M2282: Designing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory and Network Infrastructure
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This course is intended for individuals who are employed as or seeking employment as a systems engineer in a Windows Server 2003-based environment.
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Introduction to Designing an Active Directory and Network Infrastructure (5 topics)
- Describe the role of Active Directory in an organization.
- Describe the role of design in the Active Directory life cycle.
- Describe the role of a network infrastructure and the elements crucial to the successful interaction between network components and Active Directory
- Describe the network life cycle and how design tasks fit into that life cycle.
- Describe basic design principles
Designing a Forest and Domain Infrastructure (7 topics)
- Determine the information needed to design a forest and domain infrastructure.
- Create a conceptual forest design.
- Create a conceptual domain design.
- Establish a Domain Name System (DNS) namespace strategy for the forests and domains.
- Establish a trust strategy for the forests.
- Determine a migration path for the existing infrastructure.
- Design a schema management policy.
Designing a Site Infrastructure (6 topics)
- Determine the information needed to design a site infrastructure.
- Create a site design.
- Modify the site design for replication.
- Determine the placement of domain controllers in the site design.
- Determine the placement of Global Catalog servers in the site design.
- Determine the placement of Single Operations Masters in the site design.
Designing for Group Policy (4 topics)
- Gather Group Policy requirements.
- Design a Group Policy structure.
- Create an organizational unit structure for Group Policy.
- Create a Group Policy management design.
Designing the Administrative Structure (4 topics)
- Determine the information needed to design an administrative structure.
- Design a network administration model.
- Design an organizational unit structure.
- Design an account strategy.
Designing the Physical Network (5 topics)
- Gather data about a physical network.
- Design a connectivity infrastructure.
- Design a connectivity infrastructure for Active Directory communications.
- Evaluate connection types.
- Design a change management structure for networking.
Designing for Network Connectivity (7 topics)
- Determine the information needed to design for network connectivity.
- Design an IP addressing scheme.
- Design a security strategy for connectivity.
- Create an extranet design.
- Create an intranet design.
- Design a DHCP infrastructure.
- Design a DHCP scope strategy.
Designing a Name Resolution Strategy (4 topics)
- Determine the information needed to design a name resolution strategy.
- Design a strategy for interoperability with Active Directory, Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND), WINS, and DHCP.
- Design a WINS replication strategy.
- Design a name resolution strategy for clients.
Designing the Network Access Infrastructure (5 topics)
- Gather data for network access design.
- Design network access security.
- Choose remote access methods.
- Design a remote access infrastructure.
- Design a wireless access infrastructure
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M2279: Implementing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Infrastructure
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