70-642 – Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure Series!

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Overview: A Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration possesses the knowledge and skills to work with IP addressing and services, names resolution, file and print services, network access and remote access, and monitoring network services.

Series Taught By: Ken Mayer

Available CEUs for Course Series Completion: 0
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Course Modules:

Module 01 -Understanding and Configuring IP

(Duration: 1h 49m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: Introducing the OSI Model
  3. Understanding the Network Layers
  4. 7 Layers of the OSI
  5. Encapsulation / De-Encapsulation
  6. Comparing the OSI and TCP/IP Models
  7. Lesson 2: How IPv4 Works
  8. Ipv4 Address Structure
  9. Why the Subnet Mask
  10. How to Convert Binary to Decimal and Vice-Versa
  11. Understanding What Routing and Default Gateways Are
  12. Discussion of RFC 1918
  13. Lesson 3: Subnets and Supernets
  14. What is Subnetting
  15. What is Supernetting
  16. Draw On Supernetting Example
  17. Demo – Testing Connectivity
  18. Lesson 4: What’s New with IPv6
  19. Introducing IPv6
  20. IPv6 Address Types
  21. IPv6 Transition Technologies
  22. Lesson 5: Configuring Windows with an IPv4 Address
  23. Configuring Networking Properties for Vista and 2008 Server
  24. Viewing Network Connections
  25. Network Connection Components
  26. Methods of Configuring and Verifying an IP Address
  27. Troubleshooting Network Connectivity
  28. Demo – Configuring IP
  29. Chapter 01 Review
  30. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 03 -Understanding IP Routing

(Duration: 1h 19m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson
  3. 1: Routing Explained
  4. Routing Overview
  5. Routing Process
  6. Tools Used to Verify Routing
  7. Lesson
  8. 2: Router Communication Protocols
  9. Routing Protocols
  10. RIP
  11. – Detail
  12. Other Routing Options
  13. Routing and Remote Access
  14. Demo
  15. – IP Routing
  16. Demo
  17. – Routing Protocols
  18. Chapter 03 Review
  19. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 05 – Securing the Client, Network, and Communications

(Duration: 3h 35m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson
  3. 1: Communication Security: IPSec
  4. Explaining IPSec
  5. IPSec Policies
  6. Understanding Connection Security Rules
  7. Security Associations
  8. How IPSec Establishes Connections
  9. What Authentication Methods can be used with IPSec
  10. Lesson
  11. 2: Enforcing IPSec with Policies
  12. Looking at the Predefined IPSec Policies
  13. Using the IPSec Security Rule Wizard
  14. IPSec Negotiations
  15. Name Resolution Policy Table
  16. Name Resolution Policy Table Continued
  17. Using the Connection Security Rule Wizard
  18. Demo
  19. – IPSec
  20. Lesson
  21. 3: Network Security with NAP
  22. Concepts of NAP
  23. System Health Agents and Validators
  24. The NAP Process
  25. Planning for NAP Deployment
  26. Installing and Configuring NAP
  27. What Is NAP Tracing?
  28. Configuring NAP Tracing
  29. Lesson
  30. 4: Client Security with Windows Firewall
  31. Why are Firewalls Important
  32. Outbound Filtering
  33. Inbound Filtering
  34. Custom Rules
  35. NEW
  36. -Firewall Scope
  37. Using Group Policies
  38. Policy Options
  39. Policy Options Continued
  40. Authorizing Connections
  41. IPSec DoS Defense
  42. IPsec DoS Defense Continued
  43. Isolation Illustrated
  44. Demo
  45. – Windows Firewall Inbound
  46. Demo
  47. – Windows Firewall Outbound
  48. Lesson
  49. 5: Other Security Solutions
  50. IPSec Rules
  51. 802.1x Configuration
  52. Configuring DHCP
  53. Configuring NAP Components
  54. Configuring SHVs
  55. Configuring Network Policies
  56. Demo
  57. – Install NAP
  58. Demo
  59. – NPS
  60. Demo
  61. – SHV
  62. Demo
  63. – Health Policy
  64. Chapter 05 Review
  65. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 7 -Monitoring Systems

