Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Designing the Infrastructure
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To describe how to establish the main requirements for an Active Directory and network services infrastructure design
Prospective systems engineers, technical support engineers, and technical consultants seeking competency in Windows Server 2003; systems and network analysts seeking competency in Windows Server 2003
Experience in implementing and administrating Windows network operating systems; familiarity with directory services, network services, and network applications
Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Designing the Infrastructuredetermine the key features and concepts of Windows Server 2003 Active Directory design.appraise an organization’s technical environment and determine the technical requirements needed to implement a given set of business goals.appraise an organization’s technical environment and determine the technical requirements for given business goals.determine the Active Directory security requirements for an organization based on a specific set of business requirements.assess and determine the security requirements for an organization that is implementing Active Directory.appraise the current DNS infrastructure of an enterprise and its suitability for Active Directory design support.appraise the suitability of an enterprise DNS infrastructure for Active Directory implementation and determine a suitable strategy for DNS based on specific business and technical requirements.determine a suitable administration model and Active Directory conceptual forest design for a specific set of technical and business requirements.determine a suitable Active Directory conceptual domain design for a specific set of technical and business requirements.design an Active Directory infrastructure for an enterprise based on specific business and technical requirements.analyze an organization’s technical environment and determine specific design requirements for Active Directory.