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Active Directory
Active Directory Training Videos:
How to Install Active Directory (the right way!)
Active Directory Replication
Group Policy & GPOs
How to Create a "Good" OU Structure
Active Directory "How To" - FSMO Roles
Delegation of Administrative Tasks
Global Catalog Servers
Universal Group Membership Caching
Active Directory "How To" - Domain Functional Levels
Active Directory "How To" - Forest Functional Levels
Schema Management
Universal Principal Names (UPNs)
How to Troubleshoot Active Directory
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Active Directory for Windows Server 2008 Exam 70-640
Active Directory Server 2008 Course Outline:
Introduction to the Course
Basic Active Directory Terms
The First Two Domain Controllers
Setting up Remote Desktop on Your Personal Vista Client
Creating OU's, Users, Computers and Groups in Active Directory
Setting Up Shared Folders, Drives and Printers
Get Your Control Freak On: Group Policy Objects
How to Make Your Boss Mad and then Fix it Really Fast
Computer Policies and Preferences
How to Install Software on a lot of Machines Without Getting Up From Your Desk
What's My P@ssw0rd Again?
Passing the Buck: Delegating Control of a Group
Creating Backup Solutions Before Stuff Blows Up
Preventing Problems: Changing up the FSMO's
Defragging, Auditing and Monitoring
Adding a Child Domain by Creating a New Domain Controller
Giving People Access to Stuff that's 790 Miles Away: Introducing Universal Groups and AGUDLP
Creating an RODC and DNS Server in Server Core
Recovering Lost OU's
What Do You Do When Your Domain Controllers Crash?!?
Getting Your Windows Server 2003 Domain Controllers Upgraded to Windows Server 2008
Auditing and Monitoring AD
Certification: It's Really Not That Scary
Additional DNS Training
Active Directory Certificate Services 101
Lightweight Directory Services 101
Rights Management Services 101

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Active Directory Group Policy
Group Policy Training Videos:
Group Policy Replication
How Group Policy Inheritance Works
Deploy Applications using MSI Files
How to Create a ZAP File
Deploy Applications using ZAP Files
Publish and Assign Applications through Group Policy
Learn to Use the Resultant Set of Policy (RSOP) Tool
Perform "What If?" Scenarios to Test Group Policy
Write Login Scripts to Perform Administrative Functions
Backup and Restore Group Policy Objects (GPOs)
Learn How to Lockdown the Desktop using GPOs
How to Backup Active Directory & System State Data
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Active Directory Client Deployment
Active Directory Management Training Videos:
Learn How to Run Remote Installation Services (RIS)
Use "riprep" to make variations of your RIS images
How to Use Active Directory Command Line Tools
Use Symantec Ghost to Deploy Client Images
Perform an Authoritative Restore on Active Directory
How to use the "ntdsutil" command
How to Automate the Process of Creating Users/Groups
Modify LDAP Attributes by Using the ADSI Editor
Use the "csvde" command to Import/Export to Active Directory
How to Use the "dsadd" command to Add/Modify Users
Add Domain Controllers across the WAN from a Backup
How to Backup Active Directory & System State Data
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Active Directory Sites and Services
Active Directory Sites and Services Training Videos:
Learn How to Setup Efficient Replication between Two Sites
Build Sites...Step-by-Step
Configure WAN Settings to Allow your Sites to Communicate
Use Site Link Objects to Control Replication
Learn How a Preferred Bridgehead Server can Boost Performance
Setup Site Link Bridges between Two Sites
Use "replmon" to Monitor Active Directory Replication Traffic
Perform Replication Diagnostics using the "repadmin" command
Learn how to "Seize" and Transfer Operation Masters (FSMO) Roles
Use the "ADSizer" tool to do capacity planning for Active Directory
Add Additional Global Catalog Servers to your Network
Determine which Domain/Forest Functional Level to Run
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Application Infrastructure Training Windows Server 2008 70-643
Video 1
Welcome to Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure
Of course, we have to start out with the standard "here's-what-you-can-expect-in-the-course." In this video you'll get to learn a little bit about your instructor, the Globomantics scenario that will span the course, and what we're going to be building.
Key Topics:
* About Your Instructor
* What's Covered in this Course
* Globomantics Scenario
* What We'll Build in this Course
Video 2
Setting Up Hyper-V Server
You know that Virtualization is hot right now and it shows no signs of cooling off. In this video I'll show you how to build your own Hyper-V Server. Plus, I will teach you Virtualization skills that will be used throughout the remainder of this course.
Key Topics:
* Here’s What We Are Starting Out With
* What? You Mean I Don’t Need More Hardware?
* Microsoft’s Virtualization Whizbang
* What You Need to Set Up a Hyper-V Server of Your Very Own
* Our Scenario
* New Hyper-V Machine Configuration
* Creating a New Single Volume
* Installing Hyper-V Role
* Creating a New Hyper-V Machine
* Virtual Machine Connection Window Buttons
* Installing Virtual Windows 2008
* Installing Virtualization Extensions
* Windows Server 2008 Configuration
* What We’ve Built
Video 3
How to Set Up Windows Deployment Services
Windows Deployment Services (WDS) is an awesome new Server Role that makes deploying servers (and clients) super-easy. Make sure you get a solid handle on the skills in this video because I'll being showing you how to work with WDS throughout the course!
Key Topics:
* Before We Begin
* Windows Deployment Services Will Make You a Happy Camper
* Setting Up WDS in Like 3 Easy Steps
* Initial Configuration Tasks on Deploy Server
* Windows Deployment Services Configuration
* Adding Images
* Creating 2 Virtual Machines at the Same Time
* Creating Multicast Transmission to Install OS on 3 Machines at Once
* Our End Results
* Unattended Installation Answer File
Video 4
How to Install Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0
Microsoft put IIS 7 through a huge overhaul and now it has a cool new interface. I'll show you the two different flavors of IIS: Web Server and Application Server and teach you which option to use. We'll do all of this and build a SharePoint Services Site during this video.
Key Topics:
* Where Are We So Far?
* Application Server or Web Server?
* Finishing Up Windows Server 2008 Installation from Previous Video
* Installing Application Server Role
* Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager Overview
* Installing SharePoint Services
* Creating New SharePoint Site
* Application Pools
* Sites
* SharePoint User Access
* Central Administration
Video 5
IIS 7 Manager and FTP Tools
How many times have you had to make bizarre or obscure changes to the configuration of a website because your web developers needed one particular feature altered? Well, that's a thing of the past because there are some sweet tools in Windows Server 2008 that will allow you to hand control of a website over to a developer without having to give administrator access to the entire web server. I’ll show you how to make your life easier when working with the "other side" of IT.
Key Topics:
* Globomantics Scenario
* Enabling Remote Management in IIS 7
* Creating IIS Manager User
* Setting Up SharePoint Site Access
* IIS Manager Client Installation
* IIS Configuration for SharePoint Site
* Getting FTP Up and Running
* Testing FTP
* New FTP Manager for IIS 7 Installation
* Configuring New FTP Service
* SMTP Installation
* SMTP Configuration
* SMTP Email Configuration
Video 6
Implementing SSL for IIS 7
Security has never been more important and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is an easy way to implement secure transmission. In this video, I'll show you how to implement SSL for your SharePoint Site using the certificate that comes with SharePoint Services. You'll be able to play along at home with this lesson and it won't cost you anything extra for the SSL certificate.
Key Topics:
* A Quick Intro to SSL
* Globomantics Scenario
* How to Setup SSL in IIS
* Creating and Applying Hyper-V Snapshots
* Creating Self-Signed Certificate
* Getting Certificates from 3rd Party and Certificate Authority
* Enabling and Assigning SSL for SharePoint Site
* Enabling SharePoint to Utilize SSL in Central Administration
* Switching Certificates and Editing Bindings
Video 7
Terminal Services
The CEO of Globomantics has been on a spending spree again, this time for a report writing plug-in based in Microsoft Office. Your mission, and you have no choice but to accept it, is to make a copy of Microsoft Office available via Terminal Services. Terminal Services to the rescue! In this video, I'll give you a run-down of Terminal Services and show you how to get it installed.
Key Topics:
* Globomantics Scenario
* Components of Terminal Services
* What Makes Up Terminal Services?
* Installing Terminal Services Role
* Authentication Method
* Licensing Mode
* User Groups
* Server Authentication Certificate
* Authorization Policies
* Network Policy and Access Services
* Web Server (IIS)
* Verifying TS Role Installation
Video 8
Implementing Remote Applications
Here's where I show you how to make Microsoft Office (and really, most applications) available from a Windows Server 2008 machine. I'll show you the joys of Shortcuts and Terminal Services Web Access, and talk to you about how Terminal Services Gateway comes into the picture when it comes to giving your field agents access to an application while they're running around the countryside making money.
Key Topics:
* Globomantics Scenario
* Installing MS Office Enterprise
* Using RemoteApp Wizard
* Configuring RemoteApp Deployment Settings
* Adding Computer Accounts of the TS Web Access Server to Security Group
* Accessing Applications Through TS Web Access
* Editing Remote Desktop Users Group
* Accessing Applications from Vista Client
* Distributing Applications to Users Using Group Policy
* TS Gateway Overview
* TS Gateway Manager
* Configuring TS Gateway Settings
Video 9
Creating Highly Available Solutions with Network Load Balancing
When it comes to making services available to your users, you know that if a particular application performs slowly or just stops altogether, it becomes a matter of dollars lost in terms of productivity. In this video we tackle some High Availability techniques and implement Terminal Services Load Balancing. We also get into the Terminal Services Session Broker, and show you how to create a duplicate machine using Windows Deployment Services.
Key Topics:
* Globomantics Scenario
* The Big Three
* The Steps for Building a Deployment Services Image to Create Duplicate Machines
* Creating a Capture Boot Image
* Running sysprep on TS1
* Capturing the Image on TS1
* Creating a Brand New Server
* Deploying Images Using Deployment Services
* Installing TS Session Broker
* Each Terminal Server in the Farm to the Session Directory Computers Local Group
* Configuring a Terminal Server to Join a Farm in TS Session Broker
* Configuring DNS for TS Session Broker Load Balancing
* Checking our Farm
Video 10
Setting Up Windows Media Server and Intro to Clustering
Yep, Hank's been out again. He has been visiting other companies, seeing what they're doing with technology, coming back to the office, and wanting you to do the same thing. This time it's GloboTV. He's wants you to create a mini-TV station over the network so he can put himself on the screens of every Globomantics desktop and laptop in the domain. So, we're going to implement Windows Media Services in this video. And then, in the name of science, we'll do a little experiment in clustering two Media Services Hyper-V machines together. Will it work, or will it blow up in our face?
Key Topics:
* Globomantics Scenario
* Get Media Server Installed
* Downloading Windows Media Services 2008
* Installing Windows Media Services 2008
* Installing Streaming Media Services Role
* Windows Media Services Overview
* Publishing Points
* Creating a Basic Publishing Point
* Testing the Streaming Video
* Advanced Publishing Point Wizard
* Clustering: a Weird Word for Fault Tolerance
* Media Services Clustering Experiment
* Capturing Image
* Creating a Duplicate Media Services Machine
* Installing Failover Clustering Feature
* Creating a Cluster
* Viewing Cluster Results
* Configuring Cluster Quorum Settings
* Configuring a Service with High Availability Wizard
* Testing Clustering
Video 11
Certification
In this video, I'll give you an update on the new generation of Microsoft Certifications for Windows Server 2008, and give you my secrets for passing the exams.
Key Topics:
* New Generation of Windows Server 2008 Certifications
* What You Need to Take for Each Credential
* Upgrade Paths for MCSAs/MCSEs
* How to Sign Up for a Microsoft Exam?
* 70-643 Exam Prep Tips
Video 12
Exam Prep - Automated Activation
We'll take a look at some really fun acronyms that represent some nifty technologies to help you with deployments. Activating servers? Doing something with license keys? Yeah, it's in this video.
Key Topics:
* It's All About the Keys
* Volume Activation Management Tool
* Key Management Service
* KMS Commands
Video 13
Exam Prep - Storage Review
This exam prep video provides a quick review of some core storage concepts that might show up on the exam. Nothing earth shattering here, but there is some interesting stuff on SANs, NASs, and iSCSI.
Key Topics:
* Excitement of Storage
* Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (RAID)
* Network Attached Storage (NAS) Vs. Storage Area Network (SAN)
* Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) and iSCSI
* Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) and Internet Small Computer
Systems Interface (iSCSI)
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DHCP Server
DHCP Server Training Videos:
How to Setup your First Windows DHCP Server!
How to Authorize DHCP within Active Directory
DHCP Scope Options -- Which ones should you use?
Using a DHCP Superscope to handle multiple Networks
Setting up a Fault Tolerant DHCP Solution
How to Stop Rogue DHCP Servers from handing out IPs!
How to Setup a DHCP Relay Agent
Learn the differences in "Reservations" & "Exclusions"
Test and Troubleshoot DHCP from an XP Client
How to Backup and Restore a DHCP Database
Learn How to Monitor a DHCP Server's Active Leases
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DNS Server
DNS Server Training Videos:
How to Setup your First DNS Server in Windows!
How to Create a Forward Lookup Zone
Learn the Details about how DNS Works!
Setup Resource Records, including A, PTR, MX and more
How to implement Dynamic DNS (DDNS)
Setup Conditional Forwarding
Learn How to Delegate Authority to another DNS Server
Connect to an ISP and Change DNS Settings
How to Create a Stub Zone and why you need one!
Learn the benefits of Split-Brain DNS
Test and Troubleshoot DNS Servers
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Exchange Server 2007
Learn Exchange Server 2007 by watching it Configured on a Live Network
Get certified! Exam Coverage for MCTS 70-236: Microsoft Exchange Server 2007, Configuration
Become a pro at Installing, Configuring, and Managing Exchange Server 2007
Learn at your own pace and at a fraction of the price compared to classroom learning!
Try the "Best Computer Training on the Planet" Absolutely Risk Free! -- Money Back Guarantee
You get 20+ hours of instructor led Exchange Server 2007 Training Videos
Taught by a Microsoft MVP with an MCSE and over 10 years of real world experience - Dave Shackelford
Discover how to Develop Secure, Efficient Systems and how to Integrate OWA
Learn how to Backup and Restore your Exchange Server 2007
Master all the new features that come with Exchange Server 2007
“If an IT person is looking to make an investment in him or herself, they should get the Train Signal courses. You WILL be an Expert once you take the time to complete them.” Testimonial from Andy Arvai (Systems Specialist for Eddie Bauer Corp.)
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Exchange Server 2007 Backup and Recovery
Exchange Server 2007 Backup and Recovery Course Outline
Video 1
Introduction
Get a first look at the scenario we will be using throughout the course, learn who your instructor is, and find out what you can expect in the course.
Key Points:
* Instructor Introduction
* Lab Setup
* Topics We'll Cover
* How this Course Works
Video 2
Exchange Backup and Recovery Architecture Overview
Be prepared when disaster strikes! In this video you will discover how to develop your own backup and recovery architecture, so that you will know what your recovery point objective is and what your recovery time objective should be, before a crisis occurs.
Key Points:
* Recovery Principles
* Recovery Point Objective (RPO)
* Recovery Time Objective (RTO)
* Retention Range
* Database Architecture
* File Backup
* Open–File Backups
* Brick–Level Backups
* Streaming Backup Overview
* The Streaming Backup Process
* The Streaming Backup Process
* Volume Shadowcopy Service (VSS) Backups
* The VSS Backup Process
* Recovery Storage Groups
* Clustering and High Availability
Video 3
General Practices
It is important to understand certain aspects of backup and recovery that are not specific to Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008. To truly be able to implement a backup and recovery solution you need to understand more than just how to use the Windows native backup tools. This video will fill in the gaps when it comes to the general practices of backup and recovery.
Key Points:
* Database Placement
* Sizing Databases
* The Mailbox Server Role Storage Requirements Calculator
* Retention Principles
* Setting Retention
* Deleted Item Recovery
* System State
* Database Portability
* Best Practices
Video 4
Native Exchange Backup on Server 2003
In this video we will focus specifically on the built in backup tools in a Windows Server 2003 environment.
Key Points:
* Offline Backup
* Streaming Backup
* Best Practices
Video 5
Native Exchange Backup on Server 2008
In this video we will focus specifically on the built in backup tools in a Windows Server 2008 environment.
