Windows 2000 – Implementing a Network Infrastructure: Security
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
To provide an overview of security in a Windows 2000 network
Students preparing for Microsoft exam 70-216; students working in a medium to very large computing environments that use the Windows 2000 network operating system
Familiarity with the Windows 2000 network operating system
Windows 2000 – Implementing a Network Infrastructure: Securitydefine a VPN and identify VPN connection types and protocols.cite security considerations for configuring a VPN and specify inbound and outbound VPN connections.configure an outbound VPN connection.give a brief account of VPN management issues including user access, verification, and maintenance.identify common problems on VPN networks, plan strategies to deal with acceptance and rejection problems, and list diagnostic tools available for troubleshooting VPNs in Windows 2000.define the roles of IPSec in security policies and authentication methods.configure and enable an IP Security policy, implement security rules, change tunnel settings, and assign a predefined policy.create, customize, and enable an IPSec policy.cite notification and security issues that relate to IPSec.list possible causes of IPSec failure, check policy settings, and use IPSec Monitor.define the functions of NAT, and give a brief account of considerations relating to implementing NAT.install NAT and specify its properties.specify a new interface and allocate a public address pool.plan strategies to secure a NAT router and enhance NAT performance.recognize common problems associated with NAT and take steps to solve them.define key encryption and list the functions of a certificate authority.install and configure certificate services.add a trusted root CA, and create and configure a subordinate standalone CA.give an account of managing certificates and troubleshooting Certificate Services.