Updating your network infrastructure


With deep experience and an impeccable track record in national retail rollouts, Coranet has set the benchmark for customer satisfaction in technology integration.Our company is proud to offer a wide variety of innovative solutions: As technology reinvents the retail experience, Coranet provides the innovative network support to keep all data operations running smoothly.The audience for this course is IT Professionals who wish to upgrade their existing Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) or Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) skills on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2, and who also plan to take the following upgrade exams While the course is specifically targeted at the students who are certified as outlined earlier and are planning to take the upgrade exams listed above, the course may also be of benefit to IT professionals who do not hold an MCSA or MCSE on Windows Server 2003, but do have extensive experience with Windows Server 2003 and wish to update those skills to Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2.

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You can then combine this information with the requirements for Configuration Manager to make decisions about your hierarchy and site designs, and site system server placement.

Use the information in the following sections when you plan your Configuration Manager hierarchy: It is important that you know the structure of your organization because this information can influence how you deploy, use, and support Configuration Manager.

It is also useful to know your organization’s long-term plans.

This module explains how to configure Network Policy Server and Remote Access Services in Windows Server 2008.

It outlines how to secure your remote access clients by using network policies and, where appropriate, Network Access Protection (NAP) as well as covering technologies such as VPN and also explaining Direct Access, a feature available with Windows Server 2008 R2This module explains what is new in the management of an Active Directory Domain Services infrastructure, what improvements were made to Group Policy, what are Group Policy Preferences, and how the ability to restart the Active Directory database service (NTDS) supports and simplifies advanced administrative tasks.

Changes such as mergers and acquisitions can have a significant effect on IT infrastructure.

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