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Video Title Minutes
00: Course Introduction 6
01: Configuring Logging for IIS 7.0 19
01 A: IIS 7.0 Logging Demo 19
02: Configuring Remote Administration 14
02 A: Remote Administration IIS 7.0 Demo 10
03: Configuring Delegated Administration 14
03 A: Configuring Delegation Demo 17
04: Configuring Feature Delegation 12
04 A: Feature Delegation Demo 11
05: Tools for Running Administrative Tasks in IIS 16
05 A: Tools for Admin on IIS 7.0 Demo 28
06: Executing Scripts for Administrative Tasks 12
06 A: PowerShell and Scripts Demo 13
07: Managing IIS Tasks 11
07 A: Managing IIS Command-Line Demo 13
08: Tuning IIS 7.0 for Improved Performance 16
8 A: Tuning IIS 7.0 Demo 16
09: Preparing for Web Farms 23
09A: Web Farm Preparation Demo 15
10: Configuring a Web Farm 17
10 A: Configuring a Web Farm Demo 25
11: Proactive Management of IIS 7.0 Part 1 12
11 A: Proactive Management of IIS 7.0 Demo 13
12: Proactive Management of IIS 7.0 Part 2 12
13: Configuring FTP 20
13 A: FTP 7.0 Demo 27
14: Configuring SMTP 8
14 A: Configuring SMTP Demo 14
15: Configuring Windows Media Services 17
15 A: Windows Media Services Demo 22
16: Configuring Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 27
16A: Configuring Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Demo 28
17: Exam Prep 70-643 Part 2 6
Course Survey
Total: 8 hours 53 minutes

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Description

This Microsoft Windows Server 2008 online training course is designed for students who work in complex computing environments of medium-sized to large companies, and who plan to take the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) 70-643. Some of the topics that will be covered include securing IIS 7.0, configuring Remote Administration for IIS 7.0, Delegating in IIS 7.0, Feature Delegation, Tools for Running Administrative Tasks, Executing Scripts, Managing IIS, Configuring FTP, and Configuring Windows Media Services.

In order to take this course you need to have taken Microsoft Windows Server 2008-Configuring an Applications Infrastructure Part 1 and Part 2 and have a solid foundation-level understanding of Microsoft server operating systems and internet technologies.

Prerequisites

You need to have a solid foundation-level understanding of Microsoft server operating systems, common Internet technologies and have taken Microsoft Windows Server 2008 - Configuring a Network Infrastructure Part 1 and Part 2, and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 - Configuration Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. In preparation for Part 3 of this course, you should have taken Microsoft Windows Server 2008 - Configuring an Application Infrastructure Part 1 and Part 2.

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Objectives

As a result of taking this course, you will be able to:

  • Secure a Web Server
  • Manage IIS 7.0 through IIS Manager
  • Configuring IIS 7.0 using Command-line tools and Scripts
  • Tune IIS 7.0 for Improved Performance
  • Preparing and Implementing a IIS 7.0 Web Farms
  • Proactively Manage of IIS 7.0
  • Implement and Configure FTP 7.0
  • Deploy SMTP Server
  • Install and Configure Windows Media Services

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Prerequisites

You need to have a solid foundation-level understanding of Microsoft server operating systems, common Internet technologies and have taken Microsoft Windows Server 2008 - Configuring a Network Infrastructure Part 1 and Part 2, and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 - Configuration Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. In preparation for Part 3 of this course, you should have taken Microsoft Windows Server 2008 - Configuring an Application Infrastructure Part 1 and Part 2.

