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Windows Server 2003 Online Course

12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30

Summary:
This series shows users how to install and configure Windows Server 2003 software, as well as how to install and configure Active Directory. The series covers how to install and manage print services, how to handle TCP/IP addresses, and how to set up and manage directory services, domains, and trust relationships in a Windows 2003-based environment. It discusses how to manage users and groups, including details on profiles, policies, and groups, and covers how Windows 2003 controls access to NTFS files and directories, and how to manage shares. The series concludes by covering strategies for backing up and restoring a Windows Server 2003 machine and discussing security strategies for Windows Server 2003.

Audience:
This series is for users who have some basic knowledge of networking concepts and want to learn how to install and use 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

Topics included in this course:
Windows Server 2003:1 Installation and Setup 
Windows Server 2003:2 Working with Active Directory 
Windows Server 2003:3 Printing and IP Addressing 
Windows Server 2003:4 Managing Users and Permissions 
Windows Server 2003:5 Managing Backup and Security

Windows Server 2003:1 Installation and Setup 
Summary:
This course explains the hardware, software, and information prerequisites users will need in order to install Windows Server 2003. It also offers step-by-step instructions for installing Windows Server 2003 and discusses ways to resolve common post-installation issues. This course shows users how to use the Configure Your Server Wizard to configure a domain controller, routing, and remote access.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the prerequisites for installing Windows Server 2003
Install Windows Server 2003 from a bootable CD
Upgrade from an existing OS to Windows Server 2003
Install Windows Server 2003 across a network
Resolve common post-installation issues
Configure a domain controller
Configure routing and remote access

Topics:
Getting Familiar with Windows 2003
Preparing for Installation
Installing Windows Server 2003
Installing from an Existing OS
Installing Across a Network
Handling Post-Installation Issues
Understanding the Configure Your Server Wizard
Configuring a Domain Controller
IIS, WMS, Routing and Remote Access
Working with Remote Connections
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Windows Server 2003:2 Working with Active Directory 
Summary:
This course explains the basic concepts needed to understand Active Directory, including domains and controllers. It also shows users how to plan for and install Active Directory. This course shows users how to control domains and directories, and how to manage permissions and trusts. It also discusses ways to troubleshoot Active Directory and resolve common issues.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the functionality of Active Directory
Plan for Active Directory installation
Install Active Directory
Explain trust relationships among interconnected domains
Control domains and directories
Manage permissions and trusts
Troubleshoot and resolve common Active Directory issues

Topics:
Getting Familiar with Active Directory
Understanding Domains and Controllers
Understanding Active Directory
Planning for Active Directory
Installing Active Directory
Interconnecting Domains
Understanding Domains
Understanding Trusts
Controlling Domains and Directories
Handling Directory Permissions
Managing Trusts
Troubleshooting Active Directory
Resolving Common Issues
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Windows Server 2003:3 Printing and IP Addressing 
Summary:
This course explains the concepts and terminology used in the Windows 2003 print model. It shows users how to add and share a network printer, how to manage printers from anywhere on the network, and how to prevent printing problems. This course provides step-by-step instructions for configuring TCP/IP properties. It also explains how WINS, DNS, and DHCP are used for name resolution to identify network devices.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain the Windows Server 2003 print model
Add and share a networked printer
Manage printers and prevent printing problems
Configure TCP/IP properties
Use WINS, DNS and DHCP to identify network devices

Topics:
Understanding the Windows 2003 Print Model
Installing on the Server Side
Managing Windows 2003-Based Printers
Preventing Problems and Faxing
Configuring TCP/IP
Understanding WINS
Understanding DNS
Understanding DHCP
TCP/IP Troubleshooting Tools
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Windows Server 2003:4 Managing Users and Permissions 
Summary:
This course provides an overview of user, administrator, and guest accounts. It shows users how to create user accounts and group accounts, and how to set properties for these accounts. It also shows users how to create and enable user profiles and group policies. This course explains how to administer file shares and permissions.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain user, administrator, and guest account properties
Create Active Directory user accounts
Create group accounts
Create and enable user profiles
Set group policies
Administer file shares and permissions

Topics:
Working with User Account Properties
Creating Active Directory Accounts
Setting Account Properties
Managing Groups
Working with User Profiles
Understanding Group Policies
Creating a Group Policy
Windows 2003 NTFS and Permissions
Handling Special Permissions Situations
Calculating Actual Permissions
Controlling Access with Active Directory
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Windows Server 2003:5 Managing Backup and Security
Summary:
This course explains the various types of backups that can be performed in Windows 2003 and presents commonly-used backup technologies. It also explains how to plan a backup strategy, then shows users how to perform backups and administer the Backup Operators group. This course shows users how to set access control options for users and groups, and discusses ways to eliminate common security loopholes.

Objectives:
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Explain various types of backups and backup technology
Plan a backup strategy
Perform backups
Set access control options
Eliminate common security loopholes

Topics:
Backup Types
Understanding Backup Technology
Planning Backups
Performing Backups
Third-Party Backup Options
The Backup Operators Group
Windows 2003 Security
Service Packs and Hotfixes
Setting Access Levels
Plugging Security Holes
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12 Month Subscription - $70
Live Mentor +$30