(Duration: 1h 45m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson
  3. 1: How to Install and Use Network Monitor and SNMP
  4. Installing Network Monitor
  5. Analyze Network Data
  6. SNMP
  7. SNMP Continued
  8. Demo
  9. – Network Monitor
  10. Lesson
  11. 2: Windows Performance and Reliability Monitoring
  12. Performance Monitor
  13. Reliability Monitor
  14. Built
  15. -In Data Collector Sets
  16. Demo
  17. – WRPM
  18. Lesson
  19. 3: Looking at Event Logs
  20. Types of Event Logs
  21. Creating Custom Views
  22. Attaching Tasks to Events
  23. Attaching Tasks to Events Continued
  24. Lesson
  25. 4: Configuring Event Forwarding
  26. Event Forwarding Concepts
  27. How to Configure Event Forwarding
  28. Configuring the Collecting Computer
  29. Creating a Subscription
  30. Configure Event Forwarding Using HTTPS
  31. Demo
  32. – Monitoring Events
  33. Chapter 07 Review
  34. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 09-Securing Windows Through Updates

(Duration: 50m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: What is Windows Server Update Services?
  3. WSUS Overview
  4. WSUS Architecture
  5. WSUS Minimum Requirements
  6. Lesson 2: Planning & Deploying the WSUS Installation
  7. Planning for the WSUS Installation
  8. Auditing Updates
  9. Lesson 3: Using Windows Server Update Services
  10. WSUS
  11. How to Troubleshoot Update Problems
  12. How to Remove Updates
  13. Demo – Install WSUS
  14. WSUS Administration
  15. Lesson 4: Using WSUS
  16. Update Selection
  17. Client Settings
  18. Using Group Policy
  19. Managing Computer Groups
  20. Disconnected Networks
  21. WSUS Illustrated
  22. Test and Approval
  23. Chapter 09 Review
  24. Course Closure
  25. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 02 -Configuring IP Based Solutions

(Duration: 3h 53m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson 1: Why Use a DHCP Server
  3. What are DHCP Address Assignments?
  4. Configuring the Address Leases
  5. Understanding the DHCP Scope
  6. SuperScope
  7. DHCP Class Options
  8. DHCP Sizing
  9. Adding the DHCP Server Role
  10. Authorizing the DHCP Server
  11. What is the DHCPv6 Stateless Role?
  12. Demo – DHCP
  13. Demo – DHCP Options
  14. Lesson 2: Creating DHCP Servers for Your Network
  15. Post-Installation Tasks
  16. Other DHCP Options
  17. DHCP Relay Agent
  18. Post Installation Management Concerns
  19. DHCP Database Files
  20. DHCP on the Server Core
  21. Lesson 3: How Windows Performs Name to IP Resolution
  22. Name Resolution Methods in Windows
  23. What’s New with 2008 R2
  24. Broadcast Name Resolution
  25. WINS Server Name Resolution
  26. Lesson 4: Configuring Windows to Use DNS
  27. Specifying DNS Servers
  28. The Suffix Search List
  29. DNS Forwarding Options
  30. Cache Locking
  31. How to Clear the Client’s Cache
  32. Using Dynamic Update Settings
  33. Demo – DNS Client
  34. Lesson 5: How Does DNS Really Work
  35. First Some Definitions
  36. How a DNS Query Works
  37. DNS Query Example
  38. DNS Query Illustrated
  39. Forwarders
  40. How Caching Works
  41. Demo – Name Resolution
  42. Lesson 6: Deploying DNS Servers
  43. Zone Transfers
  44. Securing Zone Transfers
  45. DNS on DC Deployment
  46. Using Server-Core for DNS Services
  47. Making a Stand-Alone or Member-Server DNS
  48. Configuring a Caching-only DNS Server
  49. Configuring Server Properties
  50. DNSSEC
  51. Zone Delegation
  52. Demo – Configuring DNS
  53. Lesson 7: DNS Configurable Options
  54. Integrating WINS records into DNS
  55. Aging and Scavenging
  56. Demo – Global Names Zone
  57. Lesson 8: Managing Different Types of DNS Zones
  58. How to Create Zones
  59. The Scope of AD Zone Replication
  60. Creating and Using the Forward and/or Reverse Lookup Zone
  61. Using Dynamic Updates
  62. Exploring the Built-in Resource Records
  63. DNS Record Options
  64. Round Robin
  65. TTL
  66. Weight
  67. Netmask Ordering
  68. DNSUpdateProxy Group
  69. Lesson
  70. 9: Configuring Zone Replication and Transfers
  71. Configure a Zone Replication Scope for Active Directory
  72. Choosing Zone Replication Scope
  73. Creating Custom Application Directory Partitions
  74. Zone Transfers
  75. Implementing Stub Zones
  76. Demo
  77. – Secondary Zone
  78. Chapter 02 Review
  79. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 04 -Connecting Windows to the LAN

