Designing a Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure

מק"ט: #64350 | משך קורס: 40 שעות אק'

This five-day course will provide students with an understanding of how to design a Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure that meets business and technical requirements for network services.

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מטרות הקורס

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Describe key components of network infrastructure design.
  • Describe how to design a secure network.
  • Design a plan for allocating IP addresses to workstations and servers.
  • Design a network topology.
  • Describe the internal considerations for network security and how they can be addressed.
  • Design an appropriate name resolution system that incorporates Domain Name System (DNS).
  • Optimize a name resolution system that incorporates DNS and Windows Internet Name Service (WINS).
  • Design a solution for network access.
  • Design a Network Access Protection (NAP) solution.
  • Design a solution for operating system deployment and maintenance.
  • Design the deployment of file services.
  • Design print services in Windows Server 2008.
  • Design high availability for applications and services.
     

קהל היעד

The primary audience for this course is IT professionals (including Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003 enterprise administrators) interested in becoming a Longhorn Enterprise Administrator (who focuses on network solutions).

תנאי קדם

Before attending this course, students must have:

  • Active Directory Technology Specialist level knowledge and concepts.
  • Network Infrastructure Technology Specialist level knowledge and experience.
  • Applications Infrastructure Technology Specialist level knowledge and experience.
  • Windows Vista TS or D
  • Experience with Windows operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista
  • Intermediate understanding of networking concepts such as TCP/IP, name resolution, and connection methods.
  • Intermediate understanding of security best practices for authentication and file permissions.
  • Intermediate understanding of server and network hardware.

נושאים

Module 1 Overview of Network Infrastructure Design

This module describes the key components of network infrastructure design.


Lessons

  • Preparing for Network Infrastructure Design
  • Designing the Network Topology
  • Designing Network Infrastructure for Virtualization
  • Designing a Change Management Structure for a Network

Lab: Designing Network Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008

  • Exercise 1: Preparing for the Network Infrastructure Design
  • Exercise 2: Designing the Network Topology
  • Exercise 3: Designing Network Infrastructure for Virtualization
  • Exercise 4: Designing a Change Management plan
  • Exercise 5: Lab Discussion

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the network infrastructure design.
  • Design the network topology.
  • Design network infrastructure for virtualization.
  • Design a change management structure for a network.

 

Module 2: Designing Network Security

This module explains how design a secure network.

Lessons

  • Overview of Network Security Design
  • Creating a Security Plan
  • Identifying Threats to Network Security
  • Analyzing Security Risks
  • The Defense-in-Depth Model

Lab: Designing a Network Security Plan

  • Exercise 1: Designing a Team for the Security Plan
  • Exercise 2: Identifying Threats
  • Exercise 3: Analyzing Risk
  • Exercise 4: Discussion of Designing a Network Security Plan

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the security design process.
  • Describe the components of a security plan.
  • Describe how to identify threats.
  • Describe how to assess risk.
  • Describe the defense-in-depth model.

 

Module 3: Designing IP Addressing

This module describes how to design a plan for allocating IP addresses to workstations and servers.

Lessons

  • Designing an IPv4 Addressing Scheme
  • Designing an IPv6 Addressing Scheme
  • Designing DHCP Implementation
  • Designing DHCP Configuration Options

Lab: Designing IP Addressing in Windows Server 2008

  • Exercise 1: Designing an IPv4 Addressing Scheme
  • Exercise 2: Designing an IPv6 Addressing Scheme
  • Exercise 3: Designing a DHCP Implementation
  • Exercise 4: Discussion of IP Address Allocation

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe how to integrate IPv4 and IPv6.
  • Describe how to allocate IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
  • Describe how to implement DHCP placement.
  • Describe how to determine DHCP options

 


Module 4: Designing Routing and Switching

This module explains how to design a network topology.

Lessons

  • Preparing for Designing a Network Routing Topology
  • Selecting Network Devices
  • Designing Internet Connectivity and Perimeter Networks
  • Designing Routing Communications
  • Evaluating Network Performance

Lab: Designing a Network Routing Topology

  • Exercise 1: Designing the Placement of Routers
  • Exercise 2: Designing a Perimeter Network
  • Exercise 3: Evaluating Network Performance
  • Exercise 4: Discussion of Designing a Network Routing Topology

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Prepare for designing a network routing topology.
  • Design the placement of routers.
  • Design a perimeter network.
  • Design routing communications.
  • Evaluate network performance.

 

Module 5: Designing Security for Internal Networks

This module explains the internal considerations for network security and how they can be addressed.

Lessons

  • Designing Windows Firewall Implementation
  • Overview of IPSec
  • Designing IPSec Implementation

Lab: Designing a Secure Internal Network

  • Exercise 1: Designing a Windows Firewall Implementation
  • Exercise 2: Designing an IPSec Implementation

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe how Windows Firewall can be used to secure networks
  • Describe how IPSec can be used to secure networks

 

Module 6: Designing Name Resolution

This module explains how to design an appropriate name resolution system that incorporates DNS.

