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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 - Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 3

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Video Title Minutes
00: Course Introduction 3
01: Maintaining IIS 6.0 20
01 A: Managing Metabase Demo 22
02: Optimizing Performance of IIS 6.0 27
02 A: Monitoring IIS 6.0 Performances and Security Demo 20
03: Managing FTP Server 22
03 A: Creating Additional Web Sites Demo 31
04: File Management 27
04 A: File Management Demo 24
05: Distributed File System 22
05 A: Working with Shared Folders and DFS Demo 25
05 B: Working with Shared Folders and DFS Demo Part 2 24
06: Terminal Services 27
06 A: Configuring Terminal Services Demo 22
07: Terminal Server Licensing 22
07 A: Configuring Terminal Services Licensing Server Demo 21
08: Network Load Balancing 25
08 A: Configuring NLB Clusters Demo 11
09: Microsoft Cluster Service 23
09 A: Configuring Server Clustering Demo 12
10: Course Summary 4
Course Survey
Total: 7 hours 14 minutes

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Description

In this Microsoft Server 2003 online training course, Part 3 of a three-part series, you will learn about the initial aspects of configuration and maintaining of a Windows 2003 Server Infrastructure including IIS 6.0, File Management , Distributed File System, Terminal Services, Terminal Service Licensing Server, Network Load Balancing (NLB) Clusters and Server Clustering. Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 3 online training will also focus on how to work with the Security of IIS 6.0, FTP, DFS Infrastructure, NLB Administrator Console, File Manager, IIS Test Tools, and Cluster Administrator.

In order to take this course you need to have taken Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 1 and Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 2. Click here for additional Microsoft Training courses.

Prerequisites

You need to have equivalent experience or have taken the following GogoTraining courses:

Objectives

As a result of taking this Microsoft Server 2003 online training course, you will be able to:
• Maintain and Internet Information Systems 6.0 Web Server and FTP Server
• Optimize performance of an IIS 6.0 Web Server
• Secure and Monitor IIS 6.0 Web Server
• Configure File Management
• Implementing DFS
• Implementing, Configuring Terminal Services and Terminal Service Licensing
• Implementing, Configuring and Maintaining NLB and Server Clusters

Related Training

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Prerequisites

You need to have equivalent experience or have taken the following GogoTraining courses:

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 - Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 3 Outline

Module 00: Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 3 Online Training - Course Introduction


Module 01: Maintaining IIS 6.0
• Metabase Overview
• Inheritance and Collections
• Backing up and Restoring the Metabase
• Best Practices for Maintaining Metabase Integrity
• Metabase Import and Export Options
• Lab Exercise

Module 01 A: Managing Metabase Demo

Module 02: Optimizing Performance of IIS 6.0
• Overview of Performance Tuning and Monitoring
• IIS Counter Walkthrough
• Optimization Best Practices
• IIS Tuning Walkthrough
• Lab Exercise

Module 02 A: Monitoring IIS 6.0 Performances and Security Demo

Module 03: Managing FTP Server
• What is the FTP Server and Protocol?
• Installing the FTP Server
• Configuring FTP Sites
• FTP User Isolation
• Lab Exercise

Module 03 A: Creating Additional Web Sites Demo

Module 04: File Management
• NTFS File Permissions
• Encrypting File System (EFS) Overview
• EFS Best Practices
• Disk Quotas Overview
• File Server Manager Walkthrough
• Shadow Copies and Previous Version Software
• Sharing Folders and Connecting to the Folder Shares
• Lab Exercise

Module 04 A: File Management Demo

Module 05: Distributed File System
• What is Distributed File System (DFS)?
• How does DFS Work and the Benefits of Using It
• DFS Namespaces
• Configuring DFS
• Advantages of DFS
• Offline Files and Folders
• Lab Exercise

Module 05 A: Working with Shared Folders and DFS Demo

Module 05 B: Working with Shared Folders and DFS Demo Part 2

Module 06: Terminal Services
• What is Terminal Services?
• Installation of Terminal Services
• Configuring Terminal Services
• Remote Desktop Connection
• Securing Terminal Services
• Terminal Services Benefits
• Troubleshooting Terminal Services
• Lab Exercise

Module 06 A: Configuring Terminal Services Demo

Module 07: Terminal Server Licensing
• Terminal Server Licensing Overview
• Microsoft Clearing House
• Installing Terminal Server Licensing Server
• Activating Terminal Server Licensing Server
• Backup and Restore Terminal License Server
• Lab Exercise

Module 07 A: Configuring Terminal Services Licensing Server Demo

Module 08: Network Load Balancing
• Introduction to Microsoft Clustering
• Network Load Balancing (NLB) Overview
• Planning NLB Clusters
• NLB Best Practices
• Configuring NLB Clusters
• Tuning a NLB Cluster
• Lab Exercise

Module 08 A: Configuring NLB Clusters Demo

Module 09: Microsoft Cluster Service
• Best Practices for Configuring and Operating Server Clusters
• Server Cluster Overview
• Availability vs. Scalability
• Server Cluster Components
• Quorum Overview
• Creating a Cluster Walkthrough

Module 09 A: Configuring Server Clustering Demo

Module 10: Microsoft Windows Server 2003-Implementing & Troubleshooting a Network Infrastructure Part 3 Online Training - Course Summary

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Important Links

  • Course Survey
  • Microsoft Exam Requirements
  • Exam Location 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

Implementing & Troubleshooting a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Part 3 is part of a three-course online training series that prepares you to take Microsoft's Exams 70-291 and 70-293. The course maps to Microsoft's official curriculum 2277 and 2278, and is the fourth course in our 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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