Key Points:
* Overview of Backup Options on Server 2008
* NTBackup on Server 2008
* Using Remote Streaming Backup with NTBackup
* The Volume Shadowcopy Service (VSS) Backup Snap–In
* Backing Up with VSS
* Troubleshooting VSS
* Best Practices
Video 6
DPM Architecture and Requirements
In this video you will learn everything you need to know about how to prepare to use the Data Protection Manager. This includes: installation preperation, licensing and even clustering.
Key Points:
* How Data Protection Manager (DPM) Works
* DPM Concepts
* Diagram 1: Disc Allocation, Protection Groups, Storage Pools, and More
* Diagram 2: The File Express Backup Process
* Diagram 3: The Exchange Express Backup Process
* What DPM Requires
* DPM Licensing
* DPM and Clustering
* Best Practices
Video 7
DPM Installation and Configuration
This video will walk you through step–by–step installation and configuration of the Data Protection Manager.
Key Points:
* Install the Necessary Hotfix
* Prerequisite Check
* Installation Settings
* Install DPM
* Walkthrough the DPM 2007 Administrator Console
* Creating the Storage Pool
* Installing the DPM Agent
* Disabling and Uninstalling the DPM Agent
Video 8
Backing up with DPM
This video will show you how to begin backing up your Exchange 2007 databases using DPM. An emphasis will be placed on proper planning for your DPM backup so that you are in the best position to create the best possible backup.
Key Points:
* Creating a Protection Group
* Check the Results of the Protection Group Creation
* Monitoring Replication
* The Recovery, Reporting, and Management Tabs
* Best Practices
Video 9
Mailbox Recovery
There are multiple methods of Mailbox Recovery. We are going to work hands–on with each one so that you will be comfortable with any Mailbox Recovery method.
Key Points:
* Recovering a mailbox with NTBackup
* Recovering a mailbox from a Windows Backup
* Recovering a mailbox with DPM
* Best Practices
Video 10
Server and Database Recovery
It is inevitable that at some point a database or server will fail. When this happens, you need to know what your options are for recovery and how to implement your recovery plan. This video will not only teach you what your options are for recovery but will also demonstrate the actual restore and recovery processes that will keep the data in your databases and servers from disappearing for good.
Key Points:
* Restoring a Database Overview
* NTBackup Recovery to the Production Database
* DPM Recovery
* Dialtone Recovery
* Restore to a Separate Server Using DPM
* CAS Backup
* EDGE Backup
* Rebuilding a Failed EDGE Server
* Best Practices
Video 11
Alternative Backup Options
A recurring theme in this course has been exploring all options for backup and recovery. In this video will delve into other backup and recovery options so that you are aware of every possibility that is available and can select the option that is right for you.
Key Points:
* Internet Backup
* Other Products
* No Backups
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Exchange Server 2007 PowerShell
Exchange Server 2007 PowerShell Course Outline
Video 1
Course Introduction
* Meet Your Instructor
* What You will Get in this Course
* What You Should Know for this Course
Video 2
Introduction to PowerShell: Part 1
* PowerShell vs. Exchange Management Shell
* PowerShell Terminology
* Getting Help
* Formatting Output
* Operators
* Scripts
Video 3
Introduction to PowerShell: Part 2
* A PowerShell Editor
* Variables and Constants
* Variable Types
* Explicit vs. Implicit
* Variable Manipulation
* Variable Scope
* Loops
* While Loop Examples
* For Loop Examples
* What We Covered and What You Should Know
Video 4
Functions and File Manipulation in PowerShell
* Functions
* Function Parameters
* The Switch Statement
* Writing to a File
* Reading from a File
Video 5
Active Directory and Exchange Objects
* Scenario
* Active Directory Terminology
* The Anatomy of Active Directory Objects
* PowerShell GUI-Equivalent Commands
* Non-GUI Object Creation
* Difference Between Group Objects
Video 6
Accessing Databases with PowerShell
* Scenario
* Creating the Databases
* Creating an SQL View Connected to AD
* The Initial View
* Make it Intelligent
* The Synchronization Table
* Read Information from an SQL Server
* Write Information to an SQL Server
Video 7
Bringing it All Together
* Scenario
* Project Plan
* The Foundation for the Project
* Capabilities Used
* Employee Script Walk through
* Run and Check the Results of the Employee Script
* Customer Script Walk through
* Run the Customer Script
* Verify the Scripts Results in AD and OWA
Video 8
Database Creation Video
* Creating the Sample Databases
* Running the Scripts
* Customize the PowerShell Scripts for Your Use
Bonus Content #1
SQL Database Creation Scripts
These files contain the scripts needed to set up the database used in the course.
Bonus Content #2
Sample PowerShell Scripts
These files contain the scripts that are used throughout the course.
Bonus Content #3
AD Attribute List
This is a Excel reference file listing PowerShell commands and their parameters for Exchange-related Active Directory objects. It lists many PowerShell commands, what they do, their attributes, and their parameters.
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Exchange Server 2003
Exchange Server Training Videos:
How to Install Exchange Server (the right way!)
Setup Mailboxes for your Active Directory Users
How to Configure MX Records in DNS
Configuration of Outlook to work with Exchange
Outlook Configuration to work with POP3 & IMAP4
Setup Exchange to Receive Email for Multiple Domains
How to Setup Exchange to Work Behind a Firewall
How to Use GFI Mail Security to Scan Email for Viruses
Setup Outlook Web Access (OWA) for Remote Email
How to a Install SSL Certificate and Secure OWA
Configure Message Filters to Block SPAM
Use of Storage Groups & Mail Stores in Exchange 2003
How to Setup a Public Folder Structure
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Exchange Server 2000
Exchange Server Training Videos:
How to Install Exchange Server (the right way!)
Setup Mailboxes for your Active Directory Users
How to Configure MX Records in DNS
Configuration of Outlook to work with Exchange
Outlook Configuration to work with POP3 & IMAP4
Setup Exchange to Receive Email for Multiple Domains
How to Setup Exchange to Work Behind a Firewall
How to Use GFI Mail Security to Scan Email for Viruses
Setup Outlook Web Access (OWA) for Remote Email
How to a Install SSL Certificate and Secure OWA
Configure Message Filters to Block SPAM
Use of Storage Groups & Mail Stores in Exchange 2000
How to Setup a Public Folder Structure
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Windows File Servers
Windows File Server Training Videos:
How to Plan/Setup a File Server...from the beginning!
Important Differences between Hardware & Software RAID
How to Setup a Network Share (the right way!)
Control user's access to sensitive files -- NTFS Permissions
Partition Sizing: How big should the system partition be?
Know when to use a Basic Disk and when to go Dynamic!
How to use Disk Quotas to Control Disk Usage
Make your File Servers "Fault Tolerant" with DFS
Learn to Recover "Lost" Files with Shadow Copies (VSS)
Map Network Drives using a Login Script
Setup Offline Files - Access your File Server Remotely!
Advanced Permission Settings -- Access Control List (ACL)
How to Troubleshoot Share & NTFS Permissions
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IIS Web Servers
Web Server Training Videos:
How to Setup your First Web Server in IIS!
How to Create a "test" Web Site
Setup a Secure Website using NTFS Permissions
DNS Setup -- Allow the Public to connect to your Server!
Learn How to Setup a FTP Server
Host Multiple sites on one Server -- We'll Show you How!
How to Secure a IIS Web Server
Learn to Delegate Control of Websites to different people
How Host Headers are used for Multiple Websites
Learn to Optimize a Web Server for better Performance
Test and Troubleshoot a IIS Web Server
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ISA Server 2004
ISA Server Training Videos:
How to Install ISA Server 2004 (the right way!)
Learn to Deploy ISA Server in Multiple Environments
Use Access Policies to Allow/Disallow Internet Access
Learn How to Configure SecureNAT
Publish Applications including Web, Email OWA & More
Learn How to Setup a VPN through ISA Server
Configure ISA Arrays & Cache Array Routing Protocol (CARP)
Learn How to Monitor & Read Logs in ISA Server
The Best 3rd Party Products to Use with ISA Server
Configure Access Policy to Stop Spyware/AdWare & Spam
Compare ISA Server to other Firewall on the Market
Configure & Manage Web Caching in ISA Server
Coverage of Client Side Firewalls, including Zone Alarm
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SharePoint Server 2007
ISharePoint Server 2007 Training Videos:
Installing SharePoint
Improve Team Productivity
Create and Edit Files Inside SharePoint
Simplify Business Procedures
Create a Community Knowledgebase For Your Company
SharePoint Troubleshooting and Advanced Features
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Small Business Server 2003
SBS 2003 R2 Training Videos:
Find out what it takes to plan out a Small Business Server deployment.
Know how to install, apply updates, and select software during the SBS installation process.
Get familiar with the SBS "To-Do" list and know how to setup users, add workstations, encrypt file system and much more.
Know how to add users and groups to your SBS network. Learn how the user templates are applied as well as create roaming profiles.
Find out how to create login scripts and how to put them into play.
Learn about important differences between share and file level security.
Know how to install software on select group of SBS clients using Group Policy. Also find out what the following terms mean: Group Policy, GPO, Container, Computer configuration, User configuration, Inheritance.
Understand the necessity of SharePoint Services, what web-based collaboration can do for your company, as well as how to integrate these features into your company Intranet.
Know how to configure Exchange in SBS, set up a distribution list, create additional mailboxes, set up public folders and finally, how to connect Outlook to Exchange via RPC over HTTP.
Find out what SQL Server is, how to setup a database, and how to establish a backup regime for the SQL data.
Know firewall concepts such as inspection, filtering, and NAT. Know how to install and configure ISA to securely talk to the mail filter as well as how to use the monitoring functions to diagnose three simple but common problems: Filter set up wrong, ping attack, no web browsing ability internally.
Learn how security works, how it's a process not a result, and what SPAM, spyware, hacking, and phishing is.
Know how to set up WSUS for the first time at the service console and how to configure client machines into computer groups.
Find out about new health monitoring features in SBS R2, including the green check of health and reports on health of the server.
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Microsoft Virtual Server
Microsoft Virtual Server and PC Training Videos:
Learn About Virtualization. What options are out there? How does it work? Why would I use Virtual Machines?
Install Virtual Server and Virtual PC for FREE.
Learn what you need to know before setting up your first Virtual Machine.
Administer your VMs remotely.
Understand the components of your VMs including Virtual Disks Network Adapters, Using Removable Media and much more.
Install & Configure Virtual Networks and how to bind them to your Physical Network!
Master the new Microsoft Centralized Management Interface.
Learn how to use Scripting with Virtual Server to streamline their uses!
Migrate your Physical Machines to Virtual (P2V) using Virtual Server Migration Toolkit (VSMT).
Troubleshoot Virtual Server
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TCP/IP and Network Fundamentals
TCP/IP and Network Fundamentals:
Video 1
What is a protocol?
* Definition of a protocol
* OSI Model
Video 2
Introduction to TCP/IP
* What is TCP/IP?
* TCP/IP Architecture
* TCP/IP Protocol Suite
* Types of TCP/IP communication
Video 3
Configuring an IP Address
* What is an IP Address?
-Network ID
-Host ID
* What is the purpose of a Subnet Mask?
* How to configure a computer with an IP Address
-Static
-Dynamic
* How to View a Computer’s IP Configuration
* How to Check for Connectivity
Video 4
IP Address Planning
* How to plan an IP Addressing scheme
* Rules for IP Addressing
* What is Classful IP Addressing
* Private IP Addressing vs. Public IP Addressing
* What is Network Address Translation (NAT)?
Video 5
Binary Numbers
* Decimal vs. Binary
* Convert Binary to Decimal
* Convert Decimal to Binary
* Using a Calculator
* IP Address Conversion
Video 6
Internetworking
* Decimal vs. Binary
* Convert Binary to Decimal
* Convert Decimal to Binary
* Using a Calculator
* IP Address Conversion
Video 7
Classless Interdomain Routing
* Problems with Classful IP Addressing
* What is CIDR & VLSM
* Subnetting with CIDR
Video 8
Fundamentals of IPv6
* Disadvantages of IPv4
* IPv6 Solutions
* IPv6 Addressing
* Types of IPv6 Addressing
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System Center Configuration Managerr
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VPN, Routing, and Internet Gateways
VPN & Routing Training Videos:
How to Setup a Windows VPN Server!
Setup a VPN Server with PPTP and L2TP
Learn How to Setup Remote Access VPNs
Learn How to Setup Site to Site VPNs!
How to use Remote Access Policies to Limit Users!
Issue Machine Certificates by setting up a PKI
How to Share your Internet Connection on a LAN
How Network Address Translation (NAT) Works
Enable "Internet Connection Sharing" (ICS)
Learn Windows Routing Concepts
How to enable Packet Filters
Universal Principal Names (UPNs)
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Windows Security
Windows Security Training Videos:
How to Secure a Windows Server -- Security Checklist
Setting NTFS Permissions on the System Partition
Learn which Windows Services can be "Safely" Disabled
Control user's access to sensitive files -- NTFS Permissions
How to Deploy Security Settings using Security Templates
Security Automation using Tools like Dumpel
How to Use Group Policy to Secure a Windows Network
How to Install Certificate Services on a Windows Server
Learn How to Encrypt Files using the Encrypting File System (EFS)
Design and Build a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
Learn How to use IPSec to Make your Network More Secure
Advanced Permission Settings -- Access Control List (ACL)
Best Security Practices for Setting Up Users Accounts
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Windows Vista
Windows Vista Training Videos:
Know Your Installation Options and How to Install Windows Vista(The Right Way!)
Master Windows Vista's New User Interface and Navigation
Users & Groups Are the First Step to Securing Your Systems While Maximizing Performance - We'll Teach You the Ropes
Learn How Vista Can Be Utilized in a Networked Environment
Now More Than Ever Users Are Mobile - Understand Vista's New Mobile PC and Wireless Features
Keep Your Systems Fast and Clean With Vista's Disk Management Tools
Customize Windows Vista's Security to Your Needs as You Are Walked Through NTFS Permissions, Share Permissions, Security Programs and more
Internet Explorer 7 and Its New Security Features in Vista For a Safer Web Experience
Running Software in Vista Is Different Now Than Ever Before. Know What Your Systems Are Doing and How They're Doing It.
Need to Make Administering Your Systems Easier? We Cover All the Tools You Need to Speed Up Your Tasks: Performance Monitor, Event Viewer, Management Console, etc...
Learn the Intricacies of Installing New Hardware and Printers Within Vista
Backups are Important! Know How To Do Them Right in Vista
Master Windows Vista's New Group Policy Features
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Windows XP Professional
"Industrial Strength" Security
Secure your home and work PC - prevent kids and coworkers from installing spyware, viewing confidential files and deleting your settings!
Learn how to lock down your critical files with Share/NTFS permissions and encryption
Has a hacker busted into your system? Use the Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) to secure XP and filter good traffic from bad
Learn how to use Local Security Policies and Group Policy Objects (GPOs) for securing your network
Lock down network computers using security policies in Server 2003
Advanced Networking
Sick of bouncing around from desktop to desktop installing applications? Learn how to to deploy applications to hundreds of computers with just a couple mouse clicks using Group Policy!
Use the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) to remotely manage servers or other network computers
Join your XP computer to a Server 2003 domain, using Active Directory and DNS
Use the Desktop Transfer Wizard to transfer files, profiles and other settings
The video labs are demonstrated in an actual network environment!
Troubleshooting
Learn to troubleshoot startup problems by modifying the XP boot files
Use Remote Desktop & Remote Assistance to troubleshoot and manage another PC or Server from your Windows XP computer without leaving your desk! Help out friends or family with PC problems!
After a system crash, learn how to restore your system to its previous state
System won’t boot up? Learn how to troubleshoot and fix the problem yourself
Manage and troubleshoot advanced printing problems
Use the System Restore feature to recover from XP failures and disasters
Advanced Administration
Have you ever lost all of your data? Learn how to back it up and never lose it again
Have you ever received a new computer only to realize all of your favorites, shortcuts and other preferences were gone? Learn how to transfer important settings to your next new computer
Run out of room on your hard drive? Learn how to use Disk Management to manage your hard drive’s partitions and free up valuable space
Manage Users, User Profiles and Groups both locally and remotely
Deploy applications (MS Office & WinZip) automatically
Create a bootable XP CD with the latest service pack integrated - slipstreaming!
Backup & Restore your system using NTBackup
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Windows XP 70-270
Windows XP Training Package:
Introduction
This is a necessary and beneficial part of the course because it outlines where the course will take you from start to finish.
