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PC LAN/WAN Setup and Windows 2008 Server Active Directory Infrastructure Administration


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COURSE DURATION: 30 HRS

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

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This HANDS-ON training gives you the knowledge and skills to design, build, configure and implement a Local Area Network/WAN. The training starts from the ground up, from planning to purchasing to designing and to cabling the network and to configuring the network so that it will be up and running. The training does not stop there because it includes Implementing, Configuring and Administering a Windows 2008 Active Directory Infrastructure It teaches you all you need to know to administer a Windows 2003 Network.

This course will help you prepare for TESDA CHS NCII Assessment Exam

COURSE DELIVERY:

Instructor-led, Hands-On training approach.

COURSE PREREQUISITE:

PC Hardware and Software Troubleshooting and Repair Training

LIBRARY: Available

INTERNET ACCESS: Available

COURSE OUTLINE

MODULE 1: NETWORK TECHNOLOGY, DESIGN/CABLING & WIRELESS LAN SETUP

Chapter 1: Introduction to Local Area Network

    Defining a Local Area Network
    • Application of PC Networking
    • Organization-wide computing
    • Workgroup computing
    • Resource sharing
    • Distance Learning
    • FTP and Web Access
    • Differentiating LAN, MAN and WAN
    • Network Standards
    • Network Operating Systems (NOS)
    • Characteristics of a NOS
    • Desktop Operating Systems (Client Operating System)                  

Chapter 2: Understanding Network components for LAN connectivity 

  •  Client for Microsoft Networks
    • Network Adapter
    • Network Protocol (TCP/IP)
    • File and Printer
      sharing for Microsoft Networks

Chapter 3: Configuring Network components

  •  Installing Client for Microsoft Networks
    • Installing Network Adapter
    • Installing and configuring TCP/IP
    • Installing File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft
    • Networks
    • Setting Workgroup names and Computer names
    • Common errors in building a Network
    • Solving Network Connection problems

Chapter 4: TCP/IP & Subnetting

  • TCP/IP Overview
    • Function of TCP/IP in a Network
    • Static and Dynamic IP Addresses
    • Class A, B, C and D
    • Differentiating IP address classes
    • Network ID's and Hosts
    • Choosing Private IP addresses
    • Assigning IP addresses
    • IP Subnetting
    • Subnetting Class A, B & C address
    • Defining Subnet Masks
    • Troubleshooting TCP/IP
    • Using Network utilities (ping, tracert, ipconfig, arp,
    • nbtstat etc..)

Chapter 5: INTERNET CONNECTION SHARING

  • Overview of the Internet
    • Internet Service Providers (ISP)
    • Requirements for Internet connection (Modem, Tel.
    • Line, ISP account)
    • Broadband Internet connection (Cable/DSL)
    • Cable and DSL internet connection setup
    • Common errors in connecting to the Internet
    • Solving common internet connection failures
    • Sharing Internet Connection using a ROUTER
    • Configuring a DSL Router
    • Managing IP address of DSL Router
    • Configuring the embedded DHCP server in the Router
    • Managing advanced features of the Router
    • Sharing Internet Connection using Wingate software
    • Testing for internet connection of the network
    • Common Internet sharing problems
    • Solving Internet connection errors

Chapter 6: NETWORK DESIGN AND CABLING

  •  LAN Standards
    • Multi-LAN Networks and configuration
    • Backbone Designs
    • High-Speed LAN
    • Defining LAN requirements
    • Determining user needs
    • Network Hardware
    • Network Topology (Star, Bus, Ring and Tree)
    • Cabling the Network
    • Testing the Cable
    • Testing the Network
    • Post Installation operations

Chapter 7: WIRELESS LAN SETUP AND CONFIGURATION

MODULE 2 - WINDOWS 2008 SERVER ADMINISTRATION - Active Directory Infrastructure

CHAPTER 1: Configuring Domain Name System (DNS) for Active Directory

Configure zones

  • Dynamic DNS (DDNS), Non-dynamic DNS (NDDNS) and Secure Dynamic DNS (SDDNS);
  • Primary, Secondary, Active Directory Integrated, Stub;
  • forward lookup and reverse lookup zones

Configure DNS server settings

  • Forwarding;
  • root hints;
  • configure zone delegation;
  • disable recursion;
  • server scavenging

Configure zone transfers and replication
  • Configure replication scope (forestDNSzone; domainDNSzone);
  • incremental zone transfers
  • secure zone transfers

CHAPTER 2: Configuring the Active Directory infrastructure

Configure a forest or a domain

  • Remove a domain;
  • perform an unattended installation;
  • Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT);
  • change forest and domain functional levels;
  • interoperability with previous versions of Active Directory;

Configure trusts

  • Forest trust;
  • selective authentication vs. forest-wide authentication;
  • transitive trust; external trust; shortcut trust;

Configure sites

  • Create Active Directory subnets;
  • configure sites infrastructure

Configure Active Directory replication

  • DFSR;
  • one-way replication;
  • Bridgehead server;
  • replication scheduling;

Configure operations masters

  • Seize and transfer;
  • backup operations master;
  • operations master placement;
  • Schema Master;

