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Microsoft 70-640: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuring & Lab

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  • Typology

    Training

  • Level

    Intermediate

  • Methodology

    Online

  • Duration

    Flexible

  • Start

    Different dates available

Description

This course is preparation for the 70-640 exam. This exam covers the following topics: Configuring Domain Name System (DNS) for Active Directory, Configuring the Active Directory infrastructure, Configuring Active Directory roles and services, Creating and maintaining Active Directory objects, Maintaining the Active Directory environment, Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services.

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What you'll learn on the course

  • Monitoring
  • Accounts
  • Access
  • Windows
  • Server
  • Windows Server
  • DNS
  • Active Directory
  • Flash
  • Public
  • Industry
  • Security Management
  • Computer
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Software
  • Active Directory
  • Monitoring
  • Management Services
  • Desktop Environmental
  • ADRMS
  • Security Settings
  • Troubleshooting Application
  • Configuring DNS
  • Active Directory
  • Configuring DNS
  • Configuring DNS

Course programme

Module 1: Active Directory - An Identity And Access Solution

1.1 Introduction

1.2 Understanding The Purpose Of Identity And Access Control

1.3 Active Directory Server Roles For I D A Management - Part 1

1.4 Active Directory Server Roles For I D A Management - Part 2

1.5 Active Directory Server Roles That Support I D A Solutions

1.6 Active Directory Summary

Module 2: Introduction To Active Directory Domain Services

2.1 Overview Of Active Directory Identity And Access - Part 1

2.2 Overview Of Active Directory Identity And Access - Part 2

2.3 Overview Of Active Directory Identity And Access - Part 3

2.4 Active Directory Components And Concepts - Part 1

2.5 Active Directory Components And Concepts - Part 2

2.6 Active Directory Components And Concepts - Part 3

2.7 Active Directory Components And Concepts - Part 4

2.8 Active Directory Components And Concepts - Part 5

2.9 Implementing Active Directory - Part 1

2.10 Implementing Active Directory - Part 2

2.11 Implementing Active Directory - Part 3

2.12 Implementing Active Directory - Part 4

2.13 Implementing Active Directory - Part 5

2.14 Implementing Active Directory - Part 6

2.15 Implementing Active Directory - Part 7

2.16 Implementing Active Directory - Part 8

2.17 Overview Of Active Directory - Part 1

2.18 Overview Of Active Directory - Part 2

2.19 Overview Of Active Directory - Part 3

2.20 Summary

Module 3: Configuring DNS To Support Active Directory Domain Services

3.1 Overview Of Active Directory And D N S Integration - Part 1

3.2 Overview Of Active Directory And D N S Integration - Part 2

3.3 Configure Active Directory Integrated Zones - Part 1

3.4 Configure Active Directory Integrated Zones - Part 2

3.5 Configure Dynamic Updates

3.6 Configure Read- Only Zones

Module 4: Active Directory Object Management

4.1 Overview Of Active Directory Objects

4.2 Configuring User And Computer Accounts - Part 1

4.3 Configuring User And Computer Accounts - Part 2

4.4 Configuring User And Computer Accounts - Part 3

4.5 Configuring Groups - Part 1

4.6 Configuring Groups - Part 2

4.7 Configuring Groups - Part 3

4.8 Configuring Groups - Part 4

4.9 Configuring Groups - Part 5

4.10 Automating Object Management - Part 1

4.11 Automating Object Management - Part 2

4.12 Automating Object Management - Part 3

4.13 Automating Object Management - Part 4

4.14 Automating Object Management - Part 5

4.15 Delegation Of Administrative Control - Part 1

4.16 Delegation Of Administrative Control - Part 2

