Active Directory Troubleshooting Course Overview

Active Directory Troubleshooting Course Overview

The Active Directory Troubleshooting course is designed to equip learners with the skills necessary to effectively install, manage, and troubleshoot Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) within a Windows Server environment. Through a comprehensive curriculum spanning eleven modules, students will delve into a variety of topics, from the nuances of domain controller configuration and AD DS replication to securing AD DS and managing certificates.

Learners will benefit from hands-on lessons on Group Policy implementation, the intricacies of AD DS synchronization with Microsoft Azure AD, and the monitoring and recovery of AD DS. The course is tailored to address real-world challenges, such as domain join issues, schema extension impacts, LDAP considerations, and account lockout troubleshooting. Participants will also gain insights into securing their infrastructure, understanding encryption and hashing, and efficiently managing objects in AD DS.

By the end of the course, attendees will possess a robust toolkit for diagnosing and resolving common and advanced Active Directory issues, ensuring the stability and security of their IT environment.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure that participants are well-prepared and can fully benefit from the Active Directory Troubleshooting course, the following prerequisites are recommended:

  • Basic understanding of networking principles, including TCP/IP and DNS.
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Windows Server operating systems and their core functionality.
  • Experience with Windows Server administration, including roles and features installation and configuration.
  • Knowledge of Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) concepts, such as domain controllers, forests, domains, trusts, and organizational units (OUs).
  • Ability to manage Windows Server and AD DS using both GUI tools (like Active Directory Users and Computers) and command line tools (like PowerShell and Command Prompt).
  • Understanding of Group Policy Objects (GPOs) and their application to manage user and computer environments.
  • Prior experience with basic system administration tasks, such as creating user accounts, resetting passwords, and configuring user permissions.
  • A willingness to learn and troubleshoot technical issues that may arise within an Active Directory environment.

These prerequisites are designed to ensure that all learners have the foundational knowledge required to tackle the more advanced concepts and troubleshooting scenarios presented in the course. While prior hands-on experience with AD DS is highly beneficial, a fundamental understanding of the listed concepts should provide a solid base for successful course completion and skill development.

Target Audience for Active Directory Troubleshooting

The Active Directory Troubleshooting course offers in-depth training for IT professionals seeking to master AD DS issues.

  • System Administrators
  • IT Support Technicians
  • Network Administrators
  • Active Directory Engineers
  • Infrastructure Architects
  • Security Analysts
  • IT Managers responsible for IT infrastructure
  • Technical Consultants
  • Systems Engineers
  • IT Professionals preparing for Microsoft certification exams related to Active Directory

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Active Directory Troubleshooting?

Introduction to Course Learning Outcomes:

Gain in-depth troubleshooting skills for Active Directory issues, including domain controller health, object management, replication, Group Policy, security, certificate services, Azure AD synchronization, and performance recovery.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Deploy, configure, and troubleshoot domain controllers in various scenarios to ensure a resilient Active Directory environment.
  • Understand and rectify issues related to Active Directory objects, attributes, replication, and schema modifications that impact system and application performance.
  • Master the creation, management, and troubleshooting of trust relationships between domains and forest trusts.
  • Implement and administer Active Directory sites, manage replication traffic, and troubleshoot common replication errors effectively.
  • Develop skills to create, apply, and troubleshoot Group Policy Objects (GPOs) to manage user and computer settings across the network.
  • Secure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), including deploying Read-Only Domain Controllers (RODCs) and managing password policies.
  • Manage and troubleshoot Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS), ensuring proper certificate issuance, validation, and revocation checks.
  • Deploy and manage certificates, understand the PKI infrastructure, and troubleshoot certificate enrollment and validation issues.
  • Implement and troubleshoot synchronization between on-premises AD DS and Microsoft Azure AD, including Azure AD Connect sync issues.
  • Monitor and recover AD DS performance, addressing issues such as slow logons, LSASS resource utilization, and database maintenance.