This 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,
This Windows 2000 Security Design 70-220 online training series provides over 40 hours of self-paced courseware. This web-based training provides 6 months of unlimited access to all of the following lessons:
1 . Analyzing Business Requirements
2 . Analyzing Technical Requirements
3 . Designing a Public Key Infrastructure
4 . Designing a Security Group Strategy
5 . Designing Security for Access between Networks
6 . Designing Security for Communications Channels
7 . Designing Security for Network Services
8 . Designing Security Policy Inheritance
9 . Establishing a Security Baseline
10 . Planning Security for System Resources
11 . Protecting Resources with Auditing and Encryption
12 . Using Alternate Authentication Strategies
13 . Using Native Windows 2000 Authentication
Analyzing Business Requirements
This course shows users how to identify business considerations that will affect the structure and implementation of proposed network security designs.
Analyzing Technical Requirements
This course shows users how to evaluate an existing IT infrastructure in preparation for developing a security design.
Designing a Public Key Infrastructure
This course explains strategies and procedures for using Certificate Services in Windows 2000 networks and in mixed networks.
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.
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 network
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.
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.
Designing Security Policy Inheritance
This course shows users how to design the placement and inheritance of security policies for sites, domains, and organizational units.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
Windows 2000 Security Design 70-220
This series is for anyone who wants to take the MCSE Exam 70-220 for Windows 2000 certification.
What You Get:
You will receive Unlimited Access to all of the Windows 2000 Security Design 70-220 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 6 months of unlimited access (1 user), include a variety of features and qualify for Continuing Education Unit credit.
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