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Exam 70-643 Training: Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure for certification examThe Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) on Windows Server 2008 credential is intended for information technology (IT) professionals who work in the complex computing environment of medium to large companies. This course will address topics such as Deploying Servers, Configuring Remote Desktop Services, Configuring a Web Services Infrastructure, and Configuring Network Application Services.

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70-643 Online Training Course Outline
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Module 01 - Deploying Windows in the Enterprise
  • Lesson 1: How to Deploy Windows in the 2008 Server Environment
  • Basics of Windows Deployment
  • Tools of the Planning Phase
  • Tools of the Building Phase
  • Tools of the Deployment Phase
  • Basics of Windows Deployment, Cont.
  • Windows PE
  • Image X
  • Windows SIM
  • Sysprep
  • WIM: A Closer Look
  • Ways to Deploy Windows
  • Manual Deployment
  • Lite & Zero-Touch Deployment
  • Lesson 2: Working with WDS
  • Looking at Windows Deployment Services
  • WDS Components
  • The WDS Role
  • Initial WDS Configuration
  • WDS Server Properties
  • Image Capturing
  • How Deployment Works
  • What Happens in the Background
  • Demo - Configuring WDS
  • Demo - Install Boot Image
  • Lesson 3: Virtual Machine Deployment
  • Understanding What a VM Is
  • Prior Virtualization Options
  • Hyper-V
  • Hyper-V Disk Types
  • Hyper-V Networks
  • Demo - Install Hyper-V
  • Lesson 4: Putting in an Activation Infrastructure
  • Windows Activation Types
  • The MAK Model
  • KMS Activation
  • Module 01 Review
Module 02 - Working with Terminal Services
  • Lesson 1: Terminal Server Setup and Deployment
  • Basics of Terminal Services
  • TS Features
  • Remote Desktop
  • How to Install TS
  • TS License Options
  • Preparing the Terminal Server
  • Installing Application on the TS
  • Demo - Installing Terminal Services
  • Demo - TS Licensing
  • Lesson 2: Working with Terminal Services
  • Configuration Console
  • RDP Connection Properties
  • More on the TS General Tab
  • Using Group Policy with TS
  • Demo - Terminal Services Manager
  • Module 02 Review
Module 03 - Working with a Terminal Services Infrastructure
  • Lesson 1: Using Terminal Server Clients
  • Working with the TS Client
  • RDP as a TS Client
  • Using GPO to Configure the Client
  • Using TS User Profiles
  • Setting Up User Connections
  • TSM Properties
  • Managing Connected Users
  • Common User Management Tasks
  • Working with Client Resources
  • Lesson 2: Introducing the Terminal Services Gateway
  • What is the TS Gateway?
  • Example Design of the TS Gateway
  • TS Gateway Installation and Initial Configuration
  • The Installation Options
  • Demo - Terminal Services Infrastructure
  • Lesson 3: Application Publishing, Using the TS RemoteApp
  • Using TS RemoteApp to Publish an Application
  • Advantages of Using RemoteApp
  • Hosting a RemoteApp on a Server
  • Using TS Web Access to Deploy a RemoteApp
  • Distributing RemoteApps with RDP
  • Using the Windows Installer and Remote Application for Distribution
  • Demo - RemoteApp
  • Demo - RDPFile
  • Module 03 Review
Module 04 - Storage and High-Availability
  • Lesson 1: Server Storage Options and Setup
  • Overview of Server Storage Options
  • Managing Storage
  • Using Diskmgmt.msc
  • Advanced Volume Features
  • Demo - Working with Disk Sets
  • Lesson 2: Server Clusters
  • High-Availability Options
  • More About Load Balancing
  • High-Availability
  • Installing and Configuring High-Availability
  • Demo - NLB
  • Module 04 Review
Module 05 - File and Email Services
  • Lesson 1: Working with FTP
  • Publishing Services
  • FTP Publishing Service
  • FTP Security
  • Other FTP Settings
  • Working with FTP 7
  • FTP 7 Configuration Files
  • FTP User Security
  • More on User Isolation
  • Securing Network Access to/from FTP
  • FTP Firewall
  • Site Settings
  • Logs - Unsung Hero of Security
  • Directory Browsing
  • Demo - Configuring FTP
  • Demo - Working with FTP
  • Lesson 2: Working with SMTP
  • The SMTP Feature
  • Working with SMTP Services
  • SMTP Server Settings
  • Securing SMTP
  • SMTP Messages Options
  • Delivery Properties
  • Management Permission
  • Monitoring
  • Using SMTP
  • Accessing Email with ASP.NET
  • Demo - Installing SMTP
  • Module 05 Review
Module 06 - Working with Web Applications
  • Lesson 1: Installing IIS
  • IIS Security
  • What’s New in IIS 7.0
  • IIS Components and Options
  • The Application Server Role on Windows 2008 Server
  • Features of the Application Role
  • The IIS 7.0 Role on Windows 2008 Server
  • IIS Default Role Services
  • Review of the Role Services
  • Installing the IIS Role
  • Post IIS Installation Notes
  • What is the WSRM
  • Demo - Installing IIS
  • Lesson 2: Configuring IIS
  • Management Tools for IIS
  • IIS Management Console
  • Working with Web Sites
  • Sites and Bindings
  • Your Default Site
  • New Web Sites
  • Limiting Sites
  • Site Logging
  • How Do Web Applications Fit Into IIS?
  • Application Pools
  • Virtual Directories
  • Working with the CLI
  • The appcmd
  • More Command Line Options
  • Working with the Web Server Config Files
  • Web.config
  • Operations on Web Sites and Applications
  • Centralized Configuration
  • Migrating from IIS 6.0
  • Demo - Creating Web Sites
  • Demo - Backup IIS
  • Module 06 Review
Module 07 - Web Server Management & Security
  • Lesson 1: Working with IIS Security
  • What Accounts Were Created with IIS Installation?
  • File System Permissions
  • Working with IIS Administration Features
  • What are Request Handlers
  • Configuring Handlers
  • Handler Security
  • Handler Mappings
  • More Handler Security
  • Demo - Managing IIS Security
  • Demo - Managed Handler Mappings
  • Lesson 2: Securing Access to Web Services
  • Working with IIS Authentication
  • Types of Authentication
  • Authentication Requirements
  • Authentication Levels
  • URL Authorization Rules
  • Configuring Server Certificates
  • Getting the Certificate
  • Other Types of Certificates
  • Confirming the Certificate
  • Import and Export of Certificates
  • Encryption
  • More Security Options
  • .NET Trust Levels
  • Implementing .NET Trust Levels
  • Demo - Securing Web Services
  • Demo - Configuring Server Certificates
  • Module 07 Review
Module 08 - Collaboration with WSS
  • Lesson 1: Working with Windows SharePoint Services
  • What is WSS?
  • WSS Deployment Options
  • WSS Access
  • Options for Deployment
  • Demo - Installing SharePoint
  • WSS Configuration Wizard
  • Confirming Proper WSS Installation
  • Accessing WSS via the Web Client
  • Administering WSS from the Web Browser
  • The Administration Page
  • Managing SharePoint
  • Demo - Working with SharePoint
  • WSS Security
  • E-mail Options
  • WSS Logging
  • Usage Analysis
  • WSS Job Management
  • Administration Automation
  • Disaster Recovery for WSS
  • Working with WSS Sites
  • Site Collection Options
  • Quota Options
  • Managing the Site Settings
  • Working with Web Applications
  • Web Application Settings
  • Web Application Security
  • Using Application Templates
  • Module 08 Review
Module 09 - Working with Windows Media
  • Lesson 1: Windows Media Services
  • How to Configure Windows Media Service
  • Management Tools for Windows Media
  • Working with Publishing Points
  • Add Publishing Point Wizard
  • Administration of Publishing Points
  • Monitoring Publishing Points
  • Publishing Point Source Settings
  • Announcements
  • The Create Wrapper Wizard
  • The Announcement Wizard
  • Settings for the Publishing Point
  • Advertising Settings
  • Securing Windows Media Services
  • Cache/Proxy Features
  • Cache Settings
  • Proxy Settings
  • Monitoring Proxy/Cache Servers
  • Protecting Content
  • Demo - Installing Media Services
  • Demo - Making a Publishing Point
  • Module 09 Review
  • Course Closure