* Meet your Instructor – David Davis
* Course Outline
Lab Setup
Learn the scenario that will be followed for the labs and the course. This is very important because the scenario based training of Windows XP is what sets this course apart from other courses.
* Scenario
* How to Install Windows XP with an Answer File
* Turn Server 2003 into a Domain Controller
Video 1
Introduction to Windows XP
It is important to know where to start before installing XP because laying the groundwork for a successful installation will allow for a smooth installation process.
* What is new in Windows XP & Win XP SP2?
* Difference between XP Home and Pro
* Installation Requirements
* Using Windows Update/Auto Update
Video 2
Windows XP Boot Sequence
In order to install XP correctly you will need to know how to properly boot the operating system and how to troubleshoot any boot issues.
* NTLDR
* Boot.ini
* NTDetect.com
* NTOSKrnl.exe
* Troubleshooting Windows XP boot up issues
Video 3
User & Group Management
Once you have installed XP it is important to be able to properly configure your users and groups to maximize the potential XP has for managing these options.
* Administrative Tools
* Microsoft Management Console
* Changing User Properties
* Fast User Switching
Video 4
Remote Management Tools
If you are employed in the IT department of your company then you know that users will always have technical issues and questions. Being able to remotely access an XP system is an invaluable tool that will allow you to troubleshoot problems more effectively and efficiently.
* Microsoft Management Console (MMC)
* Remote Desktop Management
* Remote Assistance
* PSTools from Sysinternals
* Logmein.com
Video 5
Printer Management
Setting up a printer, print sharing, and security are all issues that you will need to be able to navigate when using XP. Also, troubleshooting printer issues is a common task that any IT employee will take part in. Most users print documents on a daily basis and it’s important to keep this running smoothly.
* Printer Terminology
* Setup Local Printer
* Setup Network Printer
* Share Printers
* Secure Printers
* Setup Printer Pool
* Troubleshoot Printing Troubles
Video 6
Local Security Policies
Security is at or near the top of every company’s list when it comes to computer systems. It is important to know how to implement the security tools in XP to maximize your operating system security.
* Account Policies
* Account Lockout Policy
* Audit Policy
* User Rights Assignment
* Security Options
* Security Templates
Video 7
Windows Firewall
Sticking with the security theme, firewalls are just another way to keep your system secure. Windows offers its own firewall and you can also obtain a third party firewall to keep your system secure. It is important to know how to configure these firewalls and what your best options are when choosing a firewall to protect your system.
* Basics of Client-Side Firewalls
* Pros and Cons
* Application vs port-based
* Windows built-in firewall (with SP2)
* ZoneAlarm
Video 8
Disk Management
Managing your drives with partitions, different drive letters, and various maintenance tasks such as defrag, are simple tasks that can keep your system running at its highest potential. Knowing when to schedule these tasks and how they work can keep your systems viable and operating smoothly long after you thought was possible.
* Partition Basics
* File Systems
* Change Drive Lettering
* Basic vs. Dynamic Disks
* Disk Management Tool
* Disk Defrag
* Scheduling Disk management tools
* Disk Quotas
Video 9
File Management
Knowing how to share and secure files and folders will lead to greater efficiency in your office and will ultimately make your staff more effective.
* File & Folder Navigation
* Sharing Folders
* Mapping Shared Folders as Drives (both gui and netuse command)
* Securing a Folder (NTFS, Ownership, Encryption (EFS), Cipher command)
* Encryption
* Offline Folders
* Compression
Video 10
Files and Settings Transfer Wizard
Knowing what you can transfer and how this Wizard works will allow you to configure similar settings on different systems more efficiently.
* What gets transferred
* Demo Transfer
Video 11
Backup and Restore
Backing up and restoring your system information is an invaluable task that all users should take part in. Knowing the proper way to do this in XP will save you time, money, and most importantly will save the information you can’t afford to lose.
* Backup Terminology
* Windows XP Backup
* Automated System Recovery
* System Restore
* 3rd Party Backup/Restore Apps
Video 12
XP in a Domain
Joining a Domain will allow your users to access their accounts from anywhere, it provides for easier and quicker maintenance, and scales more smoothly when adding additional users and systems. This will help your company save time and money.
* Intro to Windows AD Domains
* What changes in Windows XP from Workgroup to Domain
* What are the advantages of a Domain vs. Workgroup
* Join a Domain
Video 13
User Management in Domains
Managing user profiles, folders, and restrictions within your domain will allow you to quickly administer your domain effectively.
* AD Users and Computers
* Profiles (roaming profiles & read only profiles)
* Home Folders
* Logon Scripts
* My Documents Re-direction
* Desktop Restrictions
Video 14
Deploy Application Remotely
Why would you install an application one PC at a time in your office? Knowing how to use the assign method to automate deployment of the application will make this process an incredibly easy one.
* Benefits of Deploying Apps Remotely
* Assign vs. Publish
* Deploy MS Office Using Assign Method
* Deploy an Application Using the Publish Method
Video 15
Monitoring Windows XP
Knowing how to use tools such as the Windows Performance Monitor and Task Manager to monitor you Windows XP PC will greatly improve your system’s performance.
* Monitoring
* Logging
* Auditing
* Task Manager
* Windows Performance Monitor
Video 16
Additional Troubleshooting
Knowing how to use tools such as System Restore and security settings in Internet Explorer will help you take the steps you need to troubleshoot anti-virus problems, spyware issues, and other problems in Windows XP.
* Internet Explorer security settings
* Anti-Virus
* Spybot Seek and Destroy
* Spyblaster
* System Restore/Roll Back
* Firewall
Video 17
Bonus Video
Knowing how to use some of the XP extras that you may not know about will take your understanding of XP to a whole other level.
* Configuring Dual Monitor Support
* How to schedule a reboot
* XP Powertoys
* What is Slipstreaming?
* Slipstream Windows XP SP2
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Windows Home Server
Home Server Training Videos:
My Lab Setup
HP MediaSmart EX470 Home Server
Network Equipment (Router and Switch)
A Windows XP System Connected via Wireless N
A Windows Vista System Hardwired
A Second Windows Vista System Hardwired
A Windows Vista Laptop Connected via Wireless N
An Xbox Connected via an Xbox Wireless Adapter
Xbox Networking Walkthrough
Networking and TCP/IP
Wireless Networking Options
Wireless Network Security
Power Line Networking
Cabling Your Home
Network Adapter Types
Explanation of TCP/IP
Bringing It All Together
Client Computer Configuration
The Role of a Network Adapter
Client Connectivity Methods
Explanation of DHCP
Configuring an IP Address in XP
Configuring an IP Address in Vista
Naming or Renaming a Windows Computer
Creating User Accounts in Windows (Vista and XP)
Importance of Maintaining Consistent User Names on All Systems
Windows Home Server Feature Introduction
File Storage and Resource Sharing
Centralized File and Computer Backups
Client Health Monitoring
Remote Access
Video and Music Sharing
Using Add-Ins to Extend Home Server's Capability
Windows Home Server Installation
Buying an Already-Built Home Server vs. Installing a Home Server
Home Server System Requirements
Home Server Installation Process
Summary of Home Server Installation
HP MediaSmart Server
Specifications: Model EX470 vs. Model EX475
Pictures of the Server and Port Information
Initial Server Configuration
Administrative Overview
Adding and Managing Clients
The Home Server Connector Software
Basic Home Server Management
Monitoring Client Health
Managing Storage
Drive Extender Explained
Add Additional Storage
Remove Storage
Manage Server Storage
Folder Sharing and Management
WHS Shared Folders
Manage Shared Folders
Monitor Shared Folders
Shared Storage Status
Home Server Security
Creating User Accounts
Managing Windows Home Server Users Rights to Shared Folders
Securing your Home Server
Configuring Automatic Updates on Windows Home Server
Accessing the Windows Home Server
Assumptions
Accessing Shared Folders From a Client
Mapping Drives in Windows Vista
Mapping Drives in Windows XP
Copying Files To The Windows Home Server
Working With Files Stored On Windows Home Server
Managing Client Backups and Restoring Files
Managing Client Computer Backups
Deciding What to Back Up
Viewing Backups
Restoring Files and Corrupt Client Computers
Backing Up Windows Home Server
Using an Online Service Through a WHS Add-In
Configuring WHS Remote Access
Enabling the WHS Web Site
Configuring Your Router
Microsoft's Homeserver.com Service
Remote Management Possibilities
Other Management Options
Advanced Home Server Administration and Troubleshooting
Connecting to Windows Home Server with Remote Desktop
Tools and Actions to Avoid
Sharing a Printer
Managing the Windows Firewall
Hard Drive Maintenance
Other Administrative Tasks in Windows Home Server
Troubleshooting your Home Server
RAID Problems
Computers brought Home from Work May Pose Problems
64-bit Client Support
Remote File Uploads
Remote Client Administration
Using the Windows Home Server Toolkit
Windows Home Server Media Sharing
Enabling Media Sharing in the WHS Console
Notes Regarding Media Sharing
Picture Access
Music and Videos Access
DVR-line Functionality with Home Server
Media-Related Add-Ins
Extending WHS Capabilities with Add-Ins
Add-in Management
General Notes Regarding Add-ins
Add-ins Discussed in Other Videos
Demonstrate New Add-ins
Media Related Add-ins
Windows Home Server Tricks
Before You Start
Hosting Your Own Blog with WordPress
Windows SharePoint Services
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Intro to Windows Server 2008
Installing Windows Server 2008 and Active Directory
- Server Edition Check
- Installation Procedure
- Initial Configuration of Windows Server 2008
- Adding Active Directory to Windows Server 2008
- Promotion of a Windows 2008 server to a Domain Controller
Active Directory Users and Groups in Windows Server 2008
- Active Directory Review - What's New in 2008
- Windows Server 2008 - Server Manager
- Active Directory Auditing
- Renaming the Administrator Account
- Creating Users
- Creating Groups
- Adding Users to Groups
- Event Viewer in Server 2008
Windows Server Core and DHCP Servers
- What is Server Core?
- What can Server Core do? Server Core Roles
- How to Set the Admin Password in Server Core
- Rename the Computer in Server Core
- Join a Domain in Server Core
- DHCP Role Installation
- Critical Commands to know for Server Core
- Set Up the Windows Firewall on Server 2008
- Install RSAT
- Create an MMC to Connect to Windows Server Core
Windows Server 2008 File and Print Servers
- What's New with File and Print Server
- Install File Server Roles in Windows Server 2008
- Create a Namespace
- Setup Up Replication (DFS)
- Add a Print Server to Windows Server 2008
- Add a Network Printer
- Print Management Console
- Deployed Printers
Windows Server 2008 Read Only Domain Controllers
- What's a Read Only Domain Controller (RODC)
- Advantages of Read Only Domain Controllers (RODC)
- Steps to Deploy a Read Only Domain Controller (RODC)
- RODC Role Installation
- Password Replication
- Pre-Populate a Password
IIS 7 Web Servers
- New Features in IIS 7
- Modularization
- Role Installation
- Selection of Modules
- IIS Manager
- Speed Up Your Index Page Load
- Where to Put Your Files
- Browse Your Site
Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services
- Terminal Services New Features
- Remote Application
- Installing a Terminal Server
- Configuring RemoteApp
Windows Deployment Services
- Quick Intro to Imaging
- Windows Deployment Services (WDS) Configuration Procedure
- Installation of Windows Deployment Services (WDS) Role
- Image Locations
- Boot Image Import
- Create Capture Boot Image
- Create an Image Group
- Add Install Images
- Capture an Image
- Deploy from Windows Deployment Services (WDS)
Windows Server 2008 MCITP Certification Info
- Certifications
- Upgrade Certifications
- Features in Extended Server 2008
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Windows Server 2008 Server Administrator 70-646
Windows Server 2008 Server Administrator Training Course Outline
Video 1
Introduction to the Course
Get a first look at the scenario we will be using throughout the course, learn who your instructor is, and find out what you can expect in the course.
Key Points:
* About the Instructor and Train Signal
* What’s Covered in this Course
* The Globomantics Scenario
* What You Will Need
Video 2
Windows Server 2008 Installation and Upgrade
Learn about the different versions of Windows Server 2008 and dive right into installing Windows Server 2008 from scratch. Plus, we'll install the Active Directory Domain Services role and perform an upgrade from Windows Server 2003 to Server 2008.
Key Points:
* Windows Server 2008 Versions
* Installing Windows Server 2008 from Scratch
* Initial Configuration Tasks (ICT)
* Adding Active Directory Role
* Creating Active Directory Domain Controller
* Server Manager Overview
* Globomantics Network Diagram
* Upgrading Server 2003 to Server 2008
Video 3
Simplifying Installations Using Windows Deployment Services (WDS)
Save time and become more efficient by using Windows Deployment Services to automate installations of Windows Server 2008 and to implement unattended installations.
Key Points:
* Getting Ready for WDS
* Installing DHCP Role
* Installing WDS Role
* Configuring WDS
* Adding Image to WDS
* Setting Up and Deploying Multicast Transmission
* Installing Automated Installation Kit (AIK)
* Creating an Answer File with Windows System Image Master (SIM) Tool
* Running Unattended Installation
Video 4
Installing Windows Server 2008 Server Core
Not everyone has the system resources to implement a full installation of Windows Server 2008. In this video you will learn how to install and configure a command line version of the Server 2008 Operating System called Windows Server Core, which can be implemented on systems that have minimal resources.
Key Points:
* What is Server Core?
* When Should I Use Server Core?
* Installing Windows Server 2008 Server Core
* Installing Core Configurator Utility
* Setting Up Windows Server Core with Core Configurator
* Remote Management
* Downloading, Installing, and Setting Up Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT)
* Setting Up Secondary DNS Server on Server Core
* Remote Desktop Management
Video 5
Deploying Read Only Domain Controllers (RODC)
Using a typical Domain Controller from a branch office may pose problems such as inadequate physical security, slow logon times, and inconsistent access to network resources. You'll learn how to deploy Read Only Domain Conrtrollers to greatly improve upon these issues.
Key Points:
* RODC Benefits
* Installing Read Only Domain Controller (RODC)
* Testing Replication Between a DC and RODC
* Configuring a Password Replication Policy
* Administrative Role Separation
Video 6
Virtualization
Don't use several computers if you can use Virtualization to run multiple machines on one system! Learn how implementing Virtualization will help you better utilize hardware resources, save money, and resolve compatibility issues.
Key Points:
* What is Virtualization?
* Benefits of Using Virtualization
* Virtualization Products
* Virtualization Examples
* Potential Issues
Video 7
Using Group Policy to Simplify Network Administration
Learn to use Group Policy to have centralized control over your Server 2008 network. Plus, you'll see how Group Policy allows you to give specific users the network access they need and easily restrict access to resources they don't need.
Key Points:
* Active Directory Review
* Globomantics Network - Logical Structure
* Active Directory Objects
* Active Directory Trusts
* What is a GPO?
* Group Policy Management Tool - Create and Link GPOs
* Edit “Block Removable Device Installation” GPO Settings
* Edit “Disable Add/Remove Programs” GPO Settings
* Edit “Create Shortcut” GPO Settings
* How Do GPOs Get Applied?
* Enforced and Security Filtering
* Block Inheritance
* Group Policy Modeling and Results Wizards
* Password Setting Objects (PSO)
Video 8
Delegation of Control
As much as you may try as a network administrator, it's difficult to do everything on your own! You'll learn how to safely isolate various Server 2008 components to be able to grant users access to certain areas of the network, without giving everyone administrator privileges.
Key Points:
* Different Types of Permissions
* Configuring Permissions
* Setting Permissions in Active Directory
* Delegation of Control Wizard
* Creating Custom MMC
Video 9
Setting Up a File and Print Server
Learn how to implement File Servers and Print Servers to maintain centralized access and administration over stored data and printers in Server 2008.
Key Points:
* Installing File Services Role
* NTFS File and Folder Permissions
* What are Inherited Permissions?
* Folder Redirection Steps
* Setting up Disk Quotas
* Using File Server Resource Manager to Setup Disk Quotas
* Checking Redirection Settings
* Installing Print Services Role
* Installing and Sharing a Printer
* Printer Permissions
* Installing Printer on a Client
* Troubleshooting Printers
* NTFS Permissions Review – AGDLP
Video 10
Data Provisioning
Most businesses have employees that travel, work in branch offices, or even from home. You'll learn how to implement a Data Provisioning strategy to make data easily available to any user in any location; even users working offline.
