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					                                               Deploying Windows Server
                                               2008
                                               At the end of the course the delegate will be able to complete the following:

                                               Windows Server 2008                                   Using Windows Deployment
COMPUTER TRAINING                              Installation & Configuration                          Services
                                                This module focuses on installation options          This module focuses on using the new WIM
 The key to a better future                        and requirements for Windows Server 2008,           image format and Widows Deployment
                                                   including deploying Windows Server Core. This       Services to create and deploy custom system
                                                   module also covers using KMS and MAK to             images.
                                                   implement a Volume License strategy.               Working with the WIM format
                                                  Improvements in setup from Windows 2003 to         Windows Deployment Services
       WINDOWS                                     Windows Server 2008 and Windows 2008
                                                   Installation Requirements
                                                                                                      Lab: Working with Windows Deployment
                                                                                                       Services
     Course No. 6418                              Windows Server 2008 Server Core installation      Skills:
                                                  Implement a Volume Licensing Strategy using        Create system images using the WIM format.
                                                   KMS and MAK                                        Configure WDS.
             3 Days                               Lab: Install Windows Server 2008                   Create custom system images using WDS.
                                               Skills:
                                                Install Windows Server 2008.                        Windows Server Deployment
                                                Install Windows Server Core 2008.
Target Audience:                                List improvements in Windows Server 2008            (WSD) Solution Accelerator
This course provides students with an              setup.                                             This module introduces the WSD Solution
understanding of migrating and deploying        Plan a Volume Licensing Strategy.                       Accelerator as a tool for low-touch operating
Windows Server 2008 including installation,                                                              system deployment. This module also covers
configuration, and upgrading. It is intended
for IT professionals who are experienced
                                               Windows Server Core 2008                                  creating custom system images for common
                                                                                                         server configurations.
with Windows Server 2000 and Windows           Configuration                                            Introduction to WSD Solution Accelerator
Server 2003, and who hold an MCSE or            This module focuses on Windows Server Core             Creating Custom Windows Server 2008 builds
MCSA or have equivalent knowledge.               2008 configuration. Basic server configuration         Guidance for Zero-Touch deployment using
                                                 including setting the Administrator password            WSD
Pre-requisites:                                  and server TCP/IP configuration are covered in         Lab: Working with WSD
Before attending this course, students must      this module.                                        Skills:
have the following pre-requisites:              Basic Server Core command-line configuration         Create custom system images using WSD.
 On-the-job experience in Microsoft             tasks                                                Use WSD to deploy Windows Server 2008.
  Windows Server 2000 or 2003, including
                                                Configuring the roles available on Server Core
  Active Directory and Network
  Infrastructure.
                                                Lab: Configure Windows Server Core 2008             Upgrading and Migrating
 Working knowledge of networking.             Skills:
 Designed a Microsoft Windows Server           List commands used to configure Server Core.        Active Directory
  2003 Active Directory and Network             Configure Server Core roles.                         This module provides prescriptive guidance
  Infrastructure.                               Deploy common Server Core configurations.               for upgrading and migrating active directory
 Designed Security for a Microsoft                                                                      from Windows Server 2003 to Windows
  Windows Server 2003 Network.                 Windows Server 2008                                       Server 2008. This module also covers
                                                                                                         upgrading specific Active Directory-related
• Experience with Microsoft Windows
  2000, Windows XP, or Microsoft Vista.        Unattended Installation                                   services including DNS, Certificate Services,
                                                This module describes using Unattend files to           IPSec configuration, and GPO objects. This
Purpose:                                           install Windows Server 2008. This module also         module provides best-practices for Active
After completing this course, students will        covers creating a network deployment                  Directory upgrades.
be able to install Windows Server 2008;            infrastructure for unattended installation, and      Windows Server 2008 Upgrade Overview
perform initial configuration tasks for            unattended domain controller installation.           Upgrading Windows Server 2003 Domain
Windows Server 2008; conduct an                   Unattended 2008 Install.                              Controllers to Windows Server 2008 Domain
unattended install of Windows Server 2008;        Unattended deployment infrastructure.                 Controllers
configure Windows Server Core 2008; use           Unattended domain controller installation.           Active Directory Upgrade Best Practices
Windows Deployment Services to deploy             Lab: Deploying Windows Server 2008 Using an          Lab: Upgrading Windows Server 2003 Domain
Windows Server 2008; utilize Windows               Unattend File                                         Controllers to Windows Server 2008 Domain
Server Deployment Solution Accelerator;           Lab: Install Active Directory on Server Core          Controllers
upgrade to Windows Server 2008 from                using an Unattend file                               Lab: Using WSD to deploy an RODC to a
Windows Server 2003; upgrade Active               Lab: Deploy an RODC in a Branch Office Using          branch office.
Directory to Windows Server 2008; upgrade          an Unatted File
Windows Server 2003 File and Print servers                                                           Skills:
to Windows Server 2008; upgrade Windows        Skills:                                                List best practices for Active Directory
Server 2003 Application and Web servers to      Configure Unattend.xml files for Windows                upgrade
Windows Server 2008; upgrade Windows             Server 2008 unattended installation.                 Upgrade a Windows Server 2003 domain
Server 2003 Branch Office servers to            Configure an RODC using Unattend files.                 controller to Windows Server 2008.
Windows Server 2008; implement a Volume                                                               Upgrade a Windows Server 2003 Active
Licensing Strategy using KMS and MAK.                                                                    Directory Forest.
                                                                                                      Use WSD to deploy an RODC to a branch
                                                                                                         office.
Upgrading File and Print
Servers
 This module provides prescriptive guidance for
  upgrading and migrating file and print servers
  from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server
  2008. This module also covers upgrading specific
  file and print-related services including DFS-R,
  scheduled backup jobs, and clustered servers.
  This module provides best-practices for file and
  print server upgrades.
 Upgrading File and Print Servers
 Best practices for upgrading a Windows Server
  2003 File and Print Server to Windows Server
  2008
 Lab: Upgrading a Windows Server 2003 File and
  Print Server to Windows Server 2008
Skills:
 Upgrade a Windows Server 2003 print server to
    Windows Server 2008.                                 F1 COMPUTER
 Upgrade a Windows Server 2003 file server to         TRAINING SERVICES
    Windows Server 2008.
 List best practices for upgrading a Windows
    Server 2003 file and print server.
                                                             THE KEY TO A
Upgrading Application and                                   BETTER FUTURE
Web Servers
 This module provides prescriptive guidance for
    upgrading and migrating application and web          for further information…
    servers from Windows Server 2003 to Windows
    Server 2008. This module also covers upgrading
    specific application and web-related services
                                                            call us on
    including WebDAV, .NET frameworks and
    applications, Terminal Server, and Windows
                                                        0800 169 1890
    SharePoint Services. This module provides best-
    practices for application and web server


    upgrades.
    Upgrading Application and Web Servers
                                                           F1 COMPUTING
   Best practices for upgrading a Windows Server           SYSTEMS LTD
    2003 Application and Web Server to Windows                 3 Kelso Place
    Server 2008                                              Upper Bristol Road
   Lab: Upgrading a Windows Server 2003 Web
    Server to Windows Server 2008 and IIS7                    BATH BA1 3AU
   Lab: Upgrading a Windows Server 2003 Terminal
    Server to Windows Server 2008                           Fax: 01225 444728
Skills:
 Upgrade a Windows Server 2003 application and
    web Server to Windows Server 2008.                   training@f1comp.co.uk
 List best practices for upgrading a Windows
    Server 2003 application and web servers.             www.f1comp.co.uk
Upgrading Branch Office
Servers                                                LONDON BATH OR ONSITE
 This module provides prescriptive guidance for
  upgrading and migrating branch office servers
  from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server
  2008. This module also covers implementing
  common branch office roles including RODC and
  BitLocker. This module provides best-practices
  for branch office server upgrades.
 Migrating or Upgrading a Windows Server 2003
  branch office server to Windows Server 2008
 Low-Touch branch office server deployment
 Lab: Upgrading a Windows Server 2003 branch
  office server to Windows Server 2008
                                                         PARTICULARS
Skills:                                                         Cost:
 Upgrade branch office servers to Windows
    Server 2008.                                            £1050 plus VAT
 List best practices for upgrading a Windows
    Server 2003 branch office server.                         Platform:
                                                                 Windows
                                                                Numbers:
                                                      Maximum of 6 people on each
                                                      course at F1’s training facilities
                                                           in London and Bath
                                               Updating your Network
                                               Infrastructure and Active
                                               Directory Technology Skills to
                                               Windows Server 2008
COMPUTER TRAINING
 The key to a better future

                                               At the end of the course the delegate will be able to complete the following:
       WINDOWS                                 Installing and Configuring                           Skills:
                                                                                                     Explain the new backup infrastructure,
     Course No. 6416                           Windows Server 2008                                      including Volume Shadow Copy Service.
                                                This module explains how to install and             Identify backup-capable media in Windows
             5 Days                                configure Windows Server 2008. It also
                                                   explores using Server Manager to work with
                                                                                                        Server 2008.
                                                                                                     Restore Windows Server 2008 backups.
                                                   roles, features, PowerShell and other aspects

