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ces 2.0 Introdu Introducing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 nt du t 1. This course m Learning Objectives arnin Obj 1.1. e MMC set t e Enable and configure remote desktop for administration and establish a remote top for administrati o fo r desktop connection. Create and manage user objects with active directory users and computers.1.0 User Accounts s 3. in indows Messenger n 3. Identify how to install and configure Windows Server 2003 and Active w Server e and Directory. Identify how to make a request for remote assistance and practice using remote equ for remote quest assistance through Windows Messenger. l services. Understand basic functions of the Microsoft Management Console such as building a anagement C m Consol l customized MMC and various console options that can be used to build and save ons that ca n use ed consoles. 2.1.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure.1. Create d manage user objec bj be multiple user objects utilizing user object templates and importing user objects using e objects utilizi b ect Avtech Institute e Page 2 . This course aids in the preparation for the Microsoft Exam 70-290 nment.0 1.3. Understand how to configure the remote desktop client and nd how to configure w co gur how to troubleshoot terminal services. D 1. 2. Define members of the Windows Server 2003 Family and the various Windows Server ous Wind ws S u ndow ndo 2003 editions. Manage computers remotely with the MMC and set up the Snap-In for remote use. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus Avtech Institute of Technology Course Instructor: Course Duration: Date/Time: Training Location: Course: NEPE 105 (Exam 70-290) ) Text / Lab Books: MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-290): Managing and Maintaining a Kit (Exam 70 70-290 Microsoft ® Windows ServerTM 2003 Environme Envi Environment Dan Holme and Orin Thomas omas m ISBN 0-7356-1437-7 -7 Course Description es ipti In this course students will lean to manage and maintain a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 rse students will lea s ude i lea Environment.0 Administering Microsoft Windows Server 2003 2.2.

Become familiar with securing files on TP sites. Manage computer object permissions and configure computer properties. Understand how to set up shared folders by sharing and managing a shared folder.0 6.0 Group Accounts 4. y 7. Understand how to use active directory Command-Line Tools.0. Become P si eco IIS. and-Line Tools. nta 5. Practice joining a computer to an active directory domain. Configure and enable audit settings and examine security logs. 6. P conf permissions.1.0 Backing up Data 7.3.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. hat meant by “Inh Define effective permissions and resource ownership. Secure authentication with policies. Administer the web o install IIS 6. 6. performing backup f ackup Avtech Institute e Page 3 . Identify how to manage hange the group t n group accounts by creating a security group and modifying group membership. 3. kup types. Identify how to combine various backup types and practice performing dentify how to comb e en m different backup types. Manage profiles such as user profiles.2. Create computer accounts and understand the difference between the computers eate computer acc t r accou container vs. Practice configuring file system hip. Administer Internet amine securit y log min ecu i mi information services and identify how to install IIS 6. d Too ool 3. OUs. Practice using LDIFDE to manage group accounts. h user belo ngs on 4.2. Understand group types such as Group Scope. Identify g securit y group ecu domain groups to which a user belongs. 6. oups with DSMOD ups 5. accounts. A environment and manage web and FTP sites. Understand the fundamentals of backing up data. oaming user pro in Create a preconfigured user and group profile. Practice how to change the group type and scope. naging shared fo l a ng r Configure share permissions and manage user sessions and open files.2.2. Gr r Identities. Configure file system permissions and understand what is meant by “Inheritance”.1. co mput entify how n to find and c to find and connect to objects in Active Directory and practice how to manage computer n nage computer e e acco accounts. 2. nd open files. Use the back up utility to determine a entals backing ack backup strategy.0.2.1. local profiles and roaming user profiles. Group Conversation and Special Group Scope. Use automation to manage group accounts using LDIFDE. Audit and administer user authentication and d administer user ste te practice how to secure and troubleshoot authentication when necessary. Understand the advanced features that can be used estore options provid t i when performing a backup and restore such as the use of VSS. 7. 6. Understand how to restore data using the backup utility and become familiar with the how to restore data o e re d t e various restore options provided. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus CSVDE.3. Identify how . OUs container vs.2. authentication whe cat he hen 4. Configure a mandatory profile and gure mandatory gu dat become familiar with managing all profiles.1.0 Computer Accounts er Acc ccounts cco 5. Create groups with DSADD o manage group ac and modify groups with DSMOD.0 Fil Files and Folders 6 1.