Key Points:
* Creating a Share
* Managing Permissions to Share a Folder
* Configuring Caching
* Accessing a Shared Folder Offline
* Installing DFS Role Service and Creating a DFS Namespace
* Accessing DFS Share
* Configuring DFS Replication
* DFS Management - Configuring Fault Tolerance
Video 11
Setting Up a VPN Server
The inability for employees to access the local network while traveling, visiting clients, or working from home can hamper productivity and efficiency. Learn how to avoid this issue by implementing a VPN Server to allow users to access the local network from a remote location.
Key Points:
* What is a VPN?
* Supported Authentication Protocols
* Choosing a VPN Protocol
* Installing Remote Access Service
* Configuring Routing & Remote Access Server to Support VPN Connectivity
* DHCP Relay Agent Setup
* Configuring DHCP Options
* Authentication Protocols
* Creating VPN Connection for a Client
* Managing VPN Users
Video 12
Network Policy Server
It is essential to establish rules and accounting (keeping a log of who is connected) on your servers. Establishing this policy control can be costly and time consuming if it's done on each individual server. To avoid this, you will learn how to create a Network Policy Server and use RADIUS to centralize control over remote connectivity to your network.
Key Points:
* What is a RADIUS?
* Installing Network Policy Server (NPS) Role
* Configuring NPS Server as RADIUS Server
* Configuring Remote Access Server as RADIUS Client
* Creating a Network Policy
* Testing the Network Policy
Video 13
Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
Wouldn't it be nice if you could control which updates were distributed to your users and when? You'll learn how to use WSUS to do just that! Save your network's bandwidth and take control of updates.
Key Points:
* What is Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)?
* Preparing Server for WSUS Installation
* Downloading & Installing WSUS
* Troubleshoot WSUS
* Configuring Computer Groups - Client-Site Targeting
* Configuring Clients Using Group Policy
* Approving Updates
* Configuring WSUS in Tokyo Office in Replica Mode
Video 14
Using Active Directory Certificate Services
Certificate Services are used on your network to identify users and computers. You'll learn the advantages and disadvantages of creating your own certificate, as opposed to having a third party company create it for you.
Key Points:
* What is a Certificate?
* What is a Certificate Authority (CA)?
* What are the Different Types of CAs?
* Creating a CA Hierarchy
* How Do I Get a Certificate?
* What is Credential Roaming?
* What is a Certificate Revocation List (CRL)?
* What is an Online Responder?
* Installing Active Directory Certificate Services Role
* Certification Authority Overview
* Managing Certification Authority Services
* Process of Setting Up Online Responder
Video 15
Backup and Recovery
At some point, human error or a computer malfunction will threaten to wipe out some, if not all, of your important data. You'll learn how to use Backup and Recovery tools to protect yourself from catastrophic data loss.
Key Points:
* Configuring Shadow Copy Service
* Picking a Storage Location
* Using Shadow Copy - Restoring Previous Versions
* Installing Windows Server Backup Feature
* Backup Once Wizard - Creating Backup of a Volume
* Setting Up Backup Schedule
* Recovering Individual Files
* Recovering a Complete Volume
* Recovering Operating System
* Additional Backup Tips
Video 16
Deploying Terminal Services
When using Terminal Services, any number of users can access and use a resource located on a single computer. This video will show you how a Terminal Server can stretch your resources and make your current system configuration work for you.
Key Points:
* What is Terminal Services?
* Additional Role Services
* Installing TS Role with TS Gateway, TS Web Access, and TS Session
Broker on First Server
* Extra Step For TS Role Installation on a Domain Controller
* Configuring Session Rules for Terminal Servers on User-By-User Basis
* Configuring Session Rules for Terminal Servers with Session Time
Limits in Group Policy
* Configuring Session Rules for Terminal Servers in Terminal Services
Configuration Window
* Configuring Maximum Connections to Terminal Server
* Configuring TS Session Broker
* Installing Microsoft Office on First Terminal Server
* Connecting to SALES_TS_FARM from Client Computer
* Upgrading Remote Desktop Connection Utility on Windows XP Client
* Connecting to Terminal Server Using Web Access
* Deploying Application Using RemoteApp
* Testing RemoteApp from a Client Computer
Video 17
Planning for High Availability
Make sure your network never goes down again! Learn how to make sure that a certain service level is always available on your network through redundency and fault tolerance that is transparent to your users.
Key Points:
* What Does High Availability Mean?
* DNS Round Robin
* Network Load Balancing (NLB)
* Failover Clustering
* Using RAID
* Working with SANs
* Quorum Models
Video 18
Certification
In this video, I'll give you an update on the new generation of Microsoft Certifications for Windows Server 2008 and provide you with secrets to passing the exams.
Key Points:
* What You Need to Take for Each Credential
* Upgrade Paths for MCSAs/MCSEs
* How to Sign Up for a Microsoft Exam
* MCITP: 70-646 Exam Prep Tips
* Additional Exam Prep Tips
Bonus Video
Hyper-V Installation
You know that Virtualization is hot right now and it shows no signs of cooling off. In this video we will show you how to build your own Hyper-V Server.
Key Points:
* New Hyper-V Machine Configuration
* Creating a New Single Volume
* Installing Hyper-V Role
* Creating a New Hyper-V Machine
* Virtual Machine Connection Window Buttons
* Installing Virtual Windows 2008
* Installing Virtualization Extensions
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Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure 70-642
Network Infrastructure 2008:
Video 1
Introduction to the Course
Learn what’s in the course and who you’re instructor is.
* About the Instructor and Train Signal
* What’s Covered in this Course
* The Globomantics Scenario
* What You Will Need to Follow Along with the Course
Video 2
Configuring DHCP
Learn how to simplify the process of assigning IP addresses to the computers on your network.
* What is DHCP?
* How does DHCP work?
* How is DHCP Configured?
- Installing DHCP
- Authorizing DHCP
- Setting up a Scope
- Configuring Scope Options
* Using DHCP in a Routed Network
* Setting up Windows Server 2008 as a DHCP Relay Agent
Video 3
Managing DHCP
Learn how to keep your DHCP infrastructure properly functioning.
* Server Configuration
- Add/Remove Bindings
- Location of Database
- Backup & Restore
- DHCP Service
- DHCP Management Permissions
* IPv4 Configuration
- Statistics
- Scope Reconciliation
- Audit Logging
- Conflict Detection
- Integration with DNS and NAP
- Performance counters
Video 4
Setting Up Routing
Learn how to make your networks talk to each other.
* What is a Router
* How to use Server 2008 as a Router
* Static vs. Dynamic Routing
* Dynamic Routing Protocols
- RIP
- OSPF
* How RIP works in Server 2008
Video 5
Configuring DNS
Learn how to set-up your network so users can access computers using common names.
* Introduction to DNS
* Installing the DNS Server Role in Server 2008
* What is a Domain Namespace?
* What is a DNS Query?
* What are Forwarders?
* How DNS Caching works
* DNS Zones
* DNS Records
* DNS Zones Transfers
Video 6
Managing DNS
Know how to keep your DNS infrastructure properly functioning.
* Managing DNS Records
- What is Time to Live?
- What is Aging and Scavenging?
- How Aging and Scavenging work
* DNS Command Line Tools
- Nslookup
- Dnscmd
* Monitoring DNS Performance
- Performance Monitor
- DNS Event Logs
- DNS Debug Logging
Video 7
Name Resolution
This video takes Name Resolution beyond what you learned in Video 5 and gives a complete understanding of how to convert names that are easily recognizable to humans into IP addresses.
* What are Host and NetBIOS names?
* How are names resolved?
- Hosts File and LMHosts File
- DNS and WINS Servers
* Client Configuration
- DNS Server List
- DNS Suffix Search Order
- Wins Server List
* Troubleshooting Name Resolution
* Integrating Host and NetBIOS Name Lookup
- Implementing Wins Lookup on a DNS Server
- Implementing the GlobalNames Zone
Video 8
Securing Data
Learn how to control access to your data and keep it safe.
* NTFS Permissions
* Encrypting File System (EFS)
Video 9
Sharing Data
Learn how to make files and folders accessible to users across your network.
* How to Share Folders
* How to Set Up Disk Quotas
* Making Files Available to Mobile Users
* Overview of Distributed File Sharing (DFS)
Video 10
Configuring Print Services
Learn how to make printers easily available to your users.
* Installing a Printer
* Sharing a Printer on a Network
* Managing Printer Permissions
* Installing Printer Drivers
* Setting up Printer Pooling
* Using Printer Priorities and Scheduling
* Troubleshooting Printer Problems
Video 11
Windows Server Update Services
Learn how to simplify the process of keeping all of your computers up to date.
* Introduction to Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
* Installing WSUS
* How to Configure WSUS Server Options
* How to Configure Computer Groups
- Server-side Targeting
- Client-side Targeting
* Configuring Clients Using Group Policy
* Approving Updates
Video 12
Backup and Recovery
Learn how to protect important data from being lost by human error or computer malfunction.
* How to Configure the Shadow Copy Service
- Setting up the Schedule
- Picking a Storage Location
- Previous Versions
* Installing the Windows Server Backup Feature
* How to Create a Backup of a Volume
* How to Recover Lost Data
- Recovering Individual Files
- Recovering a Complete Volume
- Recovering the Operating System
* Additional Backup Tips
Video 13
Monitoring Windows Server 2008
Understand the common tools used to monitor your servers and keep them running efficiently.
* Monitoring with the Task Manager
* Monitoring with the Event Viewer
* Monitoring with the Performance and Reliability Monitor
- Performance Monitor
- Reliability Monitor
- Data Collector Sets
Video 14
Configuring Remote Access
Learn how to let users safely connect from outside your network.
* Installing the RRAS Component of the Network Policy and Access Services Role
* Configuring RRAS to Accept Remote Clients
- Dial-up
- VPN
* How to Configure a Client to Connect
* Using Network Policies to Control Connections
- Conditions
- Permissions
- Connection Restrictions (Profile)
* What is RADIUS?
Video 15
Wireless Networks
Learn how to let users safely connect without using cables.
* Is Wireless Good or Bad?
* Current Wireless Networking Standards
* How to Secure a Wireless Network
* Connecting to a Wireless Network
Video 16
Windows Firewall
Learn how to keep control over what data enters and exits your network.
* Firewall Profiles
- Domain
- Private
- Public
* Filtering Traffic
- Inbound
- Outbound
* Configuring with Group Policy
Video 17
Securing Network Traffic with IPSec
Learn how to protect data from being compromised while travelling on a network.
* What is IPSec?
* IPSec Protocols
* Tunnel Mode vs. Transport Mode
* IPSec Authentication Methods
* Using IPSec Policies
* Using Connection Security Rules
Video 18
Network Access Protection
Learn how to create rules and stipulations to maintain control over network communications.
* What is NAP?
* NAP Enforcement Types
- IPSec
- 802.1x
- VPN
- DHCP
* SHAs and SHVs
* Health Requirement Policies
* Installing and Configuring NAP
Video 20
Certification
Are you thinking about taking the 70-642, Configuring Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Exam? If so, you'll want to watch this video to know how to prepare for the big day with Ed’s secrets to passing the exams!
* The New Generation of Certifications for Server 2008
* The Upgrade Paths for MCSA’s/MCSE’s
* How to Sign Up for a Microsoft Exam
* 70-642 Exam Prep Tips
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Upgrading Your MCSE/MCSA on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 70-648 & 70-649
Upgrading Your MCSE/MCSA on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008, MCTS 70-648 & 70-649 Course Outline
Video 1
Introduction to the Course
Learn what's in the course, who you're instructor is, and what you can expect in the course.
Key Topics:
* About your Instructors
* What's Covered in this Course
Video 2
Setting Up Hyper-V Server
You know that Virtualization is hot right now and it shows no signs of cooling off. In this video I'll show you how to build your own Hyper-V Server. Plus, I will teach you Virtualization skills that will be used throughout the remainder of this course.
Key Topics:
* Here’s What We Are Starting Out With
* What? You Mean I Don’t Need More Hardware?
* Microsoft’s Virtualization Whizbang
* What You Need to Set Up a Hyper-V Server of Your Very Own
* Our Scenario
* New Hyper-V Machine Configuration
* Creating a New Single Volume
* Installing Hyper-V Role
* Creating a New Hyper-V Machine
* Virtual Machine Connection Window Buttons
* Installing Virtual Windows 2008
* Installing Virtualization Extensions
* Windows Server 2008 Configuration
* What We’ve Built
Video 3
How to Set Up Windows Deployment Services
Windows Deployment Services (WDS) is an awesome new Server Role that makes deploying servers (and clients) super-easy. Make sure you get a solid handle on the skills in this video because I'll being showing you how to work with WDS throughout the course!
Key Topics:
* Before We Begin
* Windows Deployment Services Will Make You a Happy Camper
* Setting Up WDS in Like 3 Easy Steps
* Initial Configuration Tasks on Deploy Server
* Windows Deployment Services Configuration
* Adding Images
* Creating 2 Virtual Machines at the Same Time
* Creating Multicast Transmission to Install OS on 3 Machines at Once
* Our End Results
* Unattended Installation Answer File
Video 4
Locking Down Machines at the Computer Level and Mapping Drives
Learn the magic of Loopback processing, what "hoteling" means, and how you can lockdown machines no matter who's using them!
Key Topics:
* Quick Review of Our Network
* Policy Settings to Computer Lockdown
* Reorganizing Computer OUs
* Creating Computer GPOs
* Loopback Processing
* Group Policy Intervals
* Testing Computer GPOs
* Mapping Network Drives with Preferences
* Testing Preferences – Mapped Drives
Video 5
Domain and Fine-Grained Password Policies
Are you kidding? You forgot your password again? Learn how to provide multiple password policies using Server 2008's brand new Fine Grained Password Policy Objects! That's right, you too can lessen the security of your network so your boss can use the name of his or her favorite horse as his/her password and not have to worry about all that security stuff!
Key Topics:
* The Default Domain Password Policy
* Account Lockout Policy
* Letting Your Boss Use Whatever Password He/She Wants
* Password Management
* Server 2008 Functional Level
Video 6
Building a Read-Only Domain Controller
Do you need a full Domain Controller for a branch office of 5 people? No, you really don't. Using Windows Server Core and the Read-Only Domain Controller feature in Windows Server 2008, you can create an great experience for your remote users that's more secure and cheaper to implement!
Key Topics:
* Dallas OU and Site Structure
* What is a Read-Only Domain Controller?
* Building RODC for Dallas
* Server Core Installation
* Running dcpormo on Server Core
* Verifying Our Installation
* Configuring RODC
* Setting Up Users
* What We’ve Built so Far…
Video 7
Terminal Services
The CEO of Globomantics has been on a spending spree again, this time for a report writing plug-in based in Microsoft Office. Your mission, and you have no choice but to accept it, is to make a copy of Microsoft Office available via Terminal Services. Terminal Services to the rescue! In this video, I'll give you a run-down of Terminal Services and show you how to get it installed.
Key Topics:
* Globomantics Scenario
* Components of Terminal Services
* What Makes Up Terminal Services?
* Installing Terminal Services Role
* Authentication Method
* Licensing Mode
* User Groups
* Server Authentication Certificate
* Authorization Policies
* Network Policy and Access Services
* Web Server (IIS)
* Verifying TS Role Installation
Video 8
Implementing Remote Applications
Here's where I show you how to make Microsoft Office (and really, most applications) available from a Windows Server 2008 machine. I'll show you the joys of Shortcuts and Terminal Services Web Access, and talk to you about how Terminal Services Gateway comes into the picture when it comes to giving your field agents access to an application while they're running around the countryside making money.
Key Topics:
* Globomantics Scenario
* Installing MS Office Enterprise
* Using RemoteApp Wizard
* Configuring RemoteApp Deployment Settings
* Adding Computer Accounts of the TS Web Access Server to Security Group
* Accessing Applications Through TS Web Access
* Editing Remote Desktop Users Group
* Accessing Applications from Vista Client
* Distributing Applications to Users Using Group Policy
* TS Gateway Overview
* TS Gateway Manager
* Configuring TS Gateway Settings
Video 9
Creating Highly Available Solutions with Network Load Balancing
When it comes to making services available to your users, you know that if a particular application performs slowly or just stops altogether, it becomes a matter of dollars lost in terms of productivity. In this video we tackle some High Availability techniques and implement Terminal Services Load Balancing. We also get into the Terminal Services Session Broker, and show you how to create a duplicate machine using Windows Deployment Services.
