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Exam 70-646 Training: Windows Server 2008 Administration for certification examThis course will prepare the student for Exam 70-646: Pro: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator. Topics covered include planning for server deployment and management, application and data provisioning, business continuity and high availability, and monitoring and maintaining servers.

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70-646 Exam: Course Outline (Duration: 11h 43m)
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Chapter 01 - Preparing for Windows 2008 Installation
  • Lesson 1: Overview of Windows Server 2008 Deployment
  • Business Needs
  • Consolidation Benefits with Server 2008
  • High Availability
  • 64-bit Systems Options
  • Virtualization Options
  • Any Issues With Compatibility
  • Lesson 2: Making a Deployment Plan for Windows 2008 Server
  • Document and study the Current Network Environment
  • Designing Server Deployments
  • Maintenance and Deployment Schedules
  • Lesson 3: Planning Migration
  • Creating a Migration Plan
  • Using the Upgrade Plan
  • What Can Delay Your Windows 2008 Server Installation?
  • Chapter 01 Review
Chapter 02 - Configuration Change Plan
  • Lesson 1: Developing a Change Control Process
  • How Does the Change Control Process Work?
  • Create a Communication Plan
  • Classifying Change Requests
  • Approving the Change
  • The Emergency Change
  • Lesson 2: Developing Configuration Changes
  • Overview of Developing Configuration Changes
  • Analyzing the Change
  • The Testing Process
  • Have a Backup Plan - Rollback
  • Lesson 3: Reviewing Configuration Changes
  • Testing the Success of a Change
  • Analyzing the Success of a Change
  • Documentation Update
  • Chapter 02 Review
Chapter 03 - Preparing for Server 2008 Migration
  • Lesson 1: Server Migration
  • Making a Windows 2008 Server Deployment Plan
  • How Virtualization Helps
  • Planning for a Rollback
  • Migrating Data And Services
  • Lesson 2: How to Plan for the Server Decommissioning Process
  • Decommissioning
  • Considerations for Decommissioning a Server
  • Licensing
  • Lesson 3: Planning an Example of Commissioning a Windows Server 2008 File Server
  • Server Deployment Tools
  • Planning According to Policy
  • Migrating File Servers
  • Demo - Installation Part A
  • Demo - Installation Part B
  • Chapter 03 Review
Chapter 04A - Server Migration and Planning for Roles
  • Lesson 1: Planning for Windows Server 2008 Hardware
  • How Windows Server 2008 Uses Process and Memory Resources
  • How to Choose either 32-Bit or 64-Bit Hardware
  • Guidelines for Combining Server Roles
  • Hardware Redundancy
  • Lesson 2: Planning for Windows Server 2008 Core
  • Why the Server Core?
  • Hardware Requirements for Windows Server 2008 Server Core
  • Demo - Role Consolidation
  • Demo - File Resource Manager
  • Lesson 3: Combining Windows Server 2008 Server Roles
  • What are Server Roles
  • Performance Implications of Combining Server Roles
  • Recommendations for Combining Servers
  • Options for Maintaining High Availability
  • Lesson 4: Planning for Windows Server 2008 File Servers
  • File Storage in Windows Server 2008
  • Recommendations for File Storage
  • High-Availability File Servers
  • Clustering Options for File Servers
Chapter 04B - Server Migration and Planning for Roles
  • Lesson 1: Understanding Application Server Role Requirements
  • What Scenarios Require the Application Server Role
  • Preparing for Installation of the Application Server Role
  • Supporting Technologies for Applications
  • Compatibility
  • Lesson 2: Overview of the Application Server Role Components
  • Windows Workflow Foundation
  • Windows Presentation Foundation
  • Windows Communication Foundation
  • Lesson 3: Supporting the .NET Framework
  • How the .NET Framework is Used
  • .NET Versions
  • Chapter 04 Review
Chapter 05 - Distributed File System
  • Lesson 1: What's Required for DFS
  • Needed Services for DFS
  • DFS Architecture
  • Lesson 2: Planning for High Availability in DFS
  • DFS Namespaces
  • DFS Replication
  • Data Storage
  • Comparing Domain and Stand-Alone DFS
  • Lesson 3: Managing DFS
  • DFS Management Tools
  • Delegating DFS Administration
  • Demo - DFS
  • Chapter 05 Review
Chapter 06 - Windows Server 2008 High Availability
  • Lesson 1: Network Load Balancing
  • Features of Network Load Balancing
  • Changes in Network Load Balancing for Windows Server 2008
  • Troubleshooting Network Load Balancing
  • Lesson 2: Understanding Failover Clustering in Windows Server 2008
  • Features of Clustering in Windows Server 2008
  • Failover Clustering Enhancements in Windows Server 2008
  • Validating a Failover Clustering Solution in Windows Server 2008
  • Tools to Manage Failover Clustering in Windows Server 2008
  • Lesson 3: Creating Clusters in Windows Server 2008
  • Hardware Requirements for Failover Clustering
  • Planning Failover Clusters in Windows Server 2008
  • Managing Failover Clustering in Windows Server 2008
  • Chapter 06 Review
Chapter 07 - Monitoring Windows Server
  • Lesson 1: Setting Up Monitoring
  • Why Should You Monitor
  • Monitoring Options
  • Planning for Event Monitoring
  • Lesson 2: Measuring Performance Objects
  • Server Role Metrics
  • Key Performance Counters
  • Lesson 3: Calculating a Server Baseline
  • Key Hardware Components to Monitor
  • Common Performance Metrics
  • Analyzing Performance Trends
  • Planning for Future Capacity Requirements
  • Lesson 4: Which Monitoring Tools to Use
  • Windows Server 2008 Monitoring Tools
  • Reliability and Performance Monitor
  • Windows Performance Monitor
  • Third-Party Monitoring Tools
  • Lesson 5: Planning Notification Methods
  • What is Good for the Business
  • How Can I Be Notified?
