Windows 2000 Security Design 70-220 Training
This online training series provides a detailed look at network security, and is intended as preparation for the MCSE 70-220 Exam: Designing Security for a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network. Topics include analyzing business and technical requirements, planning a strategy, and designing and implementing security using the templates, objects, and services provided in Windows 2000. Students taking this course should be advanced Windows administrators, with MCSE certifications 70-210, 70-215, 70-216, and 70-217 or equivalent experience.
This Windows 2000 Security Design 70-220 online training series provides 40 hours of self-paced courseware. This web-based training provides 1 year of unlimited access to all of the following lessons:
1 . Analyzing Business Requirements
2 . Analyzing Technical Requirements
3 . Establishing a Security Baseline
4 . Planning Security for System Resources
5 . Designing a Security Group Strategy
6 . Designing Security Policy Inheritance
7 . Protecting Resources with Auditing and Encryption
8 . Using Native Windows 2000 Authentication
9 . Using Alternate Authentication Strategies
10 . Designing a Public Key Infrastructure
11 . Designing Security for Network Services
12 . Designing Security for Access between Networks
13 . Designing Security for Communications Channels
Analyzing Business Requirements
This course shows users how to identify business considerations that will affect the structure and implementation of proposed network security designs.
- Business Models
- Organization and Management
- Company Strategies
- Physical and Information Security Models
- Risk Analysis
- End User Requirements
Analyzing Technical Requirements
This course shows users how to evaluate an existing IT infrastructure in preparation for developing a security design.
- Network Connectivity and Topology
- Network Bandwidth and Performance
- Data and Systems Access
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Analyzing the Existing Security Design
Establishing a Security Baseline
This course introduces users to the security provided by Active Directory and shows users how to implement security for domain controllers, servers, and workstations using security templates provided by Windows 2000.
- Active Directory
- Domain Controllers
- Servers, Desktop Computers, and Kiosks
- Policies and Templates
Planning Security for System Resources
This course shows users how to plan and implement security for system resources including printers, files, shares, registry keys, Internet access, and dial-in access.
- File and Folder Security
- Default Settings for Files and Folders
- Registry Keys
- Security for Other Resources
Designing a Security Group Strategy
This course shows users how to plan membership in security groups and how to use group structure to assign permissions.
- Understanding Groups in Windows 2000
- Default Groups and Users
- Managing Security Groups
- Delegation of Authority
Designing Security Policy Inheritance
This course shows users how to design the placement and inheritance of security policies for sites, domains, and organizational units.
- Understanding Group Policies
- Implementing Group Policies
- Group Policy Inheritance
- Group Policies in Mixed Mode
- Designing Group Policy Strategies
Protecting Resources with Auditing and Encryption
This course shows users how to design and implement an audit policy and how to design a strategy for using the Encrypting File System (EFS).
- Designing an Audit Policy
- Implementing an Audit Policy
- Using the Encrypting File System (EFS)
- File Recovery and Management with EFS
- Designing an EFS Strategy
Using Native Windows 2000 Authentication
This course explains the Kerberos authentication model and shows users how to implement security with Kerberos in Windows 2000 networks and mixed networks.
- Kerberos Authentication
- Kerberos Tickets
- Kerberos Client/Server Exchange
- Kerberos and Interoperability
Using Alternate Authentication Strategies
This course explains authentication models other than Kerberos that are available under Windows 2000 and shows users how to implement security with these methods in Windows 2000 networks and in mixed networks.
- NTLM and Digest Authentication
- Certificate-Based Authentication and SSL
- Smart Cards
- Authentication and Interoperability
Designing a Public Key Infrastructure
This course explains strategies and procedures for using Certificate Services in Windows 2000 networks and in mixed networks.
- Understanding Certificate Services
- Installing Certificate Services
- Configuring Certificate Services
- Managing Certificates
- Interoperability and Third-Party PKI
Designing Security for Network Services
This course explains strategies for securing Windows 2000 network services, including Domain Name Service, Remote Installation Services, and the Simple Network Management Protocol.
- Understanding DNS
- The Dynamic Update Process
- DNS Security
- RIS Security
- SNMP Security
Designing Security for Access between Networks
This course explains how to provide secure access from a private network to the Internet, how to provide partners and other external users with secure access to private networks, and how to provide secure access between multiple local or wide area networks (LANs or WANs).
- Secure Access to Public Networks
- Secure Access for External and Remote Users
- Secure Access between Private Networks
- Secure Access across Public Networks
Designing Security for Communications Channels
This course explains how to use SMB signing and the IPSec protocol to secure traffic within private networks and across public networks and how to enable and enforce the use of SMB signing and IPSec through Windows 2000 Group Policy.
- SMB Signing
- IPSec Architecture
- IPSec Negotiation and Encryption
- IPSec Management
- IPSec Policies
Windows 2000 Security Design 70-220
This online training series is for anyone who wants to take the MCSE Exam 70-220 for Windows 2000 certification.
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