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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 - Installation and Configuration

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Video Title Minutes
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00: Course Introduction 5
01 Installing and Configuration 21
01 A: Server Role Demo 26
02: Active Directory Primer 15
02 A: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2003 R2 Demo 21
03: Installing Hardware, Devices and Drivers 20
03 A: Installing Device Drivers Demo 13
04: Configuring Hardware, Devices and Drivers 9
04 A: Configuring Hardware Devices and Drivers Demo 21
05: Troubleshooting Hardware Devices and Drivers 17
05 A: Troubleshooting Demo 18
06: Understanding Disk Storage Options 19
06 A: Types of Disks Demo 15
07: Configuring Disks and Volumes 24
07 A: Configuring Disks Demo 23
08 A : Maintaining Disks Demo and Lab 19
09: Implementing RAID 14
09A: Creating RAID Solutions Demo 19
10: Using Event Viewer 16
10 A: Event Viewer Demo 14
11: Using Performance Console 22
11 A: Performance Console Demo 22
12: Using Task Manager and WMI Event Logging Provider 14
12 A: WMI Monitoring Demo 21
13: Course Summary 7
Course Survey
Total: 7 hours 15 minutes

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Description

In this Microsoft Server 2003 online training course, you will gain an understanding of Windows 2003 Server installation and configuration from the ground up. Specifically, we will focus on installing a Windows 2003 Server, Implementing a Windows 2003 Active Directory environment by adding a Domain Controller, managing devices, managing storage, and monitoring a Windows 2003 Server environment. You will also gain an understanding of what is required to pass the exam and what you need to know for installing and configuring a Windows 2003 Server in a corporate environment.

Once you have completed Windows Server 2003-Installation and Configuration the next course is Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Administration Part 1. This is the first of a two part series which will provide you with Windows Server 2003 administrative skills for both local and remote servers, managing user, computer and group accounts, troubleshoot computer accounts, manage files and folders and implement internet information services (IIS). Click here to learn more about Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Administration Part 1.

Prerequisites

You need to have basic TCP/IP knowledge, navigation of Windows or taken the following GogoTraining courses:

Objectives

As a result of taking this Microsoft Server 2003 online training course, you will be able to:

  • Install and configure Windows 2003 Server
  • Design a Windows 2003 Server Active Directory forest
  • Install and configure server hardware devices
  • Troubleshoot server hardware devices
  • Monitor server hardware
  • Manage storage

Related Training

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Prerequisites

You need to have basic TCP/IP knowledge, navigation of Windows or taken the following GogoTraining courses:

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 - Installation and Configuration Outline

Module 00: Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Installation and Configuration Online Training - Course Introduction

Module 01: Installing and Configuration

  • Versions and Editions
  • Comparison the different editions
  • Overview of installation and Server roles

Module 01 A: Server Role Demo

Module 02: Active Directory Primer

  • Basics of Active Directory
  • Domains, Trees and Forests
  • Organizational Units (OUs)
  • Introduction to Group Policy and Delegation
  • Lab Exercise

Module 02 A: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2003 R2 Demo

Module 03: Installing Hardware, Devices and Drivers

  • Defining Devices and Drivers
  • Utilizing Device Manager
  • Introduction to Driver Query
  • Driver Signing Options
  • Identifying Unsigned Device Drivers
  • Lab Exercise

Module 03 A: Installing Device Drivers Demo

Module 04: Configuring Hardware, Devices and Drivers

  • Updating Drivers
  • Rolling Back Drivers
  • Uninstalling Drivers
  • Resource Configuration
  • Disabling and Enabling Devices

Module 04 A: Configuring Hardware Devices and Drivers Demo

Module 05: Troubleshooting Hardware Devices and Drivers

  • Recovering from Device Disaster
  • Device Manager Status Codes
  • Diagnose and Resolves Hardware Settings Issues
  • Diagnose and Resolves Server Hardware Issues
  • Diagnose and Resolves Hardware Driver Upgrades Issues

Module 05 A: Troubleshooting Demo

Module 06: Understanding Disk Storage Options

  • Types of Disks
  • Mounted Volumes
  • Fault Tolerance
  • Separation of Data
  • Basic versus Dynamic

Module 06 A: Types of Disks Demo

Module 07: Configuring Disks and Volumes

  • Looking at the Disk Manager
  • Configuring Disks and Volumes
  • Managing Disks and Volumes
  • Managing Disks and Volumes from the Command Prompt
  • Lab Exercise

Module 07 A: Configuring Disks Demo

Module 08 A: Maintaining Disks Demo and Lab

Module 09: Implementing RAID

  • Implementing Disk Fault Tolerance
  • Striped Volumes
  • Mirrored Volumes
  • RAID 5 Volumes
  • Recovering from Failure

Module 09A: Creating RAID Solutions Demo

Module 10: Using Event Viewer

  • Logs Available in the Event Viewer
  • Other Logs
  • Configuring the Event Viewer Logs
  • Managing Event Logs
  • Lab Exercise

Module 10 A: Event Viewer Demo

Module 11: Using Performance Console

  • Configuring the System Monitor
  • Using the System Monitor
  • Logs and Alerts
  • What Objects to Monitor
  • Monitoring Server Roles
  • Lab Exercise

Module 11 A: Performance Console Demo

Module 12: Using Task Manager and WMI Event Logging Provider

  • Task Manager
  • Task Manager Lab Exercise
  • Defining WMI
  • Administration with WMI
  • How WMI Works
  • WMI Lab Exercise

Module 12 A: WMI Monitoring Demo

Module 13: Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Installation and Configuration Online Training - Course Summary

 

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Important Links

  • Course Survey
  • Micrsoft Exam Requirements
  • Exam Locations and Pricing

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System Requirements

Hardware:
• For an X86-based Computer:
o 1 or more processors with minimum speed of 550 MHz. The minimum supported speed is 133 MHz and a maximum of 4 processors/computer.
o Minimum of 256 MB of RAM
o 1.25 GB-2GB hard disk
• For an 64-based Computer:
o 1 or more processors with minimum speed of 1.4 GHZ. There is a maximum of 4 processors/computer.
o Minimum of512 MB of RAM
o 4 GB hard disk
• For CD-ROM Installation: a CD-ROM or DVD drive
• For Network Installation
o 1 or more network adapters with related cables
o A server from which to offer network access for the Setup files.

Software:
• Windows Server 2003 R2

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Certification

This Windows Server 2003 Installation and Configuration online training course will prepare you to take Microsoft’s exam 70-290. This course maps to Microsoft’s official curriculum 2273, and is the first course in our online training series towards the MCSE certification for Windows Server 2003.

To earn the MCSE certification, you must pass seven exams (in any order):
• Four exams on networking systems
• One exam on client operating systems
• One exam on design
• One elective exam

For more information about the exam requirements or locations and pricing, select the links located in the related training section for this course.

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