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EXAM 70-297 Designing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory and Network Infrastructure
This multimedia instructor-centered CBT MCSE Exam 70-297 training program teaches students the skills and knowledge needed to develop an Active Directory network infrastructure and services specifically designed for Microsoft Windows Server 2003 settings. The course was developed for systems engineers responsible for installing and maintaining network infrastructure or directory services. Also, this course can benefit current or aspiring systems engineers who do or will specialize in Windows Server 2003.
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1.2 Active Directory
1.3 Designing Active Directory
1.4 Network Infrastructure
1.5 Designing Network Infrastructure
2.2 Conceptual Forest Design
2.3 Conceptual Domain Design
2.4 Designing DNS
2.7 Schema Management
3.2 Gathering the Site Design
3.3 Site Design and Replication
3.4 Placing Domain Controllers
3.5 Global Catalog Placement
3.6 Operations Master
1.2 Administrative Model
1.3 Organizational Unit Structure
1.4 Account Strategies
2.2 Designing a Group Policy Structure
2.3 OU’s and Group Policy
2.4 Managing Group Policy
3.2 Connection Types
3.3 Connectivity Infrastructure
3.4 Change Management
1.2 IP Addressing Design
1.3 Intranet Design
1.4 Extranet Design
1.5 DHCP Infrastructure
2.2 DNS Strategy
2.3 Wins Replication
2.4 Name Resolution for Clients
3.2 Network Access Security
3.3 Remote Access Methods
3.4 Remote Access Infrastructure
3.5 Wireless Access Infrastructure