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Course: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring section 2

September 21, 2013 | By |

Course Outline

Day 1: Introduction to Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)

  • What is Active Directory?
  • AD components and concepts.
  • Installing Server 2008 and AD.
  • Server 2008 Core installation.
  • DNS and Active Directory.
  • Configure zones.
  • Configure DNS server settings.
  • Configure zone transfers and replication.
  • DHCP with Server 2008.

Day 2: The Active Directory infrastructure

  • All about Forests and Domains.
  • Configuring Trusts and Sites.
  • AD Replication.
  • Global Catalogs and Operations Masters.
  • NTDSUTIL, ADSI Edit, and other useful utilities.
  • Security and Authentication.
  • Password policies: account lockouts and best practices.
  • File sharing and permissions.
  • Application control policies.
  • Auditing: learn how to keep track of what’s happening on your network.

Day 3: Active Directory Roles, Services, and Objects

  • Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service (AD LDS).
  • Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS).
  • Read-only domain controllers (RODC).
  • Active Directory Federation Services (AD FSv2).
  • Active Directory objects
  • Automate creation of Active Directory accounts.
  • Maintain Active Directory accounts.
  • Create and apply Group Policy objects (GPOs).
  • Configure GPO templates.
  • Deploy and manage software by using GPOs.
  • Configure account policies.
  • Configure audit policy by using GPOs.

Day 4-5: Certificate Services, Troubleshooting AD

  • Install Active Directory Certificate Services.
  • Configure CA server settings.
  • Manage certificate templates.
  • Manage enrollments.
  • Manage certificate revocations.
  • Active Directory maintenance and troubleshooting
  • Configure backup and recovery.
  • Perform offline maintenance.
  • Monitor Active Directory.
  • Active Directory in a mixed environment.
  • Using Powershell and why it’s worth learning.