||This course is designed to further students' understanding of directory services. Directory services provide a central repository for the information available on the network. The student will learn that the first function of the directory is to provide information about objects in the directory including users and resources such as file shares, printers or email boxes. In addition, the student will learn that the information contained in the directory is crucial for the correct and secure operation of the network.
- Describe the structure of Active Directory.
- Describe the philosophy of directory services.
- Explain the role of Domain Name Services in Active Directory.
- Design an Active Directory architecture.
- Install Domain Name Services using current best practices.
- Implement Active Directory replication to current standards.
- Create an Active Directory auditing plan.
- Employ current authentication and authentication methods.
- Demonstrate proper management of objects.
- Monitor Active Directory performance.
- Demonstrate proper planning for disaster recovery.
- Apply software management using group policy.
- Implement group policy on Active Directory objects.
- Employ Active Directory operation masters.
- Troubleshoot Active Directory.
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