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Windows 7
50292 C: Administering and Maintaining Windows 7
5 Day(s)
Course OverviewIn this five-day Windows 7 training course, you'll focus on successful configuration of the IT Pro tools and applications that ship with Windows 7. You will learn to identify technical problems that can occur on your organization's client computers, and you'll discover the Windows 7 tools used to monitor and maintain those computers. By the end of this course, you will have installed and configured a Windows 7 desktop that is secure and on the network, while focusing on five main troubleshooting areas: operating system, hardware, networking, security, and applications. In this Windows 7 training course, you will gain the knowledge and skills you need to successfully administer, maintain, and troubleshoot Windows 7 computers, and you will discuss the features of SP 1. Through practical labs, you'll get invaluable experience with installation and upgrades, remote access, Windows 7 security, and the new desktop environment. You will learn how Windows 7 allows for vast improvements to security, overall system performance, and application compatibility-a robust combination unparalleled in the market. ObjectivesAfter completing this course, students will be able to: • How to use the various installation types and upgrade paths available • Configure and manage the Windows 7 desktop • New features of Windows 7 SP1 • Add a Windows 7 desktop to an active IPV4/IPV6 network • Configure Windows 7 for an Active Directory environment and the new Group Policy settings • Configure the Windows 7 IT Pro tools and applications • Windows 7 remote capabilities and utilities • How to use Windows firewall with advanced features and network profiles • Configure Windows 7 remote access and remote capabilities • How to use the Windows 7 Mobility Center to manage mobile Windows 7 machines • Secure the Windows 7 desktop • Configure and use the User account control in various network profiles • Configure Windows 7 third-party applications with Standard User Analyzer and the Application Compatibility toolkit • Monitor and troubleshoot Windows 7 computers for problems with the operating system, hardware, network security, and applicationsAudienceExperienced enterprise-level IT professionals who focus on a broad range of desktop operating system, desktop application, mobile device, networking, and hardware support issues, who have experience with Windows server operating systems, and whose jobs require them to stay knowledgeable and skilled on new versions and technology updates as defined by the business environment PrerequisitesBefore attending this course, students must have: • Familiarity with computer hardware and devices, such as the ability to look into Device Manager and look for unsupported devices • Experience supporting previous versions of the Windows operating system • Basic TCP/IP knowledge, such as knowing why you need to have a valid IP address • Basic Windows and Active Directory knowledge, such as knowledge about domain user accounts, domain vs. local user accounts, user profiles, and group membership
Price: $3,445
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50292C Administering and MaintainingWindows 7


Module 1: Introduction to Windows 7
  • Evolution of the Windows Desktop Operating System
  • Windows 7 Products and Features
  • Windows 7 Hardware and Software Compatibility
  • New Features of Windows 7 SP1
Module 2:Installing Windows 7
  • Windows 7 New Installations
  • Upgrading to Windows 7
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Deployment Technologies for Windows 7
  • The Windows 7 Boot Process
Module 3:Configuring and Managing Windows 7 Settings
  • System Properties
  • Using the Windows 7 Control Panel
  • Managing Accounts and User Profiles
  • Configuring Searching and Indexing
Module 4:Customizing the Windows 7 User Interface
  • The New Windows Display Driver Model
  • Start Menu and Taskbar Settings
  • Desktop Personalization
  • The Windows 7 Aero Experience
Module 5:Windows 7 in the Workgroup
  • Workgroups vs. Active Directory Domains
  • Joining a Windows 7 Workgroup
  • Windows 7 HomeGroups
  • Windows 7 Libraries
  • Sharing Resources
Module 6:Integrating Windows 7 with Active Directory
  • DNS Overview
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 Active Directory
  • Joining an Active Directory Domain
  • Using Active Directory Tools Remotely
  • Implementing Group Policy
Module 7:Windows 7 Networking
  • TCP/IP Fundamentals
  • The Next Generation TCP/IP Stack
  • DHCP
  • The Network and Sharing Center
  • BranchCache
Module 8:Windows 7 Remote Capabilities and Utilities
  • Windows 7 Virtual Private Networking
  • Windows 7 DirectAccess
  • Remote Desktop
  • Power Management Options
  • Offline Files and Folders
Module 9:Working with File Systems
  • Disk Management and Partitioning
  • Mounting VHD Files
  • NTFS Version 6.x Features
  • File System Security
  • Using EFS to Secure Files
Module 10:Securing Windows 7
  • User Account Control Settings
  • Configuring the Windows 7 Firewall
  • Microsoft Security Essentials
  • Windows Update
  • Using Bitlocker to Secure the Disk
  • Implementing Network Access Protection
Module 11:Windows 7 Backup and Recovery
  • Windows 7 System Protection
  • Restoring Previous Versions of Files
  • Backup and Restore
  • Windows 7 System Image Backup
  • Building a System Repair Disc
  • Building a Custom WinRE Disk
Module 12:Troubleshooting and Monitoring Windows 7
  • Analyzing System Performance
  • Monitoring Tools
  • Troubleshooting Tools
  • Optimizing Windows 7 Performance
Module 13:Running and Troubleshooting Applications on Windows 7
  • Application Compatibility Tools for Windows 7
  • Windows 7 File and Registry Virtualization
  • Microsoft Virtual PC and XP Mode