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    1. candidate should have 60% through out his/her academics
    2. should have good communication skills
  • TOPICS

    1. MCITP Syllabus

        Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring:

      • Configuring DNS for Active Directory
        1. Configuring zones
        2. Configuring DNS server settings
        3. Configuring zone transfer and Replication
        4. Configuring the AD infrastructure
        5. Configuring a forest or a domain
        6. Configuring trusts
        7. Configuring sites
        8. Configuring AD replication
        9. Configuring the global catalog
        10. Configuring operation masters
        11. Configuring additional AD server roles
        12. Configuring AD Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS)
        13. Configuring AD Rights Management Service (AD RMS)
        14. Configuring read-only domain controller (RODC)
        15. Configuring AD Federation Services (AD FS)
      • Configuring and maintaining AD objects
        1. Automate creation of AD accounts
        2. Maintain AD accounts
        3. Create and apply Group Policy objects (GPOs)
        4. Configure GPO templates
        5. Configure software deployment GPOs
        6. Configure account polices
        7. Configure audit policy by using GPOs
      • Maintaining the AD environment
        1. Configuring backup and recovery
        2. Perform offline maintenance
        3. Perform offline maintenance
      • Configuring AD Certificate Services
        1. Install AD Certificate Services
        2. Configure CA server settings
        3. Manage certificate templates
        4. Manage Enrolments
        5. Manage Certificate revocations
      • Configuring IP Addressing and Services
        1. Configuring IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
        2. Configuring Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
        3. Configuring routing
        4. Configuring IPsec
      • Configuring Name Resolution
        1. Configuring DNS Server
        2. Configuring DNS zones
        3. Configuring DNS records
        4. Configuring DNS replication
        5. Configuring name resolution for client computers
      • Configuring Network Access
        1. Configure remote access
        2. Configure Network Access Protection (NAP)
        3. Configure network authentication
        4. Configure wireless access
        5. Configure firewall settings
      • Configuring File and Print Services
        1. Configure a file server
        2. Configure Distributed File System (DFS)
        3. Configure shadow copy services
        4. Configure backup and restore
        5. Manage Disk Quotas
        6. Configure and monitor print services
      • Monitoring and Managing a Network Infrastructure
        1. Configure Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server settings
        2. Monitor event logs
        3. Capture performance data
        4. Gather network data
      • Deploy Servers
        1. Deploy images by using Windows Deployment Services
        2. Configure Microsoft Windows Activation
        3. Configure high availability
        4. Configure storage
      • Configuring Terminal Services
        1. Configure Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services RemoteApp (TS RemoteApp)
        2. Configure Terminal Services Gateway
        3. Configure Terminal Services load balancing
        4. Configure and monitor Terminal Services resources
        5. Configure Terminal Services Licensing
        6. Configure Terminal Services client connections
        7. Configure Terminal Services server options
      • Configuring a Web Services Infrastructure
        1. Configure Web applications
        2. Manage Web sites
        3. Configure a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server
        4. Configure Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
        5. Manager Internet Information Services (IIS)
        6. Configure SSL security
        7. Configure Web site authentication and permissions
      • Configuring Network Application Services
        1. Configure Windows Media Server
        2. Configure Digital Rights Management (DRM)
        3. Configure Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services server options
        4. Configure Windows SharePoint Services e-mail integration
      • Planning Network and Application Services
        1. Plan for name resolution and IP addressing
        2. Design for network access
        3. Plan for Terminal Services
      • Design Core Identity and Access Management Components
        1. Design AD forests and domains
        2. Design the AD physical topology
        3. Design the AD administrative model
        4. Design the enterprise-level group policy strategy
      • Designing Support Identity and Access Management Components
        1. Plan for domain or forest migration, upgrade and restructuring
        2. Design the branch office deployment
        3. Design and implement public key infrastructure
        4. Plan for interoperability
      • Design for Business Continuity and Data Availability
        1. Plan for business continuity
        2. Design for software updates and compliance management
        3. Design the operating system virtualization strategy
        4. Design for data management and data access
    1. MCSE Syllabus