Course Features:

  • Video Lectures and Expert Instruction
    Practical knowledge is essential for success in a real world environment and we have chosen our instructors with this in mind - many of our instructors are business owners and have been employed in their respective fields for decades!
  • PowerPoint
    Utilizing PowerPoint presentations enhances the delivery by displaying a variety of visual information to the user. This type of representation allows the user to better interpret the material through charts, definitions, graphs, and more...
  • Easy Navigation
    Move forward, back, and repeat entire topics or just a section. A progress bar illuminates as you advance through exercises.
  • Printable Study Guides
    Printable study guides for the entire course are available. This allows all material to be viewed, reviewed, and printed for viewing at a later date.
  • Review Exercises
    Each section has a review quiz to aid in the learning process by validating the comprehension of the material covered before moving on to a new section.
  • Resume Option
    All courses are resumed to where you left off last session allowing you to learn when it is convenient for you without the hassle of remembering where you where.
  • Full Motion Video
    All courses feature full-motion videos of instructors teaching the information as if they are speaking directly to you. Our unique delivery simulates a one-on-one classroom environment creating a more personal lesson and learning experience.
  • Certificate of Completion
    Upon completion of your training course, you will receive a Certificate of completion displaying your full name, course completed as well as the date of completion. You can print this out or save it digitally to showcase your accomplishment.
  • Live, Hands-On Demonstrations
    Demonstrations are a way for the instructor to show and tell the user how to perform a task by actually doing it on screen in front of them.
  • Mobile Access: All our training courses are now available across all mobile devices.