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Windows 2003 Server Network and Server OS 70-293 with Sticker Package 9780131615243

Windows 2003 Server Network and Server OS 70-293 with Sticker Package

ISBN-10: 0131615246
ISBN-13: 9780131615243
PUBLISHER: Prentice Hall PTR
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Product Description: Lesson 1. Introducing Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. Introducing Network Infrastructure. Identifying the Phases in Setting Up a Windows Server 2003 Network. Introducing Windows Server 2003 Network Protocols. Introducing Windows Server 2003 Network Services. Lesson 2. Implementing the TCP/IP Protocol. Introducing TCP/IP. Introducing IP Addressing. Identifying TCP/IP Address Classes. Installing and Configuring TCP/IP. Configuring TCP/IP Manually. Using Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA). Testing the TCP/IP Configuring. Troubleshooting TCP/IP Addressing. Lesson 3. IP Routing in the Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure. Introducing IP Routing. Introducing Routing Tables. Updating a Routing Table Manually. Configuring Static Routing. Managing Routing Protocols. Installing and Configuring Demand-Dial Routing. Configuring TCP/IP Filtering. Lesson 4. Implementing DHCP in a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. Introducing the DHCP Server Service. Installing the DHCP Server Service. Configuring a DHCP Server. Authorizing a DHCP Server. Introducing DHCP Scopes. Creating a DHCP Scopes. Using DHCP Reservations. Managing DHCP Relay Agents. Integrating the DHCP and DNS Services. Managing a DHCP Server. Monitoring DHCP Server Service. Troubleshooting DHCP Server Service Problems. Lesson 5. Implementing DNS in a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. Introducing Naming Systems. Introducing Host Name Resolution. Introducing NetBIOS Name Resolution. Using Multiple Name Resolution Methods. Introducing DNS. Introducing DNS Zones and DNS Server Roles. Examining Factors Affecting DNS Infrastructure. Installing the DNS Server Service. Lesson 6. Configuring and Managing a DNS Server. Describing the DNS Console. Configuring a Primary DNS Zone. Configuring Reverse Lookup Zones. Configuring a Caching-Only DNS Server. Configuring a DNS Client. Implementing Delegated DNS Zones. Enabling Dynamic Updates for DNS Zones. Configuring DNS Forwarding. Testing DNS Setup. Monitoring DNS Server Performance. Lesson 7. Implementing WINS in a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. Introducing WINS. Installing WINS on a Windows Server 2003 Computer. Configuring WINS Clients. Registering WINS Clients with Static Mapping. Configuring the DNS Service to Perform WINS Lookups. Administering WINS. Monitoring WINS. Replicating the WINS Databases. Troubleshooting WINS Configuration Problems. Lesson 8. Implementing Routing and Remote Access in a Windows Server 2003 Infrastructure. Introducing Routing and Remote Access in Windows Server 2003. Introducing the Steps in Enabling RRAS. Enabling RRAS. Configuring Inbound Connections. Implementing Remote Access Policies. Configuring Multilink Connections. Implementing a VPN. Monitoring and Troubleshooting RRAS. Troubleshooting Routing and Remote Access Routing. Lesson 9. Remote Access Security in a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. Identifying Common Remote Access Security Risks. Implementing Authentication Methods. Implementing Authentication Protocols. Configuring Encryption Protocols. Managing Devices and Ports. Configuring Remote Access Policies. Configuring Internet Authentication Service (IAS). Monitoring Remote Access Security. Lesson 10. Using Certificate Services in a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. Introducing the Public Key Infrastructure. Understanding the Core Components of a Public Key Infrastructure. Implementing a Standalone Certificate Authority. Certificate Enrollment Using Web Enrollment Services. Viewing a Certificate. Implementing an Enterprise CA. Certificate Enrollment Using the Certification Request Wizard. Renewing a Certificate. Revoking a Certificate. Working with the Encrypting File System. Lesson 11. Implementing IP Security in a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. Introducing Internet Protocol Security (IPSec). Examining IPSec Fundamentals. Implementing IPSec. Assigning Default IPSec Policies Using the Local Computer Policy. Assigning Default IPSec Policies Using Group Policy. Understanding the Elements of an IPSec Policy. Creating a Custom IPSec Policy. Lesson 12. Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure. Monitoring Network Traffic Using Task Manager. Monitoring Network Traffic Using Performance Console. Monitoring Network Traffic Using Network Monitor. Troubleshooting Server Services.

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