CHAPTER 3: Configuring Active Directory roles and services

Configure Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service (AD LDS)

  • Migration to AD LDS;
  • configure data within AD LDS;
  • configure an authentication server;
  • Server Core installation

Configure the read-only domain controller (RODC)

  • Replication;
  • Administrator role separation;
  • read-only DNS;
  • credential caching;
  • password replication;
  • read-only SYSVOL;
  • staged install

CHAPTER 4: Creating and maintaining Active Directory objects

Automate creation of Active Directory accounts

  • create computer, user and group accounts (scripts, import, migration);
  • offline domain join

Maintain Active Directory accounts

  • Manage computer accounts;
  • configure group membership;
  • account resets;
  • local vs. domain;
  • Protected Admin;
  • disabling accounts vs. deleting accounts;
  • creating organisational units (OUs);
  • delegation of control;
  • protecting AD objects from deletion;

        Create and apply Group Policy objects (GPOs)
  • setting up Group Policies for Domain/OU
  • Enforce, OU hierarchy, block inheritance and enabling user objects;
  • group policy processing priority;
  • group policy filtering;

Configure GPO templates

  • User rights;
  • ADMX Central Store;
  • administrative templates;
  • security templates;
  • restricted groups;
  • security options;
       
        Deploy and manage software by using GPOs
  • Publishing to users;
  • assigning software to users;

Configure account policies

  • Domain password policy;
  • account lockout policy;
  • fine-grain password policies

Configure audit policy by using GPOs

  • audit account logon events;
  • audit policy change;
  • audit access privilege use;
  • audit object access;

CHAPTER 5:  Maintaining the Active Directory environment

Configure backup and recovery

  • Using Windows Server Backup;
  • back up files and system state data to media;
  • backup and restore by using removable media;
  • perform an authoritative or non-authoritative restore;
  • Directory Services Recovery Mode (DSRM);
  • backup and restore GPOs;
  • configure AD recycle bin

Perform offline maintenance

  • Offline defragmentation and compaction;

Monitor Active Directory

  • Event viewer subscriptions;
  • data collector sets;
  • real-time monitoring;
  • analysing logs;

COURSE FEE :

with FREE Flowing Coffee

 Cash         
Installment  Downpayment  Due Date  Manual 
 Php 9,000  Php 9,500  Php 4,500  Midway of Training  Free

COURSE SCHEDULES : 


   

CHAPTER 1:        Configuring Domain Name System (DNS) for Active Directory

 

                Configure zones

§  Dynamic DNS (DDNS), Non-dynamic DNS (NDDNS) and Secure Dynamic DNS (SDDNS);

§  Primary, Secondary, Active Directory Integrated, Stub;

§  forward lookup and reverse lookup zones

 

                Configure DNS server settings

§  Forwarding;

§  root hints;

§  configure zone delegation;

§  disable recursion;

§  server scavenging

 

                Configure zone transfers and replication

§  Configure replication scope (forestDNSzone; domainDNSzone);

§  incremental zone transfers;

§  secure zone transfers;

 

 

CHAPTER 2:        Configuring the Active Directory infrastructure

 

                Configure a forest or a domain

§  Remove a domain;

§  perform an unattended installation;

§  Active Directory Migration Tool (ADMT);

§  change forest and domain functional levels;

§  interoperability with previous versions of Active Directory;

 

                Configure trusts

§  Forest trust;

§  selective authentication vs. forest-wide authentication;

§  transitive trust; external trust; shortcut trust;

 

                Configure sites

§  Create Active Directory subnets;

§  configure sites infrastructure

 

                Configure Active Directory replication

§  DFSR;

§  one-way replication;

§  Bridgehead server;

§  replication scheduling;

 

                Configure operations masters

§  Seize and transfer;

§  backup operations master;

§  operations master placement;

§  Schema Master;

 

 

CHAPTER 3:        Configuring Active Directory roles and services

                Configure Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service (AD LDS)

§  Migration to AD LDS;

§  configure data within AD LDS;

§  configure an authentication server;

§  Server Core installation

 

                Configure the read-only domain controller (RODC)

§  Replication;

§  Administrator role separation;

§  read-only DNS;

§  credential caching;

§  password replication;

§  read-only SYSVOL;

§  staged install

 

CHAPTER 4:        Creating and maintaining Active Directory objects

               

                Automate creation of Active Directory accounts

§  create computer, user and group accounts (scripts, import, migration);

§  offline domain join

 

                Maintain Active Directory accounts

§  Manage computer accounts;

§  configure group membership;

§  account resets;

§  local vs. domain;

§  Protected Admin;

§  disabling accounts vs. deleting accounts;

§  creating organisational units (OUs);

§  delegation of control;

§  protecting AD objects from deletion;

 

                Create and apply Group Policy objects (GPOs)

§  setting up Group Policies for Domain/OU

§  Enforce, OU hierarchy, block inheritance and enabling user objects;

§  group policy processing priority;

§  group policy filtering;

 

                Configure GPO templates

§  User rights;

§  ADMX Central Store;

§  administrative templates;

§  security templates;

§  restricted groups;

§  security options;

 

 

 

 

 

                Deploy and manage software by using GPOs

§  Publishing to users;

§  assigning software to users;

 

                Configure account policies

§  Domain password policy;

§  account lockout policy;

§  fine-grain password policies

 

                Configure audit policy by using GPOs

§  audit account logon events;

§  audit policy change;

§  audit access privilege use;

§  audit object access;

 

 

CHAPTER 5:        Maintaining the Active Directory environment

 

                Configure backup and recovery

§  Using Windows Server Backup;

§  back up files and system state data to media;

§  backup and restore by using removable media;

§  perform an authoritative or non-authoritative restore;

§  Directory Services Recovery Mode (DSRM);

§  backup and restore GPOs;

§  configure AD recycle bin

 

                Perform offline maintenance

§  Offline defragmentation and co


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@ Harold Delgado

You will receive a certificate of completion after the training. If you want to take the exam and pass you get another certificate from Microsoft or TESDA NCII. Thank you!
Do we get a certificate after the training, or do we have to take the exam? Thanks.
@ joel

Pareserve po kayo online pra mainform kyo kung confirm o hindi ung class see this link http://www.cnctc.edu.ph/reservation_form.php
ano na po ang confirmed schedule ninyo
@ joel

Hello, enrollment is still open po. Nakareserved na po ba kayo online? Thanks
hi, wala confirm po ba yung march 1. 9am - 3pm sa buendia?
@ Ben

Hello, yes tatawag po kayo to schedule your sit in. Wala na po kayong babayaran pa. Thanks.
hi! alumni na po ako dito sa course na to last yr may. tatawag lang po ba para mag pa reserve ng seat in sa clase? wala na po ba babayadan at makaka gamit ba ng pc? thanks!
@ cristian

Wala pong optio
nal na OJT ang PC Lan/Wan. Ang PC Hardware and software troubleshooting lang po ang may OJT. Thanks
May optional OJT rin po ba sa course na to?
@ Eduardo

Wait po ninyo ang confirmation ng class 3 days before po ng training. Thank you!
makapasok kaya ako sa feb 23 sa espaa nagpa reserve na ako jan last week pa wala update sa akin pa
hi, i'm trying to reserve for Feb 17-21 class pero hindi tinatanggap yung student number ko. it was the same student number I had for the PC assembly class.
@ Roger

Enrollment is still open for Sunday schedule, we need minimum of 3 participants before the class starts. Thank you.
By any chance is there a Sunday Schedule coming?
@ deng

Yes, makakakuha po kayo ng certificate of completion pag katapos ng training. Thank you.
I would like to ask, if i finish the training i can get poba a certificate that i have trained in this course? in short, a certificate that i've trained in this training center.
thankyou.
@ Ronald

Unfortunately located lang po kame dito sa Espaa,Manila and Buendia,Makati. Thank you!
meron po ba kayo ng course na to sa batangas?
@ Angelo Sales

Yes, after finishing this course pwede na po kayong magtake ng MCP Certification exam and it cost USD80. Test Center is located in main office at Espaa Manila. Thanks
Ask ko lang po kung cover na dito lahat ng kelangan for MCP Certification? and kung sakaling mag take po ako ng MCP exam, how much po kaya exam? san ako pwede mag take ng exam?

thanks!
Leo
@ Jay

We have open schedule on Jan 12 to Feb 09, 2014 every Sunday from 9am to 3pm in Espana, Manila. Yes you can take the course as long as you have knowledge in PC Troubleshooting.
When will be the next sat or sun schedule on Espaa branch? I already have work experience in PC troubleshooting, can i take the course without taking up the pre-requisite? thanks
@ joel mendoza

If you already have a background for the prerequisite of the course PC Troubleshooting, Yes you can directly take PC LAN/WAN
can i directly enroll in pc lan/wan. I am leaving for US just need some idea on pc lan/wan
@ Myra

Yes you can enroll directly as long as you have knowledge with the course prerequisite PC Troubleshooting. Please make your reservation online see this link http://www.cnctc.edu.ph/reservation_form.php
I'm interested enrolling for this course on saturday sched. Buendia/Makati branch. I'm a computer science graduate. I just need some basic refresher for IT related subjects. Could I enroll for this course directly, or i need to start with the course PC Hardware/Software troubleshooting?
@ Francis Pintucan

You need to start with the course PC Hardware and Software Troubleshooting and Repair and after take the course PC LAN/WAN Setup and Windows 2003 Server Active Directory Infrastructure Administration
What's the right course to take to be hired as an IT Support?
@ Charmaine Marasigan

We already sent a course quotation at your email. Thanks.
can i have the quotation of tesda course of PC LAN/WAN set up and window 2003 server active
@ joel

The name of our training center is Computer Networking Career & Training Center. Our Main office is located @ Rm 210 Dona Amparo Bldg., Espana Blvd. corner G. Tolentino St. Sampaloc Manila. Our Branch office is located @ Rm 208 UPY Bldg., Gil Puyat Ave. (formerly Buendia Ave) corner Marconi St. Palanan Makati City.
May i know the name of the school and the exact location? I am working at ortigas and planning to avail the training.
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