MCSE

Overview:
Training courses in Microsoft systems administration prepare students for certification, and they do not require completion of a degree program. dealing with the Microsoft Windows NT, 2000, 2003 XP, or later Microsoft operating system, networking Through MCSE training, students learn about computer security and network solution technologies.

Training Objectives of MCSE
MCSE course for certification for the IT Oriented network professional’s working knowledge of the Microsoft Windows and Server Classes cover managing a Microsoft environment, software like Windows SharePoint Server, and strategies for network security.

Target Students and Prerequisites:
Students must have experience in Hardware and networking

Course Contents:
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 Admin pack (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 exclusion Range 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

About the Trainer

10 + Years of IT experience, provided training for over 1000+ professionals online Real-time IT experience which enables to provide dedicated quality training. Teaching is his passion vast experience in providing online training around the globe with good communication skills.