Become familiar with a range Become familiar wi eco f milia fami of backup options and how to use the ntbackup command. Perform disk management tasks from the ervers and conve d r ver ert command prompt. Understand what is dm Understand wha meant by “Per-Server. mounted volumes. Understand how to set o maintain.1. fault tolerance. Troubleshoot hardware devices and drivers when recovering from device disaster. Understand the use and purpose of Software Update Services.1.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. Understand how to maintain. monitor and troubleshoot a printer. Ad Administrator software licenses and obtain a client access license.3. mounted volum n of basic and dynamic disks. and prompt. Configure multiple logical printers for a single er pool. Configure o gur printer. Practice installing and configuring a printer. Downl polic policy. Determine how to update. Schedule bac ckup shadow copies of shared folders. ractice installing and c t 8.0 Printers 8. Define the various type of disk storage options and methods to be used such as physical of disk storage opti k disks. d drivers r n rec ec 11.0 Maintaining the Operating System taining the O a g Opera 9. Per-Device or Per-User licensing”. Administer site licensing and nister site lice si lice cen configure automatic updates. Understand how Windows Server 2003 printers are integrated with Active Windows Server i Directory. Configure automatic updates through group policy.1.0 Managing Hardware Devices and Drivers 10. assign permissions to the printers and configure a eat eate printer use gr performance log. d Avtech Institute e Page 4 . Understand how to secure a backup and manage media.3. w Internet pri et 8.2. roll back and Determine how t ow uninstall drivers. Schedule backup jobs and . Configure printer properties indows Server 2003 n o e and connect Clients to printers. amic disks. 10. Identify the use of the ces d dr Id Device Manager and driver signing options. ion o 10.0 Managing Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Disk Storage ws Server Di 11. Manage printer dvanced printer conf ced properties and set up a printer pool. 8.2. e Become fa eco 9. separation of data and the use s. create printer use groups. Become familiar with using advanced printer configuration properties. Understand how Internet printing is utilized. Understand the use and the purpose of the Windows Server 2003 Printer Model. mo nito up a printer. Manage and configure disks and volumes. logical volumes. mi m 11. Become familiar with changing printer drivers. backup and recover SUS. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus 7. Download and extract service packs. Practice using configuring devices such as Resource Configuration. Identify how to extend volumes. Identify how to install Understand the e de nstall t SUS n Windo SUS on a Windows Server 2003 computer and determine how to configure and nd d administer SU administer SUS. Deploy service packs with group policy. he Windows Server e n rve Identify how to install a printer on Windows Server 2003.2. move disks configure disks and f gur d k between servers and convert disk storage.1. Understand how to t erstand how to t troublesho troubleshoot.2. Become familiar with installing hardware devices and drivers. guring devices such a ng Control Panel and Device Configuration tools. s 9.

Un n olle ntroller. Processes tab. 12. Main disk storage volumes by using CHKDSK. manage and maintain a Microsoft Windows ean ean to implement. Und failure. Managing. n Server 2003 network. I Ev w Event Viewer and identify how to configure event viewer logs.1. Avtech Institute e Page 5 . f g fragmenter and disk r Implement disk fault tolerance as well as striped. Identify the logs available in he Event Viewer.0 Monitoring Microsoft Windows Server 2003 2003 12. 12. Use the WMI event logging provider and understand WMI works. oring and practice nd t 13. Ident ify h Identify how to use the automated system recovery and become familiar with the f miliar with the h recov r recover console. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus 11.2. Configure system monitor and identify the decisions about objects and counters using ident ify the de the performance console.1. and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network ging d M taining ng.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. mirrored and RAID-5 volumes. Understand the use and purpose of the Event Viewer. 12.3. ed and RAID-5 an D-5 5 Determine what the differences are between mirrored volumes and RAID-5 volumes. Understand the system state and the system state on a domain controller. Ma Maint certification exam. Managing. Understand the 1. d vo lumes and R Create fault tolerance for the system volume and practice planning RAID configuration. Use WMIC in WM event logging MI n monitoring and practice using WMI data from Event Viewer.1. Cou Course: NEPE 106 (Exam 70-291) Text / Lab Books: MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-291): Implementing.3. Practice event o configu e event vi gure monitoring. This course aids in the preparation for the Microsoft Exam 70-291: his course aids in th ou e Implementing. and m 70-291): Imple 70-291) m ® TM Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure 2003 Network Infrast wo J. Performance tab.0 Recovering from System Failure ecovering from Sy ove ov 13.4. Networking tab the Applica ions t cati and Users tab. C. practice planning act nni 12. . Understand the features used within T s used within Task Manager such as the functions that can be hin performed using the Applications tab. disk defragmenter and disk quotas. d rs s m system failure. Mackin and Ian McLean ISBN 0-7356-1439-3 Course Description In this course students will lean to implement. Understand the various methods of recovery options used for recovering from system .