Lessons

  • Collecting Information for a Name Resolution Design
  • Designing a DNS Server Strategy
  • Designing a DNS Namespace
  • Designing DNS Zone Implementation
  • Designing Zone Replication and Delegation

Lab: Designing a Name Resolution Strategy in Windows Server 2008

  • Exercise 1: Designing a DNS server strategy
  • Exercise 2: Designing a DNS namespace
  • Exercise 3: Designing a DNS zone and replication strategy
  • Exercise 4: Discuss the design of name resolution
  • Exercise 5: Implement a DNS zone and replication strategy

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Determine the information required to plan name resolution.
  • Describe how to design a DNS server strategy.
  • Describe how to design a DNS namespace
  • Describe how to design a DNS zone strategy.
  • Describe how to design a DNS zone replication strategy.

 

Module 7: Designing Advanced Name Resolution

This module explains an appropriate name resolution system that incorporates DNS and WINS.

Lessons

  • Optimizing DNS Queries
  • Designing DNS for High Availability
  • Designing a WINS Name Resolution Strategy

Lab: Designing a Name Resolution Strategy in Windows Server 2008

  • Exercise 1: Optimize DNS resolution
  • Exercise 2: Designing and Configuring WINS Name Resolution
  • Exercise 3: Integrating DNS and WINS Name Resolution

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Optimize DNS resolution.
  • Design DNS for high availability.
  • Design a WINS Name resolution strategy.

 

Module 8: Planning and Deploying the Application Virtualization Management System

This module explains how to design a solution for network access.

Lessons

  • Gathering Data for Designing Network Access Solutions
  • Securing and Controlling Network Access
  • Designing Remote Access Services
  • ‘Designing RADIUS Authentication with Network Policy Services’
  • Designing Wireless Access

Lab: Designing Network Access Solutions

  • Exercise 1: Determining Network Access Requirements
  • Exercise 2: Designing a Remote Access Solution
  • Exercise 3: Designing Network Policy Services
  • Exercise 4: Discuss the Design of Network Access
  • Exercise 5: Designing a Wireless Connection Solution

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe how to gather data for designing network access solutions.
  • Describe how to secure and control network access.
  • Describe how to design remote access services.
  • Describe how to design a RADIUS solution.
  • Describe how to design wireless access.

 

Module 9: Designing Network Access Protection

This module explains how to design a NAP solution.

Lessons

  • Designing the NAP Platform Architecture
  • Network Policy Server Component Design
  • Designing NAP Enforcement Point and Client Component Requirements
  • IPSec Enforcement for NAP

Lab: Designing Network Access Protection

  • Exercise 1: Designing the NAP Platform Architecture
  • Exercise 2: Designing and Implementing the Network Policy Server Components
  • Exercise 3: Designing and Implementing the NAP Enforcement and Client Components

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe how to design the NAP platform architecture.
  • Describe NPS design for NAP.
  • Describe how to design NAP enforcement point and client component requirements.
  • Describe IPSec based NAP.

 

Module 10: Designing Operating System Deployment and Maintenance

This module explains how to design a solution for operating system deployment and maintenance.


Lessons

  • Determining Operating System Deployment Requirements
  • Deploying an Operating System by Using WDS
  • Planning for the Creation and Modification of Images
  • Designing Multicast Transmission of Images

Lab: Designing Operating System Deployment and Maintenance

  • Exercise 1: Designing an Operating System Deployment Solution
  • Exercise 2: Designing WDS Deployment
  • Exercise 3: Designing WDS Images
  • Exercise 4: Discussing WDS Deployment and Images Design
  • Exercise 5: Implementing Multicast Transmissions for Images

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Determine operating system deployment requirements
  • Describe operating system deployment using Windows Deployment Services.
  • Plan the creation and modification of images.
  • Design multicast transmission of images.

 

Module 11: Designing File Services and DFS in Windows Server 2008

This module explains how to design the deployment of file services.

Lessons

  • Designing File Services
  • Designing DFS
  • Designing the FSRM Configuration

Lab: Designing File Services and DFS in Windows Server 2008

  • Exercise 1: Designing and Implementing DFS
  • Exercise 2: Designing and Implementing FSRM

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the design of file services.
  • Describe the design of Distributed File System (DFS).
  • Describe the design of File Server Resource Manager (FSRM).

 

Module 12: Designing Print Services in Windows Server 2008

This module explains how to design print services in Windows Server 2008.

Lessons

  • Overview of a Print Services Design
  • Designing Print Services

Lab: Designing Shared Resources in Windows Server 2008

  • Exercise 1: Analyzing the Components of a Print Services Design
  • Exercise 2: Designing a Shared Printer Deployment

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the print services design.
  • Design print services.

 

Module 13: Designing High Availability in Windows Server 2008

This module explains how to design high availability for applications and services.

Lessons

  • Overview of High Availability
  • Designing Network Load Balancing for High Availability
  • Designing Failover Clustering for High Availability
  • Designing Geographically Dispersed Failover Clusters

Lab: Designing High Availability in Windows Server 2008

  • Exercise 1: Designing High Availability
  • Exercise 2: Implementing an NLB Design
  • Exercise 3: Implementing a Failover Cluster Design

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the need for high availability.
  • Describe how to design Network Load Balancing for high availability
  • Describe how to design Failover Clustering for high availability
  • Describe how to design geographically dispersed failover clustering.


 

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