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WINDOWS SERVER 2003 – MAINTAINING AND MANAGING ENVIRONMENT ...1 WINDOWS SERVER 2003 – IMPLEMENTING, MANAGING & MAINTAINING ...6 WINDOWS XP - IMPLEMENTING & SUPPORTING MICROSOFT WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL...10

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WINDOWS SERVER 2003 – MAINTAINING AND MANAGING

ENVIRONMENT

This course combines five (5) days of instructor-led training with additional e-Learning content to provide students with the knowledge and skills that are required to manage accounts and resources, maintain server resources, monitor server performance, and safeguard data in a Microsoft Windows Server™ 2003 environment.

Prerequisites For Success

Before attending this course, students must have:

• CompTIA A+ certification, or equivalent knowledge and skills.

• CompTIA Network+ certification, or equivalent knowledge and skills.

Course Number : MWS01 Duration : 5 days Course Fee : RM3,150.00 Who Will Benefit

This course is intended for individuals who are employed as or seeking employment as a systems administrator or systems engineer.

How You Benefit

After completing this course, students will be able to:

Create and populate organizational units with user and computer accounts.

Manage user and computer accounts.

Create and manage groups.

Manage access to resources.

Implement printing.

Manage printing.

Manage access to objects in organizational units.

Implement Group Policy.

Manage the user and computer environment by using Group Policy.

Audit accounts and resources.

Prepare to administer server resources.

Configure a server to monitor system performance.

Monitor system performance.

Manage device drivers by configuring device driver signing and restoring a device driver.

Manage hard disks.

Manage data storage.

Manage disaster recovery.

Maintain software by using Microsoft Software Update Services.

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Course Outline

Part 1: Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment

• Module 1: Introduction to Administering Accounts and Resources

This module explains how to administer accounts and resources on computers running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 software in a networked environment.

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Multimedia: Introduction to Administering Accounts and Resources

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The Windows Server 2003 Family

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Logging on to Windows Server 2003

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Installing and Configuring Administrative Tools

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Creating User Accounts

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Creating Computer Accounts

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Creating an Organizational Unit

• Module 2: Managing User and Computer Accounts

This module explains how to modify user and computer accounts on computers running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 in a networked environment.

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Modifying Users and Computer Account Properties

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Enabling and Unlocking User and Computer Accounts

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Creating a User Account Template

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Locating User and Computer Accounts in Active Directory

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Saving Queries

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Resetting User and Computer Accounts

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Moving Domain Objects

• Module 3: Managing Groups

This module explains how to perform various administrative functions by using groups.

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Creating Groups

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Managing Group Membership

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Strategies for Using Groups

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Modifying Groups

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Using Default Groups

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Best Practices for Managing Groups

• Module 4: Managing Access to Resources

This module explains how to enable resource access with permissions, manage access to files and folders by using permissions, and manage permission inheritance.

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Overview of Managing Access to Resources

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Managing Access to Shared Folders

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Managing Access to Files and Folders Using NTFS Permissions

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Determining Effective Permissions

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Managing Access to Shared Files Using Offline Caching

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• Module 5: Implementing Printing

This module explains how to implement printing in a Windows Server 2003 environment.

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Multimedia: Introduction to Printing in the Windows Server 2003 Family

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Installing and Sharing Printers

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Managing Access to Printers Using Shared Printer Permissions

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Managing Printer Drivers

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Implementing Printer Locations

• Module 6: Managing Printing

This module explains how to set up a network-wide printing strategy to meet the needs of users and troubleshoot installation or configuration problems.

Lessons

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Changing the Location of the Print Spooler

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Setting Printer Priorities

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Scheduling Printer Availability

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Configuring a Printing Pool

• Module 7: Managing Access to Objects in Organizational Units

This module explains the permissions available for managing access to Active Directory objects, how to move objects between organizational units in the same domain, and how to delegate control of an organizational unit.

