M1562: Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Networking Services Infrastructure

5 Day Course
Official Microsoft Curriculum
Code M1562

This course has been retired. Please view currently available Microsoft Windows 2000 Training Courses.

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Windows 2000 Networking Overview (4 topics)

  • Introduction to Windows 2000 Network Services
  • Defining the Network Design Attributes
  • Unit 1: Designing the Network Foundation

Designing a TCP/IP Solution (8 topics)

  • Identifying the Networking Solutions Provided by TCP/IP
  • Designing a Functional TCP/IP Solution
  • Securing a TCP/IP Solution
  • Enhancing a TCP/IP Design for Availability
  • Enhancing a TCP/IP Design for Performance Labs
  • Analysing a TCP/IP Design
  • Designing a TCP/IP Solution

Designing an Automated IP (9 topics)

  • Configuration Service Using DHCP
  • Identifying the Automated IP Configuration Solutions Using DHCP
  • Designing a Functional DHCP Solution
  • Securing a DHCP Solution
  • Enhancing a DHCP Design for Availability
  • Enhancing a DHCP Design for Performance Labs
  • Analysing a DHCP Design
  • Creating a DHCP Design

Designing a Name Resolution Service Using DNS (8 topics)

  • Identifying DNS as a Solution for Name Resolution
  • Establishing DNS Functionality
  • Securing a DNS Solution
  • Enhancing the DNS Design for Availability
  • Optimising the DNS Design for Performance Labs
  • Analysing a DNS Design
  • Creating a DNS Design

Designing a NetBIOS Name Resolution Service Using WINS (9 topics)

  • Identifying the Networking Solutions Provided by WINS
  • Designing a Functional WINS Solution
  • Securing a WINS Solution
  • Enhancing the WINS Design for Availability
  • Optimising the WINS Design for Performance Labs
  • Analysing a WINS Design
  • Creating a WINS Design
  • Unit 2: Designing Internet Connectivity

Designing Internet Connectivity Using Network Address Translation (9 topics)

  • Identifying NAT as a solution for Internet Connectivity
  • Designing a Functional NAT Solution
  • Securing a NAT Solution
  • Enhancing a NAT Design for Availability
  • Optimising the NAT Design for Performance Labs
  • Analysing a NAT Design
  • Creating a NAT Design

Designing Internet Connectivity Using Proxy Server 3.0 (9 topics)

  • Identifying Proxy Server as a Solution for Internet Connectivity
  • Designing a Functional Proxy Server Solution
  • Securing a Proxy Server Solution
  • Enhancing a Proxy Server Design for Availability
  • Optimising a Proxy Server Solution for Performance
  • Labs
  • Analysing a Proxy Server Design
  • Creating a Proxy Server Design

Designing Connectivity Between Private Networks (7 topics)

  • Recognising Routing as a Solution for Connectivity between Private Networks
  • Designing a Functional Routing Solution
  • Securing Private Network Connections
  • Optimising a Router Design for Availability and Performance Labs
  • Analysing a Routing Design
  • Creating a Routing Design

Designing Remote User Connectivity (8 topics)

  • Identifying Routing and Remote Access as a Solution for Remote Access
  • Designing a Functional Remote Access Solution
  • Securing a Remote Access Solution
  • Enhancing the Remote Access Design for Availability
  • Optimising the Remote Access Design for Performance Labs
  • Analysing a Remote Access Design
  • Creating a Remote Access Design

Designing a Remote Access Solution Using RADIUS (8 topics)

  • Recognising RADIUS as a Solution for Remote Access
  • Designing a Functional RADIUS Solution
  • Securing a RADIUS Design
  • Enhancing the RADIUS Design for Availability
  • Creating a RADIUS Design
  • Enhancing the RADIUS Design for Performance Labs
  • Analysing a RADIUS Design

Developing a Windows 2000 Network Management Strategy (7 topics)

  • Defining a Management Strategy
  • Identifying the Processes of the Strategy
  • Generating Information of the Status of Services
  • Selecting Reactive or Predictive Strategies Labs
  • Analysing a Networking Services Management Design
  • Designing a Networking Services Management Design

Designing Strategies for Combining Services (9 topics)

  • Identifying Benefits of Designing Services
  • Combining Services in a Design
  • Securing a Design by Combining Services
  • Enhancing Availability by Combining Services
  • Optimising Performance by Combining Services Labs
  • Analyse Service Interactions in a Design
  • Create Designs to Combine Services

Creating Networking Service Designs to Support Applications (12 topics)

  • Providing E-Commerce Solutions
  • Providing Joint Project Development Solutions
  • Providing Distributed Sales Solutions
  • Providing Internet Service Provider Solutions
  • Providing Virtual Office Solutions
  • Labs
  • Analyse and Create Solutions for Organisations Using E-Commerce
  • Analyse and Create Solutions for Joint Projects Between Commercial Organisations
  • Analyse and Create Solutions for Distributed Sales Organisation
  • Analyse and Create Solutions for Internet Service Providers
  • Analyse and Create Solutions for Virtual Offices

Prerequisites

Students should have: Attended course M1560: Updating Support Skills from Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 to Microsoft Windows 2000, or course M2154: Implementing and Administering Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services, or have equivalent skills and knowledge

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