6435 Designing a Windows Server® 2008 Network Infrastructure

Overview

Course Description

 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.  This three-day course will prepare IT professionals for the role of Enterprise Administrator. Students will learn how to design application infrastructure solutions based on Windows Server 2008 to meet varying business and technical requirements.

Audience Profile

This course is intended for IT Professionals who typically work as Enterprise Administrators and that wish to obtain skills that enable them to design a Windows Server® 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 network and application Infrastructure. This course is also for Enterprise Administrators or for IT Professionals who have been working on a previous version of Windows Server and want to update their skills to a Windows Server 2008 environment. Students may already be, or have been, working as server administrators involved in planning and design decisions at a server level, and who wish to gain skills and knowledge that enable them to transition to Enterprise level design decisions. The application infrastructure components of the course will focus primarily on web-based applications, application and presentation virtualization options and Remote Desktop Services. Application architects who want to know more about how to integrate Windows Server 2008 technologies into enterprise applications will also benefit from this course.

Prerequisite(s) Recommended

 Before attending this course, students must have:

  • Experience configuring Windows® 7.
  • Experience configuring Active Directory® Domain Services, such as domains, forests, sites, trusts, certificates, user and computer accounts.
  • Experience configuring Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, such as IP addressing, name resolution, network access, file and print services, and Windows Server Update Services (WSUS).
  • Experience configuring applications infrastructure such as server deployment, remote desktop services, and web services infrastructure.

Students who attend this training can meet the prerequisites by attending the following courses, or obtaining equivalent knowledge and skills:

  • 6421B: Configuring and Troubleshooting a Windows Server® 2008 Network Infrastructure
  • 6425C: Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008® Active Directory Domain Services
  • 6426C: Configuring and Troubleshooting Identity and Access Solutions with Windows Server® 2008 Active Directory
  • 6427A: Configuring and Troubleshooting Internet Information Services in Windows Server® 2008
  • 6428A: Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows Server® 2008 Terminal Services

Learning Objectives

 After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Design a plan for allocating IP addresses to workstations and servers
  • Design an appropriate name resolution system that incorporates DNS.
  • Design an appropriate name resolution system that incorporates DNS and NetBIOS name resolution
  • Design a solution for network access.
  • Design a secure network.
  • Design an appropriate application deployment solution for a given scenario.
  • Identify how Remote Desktop Services can be implemented and select an appropriate method for a given scenario
  • Design IIS for Web-based applications.
  • Design file and print service specific to the needs of a given scenario
  • Design file replication and caching to support branch office and mobile users.
  • Identify different ways that applications and data can be configured to support business continuity and select an appropriate method for a given scenario
  • Design a virtualization infrastructure.

Design and implement a WSUS solution.

Course Outline

Course Outline

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

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 to design a secure network.

Lessons

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

Lab : 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

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

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

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.
  • Design an IPSEc implementation.

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

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

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 a Network Access 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
  • NAP Architecture
  • NAP Enforcement
  • Designing NAP Policy
  • Designing NAP Enforcement and Remediation

Lab : Designing Network Access Protection

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

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 and DFS.

Lessons

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

Lab : Designing File Services and DFS in Windows Server 2008

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 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

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.

Module 13: 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
  • Windows Server 2008 Printing Features
  • Designing Print Services

Lab : Designing Shared Resources in Windows Server 2008

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the print services design.
  • Describe Windows Server 2008 printing features.
  • Design print services.

 

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Cost

$2,950.00

Course Code

FRCMIC-25

Course Duration

5

Instructions Method

Instructor Led
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