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MOC 6439 - Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure

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Course duration

  • 5 Days

Course Outline

This Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure training introduces students to a series of Windows Server 2008 technologies that are used in common business scenarios, and are often the technical underpinnings for business applications. It guides students through the installation, configuration, management and troubleshooting of a Windows Server 2008 technology infrastructure for a large, comprehensive business application, assisting them with the foundational knowledge required for success in supporting such technologies. It covers technologies in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 including Sp1.

The training is intended for IT Professional technical specialists who work in the complex computing environment of a medium to large company and are responsible for the underlying Microsoft technologies that support a business application infrastructure in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

This course is also intended for IT professional technical specialists seeking to prepare for the 70-643: TS: Windows Server 2008 Application Infrastructure, Configuring examination.

  • Learn to configure Storage for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Applications
  • Learn to configure High Availability for Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 Applications
  • Learn about RDS in the Single-Server Configuration
  • Learn about RDS in the Multiple-Server Configuration
  • Learn to Securely Deliver RDS Applications to the Internet
  • Learn about IIS Web Applications
  • Learn about IIS FTP and SMTP Services
  • Learn about IIS Server and SSL Management
  • Learn about Microsoft SharePoint Foundation
  • Learn about Windows Streaming Media Services
  • Up to one year of experience managing Windows Server 2008 and/or Windows Server 2008 R2 in a medium-to-large networking environment of multiple physical locations.
  • At least two years of experience configuring and managing Windows Vista or Windows 7 clients
  • Experience managing applications and network technologies in an enterprise environment, which may include network services and resources such as messaging, databases, file and print, a firewall, Internet access, an intranet, Public Key Infrastructure, remote access, remote desktop, virtualization, and client computer management.
  • Experience managing connectivity requirements such as connecting branch offices and individual users in remote locations to corporate resources and connecting corporate networks.
  1. Configuring Storage for Windows Server 2008 Applications
    1. Storage Concepts in Windows Server 2008
    2. Configuring iSCSI Storage for Windows Server
    3. Working with Virtual Hard Disks
    4. Lab A: Configuring iSCSI Storage for Windows Server 2008
      1. Configuring iSCSI Storage Connections for Windows Server
      2. Configuring the MPIO DSM
      3. Configuring a Redundant iSCSI Connection Using MPIO
    5. Lab B: Managing Virtual Hard Disks
      1. Creating a Virtual Hard Disk
      2. Mounting a Virtual Hard Disk in Windows Server
      3. Configuring Windows Server to Startup from a Virtual Hard Disk
  2. Configuring High Availability for Windows Server 2008 Applications
    1. Network Load Balancing Fundamentals
    2. Implementing a Network Load Balancing Cluster
    3. Windows Failover Cluster Fundamentals
    4. Preparing for Failover Clustering
    5. Implementing a Windows Failover Cluster
    6. Lab A: Installing and Managing an NLB Cluster
      1. Building an NLB Cluster
      2. Configuring NLB Cluster Options
      3. Testing the NLB Cluster
      4. Managing an NLB Cluster
    7. Lab B: Building a Windows Failover Cluster
      1. Preparing Windows Server for Hosting a Failover Cluster
      2. Running the Cluster Validation Wizard
      3. Building a Failover Cluster
      4. Validating a Successful Failover Cluster Creation
    8. Lab C: Managing a Windows Failover Cluster
      1. Creating Cluster Resources
      2. Configuring Cluster Resource Dependencies
      3. Configuring Resource Policies and Owners
      4. Testing Cluster Fail Over
  3. Configuring Remote Desktop Services
    1. Remote Desktop Services Overview
    2. Configuring a Remote Desktop Services Host Server
    3. Configuring the Remote Desktop User Experience
    4. Deploying and Connecting to Remote App programs
    5. Connecting Users to Applications with RD Web Access and RADC
    6. Configuring Licensing for Remote Desktop Services
    7. Lab A: Installing and Configuring an RD Session Host Server
      1. Install the RD Session Host Role Service
      2. Install an Application on the RD Session Host Server
