MCITP Server Administrator MCSA 2008 Server syllabus


Windows 2008 Enterprise Edition is considered as Microsoft’s most reliable, scalable and high-performing server operating system. It has been designed to simplify the process of Migration from the previous versions of windows; managing mission critical data with enhanced security technology and provides maximum server uptime for sophisticated business needs.

MCITP: Server Administrator

The MCITP Server Administrator certification will help you develop and demonstrate your knowledge and skills in working with Server 2008 and prepare you for several different roles including:

– Windows Server Administrator
– Server Systems Administrator
– Monitoring Operator
– Network Administrator

The MCITP certification builds on a combination of MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist) prerequisites that will allow you to develop your technical skills and knowledge and prepare you for your role as a Server Administrator.



In preparation for your MCITP you will learn how to:
– handle day to day management of the server os, file structure and directory services
– handle software distribution and updates
– monitor servers
– troubleshoot servers
– configure the server
– implement an auditing policy
– perform scheduled vulnerability assessment scans

How to Earn Your MCITP: Server Administrator Certification?

There are three exam requirements for the MCITP Server Administrator certification:

– Exam: 70-642 Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring
– Exam: 70-640 Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring
– Exam: 70-646 Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator

70 – 640 -Windows Server 2008 Active Directory,
Configuring:

Configuring DNS for Active Directory
-Configuring zones
-Configuring DNS server settings
-Configuring zone transfer and Replication
-Configuring the AD infrastructure
-Configuring a forest or a domain
-Configuring trusts
-Configuring sites
-Configuring AD replication
-Configuring the global catalog
-Configuring operation masters
-Configuring additional AD server roles
-Configuring AD Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS)
-Configuring AD Rights Management Service (AD RMS)
-Configuring read-only domain controller (RODC)
-Configuring AD Federation Services (AD FS)




Configuring and maintaining AD objects
-Automate creation of AD accounts
-Maintain AD accounts
-Create and apply Group Policy objects (GPOs)
-Configure GPO templates
-Configure software deployment GPOs
-Configure account polices
-Configure audit policy by using GPOs

Maintaining the AD environment
-Configuring backup and recovery
-Perform offline maintenance
-Monitor AD

Configuring AD Certificate Services
-Install AD Certificate Services
-Configure CA server settings
-Manage certificate templates
-Manage Enrollments
-Manage Certificate revocations

70-642 -Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring:

Configuring IP Addressing and Services
-Configuring IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
-Configuring Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
-Configuring routing
-Configuring IPsec

Configuring Name Resolution
-Configuring DNS Server
-Configuring DNS zones
-Configuring DNS records
-Configuring DNS replication
-Configuring name resolution for client computers

Configuring Network Access
-Configure remote access
-Configure Network Access Protection (NAP)
-Configure network authentication
-Configure wireless access
-Configure firewall settings

Configuring File and Print Services
-Configure a file server
-Configure Distributed File System (DFS)

-Configure shadow copy services
-Configure backup and restore
-Manage Disk Quotas
-Configure and monitor print services

Monitoring and Managing a Network Infrastructure
-Configure Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server settings
-Capture performance data
-Monitor event logs
-Gather network data

70-642 -Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring:


Configuring IP Addressing and Services
-Configuring IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
-Configuring Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
-Configuring routing
-Configuring IPsec

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