0 Understanding Windows Server 2003 1. 3. nalyze traffic. Network with default rver r Net Ne Networks components in Windows Server 2003. Practice working u d working r with subnet with subnet masks and subnets using classless interdomain routing and variableubn t iablea elength subn length subnet masks. Estimate Understand the pu s subnet address subnet address ranges and summarize routes through supernetting. server cache. e. Understand how to view networks and become Understand how a familiar with default networking and workgroups.0 Configuring DNS Servers and Clients 4. Understand the purpose of a network infrastructure and define what a network ucture and define wh t e f infrastructure does. Und rkgr ups. Pe qui network diagnostics and troubleshoot connections using common command such as using common com in o ping. 3. Analyze Windows Server 2003 Networks. Understand how Windows Server d workgroups. Add active directory ng Windows net ndo to a windows infrastructure. Understand the purpose of name resolution in Windows Server 2003 and compare DNS solut ion in Windo ol olu n and NetBIOS.1.0 Monit 3. Configure DNS client settings and dynamic update options. 4.2. Practice configuring a behavior tool and con i Avtech Institute e Page 6 .MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. Unders o how it works and practice using the network monitor to analyze traffic.2.0 Understand TCP/IP P 2. Understand the purpose of subnetting and supernetting IP networks. e er c r 4. Understand the use of the network monitor and explore its components. 4.0 Monitoring and Troubleshooting TCP/IP Connections nit 3. Understand the structure of an es private and pub i IP address and explain the use of subnet masks and default gateways.1. Install and configure a and how DNS qu DSN Server and determine the various types associated with it.1. Perform required. a 3.3. Understand how a DNS query and caching works.2. Practice working ess and ex lain th n exp g with Octet Notations. Understand and examine how nd explore the laye th IP addresses use private and public addressing methods. 2003 uses routing. Understand the default client DNS client settings ing update behavior tool and configure TCP/IP setting for DNS clients. pathping and tracert. Determine how DNS is used in Windows Server 2003 and explore its uses and its used Windows S s ndo components.1. Understand and explore the layers of the TCP/IP model. 2. Understand ponents. Troubleshoot using the ARP tool and practice running he P too ool pr network diagnostics and netdiag command. Create resource records determine the vario t min and clear the DNS server cache. 1. Extend a Windows Server 2003 network infrastructure by adding components to a network infrastr r connection as well as installing Windows networking components.2. h Octet Notation at ons 2.1. Troubleshoot faulty TCP/IP connections and configure it as required. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus Learning Objectives 1. Determine how to disable NetBIOS and practice how to capture name o disable NetBIOS s ble ble l resolution traffic.