4.17 Summary

Module 5: Managing Active Directory Replication Using Sites

5.1 Configuring Sites And Subnets - Part 1

5.2 Configuring Sites And Subnets - Part 2

5.3 Configuring Replication - Part 1

5.4 Configuring Replication - Part 2

5.5 Configuring Replication - Part 3

5.6 Configuring Replication - Part 4

5.7 Summary

Module 6: Configuration Management Using Group Policy

6.1 Understanding Group Policy - Part 1

6.2 Understanding Group Policy - Part 2

6.3 Understanding Group Policy - Part 3

6.4 Understanding Group Policy - Part 4

6.5 Understanding Group Policy - Part 5

6.6 Understanding Group Policy - Part 6

6.7 Working With G P Os - Part 1

6.8 Working With G P Os - Part 2

6.9 Working With G P Os - Part 3

6.10 Working With G P Os - Part 4

6.11 Troubleshooting Application Of GPO

6.12 Delegating Administrative Control Of Group Policy

6.13 Summary

Module 7: Desktop Environmental And Security Management

7.1 Configure Scripts And Folder Redirection - Part 1

7.2 Configure Scripts And Folder Redirection - Part 2

7.3 Deploying Software - Part 1

7.4 Deploying Software - Part 2

7.5 Deploying Software - Part 3

7.6 Delegating Computer Support

7.7 Managing Security Settings - Part 1

7.8 Managing Security Settings - Part 2

7.9 Managing Security Settings - Part 3

7.10 Managing Security Settings - Part 4

7.11 Managing Security Settings - Part 5

7.12 Utilizing Auditing - Part 1

7.13 Utilizing Auditing - Part 2

7.14 Summary

Module 8: Maintaining Active Directory

8.1 Monitoring Active Directory - Part 1

8.2 Monitoring Active Directory - Part 2

8.3 Monitoring Active Directory - Part 3

8.4 Monitoring Active Directory - Part 4

8.5 Managing The Active Directory Database

8.6 Disaster Recovery For Active Directory - Part 1

8.7 Disaster Recovery For Active Directory - Part 2

8.8 Disaster Recovery For Active Directory - Part 3

8.9 Disaster Recovery For Active Directory - Part 4

8.10 Maintaining Active Directory Domain Services Summary

Module 9: Deploy and Manage a Public Key Infrastructure

9.1 Overvie W Of Public Key Infrastructure And A D C S - Part 1

9.2 Overvie W Of Public Key Infrastructure And A D C S - Part 2

9.3 Overvie W Of Public Key Infrastructure And A D C S - Part 3

9.4 Deploying A Certificate Authority Hierarchy

9.5 Installing A D C S - Part 1

9.6 Installing A D C S - Part 2

9.7 Installing A D C S - Part 3

9.8 Installing A D C S - Part 4

9.9 Deploying And Managing Certificates - Part 1

9.10 Deploying And Managing Certificates - Part 2

9.11 Deploying And Managing Certificates - Part 3

9.12 Deploying And Managing Certificates - Part 4

9.13 Managing Revocation And Distribution - Part 1

9.14 Managing Revocation And Distribution - Part 2

9.15 Configuring Certificate Recovery - Part 1

9.16 Configuring Certificate Recovery - Part 2

9.17 Deploy And Manage A Public Key Infrastructure Summary

Module 10: Supporting Applications with AD LDS

10.1 A D L D S Overvie W - Part 1

10.2 A D L D S Overvie W - Part 2

10.3 Configuring A D L D S Instances

10.4 Configuring Replication

10.5 Understanding Integration With A D L D S

10.6 Supporting Applications With A D L D S Summary

Module 11: Deploying Active Directory Federated Services

11.1 A D F S Overvie W

11.2 A D F S Deployment Scenarios

11.3 Deploying A D F S - Part 1

11.4 Deploying A D F S - Part 2

11.5 Deploying A D F S - Part 3

11.6 Deploying Active Directory Federated Services Summary

Module 12: Deploying Active Directory Rights Management Services

12.1 A D R M S Overvie W

12.2 Understanding A D R M S

12.3 Managing ADRMS - Part 1

12.4 Managing ADRMS - Part 2

12.5 Managing ADRMS - Part 3

12.6 Managing ADRMS - Part 4

12.7 Deployment Active Directory Rights Management Services Summary

12.8 Active Directory Outro

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