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Exam 70-642 Training: Configuring Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure for certification examA 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.

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MS Exam 70-642 Course Outline
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Chapter 1 - Understanding and Configuring IP
  • Lesson 1: Introducing the OSI Model
  • Understanding the Network Layers
  • OSI Model
  • The Encapsulation Process
  • OSI vs TCP/IP Model
  • Lesson 2: How IPv4 Works
  • Ipv4 Address Structure
  • Why the Subnet Mask
  • How to Convert Binary to Decimal and Vice-Versa
  • Understanding What Routing and Default Gateways Are
  • Discussion of RFC 1918
  • Lesson 3: Increasing Networks with Subnetting
  • What is Subnetting
  • Demo - IP Addressing
  • Lesson 4: What's New with IPv6
  • Introducing IPv6
  • IPv6 Address Types
  • IPv6 Transition Technologies
  • Lesson 5: Configuring Windows with an IPv4 Address
  • Configuring Networking Properties for Vista and 2008 Server
  • Viewing Network Connections
  • Network Connection Components
  • Methods of Configuring and Verifying an IP Address
  • Troubleshooting Network Connectivity
  • Demo - Configuring IP
  • Demo - Testing Connectivity
  • Chapter 01 Review
Chapter 2 - Configuring IP Based Solutions
  • Lesson 1: Why Use a DHCP Server
  • What are DHCP Address Assignments?
  • Configuring the Address Leases
  • Understanding the DHCP Scope
  • Adding the DHCP Server Role
  • What is the DHCPv6 Stateless Role?
  • Demo - DHCP
  • Demo - DHCP Options
  • Lesson 2: Creating DHCP Servers for Your Network
  • Post-Installation Tasks
  • Other DHCP Options
  • DHCP on the Server Core
  • Lesson 3: How Windows Performs Name to IP Resolution
  • Name Resolution Methods in Windows
  • Broadcast Name Resolution
  • WINS Server Name Resolution
  • Lesson 4: Configuring Windows to Use DNS
  • Specifying DNS Servers
  • The Suffix Search List
  • How to Clear the Client’s Cache
  • Using Dynamic Update Settings
  • Demo - DNS Client
  • Lesson 5: How Does DNS Really Work
  • How a DNS Query Works
  • DNS Query Example
  • DNS Query Illustrated
  • How Caching Works
  • Demo - Name Resolution
  • Lesson 6: Deploying DNS Servers
  • DNS on DC Deployment
  • Using Server-Core for DNS Services
  • Making a Stand-Alone or Member-Server DNS
  • Configuring a Caching-only DNS Server
  • Configuring Server Properties
  • Demo - Configuring DNS
  • Lesson 7: DNS Configurable Options
  • Integrating WINS records into DNS
  • Aging and Scavenging
  • Demo - Global Names Zone
  • Lesson 8: Managing Different Types of DNS Zones
  • How to Create Zones
  • The Scope of AD Zone Replication
  • Creating and Using the Forward and/or Reverse Lookup Zone
  • Using Dynamic Updates
  • Exploring the Built-in Resource Records
  • Lesson 9: Configuring Zone Replication and Transfers
  • Configure a Zone Replication Scope for Active Directory
  • Choosing Zone Replication Scope
  • Creating Custom Application Directory Partitions
  • Zone Transfers
  • Implementing Stub Zones
  • Demo - Secondary Zone
  • Chapter 02 Review
Chapter 3 - Understanding IP Routing
  • Lesson 1: Routing Explained
  • Routing Overview
  • Routing Process
  • Tools Used to Verify Routing
  • Lesson 2: Router Communication Protocols
  • Routing Protocols
  • Routing and Remote Access
  • Demo - IP Routing
  • Demo - Routing Protocols
  • Chapter 03 Review
Chapter 4 - Connecting Windows to the LAN
  • Lesson 1: NAT Explained
  • NAT Concepts
  • Windows 2008 NAT Options
  • Lesson 2: Making NAT Work
  • Configuring ICS
  • Configuring NAT using RRAS
  • Troubleshooting NAT
  • Lesson 3: Remote Access to Other Networks
  • Remote Access Overview
  • Configuring VPN Connections
  • Configuring Dial-Up Server
  • Configuring the VPN Server
  • Other Options
  • Testing Connectivity
  • Demo - VPN Connections
  • Lesson 4: WiFi Basics
  • Wireless Networking Concepts
  • Wireless Networking Standards
  • Wireless Security Standards
  • Wireless Infrastructure
  • Authenticating Wireless with Windows Server 2008
  • Connecting to Wireless Networks
  • Best Practices
  • Demo - Wireless Network
  • Demo - Wireless Group Policy
  • Chapter 04 Review
Chapter 5 - Securing the Client, Network, and Communications
  • Lesson 1: Communication Security: IPSec
  • Explaining IPSec
  • IPSec Policies
  • Understanding Connection Security Rules
  • Security Associations
  • How IPSec Establishes Connections
  • What Authentication Methods can be used with IPSec
  • Lesson 2: Enforcing IPSec with Policies
  • Looking at the Predefined IPSec Policies
  • Using the IPSec Security Rule Wizard
  • Using the Connection Security Rule Wizard
  • Demo - IPSec
  • Lesson 3: Network Security with NAP
  • Concepts of NAP
  • System Health Agents and Validators
  • The NAP Process
  • Planning NAP Deployment
  • Installing and Configuring NAP
  • Lesson 4: Client Security with Windows Firewall
  • Why are Firewalls Important?