0 Routing with Windows Server 2003 9. Troubleshoot demand-dial routing.2. Configure RIP and ut g r oco uting protoc and cols understand DHCP relay agent.0 Monitoring and Troubleshooting DNS oot ooting DNS 6.0 Monitoring and Troubleshooting DHCP 8 8. etBIOS and DNS n Verify SRV resource records for active directory in DNS. Troubleshoot DHCP and verify the client and server configuration. explore LAN routing scenarios and understand static routes as well as uting scenarios and na na design considerations for a static route.0 M 8. orm recursion. Understand the purpose of NAT. Understand how clients obtain configuration and analyze DHCP messages. assign DHCP options configure the client and verify the nfigur rify the f configuration. static route. Install the DHCP server service. Explore DNS server properties and compare NetBIOS and DNS name resolution traffic. Configure routing and g and e acce acces remote access service properties and manage general IP routing properties. R onfi a database. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus primary DNS suffix and configuring a DNS server to perform recursion. 9. actice deplo ying Stub 6.2.1. change addressing of a subnet.2. Manage DH 7. Create a zone delegation. u Avtech Institute e Page 7 . Work with nd manage general e routing tables. m io 5. In pose se the uses of routing protocols and understand how it works. supe 8.0 Maintaining a Network Infrastructure 5. Create a new superscope.2. Configure e gur properties and tune advanced server options. leshoot demand-di e d 9. options. r configure and activ configure and activate scopes. Use repli monitor DNS performance with system monitor. Understand the purpose of stub zones and become familiar with the benefits of stub zone ones and beco me fami s c and know when to use it. Identify how to use the DNS troubleshooting tools to query DNS with nslookup and DNS trouble h ublesh view the DNS events log. Understand how why and how routing and remote access is used.1.1. Reconcile the DHCP er conf gurat ion. essing of subnet. Practice deploying a Stub zone. Monitor and DHC DHCP messages explore DHCP audit logging and understand DHCP server log file format. configuration. Manage a DHCP in Windows Networks from a command line and change the DHCP ge e DHCP DHC server sta server status. configure and troubleshoot NAT. performance with e 7. Create zo p o eat 5. Enable and configure routing and remote access. Explore DNS zone properties o DNS Ex and practice deploying a secondary DNS server. Use replication monitor feature on DNS monitoring tool and ents log.1.0 Configuring DHCP Servers and Clients ng DHC Servers HCP v 7. rver log file forma 8. Connect clients to a remote DHCP server. f ra a 7 2.1. w superscope. ng ubn back back up the server database and compact a DHCP server. authorize the server. Enab t ab abl a 9. derstand the ben f t e nefi erver.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure.3. Install. Understand the use of packet filters and configure packet d DHCP relay agent DHC en n filters when required. Configure demand-dial interfaces and deploy a demand-dial router-to-router nterfaces and depl f configuration. Understand the benefits of DHCP. Understand purpos f NAT. Expl ctory in DNS. required. Configure advanced DNS server S server.

Troubleshoot Internet connectivity by identifying the specific networking issue and ctivit y by identif i ti tify verifying the computer’s network settings. o and practice verifying the configuration of DNS forwarding.0 Managing Network Security Network Security r ecu 11. Monitor the n he e negotiat ing g proce . Configure remote access connections by using dial-up networking and remote access networking and e kin client addressing. Practice using cess. 10. 12. Understand how to use k monitor. Configure dial-in properties of a user account and understand remote access policies. Monitor network traffic with the command netstat and Mon Monitor network tr r r understand how Windows Server 2003 uses “Lite” and “full” network monitor tools. Practice deploying remote access. r uses “Lite” 12. 11. Determine whether the IPSec blocking rules are working. actice using ce ng ne network network security protocols. Configure remote access authentication and practice creating a dial-up hen icat ion and prac cat access server. D process. account and understan o rst Explore remote access authorization scenarios and troubleshoot remote access scenarios and troubl c n d connections. Define the meaning of “Kerberos” and understand its use. Unders event logs for troubleshooting. ce configuring serv gur erv rvi Avtech Institute e Page 8 . 10. Understand virtual private networks and troubleshoot remote access and router-to-router etworks and troub o ubl VPNs. Configure access beyond the remote access server and mange remote yond the remote acce n e access clients. ying remote access e access 10.3. Troubleshoot server services by diagnosing and resolving issues related to service ver se ices by diag r servi dependency. N types. Apply the Principle of Least Privilege rule and practice hat affect network t ffec r act actice creating and usin creating and using the security and configuration and analysis console. ng the configurat ion f r 12. Troubleshoot the network protocol security and determine how to make the IPSec policy make the IPSec p a he PSec work.0 Configuring and Managing Remote Access 10. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus 10.1. Deploy the Internet Authentication Service and explore RADIUS server scenarios and hent ication Serv RADIUS proxy scenarios.2.3. Determine whether Determine w rmin wh Kerberos is being used for authentication.1.4. Deploy IAS as a RADIUS server. 11.0 Maintaining a Network Infrastructure 12. Practice troubleshooting IPSec with IPSec eshooting IPS wi s PSec Monitor and troubleshooting logon issues with network monitor. Determine tworking b in Task w performance console differences. Use service recovery options to diagnose and resolve service-related issues service recover r ce eco and practice configuring services. Configure various PN types.3. Monitor network performance with networking tab in Ta Manager. cen r cenarios. Deplo y I p Monitor the network protocol security and understand IPSec as well as the negotiating 2. Understand how to bridge multiple networks network settings.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. Use security templates to and the he f netw administrator network security and understand the network security template settings nistrator netw t e work gs that affect a network security. Tr 11. Service and explore RADIUS server scenarios and e RADIUS server RA S RADIUS proxy scenarios. Understand the use of network security protocols. g 11.1.