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Multimedia: The Role of the Organizational Unit

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Modifying Permissions for Active Directory Objects

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Delegating Control of Organizational Units

• Module 8: Implementing Group Policy

This module explains the purpose and function of Group Policy in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 environment. It also explains how to implement Group Policy objects (GPOs) and manage GPOs.

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Implementing GPOs

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Implementing GPOs on a Domain

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Managing the Deployment of Group Policy

• Module 9: Managing the User Environment by Using Group Policy

This module explains how to use Group Policy to configure Folder Redirection, Microsoft Internet Explorer connectivity, and the desktop.

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Configuring Group Policy Settings

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Assigning Scripts with Group Policy

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Configuring Folder Redirection

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Determining Applied GPOs

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• Module 10: Introduction to Security in Windows Server 2003

This module explains how to use Group Policy to configure Folder Redirection, Microsoft Internet Explorer connectivity, and the desktop.

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Overview of Security in Windows Server 2003

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Using Security Templates to Secure Computers

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Testing Computer Security Policy

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Configuring Auditing

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Managing Security Logs

Part 2: Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment

• Module 1: Preparing to Administer a Server

This module explains how to administer a server. It describes how to manage servers remotely, what tools to use, and the rights and permissions that are needed to administer a server.

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Administering a Server

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Configuring Remote Desktop to Administer a Server

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Managing Remote Desktop Connections

• Module 2: Preparing to Monitor Server Performance

This module explains how to monitor server performance by using performance tools, configure and manage performance logs, configure and manage alerts, and manage system monitor views.

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Introduction to Monitoring Server Performance

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Performing Real-Time and Logged Monitoring

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Configuring and Managing Counter Logs

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Configuring Alerts

• Module 3: Monitoring Server Performance

This module explains how to collect performance data by monitoring primary server subsystems. It also covers how to identify system bottlenecks by using the Performance console and Task Manager in Microsoft Windows Server 2003.

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Monitoring Server Memory

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Monitoring Processor Usage

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Monitoring Disks

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Monitoring Network Usage

• Module 4: Maintaining Device Drivers

This module explains how to maintain device drivers.

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Configuring Device Driver Signing Options

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Using Device Driver Rollback

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• Module 5: Managing Disks

This module explains how to manage disks and how to use the tools to manage and set up disks.

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Preparing Disks

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Managing Disk Properties

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Managing Mounted Drives

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Converting Disks

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Creating Volumes

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Importing a Foreign Disk

• Module 6: Managing Data Storage

This module explains the Encrypting File System (EFS), which contributes to the safe storage of data and helps to keep the network from harm. It also explains how to administer disk quotas.

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Managing File Compression

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Configuring File Encryption

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Implementing Disk Quotas

• Module 7: Managing Disaster Recovery

This module explains how to plan for a computer disaster and how to use the features of Windows Server 2003 to prevent a disaster or recover when one occurs.

Lessons

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Preparing for Disaster Recovery

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Backing Up Data

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Scheduling Backup Jobs

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Restoring Data

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Recovering from Server Failure

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Selecting Disaster Recovery Methods

• Module 8: Maintaining Software by Using Software Update Services

This module explains how to use Microsoft Software Update Services to manage and distribute critical software updates that resolve known security vulnerabilities and other stability issues.

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Introduction to Software Update Services

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Installing and Configuring Software Update Services

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Managing a Software Update Services Infrastructure

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WINDOWS SERVER 2003 – IMPLEMENTING, MANAGING &

MAINTAINING

This five (5) days instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to manage accounts and resources in a Microsoft Windows® Server 2003 environment. The course is intended for systems administrator and systems engineer candidates who are responsible for managing accounts and resources. These tasks include managing user, computer, and group accounts; managing access to network resources; managing printers; managing an organizational unit in a network based on Active Directory directory service; and implementing Group Policy to manage users and computers.

