Caricamento...
MOC6445

Implementing and Administering Windows Small Business Server 2008

Prezzo

€ 1,600.00
(Iva esclusa)

Scheda tecnica

Scarica

Giorni

4.5 gg

Questo corso fornisce agli studenti la conoscenza per pianificare ed implementare Windows Small Business Server 2008. Gli studenti acquisiscono la conoscenza su tematiche come installazione, migrazione, monitoraggio , protezione e back up.

OBIETTIVI

L’obiettivo del Corso è fornire ai partecipanti la preparazione e le competenze necessarie per pianificare, implementare e gestire Windows Small Business Server 2008.

Al termine del corso i partecipanti saranno in grado di:

  • Installare Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008.
  • Migrare a Windows Small Business Server 2008.
  • Configurare Windows Small Business Server 2008 utilizzando la Windows Small Business Server 2008 Console.
  • Gestire gli Utenti e i Gruppi in Windows Small Business Server 2008.
  • Gestire il messaging e la collaborazione in Windows Small Business Server 2008.
  • Gestire e monitorare Windows Small Business Server 2008.
  • Rendere sicura una rete Windows Small Business Server 2008.
  • Espandere una rete Windows Small Business Server 2008.
Corso rivolto a Professionisti IT che desiderano acquisire le nozioni per sviluppare e integrare soluzioni Small Business Server 2008.
Oltre all’esperienza professionale, gli studenti che parteciperanno a questo corso dovranno avere la conoscenza tecnica equivalente ai seguenti corsi:
  • Course 6420: Fundamentals of a Windows Sever 2008 Network Infrastructure and Application Platform
  • Course 6424: Fundamentals of Windows Server 2008 Active Directory
  • Course 5115: Installing and Configuring the Windows Vista Operating System
  • Course 5116: Configuring Windows Vista Mobile Computing and Applications
Module 1: Plan and Design a Technology Solution for a Small and Medium-sized Business (SMB)
This module discusses where Windows Small Business Server 2008 fits into the small and medium-sized business channels from a business perspective.
 
Module 2: Installing Windows Small Business Server 2008
This module describes the Windows Small Business Server 2008 operating system installation process.
 
Module 3: Managing a Windows Small Business Server Environment
This module explains how to manage user accounts using the Windows Small Business Server 2008 Console.
 
Module 4: Add Client Computers and Devices to the Network
This module discusses deploying and managing client computers, shared printers, and fax devices on the Windows Small Business Server 2008 network.
 
Module 5: Manage and Configure Collaboration
This module discusses managing Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 sites using the Windows Small Business Server Console and Central Administrator, and deploying a preconfigured template to match business scenarios.
 
Module 6: Manage and Configure Messaging
This module discusses tools for troubleshooting mail flow and optimizing the e-mail experience for users.
 
Module 7: Manage and Configure Remote Access
This module describes certificate and remote access features included with Windows Small Business Server 2008.
 
Module 8: Manage and Configure Security
This module discusses security components that are installed by default in Windows Small Business Server 2008, as well as Windows Server 2008 security features available for download from TechNet, which will allow the implementation of important security elements into the IT infrastructure.
 
Module 9: Manage Data Folders and Backup
This module discusses moving application data (Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 data, Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services, users shared folders, users redirected documents, Windows Server Update Services repository data, and the client backup data) to a separate drive or partition on the Windows Small Business Server.
 
Module 10: Monitoring and Maintaining System and Services Availability
This module dives deeper into monitoring and analyzing system health, stability, and performance of the CPU, memory, hard disks, and network connectivity using the Reliability and Performance Monitor.
 
Module 11: Migrating from Windows Small Business Server 2003
This module discusses installing Windows Small Business Server 2008 in migration mode as well as undertaking a migration from a Windows Small Business Server 2003 network.
 
Module 12: Deploying Additional Servers
This module discusses installing Windows Server 2008, selecting and configuring the appropriate roles, and joining the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 network.
 
Module 13: Advanced Topics and Troubleshooting
This module discusses the Windows Small Business Server 2008 console (advanced mode), repairing Windows Small Business Server 2008 console components and server applications, and new native Windows tools and utilities found in Windows Server 2008.
 
Module 14: Manage the Windows Small Business Server 2008 Environment Using Group Policy
This module explains Group Policy and defines features and functions that can be used to manage user and computer configurations for groups of users and computers and to enforce these settings on and off the network.


Sede Data P