0 Preparing MS Exchange Server 2003 Infrastructure 2 2. Remove an organization and understand the pre-requisites that must be met. uisites that must i th 3.0 Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 and active Directory Microsoft Exchan f 1 1.0 Pr 2. its hierarchical structured database and its use across t s acr across domains domains. Prepare forest. mponents. Install Windows Exchange Server 2003 and identify the requirements and components equirements and c which must be installed and enabled to support the installation. Define the operative masters associated and understand how the schema is w e schema is h a related related to active directory.2. Identify how the front-end and back-end server architecture affects the mail and ow the front-end nd w folder access to users. Create a file for unattended Setup and perform an fi f file for unatt attended d unattended installation of Exchange Server 2003. Identify which services rely on each other and identify how authority can be delegated to eac each other and ide her he security groups.0 Configuring a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Infrastructure Se ver 20 Infra er erv n 3. Micr f Exchange icrosoft Ex Learning Objectives g Obj tiv 1. Define what 1. Remove an exchange server from an 2003.1. Prepare t preps and understand the groups associated with it.3.1. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus Course: NEPE 110 (Exam 70-284) Text / Lab Books : MCSA/MCSE Implementing and Managing Exchange Server 2003 Exa 70-284 ge Server r E Exam Will Willis & Ian McLean Microsoft Press ISBN-13:978-0-7356-1899-2 ISBN-10: 0-7356-1899-2 Course Description In this course students will lean to implement and manage a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 will lean to implem ean Environment. Und tand how mi nde derst affects administrative and routing groups strative and routing a e dr u 3. Understand how mixed mode native mode is used and how it .1. e 3. This course aids in the preparation for the Microsoft Exam 70-284: Implementing ourse aids in the pr e th and Managing a Microsoft Exchang Server 2003 certification exam. Add and remove Exchange 2003 components by re-running Setup and move Exchange Ex ge e changing the installed components. Perform an installation of Exchange Perf rm an install erfo Server 2003 into a new organization. domain tallat ion. el l 2. Define what active directory is. Avtech Institute e Page 9 .MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. users. Define and enable and manage administrative and routing groups in Exchange nd manage administ min System Manager.

Perform an upgrade from an existing Exchange Server and migrate all its resources to de fro m an exist in o i the new server. Identify how ADC is used and its relation between Active Directory and Exchange ive Directory a v ect Server 5.2. Manage and enable email properties for public purpose public fo lder p public f der er folders.1. Create a fail back policy. Install Exchange Server in a clustered environment. ss lists. 4.3.0 Public Folders 8.5 organization.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. Install Exchange Server 2003 in a Front-End and Back-End configuration. 7.2.0 Managing Recipient Objects and Address Lists 7.2.5 4. storage limits a t lim Avtech Institute e Page 10 . Configure recipient objects such as recipient types and manage mailboxes and mailt types and manag n enabled groups.5 Install the ADC and recognize which user accounts are to be used to install h user acc unts are t r accou the ADC. ered envi onment. Create and apply recipient policies.1. Configure directory synchronization using ADC tools configure advanced ion using ADC tool n connection agreements. Set storage limits and replication settings through a public store policy or . such as storage limits. Identify what is required to use clustering technologies and define the two technologies 1.3.1. exist ing Exchange S i Ex 4. Create and 8. Define the use of a public folder and creating a public folders as well as configuring a e public fo lder cf general purpose public folder tree.400 and the requirements associated with it.1. 5. messaging restrictions. Mange a Recipient Update Service and ter address lists. Identify wha f ha o techno logies hno ogi that exist that exist in Windows Server 2003. M ddr s work offline with address lists. 6 3. messaging e limi essa addresses and mailbox rights and define the system policies used to configure these define the system p f ne sy m settings.2. 