Target Audience:
                                                   of server configuration like Automatic
                                                   Updates.
                                                                                                    Windows Server 2008
This course provides students with the            Server Manager Roles                             Updates to Networking
knowledge and skills to work with Network         Windows Server 2008 Features                      This module explains how to use new and
Infrastructure and Active Directory               Active Directory Improvements                        improved networking features in Windows
technologies in Windows Server 2008. It is        Lab : Configuring Windows Server 2008                Server 2008, including server and domain
intended for IT Professionals experienced on                                                            isolation, IPv6, and DNS.
                                               Skills:
the technologies included in Windows
                                                Describe Windows Server 2008 roles.                   Networking with Windows Server 2008
Server 2000 or Windows Server 2003, and
                                                Describe Windows Server 2008 features.                New Networking Features
who hold an MCSE or MCSA certification
                                                Describe Windows Server 2008 Active                   DNS with Windows Server 2008
and/or equivalent knowledge.
                                                   Directory Improvements.                             Configuring Routing
Pre-requisites:                                                                                        Configuring Wireless Settings in Server 2008
Before attending this course, students must    Windows Deployment                                      Lab : Reviewing Networking Defaults and
have the following prerequisites:                                                                       Settings
 Experience planning, implementing,           Services                                                Lab : DNS Management Settings
  managing, maintaining, and securing           This module explains how to use benefits and       Skills:
  Microsoft Windows Server 2000 or 2003,         components of Windows Deployment Services,          Describe the Windows Server 2008 network
  including Active Directory and Network         including image capture and management.                architecture.
  Infrastructure server roles.                  Introducing Windows Deployment Services             Identify new and improved networking
 Working knowledge of networking.              WDS Components                                         features with Windows Server 2008.
 Experience installing, configuring, and       Lab : Working With Windows Deployment               List new improvements to DNS with Windows
  administering Microsoft Windows 2000,          Services                                               Server 2008.
  Windows XP Professional, or Microsoft
                                               Skills:                                               Describe routing configuration components in
  Vista.
 MCSA on Windows Server 2003 or MCSE
                                                Describe Windows Deployment Services                   Windows Server 2008.
  on Windows Server 2003 recommended.
                                                 benefits.                                           Describe new features for wireless networks.
                                                Describe Windows Deployment Services (WDS)
Purpose:                                         components.                                        Network Policies and Access
After completing this course, students will
be able to Install and configure Windows       Windows Server 2008 Server                           Protection
Server 2008; add and configure Windows                                                               This module explains how to use Network
Server Core roles; explain the new backup      Core                                                     Access Protection (NAP) and related
infrastructure, including Volume Shadow         This module explains how to use key                    technologies to enforce security and client
Copy Service; identify new and improved          functionality and benefits of a Server Core            health policies.
networking features with Windows Server          installation, including adding and configuring        Network Policies Access Protection
2008; configure Hyper-V virtual machines;        roles.                                                Enforcement Options
identify considerations when upgrading          Server Core Introduction                              Network Access Protection Scenarios
from a Windows Server 2003 to a Windows         Configuring and Managing Server Core                  Routing and Remote Access
Server 2008 Active Directory infrastructure;    Lab : Server Core                                     Lab : Using Network Access Protection
install and configure Active Directory                                                              Skills:
                                               Skills:
Federation Services, Active Directory
Lightweight Directory Services, and Active
                                                Describe Windows Server Core.                       Describe how Network Policies Access
Directory Rights Management Services; use       Add and configure Windows Server Core roles.           Protection (NAP) works.
Read-Only Domain Controllers; identify new
                                                                                                     Identify NAP enforcement options.
features in AD DS auditing; implement AD       Windows Backup                                        Identify scenarios for NAP usage.
DS auditing; configure Windows Server 2008      This module provides an overview of the new         Describe Routing and Remote Access (RRAS).
Failover Clustering; configure Windows             backup infrastructure in Windows Server 2008,
Server 2008 Network Load Balancing.                including Volume Shadow Copy service,            Hyper-V
                                                   scheduled vs. manual backups, media, the          This module explains how to use new
                                                   Universal Disk Format (UDF), and restoring         capabilities and architecture in Hyper-V,
                                                   data.                                              including integrated management functions
                                                  Backup Infrastructure                              for physical and virtual environments.
                                                  Optical Media                                     Introducing Hyper-V
                                                  Restore Utilities                                 Configuring Hyper-V
                                                  Lab : Backup and Restore System Data              Lab : Configuring Hyper-V
Skills:                                                 Auditing Active Directory
 List the new features of Hyper-V.
 Configure Hyper-V virtual machines.                   Domain Services Changes
                                                         This module explores new auditing features in
Planning for Windows Server                               Active Directory Domain Services and how to set
                                                          up and manage auditing events.
2008 Active Directory Services                           What’s New in AD DS Auditing
 This module explains how to install and configure      Implementing AD DS Change Auditing
    the Active Directory Domain Services (ADDS)          Lab : Using AD DS Auditing
    server role and administering it with Server        Skills:
    Manager. It also explores planning for deploying     Identify new features in AD DS auditing.
    an Active Directory Domain Services                  Implement AD DS auditing.
    infrastructure.
   Planning for AD DS Deployment                       Enterprise PKI Active Directory
   Upgrade Considerations
   Lab : Installing a Windows Server 2008 Forest       Certificate Services (AD CS)
   Lab : Installing Windows Server 2008 in an           This module explains how to set up and manage
    Existing Forest                                       Active Directory Certificate Services using
Skills:                                                   PKIView.
 Plan for a Windows Server 2008 Active Directory        Certificate Authority                                   F1 COMPUTER
  Domain Services deployment.                            Lab : PKI Enhancements in Windows Vista and           TRAINING SERVICES
 Identify considerations when upgrading from a           Windows Server 2008
  Windows Server 2003 to a Windows Server 2008          Skills:
  Active Directory infrastructure.                       List improvements to Certificate Services.                  THE KEY TO A
Active Directory Domain                                 High Availability Features                                   BETTER FUTURE
Services                                                 This module explains how to use failover
 This module explains how to create and manage             clustering and network load balancing.
                                                         Failover Clustering
  accounts, subnets, Site-Links, and Group Policy
                                                         Network Load Balancing                                  for further information…
  with new features in Active Directory Domain
                                                         Lab : High Availability Features
  Services.
 What’s New in AD DS                                   Skills:                                                      call us on
 Manageability and Reliability                          Configure Windows Server 2008 Failover                 0800 169 1890
 Lab : Exploring Active Directory Domain Services        Clustering.
Skills:                                                  Configure Windows Server 2008 Network Load
 Describe new features in AD DS.                         Balancing.
 List manageability and reliability enhancements
                                                        Performance Monitoring and                                  F1 COMPUTING
    in AD DS.                                                                                                        SYSTEMS LTD
                                                        Optimization                                                    3 Kelso Place
Identity and Access Services in                          This module explains how to use Windows Server
                                                                                                                      Upper Bristol Road
Windows Server 2008 Active                                  2008's performance monitoring tools, including
                                                            using Windows System Resource Manager to                   BATH BA1 3AU
Directory                                                   implement server resource controls.
 This module introduces Windows Server 2008's             Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor
    new Active Directory Services: Active Directory        Microsoft Windows System Resource Manager                Fax: 01225 444728
    Federation Services for identity access solution;      Monitoring Events
    Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services        Lab : Performance Monitoring and Optimization         training@f1comp.co.uk
    (replaces Active Directory Account Management       Skills:
    with Windows Server 2003), providing directory       Describe the features of Windows Reliability and
    services for applications; Active Directory Right       Performance Monitor.                                  www.f1comp.co.uk
    Management Services, enabling the creation of        Implement server resource controls using
    information-protection solutions.                       Windows System Resource Manager.
   Active Directory Federation Services                 Describe improvements to Windows Server 2008
   Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services         event monitoring tools.                             LONDON BATH OR ONSITE
   Active Directory Rights Management Services
   Lab : Active Directory Federation Services          Software Maintenance Using
Skills:
 Install and configure Active Directory Federation     Windows Server Update
    Services.                                           Services
 Install and configure Active Directory Lightweight     This module introduces Microsoft Windows
  Directory Services.                                       Server Update Services (WSUS), a tool for
 Install and configure Active Directory Rights             managing and distributing software updates that
  Management Services.
                                                                                                                  PARTICULARS
                                                            resolve known security vulnerabilities and other
                                                            stability issues in Microsoft Windows 2000 and
Read-Only Domain Controllers                                newer operating systems, as well as other
 This module explains how to set up and manage             Microsoft applications. This module also                     Cost:
    a read-only domain controller.                          describes how to install the client and server
 Read-Only Domain Controllers                              components of WSUS. It also provides necessary           £1550 plus VAT
 Read-Only Domain Controller Operation                     information about managing the WSUS
 Lab : Read-Only Domain Controllers                        infrastructure.                                            Platform:
Skills:                                                    Introduction to Windows Server Update Services                Windows
 Describe the Read-Only Domain Controllers role.          Installing and Configuring Windows Server
 Use Read-Only Domain Controllers.                         Update Services                                              Numbers:
                                                           Managing Windows Server Update Services
                                                           Lab : Installing and Configuring Windows Server    Maximum of 6 people on each
                                                            Update Services                                    course at F1’s training facilities
                                                        Skills:                                                     in London and Bath
                                                         Explain Microsoft WSUS
                                                         Install and configure WSUS
                                                         Manage the WSUS infrastructure
                                               Deploying Windows Server
                                               2008
                                               At the end of the course the delegate will be able to complete the following:

                                               Windows Server 2008                                   Using Windows Deployment
COMPUTER TRAINING                              Installation & Configuration                          Services
                                                This module focuses on installation options          This module focuses on using the new WIM
 The key to a better future                        and requirements for Windows Server 2008,           image format and Widows Deployment
                                                   including deploying Windows Server Core. This       Services to create and deploy custom system
                                                   module also covers using KMS and MAK to             images.
                                                   implement a Volume License strategy.               Working with the WIM format
                                                  Improvements in setup from Windows 2003 to         Windows Deployment Services
       WINDOWS                                     Windows Server 2008 and Windows 2008
                                                   Installation Requirements
                                                                                                      Lab: Working with Windows Deployment
                                                                                                       Services
     Course No. 6418                              Windows Server 2008 Server Core installation      Skills:
                                                  Implement a Volume Licensing Strategy using        Create system images using the WIM format.
                                                   KMS and MAK                                        Configure WDS.
             3 Days                               Lab: Install Windows Server 2008                   Create custom system images using WDS.
                                               Skills:
                                                Install Windows Server 2008.                        Windows Server Deployment
                                                Install Windows Server Core 2008.
Target Audience:                                List improvements in Windows Server 2008            (WSD) Solution Accelerator
This course provides students with an              setup.                                             This module introduces the WSD Solution
understanding of migrating and deploying        Plan a Volume Licensing Strategy.                       Accelerator as a tool for low-touch operating
Windows Server 2008 including installation,                                                              system deployment. This module also covers
configuration, and upgrading. It is intended
for IT professionals who are experienced
                                               Windows Server Core 2008                                  creating custom system images for common
                                                                                                         server configurations.
with Windows Server 2000 and Windows           Configuration                                            Introduction to WSD Solution Accelerator
Server 2003, and who hold an MCSE or            This module focuses on Windows Server Core             Creating Custom Windows Server 2008 builds
MCSA or have equivalent knowledge.               2008 configuration. Basic server configuration         Guidance for Zero-Touch deployment using
                                                 including setting the Administrator password            WSD
Pre-requisites:                                  and server TCP/IP configuration are covered in         Lab: Working with WSD
Before attending this course, students must      this module.                                        Skills:
have the following pre-requisites:              Basic Server Core command-line configuration         Create custom system images using WSD.
 On-the-job experience in Microsoft             tasks                                                Use WSD to deploy Windows Server 2008.
  Windows Server 2000 or 2003, including
                                                Configuring the roles available on Server Core
  Active Directory and Network
  Infrastructure.
                                                Lab: Configure Windows Server Core 2008             Upgrading and Migrating
 Working knowledge of networking.             Skills:
 Designed a Microsoft Windows Server           List commands used to configure Server Core.        Active Directory
  2003 Active Directory and Network             Configure Server Core roles.                         This module provides prescriptive guidance
  Infrastructure.                               Deploy common Server Core configurations.               for upgrading and migrating active directory
 Designed Security for a Microsoft                                                                      from Windows Server 2003 to Windows
  Windows Server 2003 Network.                 Windows Server 2008                                       Server 2008. This module also covers
                                                                                                         upgrading specific Active Directory-related
• Experience with Microsoft Windows
  2000, Windows XP, or Microsoft Vista.        Unattended Installation                                   services including DNS, Certificate Services,
                                                This module describes using Unattend files to           IPSec configuration, and GPO objects. This
Purpose:                                           install Windows Server 2008. This module also         module provides best-practices for Active
After completing this course, students will        covers creating a network deployment                  Directory upgrades.
be able to install Windows Server 2008;            infrastructure for unattended installation, and      Windows Server 2008 Upgrade Overview
perform initial configuration tasks for            unattended domain controller installation.           Upgrading Windows Server 2003 Domain
Windows Server 2008; conduct an                   Unattended 2008 Install.                              Controllers to Windows Server 2008 Domain
unattended install of Windows Server 2008;        Unattended deployment infrastructure.                 Controllers
configure Windows Server Core 2008; use           Unattended domain controller installation.           Active Directory Upgrade Best Practices
Windows Deployment Services to deploy             Lab: Deploying Windows Server 2008 Using an          Lab: Upgrading Windows Server 2003 Domain
Windows Server 2008; utilize Windows               Unattend File                                         Controllers to Windows Server 2008 Domain
Server Deployment Solution Accelerator;           Lab: Install Active Directory on Server Core          Controllers
upgrade to Windows Server 2008 from                using an Unattend file                               Lab: Using WSD to deploy an RODC to a
Windows Server 2003; upgrade Active               Lab: Deploy an RODC in a Branch Office Using          branch office.
Directory to Windows Server 2008; upgrade          an Unatted File
Windows Server 2003 File and Print servers                                                           Skills:
to Windows Server 2008; upgrade Windows        Skills:                                                List best practices for Active Directory
Server 2003 Application and Web servers to      Configure Unattend.xml files for Windows                upgrade
Windows Server 2008; upgrade Windows             Server 2008 unattended installation.                 Upgrade a Windows Server 2003 domain
Server 2003 Branch Office servers to            Configure an RODC using Unattend files.                 controller to Windows Server 2008.
Windows Server 2008; implement a Volume                                                               Upgrade a Windows Server 2003 Active
Licensing Strategy using KMS and MAK.                                                                    Directory Forest.
                                                                                                      Use WSD to deploy an RODC to a branch
                                                                                                         office.
Upgrading File and Print
Servers
 This module provides prescriptive guidance for
  upgrading and migrating file and print servers
  from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server
  2008. This module also covers upgrading specific
  file and print-related services including DFS-R,
  scheduled backup jobs, and clustered servers.
  This module provides best-practices for file and
  print server upgrades.
 Upgrading File and Print Servers
 Best practices for upgrading a Windows Server
  2003 File and Print Server to Windows Server
  2008
 Lab: Upgrading a Windows Server 2003 File and
  Print Server to Windows Server 2008
Skills:
 Upgrade a Windows Server 2003 print server to
    Windows Server 2008.                                 F1 COMPUTER
 Upgrade a Windows Server 2003 file server to         TRAINING SERVICES
    Windows Server 2008.
 List best practices for upgrading a Windows
    Server 2003 file and print server.
                                                             THE KEY TO A
Upgrading Application and                                   BETTER FUTURE
Web Servers
 This module provides prescriptive guidance for
    upgrading and migrating application and web          for further information…
    servers from Windows Server 2003 to Windows
    Server 2008. This module also covers upgrading
    specific application and web-related services
                                                            call us on
    including WebDAV, .NET frameworks and
    applications, Terminal Server, and Windows
                                                        0800 169 1890
    SharePoint Services. This module provides best-
    practices for application and web server


