Network technicians and managers, network administrators and anyone who will be involved in linking PC systems with an integrated TCP/IP network will benefit from this course.
The course can be made relevant to the Windows 2003, 2008 and 2012 Server platforms - please specify the operating system you are using when booking.
Delegates should have a keen interest in networking and ideally a good understanding of the Windows Server Operating system. Attending our Windows Server 2012 Administration and Configuration course would be a benefit.
3 days. Hands on.
The course will allow the delegate to identify and configure all major aspects of TCP/IP connectivity with Windows Server. On completion of the course the delegate will fully understand the theory of TCP/IP as well as basic network features and concepts, be able to configure SNMP, NetBIOS, DHCP server and clients and implement IP routing.
Organisation and Standards
The OSI Reference Model.
The OSI Layers.
IEEE Project 802.
Data Flow in TCP/IP Environments.
Network Infrastructures in TCP/IP
Characteristics of Bus Based LAN Structures.
IP Labelling Formats.
IPv4 and v6 Special and Reserved Addresses.
IPv4 and v6 Multicast Addresses.
Subnet Addressing Implementation.
Defining a Subnet Mask.
Subnetting more than one Octet.
Practice: Subnetting .
Defining a Subnet IDs.
Practice: Defining a Subnet IDs .
Defining Host IDs Range per Subnet .
Practice: Defining Host IDs Range per Subnet .
Implementing DNS in Windows
Domain Name Space.
DNS in Windows Environment.
Installing the DNS Server Service.
Creating Active Directory Integrated Zones.
Creating Forward and Reverse Lookup Zones for Windows.
Zones Information transfer.
Converting to an Active Directory Integrated Zone.
Configuring Zones for Dynamic Updates.
Testing the DNS Server Service.
LAB: Installing and Configuring the DNS Server Service.
Understanding Active Directory Components
What is Active Directory.
Active Directory and DNS.
Domain Modes – Mixed and Native.
Trees and Forest.
Global Catalogue Server.
Installing Active Directory.
Preparing to Install Active Directory.
Establishing the Root Domain.
Creating a Child Domain.
Creating a Tree in an Existing Forest.
LAB: Installing Active Directory.
Managing Active Directory Objects: User, Group, OU Accounts
Creating and Managing Active Directory Objects.
LAB: Creating Organizational Units and User Accounts .
LAB: Manager User Accounts.
Securing Access to Windows Resources
Securing and Access to Active Directory Objects.
Active Directory Permissions.
Security Access: ‘Rule of Thumb’.
Folder and File Access Permissions.
Granting Active Directory Permissions.
Permissions on Copied or Moved Files or Directory Object.
Delegating Administrative Control of active Directory.
Creating Task Pads.
LAB: Securing and Access to Windows Resources .
Interaction of Group and User Permissions.
LAB: Securing and Access to Windows Resources.
Using Group Policy to Manage Desktop Environments
Group Policy Setting.
Group Policy Objects.
Inheritance of Group Policy in Active Directory.
Refreshing Group Policy Settings.
Managing Group Policy Object Permissions.
Disabling Group Policy Objects.
Examining the Group Policy Interface.
User Group Configuration.
LAB: Implementing Group Policy.
Assigning Scripts by using group policy.
LAB: Implementing Templates and Script Policy.
Guidelines for Implementing Group Policy.
TCP/IP Services: Supporting DHCP and WINS
What is TCP/IP?
TCP/IP Configuration parameters.
New DHCP Functionality.
Authorising a DHCP Server In Active Directory.
Configuring DHCP Scopes in Windows.
Lab Supporting DHCP and WINS.
WINS Server Functionality.
WINS Client Functionality.
IP Printing and Publishing in Windows
Printing Terminology Used By Windows.
Components Of Printing Within Windows Environment.
Creating And Connecting to A Remote Printer.
Managing IP Printing and Publishing the Printer Environment.
Troubleshooting Printing Problems.
Module Lab Managing Printers.
IP related protocols (IPSec)
IP Security Protocol.
IP Security in a Windows Environment.
Configuring IPSec (Prerequisites).
Preparing for Test.
Configuring the IP Security Monitor.
Impact of IPSec Security Policy on a Windows Computer.
Allowing non-IPSec computers to communicate.
Building a Custom IPSec Policy.
Configuring an IKE Authentication Method.
Configuring an IPsec Filter List.
Testing a custom IPSec Policy.
IPSec Rule editor.
Understanding IKE Negotiation.
Lab: Configuring and Managing IPSec between Windows Servers.
IP Version 6
IP Version 6 Addressing and Compatibility.
IP Version 6 Packet Format.
IP Version 6 and Domain names.
IP Version 6 Transition Mechanisms.
Introduction to Firewalls.
The Different Firewall Types.
Packet Layer Filtering Firewalls.
Application Layer Firewalls.
Dual Homed Gateway.
Virtual Private Network.
Data Encryption and Authentication.
Terminal Access Control Access Control System (TACACS).
Remote Access Dial In User Service (RADIUS).
Data Encryption and Authentication.
Client Server Model.
Telnet, ftp, SMTP,MIME, SNMP.
Line Printer Service PLS.
NFS and Architecture.
Remote Access Dial-In User Service (RADIUS)
Extensible Authentication Protocol.
Layer 2 Tunnelling protocol.
Configuring Outbound Connections.
Creating a Dial-up Connection and Configuring a Virtual Private Network.
Configuring an Internet Connection and Remote Access server.
Configuring a Virtual Private Network Server.
Module Lab: Configuring a VPN Connection.
Examining Remote Access Policies.
Enabling Caller ID.
Configuring Remote Access Policies.
Implementing Demand Dial Routing.
Configuring Routing and remote Access.
Creating a Demand Dial Interface.
Using DHCP, DNS and WINS for small Remote Access Networks.
Configuring Network Address Translation.
Module Lab: Configuring and Testing Remote Access Policies.