1 - Planning Server Upgrade and Migration
Upgrade and Migration ConsiderationsCreating a Server Upgrade and Migration PlanPlanning for VirtualizationLab : Planning Server Upgrade and Migration
2 - Planning and Implementing a Server Deployment Infrastructure
Selecting an Appropriate Server Imaging StrategySelecting a Deployment Automation StrategyImplementing an Automated Deployment StrategyLab : Planning and Implementing a Server Deployment Infrastructure
3 - Designing and Maintaining an IP Configuration and Address Management Solution
Designing and Implementing DHCPPlanning and Implementing DHCP ScopesPlanning and Implementing an IPAM Provisioning StrategyLab : Designing and Maintaining an IP Configuration and IP Address Management Solution
4 - Designing and Implementing Name Resolution
Designing a DNS Server Implementation StrategyDesigning the DNS NamespaceDesigning and Implementing DNS ZonesDesigning and Configuring DNS Zone Replication and DelegationOptimizing DNS ServersDesigning DNS for High Availability and SecurityLab : Designing and Implementing Name Resolution
5 - Designing and Implementing an Active Directory Domain Services Forest and Domain Infrastructure
Designing an AD DS ForestDesigning and Implementing AD DS Forest TrustsDesigning and Implementing AD DS DomainsDesigning DNS Namespaces in AD DS EnvironmentsDesigning AD DS Domain TrustsLab : Designing and Implementing an AD DS Forest InfrastructureLab : Designing and Implementing an AD DS Domain Infrastructure
6 - Designing and Implementing an OU Infrastructure and AD DS Permissions Model
Planning the AD DS Administrative Tasks Delegation ModelDesigning the OU StructureDesigning and Implementing an AD DS Group StrategyLab : Designing and Implementing an AD DS OU Infrastructure and AD DS Delegation Model
7 - Designing and Implementing a Group Policy Object Strategy
Gathering the Information Required for a GPO DesignDesigning and Implementing GPOsDesigning GPO ProcessingPlanning Group Policy ManagementLab : Designing and Implementing Group Policy Object Strategy
8 - Designing and Implementing an AD DS Physical Topology
Designing and Implementing AD DS SitesDesigning AD DS ReplicationDesigning the Placement of Domain ControllersVirtualization Considerations for Domain ControllersDesigning Highly-Available Domain ControllersLab : Designing and Implementing an AD DS Physical Topology
9 - Planning and Implementing Storage
Storage ConsiderationsPlanning and Implementing iSCSI SANsLab : Planning and Implementing Storage
10 - Planning and Implementing File Services
Planning and Implementing a Distributed File SystemPlanning and Implementing BranchCachePlanning and Implementing Dynamic Access ControlLab : Designing and Implementing File Services
11 - Designing and Implementing Network Access Services
Designing and Implementing Remote Access ServicesDesigning RADIUS Authentication by Using a Network Policy ServerDesigning a Perimeter NetworkPlanning and Implementing DirectAccessLab : Designing and Implementing Network Access Services
12 - Designing and Implementing Network Protection
Overview of Network Security DesignIdentifying and Mitigating Common Network Security ThreatsDesigning and Implementing a Windows Firewall StrategyDesigning and Implementing a Network Access Protection InfrastructureLab : Designing and Implementing Network Protection
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
Candidates for this course have good Windows client and server operating system knowledge and basic AD DS and networking experience in an enterprise/small business (SMB) environment together with application configuration experience. This course is intended for IT professionals who are responsible for planning, designing, and deploying a physical and a logical Windows Server 2012 enterprise Active Directory® Domain Services (AD DS) infrastructure including the network services necessary.
Before attending this course, students must have:
- A good understanding of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) fundamentals and networking concepts.
- A good working knowledge of both Windows Server 2012 and Active Directory® Domain Services (AD DS). For example, domain user accounts, domain vs. local user accounts, user profiles, and group membership.
- A good understanding of both scripts and batch files.
- A solid understanding of security concepts, such as authentication and authorization.
- Familiarity with deployment, packaging, and imaging tools.
- Ability to work in a team/virtual team.
- Ability to produce good documentation and have the appropriate communication skills to create proposals and make budget recommendations.
- Knowledge equivalent to Windows 2012 MCSA.