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									MICROSOFT TESTS 70-
    290/291/293
Fairfax County Adult Education
   Courses 1477/1478/1479
     MANAGING AND MAINTAINING A MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003
        ENVIRONMENT (70-290) Fairfax County course 1477 36 hours


►   Part 1: Managing and Maintaining the Operating System
►   Chapter 1: Introducing Microsoft Windows Server 2003
►   Chapter 2: Administering Microsoft Windows Server 2003
►   Chapter 3: Monitoring Microsoft Windows Server 2003
►   Chapter 4: Backing Up and Restoring Data
►   Chapter 5: Maintaining the Operating System
►   Part 2: Managing and Maintaining Users, Groups, and Computers
►   Chapter 6: Working with User Accounts
►   Chapter 7: Working with Groups
►   Chapter 8: Working with Computer Accounts
►   Part 3: Managing and Maintaining Shared Resources
►   Chapter 9: Sharing File System Resources
►   Chapter 10: Working with Printers
►   Part 4: Managing and Maintaining Hardware
►   Chapter 11: Managing Device Drivers
►   Chapter 12: Managing Disk Storage
IMPLEMENTING, MANAGING, AND MAINTAINING A MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003

    NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE (70-291) Fairfax County course 1478 33 hours


►   Chapter   1:   Implementing DHCP
►   Chapter   2:   Managing and Monitoring DHCP
►   Chapter   3:   Implementing Name Resolution Using DNS
►   Chapter   4:   Managing and Monitoring DNS
►   Chapter   5:   Network Security
►   Chapter   6:   Securing Network Traffic with IPSec
►   Chapter   7:   Implementing and Managing Software Update Services
►   Chapter   8:   Configuring Routing By Using Routing and Remote Access
►   Chapter   9:   Maintaining a Network Infrastructure
                     PLANNING AND MAINTAINING A
     MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE (70-293)
                               24 hours
►   The course begins by examining basic TCP/IP networking concepts.
    Subsequent chapters are devoted to core Windows Server 2003
    networking services, such as Domain Name System (DNS), Windows
    Internet Naming Service (WINS), and Routing and Remote Access Service
    (RRAS), and to network security technologies such as digital certificates
    and the IP security (IPSec) extensions.

►   Part 1. Network Infrastructure Planning
►   Chapter 1: Introduction to Network Infrastructure Administration
►   Chapter 2: Assigning IP Addresses
►   Chapter 3: Routing IP
►   Chapter 4: Planning a Name Resolution Strategy
►   Chapter 5: Connecting to the Internet
►   Chapter 6: Server Clustering
►   Part 2. Network Infrastructure Security
►   Chapter 7: Securing a Network Infrastructure
►   Chapter 8: Hardening Servers
►   Chapter 9: Designing a Public Key Infrastructure
►   Chapter 10: Securing Network Communications
►   Part 3. Network Infrastructure Maintenance
►   Chapter 11: Maintaining a Network Infrastructure
►   Chapter 12: Troubleshooting

								
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