Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Network Infrastructure and Active Directory Physical Design

This course is included in our On-demand training solution.

Overview

To identify the options and decision criteria involved in designing the Windows Server 2003 network infrastructure and Active Directory physical design

Target Audience

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

Prerequisites

Experience in implementing and administrating Windows network operating systems; familiarity with directory services, network services, and network applications

Expected Duration

240 min.

Course Objectives

Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Network Infrastructure and Active Directory Physical Design

  • determine the appropriate placement of specific server roles based on a specific set of business and technical requirements.
  • determine a suitable placement strategy for operations master roles in an Active Directory design.
  • design the placement of domain controllers, global catalog servers, and operations master roles in an Active Directory design.
  • determine an appropriate TCP/IP addressing scheme design for a network.
  • determine a secure Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) solution for a network based on a specific set of requirements.
  • identify a method for implementing and managing IPSec on a routed network.
  • select an appropriate TCP/IP configuration for an enterprise.
  • determine an appropriate routing infrastructure for a network using the Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS).
  • select an appropriate routing protocol for a network.
  • determine a suitable strategy to secure routers in a network.
  • determine a suitable strategy to secure routed data in a network.
  • select a secure routing solution for a network.
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