Key Topics:
* Globomantics Scenario
* The Big Three
* The Steps for Building a Deployment Services Image to Create Duplicate Machines
* Creating a Capture Boot Image
* Running sysprep on TS1
* Capturing the Image on TS1
* Creating a Brand New Server
* Deploying Images Using Deployment Services
* Installing TS Session Broker
* Each Terminal Server in the Farm to the Session Directory Computers Local Group
* Configuring a Terminal Server to Join a Farm in TS Session Broker
* Configuring DNS for TS Session Broker Load Balancing
* Checking our Farm
Video 10
How to Install Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0
Microsoft put IIS 7 through a huge overhaul and now it has a cool new interface. I'll show you the two different flavors of IIS: Web Server and Application Server and teach you which option to use. We'll do all of this and build a SharePoint Services Site during this video.
Key Topics:
* Where Are We So Far?
* Application Server or Web Server?
* Finishing Up Windows Server 2008 Installation from Previous Video
* Installing Application Server Role
* Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager Overview
* Installing SharePoint Services
* Creating New SharePoint Site
* Application Pools
* Sites
* SharePoint User Access
* Central Administration
Video 11
IIS 7 Manager and FTP Tools
How many times have you had to make bizarre or obscure changes to the configuration of a website because your web developers needed one particular feature altered? Well, that's a thing of the past because there are some sweet tools in Windows Server 2008 that will allow you to hand control of a website over to a developer without having to give administrator access to the entire web server. I’ll show you how to make your life easier when working with the "other side" of IT.
Key Topics:
* Globomantics Scenario
* Enabling Remote Management in IIS 7
* Creating IIS Manager User
* Setting Up SharePoint Site Access
* IIS Manager Client Installation
* IIS Configuration for SharePoint Site
* Getting FTP Up and Running
* Testing FTP
* New FTP Manager for IIS 7 Installation
* Configuring New FTP Service
* SMTP Installation
* SMTP Configuration
* SMTP Email Configuration
Video 12
Implementing SSL for IIS 7
Security has never been more important and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is an easy way to implement secure transmission. In this video, I'll show you how to implement SSL for your SharePoint Site using the certificate that comes with SharePoint Services. You'll be able to play along at home with this lesson and it won't cost you anything extra for the SSL certificate.
Key Topics:
* A Quick Intro to SSL
* Globomantics Scenario
* How to Setup SSL in IIS
* Creating and Applying Hyper-V Snapshots
* Creating Self-Signed Certificate
* Getting Certificates from 3rd Party and Certificate Authority
* Enabling and Assigning SSL for SharePoint Site
* Enabling SharePoint to Utilize SSL in Central Administration
* Switching Certificates and Editing Bindings
Video 13
Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
Learn how to simplify the process of keeping all of your computers up to date.
Key Points:
* What Is WSUS?
* Why Use WSUS?
* Installing Necessary Services
* Downloading and Installing WSUS
* Configuring WSUS Server Options
* Computer Groups and Server-Side Targeting
* Using Group Policy and Client-Side Targeting
* How to Approve Updates
Video 14
Fundamentals of IPv6
IPv6 is the "next generation" protocol that is designed to eventually replace IPv4. You'll learn how IPv6 is an improvement over IPv4 and how to take advantage of the new features offered by IPv6.
Key Points:
* Disadvantages of IPv4
* IPv6 Solutions
* IPv6 Addressing
* Types of IPv6 Addressing
Video 15
Managing DHCP
Learn how to keep your DHCP infrastructure properly functioning.
Key Points:
* Add and Remove Bindings
* Location of Database
* Backup & Restore
* DHCP Service
* DHCP Management Permissions
* Statistics
* Scope Reconciliation
* Audit Logging
* Conflict Detection
* Integration with DNS and NAP
* Performance Counters
Video 16
Setting Up Routing
Learn how to make your networks talk to each other.
Key Points:
* What is a Router?
* How to Use Server 2008 as a Router
* Routing Table
* Adding Static Entry to a Routing Table
* Inbound and Outbound Filters
* Static vs. Dynamic Routing
* Dynamic Routing Protocols: RIP & OSPF
* How RIP Works in Server 2008
Video 17
Securing Network Traffic with IPSec
Learn how to protect data from being compromised while travelling on a network.
Key Points:
* What is IPSec?
* IPSec Protocols
* Tunnel Mode vs. Transport Mode
* Authentication Methods
* Configuring IPSec in Server 2008
* Creating New IPSec Policy
* Getting IPSec to Work
* Using Connection Security Rules
Video 18
Monitoring, Auditing, and Maintaining Your AD Database
Nobody likes doing maintenance, but Active Directory is like a car: if you don't change the oil in your car every 3000 or so miles, it will eventually blow up. But if you do, you can get a long life out of it. The same goes for Active Directory--if you do your maintenance and monitoring, it will live a long happy life, providing access for your users and keeping your network cruising right along!
Key Topics:
* Watching Your AD Stuff
* Your Monitoring Toolbox
* Task Manager
* Event Viewer
* Performance Monitor
* Reliability Monitor
* Data Collector Sets
* Watch Who’s Doing What to Your Active Directory
* Enabling Auditing for Our New Your OU
* Steps for Defragging Your AD Database
* Defragging Your AD Database with NTDSUTIL
Video 19
Monitoring Windows Server 2008
Understand the common tools used to monitor your servers and keep them running efficiently.
Key Points:
* Task Manager
* Event Viewer
* Performance Monitor
* Reliability Monitor
* Data Collector Sets
Video 20
Connecting Two Active Directory Networks
In this video you'll learn how to connect two Active Directory Forests together. There's two options: Active Directory Federation Services or Trusts? Which one will it be? Which option is easiest? You have to watch to find out!
Key Topics:
* Our Two Options to Connect Tokyo and New York
* What You Need for a Trust
* Trust Directions
* The Globomantics/Verde Petra Solution: Trusts
* Creating a Stub Zone
* Raising Forest Functional Level
* Creating Trusts
* Checking and Updating User Permissions
Video 21
Lightweight Directory Services 101
In this exam prep video, you'll learn about the AD LDS Role, and why you might need it if you have network applications that require LDAP.
Key Topics:
* What is AD LDS?
* What Might it Look Like on a Network?
* What is an Instance of AD LDS?
Video 22
Active Directory Rights Management Services 101
In our final exam prep video for this series, you'll learn about a new Role in Server 2008 that allows you to lock down the data in your network in an easy to implement fashion. Make the users do the work!
Key Topics:
* What is Rights Management?
* Some Additional Notes About RMS
Video 23
Exam Prep - Storage Review
This exam prep video provides a quick review of some core storage concepts that might show up on the exam. Nothing earth shattering here, but there is some interesting stuff on SANs, NASs, and iSCSI.
Key Topics:
* Excitement of Storage
* Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (RAID)
* Network Attached Storage (NAS) Vs. Storage Area Network (SAN)
* Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) and iSCSI
* Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) and Internet Small Computer
Systems Interface (iSCSI)
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Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Administrator 70-647
If you want to develop hands-on experience as an Enterprise Administrator for Windows Server 2008, or prepare for the 70-647 MCTS exam, then this course is for you!
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WINS Server
WINS Server Training Videos:
How to Setup your First WINS Server!
How to Configure the WINS Client
Learn How the WINS Registration Process Works
Troubleshoot WINS Replication Issues
Backup and Restore the WINS Server database
How to Find Registrations in the WINS database
Use the NBTSTAT command to get NetBIOS Info
How to Tombstone Old WINS Registrations
Static Registration Records -- Linux Support
How to Backup and Restore a WINS Database
How to Create a WINS Hub & Spoke Topology
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Cisco


BCMSN 642-811
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BCMSN 642-812
Cisco BCMSN Training Videos:
Learn how a Cisco switch builds its routing table.
Find out how to define VLANs. Why use VLANs? How to configure different types of VLANs?
Learn about VLAN Trunking Protocol, how to configure VTP, Verify and spot common VTP misconfigurations.
Know the reason for using Etherchannels and how traffic is sent across an etherchannel.
Know the difference between bridging/switching loops and routing loops in Spanning Tree Protocol.
Find out where to place the root bridge and how to guarantee a particular bridge is elected root.
Learn more about the danger of changing STP timers, and how to do it right.
Find out how to perform inter-VLAN routing on a MLSwitch.
Learn more about Power over Ethernet, IP Telephony and Cisco IP phones.
Know how to configure port-based authentication and how to defend against L2 and spoofing attacks.
Find out differences between wireless and wired LANs, and between CSMA/CD and CSMA/CA.
Learn more about wireless architectures and design guidelines.
Know Cisco three-layer switching model in and out.
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BSCI 642-801
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BSCI 642-901
Cisco BSCI Training Videos:
Know IP Routing in Depth: What is It? What the Options Are? And What is Best For Your Network!!!
Master the Functions, Operations, and Configuring of EIGRP Routing.
Learn Single-Area and Multi-Area OSPF: How to Configure and Troubleshoot OSPF With the Best CCIEs.
Configure IS-IS and Understand the Benefits.
Know When to Use BGP and When Not To Use BGP.
No Longer is BGP Configuration Confusing With Chris's Explanation Including Path Features: Origin, AS_PATH, Next-Hop, Multi-Exit, Local Pref, Weight and More!
Networks Are Growing and IPv6 is Growing With Them. Learn How to Best Utilize IPv6 on Your Cisco Hardware.
The Cisco BSCI Course Includes the Most In-Depth Route Redistribution Coverage Available.
Become a Natural With Multicasting. Configure, Troubleshoot, and Truly Understand Multicasting and It's Options.
The BEST Cisco Admins and Engineers Know the Value To a Good Networking. Chris Explains the Network Models to Help You with Your Network.
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BCRAN
Cisco CCNP BCRAN Training Videos:
Cisco Remote Access including VPNs & Frame Relay
Master Advanced Remote Accesss Techniques & Technologies
Learn the "In's and Out's" of Frame Relay
Learn how to configure SVCs, PVCs and DCLIs
Learn about Port Costs & Root Port Selection
Setup and Configure Local Management Interface (LMI)
Setup, Configure & Troubleshoot PPP Multipoint & PPP Callback
Learn How to Setup Floating Static Routes
Master Queuing in a Cisco Remote Access Enviroment
Authentication Methods including TACACS+, RADIUS, & Kerberos
Learn VPNs, Tunneling Protocols, Key Encryption, IPSec and more!
Learn Modem Basics, Pins, Reverse Telnet and Modem Standards
Setup, Configure & Troubleshoot Static and Dynamic NAT
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BCRAN
Cisco CCNP BCRAN Training Videos:
Cisco Remote Access including VPNs & Frame Relay
Master Advanced Remote Accesss Techniques & Technologies
Learn the "In's and Out's" of Frame Relay
Learn how to configure SVCs, PVCs and DCLIs
Learn about Port Costs & Root Port Selection
Setup and Configure Local Management Interface (LMI)
Setup, Configure & Troubleshoot PPP Multipoint & PPP Callback
Learn How to Setup Floating Static Routes
Master Queuing in a Cisco Remote Access Enviroment
Authentication Methods including TACACS+, RADIUS, & Kerberos
Learn VPNs, Tunneling Protocols, Key Encryption, IPSec and more!
Learn Modem Basics, Pins, Reverse Telnet and Modem Standards
Setup, Configure & Troubleshoot Static and Dynamic NAT
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CCNA 640-801
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CIT
Cisco CCNP CIT Training Videos:
Boost your knowledge of Cisco Troubleshooting and Support
Learn the "In's and Out's" of ARP and Proxy ARP
Learn How Static & Dynamic Mappings Work
Setup & Troubleshoot LMI Autosense
Setup, Configure & Troubleshoot PPP Callback & Multilink
Learn How to Troubleshoot Dialer Watch
Learn How to Debug Layer 2 and Layer 3 with ISDN
Setup & Troubleshoot Common VLAN and VTP Setup Errors
Configure and Troubleshoot RIP, IGRP, and EIGRP
Setup, Configure & Troubleshoot IPSEC and Access Lists
Troubleshoot with Ping, Traceroute, Telnet and more
Become a BGP Troubleshooting Specialist!
Master the art of Troubleshooting Serial Interfaces
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ICND1
Operation of Data Networks
- OSI and TCP/IP Models
- LAN/ WAN Operation and Features
- TCP vs. UDP
Ethernet Technologies
- Ethernet Standards
- Cable types: Straightthrough, Crossover, and Rollover
Implementation of a Small Switched Network
- Operation of Cisco Switches
- Basic Switch Security
- VLAN theory and demonstration
- Troubleshooting
IP Addressing & Services
- Private IP Addressing
- DNS Operation
The Cisco Routing Process
- Basic Router Processes and Commands
- Introduction to RIPv1 and v2
- Cisco IOS
WLANs - Wireless Networking
Security: Identify and Mitigate Threats
WANs
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ONT
Find out what QoS is, how important is and Why we use it.
Understand QoS Policy and Models?
Discover the key differences between Best-effort, DiffServ and IntServ.
Go way beyond a basic understanding of queueing methods such as FIFO, PQ, WFQ, CBWFQ, WRR, and many more ... get to know them inside and out!
Find out what Marking Traffic really means including why and where to mark traffic and how to define trust boundaries.
Understand the differences between traffic policing and traffic shaping and how to use them.
Know the limitations of Tail Drop and recognize differences between RED and WRED.
Dig beneath the surface of end-to-end QoS and Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
Find out how to configure and verify AutoQoS manually as well as using AutoQoS Wizard.
Master All details of Wireless LANs and QoS on WLANs.
Fully grasp WLAN security issues and how to minimize the security threat and risks.
Get comfortable with WLAN Management Techniques, Cisco Wireless Control System and Wireless LAN Solution Engine.
Master Voice over IP (VoIP) and understand differences between Analog and Digital Interfaces.
Easily detect and overcome overhead and compression issues in VoIP, bandwidth considerations, and much more.
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ISCW
Intro To ISCW
Network Modeling
Remote Connectivity Methods
Basic (and Not-So-Basic) Security
Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA)
MultiProtocol Label Switching (MPLS)
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
Firewalls
Intrusion Prevention System (IPS)
Network Modeling
The Cisco Three-Layer Model
The Cisco Enterprise Architecture
Cisco IIN and SONA
Teleworking: Questions to Ask Before Implementing
Remote Connectivity Method
Intro to Broadband
DSL Delivery Options
Cable Modem Boot Process
PPPoE, PPPoA, and RFC 1483/2684 Bridging
Basic Troubleshooting
Hybrid Fiber-Coaxial
Basic (and Not-So-Basic) Security
Password Basics
NTP and Router Clocks
Telnet and SSH
Banners
TCP Intercept
IP Spoofing and 3704 Filtering
Views and Superviews
SNMP Security Basics
Autosecure (CLI and SDM)
Basic Logging Commands
Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting (AAA)
Authentication and Authentication Lists
Configuring AAA at the CLI
Configuring AAA with SDM
Debugging AAA
Authorization
Privilege Levels
Account
MultiProtocol Label Switching (MPLS)
Types, Modes, and Router Roles
“push, swap, pop”
Labels, the Control Plane, and the Data Plane
The MPLS Process
Penultimate Hop Popping
The FIB, LIB, and LFIB
Basic MPLS Configuration
MPLS VPNs
Route Distinguishers and VRFs
MTU Sizing
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
Terminology
Tunneling Protocols
Data and Key Encryption Methods
IPSec Architecture
Configuring Site-to-Site VPNs, Policies, and Transform Sets
Crypto ACLs
Configuring GRE over IPSec (Using SDM)
GRE Tips
Easy VPN Theory and Configuration
Stateless and Stateful VPN Failover Methods
Firewalls
Intro to Firewalls
Stateless and Stateful Filtering
IOS Firewall Feature Set Components
Extended ACL Review
CBAC Operation and Benefits
Firewall Configuration at the CLI
Firewall Configuration with SDM - Basic and Advanced
SDM Basics
Direction of Your Lists
Disabling IP Inspection
Intrusion Prevention System (IPS)
Comparing IPS and IDS
Approaches to Intrusion Prevention
Signatures and Signature Types
SDFs
Signature Actions
SDEE and Syslog
“False Positives”
Configuring IPS with SDM

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CCNA Security
You cannot be a Cisco Network Administrator without knowing Cisco Security. Today, security knowledge is no longer a luxury, it is a necessity in nearly any IT position.
Any job applicant, from the most experienced network admin to the entry level junior admin will be required to demonstrate a substantial amount of knowledge concerning security elements.
