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MCSE 2003 & 2008 Course Content

Overview:

MCSE (Microsoft Certified System Engineer) is an individual who has successfully passed exams dealing with the Microsoft Windows NT, 2000, 2003 XP, or later Microsoft operating system, networking, and Microsoft BackOffice server products. It is a widely recognized certification Program. According to the Organizations, the certification process is appropriate for systems engineers, systems analysts, technical support engineers, network analysts and technical consultants.

Training Objectives of MCSE:

MCSE is the top level certification for the IT Oriented network professionals. It’s aimed for the IT professionals with a working knowledge of the Microsoft Windows and Server 2003 platform. This is made up with seven MCP certifications, and this certification qualify you to administer and design complex networks on the Microsoft platform plus support desktop PC’s running Windows XP Professional, servers using Windows Server 2003 and includes a specialization that covers subjects such as Exchange Server 2003, SQL database and security.

Target Students and Prerequisites:

Students must have experience in setting up Hardware and administering network systems.

IMPLEMENTING MS WINDOWS 2003 NETWORK, PROFESSIONAL & SERVER (70-290) & (70-270)

  • Introduction to various types of file system.
  • Introduction to windows 2003 network, XP-professional.
  • Administration of windows 2003network
  • Examine the network scope of windows 2003 server
  • Introduction to LAN & WAN.
  • Networking topologies.
  • Examining to IP address (Class A, Class B, Class C)
  • OSI Reference Model
  • Connecting windows 2003 server & XP professional in workgroup& Domain architecture
  • Creating &managing Local Users & Groups
  • Configuration of Printers (a) Local Printers (b) Network Printer
  • Configuration of Raid levels (Raid level 0,1&5)
  • Ensure file security through Encrypting file system (EFS)

IMPLEMENTING & ADMINISTERING MS WINDOWS 2003 DIRECTORY SERVICES (70-294)

  • Introduction to Active Directory Services (ADS)
  • Configuration of Active Directory Services by using DCPROMO
  • Implementing of Active Directory with DNS
  • Creation of Domain Users
  • Implementing Group Policies
  • Creation of Organizational Units
  • Moving Domain Users into other Organizational Units
  • Configuration of software Deployment using Adminpack (Group Policy)
  • Configuration of delegating administrative controls
  • Configuration of Distributed File System (DFS)
  • Creating Multiple links in DFS
  • Mapping Network Drive to access DFS from client
  • Configuration of Terminal Services at server side
  • Configuration of Remote Desktop using Terminal Services
  • Introduction to Trees & Forest
  • Introduction to Domain & Domain

IMPLEMENTING & ADMINISTERING, MS WINDOWS 2003 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE & DESINGING (70-291)&(70-293) DISK QUOTAS

  • Introduction to Disk Quotas
  • Applying Disk Quotas
  • Setting Default limits
  • Deleting user’s Quota Entries
  • Applying log events
  • Tracking Disk Space Users
  • Adding new quota Entries
  • Denying disk space to user DNS Installing

DNS

  • Servers Integration of DNS with ADS
  • Configuring a new Primary server
  • Managing Forward lookup zone
  • Managing Reverse lookup zone
  • Adding records in zones
  • Creating Associated Pointer Records in zones

DHCP

  • Installing DHCP
  • Creating Scopes
  • Configuring DHCP clients
  • Configuration of address Pool
  • Configuration of address lease
  • Updating DHCP statistics
  • Assigning exclusionRange from a scope
  • Assigning Reservation for Particular client
  • Installing IIS
  • Configuration of IIS for websites Configuration of ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)

DESIGN A MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2003 SERVER ACTIVE DIRECTORY SERVICES & NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE Enabling Routing & Remote Access

  • Introduction to RAS (or) PPP Server
  • Configuration of RAS Server
  • Configuration of RAS Client
  • Assigning Permission for RAS users
  • Introduction to NAT Server
  • Introduction to VPN Server
  • Establishing VPN Tunnel between two Networks
  • Configuration of VPN Clients
  • Introduction to tree & Forest
  • Introduction to Additional Domain Controller
  • Planning & Configuration of Additional Domain Controller
  • Introduction to Child Domain Controller
  • Configuration of Child Domain Controllers
  • Removing Child Domain Controller
  • Introduction to ADS Backups
  • Introduction to tree & Forest
  • Planning & Configuration of ADS
  • Restoring ADS backup in ADS restore mode
  • Restoring ADS backup in normal mode

MS EXCHANGE 2003 SERVER & ADV. EXCHANGE 2003 SERVER (70 – 284)

  • Introduction to Microsoft exchange 2003 server
  • MAPI clients, LDAP standards
  • Public folders
  • Pre-Installation consideration(HW/SW Requirements)
  • Post-Installation Consideration
  • Managing Storage Groups
  • Creating a storage group
  • Creating a store(both mail box & public store)
  • Moving a Mail Box
  • Deleting Mail Box, Public folder, Storage group
  • Retaining Deleted Objects
  • Public Folders
  • Understanding Public Folders
  • Managing Public Folders Trees
  • Creating & Deleting Public Folders
  • Exchange Internet protocol server & virtual services
  • SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, NNTP