WIN700 - Windows Active Directory Services

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Subject Title
Windows Active Directory Services

Subject Description
This subject provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to install, configure, and administer Windows server 2008 Active Directory. Topics such as Implementing DNS to support Active Directory, Creating a Windows 2008 Domain, Publishing Resources in Active Directory, Creating and managing Trees and Forests will be covered through lecture and hands-on exercises. The subject also focuses on the tasks required to implement Group Policy to centrally manage large numbers of users and computers.

Credit Status
1 Credit is the CTY Program.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Configure and manage users' desktop environments by using Group Policy

2. Implement Group Policy to centrally manage users and computers in a Windows Server network

3. Publish network resources in Active Directory to allow users to locate the resources and to allow centralized management of those resources

4. Delegate administrative control of Active Directory objects to decentralize administrative tasks in a Windows Server 2008 network

5. Set up and administer domain user accounts and groups to enable users to gain access to resources in a Windows Server 2008 network

6. Configure the Domain Name System (DNS) Server service on a computer running Windows Server 2008 to support Active Directory

7. Implement an Active Directory infrastructure that is based on a directory services design provided by an enterprise architect

8. Manage and troubleshoot Active Directory replication within a site and between sites

9. Deploy and manage software by using Group Policy

10. Manage operations masters

11. Manage and restore the Active Directory database

12. Describe the logical and physical components of Windows Server 2008 Active Directory

13. Create and manage trees and forests in a Windows Server 2008 network, and administer forest-wide resources

14. Create a Windows Server 2008 domain by installing and configuring Active Directory, and implement an organizational unit (OU) structure

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