Passing the CCNA Security exam and proving your security knowledge is difficult. That's why I have created this comprehensive course that shows you how to tackle the diverse security issues that you will face on the exam and in the real world.
As with all Train Signal courses, this CCNA Security course presents the same combination of clearly explained theory and an abundance of "real world" lab examples using the new Security Device Manager (SDM) and the Command Line. This exciting course contains over 13 hours of video instruction where I break down network security theory as you work hands on with real Cisco routers & switches... and secure your own network!
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ICND2
Advanced Switching
STP
Root Bridges, Root Ports, and Designated Ports
STP Timers and Port States
Portfast
VLANs and Trunking
Access and Trunk Port Comparison
VTP
“Router on a Stick”
RSTP and PVST
Etherchannels
PTP WAN Links, HDLC, PPP, and Frame Relay
HDLC vs. PPP
PPP Features
PAP and CHAP
Frame Relay Introduction
Frame Relay LMI Theory
Frame Relay Configs, DLCIs, Frame Maps, and Inverse ARP
Frame Sub-Interfaces
Split Horizon
Frame Relay LMI Show, Debug, and Lab
FECN, BECN, DE bits
PVC Status Meanings
Static Routing and RIP
Static Routing Theory and Configuration
Distance Vector Protocol Behavior - Split Horizon and Route Poisoning
RIP Theory and Version Differences
The Joy of “show ip protocols”
RIP Limitations
RIP Timers
Floating Static Routes
EIGRP
Introduction to EIGRP
Successors and Feasible Successors
EIGRP vs. RIPv2
Basic Configuration
Wildcard Masks
Load Sharing (Equal and Unequal-cost)
EIGRP, RIPv2, and Autosummarization
Passive vs. Active Routes
OSPF
Link State Routing Protocol Concepts and Basics
The DR and BDR
Hello Packets
Troubleshooting Adjacency Issues
Hub-and-Spoke NBMA OSPF Networks
Broadcast Networks
The OSPF RID
OSPF Router Types
Advantages of OSPF
Point-to-Point OSPF Networks
Default-Information Originate (always?)
OSPF Authentication
IP Version 6 and NAT
IPv6 Theory and Introduction
Zero Compression and Leading Zero Compression
IPv6 Reserved Addresses
The Autoconfiguration Process
OSPF v3 Basics
Transition Strategies
NAT Theory and Introduction
Static NAT Configuration
Dynamic NAT Configuration
PAT Configuration
Introduction To VPNs
Intro To VPNs
Tunneling Protocols
VPN types and terminology
Data encryption schemes
Key encryption schemes
IPSec architecture
IPSec process overview
ACLs and Route Summarization
Intro to ACLs
ACL logic and the implicit deny
ACL numeric ranges
The wildcard mask
Standard ACL theory and configuration
Adding remarks
Using “host” and “any”
The order of the ACL lines
Extended ACL theory and configuration
Named ACL theory and configuration
Using an ACL to block Telnet access
Where to place ACLs, in theory and the real world
How and when to block pings
Dynamic and time-based ACLs
Common port numbers to block and deny
Sequence numbers and editing ACLs
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VMware ESX Server
VMware ESX Server Training Videos:
Discover what virtualization is, the many ways to utilize it, and exactly what it can do for your career and/or your business.
Find out about the different types of virtualization. What products are available and how they differ?
Find out how to select the right hardware needed for virtualization, RAM, CPU, Disk Storage.
See the step-by-step installation process for VMware ESX Server, as well as for VMware Virtual Infrastructure and VMware Virtual Center
Maintain your VMware ESX Server configuration and all of your virtual guest machines with the Virtual Infrastructure Client's visual interface, as well as the service console.
Discover how to create virtual machines, virtual appliances, resource pools, clusters, and much more.
Find out how to configure and manage VMware Server using VMware Management Interface and VMware Server Console.
Learn how to use Tasks, Events, Alarms, and Maps in VMware ESX Server.
Understand what Virtual Machine Snapshots are and how to use them.
Discover the many different types of virtual networking with VMware and their advantages!
Learn how to clone and migrate virtual machines: V2V and P2V.
Learn to use vMotion to migrate servers with zero downtime!
Determine how to optimize the hard disk, perform memory and CPU adjustments, and complete virtual machine configuration changes.
Find out the different types of backups available for VMware, as well as third party companies.
Get familiar with the new features in VMWare ESX Server 3.5 and VMware ESX Server 3i.
Learn how to efficiently update VMware ESX Server with little to no downtime!
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VMware vSphere
VMware vSphere Training Course Outline:
Video 1 IntroductionLearn what's in the course.
What's Covered in this Course
Introduction to VMware ESX vSphere
Video 2 Meet Your InstructorIn this video you will find out a little bit about your instructor David Davis and you will learn about the importance of VMware
Meet Your Instructor
Why is VMware ESX So Important to Me, You, and the Future of IT?
Video 3 Our Scenario with the Wired Brain Coffee CompanyIn this video I layout the scenario we will be using throughout the course, that will allow us to work hands on with VMware ESX vSphere in a corporate setting.
Our Scenario
Your Role in the Company
Network Diagram
Video 4 VMware Certification - Preparing for the VCP and VCDXIn this video you will discover the benefits of becoming a VCP and you will learn the best way to prepare for your VCP and VCDX exams.
What are My VMware Certification Options?
What Does It Take to Get a VCP?
What Are the Benefits to Becoming a VCP?
How Do I Upgrade My VCP Certification?
How Do I Best Prepare for the VCP?
What Does It Take to Get a VCDX?
What is a vExpert?
Video 5-1 Introduction to Virtualization In this video we are starting with the basics of virtualization. If you're new to virtualization this video will be a great place to start out and if you are more experienced with virtualization, then this video will be a great virtualization review as you start to work your way through the rest of the course.
What is Virtualization?
Virtualization Management Layer Approach
Dedicated Virtualization Approach
What Are the Various Types of Virtualization?
Server Virtualization
Storage Virtualization
Network Virtualization
Application Virtualization
Desktop Virtualization
What Type of Virtualization is Right for Your?
What Makes Virtualization So Appealing?
How Can Server Virtualization Help Me?
Video 5-2 Virtualization Products Compared What are the differences between the various virtualization products that are available? In this video we will compare and contrast virtualization software and go over the pluses and minuses of each.
VMware ESX 4 Server
VMware Server
Microsoft Hyper-V
Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 with SP1
Citrix XenServer
Competitive Comparison
Video 6 VMware ESXi4 Free Edition for the SMB In this video you will learn the differences between the free edition of VMware ESXi and vSphere. Plus, you will see why ESXi is a great solution for small businesses.
What Does VMware ESXi Free Edition Offer You?
Why is ESXi Free Ideal for the SMB?
Hardware Requirements
Getting and Installing ESXi Free
VMware ESXi Free Edition FAQ
ESXi vs. vSphere
Video 7 VMware vSphere 4 and ESX EssentialsIn this video we will discuss the new features and versions of vSphere and vSphere related products. Plus, we will delve into on of the hottest IT topics around today, Cloud Computing.
vSphere Overview
vSphere Offers New Features
Learning "vEverything" - vCloud, vCompute, vNetwork, vStorage, and vMore
Cloud Computing
vSphere Components
VMware vSphere-Related Products
Packaging and Versions
No, You Cannot Buy ESX
New Licensing Changes in vSphere
Upgrading from Virtual Infrastructure Suite/ESX 3.x
Video 8-1 vSphere Management OptionsIn this video you will learn how to utilize the different management options of vSphere in order to properly take advantage of the features that vSphere offers.
How Do I Manage This Thing?
What's the Password, Man?
Point Your Web Browser to ESX and vCenter
Command Line Junkies - COS and SSH
Hacking the ESXi Console to Gain Access
I Love the vSphere Client!
Video 8-2 Installing the VMware vSphere ClientBefore you install the vSphere Client, you need to understand the installation requirements to make sure everything installs smoothly. Plus, we will actual download and perform a VMware vSphere installation.
vSphere Client Installation Requirements
vSphere Client Includes...
Downloading and Installing the vSphere Client
Video 8-3 Navigating vSphere using the vSphere ClientInstalling the vSphere Client won't do you much good if you're unsure how to use it. In this video, I will walk you throughg what you need to know to successfully utilize the vSphere Client.
vSphere Terminology (Lingo)
Using the vSphere Client
Navigating the vSphere Client with Hotkeys
Searching the Virtual Infrastructure
Sorting and Filtering in the vSphere Client
Exporting Data
Running Reports
Performing VM Guest Remote Control
Video 9 Running VMware ESX 4 in WorkstationIn this video you will learn why running VMware ESX 4 in Workstation may be beneficial. Plus, I will walk you through the requirements for this type of setup and the best way to configure VMware ESX in Workstation.
Why Would You Want to Run ESX in WS?
What is Required?
Do I Have the Right CPU?
How Do You Configure Your Workstation VM That Will Run ESX?
Creating ESX Server 4.0 Inside Workstation
Running Our New ESX Server
Video 10-1 Installing VMware ESX 4In this video I will prepar you to install VMware ESX 4 and you can follow along as I download and install VMware ESX 4, step-by-step.
Why is Hardware Compatibility so Important?
How to Check Hardware Compatibility
Official Hardware Requirements
Downloading VMware ESX 4
Installing VMware ESX 4, Step by Step
Starting ESX 4 for the First Time
Installation Tips and Tricks
Video 10-2 Installing VMware ESXi Version 4In this video you will learn the process of checking for hardware compatability, checking hardware requirements, and you will work hands on to install and configure your own ESXi Server!
Why is Hardware Compatibility so Important?
How to Check Hardware Compatability
Official Hardware Requirements
ESXi Installation Notes
ESXi is the "Real Deal"
Difference Between ESXi Free, ESXi Installable, and ESXi Embedded
Downloading VMware ESXi Version 4
Installing VMware ESXi Version 4, Step By Step
5 Steps to Configuring Your New ESXi Server
Checking DNS in a Web Browser
Video 11-1 Installing VMware vCenter 4In this video you will learn about the new features of vCenter 4. Plus, you will see how to install and configure vCenter 4 step by step.
vCenter 101 – What You Need to Know
What’s New in vCenter4
Installation Requirements and Prerequisites
vCenter Server Components & Add–Ons
Required Ports for vCenter
How and Where to Download vCenter 4
Advantages to Installing vCenter in a VM
Installing vCenter 4, Step–by–Step
Verifying Our Installation
Video 11-2 vCenter 4 – Configuring Your New Virtual InfrastructureIn this video you will see how to properly name and organize your Virtual Infrastructure. Plus, you will work hands on to create and configure your own Virtual Infrastructure.
Planning the Virtual Infrastructure
Wired Brain Coffee Company Network Diagram
Creating Our Virtual Infrastructure
Configuring vSphere Licensing
Removing “Getting Started” Tabs
Configuring the ESX Server Clock and NTP
vCenter Server Settings and Plugins
Reviewing System Logs
vCenter Sessions
vCenter Service Status
Monitoring ESX Host Health Hardware Status
Video 11-3 Creating and Modifying Virtual Guest MachinesInstalling a guest operating system in a guest virtual machine can be tricky and in this video you will see how to avoid common issues while installing a guest OS. Plus, you will work hands on to create your own guest virtual machine and install a guest operating system.
Changing BIOS Settings in a Guest VM
Creating ISO Images of CD/DVD Install Media
Using LC ISO Creator
Transferring ISO Files to Your ESX Server
Using Datastore Browser Upload Feature
Using Secure Copy Protocol (SCP)
Using PuTTY
Samba Client Share
Creating a New Virtual Machine and Installing the OS
VMware Guest OS Install Guide
VMware Compatibility Guide
Steps to Installing Your New Guest VM
Creating a New VM
Installing a Guest Operating System
Downloading VMs from Virtual Appliance Marketplace
Video 11-4 Installing and Configuring VMware ToolsIn this video I will show you why using VMware Tools is essential and I will cover everything from installing VMware Tools, configuring VMware Tools, and updating VMware tools.
Why You Should Use the VMware Tools
Installing the VMware Tools in Linux
Verifying VMware Tools Installation
Running VMware Toolbox in Linux
Updating VMware Tools
Installing the VMware Tools in Windows
Configuring VMware Tools with VMware Toolbox
How to Use Searching, Sorting, and Filtering to Find Out if VMware Tools are Installed
Video 11-5 Adding Virtual Machine Hardware with vSphere Hot PlugOne of the main benefits of virtualization is the ability to add new virtual machine hardware to your VM quickly and efficiently. In this video you will learn how to “Hot Add” RAM and “Hot Plug” for CPU while your virtual machine is running.
Adding, Modifying, and Removing Virtual Hardware
What Are the Requirements to Use vSphere Hot Add/Hot Plug?
Using Hot Add to Add RAM to a Virtual Machine
Using Hot Plug to Add CPU to a Virtual Machine
Using Hot Add and Hot Plug without a Reboot
Adding a 2nd Virtual Disk to a Running Virtual Machine
Expanding a Virtual Disk on a Running Virtual Machine
Video 11-6 Using vSphere Host ProfilesIn this videos you will see how to solve common issues like standardizing ESX Server configuration, using Host Profiles. This is a cool new feature in vSphere that you can’t afford to miss!
Standardizing ESX Server Configuration with vSphere Host Profiles
5 Steps to Using Host Profiles
Creating and Editing Host Profiles
Checking Compliance
Applying Host Profiles to Servers and Clusters
Another Way of Checking Compliance
Video 12 Administering VMware ESX Server SecurityIn this video you will learn how to use the various security tools of vSphere to make sure your virtual environment is properly secured.
Basics of vSphere Security
VMsafe and vShield Overview
Default vSphere Security Roles
Adding, Modifying, and REmoving ESX Users and Groups
Using Windows AD Users and Groups to Secure vSphere
Using AD to Give Specific Access
Defining and Applying Roles and Permissions
Creating Custom Role
Allowing Root Login via SSH
Securing Guest Virtual Machines
Video 13-1 Introduction to and Installing VMware Data Recovery (VDR)In this video you will learn how to install and configure VDR. Plus, we will discuss the benefits and limitations of VDR.
What is VMware Data Recovery (VDR)
Why Do I Need VDR?
How Do I Get Data Recovery?
What Are the Benefits of Using VDR?
What Are the Limitations of VDR?
How Does VDR Work?
Installing VMware Data Recovery
Configuring VDR Appliance
Installing VDR Plug–In
Connecting VDR Appliance to VMware vCenter
Video 13-2 Backup and Restore with VMware Data Recovery (VDR)In this video you will work hands on to backup and restore data on your own virtual machines.
Creating a Backup Destiniation – Local
Adding a Network Share
Creating a VDR Backup Job
Gotchas of VMware Data Recovery
Checking Backup Job Status
Recovering/Restoring an ESX Guest VM
Video 14-1 Virtual Storage 101 and Storage TerminologyStorage is a critical piece of any virtual infrastructure. In this video you will learn the critical knowlegde you will need to properly utilize Virtual Storage.
Storage 101s
Storage Area Networks 101
Understanding iSCSI Storage
Why You Need a Storage Area Network (SAN)
Storage Terms You Must Know
What Is in a Database?
ESX Server Storage Options
VMFS Specs and Maximums
Video 14-2 Configuring vSphere StorageIn this you will work hands on to configure vSphere Storage using the virtual storage theory you have learned thus far.
New vSphere Datastore Inventory
Datastore Maps
Datastore Performance
Datastore Configuration Tab
Datastore Tasks, Events, Alarms, and Permissions
Database Storage Views
Thin Provisioning for Fun and Profit
Creating New Virtual Machine with Thin Provision Disk
Finding Out the Disk Provisioning Type on Existing Disks
Converting a Thick Provision Disk to a Thin Provision Disk and Vice Versa
Storage Views in Relation to Thin Provisioning
Configure an Alarm to Prevent Overprovision
Digging Into Datastores
Taking and Using vSphere Snapshots
Creating and Deleting Snapshots
Video 14-3 Creating a Free iSCSI SAN with OpenFilerA Storage Area Network is the best way to manage storage when you have two or more servers. In this video I will show you how to use OpenFiler to configure iSCSI so that you will have one place to back up your data and manage your data as it grows.
