Microsoft Security

CB103


5 Days

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Course Outline

In this course, students will learn about the Windows Server 2016 operating system. Countless companies throughout the world rely on the Windows Server to manage their organization's computers. Students will be taught how to set up domain environments using Active Directory, which enables central control of all computers and users in a domain.

This course will also cover how to manage network services, such as DNS and DHCP servers, & the differences between Windows Server 2016 and newer versions, such as 2019. In addition, the lessons will include the security aspects & hardening of those environments & systems.

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Modules

Introduction to Windows Client
  • Networking Review
  • Windows Environment
  • Client Configuration
  • Introduction to CM D
  • Users and Groups
  • Remote Connection
  • Windows Maintenance
  • Client Security Features
Windows Server 2012 & Enterprise Creation
  • Windows Server 2012 Overview
  • Installation
  • Configuration
Active Directory
  • Fundamentals
  • Active Directory Objects
  • Server Core Configuration
Domain Name System
  • Fundamentals
  • DNS Zones and Records
  • DNS Configuration
  • Link-Local Multicast Name Resolution
PowerShell
  • PowerShell Fundamentals
  • PowerShell as a Tool
  • PowerShell for Active Directory
  • PowerShell as a Weapon
Group Policy
  • GPO Introduction
  • GPO Management
  • Group Policy Management Editor
  • WMI Filters & Troubleshooting
  • Additional GPO Extensions
Shares and Permissions
  • File Sharing
  • NTFS Permissions
  • Distributed File System
DHCP
  • Introduction
  • DHCP Installation
  • DHCP Configuration
  • DHCP Failover
Disk Management
  • MBR vs GPT
  • Basic vs Dynamic Disk
  • Dynamic Disk Features
  • RAID
  • Disk Management Tool
  • Disk Partition Commands
  • File Server Resource Manager
Microsoft Endpoint Security
  • Host Encryption
  • AppLocker
  • Windows Firewall
Security Policies & Authentication
  • Network Operation Hardening
  • Account Security Policies
  • Local Security Policies
  • Additional Security Measures
  • NTLM Authentication
  • Kerberos Authentication
Project Final
  • Final Project overview
  • Troubleshoot

Prerequisites

  • Experience working with Windows clients 7, 8, 8.1, or 10.
  • Basic understanding of virtual environments.
  • Basic knowledge of networking.

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Set up domain environments using Active Directory, which enables central control of all computers and users in a domain”
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