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Microsoft Windows Server 2008 - Configuring an Applications Infrastructure Part 3 Outline

Module 00: Course Introduction

Module 01: Configuring Logging for IIS 7.0

  • Logging Operations Overview
  • Managing Logging to Secure Web Sites and Servers
  • Reviewing Information Available to Log
  • Configuring Logging for Web Sites and Applications
  • Viewing IIS 7.0 Logs Using the IIS Manager
  • Monitoring and Auditing IIS 7.0 Logs
  • Reviewing Best Practices for Maintaining IIS Logs
  • Lab Exercises

Module 01 A: IIS 7.0 Logging Demo

Module 02: Configuring Remote Administration

  • Delegation Overview
  • Remote Administration Overview
  • Remote Administration Service Settings
  • Remote Administration Connection Settings
  • Configuring Remote Administration for IIS Server
  • HTTP with SSL vs. DCOM for Remote Administration

Module 02 A: Remote Administration IIS 7.0 Demo

Module 03: Configuring Delegated Administration

  • Distributed Configuration System Overview
  • Hierarchy of Configuration Files
  • How to Delegate Administrative Rights
  • Feature Delegations IIS 7.0
  • Features Delegation Options
  • Default Feature Delegation Settings
  • How to Configure Feature Delegation in IIS 7.0
  • Feature Delegation with Remote Management
  • Best Practices for Feature Delegation

Module 03 A: Configuring Delegation Demo

Module 04: Configuring Feature Delegation

  • Feature Delegation in IIS 7.0
  • Feature Delegation Options
  • Default Feature Delegation Settings
  • How to Configure Feature Delegation in IIS 7.0
  • Feature Delegation with Remote Management
  • Best Practices for Feature Delegation
  • Lab Exercises

Module 04 A: Feature Delegation Demo

Module 05: Tools for Running Administrative Tasks in IIS

  • IIS 7.0 Management
  • PowerShell Overview
  • Benefits of Using PowerShell
  • Benefit of using Microsoft.Web.Administration APIs
  • Benefits of Using AppCmd.exe and Command-line Scripts

Module 05 A: Tools for Admin on IIS 7.0 Demo

Module 06: Executing Scripts for Administrative Tasks

  • Using Scripts for Administrative Tasks
  • Using PowerShell Scripts for Administrative Tasks
  • Writing PowerShell cmdlets for IIS 7.0
  • Using AppCmd and Command-line Scripts
  • Accessing Microsoft.Web.Administration in PowerShell

Module 06 A: PowerShell and Scripts Demo

Module 07: Managing IIS Tasks

  • How to Use AppCmd: < COMMAND > Options
  • How to Use AppCmd: < OBJECT > Options
  • Using AppCmd to Manage IIS 7.0 Tasks
  • Automating Tasks Using Scripts
  • PowerShell cmdlets for IIS 7.0
  • Using PowerShell cmdlets for IIS 7.0
  • Using WMI Provider to Manage IIS 7.0 Tasks

Module 07 A: Managing IIS Command-Line Demo

Module 08: Tuning IIS 7.0 for Improved Performance

  • Implementing Best Practices for Improving Performance
  • Configuring Cache
  • Guidelines for Configuring Compression
  • How to Install and Configure WSRM
  • Configuring Logging Frequency
  • Managing Application Pools for Improve IIS Performance
  • Lab Exercises

Module 8 A: Tuning IIS 7.0 Demo

Module 09: Preparing for Web Farms

  • Understanding IIS 7.0 Web Site Backup
  • Configuring Backup for a Web Site and Web Server
  • Performing Web Site Restore
  • Performing Web Server backup Features
  • Shared Configuration

Module 09A: Web Farm Preparation Demo

Module 10: Configuring a Web Farm

  • Enabling Shared Configuration with the IIS Manager
  • Enabling Shared Configuration with Command-line
  • Enabling 2-Node Shared Configuration
  • Shared Configuration Best Practices
  • Web Farm Session State
  • Network Load Balancing
  • IIS 7.0 NLB Configuration
  • NLB IIS Server Farm Best Practices
  • Lab Exercises

Module 10 A: Configuring a Web Farm Demo

Module 11: Proactive Management of IIS 7.0 Part 1

  • Why Audit IIS Logs?
  • How the Tracing Infrastructure Works
  • When to Monitor Critical Errors
  • Creating a Tracing Rules to Monitor Critical Errors
  • Configuring Selective Logging for an Application
  • Best Practices for Logging
  • Troubleshooting Authentication and Authorization