6.0 Migrating from MS Exchange Server and Other Mail Systems ange Server and er 5. o figur Understand which servers work best with Network load balancing and Cluster alancing and Clust Service and identify the guidelines related to them. Troubleshoot connectivity between Active Directory and exchange Server 5. Create an Exchange Server 2003 Virtual Server and mange Exchange Server 2003 Creat Crea Server 2003 e ve 003 cl cluster. Configure Ex E Exchange Server 2003 to coexist with other messaging systems by installing e Server connectors for Lotus Notes and X. Migrate tors for L fo Not e from one messaging system to another. Create.0 Coexistence with Microsoft Exchange Server 5. forwarding age limit s. nnection agreement t e 5.1.5 by merging n Active Directory a duplicate accounts and troubleshooting ADC and site replication service to resolve hooting ADC and si in replication problems and connection agreement issues. 7. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus 4. r. configuration. Identify the use of the Exchange Task Wizard.0 Installing MS Exchange Server 2003 Clusters nstalling MS Exch 6. nvir 6. Install Exchange Server 2003 into an existing Exchange Server 5. Configure settings on Ex Exchange Task Wiza Ta an individual user basis. m one messaging s ging 6. modify and administer address lists.

Configure 10. Configure gur SMTP server to retrieve email in a queue from a remote SMTP server. NNTP clients. 10. HTTP and SMTP virtual servers. servers. Maintain a virtual server by viewing and managing er authent icat ion. Configure SMTP relays to restrict relay traffic. Administer and delegate various levels of administrative control over administrative d delegate various l g v i groups to user and security groups. Use nslookup erver. Identify the guidelines used securing mailboxes. Configure the junk email feature in ed securing mailb ecu Outlook 2003 and enable connection filtering.2. Prevent or restrict open estrict open t rela relaying and restrict users and groups from sending and receiving email. Use Asdiedit.1. Assign advanced security permissions by delegating user and securit y gr e ecu i g roles to users and groups to grant local rights. HTTP and NNT TTP 9. Configure incoming and outgoing connections on SMTP server and secure traffic by gur ecure traffic by ffi using a using authentication. Use nsloo sl and telnet utilities to identify message delivery failure.2. r cat connected users on an IMAP4 virtual server.1.2. Download erv r rv rver use R s antivirus software to protect against computer viruses such as worms.1.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. Manage SMTP message transfer support and define how SMTP and ESMTP are used to Manage SMTP mes na s used to implement conn implement a connection. 11.2. 9. 8. NNTP. Move public folders within a public folder tree.3. Configure virtual servers and configure additional virtual servers on both front-end and d configure addit i o gur back-end Exchange Server 2003 servers.exe tool to configure s and group ups Avtech Institute e Page 11 . Configure mail.2. u n an IMAP4 AP 10. IMAP4.3. 11. Understand how Exchange Server 2003 supports connectivity to other systems through ectivit y to other sy i the configuration of SMTP. NNTP. ts f r specific user s fo c IMAP4. POP3. encryption and reverse DNS lookup. 10. Encrypt emails and ect ect ions and acce acce configure a virtual server to relay email for POP3 and IMAP4 clients. fo lder tree. D Limit and control connections and access using authentication. Distinguish virtual servers by host name. tree. Trojan horses and inst computer viru mpu prepare an antivirus strategy. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus through public folders. 10. Configure permissions through Exchange System Manager for a public folder. Deploy digital signature and encryption ble connection filt i certificates. Define the server a Envi requirements of POP3.0 Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Security y 11. Understand how a firewall works and identify the requirements of strong firewall identify d f require protection. Control Internet access with the use of additional SMTP m me e MTP virtual server virtual server and connectors. l v ff ffic. Configure Exchange Server 2003 to use RPC over HTTP. 11. ger for public f e fo public Configure email related properties and administrative rights to run utilities that set public rights to run uti g folder settings such as limits and replication. Define the purpose of Exchange Server 2003 Virtual Servers and how it is used in a ver e Virtual Se u Windows Clustering and network balancing Environ balancing Environment. 4. Identify the three l server to relay em v l methods of user authentication. Override global defaults for specific users to support HTTP.0 SMTP Protocol Configuration and Management P Protocol C f g o Confi 10.0 Virtual Servers 9.

