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McSe Guide Tomanaging a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network: Exam 70-291

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9780619120290

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Pub. Date:
2/25/2004
Publisher(s):
Cengage Learning

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Summary

This hands-on guidebook is designed to prepare students for the MCSE certification exam and for the challenges they will face as Microsoft networking professionals. Projects and exercises reinforce skills as they are learned and extensive test preparation resources help students get ready for exam day.

Table of Contents

Introduction xvii
Networking Overview
1(26)
Defining Networks
2(1)
Windows Server 2003 Editions
2(7)
Web Edition
2(1)
Standard Edition
3(1)
Enterprise Edition
3(1)
Datacenter Edition
4(5)
Network Types and Protocols
9(2)
Network Architecture
11(3)
The OSI Model
11(1)
The Windows Network Architecture
12(2)
Common Network Services
14(4)
Chapter Summary
18(1)
Key Terms
18(4)
Review Question
22(3)
Case Projects
25(2)
Configuring Network Protocols
27(46)
Overview of TCP/IP
28(1)
Defining TCP/IP Parameters
29(7)
IP Addresses
29(1)
Subnet Masks
30(2)
Default Gateway
32(2)
DNS
34(1)
WINS
35(1)
Configuring TCP/IP Parameters
36(4)
Working with TCP/IP Networks
40(4)
IP Address Classes
40(2)
Classless Inter-domain Routing
42(1)
Reserved Addresses
42(2)
Subnetting TCP/IP Networks
44(8)
Reducing Collisions
44(1)
Limiting Broadcasts
44(1)
Controlling Traffic
45(1)
Conversion between Binary and Decimal
45(2)
Working with Binary IP Addresses and Subnet Masks
47(1)
Creating Subnets
48(4)
Supernetting TCP/IP Networks
52(2)
Reasons for Supernetting
53(1)
Configuring Other Protocols
54(4)
IPX/SPX
54(3)
Appletalk
57(1)
Obsolete Protocols
58(1)
Configuring Protocol Bindings
58(2)
Chapter Summary
60(1)
Key Terms
60(4)
Review Questions
64(5)
Case Projects
69(4)
TCP/IP Architecture
73(30)
TCP/IP Architecture Overview
74(1)
Application Layer Protocols
75(3)
HTTP
75(1)
FTP
76(1)
Telnet
77(1)
SMTP
77(1)
POP3
78(1)
IMAP4
78(1)
Transport Layer Protocols
78(9)
TCP
80(4)
UDP
84(2)
TCP versus UDP
86(1)
Internet Layer Protocols
87(6)
IP
87(1)
RIP and OSPF
87(1)
ICMP
87(2)
IGMP
89(1)
ARP
89(4)
Network Interface Layer Protocols
93(2)
Chapter Summary
95(1)
Key Terms
95(2)
Review Questions
97(4)
Case Projects
101(2)
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
103(38)
DHCP Overview
104(4)
Leasing an IP Address
105(1)
Renewing an IP Address
106(2)
Installing and Authorizing the DHCP Service
108(6)
Installing the DHCP Service
108(1)
Authorizing the DHCP Service
109(5)
Configuring DHCP Scopes
114(8)
Superscopes
118(2)
Multicast Scopes
120(2)
Creating DHCP Reservations
122(3)
Configuring DHCP Options
125(6)
Vendor and User Classes
129(2)
Configuring a DHCP Relay
131(2)
Chapter Summary
133(1)
Key Terms
134(1)
Review Questions
135(4)
Case Projects
139(2)
Managing and Monitoring DHCP
141(22)
Backing Up and Restoring DHCP Databases
142(5)
Maintaining the DHCP Database
147(1)
Reconciling Scopes
147(1)
Repairing the DHCP Database
148(1)
Viewing DHCP Statistics
148(2)
DHCP Audit Logging
150(2)
Conflict Detection
152(1)
Configuring DHCP Bindings
153(1)
Viewing DHCP Events in Event Viewer
154(1)
DHCP Troubleshooting
155(2)
Chapter Summary
157(1)
Key Terms
157(1)
Review Questions
157(4)
Case Projects
161(2)
Name Resolution
163(34)
Name Types
164(6)
Host Name Resolution
170(3)
Configuring a HOSTS File for Name Resolution
171(2)
Managing the DNS Cache
173(1)
Using DNS for Name Resolution
174(6)
Forward Lookup
175(2)
Reverse Lookup
177(1)
DNS Record Types
178(1)
Using NSLOOKUP
178(2)
NetBIOS Name Resolution
180(4)
Using a LMHOSTS File for Name Resolution
182(2)
Using WINS for Name Resolution
184(4)
Name Registration
185(1)
Name Renewal
186(1)
Name Release
187(1)
Name Query
187(1)
Troubleshooting Name Resolution
188(1)
Chapter Summary
188(1)
Key Terms
189(2)
Review Questions
191(4)
Case Projects
195(2)
Domain Name System
197(50)
Features of the DNS Service
198(1)
Installing DNS
199(1)
DNS Zones
200(15)
Primary and Secondary Zones
201(6)
Active Directory-integrated Zones
207(6)
Stub Zones
213(2)
Caching-Only DNS Servers
215(1)
Active Directory and DNS
215(1)
Dynamic DNS
216(4)
Dynamic DNS and DHCP
217(1)
Configuring a Zone for Dynamic DNS