    upgrades.
    Upgrading Application and Web Servers
                                                           F1 COMPUTING
   Best practices for upgrading a Windows Server           SYSTEMS LTD
    2003 Application and Web Server to Windows                 3 Kelso Place
    Server 2008                                              Upper Bristol Road
   Lab: Upgrading a Windows Server 2003 Web
    Server to Windows Server 2008 and IIS7                    BATH BA1 3AU
   Lab: Upgrading a Windows Server 2003 Terminal
    Server to Windows Server 2008                           Fax: 01225 444728
Skills:
 Upgrade a Windows Server 2003 application and
    web Server to Windows Server 2008.                   training@f1comp.co.uk
 List best practices for upgrading a Windows
    Server 2003 application and web servers.             www.f1comp.co.uk
Upgrading Branch Office
Servers                                                LONDON BATH OR ONSITE
 This module provides prescriptive guidance for
  upgrading and migrating branch office servers
  from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server
  2008. This module also covers implementing
  common branch office roles including RODC and
  BitLocker. This module provides best-practices
  for branch office server upgrades.
 Migrating or Upgrading a Windows Server 2003
  branch office server to Windows Server 2008
 Low-Touch branch office server deployment
 Lab: Upgrading a Windows Server 2003 branch
  office server to Windows Server 2008
                                                         PARTICULARS
Skills:                                                         Cost:
 Upgrade branch office servers to Windows
    Server 2008.                                            £1050 plus VAT
 List best practices for upgrading a Windows
    Server 2003 branch office server.                         Platform:
                                                                 Windows
                                                                Numbers:
                                                      Maximum of 6 people on each
                                                      course at F1’s training facilities
                                                           in London and Bath
                                                  Configuring and Troubleshooting
                                                  Internet Information Services in
                                                  Windows Server 2008
COMPUTER TRAINING                                 At the end of the course the delegate will be able to complete the following:
 The key to a better future
                                                  Configuring an IIS 7.0 Web                              Configure a Web Server to host multiple Web
                                                                                                           applications with separate application pools
                                                  Server                                                   using ASP.NET.
                                                   The students will be introduced to the process        Configure ASP.NET security.
        WINDOWS                                       of installing a Web Server and configuring IIS
                                                      features such as application development;          Configuring IIS 7.0 Modules
                                                      health and diagnostics; HTTP features and           The students will be introduced to configuring
     Course No. 6427                                  more.                                                  IIS modules.
                                                     Introducing Internet Information Services 7.0       Configuring Native Modules
              3 Days                                 Installing the Web Server Role in Windows           Configuring Managed Modules
                                                      Server 2008                                         Lab: Configuring IIS 7.0 Modules
                                                     Configuring Application Development, Health,       Skills:
                                                      and HTTP Features                                   Configure native modules.
Target Audience:                                     Configuring Performance, Security, and Server       Configure managed modules.
This course introduces students to install,
                                                      component Features                                  Edit managed and native modules.
configure, maintain, and troubleshoot an             Lab: Configuring an IIS 7.0 Web Server
Internet Information Services 7.0 Web
Server in Windows Server 2008. It is
                                                  Skills:
                                                   Describe the IIS 7.0 modular architecture.
                                                                                                         Securing the IIS 7.0 Web
intended for individuals who want to               Describe the IIS 7.0 workloads.                      Server and Web Sites
become a Web Server Administrator in an            Describe the three methods for installing IIS         The students will be introduced to configuring
enterprise environment.                             7.0.                                                     a secure Web Server and Web sites and to
                                                   Install IIS 7.0 using each of the three identified       using logging as a tool for monitoring security.
Pre-requisites:                                     methods.                                                Configuring Secure Web Sites and Servers
Before attending this course, students must        Configure common features for IIS 7.0.                  Configure Other Aspects of Web Server
have the following pre-requisites:                 Validate functionality of configured features.           Security
• Completed Course 6420 Foundational                                                                        Configuring Logging for IIS 7.0
  Series: Fundamentals of a Windows               Configuring IIS 7.0 Web Sites                             Lab: Securing IIS 7.0 Web Server and Web
  Server 2008 Network Infrastructure and                                                                     Sites
  Application Platform.                           and Application Pools                                  Skills:
• A minimum of one year of experience              The students will be introduced to creating and         Configure a secure Web Server.
  administering and supporting a Web                  managing Web sites and application pools.             Configure authorization for IIS Web Server.
  Server role using Windows Server 2003.             Introducing Web Sites and Application Pools           Configure authentication for IIS Web Server.
• Network + certification.                           Creating a Web Site                                   Configure access for IIS Web Server.
                                                     Creating an Application Pool                          Configure a secure Web site.
Purpose:                                             Maintaining an Application Pool                       Configure logging for IIS 7.0.
After completing this course, students will          Lab: Configuring IIS 7.0 Web Sites and
be able to describe the IIS 7.0 modular               Application Pools
architecture; describe the IIS 7.0 workloads;
                                                  Skills:
                                                                                                         Configuring Delegation and
describe the three methods for installing IIS
                                                   Describe how the application pool is used.           Remote Administration
7.0; install IIS 7.0 using each of the three
identified methods; configure common               Describe authentication types used in IIS 7.0.        The students will be introduced to assigning
features for IIS 7.0; validate functionality of    Configure the authentication types for Web               rights to Web site users and configuring users
configured features.                                sites and application pools.                             to serve as remote administrators of a server
                                                   Create a Web site and a corresponding virtual            and its corresponding Web sites.
                                                    directory.                                              Configuring Remote Administration
                                                   Create a new application pool.                          Configuring Delegated Administration
                                                   Configure an existing application pool.                 Configuring Feature Delegation
                                                                                                            Lab: Configuring Delegation and Remote
                                                  Configuring IIS 7.0                                        Administration
                                                                                                         Skills:
                                                  Application Settings                                    Describe remote administration service.
                                                   The students will be introduced configuring           Configure remote administration.
                                                    application settings using ASP.NET.                   Describe the new distributed, configuration
                                                   Configuring Application Settings                         system, applicationHost.config.
                                                   Configuring ASP.NET Security                          Describe how configuration files are
                                                   Lab: Configuring IIS 7.0 Application Settings          distributed down to the application level
                                                  Skills:                                                  Web.config for IIS settings.
                                                   Describe ASP.NET application development              Configure delegated administrative rights to a
                                                      settings.                                            Web site.
                                                   Configure ASP.NET.                                    Configure feature delegation for a specific
                                                   Configure ASP.NET Web application                      Web site.
                                                      development settings.
Using Command-line and                                  Skills:
                                                         Audit logs to troubleshoot IIS.
Scripting for IIS 7.0                                    Troubleshoot authentication based on common
Administration                                             error messages.
 The students will learn basic scripting methods        Troubleshoot authorization types for IIS 7.0.
    for completing IIS 7.0 administrative tasks          Troubleshoot communication when managing a
    needed to maintain Web sites and Web servers.          Web Server.
   Tools for Running Administrative Tasks in IIS        Troubleshoot configuration based on common
   Executing Scripts for Administrative Tasks             error messages.
   Managing IIS Task
   Lab: Using Command-line and Scripting for IIS 7.0
    Administration
Skills:
 Maintain Web servers with command line tools.
 Identify when and how to run scripts using
    PowerShell.
 Identify when and how to run scripts using the
    Microsoft Web Administration Provider.
 Identify when and how to run scripts using                                                                 F1 COMPUTER
    command-line.
   Execute an IIS script using PowerShell.                                                                TRAINING SERVICES
   Execute an IIS script using Microsoft Web
    Administration Provider.
   Execute an IIS script using command-line.                                                                    THE KEY TO A
   Automate IIS administration tasks using scripts.                                                            BETTER FUTURE
   Navigate IIS tasks using WMI Provider and
    appcmd.exe.

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   Configuring Options to Improve IIS Performance
   Managing Application Pools to Improve IIS
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Skills:                                                                                                            3 Kelso Place
 Describe best practices for improving                                                                          Upper Bristol Road
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 Configure options to improve IIS performance.                                                                   BATH BA1 3AU
 Manage application pools to improve IIS
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Ensuring Web Site Availability
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 The students will learn to ensure Web site
    availability in a Web farm topology.                                                                     www.f1comp.co.uk
   Backing Up and Restoring Web Sites
   Working with Shared Configurations
   Configuring Network Load Balancing for IIS
   Lab: Ensuring Web Site Availability with Web                                                           LONDON BATH OR ONSITE
    Farms
Skills:
   Back up an IIS 7.0 Web site.
   Restore an IIS 7.0 Web site.
   Enable shared configurations.
   Ensure Web site availability using Network Load
    Balancing.

