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Windows Server 2008: New Features and Upgrading
Especially for those intending to implement Exchange Server 2007, this three-day course is exactly what current Windows administrators need before they upgrade to Server 2008. You will gain valuable practical experience with the major exciting new components and complex concepts of this new network operating system. Get the information you need and practice with plenty of hands-on examples using Windows PowerShell, DFS namespaces, network access protection, Active Directory replication, and server clustering. Whether you are an intermediate system administrator or an expert, you will gain valuable knowledge and skills that will translate into increased productivity on the job.
Upon successful completion of this course, you should be able to:
Install Windows Server 2008 in a variety of environments
Configure file services and the Windows permission structure
Implement the domain name system (DNS)
Set up the Activity Directory structure and hierarchical components
Work with scalability and replication
Implement group policies
Manage security policy with predefined templates
Develop customized policy plans
Work with daily administration of IIS 7
Address Terminal Services from both the user and administrator perspectives
Discuss DHCP, VPN, RADIUS server, IAS, and IPSec
Explain clustering services: user account management, capacity and network planning
Use PowerShell scripting and command line technology
Audience: Audience: This course is designed for technically adept individuals who have substantial experience administering a Microsoft network server operating system.
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