218(2)
Managing DNS Servers
220(10)
Aging and Scavenging
221(1)
Update Server Data Files
222(1)
Clear Cache
222(1)
Configure Bindings
222(1)
Forwarding
223(1)
Root Hints
224(2)
Logging
226(1)
Advanced Options
227(2)
Security
229(1)
Managing Zones
230(7)
Reload Zone Information
230(1)
Create a New Delegation
230(1)
Changing the Type of Zone and Replication
231(1)
Configure Aging and Scavenging
231(2)
Modify the Start of Authority Record
233(1)
Name Servers
234(1)
WINS Resolution
235(1)
Zone Transfers
236(1)
Security
237(1)
Troubleshooting DNS
237(2)
Chapter Summary
239(1)
Key Terms
240(1)
Review Questions
241(5)
Case Projects
246(1)
Windows Internet Naming Service
247(28)
Installing WINS
248(1)
Configuring WINS Replication
249(6)
Managing WINS
255(11)
Viewing Database Records
259(2)
Adding Static Records
261(1)
Backing Up the Database
262(2)
Compacting the WINS database
264(1)
Removing WINS Servers
265(1)
WINS Proxy
266(1)
Troubleshooting WINS
267(1)
Chapter Summary
268(1)
Key Terms
268(1)
Review Question
269(4)
Case Projects
273(2)
Securing Network Traffic Using IPSec
275(46)
IPSec Overview
276(3)
Authentication
276(1)
Cryptography
277(1)
Digital Signatures
278(1)
Using IPSec
279(1)
IPSec Modes
280(3)
AH Mode
281(1)
ESP Mode
281(1)
Transport Mode
281(1)
Tunnel Mode
282(1)
IPSec Authentication
283(2)
Preshared Key
284(1)
Certificates
284(1)
Kerberos
285(1)
Enabling IPSec
285(3)
Assigning IPSec Policies
286(2)
Creating an IPSec Policy
288(20)
Creating Rules
292(4)
IPSec Filter Lists
296(5)
Filter Actions
301(7)
Troubleshooting IPSec
308(4)
Ping
308(1)
IPSec Security Monitor
309(1)
Event Viewer
310(1)
Resultant Set of Policy
310(1)
Netsh
310(1)
Oakley Logs
311(1)
Network Monitor
311(1)
Chapter Summary
312(1)
Key Terms
313(2)
Review Questions
315(4)
Case Projects
319(2)
Remote Access
321(60)
Remote Access Overview
322(1)
Dial-up Remote Access
322(1)
VPN Remote Access
323(1)
Enabling and Configuring a Dial-up Server
323(12)
Enabling RRAS for Dial-up Connections
327(4)
Dial-up Protocols
331(4)
Enabling and Configuring A VPN Server
335(6)
VPN Protocols
338(3)
Configuring Remote Access Servers
341(7)
Authentication Methods
345(1)
IP Address Management
346(2)
Allowing Client Access
348(8)
Creating a VPN Client Connection
351(2)
Configuring a VPN Client Connection
353(3)
Remote Access Policies
356(14)
Remote Access Policy Components
357(6)
Remote Access Policy Evaluation
363(6)
Default Remote Access Policies
369(1)
Troubleshooting Remote Access
370(2)
Software Configuration Error
370(1)
Hardware Errors
371(1)
Logging
371(1)
Troubleshooting Tools
372(1)
Chapter Summary
372(1)
Key Terms
373(3)
Review Questions
376(3)
Case Projects
379(2)
Internet Authentication Service
381(26)
Radius Overview
382(3)
Outsourcing Dial-up Requirements
384(1)
Configuring IAS as a Radius Server
385(4)
Configuring RRAS as a Radius Client
389(3)
Configuring IAS as a Radius Proxy
392(6)
Remote Radius Server Groups
393(2)
Connection Request Policies
395(3)
Troubleshooting Radius
398(3)
Chapter Summary
401(1)
Key Terms
401(1)
Review Questions
402(3)
Case Projects
405(2)
Routing
407(42)
Configuring Routers
408(3)
Routing Tables
411(3)
Routing Protocols
414(7)
RIP
415(5)
OSPF
420(1)
Filtering Router Traffic
421(5)
Configuring Packet Filters
423(3)
Demand-Dial Connections
426(13)
Creating Demand-dial Connections
427(7)
Configuring Demand-dial Settings
434(2)
Demand-dial Filters
436(3)
Troubleshooting Routing
439(1)
Chapter Summary
440(1)
Key Terms
441(1)
Review Questions
442(4)
Case Projects
446(3)
Security Templates
449(26)
Using The Security Configuration Manager Tools
450(3)
Predefined Security Templates
453(2)
The Default Template
453(1)
Incremental Templates
453(2)
Applying Security Templates
455(3)
Creating Security Templates
458(5)
Managing and Troubleshooting Security Templates
463(5)
Analyzing System Security Using the Security Configuration and Analysis Snap-in
463(4)
Using the Secedit Command-Line Tool
467(1)
Chapter Summary
468(1)
Key Terms
469(1)
Review Questions
470(3)
Case Projects
473(2)
Troubleshooting Windows Server 2003 Networks
475(42)
Troubleshooting Methodology
476(2)
Troubleshooting Tools
478(27)
Network Monitor
478(7)
System Monitor
485(6)
Performance Logs and Alerts
491(4)
Event Viewer
495(3)
Task Manager
498(3)
Services Snap-in
501(4)
Troubleshooting Network Connectivity
505(3)
Chapter Summary
508(1)
