Active Directory Services with Windows Server Certification Course (10969)

Active Directory Services with Windows Server Certification Training Course Overview

Active Directory Services with Windows 2012 R2 training program provides core skills to protect and manage data access information, simplify identity infrastructure deployment and management to provide secure data access to users from anywhere. This Active Directory training will enable professionals to gain in-depth knowledge of managing, securing and operating a Windows Server 2012 deployment. The Active Directory courses are highly recommended for system administrators, infrastructure administrators, AD DS administrators and IT professionals who wish to further build their expertise in Active Directory for Windows Server 2012.

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Active Directory Services with Windows Server Certification Course (10969) (Duration : 40 Hours) Download Course Contents

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Course Modules

Module 1: Overview of Access and Information Protection
  • Introduction to Access and Information Protection Solutions in Business
  • Overview of AIP Solutions in Windows Server 2012
  • Overview of FIM 2010 R2
Module 2: Advanced Deployment and Administration of AD DS
  • Deploying AD DS
  • Deploying and Cloning Virtual Domain Controllers
  • Deploying Domain Controllers in Windows Azure
  • Administering AD DS
Module 3: Securing AD DS
  • Securing Domain Controllers
  • Implementing Account Security
  • Implementing Audit Authentication
Module 4: Implementing and Administering AD DS Sites and Replication
  • Overview of AD DS Replication
  • Configuring AD DS Sites
  • Configuring and Monitoring AD DS Replication
Module 5: Implementing Group Policy
  • Introducing Group Policy
  • Implementing and Administering GPOs
  • Group Policy Scope and Group Policy Processing
  • Troubleshooting the Application of GPOs
Module 6: Managing User Settings with Group Policy
  • Implementing Administrative Templates
  • Configuring Folder Redirection and Scripts
  • Configuring Group Policy Preferences
Module 7: Deploying and Managing AD CS
  • Deploying CAs
  • Administering CAs
  • Troubleshooting, Maintaining, and Monitoring CAs
Module 8: Deploying and Managing Certificates
  • Using Certificates in a Business Environment
  • Deploying and Managing Certificate Templates
  • Managing Certificates Deployment, Revocation, and Recovery
  • Implementing and Managing Smart Cards
Module 9: Implementing and Administering AD RMS
  • Overview of AD RMS
  • Deploying and Managing an AD RMS Infrastructure
  • Configuring AD RMS Content Protection
  • Configuring External Access to AD RMS
Module 10: Implementing and Administering AD FS
  • Overview of AD FS
  • Deploying AD FS
  • Implementing AD FS for a Single Organization
  • Deploying AD FS in a Business-to-Business Federation Scenario
  • Extending AD FS to External Clients
Module 11: Implementing Secure Shared File Access
  • Overview of Dynamic Access Control
  • Implementing DAC Components
  • Implementing DAC for Access Control
  • Implementing Access Denied Assistance
  • Implementing and Managing Work Folders
  • Implementing Workplace Join
Module 12: Monitoring, Managing, and Recovering AD DS
  • Monitoring AD DS
  • Managing the AD DS Database
  • AD DS Backup and Recovery Options for AD DS and Other Identity and Access Solutions
Module 13: Implementing Windows Azure Active Directory
  • Overview of Windows Azure AD
  • Managing Windows Azure AD Accounts
Module 14: Implementing and Administering AD LDS
  • Overview of AD LDS
  • Deploying AD LDS
  • Configuring AD LDS Instances and Partitions
  • Configuring AD LDS Replication
  • Integrating AD LDS with AD DS
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Course Prerequisites
  • Experience working with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
  • Experience working in a Windows Server Infrastructure enterprise environment
  • Experience working with and troubleshooting core networking infrastructure technologies such as name resolution, IP Addressing, Domain Name System (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  • Experience working with Hyper-V and Server Virtualization concepts
  • An awareness and understanding of general security best practices
  • Experience working hands on with Windows client operating systems such as Windows Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8

 

Upon Completion of this Course, you will accomplish following:

Students enrolled for this class will cover the following topics in detail:

  • Conducting identity management using available solutions and addressing different scenarios
  • Deploying and administering Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server 2012
  • Securing an AD DS deployment
  • Monitoring, troubleshooting and managing business continuity in AD DS services
  • Implementing AD DS sites, and configuring and managing replication
  • Securing and provisioning data access using features such as Workplace Join, Dynamic Access Control, and Work Folders
  • Implementing hierarchy for certification authority (CA) using AD CS and managing CAs
  • Configuring and administering AD LDS (Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services)

Give an edge to your career with Microsoft certification training courses. Students can join the classes for Active Directory Services with Windows Server at Koenig Campus located at New Delhi, Bengaluru, Shimla, Goa, Dehradun, Dubai & Instructor-Led Online.

FAQ's


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An Active Directory is a service from Microsoft that stores information on a network so that it is accessible to specific users and network administrators. Active Directory allows a complete view of the stored network objects from a single point.

An Active Directory performs various tasks such as providing information on objects and services to the end users on the network.

There are basically two options available to users while choosing a directory service provider - LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) and Microsoft Active Directory.

LDAP and AD, both are basically based on the LDAP protocol and hosted on-premises in most of the cases. Also, both the directories connect users to cloud computing infrastructure such as IaaS or web-based applications.

However, the directories have very few similarities as compared to the differences that they possess.

OU stands for Organizational Unit. An OU is a subdivision of Active Directory which can hold users, groups, computers and other organizational units. Organizational units are created to reflect on organizations’ functional or business structures. A single OU can have multiple OUs within it, although the attributes will always be distinct. Active Directory OUs cannot contain anything other than domains.

A Forest is the largest container within Active Directory that holds all Active Directory domains together. The Forest is the ultimate defined security boundary for an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) environment.

A Domain Controller is a windows server that contains the Active Directory database and monitors network security acting as a gatekeeper for user authentication and authorization.

The roles in Active Directory are called Flexible Single Master Operation (FSMO) roles. These roles basically define the responsibilities of Domain Controllers. Currently there are 5 FSMO roles in Windows, namely:

  • Schema Master
  • Domain Naming Master
  • Relative ID (RID) Master
  • Primary Domain Controller (PDC) Emulator
  • Infrastructure Master