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Managing, Maintaining and Securing Your Networks Through Group Policy (Managing

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Parramatta, NSW
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Course Code: 50255Course Duration: four days In this four-day instructor-led (Level 200) course you will learn how to consolidate the administration of an enterprise IT infrastructure with Group Policy and how to control and manage computer systems and domain users running Windows Server 2003, Server 2008, XP, and Vista. You will learn to create Group Policies, implement administrative and security templates, and determine best practices when deploying software packages. Walk away with the experience and tools needed to optimize your enterprise systems and networks. Skills Gained After completing this course, students will be able to: • Design and deploy security policies for all your Windows 2003/2008 servers, workstations, member servers, XP, and Vista clients• Delegate Administrative Control of Group Policies • Back up and restore Group Policy Objects (GPOs) through Group Policy Management Console (GPMC)• Easily roll out selected software updates and operating system patches from your network environment• Tips for troubleshooting Group Policy Course Modules Module 1: Introduction to Group PolicyThis module provides a review of the Active Directory infrastructure and describes the basis of what Group Policy is and how it functions. Module 2: Group Policy Management ToolsThis module describes a downloadable console, Group Policy Management Console, from Microsoft released after Server 2003 intended as a “one-stop shop” for Group Policy administration. Module 3: Designing a Group Policy InfrastructureThis module info the steps a successful Group Policy deployment should follow, linking your design to how your company can best use the features. Essential network components and security design are also defined. Module 4: Troubleshooting Group PolicyThis module explains the key concepts that you must grasp in order to effectively troubleshoot Group Policy. Module 5: Deploying Legacy Security TemplatesThis module defines the Windows security model and info the process of using the Security Configuration and Analysis tools to apply security templates. Module 6: : Implementing Security Using Group PolicyThis module info effective security design using Active Directory logical components. You will also learn how to utilize predefined Security Guide templates and the GPO Accelerator tool in order to further security your environment. Module 7: Configuring the Desktop EnvironmentThis module explains many of the settings that are available to configure and restrict the user desktop environment, such as Control Panel restrictions, Start Menu settings, and Windows Explorer configuration. Module 8: Assigning and Publishing Software PackagesThis module explains how manage to use Group Policy for deploying software. Module 9: Software Restrictions PoliciesThis module explains the deployment of software restriction policies including the essential components, rules, and the order of precedence of such policy. You will learn how to use software restriction policies to prevent users from running unauthorized software reducing the likelihood that viruses, Trojan horses, or spyware might intrude upon the environment. Module 10: Creating and Deploying Legacy Administrative TemplatesThis module explains the logic behind administrative templates, when to use them, and the basics of how to write them. Module 11: New Group Policy Features for Windows Vista and Server 2008This module explains the new GPO features and settings that are available for Windows Vista and Windows Serve 2008. You will learn about the changes in the GPO Editor and differences in GPO processing. Module 12: Managing Group Policy PreferencesThis module explains the function of GPO preferences, describes how Preferences can be combined with GPO Policies are different from Policies. Who Should Attend This course is intended for Enterprise network staff responsible for help desk support, system administration, and network design. Prerequisites Before attending this course, students must have: • Experience with the Microsoft Windows Server 2003/8 environments and a fundamental understanding of Active Directory
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