.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Decide between routed or translated connections
Install NAT
Configure VPN access
Install and configure IAS and RADIUS
Create service profiles using CMAK

Topics:
Connecting to the Internet
Internet Connection Sharing
Internet-based VPNs
Router-to-router VPNs
VPN protocols and security
Internet Authentication Service (IAS)
Activating and managing IAS
PPP-based protocols and EAP
Authorization methods
Installing the CMAK
Using the CMAK
Connection Manager profiles and security issues
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:6 DNS Name Resolution 
Summary:
This course provides information that will help learners plan, develop, secure, and maintain a host name resolution strategy with the Domain Name System (DNS).

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Plan a DNS namespace design
Plan zone replication requirements
Plan a forwarding configuration
Consider the interoperability of DNS with other DNS solutions
Plan for DNS security
Troubleshoot host name resolution

Topics:
Host naming
DNS
Lookup zones
DNS namespace
DNS and Active Directory
Multiple namespaces
Planning DNS server deployment
DNS server roles
Zone replication and forwarding
DNS/DHCP interaction
DNS and BIND
Split DNS configurations
DNS and WINS
DNS security
Monitoring DNS servers
Troubleshooting host name resolution
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:7 NetBIOS Name Resolution  
Summary:
This course provides information on planning, implementing and maintaining NetBIOS name resolution on a Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe the NetBIOS name resolution process
Describe the WINS name resolution process
Deploy and replicate WINS servers
Configure WINS clients
Plan for WINS database backup and restoration
Troubleshoot NetBIOS name resolution

Topics:
NetBIOS naming
WINS
WINS server deployment
WINS replication
Replication models
WINS issues
WINS client configuration
WINS server performance issues
Security issues
WINS database backup and restoration
Troubleshooting NetBIOS name resolution
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:8 Remote Access 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of the issues and procedures involved in devising a remote access strategy.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Implement secure access between private networks.
Plan security
Plan Remote Access policies
Analyze protocol security requirements.
Plan authentication methods for remote access clients

Topics:
Planning a Remote Access strategy
Enabling Remote Access
VPN design considerations
Wireless Remote Access Design considerations
Domain Functional Level
Selecting authentication methods
Authorizing Remote Access by user
Restricting Remote Access
Controlling remote connections
Configuring Remote Assistance
Requesting Remote Assistance
Establishing a Remote Assistance connection
Offering Remote Assistance
Planning for Remote Administration
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:9 High Availability 
Summary:
This course provides guidelines that can help you ensure that network resources are available when users need them.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Plan services for high availability
Identify bottlenecks in memory, processor, disk, and network
Plan a backup and recovery strategy
Plan for fault tolerance

Topics:
Memory and processor bottlenecks
Disk and network bottlenecks
Using the System Monitor tool
Using Event Viewer
Planning a backup strategy
Determining what to back up
Using backup tools
Scheduling backups
Planning system recovery with ASR
Planning for fault tolerance
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:10 Windows Cluster Services and Network Load Balancing 
Summary:
This course provides information on how to use two powerful tools to enhance fault tolerance and high availability: server clustering and Network Load Balancing.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Differentiate between the server cluster models
Create a new server cluster
Differentiate between server clusters and network load balancing clusters
Use the NLB Manager or NLB.exe utility to monitor the NLB cluster
Create a network load balancing cluster

Topics:
Server clustering
Server cluster deployment options
Server cluster administration
Server clustering best practices
Cluster network configuration
Creating a new cluster
Network load balancing (NLB)
Managing NLB clusters
NLB monitoring and best practices
Creating a NLB cluster
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:11 Internet Protocol 
Summary:
This course provides guidelines for setting up IPSec on your Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Identify the purpose and goals of IPSec
Identify the protocols used with IPSec
Deploy IPSec on your network
Manage IPSec

Topics:
IPSecurity (IPSec)
IPSec protocols
IPSec components
Deploying IPSec
Managing IPSec
IPSec policies
IP Security Policy Wizard
Modifying IPSec policies
Applying policies
Monitoring and troubleshooting IPSec
Using Event Viewer and packet event logging
Using IKE detailed tracing and Network Monitor
Disabling hardware offload functions
IPSec security considerations
Using RSoP
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:12 Security Framework 
Summary:
This course provides information on planning, implementing, and maintaining a security framework on a Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Implement Active Directory security
Implement wireless security
Monitor and optimize security
Plan a security update infrastructure

Topics:
Active Directory security
Permission types
Security relationships
Account security
Implementing wireless security
Wireless authentication
Authentication protocols
Wireless security issues
Wireless monitor and object-based access control
Setting auditing
Auditing objects
Security policies
Security update infrastructure
Microsoft Software Update Services (SUS)
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Windows Server 2003 Network Planning MCSE 70-293:13 Public Key Infrastructure
Summary:
This course provides information on planning, implementing and maintaining a Public Key Infrastructure on a Windows Server 2003 network.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the basics of a Public Key Infrastructure
Install and configure a Certification Authority
Plan the enrollment and distribution of certificates
Plan a Certification Authority hierarchy
Implement the use of smart card authentication

Topics:
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) basics
Certification authorities
Configuring a certification authority
Analyzing certificate needs
Certificate templates
Certificate requests
Smart card authentication
Implementing and using smart cards
Using smart cards for remote access VPNs
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30