      3. Prepare the RD Session Host Server for Users
      4. Connect to an RD Session Host with the RD Client
    8. Lab B: Customizing the User Experience
      1. Configure RD Session Host Printing
      2. Configure RD Session Host Device Redirection
      3. Configure the Desktop Experience
      4. Configure Multimedia Redirection
      5. Configure IP Virtualization
    9. Lab C: Deploying and Connecting to Remote App programs
      1. Create a RemoteApp Program
      2. Deploy a RemoteApp
      3. Connect to a Deployed RemoteApp Program
    10. Lab D: Connecting Users to Applications with RD Web Access and RADC
      1. Exercise 1 Install and Configure RD Web Access
      2. Use RD Web Access to Connect to Remote App programs
      3. Configure Single Sign-On
      4. Configure RADC
      5. Use Group Policy to Distribute RADC Settings
      6. Use RADC to Connect to RemoteApp programs
    11. Lab E: Configuring Licensing for RDS
      1. Exercise 1 Install and Configure and RD Licensing Server
      2. Configure RD Session Host Servers for Licensing
      3. Review Licensing Configuration and Diagnosis
  4. RDS in the Multiple-Server Configuration
    1. Building an RDS Server Farm
    2. Monitoring the RDS Environment
    3. Lab A: Building an RDS Server Farm
      1. Install RDSH on NYC-RDSH2
      2. Configure an RDSH Server via Group Policy
      3. Configure RDCB and NLB to create an RDS Farm
      4. Configure RD Roaming Profiles
      5. Test the connection to an RDS Farm
    4. Lab B: Monitoring the RDS Environment
      1. Use the RD Manager to Administer User Sessions
      2. Use WSRM to Monitor RDS Resource Usage
      3. Configure Fair Share CPU Scheduling
  5. Securely Delivering RDS Applications to the Internet
    1. Remote Desktop Gateway Fundamentals
    2. Installing and Managing the RDG
    3. Lab: Installing and Managing the RDG
      1. Installing and Configuring the RDG
      2. Configuring RD CAPs and RD RAPs
      3. Configuring SSO for User Connections
      4. Testing RemoteApp Connections with the RDG
  6. IIS Web Applications
    1. IIS Functional Overview
    2. Creating IIS Web Sites and Applications
    3. Managing IIS Web Sites and Applications
    4. Lab A: Creating IIS Web Sites and Applications
      1. Configuring IIS Server Settings
      2. Configuring an Application Pool
      3. Creating and Configuring a Web Site
      4. Configuring Basic Settings for a Web Application
      5. Backing Up IIS Configuration Settings
      6. Configuring a Virtual Directory
    5. Lab B: Managing IIS Web Sites and Applications
      1. Configuring ASP.NET
      2. Configuring ASP.NET Application Settings
      3. Configuring ASP.NET Security
  7. IIS FTP and SMTP Services
    1. Implementing and Configuring IIS FTP Sites
    2. Implementing and Configuring IIS SMTP Sites
    3. Lab: Implementing FTP and SMTP
      1. Installing FTP and SMTP
      2. Configuring and Testing FTP
      3. Configuring and Testing SMTP
  8. IIS Server and SSL Management
    1. Monitoring and Logging IIS
    2. Managing IIS and SSL Security
    3. Managing IIS Administrative Delegation and Remote Administration
    4. Lab A: Managing IIS and SSL Security
      1. Configuring SSL Bindings
      2. Configuring IP Address Blocking
      3. Configuring Logging
      4. Testing and Validating the Configuration
    5. Lab B: Configuring Remote and Delegated Administration in IIS
      1. Configuring IIS Remote Administration
      2. Configuring IIS Delegated Administration
      3. Configuring IIS Feature Delegation
  9. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation
    1. Installing and Configuring SharePoint Foundation
    2. SharePoint Foundation Integration
    3. Lab: Installing and Configuring SharePoint Foundation
      1. Install SharePoint Foundation 2010
      2. Create an initial SharePoint site and document library
      3. Delegate site permissions
      4. Backup and recover the SharePoint site
      5. Configure SharePoint Timer jobs
      6. Configure usage and Report logging
      7. Resetting the lab environment
  10. Windows Streaming Media Services
    1. Installing and Configuring Streaming Media Services
    2. Securing Streaming Media
    3. Lab A: Installing and Configuring Media Services
      1. Installing the Media Services Role
      2. Configuring On-Demand Streaming and RTSP
      3. Configuring Bandwidth and Connection Limits
      4. Verify and Tune Media Services delivery
      5. Configuring Web-based Administration of Media Services
    4. Lab B: Configuring Media Services Content Security
      1. Configuring Authentication for a Publishing Point
      2. Restricting Access to Files to Specified Users
      3. Allowing Anonymous Access to Files on a New Publishing Point
      4. Allowing Access to Intranet Users

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