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MOC 6436 - Designing a Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Infrastructure and Services

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Course duration

  • 5 Days

Course Outline

With this Windows Server 2008 training, you will learn how to design an Active Directory Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008. You will learn how to design Active Directory forests, domain infrastructure, sites and replication, administrative structures, group policies, and Public Key Infrastructures. YOu will also learn how to design for security, high availability, disaster recovery, and migrations.

This course is intended for Windows Server 2008 IT professionals who want to become Windows Server 2008 enterprise administrators and move into the role of designing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) environments.

  • Learn to design an Active Directory infrastructure and services in Windows Server 2008.
  • Completion of curriculum or equivalent knowledge and skills.
  • Knowledge of Windows Vista Terminal Services or Deployment Terminal Services
  1. Designing an Active Directory Forest Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008
    1. Determining Active Directory Forest Design Requirements
    2. Designing an Active Directory Forest
    3. Designing Active Directory Forest Trusts
    4. Managing the Active Directory Schema
    5. Understanding Windows Time Service
    6. Lab: Designing an Active Directory Forest Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing an Active Directory Forest
      2. Designing and Implementing Active Directory Forest Trusts
      3. Designing and Implementing Active Directory Schema Changes
      4. Discussions About Exercise 1-3 Design Decisions
  2. Designing an Active Directory Domain Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008
    1. Designing Active Directory Domains
    2. Designing the Integration of DNS Namespaces
    3. Designing the Placement of Domain Controllers
    4. Designing Active Directory Domain Trusts
    5. Lab: Designing an Active Directory Domain Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing Active Directory Domains
      2. Designing and Implementing DNS Namespace Integration
      3. Designing and Implementing Read-Only Domain Controller Security
      4. Designing and Implementing Active Directory Domain Trusts
      5. Discussions About Exercise 1-4 Design Decisions
  3. Designing Active Directory Sites and Replication in Windows Server 2008
    1. Designing Active Directory Sites
    2. Designing AD DS Replication
    3. Designing the Placement of Domain Controllers in AD DS Sites
    4. Lab: Designing AD DS Sites and Replication in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing and Implementing AD DS Sites
      2. Designing and Implementing AD DS Replication
      3. Designing the Placement of Domain Controllers
      4. Discussions About Exercise 1-3 Design Decisions
  4. Designing Active Directory Domain Administrative Structures in Windows Server 2008
    1. Planning an Active Directory Domain Administrative Structure
    2. Designing Organizational Unit Structures
    3. Designing an Active Directory Group Strategy
    4. Planning for User and Computer Account Management
    5. Lab: Designing AD DS Administrative Structures in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing and Implementing Organizational Units
      2. Designing and Implementing Active Directory Group Strategies
      3. Automating User Account Management by using Windows PowerShell
      4. Discussions About Exercise 1-3 Design Decisions
  5. Designing Active Directory Group Policy in Windows Server 2008
    1. Gathering Information for Group Policy Deployment
    2. Designing Group Policy Settings
    3. Designing Group Policy Processing
    4. Designing Group Policy Management
    5. Lab: Designing Active Directory Administrative Structures in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing and Implementing Group Policy Settings
      2. Designing and Implementing Group Policy Application
      3. Designing and Implementing Group Policy Management
      4. Discussions About Exercise 1-3 Design Decisions
  6. Designing AD DS Security in Windows Server 2008
    1. Designing Active Directory Security Policies
    2. Designing Active Directory Domain Controller Security
    3. Designing Administrator Security and Delegation
    4. Lab: Designing AD DS Security in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing and Implementing Domain Security Policies
      2. Designing and Implementing Domain Controller Security Policies
      3. Designing and Implementing Administrator Security and Delegation
      4. Discussions About Exercise 1-3 Design Decisions
  7. Designing Active Directory High Availability in Windows Server 2008
    1. Understanding AD DS High Availability
    2. Designing an AD DS High Availability Strategy
    3. Lab: Designing AD DS Availability in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing a High Availability Plan for AD DS
      2. Discussions About Exercise 1 Design Decisions
  8. Designing AD DS Disaster Recovery in Windows Server 2008
    1. Designing an Active Directory Database Maintenance Strategy
    2. Designing an Active Directory Backup and Recovery Strategy
    3. Designing an AD DS Monitoring Strategy
    4. Lab: Designing Active Directory Disaster Recovery in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing and Implementing a Domain Controller Maintenance Plan
      2. Designing and Implementing a Domain Controller Monitoring Plan
      3. Discussions About Exercise 1-2 Design Decisions
  9. Designing Public Key Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008
    1. Overview of PKI and Active Directory Certificate Services
    2. Designing a Certification Authority Hierarchy
    3. Designing Certificate Template
    4. Designing Certificate Distribution and Revocation
    5. Lab: Designing Public Key Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing and Implementing a CA Hierarchy
      2. Designing and Implementing AD CS Certificate Templates
      3. Designing and Implementing Certificate Enrollment and Revocation
      4. Discussions About Exercises 1-3 Design Decisions
  10. Designing an AD RMS Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008
    1. Gathering Information for an Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) Design
    2. Designing AD RMS Clusters and Access
    3. Designing AD RMS Backup and Recovery
    4. Lab: Designing an AD RMS Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing AD RMS Clusters and Access
      2. Designing AD RMS Backup and Recovery
      3. Discussions About Exercises 1-2 Design Decisions
  11. Designing an Active Directory Federation Services Implementation in Windows Server 2008
    1. Overview of an Active Directory Federation Services Design
    2. Designing a Business-to-Business Federation
    3. Designing Active Directory Federation Services Claims and Applications
    4. Lab: Designing an Active Directory Federation Services Implementation in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing Active Directory Federation Services Access to Applications in a Perimeter Network
      2. Designing Active Directory Federation Services Access to Partner Applications
      3. Designing Active Directory Federation Services for Partner Access to Applications in a Perimeter Network
      4. Discussions About Exercise1-3 Design Decisions
  12. Designing an AD LDS Implementation
    1. AD LDS Deployment Scenarios
    2. Overview of an AD LDS Implementation Design
    3. Designing AD LDS Schema and Replication
    4. Integrating AD LDS with AD DS
    5. Lab: Designing an AD LDS Implementation
      1. Designing and Configuring AD LDS Replication for Internal Applications
      2. Designing and Configuring AD LDS Replication for External Applications
      3. Designing Highly Available LDAP Services for Multiple Applications
      4. Discussions About Exercises 1-3 Design Decisions
  13. Designing Active Directory Migrations in Windows Server 2008
    1. Choosing an Active Directory Migration Strategy
    2. Designing a Domain Upgrade Strategy
    3. Designing a Domain Restructure Strategy
    4. Lab: Designing Active Directory Migrations in Windows Server 2008
      1. Designing an Active Directory Migration Strategy
      2. Designing an Active Directory Migration Implementation Plan
      3. Discussions About Exercise 1-2 Design Decisions

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