Key Terms
508(1)
Review Questions
509(5)
Case Projects
514(3)
APPENDIX A Exam Objectives for MCSE/MCSA Certification 70-921
517(4)
Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure
517(1)
Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining IP Addressing
517(1)
Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Name Resolution
518(1)
Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Network Security
518(1)
Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Routing and Remote Access
519(1)
Maintaining a Network Infrastructure
520(1)
COURSEPREP EXAMGUIDE MCSE/MCSA 70-291
Section 1: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining IP Addressing
521(36)
Configure TCP/IP addressing on a server computer
522(2)
Manage DHCP
524(12)
Manage DHCP clients and leases
526(2)
Manage DHCP Relay Agent
528(2)
Manage DHCP databases
530(2)
Manage DHCP scope options
532(2)
Manage reservations and reserved clients
534(2)
Troubleshoot TCP/IP addressing
536(6)
Diagnose and resolve issues related to automatic private IP addressing (APIPA)
538(2)
Diagnose and resolve issues related to incorrect IP configuration
540(2)
Troubleshoot DHCP
542(15)
Diagnose and resolve issues related to DHCP authorization
544(2)
Verify DHCP reservation configuration
546(2)
Examine the system event log and DHCP server log to find related events
548(2)
Diagnose and resolve issues related to configuration of DHCP server and scope options
550(2)
Verify that the DHCP Relay Agent is working properly
552(2)
Verify database integrity
554(3)
Section 2: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Name Resolution
557(20)
Install and configure the DNS Server service
558(8)
Configure DNS server options
560(2)
Configure DNS zone options
562(2)
Configure DNS forwarding
564(2)
Manage DNS
566(8)
Manage DNS zone settings
568(2)
Manage DNS record settings
570(2)
Manage DNS server properties
572(2)
Monitor DNS with tools that might include System Monitor, Event Viewer, Replication Monitor, and DNS debug Logo
574(3)
Section 3: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Network Security
577(12)
Implement secure network administration procedures
578(6)
Implement security baseline settings and audit security settings by using security templates
580(2)
Implement the principle of least privilege
582(2)
Monitor network protocol security. Tools might include the IP Security Monitor Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in and Kerberos support tools
584(2)
Troubleshoot network protocol security. Tools might include the IP Security Monitor MMC snap-in, Event Viewer, and Network Monitor
586(3)
Section 4: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Routing and Remote Access
589(46)
Configure Routing and Remote Access user authentication
590(8)
Configure remote access authentication protocols
592(2)
Configure Internet Authentication Service (IAS) to provide authentication for Routing and Remote Access clients
594(2)
Configure Routing and Remote Access policies to permit or deny access
596(2)
Manage remote access
598(12)
Manage packet filters
600(2)
Manage Routing and Remote Access routing interfaces
602(2)
Manage devices and ports
604(2)
Manage routing protocols
606(2)
Manage Routing and Remote Access clients
608(2)
Manage TCP/IP routing
610(8)
Manage routing protocols
612(2)
Manage routing tables
614(2)
Manage routing ports
616(2)
Implement secure access between private networks
618(2)
Troubleshoot user access to remote access services
620(8)
Diagnose and resolve issues related to remote access VPNs
622(2)
Diagnose and resolve issues related to establishing a remote access connection
624(2)
Diagnose and resolve user access to resources beyond the remote access server
626(2)
Troubleshoot routing and remote access routing
628(7)
Troubleshoot demand-dial routing
630(2)
Troubleshoot router-to-router VPNs
632(3)
Section 5: Maintaining a Network Infrastructure
635(12)
Monitor network traffic. Tools might include Network Monitor and System Monitor
636(2)
Troubleshooting connectivity to the Internet
638(2)
Troubleshoot server services
640(7)
Diagnose and resolve issues related to service dependencies
642(2)
Use service recovery options to diagnose and resolve service-related issues
644(3)
Answer Key 647(16)
Practice Exam 663(10)
Glossary 673(18)
Index 691


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