Module 11 A: Proactive Management of IIS 7.0 Demo

Module 12: Proactive Management of IIS 7.0 Part 2

  • What are Common Communication Error Messages?
  • Reviewing Common Causes of Communications Errors
  • Auditing IIS Logs for Communications Issues
  • Verifying Communication
  • What are Common Configuration Error Messages?
  • Common Causes of Web Application Errors
  • Auditing IIS Logs for Configuration Issues
  • Lab Exercise

Module 13: Configuring FTP

  • Install and Configure the FTP Publishing Service in Windows Server 2008
  • Create and Configure a New FTP Site , Using FTP 6
  • Administer FTP 7 using IIS Manager
  • Configure FTP Site Bindings for an IIS 7 Web Site
  • Manage FTP 7 Settings , Including SSL Settings, Authentication, Authorization and User Isolation
  • Use FTP Client Software to Connect to and Test a FTP Site
  • Lab Exercise

Module 13 A: FTP 7.0 Demo

Module 14: Configuring SMTP

  • Enable the SMTP Server Feature in Windows Server 2008
  • Create a New SMTP Server
  • Configure IP Address and Port Settings for A SMTP Virtual Server
  • Secure SMTP Services by Configuring Authentication Settings for Inbound and Outbound Connections
  • Test SMTP Services by Using an Email Client Application
  • Lab Exercise

Module 14 A: Configuring SMTP Demo

Module 15: Configuring Windows Media Services

  • Install Streaming Media Services server role
  • Configuring Windows Media Services
  • Creating Publishing Points for Delivering Broadcast and On-Demand Audio and Video
  • Configure Authentication and Authorization Security Settings
  • Enable Cache/Proxy Features to Increase Performance and Reliability
  • Describe How You Can Implement Digital Rights Management (DRM)

Module 15 A: Windows Media Services Demo

Module 16: Configuring Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

  • Explain the purpose of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
  • Standalone vs. Server Farm
  • Complete WSS configuration tasks, using SharePoint Central Admin
  • Manage WSS operations settings related to security email and logging
  • Backup and recovery of SharePoint sites
  • Deploy and configure new SharePoint sites
  • Manage Web applications settings for SharePoint sites
  • Lab Exercise

Module 16A: Configuring Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Demo

Module 17: Exam Prep 70-643 Part 2

  • IIS 7.0
  • FTP 7.0
  • SMTP
  • Windows Media Services

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System Requirements

Hardware:
Windows Server 2008
• Processor: 1 GHz (X86 processor or 1.4 GHz (x64 processor)
• Memory:
o Minimum 512 MB RAM
o Maximum (32-bit systems) 4GB for Standard or 64 GB for Enterprise and Datacenter
o Maximum (64-bit systems) 32 GB for Windows Server 2008 Standard or 1 TB for Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-based systems
• Disk Space:
o Minimum (32-bit systems) 20 GB or greater
o Minimum (64-bit systems) 32 GB or greater
• Foundation: 10 GB or greater
• Display: Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution monitor
• Keyboard and Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device

Or

Windows Server 2008 R2
• Processor: 1.4 GHz (x64 processor) or 1.3 GHz (Dual Core)
• Memory:
o Minimum: 512 MB RAM
o Maximum 8 GB for Foundation or 32 GB for Standard or 2 TB for Enterprise, Datacenter, and Itanium-based systems
• Disk Space: 32 GB or greater
• Display: Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher resolution monitor
• DVD Drive, Keyboard and Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing device

Software:
Windows Server 2008 Evaluation Software or Windows Server 2008 R2 Activation-Detail set up will be provided with the course.

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Certification

Microsoft Windows Server 2008-Configuring a Application Infrastructure Part 3 is part of a three-course series that prepares you to take the Microsoft's Technology Specialist (TS) Exam 70-642. The course maps to the Microsoft's official curriculum 6419B, 6419A, and 6421A.

When you pass Exam 70-643: TS: Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure, Configuring, you complete the requirements for the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS): Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure, Configuration Certification.

This exam also counts as credit toward the Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Enterprise Administrator certification.

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