The course provides all the necessary information that a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration should know.
In the 70-642 – Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure course, you will learn how to work with IP addressing and services, names resolution, file and print services, network access and remote access, and monitoring network services.
The course teaches you about the proper ways of configuring addresses and services through a detailed analysis of configuring IPv4 and IPv6, the methods of configuring dynamic host configuration protocol (DHCP), configuring routing, creating DHCP Servers for your network, creating Windows Firewall with Advanced Security, and deploying DNS server. The course will also teach you the process of connecting Windows with LAN, managing files and printers, and the ways of securing Windows through updates.
Benefits you will get?
Affordable, engaging & premium-quality e-learning study materials
Assessment through Tests and Quizzes and instant result
Access to course content on mobile, tablet or desktop from anywhere anytime
Personalized learning – Learn at your own pace, time and place
A vast array of fascinating subjects
Regularly updated contents
Dedicated support team working 24/7
Anyone with any academic background can enroll into this course.
A device with an active internet connection
We assess our learners through quizzes or multiple choice test. This test will be assessed automatically and immediately to give you an instant result.
The PDF copy of Certificate of Completion can be claimed at the free of cost. If you need a hardcopy of this certificate, you have to pay an additional payment. The time for PDF certificate turnaround is 24 hours, and for the hardcopy, it is 3-7 working days.
Understanding and Configuring IP
Introducing the OSI Model
How IPv4 Works
Subnets and Supernets
What’s New with IPv6
Configuring Windows with an IPv4 Address
Configuring IP Based Solutions
Why Use a DHCP Server
Creating DHCP Servers for Your Network
How Windows Performs Name to IP Resolution
Configuring Windows to Use DNS
How Does DNS Really Work
Deploying DNS Servers
DNS Configurable Options
Managing Different Types of DNS Zones
Configuring Zone Replication and Transfers
Understanding IP Routing
Router Communication Protocols
Connecting Windows to the LAN
Making NAT Work
Remote Access to Other Networks
Securing the Client, Network, and Communications
Communication Security: IPSec
Enforcing IPSec with Policies
Network Security with NAP
Client Security with Windows Firewall
Other Security Solutions
Working with File Security
Server Role – File Services
Performing a Backup and Restore
How to Install and Use Network Monitor and SNMP
Windows Performance and Reliability Monitoring
Looking at Event Logs
Configuring Event Forwarding
Server Role – Print Services
How to Share Printers
Securing Windows Through Updates
What is Windows Server Update Services?
Planning & Deploying the WSUS Installation
Using Windows Server Update Services
Mock Exam- 70-642 – Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure
Final Exam- 70-642 – Configuring Windows Server 2008 R2 Network Infrastructure