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Table Of Contents

Foreword
1 Citrix Certified Enterprise Administrator
2 Exam Specifics
3 General Technologies
3.1. OSI Model
3.1.1. OSI Reference Model
3.1.2. Layer 1: Physical Layer
3.1.3. Layer 2: Data Link Layer
3.1.4. Layer 3 – Network Layer
3.1.5. Layer 4 – Transport Layer
3.1.6. Layer 5 – Session Layer
3.1.7. Layer 6 – Presentation Layer
3.1.8. Layer 7 - Application Layer
3.1.9. Working with the OSI Model
3.2. IP Addressing
3.2.1. IPv4 Addressing
3.2.2. IPv6
3.2.3. Address Resolution Protocol
3.3. Network Devices
3.3.1. Repeater
3.3.2. Hub
3.3.3. Modem
3.3.4. Network Interface Card
3.3.5. Media Converter
3.3.6. Bridge
3.3.7. Switch
3.3.8. Wireless Access Point
3.4.2. Domain Name
3.4.3. Naming Standards
3.4.4. DNS Server Service
3.4.5. Recursive Query
3.4.6. Root Hints
3.4.7. Iterative Query
3.4.8. Forwarders
3.4.9. Server Caching
3.4.10. DNS Zones
3.4.11. Zones
3.4.12. Resource Records
3.4.13. Forward and Reverse Lookup Zones
3.4.14. Zone Transfers
3.4.15. DNS Notify
3.4.16. DNS Dynamic Updates
3.4.17. Preferred and Alternate DNS Servers
3.4.18. Suffixes
3.5. Security Threats
3.5.1. Eavesdropping
3.5.2. Scanning
3.5.3. Network Topology
3.5.4. Application Vulnerabilities
3.5.5. Password Crackers
3.5.6. Malicious Attacks
3.5.7. Mobile Code
3.5.8. Spoofing/Masquerading
3.5.9. Denial of Service (DoS)
3.6. Switching
3.6.1. Peer-To-Peer Networks
3.6.2. Server/Client Networks
3.6.3. Virtual LANs
3.6.4. Power over Ethernet (PoE) Devices
3.6.5. Spanning Tree Protocol (STP)
3.6.6. Trunking
3.6.7. Port Mirroring
3.6.8. Port Authentication
3.7. Routing Protocols
3.7.1. Interior versus Exterior Gateway Protocols
3.7.2. Static and Dynamic Routing
3.7.3. Network Hop
3.7.4. Routing Tables
3.7.5. Convergence
3.7.6. IP Routing Protocols
3.7.7. Routing Information Protocol
3.7.8. Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
3.7.9. Open Shortest Path First
3.7.10. Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
3.7.11. Border Gateway Protocol
3.7.12. IPX Routing and Service Advertising Protocols
3.7.13. AppleTalk Routing Protocols
3.7.14. IP Routing Protocol Administrative Distance
3.7.15. Comparisons Between Distance Vector Routing Protocols
3.7.16. Bridging Protocol Scalability
3.8. Networking
3.8.1. Network Traffic
3.8.2. Virtual Private Network (VPN)
3.9. Network Protocols
3.9.1. Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
3.9.2. File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
3.9.5. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
3.9.6. Domain Name System (DNS)
3.9.7. Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
3.9.8. Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS)
3.9.9. Transport Layer Security (TLS)
3.9.10. Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
3.9.11. Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP)
3.9.12. Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP)
3.9.13. Post Office Protocol (POP3)
1.1.1 Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP)
3.9.14. Telnet
3.9.15. Secure Shell (SSH)
3.9.16. Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)
3.9.17. Network Time Protocol (NTP)
3.9.18. Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
3.9.19. Internet Group Management Protocol (IGMP)
3.9.20. Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
3.10. Firewall Concepts
3.10.1. Packet Filtering
3.10.2. IP Access Control List
3.10.3. Security Considerations
3.10.4. TCP SYN Floods
3.10.5. Context-Based Access Control
3.10.6. Dynamic Multipoint VPN
3.10.7. Permitting and Denying Access
3.10.8. Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting
3.10.9. Network Access Translation
3.10.10. Policy NAT
4 XenApp
4.1. Management Tools
4.1.1. Access Management Console
4.1.2. Custom Administrators
4.1.3. XenApp Advanced Configuration
4.1.4. Citrix Relay Configuration Tool
4.1.5. Shadow Taskbar
4.1.6. SpeedScreen Latency Reduction Manager
4.2. Licensing Architecture
4.2.1. Citrix Licensing
4.2.2. License Process
4.2.3. License Server
4.2.4. License Types
4.2.6. License Reporting
4.3. Citrix Administrator Accounts
4.3.1. Types of Administrator Accounts
4.3.2. Delegating Tasks
4.4. Resources
4.4.1. Accessing Resources
4.4.2. Installing Applications
4.4.3. Selecting Resource Types
4.4.4. User Access
4.4.5. Content Redirection
4.4.6. Limits and Importance
4.4.7. Managing Applications
4.4.8. Virtual IP Addresses
4.5. Policies
4.5.1. Configuring Policies
4.5.2. Creating Policies
4.5.3. Applying Policies
4.5.4. Policy Management
4.5.5. Multiple Policies
4.5.6. Prioritizing Policies
4.5.7. Exceptions
4.6. Server Farms
4.6.1. Organizing the Farm
4.6.2. Scheduled Restarts
4.6.3. Health Monitoring and Recovery
4.6.4. Preferential Load Balancing
4.6.5. Farm Infrastructure
4.6.6. Data Collectors
4.6.7. Zones
4.7. Session Environments
4.7.1. Understanding Sessions
4.7.2. User Environments
4.7.3. User Logons
4.7.4. Controlling Access
4.7.5. Special Folders
4.7.6. Audio Configurations
4.7.7. Session Continuity
4.7.8. Session Activity
4.7.9. Monitoring Sessions
4.7.10. Controlling Client Connections
4.7.11. User Experience in Sessions
4.8. XenApp Printing
4.8.1. Printing Concepts
4.8.2. Print Spooling
4.8.3. Printing in XenApp
4.8.4. Printing Pathways
4.8.5. Provisioning Printers
4.8.6. Print Settings
4.8.7. Mobile Users
4.8.8. Printer Drivers
4.8.9. Citrix Universal Printer
4.8.10. Printing Behavior
5 Access Gateway Enterprise Edition
5.1. Basic Concepts
5.1.1. Benefits of Access Gateway
5.1.2. Access Gateway Components
5.1.3. Access Gateway Process
5.2. Access Gateway Deployment
5.2.1. Secure Certificate Management
5.2.2. Deployment Options
5.3. Access Gateway Hardware
5.3.1. Hardware Platforms
5.3.2. Installing Hardware
5.3.3. Rail Assembly
5.3.4. SFP Transceivers
5.3.5. Cables
5.3.6. Initial Configuration
5.4. Access Gateway Configurations
5.4.1. Changing Configurations
5.4.2. Licenses
5.4.3. Virtual Servers
5.4.4. IP Addresses
5.4.5. Routing
5.5. Access Gateway Management
5.5.1. High Availability
5.5.2. Certificates
5.5.3. Policies and Profiles
5.5.4. Authentication and Authorization
5.5.5. Authentication Types
6 Practice Exam
6.1. Refresher “Warm up Questions”
7 Answer Guide
7.1. Answers to Questions
8 References
9 Index
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CCEA for XenApp Exam Certification Exam Preparation Course in a Book for Passing the CCEA for XenApp Exam - The How To Pass on Your First Try Certification Study Guide