Prerequisites For Success

Before attending this course, students must have:

• A+ certification, or equivalent knowledge and skills.

Network+ certification, or equivalent knowledge and skills.

Course Number : MWS02 Duration : 5 days Course Fee : RM3,150.00 Who Will Benefit

This course is intended for individuals who are employed as or seeking employment as a systems administrator or systems engineer.

How You Benefit

After completing this course, students will be able to:

Create and populate organizational units with user and computer accounts.

Manage user and computer accounts.

Create and manage groups.

Manage access to resources.

Implement printing.

Manage printing.

Manage access to objects in using organizational units.

Implement Group Policy.

Manage the user and computer environment by using Group Policy.

Audit accounts and resources.

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• Module 1: Introduction to Administering Accounts and Resources

This module explains how to administer accounts and resources on computers running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 software in a networked environment.

‐ 

Multimedia: Introduction to Administering Accounts and Resources

‐ 

The Windows Server 2003 Family

‐ 

Logging on to Windows Server 2003

‐ 

Installing and Configuring Administrative Tools

‐ 

Creating User Accounts

‐ 

Creating Computer Accounts

‐ 

Creating an Organizational Unit

• Module 2: Managing User and Computer Accounts

This module explains how to modify user and computer accounts on computers running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 in a networked environment.

‐ 

Modifying Users and Computer Account Properties

‐ 

Enabling and Unlocking User and Computer Accounts

‐ 

Creating a User Account Template

‐ 

Locating User and Computer Accounts in Active Directory

‐ 

Saving Queries

‐ 

Resetting User and Computer Accounts

‐ 

Moving Domain Objects

• Module 3: Managing Groups

This module explains how to perform various administrative functions using groups.

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Creating Groups

‐ 

Managing Group Membership

‐ 

Strategies for Using Groups

‐ 

Modifying Groups

‐ 

Using Default Groups

‐ 

Best Practices for Managing Groups

• Module 4: Managing Access to Resources

This module explains how to enable resource access with permissions, manage access to files and folders using permissions, and manage permission inheritance.

Lessons

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Overview of Managing Access to Resources

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Managing Access to Shared Folders

‐ 

Managing Access to Files and Folders Using NTFS Permissions

‐ 

Determining Effective Permissions

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Managing Access to Shared Files Using Offline Caching

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• Module 5: Implementing Printing

This module explains how to implement printing in a Windows Server 2003 environment.

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Multimedia: Introduction to Printing in the Windows Server 2003 Family

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Installing and Sharing Printers

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Managing Access to Printers Using Shared Printer Permissions

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Managing Printer Drivers

‐ 

Implementing Printer Locations

• Module 6: Managing Printing

This module explains how to set up a network-wide printing strategy to meet the needs of users and troubleshoot installation or configuration problems.

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Changing the Location of the Print Spooler

‐ 

Setting Printer Priorities

‐ 

Scheduling Printer Availability

‐ 

Configuring a Printing Pool

• Module 7: Managing Access to Objects in Organizational Units

This module explains the permissions available for managing access to Active Directory objects, how to move objects between organizational units in the same domain, and how to delegate control of an organizational unit.

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Multimedia: The Role of the Organizational Unit

‐ 

Modifying Permissions for Active Directory Objects

‐ 

Delegating Control of Organizational Units

• Module 8: Implementing Group Policy

This module explains the purpose and function of Group Policy in a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 environment. It also explains how to implement Group Policy objects (GPOs) and manage GPOs.

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Implementing Group Policy Objects

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Implementing Group Policy Objects on a Domain

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Managing the Deployment of Group Policy

• Module 9: Managing the User Environment by Using Group Policy

This module explains how to use Group Policy to configure Folder Redirection, Microsoft Internet Explorer connectivity, and the desktop.

