This series explains how to analyze requirements and design a secure Windows Server 2003 network in a medium to large environment. Specific aspects presented are public key infrastructure, Internet Information Services (IIS), IP Security (IPSec), wireless LAN, VPN, Active Directory, Encrypted File System (EFS), and backup and recovery processes.
This Windows Server 2003 Security MCSE 70-298 online training series provides over 33 hours of self-paced courseware. This web-based training provides 1 year of unlimited access to all of the following lessons:
1 . Defining a Baseline Security Template
2 . Designing a Secure Network Framework
3 . Designing an Access Control Strategy for Files and Folders
4 . Designing an Encrypted File System and Securing Backup/Restore Processes
5 . Designing Network Infrastructure Security
6 . Designing Role-Based Server Security
7 . Practice Exam
8 . Securing a Public Key Infrastructure and Network Management Processes
9 . Securing Active Directory
10 . Securing Data Transmissions and Wireless Networks
11 . Securing Internet Information Services
12 . Securing VPNs, Extranets, and Network Clients
Defining a Baseline Security Template
This course explains what you need in order to apply consistent security settings across a network. It also details how to deploy security templates efficiently throughout a network, focusing on the use of Group Policy Objects (GPO) and scripting techniques.
Designing a Secure Network Framework
This course explains how to design a secure Windows Server 2003 network framework by analyzing business requirements, and both internal and external threats. It also details how to create an incident response plan and examines interoperability issues.
Designing an Access Control Strategy for Files and Folders
This course examines common risks such as data corruption and security breaches that can affect a network's file shares. This course also explains how to design a permission structure for files and folders, as well as best practices for securing the Windows Registry.
Designing an Encrypted File System and Securing Backup/Restore Processes
This course explains how to encrypt files using the Encrypted File System (EFS). The course also discusses how to design a secure backup and recovery strategy for network resources, including securing the backup process.
Designing Network Infrastructure Security
This course examines how to protect data as it is transmitted through a network infrastructure by use of IP Security (IPSec). This course also explains how to secure the Domain Naming System (DNS) service, another area of an enterprise network subject to security vulnerabilities.
Designing Role-Based Server Security
This course explains how to modify baseline security templates based on functions of an individual or group of servers. This course specifically addresses security configurations for Domain Controllers, Internet Information Services (IIS) Servers, POP3 Mail Servers, and other infrastructure servers.
This course provides five practice exams for the Microsoft 70-298 certification exam.
Securing a Public Key Infrastructure and Network Management Processes
This course explains the deployment of public key infrastructures (PKI), the certificate authorities that establish and verify identities of organizations, and the implementation of PKI in the Windows Server 2003 environment. This course also covers security administration and the related tasks and tools needed to secure a Microsoft operating system.
Securing Active Directory
This course explains how to secure Active Directory user accounts and use auditing to identify any security incidents to the Active Directory database. This course also discusses best practices in assigning user permissions to network resources and data.
Securing Data Transmissions and Wireless Networks
This course explains how to secure wireless network traffic including the technologies available and the challenges they present. This course also discusses common vulnerabilities in a wireless network and how to design a secure wireless LAN.
Securing Internet Information Services
This course explains how to create a secure IIS deployment for an enterprise network with a focus on user authentication. It also examines common vulnerabilities of Web servers, along with how to secure Web server software with options offered in Windows Server 2003.
Securing VPNs, Extranets, and Network Clients
This course discusses the use of Windows Server 2003 as a VPN and provides details on the use of two common, standards-based routing protocols: Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and Open Shortest Path First (OSPF). This course also explains how to secure client workstations and remote access services for end users.
Windows Server 2003 Security MCSE 70-298
This series is for anyone preparing for the Designing Security for a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network MCSE 70-298 certification exam or for anyone who wants to learn more about designing security for a Windows Server 2003 network.
What You Get:
You will receive Unlimited Access to all of the Windows Server 2003 Security MCSE 70-298 training tutorials listed above. Your online training courses will be available from anywhere you have internet access.This e-learning series includes all of the online training tutorials listed and is provided in an interactive, self-paced format. Retake any or all of our computer training as often as you want. Our online tutorials allow you to learn anywhere, anytime from any computer with internet access. All courses allow for 1 year unlimited access (1 user), include a variety of features and qualify for Continuing Education Unit credit.
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