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Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure

Exam 70-413

Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure 5 Day Boot Camp

The course covering Exam 70-413 is the fourth week in the Windows Server 2012 MCSE: Server Infrastructure certification training. During these five days, attendees will concentrate on designing Server 2012 environments to accommodate varying types of network requirements.

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Course Overview

Both Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 are used by the trainer and attendees for demonstrations and the in-class labs. Through the labs, attendees will be able to develop a comprehensive understanding of how to design and implement; server deployment through upgrades and migrations, AD domain and forest infrastructures, file services, storage, and network protection.

Topics include: physical and logical Active Directory configurations, securing network connectivity, and forest and domain topologies.

Prerequisites: Extensive experience working with Windows Server technologies, or completion of courses 70-410, 70-411, and 70-412.

Course Outline

Day 1: Server Infrastructure Planning and Deployment

  • Automated server installation strategies.
  • Implementing a server deployment infrastructure.
  • Upgrades and migrations across Forests and Domains.
  • Implementing Virtual Machine Manager services.
  • Implementing file and storage services.

Day 2: Network Infrastructure

  • Network infrastructure services and implementation.
  • Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) solutions.
  • Designing effective name resolution.
  • Managing IP addresses efficiently and effectively.

Day 3: Implementing Network Access Servicees

  • Designing a VPN solution.
  • Security Certificates, firewalls and packet filtering.
  • Scalable remote access solutions.
  • Capacity and server placement considerations.
  • Designing a network protection solution.
  • IPSEC, RADIUS, and endpoint protection.

Day 4: Implementing a Logical AD Infrastructure

  • Forest and Domain infrastructure design.
  • Multi-Forest architecture, trusts, and restructuring.
  • Implementing a Forest and Domain infrastructure.
  • Migrating, upgrading, and renaming Domains.
  • Designing enterprise Group Policy strategies.
  • Designing an Active Directory permissions model.

Day 5: Implementing a Physical AD Infrastructure

  • Designing an Active Directory sites topology.
  • Monitoring and resolving replication.
  • Domain controller strategies.
  • Configuring Global Catalog and Operations Master roles.
  • Domain Controller cloning.
  • Implementing a branch office infrastructure.
  • Delegating administration.
  • Review and exam prep.