Lessons

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Configuring Group Policy Settings

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Assigning Scripts with Group Policy

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Configuring Folder Redirection

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Determining Applied GPOs

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• Module 10: Introduction to Security in Windows Server 2003

This module explains how to use Group Policy to configure Folder Redirection, Microsoft Internet Explorer connectivity, and the desktop.

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Overview of Security in Windows Server 2003

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Using Security Templates to Secure Computers

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Testing Computer Security Policy

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Configuring Auditing

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Managing Security Logs

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WINDOWS XP - IMPLEMENTING & SUPPORTING MICROSOFT

WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL

The purpose of this course is to address the implementation and desktop support needs of customers that are planning to deploy and support Microsoft Windows XP Professional in a variety of stand-alone and network operating system environments. It provides in-depth, hands-on training for Information Technology (IT) professionals responsible for the planning, implementation, management, and support of Windows XP Professional.

This course is based on the final, retail release of Windows XP Professional.

Prerequisites For Success

Before attending this course, students must have:

• A+ certification, or equivalent knowledge.

• Network+ certification, or equivalent knowledge.

Course Number : MWX01 Duration : 5 days Course Fee : RM3,150.00 Who Will Benefit

Are new to the Windows XP Professional product. Provide Helpdesk support for Windows XP Professional desktops. Provide support for the Microsoft Windows NT version 4.0 or Windows 2000 Server family of products, or support for a Microsoft Windows XP solution environment.

How You Benefit

After completing this course, students will be able to:

• Plan and install Windows XP Professional.

• Automate an installation of Windows XP Professional.

• Configure and manage hardware on a computer running Windows XP Professional.

• Manage disks.

• Configure and manage file systems.

• Troubleshoot the boot process and other system issues.

• Configure and support Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).

• Configure the desktop environment, and use profiles to control desktop customization.

• Configure security, privacy, and connection settings for Internet Explorer.

• Configure Windows XP Professional to operate on Microsoft networks.

• Support remote users.

• Configure Windows XP Professional for mobile computing.

• Monitor resources and performance.

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• Module 1: Installing Microsoft Windows XP Professional

- Planning an Installation of Microsoft Windows XP Professional - Installing Windows XP Professional

- Upgrading to Microsoft Windows XP

- Transferring User Settings and Files by Using the USMT - Performing Post-Installation Tasks

At the end of this module, you will be able to install Windows XP Professional and upgrade from Microsoft Windows 98 to Windows XP Professional. This includes:

- Planning a Microsoft Windows XP Professional Installation.

- Installing Windows XP Professional.

- Transferring User Settings by Using the USMT.

• Module 2: Automating an Installation of Microsoft Windows XP Professional The following topics are covered in this module:

- Preparing for Installation

- Introduction to Automating an Installation of Windows XP Professional - Creating Answer Files & Creating a Uniqueness Database File

- Performing an Automated Installation of Windows XP Professional - Introduction to Creating and Deploying an Image

- Preparing a Reference Computer

- Creating, Testing, and Deploying an Image - Remote Installation Services

- Managing Security Settings by Using Security Center

At the end of this module, you will be able to automate the Setup program to install Windows XP Professional without user intervention by using answer files and Uniqueness Database Files (UDFs). This includes:

- Creating an answer file by using the Setup Manager Wizard.

- Running Sysprep.

- Performing a Windows Welcome Installation.

• Module 3: Configuring Hardware on a Computer Running Microsoft Windows XP Professional The following topics are covered in this module:

- Installing and Configuring Hardware Devices - Working with Drivers

- Troubleshooting Hardware Devices

At the end of this module, you will be able to configure hardware devices and drivers on a computer running Windows XP Professional. This includes:

- Adding and removing devices by using the Hardware Wizard.

- Using Driver Rollback to restore a device driver.

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• Module 4: Managing Disks

The following topics are covered in this module:

- Working with Disk Management - Working with Basic Disks - Working with Dynamic Disks

- Preparing Disks When Upgrading to Windows XP Professional - Managing Disks

- Defragmenting Volumes

At the end of this module, you will be able to configure disk drives and perform common disk management tasks. This includes working with dynamic disks.