  • Outbound Filtering
  • Inbound Filtering
  • Firewall Scope
  • Using Group Policies
  • Authorizing Connections
  • Demo - Windows Firewall Inbound
  • Demo - Windows Firewall Outbound
  • Lesson 5: Other Security Solutions
  • Other Configurations
  • IPSec Rules
  • 802.1x Configuration
  • Configuring DHCP
  • Configuring NAP Components
  • Configuring SHVs
  • Configuring Network Policies
  • Demo - Install NAP
  • Demo - NPS
  • Demo - SHV
  • Demo - Health Policy
  • Chapter 05 Review
Chapter 6 - Managing Files
  • Lesson 1: Working with File Security
  • NTFS Files Permissions
  • NTFS Permissions
  • Methods of Securing Files
  • Lesson 2: Server Role - File Services
  • The File Services Server Role
  • Using Quotas
  • Configuring Quotas
  • Lesson 3: Using DFS
  • Sharing Folders
  • DFS Overview
  • Installing DFS
  • Demo - DFS
  • Lesson 4: Using EFS
  • EFS
  • How to Encrypt a File/Folder
  • Sharing Encrypted Files
  • Configuring EFS Using GPS
  • Demo - File Security
  • Demo - EFS
  • Lesson 5: Performing a Backup and Restore
  • Shadow Copies
  • Managing Shadow Copies
  • Windows Server Backup
  • Recovery
  • Demo - Back Up
  • Chapter 06 Review
Chapter 7 - Monitoring Systems
  • Lesson 1: How to Install and Use Network Monitor
  • Installing Network Monitor
  • Analyze Network Data
  • Demo - Network Monitor
  • Lesson 2: Windows Performance and Reliability Monitoring
  • Performance Monitor
  • Reliability Monitor
  • Built-In Data Collector Sets
  • Demo - WRPM
  • Lesson3: Looking at Event Logs
  • Event Forwarding Concepts
  • Lesson 4: Configuring Event Forwarding
  • How to Configure Event Forwarding
  • Configuring the Collecting Computer
  • Creating a Subscription
  • Configure Event Forwarding to use HTTPS
  • Demo - Monitoring Events
  • Chapter 07 Review
Chapter 8 - Managing Printers
  • Lesson 1: Server Role: Print Services
  • Installing the Print Services Server Role
  • Installing Printers
  • Lesson 2: How to Share Printers
  • Sharing Printers
  • Printer Pooling
  • Printer Priority
  • Managing Internet Printing
  • Generating Notifications
  • Migrating Printers
  • Managing Printers with the CLI
  • Demo - Managing Printers
  • Demo - Web Printing
  • Chapter 08 Review
Chapter 9 - Securing Windows Through Updates
  • Lesson 1: What is Windows Server Update Services
  • WSUS Overview
  • WSUS Architecture
  • WSUS Minimum Requirements
  • Lesson 2: Planning & Deploying the WSUS Installation
  • Planning for the WSUS Installation
  • Auditing Updates
  • Demo - Install WSUS
  • Lesson 3: Using Windows Server Update Services
  • WSUS
  • How to Troubleshoot Update Problems
  • How to Remove Updates
  • Chapter 09 Review
  • Course Closure

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