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Windows Server 2008
6445 A: Implementing and Administering Windows Small Business Server 2008
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This five-day hands-on workshop provides students with the necessary knowledge to plan and implement Windows Small Business Server 2008. Students gain first-hand knowledge on topics such as installing, migrating, monitoring, securing, and backing up data.
Price: $2,895
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about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
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To find out more available information
about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
info@acend.com
To find out more available information
about this course, please contact us:

416-929-1599
info@acend.com
Module 1: Plan and Design a Technology Solution for a Small andMedium-sized Business (SMB)
Module 1: Plan and Design a Technology Solutionfor a Small and Medium-sized Business (SMB)
Thismodule discusses where Windows Small Business Server 2008 fits into the smalland medium-sized business channels from a business perspective.
Lessons
· Lesson 1: Two Windows Small Business Server (Windows SBS) 2008Versions—Built for Business
· Lesson 2: Details of the ComponentServers
· Lesson 3: The Power of Windows SBS 2008Wizards
· Lesson 4: Conducting a Pre-InstallationAssessment
Lab : Perform a Business and TechnologyAssessment
· Exercise 1: Install and Configure the Business and TechnologyAssessment Toolkit (BTAT)
· Exercise 2: Review a Technology Assessment Template and Create aCustom Technology Template
· Exercise 3: Create a Three-year Technology Plan
· Exercise 4: Discuss Your Findings and Recommendations as a Group
After completing this module, students will be able to:
· Understand where Windows Small Business Server 2008 fits into thesmall- and medium-business channels from a business perspective.
· Understand how essential it is for the IT provider to understandthe business goals in order to implement the right IT solution.
· Understand how the Business and Technical Assessment assists theIP provider in attaining valuable business information required to implementthe right IT infrastructure
Module 2: Installing Windows Small BusinessServer 2008
Thismodule describes the Windows Small Business Server 2008 operating systeminstallation process.
Lessons
· Lesson 1: Networking Basics
· Lesson 2: Preparing the Hardware for Installation
· Lesson 3: Pre-installation Tasks
· Lesson 4: Installing Windows Small Business Server
· Lesson 5: Completing the Installation
Lab : Install Windows Small Business Server2008
· Exercise 1: Completing the Installation Worksheet
· Exercise 2: Perform the Installation Using the Answer File
· Exercise 3: Completing the Windows Small Business Server Setup
After completing this module, students will be able to:
· Install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008, establishnetwork connectivity, and complete initial configuration tasks.
Module 3: Managing a Windows Small BusinessServer Environment
Thismodule explains how to manage user accounts using the Windows Small BusinessServer 2008 Console.
Lessons
· Lesson 1: Managing Windows Small Business Server (SBS) 2008Console
· Lesson 2: User Account Management
· Lesson 3: Modifying User Account Properties in the Windows SBSConsole
· Lesson 4: Managing Groups in the Windows SBS Console
· Lesson 5: Managing User Roles in the Windows SBS Console
Lab : Manage Users and Groups in the WindowsSBS Console
· Exercise 1: Adding New User Accounts
· Exercise 2: Creating User Groups
· Exercise 3: Creating User Roles
· Exercise 4: Modifying User Account Properties
After completing this module, students will be able to:
· Manage user accounts using the Windows Small Business Server(Windows SBS) 2008 Console.
· Add, edit, disable, and remove user accounts.
· Manage groups using the Windows SBS 2008 Console.
· Manage user roles using the Windows SBS 2008 Console.
Module 4: Add Client Computers and Devices tothe NetworkThismodule discusses deploying and managing client computers, shared printers, andfax devices on the Windows Small Business Server 2008 network.Lessons
· Lesson 1: Deploying Client Computers
· Lesson 2: Managing Client Computers
· Lesson 3: Adding and Managing Shared Printers
· Lesson 4: Adding and Managing a Fax Device
Lab : Deploying Clients on the Windows SBS 2008Network
· Exercise 1: Adding a Client Computer to the Windows SBS Network
· Exercise 2: Configure the Fax Service
· Exercise 3: Configure the Office Outlook 2007 Client
· Exercise 4: Manage the Client Computer from the Windows SBSConsole
· Exercise 5: Configure Folder Redirection
· Exercise 6: Adding a Shared Printer to the Network
After completing this module, students will be able to:
· Manage the most common tasks required to connect clientcomputers.
· Configure access to printers and faxes.
· Troubleshoot device connectivity issues.
Module 5: Manage and Configure Collaboration
Thismodule discusses managing Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 sites usingthe Windows Small Business Server Console and Central Administrator, anddeploying a preconfigured template to match business scenarios.
Lessons
· Lesson 1: Managing the Internal Web Site
· Lesson 2: Creating and Configuring a New Windows SharePointServices (WSS) Site
· Lesson 3: Configuring a Windows SharePoint Site
· Lesson 4: Windows SharePoint Customization
Lab : Creating and Customizing a SharePointSite
· Exercise 1: Manage SharePoint Access through the Windows SBSConsole
· Exercise 2: Create and Configure a New SharePoint site
· Exercise 3: Install Preconfigured Application Templates
After completing this module, students will be able to:
· Manage WSS 3.0 sites using the Windows Small Business Server(Windows SBS) Console.
· Create, configure, and manage WSS 3.0 sites using CentralAdministrator.
· Deploy a preconfigured template to match business scenarios.
Module 6: Manage and Configure Messaging
Thismodule discusses tools for troubleshooting mail flow and optimizing the e-mailexperience for users.
Lessons
· Lesson 1: Configuring Internet Mail Using the Windows SmallBusiness Server 2008 Console
· Lesson 2: Configuring E-mail Protection
· Lesson 3: Configuring Connectors and Clients
· Lesson 4: Monitoring Messaging
· Lesson 5: Managing Outlook Web Access (OWA) Using the Windows SBSConsole
Lab : Manage and Configure Messaging
· Exercise 1: Configuring the POP3 Connector
· Exercise 2: Configure Exchange Server Anti-spam Filters
After completing this module, students will be able to:
· Configure Internet mail using the Windows SBS 2008 Console.
· Configure email protection.
· Configure connectors and clients.
· Monitor messaging.
· Manage Outlook Web Access using the Windows SBS 2008Console.
Module 7: Manage and Configure Remote Access
Thismodule describes certificate and remote access features included with WindowsSmall Business Server 2008.
Lessons
· Lesson 1: Managing Certificates
· Lesson 2: Managing a Virtual Private Network (VPN)
· Lesson 3: Managing the Server Firewall
· Lesson 4: Managing Remote Web Workplace
Lab : Manage and Configure Remote Access
· Exercise 1: Manage and Install the Self-issued Certificate
· Exercise 2: Configure a Virtual Private Network
· Exercise 3: Administer the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
· Exercise 4: Customize Remote Web Workplace
After completing this module, students will be able to:
· Describe how certificates work.
· Describe installing a self-signed certificate on the Windows SmallBusiness Server 2008 server and client computer.
· Configure a virtual private network for users to access networkresources from a remote computer.
· Administer the Windows Server Firewall.
· Configure ports for services and applications.
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Module 8: Manage and Configure SecurityThis module discusses security components thatare installed by default in Windows Small Business Server 2008, as well asWindows Server 2008 security features available for download from TechNet,which will allow the implementation of important security elements into the ITinfrastructure.Lessons
· Lesson 1: Best Practices for Securing Windows Small BusinessServer (Windows SBS) 2008
· Lesson 2: Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)
· Lesson 3: Windows Small Business Server Best Practice Analyzer2008
· Lesson 4: Creating and managing Shared Folders on the Network
· Lesson 5: Configuring Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
Lab : Securing the Windows Small BusinessServer using Best Practices
· Exercise 1: Configure Distribution of Updates and Hotfixes UsingWindows Server Update Services (WSUS)
· Exercise 2: Create a Shared Folder
· Exercise 3: Examine Windows SBS 2008 using the Windows SmallBusiness Server Best Practices Analyzer (Windows SBS 2008 BPA)
· Exercise 4: Create a Domain Isolation Policy
· Exercise 5: Configure Windows Firewall Settings
After completing this module, students will be able to:
· Plan in-depth security for the Windows Small Business Server 2008network.
· Configure distribution of updates and hotfixes for servers andcomputers on the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 network.
· Use group policies to define user and computer configurations forgroups of users and computers and enforce these settings on and off thenetwork.
· Access and know how to use these features to manage specificaspects of the overall security design.
· Manage the protection of the server using a host firewall andInternet Protocol Security (IPSec) combined.