0 14. ope o 14. and encryption and digital ivit y across firewal v acr signatures as well as checking that email is encrypted. Disable services on Exchange able services on le Server 2003 that are not required. Identify how storage technologies are used. s checking that em c 14.4. Identify the services used by Exchange Server 2003. technologies that sup logi h ogie DNS. virtual servers. Check available disk e conso le.0 Troubleshooting MS Exchange Server 2003 14. Use diagnostic logging function using Exchange System Manager. permissions. Schedule maintenance tasks and use performance and protocol logs to mange mailbox 2. 14. backup an l e ackup how to configure an alert. Troubleshoot Server health. k data and the str Recover databases from disaster and backup and restore system state data.0 Monitoring MS Exchange Server 2003 xc ange Server r 13.2.3. Understand how to perform daily tasks using the logs generated by Event Viewer and its w to perform daily fo performance console. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus advanced administrative settings.1. Troubleshoot technologies that support the Exchange Server such as the host resolution.2. s 14. front and back-end servers. Identify how to troubleshoot connectivity. Increase the range of events written to event viewer by ncrease eas rang o ng nge configuring diagnostic logging.1. Differentiate between the echno log s are used hno ogies different methods used to back up data and the strategies used to perform such backups.. DNS and Active Directory operation. ot troubleshoot conn e migration and interoperability. gging. Troubleshoot connectivity across firewalls. ory operation. tire network. virtual s o space on volumes. i 13. Understand how Exchange Server 2003 manages data and how transaction logs protect manages data an your data. virtual servers. n volum l mes.0 Backup and Restore 12. Use dia Understand the use of the monitoring and status utility. Understand how to review and mange the badmail folder and postmaster mailbox Under d master mailbo x t o on regu on a regular basis. he monitor stat a 13.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure.4. Troubleshoot the installation of Exchange Server 2003 and become familiar with and become famili n mili removing an Exchange Server 2003.1. backup and restore and understand clusters. Schedule mainte l mailbo x l lim limits.5. Troubleshoot public. and anti virus products. Perform a aster and backup a r ackup trial restore to restore an entire network. Use eseutil s and isin and isinteg tools to defragment Exchange database and repair its integrity should an rity should an y oul issu issue arise. Configure diagnostic levels and erstand the us r d se th d the monitor and status utility. Active Directory issues and network connectivity. front and back-en f k Restrict write and delete permissions on public folders to create top level public folders ssio ns on public fo ld i public to select users and groups. 11. 12. Manage and analyze an ARP ve Directory ue e ect es packet. Use eseutil gula er. and connectivity. Monitor mailbox size log events using Event Viewer. Use support tools such as netdiag and dcdiag to check s h as netdiag a a network connectivity. 14. clusters. Use Exchange System Manager to configure protocol em Manager to m age logging for HTTP virtual servers. data storage. Avtech Institute e Page 12 . .

quizzes and examinations. demonstrations.0 – 2. discussion. A mid-course and end course examination will be given. quizzes and exami zzes lab based components. written lab exercises.9 2.0 3. written classroom exercises. including but not limited to.0 – 3.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. Some quizzes may be entirely or contain . may be ut ilize zed lecture. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus Prerequisite Familiarity with PC & Windows OS Contact Hours ______ Contact Hours (Lecture ___ Hours / Lab ____ Hours) Hours) ) Semester Credit Hours __________ semester credit hours Teaching Strategies A variety of teaching strategies may be utilized in this course.9 0 0 0 0 Avtech Institute e Page 13 .9 1.0 – 1. mid mid-course and Method of Evaluating Students va ing Stud Grade Distribution but ion u Class Attendance ttendance d Mid Term d Term Te Finals Finals a Special Projec Special Projects Makeup projects al l Total Total 10 30 50 10 100% Grading Policy At the end of each course. each student is assigned a final grade as follows: grade a fo llows: d f o Point Range 90 – 100 80 – 89 70 – 79 60 – 69 Below 60 N/A N/A N/A Interpretation Excellent Very Good Average Poor Failure ilure l Wit hdrawal Withdrawal Pa P Pass Inco mplet Incomplete mple Grade Grade A B C D F W P I Quality Points 4. performance based lab ssroom ssroom exercis rc exercises.

