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1. Title

  • Windows Server 2016 Advanced Active Directory (W8AAD, 5 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Good working knowledge of Windows Server 2016 .co

3. Target Audience

  • System Administrators who need advanced knowledge of Active Directory

4. Dates and Pricing

2 People for Guaranteed Live or Virtual Delivery $2,775.00 per person

5. Outline

Module 1: Active Directory Fundamentals

Topic 1: Active Directory Concepts

Topic 2: Active Directory Improvements

Topic 3: Active Directory Services Interface

Topic 4: Active Directory Objects and Attributes

Topic 5: Active Directory Users and Computers Improvements

Topic 6: Active Directory Federation Services

Topic 7: LDAP Fundamentals

Module 2: Active Directory Architecture

Topic 1: Active Directory Service Architecture

Topic 2: Active Directory System Agent Functions

Topic 3: Physical and Logical Components

Topic 4: Logical Structure: OU#39;s, Domains, Trees, Forests

Topic 5: Delegation of Administration

Topic 6: Physical Structure: Domain Controllers, Two-way Kerberos Trusts

Topic 7: Naming Conventions Used with Active Directory

Topic 8: Relative Distinguished Name, Distinguished Name, User Principal Name, Domain Component Naming

Module 3: DNS Architecture

Topic 1: DNS Naming Conventions

Topic 2: DNS Zone Types

Topic 3: DNS Resource Records

Topic 4: Forwarders and Slaves

Topic 5: Maintaining the DNS Database

Module 4: Using the DCPromo Command

Topic 1: Promoting a Domain Controller

Topic 2: Creating a Domain Tree or a Child Domain

Topic 3: Database and Log locations

Topic 4: Permissions for Default Users and Groups

Topic 5: Directory Services Restore Mode Password

Topic 6: Adding Additional Domain Controllers to a Forest

Topic 7: Demoting a Domain Controller

Topic 8: MetaData Cleanup with NTDSUtil

Module 5: Group Policy Administration

Topic 1: Introduction to the GPMC

Topic 2: Predefined Group Policies

Topic 3: Default Domain Policy

Topic 4: Default Domain Controllers Policy

Topic 5: Creating Group Policy Objects

Topic 6: Backing Up and Restoring Group Policy Objects

Topic 7: Administrative Templates

Topic 8: Windows Settings for Users and Computers

Topic 9: Software Deployment using Group Policy

Topic 10: Creating .MSI Packages

Topic 11: How Group Policy is Applied

Topic 12: Group Policy Application and Inheritance

Topic 13: Troubleshooting Group Policy

Module 6: Managing and Maintaining Active Directory

Topic 1: Publishing Resources in Active Directory

Topic 2: Configuring a Time Server in Windows Server 2016

Topic 3: Delegation of Administration

Topic 4: Custom Delegation

Topic 5: Defining an Audit Policy

Topic 6: The Secedit Database

Topic 7: INF Security Templates

Topic 8: Creating Custom Security Templates

Topic 9: Security Configuration and Analysis Console

Topic 10: Hardening Computer Accounts

Module 7: Domain Components

Topic 1: Domain Functional Levels

Topic 2: Setting Up Trust Relationships

Topic 3: Different Types of Trust Relationships

Topic 4: FSMO Roles

Topic 5: FSMO Role Maintenance Using NTDSUtil

Topic 6: Group Types: Domain Local, Global and Universal Groups

Module 8: Global Catalog Servers

Topic 1: What is the Global Catalog?

Topic 2: Global Catalog Servers

Topic 3: Additional Global Catalog Servers

Topic 4: When is the Global Catalog Queried?

Module 9: Directory Service Replication

Topic 1: Replication Fundamentals

Topic 2: Advanced Replication

Topic 3: Using the Replmon Utility

Topic 4: Replication Components: USNs, High Watermark, Up-to-Dateness Vector

Topic 5: Inter and Intra-site Replication

Topic 6: Initiating Urgent Replication

Module 10: Sites and Replication Topology Administration

Topic 1: Using AD Sites and Services

Topic 2: Creating Sites and Subnets

Topic 3: Bridgehead Servers

Topic 4: Site Links and Site Link Bridges

Topic 5: Site Link Scheduling

Topic 6: Site Link Transitivity

Module 11: Active Directory maintenence

Topic 1: Database File Structure

Topic 2: Database Transaction Log Details

Topic 3: Backing Up the System State

Topic 4: Authoritative vs. Non-Authoritative Restore

Topic 5: Verifying the Restore Process

Module 12: Active Directory Scripting

Topic 1: Windows Script Host (WSH)

Topic 2: Deploying Scripts Using Group Policy

Topic 3: ADSI Scripts

Topic 4: Using LDIFDE to Add, Modify and Delete Users Objects

Topic 5: Automating Administrative Tasks Using LDF Files

Module 13: Active Directory Schema

Topic 1: What is the Schema?

Topic 2: How to Edit the Schema

Topic 3: Object Classes and Schema Objects

Topic 4: Changing the Schema Master using NTDSUtil

Module 14: Troubleshooting Active Directory

Topic 1: The Event Viewer

Topic 2: Diagnostic Logging

Topic 3: Using Netdiag

Topic 4: Using DCDiag

Topic 5: Using the Recovery Console

Topic 6: Active Directory Log Files

Topic 7: Using Performance Logs and Alerts

Topic 8: Spotlight On Active Directory Software from Quest

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