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MCITP Course Contents

• Advanced Terminal Services


• T.S Web Access Administration, Remote Apps. Etc.,
• Managing a Microsoft Windows 2008 Network Environment.
• Configuring Read-Only Domain Controller
• Designing Microsoft Windows 2008 Active Directory
Infrastructure, Network Infrastructure, Application Infrastructure.
• Windows Server Core

MCITP Course Contents

Network Essentials RODC & Physical Structure of AD-DS

• Networking Concepts, History of • Introduction & Configuration of Read-


Server OS Only Domain Controller
• Introduction to windows server 2003 • SITES and Global Catalog
& 2008 • Backup Strategies
• Features of Windows Server 2008 • Replication between the Domain
• Installation of Windows Server 2008 Controllers
• Installation of windows Vista
• AD-DS Partitions
• Introduction and Creation of Users
accounts

Active Directory - Domain Services Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

• IP Addressing • Introduction and Configuration of


• Logical Topologies - Peer-Peer & DHCP Server
Domain Models • DHCP Client Configuration
• Introduction to Directory Services • Reservations
• Evolution of Active Directory • BOOTP Server
Services - LDAP Protocol
• Features of Active Directory • DHCP Backup

• Installing Active Directory –


Domain Controller
Member Servers, Clients, User Configuration
Domain Name System (DNS)
• Configuring Member Servers and
Clients. • Internet Basics, Host & LM Host Files
• Creating Users in AD-DS • DNS Naming Hierarchy
• User Logon policies • Lookup Zones - Forward and Reverse
• Password policies lookup Zones
• Account Lockout policies • Types of Zones – Primary, Secondary &
Stub Zone
• User properties
• Resource Records, Integration with
ADS, SRV Records

Terminal Services Internet Information Services

• Terminal Server Configuration • IIS 7.0 Configuration


• Terminal Server Licensing Mode • Hosting Websites, Virtual Directories
• Remote Desktop • Backup & Restoring Sites
• T.S Web access administration and
T.S Remote Apps. • FTP Server Configuration

• Overview of T.S Gateway service

User Profile Permissions/Access Control Lists

• Types of Profiles • File Systems


• Local, Roaming and Mandatory • Security and Sharing Permissions -
Profiles Folders & Files
• Home Folder
• Offline Folder
• Disk Quotas

Routing & Remote Access

Logical Structure of AD - DS • Routing Configuration - Static Routes


• ICS, NAT, DHCP Relay Agent
• Configuring ADC • Remote Access Server Configuration
• Tree Structure - Child Domain • Dial-in & Dial-out

• FOREST Structure • VPN - PPTP, L2TP


FSMO Roles of AD - DS Windows Deployment Services

• Roles of AD - DS • Introduction & Configuration of WDS


• Transferring of Roles Server

• Seizing of Roles • Attended & Unattended Installation

Distributed File System, Backup & Disk Management


Recovery, Printers
• Basic & Dynamic Disks
• Introduction to DFS & File server • Types of Volumes
• Configuring Namespace, Folders etc • RAID 0, 1, 5 Levels
• Introduction to Backup & Backup • Remote Hard disk Partitioning
media • Mounting Concepts
• Types of Backups & Strategies
• Recovery of Data from any backup
media
• Introduction to printers

• Types of printers & configuration

Active Directory Trusts Advanced Topics

• Introduction to Trust Relationship • Windows Server Core


• Categories, Directions & Types of • Upgrading windows server 2003 to
Trusts 2008
• Functional Levels • Groups, VSS, Paging File
• Authentication Protocols • System state backup & restoration
• Domain Renaming, Auditing policies
• Configuring Forest Trusts between
2008 Forests • Overview of AD- FS, LDS, RMS, CS

Group Policy / System Policy Live Setup - Demo by Faculty

• Organizational Unit, Delegation of • Designing, Implementing & Maintaing


Control of Corporate Network
• User & Computer Policies
• Scope of Policies - OU, Domain,
Sites
• Group policy modeling (RSOP)
• Software Deployment
• Scripts, Folder Redirection

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MS Exchange Server Training - Course Contents


• Introduction to Exchange 2003
• SMTP, POP3, NNTP, IMAP Protocols
• Exchange Clients, Recipients
• Architecture of Information Store
• Storage Groups and Public Folders
• Upgradation from Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2003
• Configuring Connectors
• Instant Messaging
• Backup and Recovery
• Integration of Anti Virus and Anti Spam

Sun Solaris Administration course will cover all aspects of SA1, SA2 certification and the
basics of Unix in detail. At the end of the course delegates will have the skills required to
administer a Solaris System. Sun Solaris Administration course will also cover Internet
application server configuration on live registered domain names with valid public IP addresses.
The training will be given by Senior System/Network engineers with several years of industry
experience.