OpenFiler Can “Open” Your Eyes to a SAN
Free SAN for All – Downloading OpenFiler
Installing OpenFiler
Configuring OpenFiler
Configuring OpenFiler as Our iSCSI SAN
Configuring iSCSI in vSphere 4
Creating a New Datastore for Our New Connection
Video 15-1 vSphere Virtual NetworkingIn this video you will learn about the vNetwork and the benefits of network virtualization. You will see how Virtual Networking can save your company time and money when it comes to implementation, troubleshooting, and getting away from physical hardware.
vNetwork Overview
New vNetwork Features in vSphere
vNetwork Terms – vmnic, vswitch, vswif, & Port Group
Viewing Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) Stats
vNetwork Configuration Scenarios – Single NIC
vNetwork Configuration Scenarios – Private/Host Only
vNetwork Configuration Scenarios – Multiple NICs
Using VLANs with vSphere
Configuring vNetworks and vSwitches
Moving Linux Servers to New VM Network
Providing ESX3 with Network Redundancy and Load Balancing
Checking Out Network Traffic Shaping and Security Options
CLI Network Troubleshooting Commands
Best Practices for vSphere Networking
Video 15-2 Using the vSphere Distributed Virtual Switch (dvswitch)The vNetwork Distributed Switch is a new feature that can only be found in VMware vSphere. In this video you will learn how to configure the vDS to provide consistent networking across all hosts.
Introduction to the vNetwork Distributed Switch (vDS)
Comparing the vSphere Standard Switch to the Distributed Virtual Switch
Benefits of the Distributed Virtual Switch
Creating a New dvSwitch and Adding Hosts and vmnics to dvSwitch
Creating a dvport Group
Migrating a Single Virtual Machine
Migrating Legacy vSwitches and VM Networks to dvSwitch
Migrating Virtual Adaptors (SC & VMKernel) to dvSwitch
Viewing dvSwitch Mapping, Adv Conf, & Alarms
Video 16 Understanding and Using Tasks, Events, and AlarmsIn this video you will work hands on to learn how to use tasks and events and how to access them at different levels of the virtual infrastructure. Plus, you will learn to configure SNMP and SMTP to send email from vCenter.
Understanding Tasks and Events
Exporting Events
“Events Home” Section
Creating Scheduled Tasks
Configuring SNMP Traps in vCenter
Configuring SMTP Email in vCenter
Alerting with vCenter Alarms
Video 17 Performance Optimization in VMware vSphereIn this video you will learn about the best practices to improve your vSphere 4 performance. Plus, we will work with several performance management tools and use them to view performance information inside the vSphere Client and at the command line.
What’s New in vSphere 4 Related to Performance
Selecting the Right Hardware
Performance Best Practices
Why You Should Care About “Ready Time”
vSphere Performance Management Tools
CLI Performance Tool esxtop on ESX Full and ESXi
vSphere Performance Management Tools
3rd Party Performance Management Tools
Using Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS)
Video 18 Upgrading from VMware ESX 3.x and Virtual Infrastructure to vSphere 4Is your company currently using a version of ESX 3.x? Don’t let the daunting task of upgrading get you down! In this video we will work step by step through the upgrade process from ESX 3.x to vSphere 4.
Upgrade Prerequisites
Basic Upgrade Process
Edition Licenses
Upgrade Checklist for the Wired Brain Coffee Company
vCenter Server Upgrade
ESX Host Upgrade Using the vSphere Host Upgrade Utility
Upgrading VMware Tools and Virtual Hardware Version
Upgrading Licensing
Video 19-1 Moving Virtual Machines with VMotionIn this video you will learn how to use VMotion to move RUNNING virtual machines off of one ESX server and onto another ESX server. That means that your end users can use the applications on the virtual machine while you are moving it, resulting in virtually no downtime! You can’t afford to miss this video!
Why You need VMotion
VMotion Requirements
VMotioning Virtual Machines
Video 19-2 Moving Virtual Storage with SVMotionIn this video you will learn how to move the storage of RUNNING virtual machines from one datastore to another datastore. Plus, you will work hands on with SVMotion to migrate your storage to another datastore.
What is SVMotion?
SVMotion Requirements
Thin Provisioning and SVMotion
SVMotion Your Storage – Step–by–Step
Video 19-3 Load Balancing with Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS)As utilization of your virtual infrastructure begins to grow you will notice that the load on some virtual machines will be much greater than others. In this video you will learn how to use the Distributed Resource Scheduler to guarantee service levels and prevent a single virtual machine from monopolizing all of the resources.
Auto Load Balancing with DRS
Requirements to Use DRS
Reserving Resources
Creating a DRS Enabled Cluster
Adding ESX Servers to Our Cluster
Testing DRS
Using Resource Allocation
DRS/HA Cluster Settings
Resource Distribution Chart
Creating Resource Pools
Video 19-4 Implementing High Availability with VMware HA (VMHA)In this video you will learn how to use High Availability to bring back a critical application in the event of an ESX server failure. Plus, you will work hands on to configure VMHA in your own virtual environment.
Why Do You Need High Availability (HA)
VMHA Saving the Day
Requirements for VMHA
Configuring VMHA, Step–by–Step
Adding ESX Host to the Cluster
Enabling VMHA
Testing VMHA
Optional VMHA Configurations
Best Practices for VMHA
Video 19-5 Super High Availability with VMware Fault Tolerance (FT)In this video I will show you how to implement Fault Tolerance to provide continuous availability for a Virtual Machine. This literally means you will see how to make sure your Virtual Machines experience zero downtime!
Achieve Zero Downtime with Fault Tolerance (FT)
Requirements of FT
Constraints of FT
Testing to See If You Can Use FT with VMware Site Survey
Flip the Switch and Enable FT!
Testing Failover of Fault Tolerance Virtual Machine
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VMware Server
VMware Server & Workstation Training Videos:
Discover what virtualization is, the many ways to utilize it, and exactly what it can do for your career and/or your business.
Find out about the different types of virtualization. What products are available and how they differ?
Find out how to select the right hardware needed for virtualization, RAM, CPU, Disk Storage.
See a step-by-step installation process of VMware Workstation and Server - from start to finish!
Get comfortable with different VMware workstation features including: convert hardware wizard, importing options, management interface, and graphical user interface navigation.
Discover how to create virtual machines, change BIOS settings, add or remove virtual hardware, and much more.
Find out how to configure and manage VMware Server using VMware Management Interface and VMware Server Console.
Become familiar with Virtual Hard Disks, their uses, as well as their different types and modes.
Understand what Virtual Machine Snapshots are and how to use them.
Discover the many different types of virtual networking with VMware and their advantages!
Learn how to clone and migrate virtual machines: V2V and P2V.
Determine how to optimize the hard disk, perform memory and CPU adjustments, and complete virtual machine configuration changes.
Find out the different types of backups available for VMware.
Get familiar with VMware scripting.
Get must-have tips for VMware troubleshooting with VMware support script.
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[TCP/ IP and Network Fundamentals
The bonus course is full of the basic concepts you need to truly understand TCP/ IP – an integral part of networking. We will help you gain a general comfort level for what TCP/ IP is and how to configure it on a basic network computer.
Video 1
What is a protocol?
Key Points:
* Definition of a Protocol
* What is the OSI Model?
Video 2
Introduction to TCP/IP
Key Points:
* What is TCP/IP?
* Transport Layer Protocols
* Internet Layer Protocols
Video 3
Configuring an IP Address
Key Points:
* What is TCP/IP?
* Transport Layer Protocols
* Internet Layer Protocols
Video 4
IP Address Planning
Key Points:
* How to plan an IP Addressing scheme
* Rules for IP Addressing
* What is Classful IP Addressing
* Private IP Addressing vs. Public IP Addressing
* What is Network Address Translation (NAT)?
Video 5
Binary Numbers
Key Points:
* Decimal vs. Binary
* Convert Binary to Decimal
* Convert Decimal to Binary
* Using a Calculator
* IP Address Conversion
Video 6
Internetworking
Key Points:
* IP Address Review
* What is a Router?
* What is a Default Gateway?
* Client Configuration
* Subnetting
Video 7
Classless Interdomain Routing
Key Points:
* Problems with Classful IP Addressing
* Variable Length Subnet Masks
* Subnetting with CIDR & VLSM
* Formulas
* Basic Network
* CIDR Notation
Video 8
Fundamentals of IPv6
Key Points:
* Disadvantages of IPv4
* IPv6 Solutions
* IPv6 Addressing
* Types of IPv6 Addressing
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CompTIA A+ 2006
CompTIA A+ Training Videos:
Video 1
A+ Essentials - Communications and Professionalism
Learn how to communicate to end users effectively and professionally, both on the telephone and via email.
* Importance of Communication & Professionalism
* What makes you a good communicator?
* How do you appear professional?
* Telephone and Email Support
Video 2
A+ Essentials - Introduction to Installing & Configuring Operating Systems
Learn how to install and configure an operating system and, in the end, instill confidence on this essential task that every technician should know.
* Preparing for an OS Installation
* Methods of Installing your OS
* Installation Options
* Device Drivers
* Upgrade considerations
* Optimizing your install • Performing an OS Installation
Video 3
A+ Essentials - Laptop Computers
Once you understand laptop essentials, you can support laptop computers like a Pro!
* Introduction to Laptops
* Laptop form factors, RAM, peripherals, expansion, power, and LCD displays
* Configuring laptop power management
* Safely removing hardware
* Troubleshooting laptops
* Preventative maintenance of laptops
Video 4
A+ Essentials - Configuring Networking
Networking can be confusing but with a network expert like David Davis training you on networking, you will learn all you need to know to pass the A+ exam and resolve your end users’ network issues.
* Network Concepts
* Network Cables
* Network Technologies
* How to install, configure, and optimize networks
* Troubleshooting Networks
Video 5
A+ Essentials - Introduction to Operating Systems
By understanding operating systems, you will ace the A+ exam and have a strong foundation for all that you do to support PCs.
* OS History
* OS Today
* OS Terminology
* File Systems, Directories, & Files
* Basics of using Windows
* Performing common OS tasks
* Important System Files
Video 6
A+ Essentials - Personal Computers Part 1
Personal computer support is what you do as an A+ technician. After watching the PC Essentials Part 1 & 2 video, you will have the knowledge you need to succeed!
* What is a PC? What makes up a PC?
* Storage devices
* System Boards
* Power supplies
Video 7
A+ Essentials - Personal Computers Part 2
Personal computer support is what you do as an A+ technician. After watching the PC Essentials Part 1 & 2 video, you will have the knowledge you need to succeed!
* Processors / CPUs
* Memory
* Display devices
* Input devices
* Adaptor cards
* Ports and cables
* Cooling systems
* Basics of installing, removing, & configuring display, storage, and simple input devices
Video 8
A+ Essentials - Using Printers and Scanners
In this video, you will learn all that you need to know about printer and scanner support, repair, and maintenance – an essential part of the A+ certification.
* Types of Printers & Scanners
* Components of Printers & Scanners
* Interfaces connecting Printers & Scanners
* Configuring Printers & Scanners
* Troubleshooting Printers & Scanners
Video 9
A+ Essentials - Safety and Environmental Issues
After watching this video, you will learn how to work on computers safely while protecting the environment.
* Basics of computer safety & environmental issues
* Protecting the environment
* Cleaning computers safely
* Repairing computers safely
* Accidents
* Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
* Creating a safe working environment
Video 10
A+ Essentials - Introduction to Computer & Network Security
Safety is of the utmost importance for any company today. Learn how to protect your company’s data and prevent disasters!
* Fundamentals of Security
* Encryption
* Backups
* Authentication
* Malicious Software (viruses, worms, trojans)
* Firewalls
* File System Security
* Wireless Security
Video 11
A+ Essentials - Troubleshooting Operating Systems
As an A+ Technician, you will troubleshoot and support operating systems so watch this video to learn how!
* Troubleshooting Techniques
* System Files
* Error Messages & Bluescreen
* Boot Sequence
* ASR & ERD
* WinPE & BartPE
* Recovery from booting errors
* Booting methods
* Utilities
* Preventative Maintenance of the OS
Video 12
A+ Essentials - Introduction to PC Troubleshooting
Be a hero by fixing PC problems!
* PC troubleshooting theory
* Basic diagnostics
* Isolating issues
* Applying troubleshooting techniques
* Performing preventative maintenance
Video 13
A+ Essentials - Troubleshooting Printers and Scanners
You need to learn how to take the right steps to troubleshoot printers and scanners. In this video, you learn how to do it, step by step, and you see how to resolve common issues.
* Gathering Information
* Analyze Information
* Resolving common printer & scanner problems
Video 14
A+ Technician - Laptops and Portable Devices
In this more technical video, learn how to troubleshoot laptops in detail!
* Using laptops and portable devices
* Install, configure, and upgrade laptops
* Troubleshoot laptops
Video 15
A+ Technician - Configuring and Troubleshooting Networks
After watching this video, you will know how to step in and save the day when the network is down!
* Network types
* Core network components
* IP addressing
* DNS
* Configuring your network
* Browser configuration
* Sharing network resources
* Preventative maintenance of networks
Video 16
A+ Technician - Operating Systems
This video goes way beyond Operating System theory by getting down to the command line and showing you how to use administrator tools. After watching this, you will be a pro!
* Windows OS Command line tools
* Windows OS Disk structure
* Windows OS GUI utilities
* Optimizing Windows OS
* Boot Recovery
* Boot Sequence
* Dealing with Error Messages
* System Utilities
* Preventative Maintenance in the Windows OS
Video 17
A+ Technician - PC Component - Installation & Configuration
One of the first things you need to learn as a PC Technician is how to upgrade PC hardware such as CPU, RAM, and hard drives & that is what you will learn in this video!
* Upgrading/Installing motherboards, storage, CPU, RAM, and power supplies
* Considerations when upgrading your PC or buying a new PC
* How to install a new display device, RAM, and hard drive
Video 18
A+ Technician - PC Component - Troubleshooting & Preventative Maintenance
You don’t want to just solve problems, you want to be able to prevent them before they happen. In this video, you learn how to use troubleshooting tools and PC diagnostics to prevent hardware trouble before it happens.
* Using tools to perform PC troubleshooting
* Using PC diagnostics
* Performing troubleshooting on PC components
* Performing preventative maintenance on PCs
Video 19
A+ Technician - Using Printers & Scanners
Printer and Scanner support is a major part of the A+ exam and a major part of the daily life of an A+ technician. In this video, you will learn how to configure and troubleshoot printers & scanners.
* Types of Printers & Scanners
* Components of Printers & Scanners
* Interfaces connecting Printers & Scanners
* Configuring Printers & Scanners
* Troubleshooting Printers & Scanners
Video 20
A+ Technician - Computer & Network Security
We covered the theory of computer and network security in our essentials video. In this video, you will learn, hands-on, how encryption works, how to backup your data, how to rid your computer of viruses & worms, how to configure a firewall, and how to secure a wireless network.
* Fundamentals of Security
* Encryption
* Backups
* Authentication
* Malicious Software (viruses, worms, trojans)
* Firewalls
* File System Security
* Wireless Security
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CompTIA Linux+
CompTIA Linux+ Course Outline
Video 1
Introduction to Linux
This foundational video talks about the basics of Linux and a comparison with Windows.
* What is Linux?
* History of Linux
* Types of Linux, Linux vs. Unix
* Comparison of Linux vs. Windows
* Strengths and Weaknesses of Linux
Video 2
Introduction to Linux Certifications
We'll talk about the multiple certifications available for Linux:
* Linux+
* Redhat RHCT/RHCE
* LPI
* CLP/CLE9
* LCA
* Unix Certifications
Video 3
Installing Linux
Scenario based instruction explaining the proper hardware and methods of installing Linux.
* Identify Proper Hardware
* Methods for Installing Linux
* Linux Multimedia Options
* Determine a purpose for the Linux Machine
* Configuring Linux File Systems
* Configuring Boot Managers
* Configuring Network Options
* Configuring Linux Installation Parameters
* Installing Linux
Video 4
Using Linux – Part 1
Learn how Linux works – it’s applications, navigating Linux, and common tasks and commands.
* Common Linux tasks – log in , log out, task manager, panels, screens
* Common GUI Applications
* Command Line Shell vs. GUI Interface
* Directory Structure/ Navigation
* Changing Resolution and Colors
Video 5
Using Linux – Part 2
Learn how Linux works – it’s applications, navigating Linux, and common tasks and commands.
* Files and Directories
* Content and Directory Searches
* Linked Files using commands
* File and Directory Permissions and Ownership
* Configure the X Window System
* Environment Variables ($Path, $Display, etc)
Video 6
Administering Linux Users and Groups
Linux Objective 2.20 is covered in this video – Administer users and groups: create, modify, delete, passwords, etc.