        Windows Server 2012

      • Install and configure servers
        1. Install servers
        2. Plan for a server installation
        3. plan for server roles
        4. plan for a server upgrade
        5. install Server Core
        6. optimize resource utilization by using Features on Demand
        7. migrate roles from previous versions of Windows Server
      • Configure servers
        1. Configure Server Core
        2. delegate administration
        3. add and remove features in offline images
        4. deploy roles on remote servers
        5. convert Server Core to/from full GUI
        6. configure services
        7. configure NIC teaming
      • configure NIC teaming
        1. Design storage spaces
        2. configure basic and dynamic disks
        3. configure MBR and GPT disks
        4. manage volumes
        5. create and mount virtual hard disks (VHDs)
        6. configure storage pools and disk pools
      • Configure server roles and features
      • Configure file and share access
        1. Configure file and share access
        2. configure share permissions
        3. configure offline files
        4. configure NTFS permissions
        5. configure Volume Shadow Copy Service (VSS);
        6. configure NTFS quotas
      • Configure print and document services
        1. Configure the Easy Print print driver
        2. configure Enterprise Print Management
        3. configure drivers
        4. ; configure printer pooling
        5. configure print priorities
        6. ; configure printer permissions
      • Configure servers for remote management
        1. Configure WinRM
        2. configure down-level server management
        3. configure servers for day-to-day managementtasks
        4. configure Server Core
        5. configure Windows Firewall
      • Configure Hyper-V
        1. Create and configure virtual machine settings
        2. Create and configure virtual machine storage
        3. Create and configure virtual networks
      • Deploy and configure core network services
        1. Configure IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
        2. Deploy and configure Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) service
        3. Deploy and configure DNS service
      • Install and administer Active Directory
        1. Install domain controllers
        2. Create and manage Active Directory users and computers
        3. Create and manage Active Directory groups and organizational units (OUs)
      • Create and manage Group Policy
        1. Configure security policies
        2. Configure application restriction policies
        3. Configure application restriction policies
      • Administering Windows Server 2012 Deploy, manage, and maintain servers
        1. Deploy and manage server images
        2. Implement patch management
        3. Monitor servers
      • Configure file and print services
        1. Configure Distributed File System (DFS)
        2. Configure File Server Resource Manager (FSRM)
        3. Configure file and disk encryption
        4. Configure advanced audit policies
      • Configure a Network Policy Server infrastructure
        1. Configure Network Policy Server (NPS)
        2. Configure NPS policies
        3. Configure Network Access Protection (NAP)
        4. Configure Direct Access
      • Configure and manage Active Directory
        1. Configure service authentication
        2. Configure Domain Controllers
        3. Maintain Active Directory
        4. Configure account policies
      • Configure and manage Group Policy
        1. Configure Group Policy processing
        2. Configure Group Policy settings
        3. Manage Group Policy objects (GPOs)
        4. Configure Group Policy preferences
      • Configure file and storage solutions
        1. Configure advanced file services
        2. Implement Dynamic Access Control (DAC)
        3. Configure and optimize storage
      • Implement business continuity and disaster recovery
        1. Configure and manage backups
        2. Configure site-level fault tolerance
      • Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure
      • Plan and deploy a server infrastructure
        1. Design an automated server installation strategy
        2. Design considerations including images and bare metal/virtual deployment
        3. Plan and implement a server deployment infrastructure
        4. Configure multicast deployment
        5. Plan and implement server upgrade and migration
        6. Plan for role migration; migrate server roles; migrate servers across domains and forests; design a server
        7. Plan and deploy Virtual Machine Manager services
        8. Design Virtual Machine Manager service templates
        9. Plan and implement file and storage services
        10. Planning considerations include iSCSI SANs, Fibre Channel SANs, Virtual Fibre Channel, storage spaces,
      • Design and implement network infrastructure services
        1. Design and maintain a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) solution
        2. Design and maintain a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) solution
        3. Design and implement network access services
          1. Design a VPN solution
          2. Design considerations
          3. Design a DirectAccess solution
          4. Implement a scalable remote access solution
          5. Configure site-to-site VPN
          6. Design a network protection solution
          7. Design considerations including Network Access Protection (NAP)

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