Course Contents
• Introduction to Unix ,installation of Solaris
• User,Group administration,ACL
• Automation of Jobs, Disk partitions
• Mounting File Systems
• Backup and recovery, Printer Configuration
• Basic of TCP/IP, NFS, CacheFS, AutoFS
• Custom Jumpstart Installation, Quotas
• DHCP, NIS, DNS, Mail, Web, FTP, Proxy, Samba
• RAID,Modem configuration,Web based administration
• Installation of Oracle8i
Sun Solaris Administration

Introduction to Unix Network based File systems ( NFS, CacheFS, AutoFS)

• History of Unix • Basics of Network based file systems


• Basic Concepts of Operating Systems, • Configuring NFS servers for sharing
Kernel, shell and file system structure resources
• Basic Concepts of Unix • Configuring NFS clients
• Basic Commands of Unix • Configuring Cache FS on clients of NFS

• Advanced Unix Commands • Configuring AutoFS (Automatic file


systems), using direct and indirect
mapping

Installation of Solaris Custom Jumpstart Installation

• Introduction to Solaris • Creating profile for jumpstart installation


• Basic concepts of Solaris over the network
• Interactive Installation
• Web-start Installation • Starting the automatic (jumpstart)
installation on the clien
• Network based Installation

Software package and patch administration Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol


(DHCP)
• Installing, checking and deleting
software packages • Configuring Solaris as DHCP server
• Installing, checking and deleting of • Configuring various clients for dhcp
patches server, i.e. Windows client, Solaris
clients, Linux clients

Startup and Shutdown scripts Network Information Service (NIS)

• Open Boot Prom • Basics of NIS


• Boot Sequence • Configuring NIS master server, slave
• Kernel Initialization server and client
• Init Process
• Creating NIS users
• Run Control Script

User and group administration DNS with Bind 8

• Creating and deleting users from the • Basis of Internet


system • Basic of DNS and BIND8
• Modifying users profile
• Creating and deleting groups • Configuring DNS primary server, and
secondary servers
• Important system files related to user • Configuring DNS for multiple domains
administration and sub domains

• Configuring various clients ( Windows,


Solaris, Linux)

Advanced file permissions (ACL) Mail Server(SMTP,POP3,IMAP)

• Creating, modifying and deleting • Basics of Mail servers


ACL's • Configuring SMTP services

Automation of jobs • Configuring POP3/IMAP service on


Solaris
• At

• Cron

Device Configuration Web Server ( Apache)

• Basic architecture of devices • Basic of web service


• Device Naming convention • Introduction of Apache
• Configuring Apache for main site
• Reconfiguring devices
• Configuring Apache for multiple sites
using IP-based, port-based and name-
based virtual hosting

Disk, Slice and Mounting File System FTP server ( ProFTP daemon)

• Defining disk slices


• Mounting various file systems(hsfs,
pcfs, ufs) • Basics of File Transfer protocol

• Automatic mounting of file system • Configuring proftpd for anonymous ftp


service

Quotas Proxy Server (Squid)

• Creating Quotas for users • Basics of proxy service


• Configuring proxy service
• Auditing quotas • Creating ACL's for controlling access to
internet

• Configuring various clients ( Windows,


Solaris, Linux)
Backup and recovery

• Introduction to various types of backup Samba service


media
• Backing up and restoring data using • Basics of file sharing in Windows
ufsdump and ufsrestore commands • Configuring samba to act as PDC for
Windows Network
• Backing up and restoring data using tar
and cpio commands • Configuring samba service for file
sharing with windows systems

Printer Configuration RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks)

• Printing basics • Implementing RAID with ODS.(Online


• Configuring local printer Disk Suite 4.2.1)
• Configuring print server • Concatenation and growfs

• Configuring remote printer • RAID levels ( 0, 1, and 5) with hotspare


pool

Basics of TCP/IP Modem Configuration

• OSI reference model • Configuring Modems for Dial out


• Basics of TCP/IP purpose

• IP addressing, subnetting
Installation of Oracle 8i Web Based Administration

• Installing Webmin on Solaris


• Administrating the Solaris machine
remotely

• Using Webmin as Tool for configuring


various services on Solaris

Linux

This course will cover the basics & advance topics of Linux in detail. At the end of
the course delegates will have the skills required to administer a Linux System. The
course will also cover Internet application server configuration on live registered
domain named with valid public IP addresses. The training will be given by Senior
System / Network engineers with several years of industry experience.