(Duration: 1h 27m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson
  3. 1: NAT Explained
  4. NAT Concepts
  5. Windows 2008 NAT Options
  6. Lesson
  7. 2: Making NAT Work
  8. Configuring ICS
  9. Configuring NAT using RRAS
  10. Troubleshooting NAT
  11. Lesson
  12. 3: Remote Access to Other Networks
  13. Remote Access Overview
  14. Configuring VPN Connections
  15. Configuring Dial
  16. -Up Server
  17. Configuring the VPN Server
  18. Other Options
  19. Testing Connectivity
  20. Demo
  21. – VPN Connections
  22. Lesson
  23. 4: WiFi Basics
  24. Wireless Networking Concepts
  25. Wireless Networking Standards
  26. Wireless Security Standards
  27. Wireless Infrastructure
  28. Authenticating Wireless with Windows Server 2008
  29. Connecting to Wireless Networks
  30. Best Practices
  31. Demo
  32. – Wireless Network
  33. Demo
  34. – Wireless Group Policy
  35. Chapter 04 Review
  36. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 06 -Managing Files

(Duration: 2h 11m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson
  3. 1: Working with File Security
  4. NTFS Files Permissions
  5. NTFS Permissions
  6. Methods of Securing Files
  7. Lesson
  8. 2: Server Role
  9. File Services
  10. The File Services Server Role
  11. FSRM
  12. Using Quotas
  13. Configuring Quotas
  14. Quotas
  15. Quota Options
  16. Quota Template
  17. File Screening
  18. File Screen Groups
  19. File Screen Templates
  20. Storage Reports
  21. Report Task
  22. Lesson
  23. 3: Using DFS
  24. Sharing Folders
  25. Offline Files
  26. DFS Overview
  27. Installing DFS
  28. Type of DFS
  29. How DFS Namespaces Work (Domain Based)
  30. Creating the DFS NameSpace
  31. DFS Configuration
  32. DFS Replication
  33. DFS Replication Continued
  34. High Availability for DFS
  35. DFS Scalability
  36. How DFS
  37. -R Works
  38. How DFS
  39. -R Works Continued
  40. Demo
  41. – DFS
  42. Lesson
  43. 4: Using EFS
  44. EFS
  45. How to Encrypt a File/Folder
  46. Sharing Encrypted Files
  47. Configuring EFS Using GPS
  48. Other File Options
  49. Bit Locker
  50. Access
  51. -Based Enumeration (ABE)
  52. Branch Cache
  53. Demo
  54. – File Security
  55. Demo
  56. – EFS
  57. Lesson
  58. 5: Performing a Backup and Restore
  59. Shadow Copies
  60. Managing Shadow Copies
  61. Windows Server Backup
  62. Volume Snapshot Service
  63. Recovery
  64. Demo
  65. – Back Up
  66. Chapter 06 Review
  67. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)

Module 08 – Managing Printers

(Duration: 39m)

  1. Workbook (Pdf)
  2. Lesson
  3. 1: Server Role
  4. – Print Services
  5. Installing the Print Services Server Role
  6. Installing Printers
  7. Lesson
  8. 2: How to Share Printers
  9. Sharing Printers
  10. Publishing Printers to Active Directory
  11. Deploy Printer Connections
  12. Importing/Exporting Print Queue’s
  13. Printer Pooling
  14. Printer Priority
  15. Managing Internet Printin
  16. g
  17. Generating Notifications
  18. Migrating Printers
  19. Managing Printers with the CLI
  20. Printer Permissions
  21. Demo
  22. – Managing Printers
  23. Demo
  24. – Web Printing
  25. Chapter 08 Review
  26. Review Quiz (Number of attempts allowed: Unlimited)
This course includes
  • about 17h 32m  on-demand video
  • 9 downloadable Pdf Workbooks
  • Unlimited time access (During Membership)
  • Access on mobile and Desktop
  • Certificate of Completion

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