MCTS - Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring . Exam 70-640


This course is for IT professionals who support or plan to support Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and who also plan to take the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) 70-640 examination. It is assumed that, before your enrollment, you have a solid foundation-level understanding of Microsoft Windows client and server operating systems and common Internet technologies. The MCTS exam assume that you have at least one year of experience administering AD DS. The material covered in this course and on the 70-640 exam builds on your understanding and experience to help you implement AD DS in distributed environments that can include complex network services and multiple locations and domain controllers.

Course Contents:

· Deploy Active Directory Domain Services, Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services, Active Directory Certificate Services, Active Directory Federation Services, and Active Directory Rights Management Services in a forest or domain.

· Upgrade existing domain controllers, domains, and forests to Windows Server 2008.

· Efficiently administer and automate the administration of users, groups, and computers.

· Manage the configuration and security of a domain by using Group Policy, fine-grained password policies, directory services auditing, and the Security Configuration Wizard.

· Implement effective name resolution with Domain Name System (DNS) on Windows Server 2008.

· Plan, configure, and support the replication of Active Directory data within and between sites.

· Add, remove, maintain, and back up domain controllers.

· Enable authentication between domains and forests.

· Implement new capabilities and functionality offered by Windows Server 2008.

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