Course Contents
• Introduction to Unix, Installation of Linux.
• User, Group administration, ACL
• Automation of Jobs, Disk partitions
• Mounting File Systems
• Backup and recovery, Printer Configuration
• Basic of TCP/IP, NFS, AutoFS
• Kickstart Installation, Quotas
• DHCP, NIS, DNS, Mail, Web, VSFTP, Squid, Samba
• Securing your Linux Server with Firewall
• Troubleshooting your Linux system

Linux Essentials System Administration Network Administration & Security

Introduction to Unix & Linux Installation of Linux

• History of Unix & Linux • Interactive Installation


• Basic Concepts of Operating Systems, • Kickstart Installation
Kernel, shell and file system structure • Network based Installation
• Basic Concepts of Linux
• Basic Commands of Linux

• Advanced Linux Commands

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Introduction to Graphical Environment

• Configuring Linux as DHCP server • Use and customize the GNOME


interface
• Configuring various clients for dhcp • Perform command tasks using the
server (Windows & Linux) GNOME GUI
• Launch applications from command
line and GNOME interface

• Customize X Window System

NFS Startup and Shutdown scripts

• Configuring NFS server • Boot Sequence


• Mounting NFS exports on NFS clients • Kernel Initialization
• INIT Process

Network Information Service (NIS) Software Package Administration

• Basics of NIS • Installing and deleting software


• Configuring NIS master server, slave packages
server and client
• Querying and updating software
• Creating NIS users packages

DNS with Bind 9 User and group administration

• Basis of Internet • Creating and deleting users from the


• Basic of DNS and BIND 9 system
• Modifying users profile
• Configuring DNS primary server, and • Creating and deleting groups
secondary servers • Important system files related to user
• Configuring DNS for multiple domains administration
and sub domains
• Configuring various clients ( Windows
& Linux)

Mail Server(SMTP,POP3,IMAP) Advanced file permissions (ACL)

• Basics of Mail servers • Assigning advanced files


• Configuring SMTP services permissions i.e. SUID, SGID and
• Configuring POP3/IMAP service on Sticky bit
Linux • Creating, modifying and deleting
ACL's
• Integrating Antivirus and Antispam.

Web Server ( Apache) Disk Partitioning and Mounting File System

• Basics of web service • Using fdisk, disk druid utilities for


• Introduction to Apache disk partitioning
• Configuring Apache for main site • Using mkfs, dd commands to create
• Configuring Apache for multiple sites file systems
using IP-based, port-based and name- • Mounting various file systems
based virtual hosting • Auto mounting of file system
• Logical Volume Manager (LVM)

FTP server ( vsftp daemon) Quotas

• Basics of File Transfer protocol • Enabling Quotas on partitions


• Configuring proftpd for anonymous ftp • Creating Quotas for users
service • Auditing quotas

Proxy Server (Squid) Backup and recovery

• Basics of proxy services • Introduction to various types of


• Configuring proxy services backup media
• Backup and restoring data using
• Creating ACL's for controlling access to dump / restore commands
• Backup and restoring using tar and
internet cpio commands
• Automation of Jobs

Samba service Securing your Linux Server

• Basics of file sharing in Windows • Implementing local security


• Configuring samba to act as member • Implementing network security
server for Windows Network • Implementing data security
• Configuring samba service for file • Basic elements of Fire Wall using IP
sharing with windows systems Tables

RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) Troubleshooting your system

• Implementing RAID on Linux • Recovering the super user password


• Pre installation / Post Installation • Recovering the boot loader (GRUB)
• RAID levels ( 0, 1, and 5) configuration • Troubleshooting Xserver problems
using RAID tools. • Troubleshooting network related
problems

Web Based Administration

• Installing Webmin on Linux


• Administrating the Linux machine
remotely

• Using Webmin as a Tool for


configuring various services on
Linux