In ude nt competencie t mp conjunct conjunction with your course structure. A student receiving a grade of F has failed the course. disrupt the l t rup upt Copyright Infringement Specific exemptions to copyright infringement are made for student use in the context of learning nge ngement re made f activities. alcohol or drug use. Graphic design students often download images from the Internet. or scan images often download im ad from publications. rcises and proje i oj Adherence to the school attendance policy.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. use e. As long as this work is for educational purpose. all disrupt the learning process. Requirements for Successful Completion of the Course p tion of C At a minimum. Course Policies Disruptive Behavior Disruptive behavior is an activity that interferes with learning and teaching.0. A second occurrence may ent work must receiv n m i Avtech Institute e Page 14 . tardiness. ktop computer for op er Equipment Breakdown Lab room kdown wn w room o Videos and Projector Projector r Library Assignments rar Assignm To be determined by the instructor. e must be repeated and passed to meet Avtech Institute’s graduation requirements. etc. whether voluntarily or involuntarily. cheating. all students involved in the conscious decision arism is evident to misrepresent work must receive an F as the grade for the project. Inappropriate wit h learning an talking during class. please select a project/paper that best demonstrates what best demonstra you have learned in this course and add it to your program portfolio. A failed course ed the course. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus A student earning a grade of D or above is considered to have passed the course and is eligible to ssed the course and d u pursue further studies. and subject to faculty this work is for fo permission. etc. m. surfing inappropriate website. uh . This often involves e misrepr ent i eprese the use by one student or another student’s design. a olicy Equipment Needed ed Industry standard desktop computer for lab exercises. In the udent or another stud e tud event that plagiarism is evident and documented. r of cell phone. playing lout music during class. cheati . dance po y. students must achieve the following: wing: i A passing grade of D or above Completion of all required examinations ations n Submission of all required lab exercises and projects and. Plagiarism Faculty cannot tolerate the misrepresentation of work as the student’s own. this is not a problem. in addition to at ion requirem equ an overall program GPA of 2. tardiness. e determined by d Po tfolio A Portfolio Assignment tf Student pr Student program outcome portfolios are required to demonstrate student competencies.

All d academic success a mic ucce students must arrive on time and prepared to learn at each class session. At the faculty member’s learn t each cla ear discretion. Maintaining a Mic na Mi soft Exam 70-291 f Ex 70Implementing Implementing and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003: Microsoft Exam 70-284 en n m 70-284 70- Avtech Institute e Page 15 . Attendance Attendance and Lateness In education and the workplace. This course aids in the preparation for the Microsoft Exam 70-290: Managing and ronment. and ng. n failure. e than two wee l eeks eek In this course students will lean to manage and maintain a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 course students o ude Environment. This cou o n h Managing and n Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment. Managing. Homework should be emailed to your mework must be h o instructor if you are going to miss a class. Maintaining Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure: Microsoft Exam 70-291. Implementing. more than two weeks late you will receive a failing grade on the project. students may be marked absent if they arrive more than 15 minutes late to any class.MCSA&MCSE: 70-290/70-291: Win Server 2003 Environment/Network Infrastructure. regular attendance is necessary if individuals are to excel. Attendance is mandatory. an e nd kt f full grades. sent f they arrive m n rri More that five absences in a class that meets twice per week or more that two absences in a class at meets twice per w eet i that meets once per week may result in a failure. and return to the school only after a review by the chool only after r ool y Academic Standards Committee. and aint ai taining Micro i o naging. Make-Up Work Late Projects and Homework ework All projects and homework must be handed in on time. and work that is submitted two weeks late will result in the loss of two full grade. 70-284: Exchange Server ange Se Syllabus result in suspension for the rest of the quarter. There nce is necessary if i c ecessa is a direct correlation between attendance and academic success. Work that is submitted one week late will result in the re go e o miss mis e loss of one full grade.

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