Windows Network Administration Project Manual / Edition 1

Windows Network Administration Project Manual / Edition 1

by Steve Suehring, L. Ward Ulmer
     
 

You can get there

Windows Network Administration Project Manual offers a wealth of easy-to-read, practical, up-to-date activities that reinforce fundamental Windows network administration concepts.  You’ll also learn to develop the core competencies and skills you’ll need in the real world, such as how to:

  • Install

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Overview

You can get there

Windows Network Administration Project Manual offers a wealth of easy-to-read, practical, up-to-date activities that reinforce fundamental Windows network administration concepts.  You’ll also learn to develop the core competencies and skills you’ll need in the real world, such as how to:

  • Install Windows Server 2003
  • Install and configure the TCP/IP protocol
  • Configure a DNS Client
  • Administer DHCP Servers
  • Use special permissions
  • Configure a remote access server
  • Troubleshoot RRAS Connectivity
  • Configure IPSec Authentication
  • Manage IP filter lists and filter actions

With five to seven projects per chapter ranging from easy to more advanced, Windows Network Administration Project Manual is ideal for both traditional and online courses that are oriented toward strengthening Windows network administration skills. 

Windows Network Administration Project Manual is an excellent companion to Suehring et al.’s Windows Network Administration (978-0-470-10191-9).

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Not every student is on the same path, but every student wants to succeed. The Information Technology series in the new Wiley Pathways imprint helps you achieve your goals. The books and project manuals in this series––Introduction to Databases, Introduction to Programming Using Visual Basic, Introduction to Operating Systems, Networking Basics, Windows Network Administration, Network Security Fundamentals, and PC Hardware Essentials—offer a coordinated information technology curriculum. Learn more at www.wiley.com/go/pathways.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780470114131
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
03/16/2007
Series:
Wiley Pathways Series
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
403
Product dimensions:
8.58(w) x 10.91(h) x 0.91(d)

Table of Contents

1. Understanding Networks
1.1. Basic OSI Knowledge
1.2. Determining a MAC Address
1.3. Using the OSI Model to Troubleshoot
1.4. Viewing the Protocols Installed on a Computer
1.5. Topology Recognition and Selection
1.6. Choosing Media
1.7. Using Network Devices
1.8. Preparing to Install Windows Server 2003
1.9. Installing Windows Server 2003

2. The TCP/IP Protocol Suite
2.1. Understanding Binary Numbering, Conversion to Decimal Numbering and Logical Operations
2.2. Subnetting
2.3. Examining Routing
2.4. Installing and Configuring the TCP/IP Protocol
2.5. Configuring Bindings
2.6. Using TCP/IP Troubleshooting Tools
2.7. Monitoring Network Traffic

3. Implementing and Administering WINS
3.1. Understanding Browsing
3.2. Name Resolution
3.3. Viewing the NetBIOS Name Cache
3.4. Understanding WINS
3.5. Installing WINS
3.6. Administering WINS

4. