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MCSA/MCSE Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Environment (Exam 70-290)
 
 

MCSA/MCSE Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Environment (Exam 70-290), 1st Edition

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MCSA/MCSE Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Environment (Exam 70-290), 1st Edition, Syngress,ISBN9780080479255
 
 
 

  

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MCSA/MCSE Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Environment: Exam 70-290 Study Guide and DVD Training System is a one-of-a-kind integration of text, DVD-quality instructor led training, and Web-based exam simulation and remediation. This system gives you 100% coverage of the official Microsoft 70-290 exam objectives plus test preparation software for the edge you need to pass the exam on your first try.

In June, 2003 Microsoft will launch beta exams for the Windows Server 2003 certification line. Exams will likely go live the following August and September. This launch is a comprehensive revamping of the MCSE (Microsoft Certified System Enginner) track with all new core exams and all new electives. In addition, the MCSA (Microsoft Certified System Administrator) certification will expand its program to include an additional upgrade exam for MCSAs wanting to become MCSEs.

The launch of this new certification track means that all current MCSEs, representing an installed base of approximately 200,000 (source: MCP Magazine) will need to recertify under Windows Server 2003. In addition, any MCP looking to become an MCSE--estimates are about 1.2 million (source: MCP Magazine)--will also have to continue their certifications under the new program.

Many industry experts expect the Windows 2003 certification, and product line as well, to be a more popular track since many organziations are still using NT and plan to skip 2000 and go directly to 2003.

Readership

Microsoft engineers and consultants wanting to demonstrate a certain level of expertise to their employer. Those starting new certifications as well as those upgrading from prior tracks and lesser certifications.

MCSA/MCSE Managing and Maintaining a Windows Server 2003 Environment (Exam 70-290), 1st Edition

Foreword Chapter 1 Overview of Windows Server 2003 Introduction History of the Windows Operating System Family Out of MS-DOS: Where It All Began Windows 9x versus Windows NT-Based Operating Systems The NT OS Family Tree Windows NT 3.x Windows NT 4.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 Windows Server Operating System Basics Client-Server Networking The Domain Concept Directory Services What's New in Windows Server 2003? Why a New Server Operating System? New Features The Windows Server 2003 Family Why Four Different Editions? Members of the Family 4.3 Manage Software Site Licensing 4.2 Manage Software Update Infrastructure Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key 1 Chapter 2 Managing Physical and Logical Disks Introduction Understanding Disk Terminology and Concepts Microsoft Disk Terminology Using Disk Management Tools Using the Disk Management MMC Using the Command-Line Utilities 1 Understanding and Managing Physical and Logical Disks 1.1 Manage Basic Disks 1.1 Managing Dynamic Disks 1.3 Optimize Server Disk Performance 1.3.2 Defragmenting Volumes and Partitions Configuring and Monitoring Disk Quotas 1.3.1 Implementing RAID Solutions Understanding and Using Remote Storage Understanding Remote Storage Concepts Setting Up Remote Storage Troubleshooting Disks and Volumes Troubleshooting Basic Disks Troubleshooting Dynamic Volumes Troubleshooting Fragmentation Problems Troubleshooting Disk Quotas Troubleshooting Remote Storage Troubleshooting RAID Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key Chapter 3 Configuring, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting Server Hardware Introduction Understanding Server Hardware Vulnerabilities Understanding How Windows 1.4.1 Installing and Configuring Server Hardware Devices 1.4 Configuring Driver Signing Options Using the New Hardware Wizard 1.4.3 Using Device Manager to Configure and Manage Devices Device Installation and Configuration Best Practices 1.2 Monitoring Server Hardware Using Device Manager Using Event Viewer Using Control Panel Applets Using Command-Line Utilities 4.7.3 Using Performance Console Hardware Monitoring Best Practices Troubleshooting Hardware Devices Diagnosing and Resolving Issues Related to Hardware Settings Diagnosing and Resolving Issues Hardware Troubleshooting Best Practices Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key 2 Chapter 4 Managing User, Group, and Computer Accounts Introduction 2.1 Understanding Security Objects Understanding the Role of User Accounts Understanding the Role of Group Accounts Understanding the Role of Computer Accounts Understanding the Role of Active Directory Using Management Tools Using the Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) Administrative Tool Using Command-Line Utilities 2.4 Creating and Managing User Accounts 2.4.1 Using the ADUC MMC Snap-In to Create and Manage Users Using the Command Line to Create and Manage Users 2.3.5/2.4.2 Automating User and Group Account Creation 2.4.3 Importing User Accounts 2.6 Troubleshooting User Accounts 2.3 Creating and Managing Group Accounts 2.3.1 Understanding Group Types and Scopes 2.3.3/2.3.4 Using the ADUC MMC Using the Command Line to Create and Manage Groups Group Management Tasks Group Membership Management Best Practices 2.2 Creating and Managing Computer Accounts 2.5.1 Using the ADUC MMC Snap-In to 2.5 Using the Command Line to Create, Manage, and Troubleshoot Computers Creating and Managing Domain Controllers 2.5 Troubleshooting Computer Accounts Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key 3 Chapter 5 Managing Access to Resources Introduction Understanding Access Control Defining Access Control 3.1 Understanding and Using Access Permissions 3.3 Setting File-Level Permissions (NTFS Security) 3.1.2 Setting Shared-Folder Permissions Shared Folders in Active Directory 3.3.1 Understanding How Permissions Are Inherited Setting User Rights and Privileges Understanding the Role of User Rights 2.7/3.4 Troubleshooting Access Problems Identifying Common Access Problems Basic Troubleshooting Guidelines Using New Command-Line Utilities Using where.exe Using takeown.exe Using EFS Encryption Understanding Disk Encryption Understanding How EFS Works "Under the Hood" Encrypting Files and Folders Using the Graphical Interface Using the cipher.exe Applying EFS Best Practices Implementing a Public Key Infrastructure Understanding the Function of a PKI Installing and Using the Windows Server 2003 Certificate Services Creating the Certificate Authority Hierarchy Applying PKI Best Practices Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key Chapter 6 Managing and Troubleshooting Terminal Services Introduction Understanding Windows Terminal Services Terminal Services Terminology and Concepts Terminal Services Components 4.4.2 Manage a Server by Using Terminal Services Remote Administration Mode Using Remote Desktop for Administration Using Remote Assistance Downloading, Installing, and Configuring the Windows Messenger Tool for Use with Remote Assistance Installing and Configuring the Terminal Server Role Installing the Terminal Server Role Using Terminal Services Client Tools Installing and Using the Remote Installing and Using the Remote Desktops MMC Snap-In Installing and Using the Remote Desktop Web Connection Utility Using Terminal Services Administrative Tools 3.2.2 Using the Terminal Services Manager Using the Terminal Services Configuration Tool User Account Extensions 3.2.2 Using Group Policies to Control Terminal Services Users Using the Terminal Services Command-Line Tools 3.2 Troubleshooting Terminal Services Not Automatically Logged On "This Initial Program Cannot Be Started" Clipboard Problems License Problems Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key Chapter 7 Using Server Management Tools Introduction 4.4.3 Recognizing Types of Management Tools Administrative Tools Menu Custom MMC Snap-Ins Command-Line Utilities Wizards Windows Resource Kit The Run As Command 4.4 Managing Your Server Remotely Remote Assistance Using Web Interface for Remote Administration Remote Desktop for Administration Administration Tools Pack (adminpak.msi) Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Using Computer Management to Manage a Remote Computer Which Tool To Use? Using Emergency Management Services 4.7.2/4.5 Managing Printers and Print Queues Using the Graphical Interface Using New Command-Line Tools The Printer Spooler Service The Internet Printing Protocol Managing and Troubleshooting Services Service Configuration Using the Graphical Interface Using New Command-Line Utilities Using Wizards to Configure and Manage Your Server Using the Configure Your Server and Manage Your Server Wizards Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key 4.9 Chapter 8 Managing Web Servers with IIS 6.0 Introduction Installing and Configuring IIS 6.0 Pre-Installation Checklist Installation Methods Installation Best Practices What's New in IIS 6.0? New Security Features New Reliability Features Health Detection New Request Processing Architecture: HTTP.SYS Kernel Mode Driver Other New Features 4.9.1 Managing IIS 6.0 Performing Common Management Tasks 4.9.2 Managing IIS Security Troubleshooting IIS 6.0 Troubleshooting Content Errors Troubleshooting Connection Errors Troubleshooting Other Error Using New IIS Command-Line Utilities iisweb.vbs iisvdir.vbs iisftp.vbs iisftpdr.vbs iisback.vbs iiscnfg.vbs Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key Chapter 9 Monitoring Performance and Security Introduction 4.6 Monitoring Performance 4.7 Using Task Manager to Monitor Performance 4.1 Using the Performance Utility to Monitor Performance Using Command-Line Tools 4.8 Optimizing Servers for Application Performance 4.8.1 Monitoring Memory Objects 4.8.2 Monitoring Network Objects 4.8.3 Monitoring Process Objects 4.8.4 Monitoring Disk Objects Auditing Security Events Defining and Modifying Auditing Policies for Event Categories Enabling Auditing of Object Access Viewing the Security Log Using Event Viewer Event Types Understanding Event Logs Managing Event Logs Troubleshooting Event Logs Using Command-Line Tools eventcreate.exe eventquery.vbs eventtriggers.exe tracerpt.exe Using the Shutdown Event Tracker Shutdown Events Overview Configuring the Shutdown Event Tracker Working with the Shutdown Event Tracker Using the Registry to Manage Shutdown Event Tracker Defining Custom Shutdown Reasons Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Questions Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key Chapter 10 Planning and Implementing Disaster Recovery Defining and Understanding Disaster Recovery Understanding the Components of Disaster Recovery Developing Business Continuity Plans Developing the Disaster Recovery Plan 5.2 Creating a Backup Plan Backup Concepts 5.1.3 Backup Media Backing Up Data Files with the Backup Utility Backing Up System State Data 5.1.4 Configuring Security for Backup Operations 5.4 Restoring Backed-Up Data 5.5 Scheduling Backup Jobs Using the ntbackup Command-Line Utility 5.1 Creating a System Recovery Plan Backing up System State Data 5.1.1 Creating an Automated System Recovery Set Installing and Using the Recovery Console Using Windows Startup Options 5.1.2 Working with Volume Shadow Copies Making Shadow Copies of Shared Folders Deploying the Client Software for Shadow Copies Restoring Previous Versions of a File Shadow Copies Best Practices 5.3 Recovering from Server Hardware Failure The Role of Fault-Tolerant Disks The Role of Server Clustering Summary of Exam Objectives Exam Objectives Fast Track Exam Objectives Frequently Asked Question Self Test Self Test Quick Answer Key Self Test Questions, Answers, and Explanations Index
 
 

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