CCEA for XenApp Exam Certification Exam Preparation Course in a Book for Passing the CCEA for XenApp Exam - The How To Pass on Your First Try Certification Study Guide

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The Citrix Certified Enterprise Administrator ª (CCEA) for XenApp (Presentation Server 4) certification is a rigorous and challenging track in which certification candidates learn, apply, and demonstrate the advanced skills required to integrate multiple Citrix products into a single optimally configured environment, as well as sustain this environment using comprehensive troubleshooting and maintenance techniques.

This XenApp (Presentation Server 4) certification is intended for those responsible for administering large, complex, or mission critical environments.

This self-study exam preparation guide for the CCEA for XenApp certification exam contains everything you need to test yourself and pass the Exam. All Exam topics are covered and insider secrets, complete explanations of all CCEA for XenApp subjects, test tricks and tips, numerous highly realistic sample questions, and exercises designed to strengthen understanding of CCEA for XenApp concepts and prepare you for exam success on the first attempt are provided.

Put your knowledge and experience to the test. Achieve CCEA for XenApp certification and accelerate your career.

Can you imagine valuing a book so much that you send the author a "Thank You" letter?

Tens of thousands of people understand why this is a worldwide best-seller. Is it the authors years of experience? The endless hours of ongoing research? The interviews with those who failed the exam, to identify gaps in their knowledge? Or is it the razor-sharp focus on making sure you don't waste a single minute of your time studying any more than you absolutely have to? Actually, it's all of the above.

This book includes new exercises and sample questions never before in print. Offering numerous sample questions, critical time-saving tips plus information available nowhere else, this book will help you pass the CCEA for XenApp exam on your FIRST try.

Up to speed with the theory? Buy this. Read it. And Pass the CCEA for XenApp Exam.
The Citrix Certified Enterprise Administrator ª (CCEA) for XenApp (Presentation Server 4) certification is a rigorous and challenging track in which certification candidates learn, apply, and demonstrate the advanced skills required to integrate multiple Citrix products into a single optimally configured environment, as well as sustain this environment using comprehensive troubleshooting and maintenance techniques.

This XenApp (Presentation Server 4) certification is intended for those responsible for administering large, complex, or mission critical environments.

This self-study exam preparation guide for the CCEA for XenApp certification exam contains everything you need to test yourself and pass the Exam. All Exam topics are covered and insider secrets, complete explanations of all CCEA for XenApp subjects, test tricks and tips, numerous highly realistic sample questions, and exercises designed to strengthen understanding of CCEA for XenApp concepts and prepare you for exam success on the first attempt are provided.

Put your knowledge and experience to the test. Achieve CCEA for XenApp certification and accelerate your career.

Can you imagine valuing a book so much that you send the author a "Thank You" letter?

Tens of thousands of people understand why this is a worldwide best-seller. Is it the authors years of experience? The endless hours of ongoing research? The interviews with those who failed the exam, to identify gaps in their knowledge? Or is it the razor-sharp focus on making sure you don't waste a single minute of your time studying any more than you absolutely have to? Actually, it's all of the above.

This book includes new exercises and sample questions never before in print. Offering numerous sample questions, critical time-saving tips plus information available nowhere else, this book will help you pass the CCEA for XenApp exam on your FIRST try.

Up to speed with the theory? Buy this. Read it. And Pass the CCEA for XenApp Exam.

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