The Moulton Company Seminar Capsule
featuring Windows Active Directory Server
This 4-day course provides the necessary skills for support personnel to install, maintain, and upgrade networks to Windows 7. The format is class lecture with hands-on lab exercises that are performed by the students with instructor supervision. This support training includes information on the proper installation of Windows Server including system requirements, optional hardware, and custom setup. Students will also learn user and group management procedures such as security fundamentals. Other important areas of instruction include managing the registry, printer set-up, and network administration.
In addition to these functions, this class includes instruction on such critical resources as the back-up utility and recovery tools, performance monitor, and Remote Access Server (RAS).
Who Should Attend
This class is designed for anyone charged with the responsibility for supporting Networks with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 PCs. Attendees do not need to have a formal technical background, however, they should be familiar with the standard operation of desktop personal computers running Microsoft Windows.
Duration & Cost:
Mastering & Supporting Windows Networks is a four-day seminar that accommodates a maximum of 24 students and is conducted by a primary instructor and one assistant instructor. The client provides all training facilities, including the computer lab. The client is provided with a master copy of the student manual that may be reproduced, at their cost, for each student in the class. Total cost for the four days is $8,416 for any location within a 150-mile radius of Baltimore, Maryland. Organizations located outside of this service area are also eligible to purchase this class, please call for a quote for your specific needs.
Comprehensive Course Outline:
Windows Active Directory has become the standard platform for Enterprise networks and Windows Server is the most popular active directory network operating system. Windows Server is a high-end operating environment geared towards Enterprise networking and security. It provides these features with the Windows and Windows GUI. This section provides a brief overview of Windows Operating Systems and compares them to the Windows Server Operating Systems.
I. WINDOWS OVERVIEW
Windows Server is easy to install provided you have the supported hardware. In this section we step you through the basic installation.
II. INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
III. INSTALLING Windows Server OVER AN EXISTING NETWORK
IV. USER AND GROUP BASIC MANAGEMENT
Windows Server provides the security needed for corporate networks. This section discusses these security features and capabilities.
V. Windows Server Security
Windows Server provides advanced hardware support features. It supports several file systems, and different disk partition types. There is also support for many multimedia and communications products.
VI. MICROSOFT Windows 7 SYSTEMS
VII. OTHER HARDWARE
Windows Server is controlled via the registry and INI files. This section explores the registry structure and modifying the registry.
VIII. MANAGING THE REGISTRY
Windows Server is an application development platform for distributed computing. This section examines applications under Windows Server. Installing standard office suite applications is discussed.
IX. APPLICATIONS MANAGEMENT
X. DATA EXCHANGE
Windows Server supports many printers. Printer setup, operation and management are investigated here.
This section shows the strengths that Windows Server exhibits in networking. It explains the Domain concepts, TCP/IP setup and Enterprise networking strategies.
XII. Networking with Windows Server
XIII. Network Installation and Administration
XIV. Windows Server Networking Architecture and Services
XV. Built in Network Support
XVI. Microsoft Active Directory
XVII. Windows Server Remote Access Server (RAS)
Windows Server provides several backup and failure recovery features. In this section we explain these backup and failure recovery capabilities.
XIX. Failure Recovery
Windows Server performance and tuning strategies and techniques are presented and discussed. The performance monitor is used to examine network and standalone performance.
XX. Windows Server Performance