* Create, modify, and delete Linux user accounts
* Create, modify, and delete Linux group accounts
* Understand /etc/password and /etc/group
* CLI Utilities
Video 7
Administering Linux – Part 1
Linux Objective 2.20 is covered in this video – Administer users and groups: create, modify, delete, passwords, etc.
* Manage Linux Processes
* Identify Processes and Processes Trees
* Monitor and Troubleshoot Network Activity
* Manipulate Test Files
* Redirect Output
Video 8
Administering Linux – Part 2
Linux Objective 2.20 is covered in this video – Administer users and groups: create, modify, delete, passwords, etc.
* Manage and Configure Print Jobs and Queues
* User Remote Management
* Configure and Manage NIS with yp commands
* Create and Modify basic Shell Scripts
Video 9
Administering Linux – Part 3
Linux Objective 2.20 is covered in this video – Administer users and groups: create, modify, delete, passwords, etc.
* Manage and Access Mail Queues
* Scheduling Jobs
* Managing runlevels and system initialization
* Tuning Kernel Runtime Parameters
Video 10
Linux Filesystem and Storage Management
In-depth video on Linux Objectives 2.1, manage local storage devices and files systems using CLI commands, 2.2, mount and unmount varied filesystems, 3.5, configure files that are used to mount drivers or partitions.
* Linux Filesystem
* Manage Storage Devices and Filesystems
* Storage Commands and Configuration Files
Video 11
Linux Package Installation and System Backups
Linux uses the Package Installation concept to install application updates, new applications, or new services. Linux objective 2.3, perform and verify backups and restores, is covered. I will show you how to locate the wide variety of backup programs available and will demonstrate the use of tar and cpio.
* Linux Package Installation
* System Backups and Restores
* Access Recordable Media
* Repair Packages
Video 12
Networking in Linux – Part 1
This section covers the following Linux Objectives: 3.1 Configuring Client TCP/IP Settings (OSI model, layering, how networking works), 3.2 basic network server features, 3.3 basic routing & subnetting, troubleshooting, 3.7 Configure a network interface card from command line, 3.10 Configure log files, 3.6 Implement DNS & describe how it works.
* Configuring Client TCP/IP Settings
* Configuring Basic Network Server Settings
* Implement Basic Routing and Subnetting
* Troubleshoot Networking and Hostname Resolution Problems
Video 13
Networking in Linux – Part 2
This section covers the following Linux Objectives: 3.1 Configuring Client TCP/IP Settings (OSI model, layering, how networking works), 3.2 basic network server features, 3.3 basic routing & subnetting, troubleshooting, 3.7 Configure a network interface card from command line, 3.10 Configure log files, 3.6 Implement DNS & describe how it works.
* Configure a Network Interface Card
* Read and Configure Linux Log Files
* Basics of Linux Domain Name Resolution
Video 14
Installing and Administering Linux OpenOffice
Learn about OpenOffice, a free office suite, and how to install and administer it. Scenario – convert (open, edit and save) MS Office docs to OpenOffice using Linux.
* What is OpenOffice?
* Installing OpenOffice
* Common MS Office Tasks in OpenOffice
* Sharing Files between OpenOffice and MS Office
* Our Scenario
Video 15
Installing and Administering Linux Samba Server
Learn about Samba Server – allows non-Windows hosts to function as Windows hosts. Samba allows for interoperability across different network systems. The scenario covers how to install and administer it.
* What is Samba?
* Administering Samba
* Installing Samba
* Our Scenario
Video 16
Installing and Administering Linux Apache Webserver
Learn about Apache Webserver – open source web server, which comes with Fedora Linux 5, but is disabled by default. The scenario covers how to install and administer it.
* What is Apache?
* Installing Apache
* Administering Apache
* Our Scenario
Video 17
Installing and Administering Linux DHCP and DNS
Learn about DHCP and DNS server. Learn to install and configure DHCP and DNS. The scenario covers how to install and administer it, using your Linux server as a DNS server/ DHCP, and also tests to make sure it works. Continues the learning from video 13.
* Installing and Administering DNS
* Our Scenario
* Installing and Administering DHCP
* Our Scenario
Video 18
Installing and Administering Linux FTP Server
Install, Administer, and learn the benefits of using the Linux FTP server. FTP, File Transfer Protocol, allows you to copy files between servers over the Internet. Scenario to test FTP server and perform basic configurations.
* Installing Linux FTP Server
* Administering Linux FTP Server
* Our Scenario
Video 19
Securing Linux
How to keep your system secure and detect issues. This video covers Linux Objective 4, Security, and the multiple components within. Learn to configure security files, set permissions, install firewalls, etc.
* Security Configuration Files
* Data Encryption
* System and File Integrity
* Special File Permissions
* Password Policies
* Linux Firewalls
* Limiting Users
* SELinux
Video 20
Administering Hardware
This video covers Linux Objective 1.2 Configure peripherals, and covers the majority of Linux Objective 6 – Hardware. Learn to describe, diagnose, identify, and configure hardware.
* Configure Peripherals
* Understanding Hardware Resources
* Diagnose Hardware Resource Issues
* Removable Hardware
* Power Management
* Mass Storage
Video 21
Reporting, Troubleshooting, and Performance Monitoring
This video covers much of Linux Objective 5, Documentation. Learn to monitor system performance, analyze and fix any problems; create and document written procedures, troubleshoot with common commands, and access documentation.
* Monitoring System Performance
* Documenting Linux
* Troubleshooting with System Log Files
* Accessing Documentation
Bonus Video
Linux Tips & Tricks
Learn how to play Windows Media files on your Linux box, dual boot Windows and Linux workstations, and speed up your Linux Navigation skills!
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CompTIA Network+ 2007
CompTIA Network+ 2007 Course Outline
Video 1
Intro to CompTIA Network+ 2007
Intro to the course, Chris Bryant, and the course outline.
* Introduction to your Instructor: Chris Bryant
* Course Outline
Video 2
The OSI Model
Beyond passing the exam, this information is important for you to truly understand what’s going on in a network, and what’s going on at each layer. It will help you also to understand networks – sending data from one point and receiving it at another.
* Application Layer
* Presentation Layer
* Session Layer
* Transport Layer
* Network Layer
* Data Link Layer
* Physical Layer
* Data Terminology
Video 3
Physical Networking
This video covers Network Topologies. We will discuss the physical setup of the network, how PC and other devices are connected, and the mapping of the physical components.
* Bus, Star, Ring Topologies
* Token Ring Networks
* FDDI, ATM
* Frame Relay
* T1, E1 Lines
* Full and Partial Mesh Topologies
* Topology Review (High Points)
Video 4
MAC Addresses
Before we discuss how MAC addresses work with and are used by switches, it’s important to know what MAC addresses are, how they are built, and the address format. This information is both vital in the real world and for passing the exam.
* How MAC Addresses are Used
* Mac Address Format and Hexadecimal Conversion
* Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
* Proxy ARP
* Reverse ARP
Video 5
CSMACD and VLANs
We will discuss the definition of collision, and how CSMACD helps lower the number of collisions in a shared segment environment. We will also clear up any confusion between collision and broadcast domains for the exam. Followed by a discussion of VLANs and how they differ from physical for future networking experience, Layer 3 Switches, and Ethernet Standards to prepare you for both the real world and exam time.
* Collisions and CSMA/CD in a Shared Network environment
* Collision and Broadcast Domain
* Virtual LANs
* Layer Three Switches
* “Router On A Stick”
* IEEE Ethernet Standards
Video 6
Network Protocols Part 1
In this video we will discuss network protocols: in-depth look at each, comparisons, benefits, and drawbacks of each.
* TCP and UDP
* DHCP
* ICMP
* DNS
Video 7
Network Protocols Part 2
In this video we will discuss network protocols: in-depth look at each, comparisons, benefits, and drawbacks of each.
* SMTP and POP3
* IMAP
* Telnet & SSH
* Point to Point Protocol(PPP)
* WINS
* IGMP
* Common Port Numbers
Video 8
IP Addressing & NAT
We will discuss basic binary conversions, which are vital in understanding where an IP address comes from and what it means. We will also discuss default and private IP addresses, what it means, and why we subnet.
* IP Addressing Basics
* IP Addressing Classes
* Private Address Ranges
* Network Address Translation
* Port Address Translation(PAT)
* Why We Subnet
Video 9
Disaster Recovery
This is the most important topic in this course, not just for your exam, but also for use in real networks. We will discuss plans put into place, not put into place, and the importance of data backups. We will discuss real world situations and how well a network is able to recover from problems, based on the planning put forth before an everyday problem occurs.
* Surge Protectors
* UPS
* Line Conditioners
* RAID Levels
* Duplexing and Mirroring
* Data Backup Types and Plans
* Data Backup Methods and Devices
* DAS, NAS, and SAN
* Hot, Warm, and Cold Sites
Video 10
Network Components
We will cover common devices found in networks – the misconceptions, and dos & don’ts with each. To acquaint you with each device, we will talk about how they work with routers and switches, and walk through the processes of each.
* Hubs and Repeaters
* Switches
* Routers and Gateways
* NICs
* Modems
* CSU/DSUs and Firewalls
* Proxy Servers
* Transceivers
Video 11
LAN Troubleshooting
This video covers samples of protocols and commands to run on a workstation. These are the main protocols that will help you identify an issue. We will discuss troubleshooting case studies of typical LAN issues that you will need to know for work in the real world. 80-90% of your job will consist of troubleshooting.
* Workstation and LAN Troubleshooting
* ARP
* IPCONFIG, WINIPCFG
* NETSTAT
* PING and TRACERT
* LAN Troubleshooting Case Studies
Video 12
Antivirus
Viruses, other threats, and antivirus programs. This is one of the most important videos for the exam and to maintain a healthy network. Millions of dollars are spend each year repairing the damage caused by attacks, which can be avoided by the preventive measures (antivirus programs) we discuss in this video.
* Viruses, Other Threats, and Antivirus Programs
* Trojan Horses, Worms and Viruses
* Stopping Viruses Before They Enter the Network
* Choosing & Configuring an Antivirus Program
* Turning Anti-Virus Programs Off
Video 13
Security Protocols
This section focuses on an overview of security protocols to get you familiar with how they operate for both the exam and real world.
* SSL & TLS
* WEP & WPA
* L@TP & IPSec
* PAP, CHAP, MS-CHAP and SLIP
* RADIUS & TACACS+
* PGP
* Kerberos
Video 14
Cables
This detail-oriented video is important for both passing the exam, knowing the differences and max lengths of cables, and understanding real-world troubleshooting at the most physical level.
* Coaxial Cable
* Twisted-Pair Cable
* UTP Categories
* 10 and 100BaseT Network Design Rules
* Fiber Optic
* Cable Capacity
* Cable Connectors
* Crossover, Straight-through, and Rollover Cables
* Cabling Tools
Video 15
Network Operating Systems
A basic overview of particular operating processes, the way they interoperate, and how to troubleshoot. The more processes you know, the more marketable you will be when looking for a job.
* Windows NOS
* Novell NOS
* Gateway Services For NetWare
* Client Services For Netware
* Intro to UNIX
* Intro to MAC OS X
* Troubleshooting NOSes
Video 16
Wireless & Extranets
Overview of the basics and standards of wireless. This is one of the fastest growing areas of IT, and thus a great area to specialize.
* Wireless Basics
* Wireless Standards, Ranges and Frequencies
* Bluetooth
* IrDA
* Spread Spectrum
* Wireless Antenna Types & Usage
* CSMA/CA
* Intranets & Extranets
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CWNA Wireless Networking
CWNA Wireless Networking and Administration Course Outline
Video 1
Ad Hoc Wireless Networking
You will learn a lot about how to configure wireless networking, by setting up a direct network between two clients. Also learn to secure and test your wireless network to make sure it is working properly.
* Scenario
* Learn the Basics of Ad Hoc Wireless Networks
* Create a Wireless Ad Hoc Network with Two Windows Clients
* Secure the Wireless LAN
* Test the WLAN by sharing Windows Files over the WLAN
Video 2
Wireless Terminology
We’ll cover terms for troubleshooting a wireless network, choosing the right equipment for your network, and terms you need to know for the certification exam.
* Why Wireless?
* Radio Frequency – gain, loss, etc.
* RF Math
* Signals and How Antennas work
* Spread Spectrum
* 802.11 Standards & Organizations
* Types of Network
* Authentication and Association
Video 3
Designing and Deploying Wireless
We’ll discuss some main components when designing and deploying your wireless network, such as, antenna types, devices, security, and common network issues and how to solve them.
* Antenna Types
* Installing Antennas
* Challenges and How to Solve Them
* Infrastructure Devices
* Client Devices
* Identify Proper Wireless Technology
* Security
* Site Survey Basics
Video 4
Basic Wireless Router and Client Setup
Learn how to set a basic wireless router and a single client, talking to an access point. Also, learn to put WEP encryption between the wireless client and the access point, to provide basic internet security.
* Review our Scenario
* Introduction to Infrastructure Mode
* Connect to the Integrated Wireless Router
* Configure Management Basics and Customize Configuration
* Test Client Communications to the Internet
* Configure Basic Wireless Security
Video 5
Cracking WEP and WPA
Learn to crack the encryption of WEP and WPA. We’ll do this with downloaded programs from the internet, so you can grasp how insecure WEP and WPA really are.
* Review our Scenario
* What You Need to Know, Including Steps for Cracking WEP and WPA With a Dictionary Attack
* Demonstrations
Video 6
Configuring Wireless Settings
Configure basic wireless settings and learn how easy it is for an attacker to get around your settings.
* Review our Scenario
* Install the Manufacturer’s client drives
* Perform basic site survey
* Configure Wireless Channels
* Configure the SSID
* Disable SSID Broadcast
* Demonstrate NetStumbler
Video 7
Inbound Address Translation, Firewalling, and MAC Filtering
Learn to configure NAT (network address translation) firewalling - to place restrictions on certain types of users, and demonstrate how easy it is to get around MAC and change your MAC address.
* Review our Scenario
* Inbound Address Translation Overview
* Inbound Address Translation Configuration
* Firewalling Overview
* Firewalling Configuration
* Wireless MAC Filtering Overview
* Wireless MAC Filtering Configuration
* Bypassing Wireless MAC Filtering using 2 tools
Video 8
Configuring WPA and WPA2 PSK Authentication
Learn to configure WPA and WPA2 to secure your network, and test out to see if everything works between client and access point.
* Review our Scenario
* WPA and WPA2 Overview
* WPA Configuration and Testing
* WPA2 Configuration and Testing
Video 9
Enterprise Wireless Gadgets
Learn about Wireless Gadgets, how to configure, and the pros and cons of cool gadgets and enterprise devices to use on your network.
* Review our Scenario
* Enterprise Wireless Gadgets Configuration
* Wireless Router with VPN Server and Hotspot
* Wireless Media Adaptor
* Wireless Game Adaptor
* Enterprise Wireless Access Point
* Enterprise Wireless Bridge
* Other Gadgets
* Conclusion
Video 10
Using RADIUS (802.1x Authentication)
What you need to know about, how to install and configure, and how to use on wireless access points. Learn how to configure windows server to be a domain controller, radius server, and certificate server.
* Review our Scenario
* RADIUS and 802.1x Authentication Overview
* Install RADIUS Server in Windows
* Configure Windows Internet Authentication Service (IAS)
* Use RADIUS (802.1x) with WPA2 Security
* Configure and Test Windows 802.1x Wireless Client
Video 11
Common Administrative Tasks
Learn to back up, restore, modify, upgrade, and administer the router. Take a look at 3rd party firmware.
* Review our Scenario
* Backup, Restore, Upgrades, and DHCP
* Demonstrate common administrative tasks on the wireless router
* Demonstrate an alternate version of after-market firmware
Video 12
Troubleshooting the WLAN
Learn how to troubleshoot common problems with the WLAN and tools available to use for troubleshooting.
* Review our Scenario
* Test Throughput of your WLAN (Qcheck)
* Perform Site Survey (Airmagnet Surveyor)
* Troubleshoot Internet Connectivity
* Troubleshoot Wireless Connectivity (AirDefense Personal, NetStumbler and Airmagnet Laptop)
Video 13
Wardriving and Bluetooth
We’ll discuss what they are and what you need to know about them.
* What is Wardriving?
* What is Bluetooth?
* Bluetooth Demonstration
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