Windows Server 2008 Security Control & Centralized Application Access

1 Day Course
Hands On
Code W2K8CL3/CL4

This course has been retired. Please view currently available Microsoft Windows 2008 Training Courses.

Modules

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Security Enhancements in Windows Server 2008 (4 topics)

  • Utilize Group Policy to implement security settings and features
  • Identify the features and technologies in Windows Server 2008 that allow administrators to enforce security policy throughout the enterprise
  • Explain IPSec and how it is implemented
  • Explain policy-based Quality of Service and how it is implemented

Network Access Protection (NAP) (5 topics)

  • Define Network Access Protection
  • Identify scenarios for using NAP
  • Identify network infrastructure components of NAP
  • Identify NAP enforcement methods
  • Identify the NAP settings for health determination and enforcement in NPS

Lab exercises (CL3) (6 topics)

  • Configure NAP components
  • Enforce NAP through IPSec
  • Enforce NAP through Remote Access/VPN
  • Enforce NAP through DHCP
  • Enforce NAP through 802.1X
  • Configure policy-based Quality of Service for a Line of Business app

Terminal Services Core Functionality (5 topics)

  • Identify core services of Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services
  • Identify the benefits of Remote Desktop Connection 6.0
  • Explain Windows Embedded for Point of Services device redirection
  • Identify Remote Desktop display improvements
  • Explain Single Sign-On in the Terminal Services environment

Terminal Services Gateway (4 topics)

  • Explain how TSG allows remote connection to terminal servers
  • Explain the benefits of TSG
  • Identify requirements/prerequisites for implementing TSG
  • Identify new functionality provided by TSG

Terminal Services Remote Programs (3 topics)

  • Describe the Terminal Services Remote Programs capability
  • Identify the benefits of using Terminal Services Remote Programs
  • Describe the benefits of using Terminal Services Web Access

Terminal Services and Windows System Resource Manager (3 topics)

  • Describe WSRM
  • Identify how WSRM can be used to optimize performance of servers
  • Explain how to configure WSRM for Terminal Services

Lab exercises (CL4) (4 topics)

  • Implement a client connection to a remote application using Terminal Services
  • Implement a Terminal Services Gateway
  • Deploy a TS Gateway Client
  • Use Windows Systems Resource Manager with Terminal Services

Prerequisites

IT Professionals skilled on the Terminal Services technologies included in Windows Server 2000 and Windows Server 2003.

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