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1. Title

  • Mastering Active Directory for Server 2016 (SRV8SEC, 3 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Server professionals who need to secure a Server 2016 production environment.

3. Target Audience

  • Server 2008 professionals

4. Dates and Pricing


2 People for Guaranteed Live or Virtual Delivery $1,675.00 per person

5. Outline

Module 1: Introducing Windows Server 2016 Active Directory

Topic 1: The Active Directory in a Corporate Environment

Topic 2: Active Directory Domain Services

Topic 3: Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services

Topic 4: Active Directory Certificate Services

Topic 5: Active Directory Federation Services

Topic 6: How it All Fits Together

Module 2: Networking Setup: Protocols and Services

Topic 1: Configuring the Network: Overview

Topic 2: Introduction to IPv6

Topic 3: Understanding Stateful and Stateless DHCPv6

Topic 4: Understanding DNSv6: A and AAAA Records

Topic 5: Configuring Network Adapters: IPv4 and IPv6

Topic 6: Installing Active Directory

Topic 7: Reviewing DNS Records

Topic 8: Installing DHCP (v4 and v6)

Topic 9: Configuring DHCPv4 and DHCPv6

Topic 10: A Couple of Useful Tools for Network Management

Module 3: Exploring Active Directory Domain Services

Topic 1: The Role of AD Domain Services

Topic 2: Exploring Logical and Physical Components

Topic 3: Overview of Relevant Management Tools

Topic 4: Working with AD Domain Services in a Corporate Environment

Topic 5: A Few Tips and Tricks

Module 4: Exploring Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services

Topic 1: The Role of AD Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS)

Topic 2: Planning Considerations for AD LDS

Topic 3: Implementing AD LDS

Topic 4: Administering AD LDS

Topic 5: Positioning AD LDS in the Overall Network

Topic 6: Comparing AD DS and AD LDS

Module 5: Exploring AD Federation Services

Topic 1: The Positioning and Role of AD Federation Services

Topic 2: AD Federation Services Architecture and Planning

Topic 3: AD Federation Services Deployment

Topic 4: AD Federation Services Management

Topic 5: About AD Federation Services Partners

Module 6: Active Directory Groups and Organizational Units

Topic 1: The Need for Groups and Organizational Units

Topic 2: Understanding Different Types of Groups

Topic 3: Creating and Managing Groups at Different Levels

Topic 4: The Need for an Organizational Unit (OU)

Topic 5: Creating OUs

Topic 6: Planning and Implementing OU Membership

Topic 7: Putting it all Together in a Security Policy

Module 7: Active Directory Services Users and Computers

Topic 1: Overview of Applicable Security Objects

Topic 2: Understanding Different Types of Accounts

Topic 3: Creating and Managing User Accounts

Topic 4: Creating and Managing Computer Accounts

Topic 5: About Database Replication and Object Availability

Topic 6: Using Queries to Navigate the Directory

Module 8: Managing Permissions and Resource Access

Topic 1: Planning the Security Policy

Topic 2: Permissions Overview

Topic 3: Using Groups to implement Access

Topic 4: Managing Resource Access: Files and Shares

Topic 5: Determining Effective Permissions on a Resource

Module 9: Exploring AD Certificate Services (If Required by Client)

Topic 1: About Public and Private Key Encryption Technologies

Topic 2: The Role of Certificates and the Certificate Server

Topic 3: The Positioning of Active Directory Certificate Services

Topic 4: About Certificate Enrollment and Revocation

Topic 5: About the Certificate Revocation List

Topic 6: Managing Certificate Requests

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