Troubleshooting IIS 7.0 Web
Servers                                                                                                      PARTICULARS
 The students will learn to use audit logs to
    troubleshoot common Web Server related                                                                          Cost:
    authentication, authorization, communication,
    and configuration error messages.                                                                           £1050 plus VAT
   Using IIS 7.0 Logging for Troubleshooting
   Troubleshooting Authentication                                                                                Platform:
   Troubleshooting Authorization                                                                                    Windows
   Troubleshooting Communication
   Troubleshooting Configuration                                                                                   Numbers:
   Lab: Troubleshooting IIS 7.0 Web Servers                                                              Maximum of 6 people on each
                                                                                                          course at F1’s training facilities
                                                                                                               in London and Bath
                                                 Configuring and Troubleshooting
                                                 Windows Server 2008 Terminal
                                                 Services
COMPUTER TRAINING                                At the end of the course the delegate will be able to complete the following:
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                                                 Configuring Terminal Services                        Configuring Terminal
                                                 Core Functionality                                   Services Resources
                                                  This module explains how to install TS and
                                                                                                       This module explains how to configure TS Easy
        WINDOWS                                      configure core functionality.
                                                  Configuring TS Role                                    Print and TS RemoteApp.
                                                  Configuring TS Settings                               Installing Applications
     Course No. 6428                              Lab: Configuring TS Core Functionality                Configuring Remote Applications
                                                                                                         Configuring Printers
                                                 Skills:                                                 Lab: Configuring TS Resources
              2 Days                              Install and configure the TS role.
                                                  Configure TS settings.                             Skills:
                                                                                                       Identify the considerations for the types of
                                                 Configuring and Managing                               applications that can be installed in a TS
                                                                                                        environment.
Target Audience:
This course provides students with the
                                                 Terminal Services Licensing                           Install applications in a TS environment.
knowledge and skills to configure, manage,        This module explains how to configure and           Configure TS Web Access to make TS
monitor, and troubleshoot a Terminal                 manage TS Licensing.                               RemoteApp programs available through a
Services (TS) environment. It is intended for     Configuring TS Licensing                             Web site.
Technology Specialists in an enterprise           Managing TS Licenses                                Configure TS Easy Print.
environment.                                      Lab: Configuring and Managing TS Licensing
                                                 Skills:                                              Configuring Terminal
Pre-requisites:                                   Identify the appropriate licensing scope.          Services Web Access
Before attending this course, students must       Configure the license server scope: forest,         This module explains how to configure TS
have the following pre-requisites:                   domain, and workgroup licensing.                     Web Access.
• Completion of Course 6420.                        Identify when to use the per-user and per-        Installing the TS Web Access Role Service
• Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server                device licensing modes.                           Lab: Configuring TS Web Access
  experience in an enterprise environment.          Install the TS Licensing Role.
• Experience administering and supporting           Configure TS licensing for per-user licenses.    Skills:
  TS.                                               Identify considerations when configuring TS       Install the TS Web Access role service.
• Experience administering and supporting            licensing for per-device licenses.                Configure TS Web Access.
  Windows Server 2003.                              Manage the licensing lifecycle.                   Configure TS RemoteApp programs for TS
• Experience administering certificate                                                                    Web Access.
  services.
• Network + certification.
                                                 Configuring and                                      Configuring Session Broker
                                                 Troubleshooting Terminal                              This module explains how to configure TS
Purpose:                                         Services Connections                                     Session Broker.
                                                                                                       Configuring a TS Session Broker for a Load-
After completing this course, students will
be able to configure TS settings; identify the
                                                  This module explains how to configure and              Balanced Farm
                                                     troubleshoot connection properties using TS.
appropriate licensing scope and configure
                                                    Configuring TS Connection Properties              Lab: Configuring a Session Broker
licensing; identify when to use licensing
modes; configure TS licensing for per-user          Configuring TS Properties Using Group Policy     Skills:
and device licenses; manage the licensing           Troubleshooting TS                                Configure a TS session broker for a load-
lifecycle; configure TS connection                  Lab: Configuring and Troubleshooting TS              balanced TS farm.
properties; troubleshoot TS connection               Connections
properties; identify the considerations for      Skills:                                              Configuring and
types of applications; install applications on    Configure TS connection properties using the       Troubleshooting Terminal
TS; configure TS Web Access; configure TS            TS console.
Easy Print; install and configure TS Web
                                                  Configure TS properties using Group Policy.        Services Gateway
Access role service; configure a TS session
                                                  Troubleshoot TS connection properties for a         This module explains how to configure and
broker for a load-balanced TS farm;
                                                   single-user.                                           troubleshoot TS Gateway.
configure TS Gateway properties; monitor
                                                  Troubleshoot TS connection properties for           Configuring TS Gateway
active connections; troubleshoot a TS
Gateway; manage TS connections; resolve            multiple- users.                                    Troubleshooting TS Gateway Connectivity
client connectivity issues using Remote
                                                                                                          Issues
Desktop Connection (RDC); monitor TS                                                                   Lab: Configuring and Troubleshooting TS
connections; identify monitoring methods;                                                                 Gateway
configure resource allocation policies using                                                          Skills:
WSRM based on the environment; monitor                                                                 Define when to use TS Gateway.
WSRM performance using the WSRM                                                                        Configure TS Gateway properties.
Monitoring TS tool.                                                                                    Monitor active connections using TS Gateway
                                                                                                          console.
                                                                                                       Troubleshoot a TS Gateway connectivity issue.
Managing and Monitoring
Terminal Services
 This module explains how to manage and
    monitor TS connections post installation and
    configuration. The students will also be
    introduced to configuring WSRM for TS.
   Managing Current TS Connections
   Monitoring TS Connections
   Configuring WSRM for TS
   Lab: Managing and Monitoring TS
Skills:
 Manage TS connections to ensure availability of
    the TS.
 Resolve client connectivity issues by verifying
    end-user configuration using RDC.
 Monitor TS connections to determine when to
    force client disconnect.
 Identify monitoring methods for TS role specific
    instances.                                          F1 COMPUTER
 Configure resource allocation policies using        TRAINING SERVICES
    WSRM based on the environment.
 Monitor WSRM performance using the WSRM
    Monitoring TS tool.
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                                                        PARTICULARS
                                                                Cost:
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                                                              Platform:
                                                                Windows
                                                               Numbers:
                                                     Maximum of 6 people on each
                                                     course at F1’s training facilities
                                                          in London and Bath
                                                Installing and Configuring
                                                the Windows Vista Operating
                                                System
COMPUTER TRAINING                               At the end of the course the delegate will be able to complete the following:
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                                                Installing Windows Vista                             Skills:
                                                 This module describes the new features of the       Share data with others.
                                                    Windows Vista operating system and then           Manage Windows Vista files.
                                                    explains how to perform a clean installation.
        WINDOWS                                     This module also explains how to install and     Configuring Advanced
                                                
                                                    configure Windows Vista device drivers.          Networking
     Course No. 5115                            
                                                    Introduction to Windows Vista
                                                    Performing a Clean Installation of Windows        This module explains how to connect
                                                    Vista                                              Windows Vista to a network and also explains
             3 Days                                Installing and Configuring Windows Vista
                                                    Device Drivers
                                                                                                       how to configure and troubleshooting the
                                                                                                       Remote Access features of Windows Vista.
                                                   Lab: Installing Windows Vista                     Configuring Network Connectivity
                                                                                                      Configuring Remote Access
Target Audience:
                                                Skills:                                               Lab: Configuring Advanced Networking
                                                 Describe the Windows Vista operating system.       Skills:
This course provides students with the           Perform a clean installation of Windows Vista.      Configure network connectivity.
knowledge and skills to install and configure
Windows Vista desktops. It is designed for
                                                 Install and configure Windows Vista device          Configure Remote Access.
IT Professionals wishing to become
                                                    drivers.
technology specialists.
                                                Upgrading and Migrating to                           Configuring User Account
Pre-requisites:                                 Windows Vista Ultimate                               Security
Before attending this course, students must                                                           This module explains how to configure and
have the following pre-requisites:              Edition                                                troubleshoot User Account Control in
• Familiarity with PC hardware and devices.      This module explains how to upgrade and              Windows Vista.
• Basic TCP/IP knowledge.                         migrate to Windows Vista Ultimate edition           Configuring User Account Control
• Basic Windows and Active Directory              from previous versions of Windows and from          Troubleshooting User Account Control
  knowledge.                                      other Windows Vista editions.                       Lab: Configuring User Account Security
• Experience with mapping network file           Upgrading and Migrating to Windows Vista           Skills:
  shares.                                         from a Previous Version of Windows                  Configure Windows Vista User Account
• Experience with running commands from          Upgrading Between Windows Vista Editions              Control.
  a command window.                              Lab: Upgrading and Migrating to Windows             Troubleshoot User Account Control.
• Experience with reviewing BIOS settings.        Vista Ultimate Edition
• It is recommended, but not required, that     Skills:                                              Configuring Network
  students have completed First Look Clinic      Upgrade or migrate to Windows Vista from a
  5056 and Hands-on-Lab 5057.                       previous version of Windows.                     Security
                                                 Upgrade or migrate between Windows Vista            This module explains how to configure the
Purpose:                                            editions.                                          Windows Defender and Windows Firewall
After completing this course, students will                                                            applications in Windows Vista.
be able to install Windows Vista; upgrade to    Configuring Post-Installation                         Configuring Windows Defender in Windows
Windows Vista Ultimate Edition; configure                                                              Vista
post-installation system settings; configure    System Settings                                       Configuring Windows Vista Firewall Settings
basic networking; configure advanced             This module explains how to configure the           Lab: Configuring Network Security
networking; configure user account security;        Windows Aero Experience and the Accessibility    Skills:
configure network security; configure
Internet Explorer 7.0.
                                                    features of Windows Vista. This module also       Configure Windows Defender in Windows
                                                    explains how to configure Parental Controls.        Vista.
                                                   Configuring the Windows Aero Experience           Configure the Windows Firewall settings.
                                                   Configuring Accessibility Features
                                                   Configuring Parental Controls                    Configuring Internet Explorer
                                                   Lab: Configuring Post-Installation Options
                                                Skills:                                              7.0
                                                 Configure the Windows Aero experience.              This module explains how to configure the
                                                 Configure the accessibility features of              Internet Explorer 7.0 options and explains
                                                  Windows Vista.                                       how to configure the dynamic security
                                                 Configure Windows Vista Parental Controls.           settings.
                                                                                                      Configuring Internet Explorer 7.0
                                                Sharing Files by Using                                Configuring Dynamic Security for Internet
                                                                                                       Explorer 7.0
                                                Windows Vista                                         Lab: Configuring Internet Explorer 7.0
                                                 This module explains how to use Windows            Skills:
                                                  Vista to share files with others and also           Configure Internet Explorer 7.0.
                                                  describes how to manage the various file types      Configure dynamic security for Internet
                                                  that Windows Vista supports.                          Explorer 7.0.
                                                 Sharing Data with Others
                                                 Managing Windows Vista Files
                                                 Lab: Sharing Files by Using Windows Vista
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   PARTICULARS
          Cost:
      £1050 plus VAT
        Platform:
           Windows
          Numbers:
Maximum of 6 people on each
course at F1’s training facilities
     in London and Bath
                                              Configuring Windows Vista
                                              Mobile Computing and
                                              Applications
COMPUTER TRAINING                             At the end of the course the delegate will be able to complete the following:
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                                              Maintaining and Optimizing                           Configuring Mobile
                                              Windows Vista Systems                                Computers
                                               This module explains how to use the
                                                                                                    This module explains how to configure the
        WINDOWS                                   performance tools and diagnostics tools to
                                                  maintain and optimize Windows Vista systems.        settings in Windows Vista specifically for
                                                  This module also explains how to configure          mobile computers, and also explains how to
     Course No. 5116                              Windows Update.                                     configure power management.
                                                 Maintaining Performance by Using Windows           Configuring Mobile Computer Settings
                                                                                                     Configuring Mobile Devices
             2 Days                           
                                                  Vista Performance Tools
                                                  Optimizing Windows by Using Windows Vista          Configuring Power Options
                                                  Diagnostics Tools                                  Lab: Configuring Mobile Computers
                                                 Configuring the Windows Update Tool              Skills:
Target Audience:                                 Lab: Maintaining and Optimizing Windows           Configure mobile computer settings.
This course provides students with the
                                                  Vista                                             Configure mobile devices.
knowledge and skills to successfully          Skills:                                               Configure power options.
configure mobile computers and                 Maintain performance by using Windows Vista
applications that run Windows Vista. It is        performance tools.                               Configuring Tablet PC
intended for IT Professionals wishing to       Optimize reliability by using Windows Vista        Settings
become technology specialists.                    diagnostic tools.
                                               Configure the Windows Update tool.                  This module explains how to configure the
Pre-requisites:                                                                                      options in Windows Vista specifically for a
                                                                                                     Tablet PC.
Before attending this course, students must
have the following pre-requisites:
                                              Configuring Windows Vista                             Configuring Windows Vista Tablet PC Settings
• Completed 5115: Installing and              Media Applications                                    Configuring Pen and Input Devices
  Configuring the Windows Vista Operating      This module explains how to configure the           Lab: Configuring a Windows Vista Tablet PC
  System, or have equivalent knowledge          Windows Media Player and the Windows               Skills:
  and skills.                                   Media Center.                                       Configure Windows Vista Tablet PC settings.
• Familiarity with PC hardware and devices.    Configuring Windows Vista Media Player              Configure Pen and Input Devices.
• Basic TCP/IP knowledge.                      Configuring Windows Media Center
• Basic Windows and Active Directory           Lab: Configuring and Troubleshooting               Networking Mobile
  knowledge.                                    Windows Vista Media Applications
• Experience with mapping network file        Skills:
                                                                                                   Computers
                                                                                                    This module explains how to configure
  shares.                                      Configure Windows Vista Media Player.                 wireless networking and how to use Windows
• Experience with running commands from        Configure Windows Media Center.                       Vista tools to use offline files.
  a command window.
• Experience with reviewing BIOS settings.                                                           Networking Without Wires
• It is recommended, but not required, that
                                              Configuring Windows Vista                              Connecting to a Wireless Network
  students have completed First Look Clinic   Productivity Applications                              Working with Offline Files
  5056 and Hands-on-Lab 5057.                  This module explains how to configure the            Lab: Networking Mobile Computers
                                                  productivity tools included with every edition   Skills:
Purpose:                                          of Windows Vista.                                 Configure networks without wires.
After completing this course, students will      Configuring Windows Sidebar                       Configure a connection to a wireless network.
be able to maintain and optimize Windows         Configuring Windows Mail                          Configure Offline Files.
Vista systems; configure Windows Vista           Configuring Windows Meeting Space
Media Applications; configure Windows            Configuring Windows Calendar
Vista Productivity Applications.                 Configuring Windows Fax and Scan
                                                 Lab: Configuring Windows Vista Productivity
                                                  Applications
                                              Skills:
                                               Configure Windows Sidebar.
                                               Configure Windows Mail.
                                               Configure Windows Meeting Space.
                                               Configure Windows Calendar.
                                               Configure Windows Fax and Scan.
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         Platform:
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          Numbers:
Maximum of 6 people on each
course at F1’s training facilities
     in London and Bath
                                                Designing a Windows Server
                                                2008 Network Infrastructure
                                                At the end of the course the delegate will be able to complete the following:

                                                Overview of Network                                  Skills:
                                                                                                      Prepare for designing a network routing
COMPUTER TRAINING                               Infrastructure Design                                    topology.
                                                 This module describes the key components of           Design the placement of routers.
 The key to a better future                         network infrastructure design.                      Design a perimeter network.
                                                 Preparing for Network Infrastructure Design           Design routing communications.
                                                 Designing the Network Topology                        Evaluate network performance.
                                                 Designing Network Infrastructure for
                                                    Virtualization                                   Designing Security for
        WINDOWS                                  Designing a Change Management Structure for
                                                    a Network                                        Internal Networks
     Course No. 6435                             Lab: Designing Network Infrastructure in            This module explains the internal
                                                    Windows Server 2008                                  considerations for network security and how
                                                Skills:                                                  they can be addressed.
             5 Days                              Describe the network infrastructure design.        
                                                                                                     
                                                                                                         Designing Windows Firewall Implementation
                                                 Design the network topology.                           Overview of IPSec
                                                 Design network infrastructure for                     Designing IPSec Implementation
                                                    virtualization.                                     Lab: Designing a Secure Internal Network
Target Audience:
This course will provide students with an
                                                 Design a change management structure for a         Skills:
understanding of how to design a Windows            network.                                          Describe how Windows Firewall can be used
Server 2008 Network Infrastructure that                                                                  to secure networks
meets business and technical requirements       Designing Network Security                            Describe how IPSec can be used to secure
for network services. It is intended for IT      This module explains how to design a secure            networks.
professionals interested in becoming a              network.                                          Design an IPSEc implementation.
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise                     Overview of Network Security Design
Administrator using network solutions.             Creating a Network Security Plan                 Designing Name Resolution
                                                   Identifying Threats to Network Security           This module explains how to design an
Pre-requisites:                                    Analyzing Security Risks                             appropriate name resolution system that
Before attending this course, students must
                                                   Defense-in-Depth Model Overview                      incorporates DNS.
have the following prerequisites:
 Active Directory Technology Specialist
                                                   Lab: Designing a Network Security Plan              Collecting Information for a Name Resolution
  level skills and concepts.                    Skills:                                                  Design
 Network Infrastructure Technology              Describe the security design process.                 Designing a DNS Server Strategy
  Specialist level skills and experience.        Describe the components of a security plan.           Designing a DNS Namespace
 Applications Infrastructure Technology         Describe how to identify threats.                     Designing DNS Zone Implementation
  Specialist level skills and experience.        Describe how to assess risk.                          Designing Zone Replication and Delegation
 Windows Vista Technology Specialist level      Describe the defense-in-depth model.                  Lab: Designing a Name Resolution Strategy in
  skills and experience.                                                                                 Windows Server 2008
 Intermediate understanding of                 Designing IP Addressing                              Skills:
  networking concepts.                           This module describes how to design a plan for      Determine the information required to plan
 Intermediate understanding of security            allocating IP addresses to workstations and          name resolution.
  best practices.
                                                    servers.                                            Describe how to design a DNS server strategy.
 Intermediate understanding of server and
                                                   Designing an IPv4 Addressing Scheme                 Describe how to design a DNS namespace
  network hardware.
                                                   Designing an IPv6 Addressing Scheme                 Describe how to design a DNS zone strategy.
Purpose:                                           Designing DHCP Implementation                       Describe how to design a DNS zone replication
After completing this course, students will        Designing DHCP Configuration Options                 strategy.
be able to describe key components of              Lab: Designing IP Addressing in Windows
network infrastructure design; describe how         Server 2008                                      Designing Advanced Name
to design a secure network; design a plan       Skills:                                              Resolution
for allocating IP addresses; design a network    Describe how to integrate IPv4 and IPv6.            This module explains an appropriate name
topology; describe the internal                  Describe how to allocate IPv4 and IPv6                 resolution system that incorporates DNS and
considerations for network security; design
                                                  addresses.                                             WINS.
an appropriate name resolution system that
                                                 Describe how to implement DHCP placement.             Optimizing DNS Queries
incorporates Domain Name System (DNS);
optimize a name resolution system that
                                                 Describe how to determine DHCP options                Designing DNS for High Availability
incorporates DNS and Windows Internet                                                                   Designing a WINS Name Resolution Strategy
Name Service (WINS); design a solution for      Designing Routing and                                   Lab: Designing a Name Resolution Strategy in
network access; design a Network Access
Protection (NAP) solution; design a solution
                                                Switching                                                Windows Server 2008
                                                 This module explains how to design a network       Skills:
for operating system deployment and
                                                    topology.                                         Optimize DNS resolution.
maintenance; design the deployment of file
                                                   Preparing for Designing a Network Routing         Design DNS for high availability.
services; design print services in Windows
Server 2008; design high availability for           Topology                                          Design a WINS Name resolution strategy.
applications and services..                        Selecting Network Devices
                                                   Designing Internet Connectivity and Perimeter
                                                    Networks
                                                   Designing Routing Communications
                                                   Evaluating Network Performance
                                                   Lab: Designing a Network Routing Topology
Planning and Deploying the                            Designing High Availability in
Application Virtualization                            Windows Server 2008
Management System                                      This module explains how to design high
                                                          availability for applications and services.
 This module explains how to design a solution for    Overview of High Availability
    network access.                                    Designing Network Load Balancing for High
   Gathering Data for Designing Network Access           Availability
    Solutions                                          Designing Failover Clustering for High Availability
   Securing and Controlling Network Access            Designing Geographically Dispersed Failover
   Designing Remote Access Services                      Clusters
   Designing RADIUS Authentication with Network       Lab: Designing High Availability in Windows
    Policy Services                                       Server 2008
   Designing Wireless Access
   Lab: Designing a Network Access Solution          Skills:
Skills:                                                Describe the need for high availability.
                                                       Describe how to design Network Load Balancing
 Describe how to gather data for designing               for high availability
    network access solutions.                          Describe how to design Failover Clustering for
   Describe how to secure and control network            high availability
    access.                                            Describe how to design geographically dispersed
   Describe how to design remote access services.        failover clustering.
   Describe how to design a RADIUS solution.
   Describe how to design wireless access.
                                                      Designing Print Services in
Designing Network Access                              Windows Server 2008
Protection                                             This module explains how to design print services
                                                          in Windows Server 2008.
 This module explains how to design a NAP               Overview of a Print Services Design
    solution.                                            Windows Server 2008 Printing Features
 Designing the NAP Platform Architecture                Designing Print Services
 NAP Architecture                                       Lab: Designing Shared Resources in Windows
 NAP Enforcement                                         Server 2008
 Designing NAP Policy
 Designing NAP Enforcement and Remediation           Skills:
 Lab: Designing Network Access Protection             Describe the print services design.
Skills:                                                Describe Windows Server 2008 printing features.
                                                       Design print services.
 Describe how to design the NAP platform
    architecture.
 Describe NPS design for NAP.
 Describe how to design NAP enforcement point
    and client component requirements.
 Describe IPSec based NAP.
Designing Operating System
Deployment and Maintenance
 This module explains how to design a solution for
    operating system deployment and maintenance.
 Determining Operating System Deployment
    Requirements
 Deploying an Operating System by Using WDS
 Planning for the Creation and Modification of
    Images
 Designing Multicast Transmission of Images
 Lab: Designing Operating System Deployment
    and Maintenance
Skills:
 Determine operating system deployment
    requirements
 Describe operating system deployment using
    Windows Deployment Services.
 Plan the creation and modification of images.
 Design multicast transmission of images.
Designing File Services and
DFS in Windows Server 2008
 This module explains how to design the
    deployment of file services and DFS.
   Designing File Services
   Designing DFS
   Designing the FSRM Configuration
   Lab: Designing File Services and DFS in Windows
    Server 2008
Skills:
 Describe the design of file services.
 Describe the design of Distributed File System
    (DFS).
 Describe the design of File Server Resource
    Manager (FSRM).
                                              Designing a Windows Server
                                              2008 Active Directory
                                              Infrastructure and Services
COMPUTER TRAINING                             At the end of the course the delegate will be able to complete the following:
 The key to a better future
                                              Designing an Active Directory                        Designing Active Directory
                                              Forest Infrastructure in                             Domain Administrative
                                              Windows Server 2008                                  Structures in Windows
        WINDOWS                                This module explains how to design an Active       Server 2008
                                                  Directory forest based on business and
                                                                                                    This module explains how to design Active
     Course No. 6436                          
                                                  technical requirements.