• Module 5: Configuring and Managing File Systems The following topics are covered in this module:

- Working with File Systems - Managing Data Compression

- Securing Data by Using EFS (I/O) Devices

At the end of this module, you will be able to configure and manage file systems. This includes:

- Configuring disk compression.

- Securing files by using EFS.

• Module 6: Troubleshooting the Boot Process and Other System Issues The following topics are covered in this module:

- Examining the Windows XP Professional Boot Process - Controlling System Settings During the Boot Process - Changing Startup Behavior Using the Boot.ini File

- Using Advanced Boot Options to Troubleshoot Startup Problems - Using the Recovery Console to Start the Computer

- Restoring a Computer to a Previous State

At the end of this module, you will be able to troubleshoot the boot process and other system issues.

• Module 7: Configuring TCP/IP Addressing and Name Resolution The following topics are covered in this module:

- Configuring IP Addresses - Configuring Windows Firewall - Troubleshooting IP Addresses

- Determining TCP/IP Name Resolution Methods - Configuring a DNS and WINS Client

At the end of this module, you will be able to configure TCP/IP addressing and name resolution.

This includes:

- Configuring IP addresses for Windows XP Professional.

- Configuring Windows Firewall for Windows XP Professional.

- Troubleshooting IP Addresses for Windows XP Professional.

- Configuring the DNS Client for Windows XP Professional.

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• Module 8 : Configuring the Desktop Environment The following topics are covered in this module:

- Configuring User Desktop Settings - Customizing the Desktop Environment - Configuring System Settings

- Understanding How User Profiles and Group Policy Affect Desktop Customization - Using Remote Assistance

At the end of this module, you will be able to configure desktop settings and understand how user profiles and Group Policy affect desktop customization. This includes:

- Customizing the desktop.

- Using Remote Assistance

• Module 9: Configuring Internet Explorer

The following topics are covered in this module:

- Configuring Security for Internet Explorer - Configuring Privacy for Internet Explorer

- Configuring Connection Settings for Internet Explorer

At the end of this module, you will be able to configure Internet Explorer.

• Module 10: Configuring Microsoft Windows XP Professional to Operate in Microsoft Networks The following topics are covered in this module:

- Examining Workgroups and User Accounts - Creating and Authenticating Local User Accounts - Configuring Local Security

- Configuring Logon Options in a Workgroup - Configuring Networking Options in a Workgroup - Operating in a Domain

At the end of this module, you will be able to configure local user accounts to configure Windows XP Professional to operate in an Active Directory directory service domain or in a workgroup. This includes:

- Operating in a workgroup.

- Operating in a domain.

• Module 11: Supporting Remote Users

The following topics are covered in this module:

- Establishing Remote Access Connections - Connecting to Virtual Private Networks

- Configuring Authentication Protocols and Encryption - Using Remote Desktop

- Storing User Names and Passwords to Facilitate Remote Connections

At the end of this module, you will be able to configure access to remote computers. This includes:

- Configuring a VPN connection.

- Configuring and using Remote Desktop.

- Storing user names and passwords.

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• Module 12: Configuring Microsoft Windows XP for Mobile Computing The following topics are covered in this module:

- Configuring Power Management Options for Mobile Computing - Making Files, Folders, and Web Pages Available for Offline Use

At the end of this module, you will be able to configure Windows XP Professional for mobile computing. This includes configuring offline files.

• Module 13: Monitoring Resources and Performance The following topics are covered in this module:

- Using Task Manager to Monitor System Performance

- Using Performance and Maintenance Tools to Improve Performance - Monitoring Event Logs

- Configuring Application Compatibility

At the end of this module, you will be able to monitor and interpret system and performance information on computers running Windows XP Professional. This includes:

- Using Task Manager and Event Viewer.

- Setting Application Compatibility.

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