Module 9: Manage Data Folders and Backup
Thismodule discusses moving application data (Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 data,Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services, users shared folders, users redirecteddocuments, Windows Server Update Services repository data, and the clientbackup data) to a separate drive or partition on the Windows Small BusinessServer.
Lessons
· Lesson 1: Moving Data Storage Locations on Windows Small BusinessServer 2008
· Lesson 2: Disaster Recovery Planning
· Lesson 3: Managing Server Backups
· Lesson 4: Managing Server Recovery
Lab : Configure Backups and AdministerApplication Data
· Exercise 1: Configure Backup Media and Schedule
· Exercise 2: Design a Disaster Recovery Plan
· Exercise 3: Perform a Block Level Restore
After completing this module, students will be able to:
· Manage server storage by moving databases and data folders.
· Manage server storage using administrative tasks in the WindowsSmall Business Server 2008 console.
· Plan and prepare for disasters and data recovery.
· Configure and administer data backups and recoveries.
Module 10: Monitoring and Maintaining Systemand Services AvailabilityThismodule dives deeper into monitoring and analyzing system health, stability, andperformance of the CPU, memory, hard disks, and network connectivity using theReliability and Performance Monitor.Lessons
· Lesson 1: Managing Reports
· Lesson 2: Using Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor
· Lesson 3: Disk Management
· Lesson 4: Shadow Copies of Shared Folders
Lab : Monitoring and Maintaining SystemAvailability
· Exercise 1: Configure Windows Small Business Server (Windows SBS)Reporting
· Exercise 2: Monitor System Performance in Real Time
· Exercise 3: Create a Data Collector Set
· Exercise 4: Create a Mirrored Volume Using Disk Management
· Exercise 5: Extend a Disk Using Disk Management
After completing this module, students will be able to:
· Administer monitoring and reporting in Windows SBS 2008.
· Describe the ability of Microsoft Windows Reliability andPerformance monitor to examine how programs affect your computer’s performance.
· Monitor system performance in real time and collect log data forlater analysis.
· Configure hard disks, volumes and partitions in Windows SBS 2008using the disk management utility.

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