                                                  Determining Active Directory Forest Design           Directory domain administrative structures in
                                                  Requirements                                         Windows Server 2008.
             5 Days                              Designing an Active Directory Forest                Planning an Active Directory Domain
                                                                                                       Administrative Structure
                                                 Designing Active Directory Forest Trusts
                                                 Managing the Active Directory Schema                Designing Organizational Unit Structures
                                                 Understanding Windows Time Service                  Designing an Active Directory Group Strategy
Target Audience:
                                                 Lab : Designing an Active Directory Forest          Planning for User and Computer Account
This course will provide students with an
                                                  Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008                Management
understanding of how to how to design an                                                              Lab: Designing AD DS Administrative
Active Directory Infrastructure in Windows    Skills:                                                  Structures in Windows Server 2008
Server 2008. It is intended for Windows        Determine Active Directory Forest Design           Skills:
Server 2008 IT professionals who want to          Requirements.
become Windows Server 2008 enterprise            Design an Active Directory Forest.                Plan an Active Directory domain
administrators and move into the role of         Design Active Directory Forest Trusts.               administrative structure
designing Active Directory Domain Services       Manage the Active Directory Schema.               Design organizational unit structures
(AD DS) environments.                            Understand Windows Time Service.                  Design an Active Directory group strategy
                                                                                                    Plan for User and Computer Account
Pre-requisites:                                                                                        management
Before attending this course, students must
                                              Designing an Active Directory
have the following prerequisites:
 Completion of Microsoft Certified
                                              Domain Infrastructure in                             Designing Active Directory
  Technology Specialist (MCTS) Windows        Windows Server 2008                                  Group Policy in Windows
  Server 2008 curriculum or equivalent         This module explains how to design an Active       Server 2008
  knowledge and skills.                           Directory domain infrastructure based on
 Knowledge of Windows Vista Terminal             business and technical requirements.              This module explains how to design Active
  Services or Deployment Terminal                Designing Active Directory Domains                   Directory Group Policies in Windows Server
  Services.                                      Designing the Integration of DNS Namespaces          2008.
                                                 Designing the Placement of Domain                   Gathering Information for Group Policy
Purpose:                                          Controllers                                          Deployment
After completing this course, students will
                                                 Designing Active Directory Domain Trusts            Designing Group Policy Settings
be able to design an Active Directory
                                                 Lab: Designing an Active Directory Domain           Designing Group Policy Processing
infrastructure and services in Windows
                                                  Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008               Designing Group Policy Management
Server 2008.                                                                                          Lab: Designing Active Directory Administrative
                                              Skills:                                                  Structures in Windows Server 2008
                                               Design Active Directory domains                    Skills:
                                               Design the integration of DNS namespaces
                                               Design the placement of domain controllers          Gather information for designing the Group
                                               Design Active Directory domain trusts                  Policy deployment.
                                                                                                    Design Group Policy settings
                                              Designing Active Directory                            Design Group Policy processing
                                                                                                    Design Group Policy management
                                              Sites and Replication in
                                              Windows Server 2008                                  Designing AD DS Security in
                                               This module explains how to design Active          Windows Server 2008
                                                  Directory sites and replication roles.            This module explains how to design AD DS
                                               Designing Active Directory Sites                       security in Windows Server 2008.
                                               Designing AD DS Replication                         Designing Active Directory Security Policies
                                               Designing the Placement of Domain                   Designing Active Directory Domain Controller
                                                  Controllers in AD DS Sites                           Security
                                               Lab: Designing AD DS Sites and Replication in       Designing Administrator Security and
                                                  Windows Server 2008                                  Delegation
                                              Skills:                                               Lab: Designing AD DS Security in Windows
                                               Design Active Directory sites                          Server 2008
                                               Design Active Directory replication                Skills:
                                               Design the placement of domain controllers in       Design Active Directory security policies
                                                  Active Directory sites                            Design Active Directory domain controller
                                                                                                       security
                                                                                                    Design administrator security and delegation
Designing Active Directory                              Designing an Active Directory
High Availability in Windows                            Federation Services
Server 2008                                             Implementation in Windows
 This module explains how to design Active             Server 2008
  Directory high availability and disaster recovery
  in Windows Server 2008.                                This module explains how to design an Active
 Understanding AD DS High Availability                     Directory Federation Services (AD FS)
 Designing an AD DS High Availability Strategy             implementation.
 Lab: Designing AD DS Availability in Windows             Overview of an Active Directory Federation
  Server 2008                                               Services Design
                                                           Designing a Business-to-Business Federation
Skills:                                                    Designing Active Directory Federation Services
 Understand AD DS high availability                        Claims and Applications
 Design an AD DS high availability strategy               Lab: Designing an Active Directory Federation
                                                            Services Implementation in Windows Server
Designing AD DS Disaster                                    2008
Recovery in Windows Server                              Skills:
                                                         Describe an AD FS design.                              F1 COMPUTER
2008                                                     Design a business-to-business federation.
 This module explains how to design AD DS               Design AD FS claims and applications.                TRAINING SERVICES
    disaster recovery in Windows Server 2008.
 Designing an Active Directory Database                Designing an AD LDS
  Maintenance Strategy
 Designing an Active Directory Backup and              Implementation                                               THE KEY TO A
  Recovery Strategy                                      This module explains how to design an AD LDS              BETTER FUTURE
 Designing an AD DS Monitoring Strategy                    implementation.
 Lab: Designing Active Directory Disaster Recovery      AD LDS Deployment Scenarios
  in Windows Server 2008                                 Overview of an AD LDS Implementation Design
Skills:                                                  Designing AD LDS Schema and Replication                for further information…
 Design an Active Directory database                    Integrating AD LDS with AD DS
    maintenance strategy                                 Lab: Designing an AD LDS Implementation                   call us on
 Design an Active Directory backup and recovery        Skills:
    strategy                                             Describe the AD LDS deployment scenarios              0800 169 1890
 Design an Active Directory monitoring strategy         Describe the AD LDS implementation design
                                                         Design AD LDS schema and replication
Designing Public Key                                     Integrate AD LDS with AD DS
                                                                                                                   F1 COMPUTING
Infrastructure in Windows                               Designing Active Directory                                  SYSTEMS LTD
Server 2008                                             Migrations in Windows Server                                   3 Kelso Place
 This module explains how to design Public Key                                                                      Upper Bristol Road
    Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008.              2008
 Overview of PKI and Active Directory Certificate       This module explains how to design Active                   BATH BA1 3AU
    Services                                                Directory migrations in Windows Server 2008.
   Designing a Certification Authority Hierarchy          Choosing an Active Directory Migration Strategy
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   Designing Certificate Template                         Designing a Domain Upgrade Strategy
   Designing Certificate Distribution and Revocation      Designing a Domain Restructure Strategy
   Lab: Designing Public Key Infrastructure in            Lab: Designing Active Directory Migrations in        training@f1comp.co.uk
    Windows Server 2008                                     Windows Server 2008
Skills:                                                 Skills:
 Describe PKI and Active Directory Certificate          Choose an Active Directory migration strategy          www.f1comp.co.uk
    Services                                             Design a domain upgrade strategy
 Design a Certification Authority hierarchy             Design a domain restructure strategy
 Design certificate template                                                                                  LONDON BATH OR ONSITE
 Design certificate distribution and revocation
Designing an AD RMS
Infrastructure in Windows
Server 2008
 This module explains how to design AD RMS
    infrastructure in Windows Server 2008.
 Gathering Information for an Active Directory
    Rights Management Services (AD RMS) Design
 Designing AD RMS Clusters and Access
 Designing AD RMS Backup and Recovery
                                                                                                                 PARTICULARS
 Lab: Designing an AD RMS Infrastructure in                                                                            Cost:
    Windows Server 2008
Skills:                                                                                                             £1550 plus VAT
 Gather information for an AD RMS design                                                                             Platform:
 Design AD RMS clusters and access
 Design AD RMS backup and recovery                                                                                      Windows
                                                                                                                        Numbers:
                                                                                                              Maximum of 6 people on each
                                                                                                              course at F1’s training facilities
                                                                                                                   in London and Bath
                                                  Designing a Windows Server 2008
                                                  Applications Infrastructure
                                                  At the end of the course the delegate will be able to complete the following:

                                                  Designing IIS Web Farms                                  Designing a Terminal
                                                   This module teaches students the process of            Services Infrastructure
COMPUTER TRAINING                                     designing IIS Web Farms with Windows Server
                                                      2008 and IIS 7.                                       In this module, students will learn how to
 The key to a better future                                                                                    design a terminal services infrastructure
                                                     Overview of Hardware and Platform Options
                                                     Design Web Farm Availability and Scalability             including how to design a terminal services
                                                     Design Content Storage                                   licensing strategy and how to design for
                                                     Lab: Designing IIS Web Farms                             remote access with TS Gateways, TS Session
                                                                                                               Broker, RemoteApp programs, and TS Web
        WINDOWS                                   Skills:
                                                   Design an appropriate platform.                        
                                                                                                               Access.
                                                                                                               Design Terminal Services Licensing
                                                   Design Web farm availability and scalability.             Specify Terminal Services Connection
     Course No. 6437                               Design content storage.                                    Properties
                                                                                                              Design Device Redirection
              3 Days                              Optimizing IIS Performance                               
                                                                                                           
                                                                                                               Design Terminal Services Gateways
                                                  and Stability                                            
                                                                                                               Design Terminal Services Broker
                                                                                                               Design RemoteApp Programs
                                                   In this module, students will learn about                 Design Web Access
Target Audience:                                      optimizing IIS performance and stability.               Lab: Designing a Terminal Services
This course will provide students with an          Designing Application Pools                                Infrastructure
understanding of how to design application         Designing Script Mapping
infrastructure solutions based on Windows          Designing Bandwidth Allocation                         Skills:
Server 2008 to meet varying business and           Design Web Site Logging                                 Design Terminal Services (TS) Licensing.
technical requirements. It is intended for IT      Lab: Optimizing IIS Performance and Stability           Specify Terminal Services Connection
professionals interested in becoming a                                                                         Properties.
                                                  Skills:                                                     Design Device Redirection.
Windows Server 2008 Enterprise
                                                   Plan new application pools.                               Design Terminal Services Gateways.
Administrator with a focus on application
infrastructure such as Web and Terminal
                                                   Plan to deploy script mapping.                            Design Terminal Services Broker.
Services.
                                                   Plan bandwidth allocation per site or                     Design RemoteApp Programs.
                                                      application.                                            Design Web Access.
Pre-requisites:                                    Plan Web site logging.
Before attending this course, students must
have the following prerequisites:                 Designing IIS Security                                   Designing a Terminal
 Intermediate understanding of                    In this module, students will learn to establish       Services Maintenance
  networking.
 Intermediate understanding of network
                                                      and maintain very tight security using
                                                      Microsoft IIS 7.
                                                                                                           Strategy
  operating systems.                                 Design and Verify Transport Security                  In this module, students will be introduced to
 Intermediate understanding of security             Design Authentication and Authorization                  design and implementation planning using
  best practices.                                    Design Delegation Administration                         Windows System Resource Manager (WSRM)
 Intermediate knowledge of server and               Lab: Designing IIS 7 Security                            policies for application resource and
  network hardware.                                                                                            reporting.
 Conceptual understanding of Active              Skills:                                                     Design Windows System Resource Manager
  Directory (AD).                                  Design and verify Transport Security (SSL).                (WSRM) Policies for Application Resource and
 Hands-on experience with more than one           Plan site authentication and authorization.                Reporting
  application service such as: IIS; Terminal       Plan delegation permissions and                           Specify Group Policy Settings for Terminal
  Services; Windows Media Services; Virtual           administrative access.                                   Servers
  Server; Hyper-V; System Center Virtual                                                                      Design High Availability
  Machine Manager.                                Design IIS Maintenance and                                  Specify Monitoring Requirements
Purpose:                                          UDDI                                                        Specify Maintenance and Recovery
After completing this course, students will        In this module, students will learn how to plan           Lab: Designing Terminal Services Maintenance
be able to design IIS 7 Web farms; optimize           for an IIS installation, taking into account these   Skills:
IIS 7 for performance and stability; design IIS       new features. They will also learn how to             Design Windows System Resource Manager
7 for security; design IIS 7 for reliability,         deploy UDDI services.                                    (WSRM) policies for application resource and
recovery, and monitoring; design and                 Designing Internet Information Services                  reporting.
prepare a Terminal Services infrastructure;           Backup and Recovery                                     Specify Group Policy settings for terminal
design a Terminal Services maintenance               Specify Monitoring Requirements                          servers.
strategy; plan and configure a Windows               Deploying UDDI Services                                 Design high availability (both terminal servers
Media Services infrastructure for live and
                                                     Tuning and Troubleshooting IIS 7                         and session directory servers).
on-demand delivery; implement
                                                     Lab: Design IIS Maintenance and UDDI                    Specify monitoring requirements.
virtualization to consolidate servers, support
                                                  Skills:                                                     Specify maintenance and recovery.
legacy applications, and create a test
environment; determine virtualization              Design a Web server backup and recovery
appropriateness and virtual server                    plan.
provisioning.                                      Design for and utilize the IIS management pack
                                                      for System Center.
                                                   Design and test UDDI services.
                                                   Troubleshoot IIS caching behaviour.
Design Windows Media
Services Infrastructure
Administration
 In this module, students will learn about
    designing Windows Media Services in Windows
    Server 2008.
   Design Windows Media for Live Streaming
   Windows Media Services for On-Demand
    Content
   Improving Performance for On-Demand Content
   Monitoring Windows Media Services
   Lab: Design a Windows Media Services
    Infrastructure
Skills:
 Design Windows Media Services infrastructure
    for live streaming.
 Design Windows Media Services infrastructure
    for on-demand content.                               F1 COMPUTER
 Troubleshoot poor performance of on-demand
    content.                                           TRAINING SERVICES
 Plan for monitoring of Windows Media Services.
Design Virtualization                                        THE KEY TO A
Infrastructure                                              BETTER FUTURE
 In this module, students will implement
    virtualization to consolidate servers, deploy
    branch office infrastructure servers, support
    legacy applications, and create a test               for further information…


    environment.
    Virtualization of a Test Server Environment             call us on
   Virtualization and Migration of Legacy
    Applications                                        0800 169 1890
   Design and Test a Virtualized Development
    Environment
   Lab: Design Virtualization Infrastructure
Skills:                                                    F1 COMPUTING
 Create a design document for server                       SYSTEMS LTD
    consolidation and virtualization.                          3 Kelso Place
 Create a design document for legacy server                 Upper Bristol Road
    hosting.
 Identify and document key business and                      BATH BA1 3AU
    technical requirements for creating an isolated
    development environment.                                Fax: 01225 444728
Designing Virtualization
                                                         training@f1comp.co.uk
Provisioning
 In this module, students will learn how to
    determine virtualization appropriateness and         www.f1comp.co.uk
    virtual server provisioning.
   Design Virtual Server Provisioning Workflow
    Model
   Evaluate Appropriateness for Virtualization        LONDON BATH OR ONSITE
   Evaluate Customization to Standard
    Configuration
   Design Deployment for Virtualization
   Lab: Design Virtualization Provisioning
Skills:
 Design virtual server provisioning workflow
    model.
 Evaluate appropriateness for virtualization.
 Evaluate customization to standard
    configuration.
 Design Windows Deployment Services.                    PARTICULARS
                                                                Cost:
                                                            £1550
                                                            £1050 plus VAT
                                                              Platform:
                                                                 Windows
                                                                Numbers:
                                                      Maximum of 6 people on each
                                                      course at F1’s training facilities
                                                           in London and Bath

				
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