Network Infrastructure and topologies for Windows 2003 Enterprise networks

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


To identify the infrastructural requirements of an enterprise networking environment

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


Experience in implementing and administrating Windows operating systems; familiarity with directory and network services; certification on the Microsoft Windows 2000 platforms

Expected Duration

180 min.

Course Objectives

Network Infrastructure and topologies for Windows 2003 Enterprise networks

  • plan an effective remote access solution for dial-up and virtual private network users for an organisation
  • configure and migrate a remote access solution into an exsisting enterprise network topology
  • determine an appropriate secure RAS solution that ensures availability for an enterprise, based on a specific set of requirements
  • determine an appropriate routing strategy that utilizes the demand dial interface to establish a routing connection
  • design and implement a secure Windows Server 2003 RAS solution for a network.
  • determine a suitable clustering service solution for a given enterprise network scenario.
  • determine a suitable redundancy strategy for a Windows Server 2003 network.
  • determine a suitable terminal services configuration and deployment for an enterprise.
  • design a network solution to provide redundancy, and implement terminal services.