  • When to Escalate
  • Demo - WRPM
  • Chapter 07 Review
Chapter 08 - Windows Server Security
  • Lesson 1: Designing a Multi-Layer Defense
  • Multi-Layer Defense Strategy
  • What Defense Layers Should Be Considered?
  • Lesson 2: Network-Based Security for Windows Server 2008
  • Network Security Terms
  • Options for Network Security
  • Recommendations for Implementing Windows Server 2008 Server Core
  • Demo - Security
  • Demo - Server Core Introduction
  • Lesson 3: Host-Based Security for Windows Server 2008
  • Assigning Administrative Permissions
  • Windows Server 2008 Firewall Configuration
  • Security Templates
  • Converting Security Configuration Wizard Settings to Security Templates
  • Chapter 08 Review
Chapter 09 - Windows Server Backup and Restore
  • Lesson 1: Backup Strategies with Windows Server 2008
  • Selecting Backup Software and Backup Operators
  • Planning Backup in Windows Server 2008
  • Backup Scheduling
  • Making the Data Rentention Plan
  • Backing Up Encrypted Files and Virtual Machines
  • Factors Affecting Backup Policy
  • Storage and Security Considerations
  • Process for Selecting Backup Operators
  • Demo - Backup
  • Lesson 2: Planning a Server Restore Policy
  • Server Restore
  • Challenges of a Server Restore
  • Backup Plan Options
  • Change Management Considerations
  • Lesson 3: Verifying Restored Data
  • Restore Logs
  • Accessing Data After Restore
  • Security Analysis
  • Updating Backup Policy
  • Lesson 4: Planning an EFS Restore Policy
  • Planning for Restoring EFS Data
  • Requirements for EFS Recovery
  • Chapter 09 Review
Chapter 10 - Windows Server Maintenance Plan
  • Lesson 1: Planning for Security Update Management
  • WSUS Deployment Considerations
  • WSUS Group Policy Settings
  • Obtaining Updates
  • Server Core Security Updates
  • Demo - Management Tasks
  • Lesson 2: Basic Windows Server 2008 Management Tasks
  • Windows Server 2008 Management Tasks
  • Tasks Most Servers Share
  • Frequency of Management Tasks
  • Lesson 3: Automating Windows Server 2008 Maintenance
  • Automation Requirements
  • Task Automation Tools
  • Tool Selection Process
  • Chapter 10 Review
Chapter 11 - Planning for Business Continuity
  • Lesson 1: Planning for Business Continuity
  • Software Failure and the BIA
  • How Much of an Impact from Software Failure
  • Tracking Service Level Agreements
  • Creating Change Management Procedures
  • Typical Stages in a Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Lesson 2: Reviewing Core Operating System Components
  • Identifying Core Operating System Components
  • Identifying Additional Roles and Services
  • Server Applications
  • Lesson 3: Reviewing Log Files
  • Monitoring Log Files by Using Event Viewer
  • Monitoring Application Logs
  • Lesson 4: Evaluating Security Issues
  • Troubleshooting Group Policy Security Settings
  • Defense-in-Depth Components
  • Identifying Faults
  • Chapter 11 Review
Chapter 12 - Windows Server Troubleshooting
  • Lesson 1: Discovering Hardware Support Issues
  • Tools Used for Troubleshooting
  • Evaluating Hardware Devices
  • Lesson 2: Handling Device Driver Failures
  • Determining Drivers in Use
  • When to Escalate
  • Replacing Drivers
  • Lesson 3: Handling Hardware Component Failures
  • Documenting Vulnerable Hardware Components
  • Replacing Devices
  • Lesson 4: Determining the Scale of Network Issues
  • Business Impact of Network Failure
  • Scale of Failure
  • Service Level Agreements
  • Change Management Procedures
  • Interaction with Other Teams
  • Lesson 5: Name Resolution in Windows Server 2008
  • Domain Name System
  • Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution
  • Legacy Protocols
  • Lesson 6: Fixing IP Connectivity Issues
  • Which Versions of IP Are Being Used?
  • Resolving Logical Addressing Problems
  • Chapter 12 Review
  • Course Closure

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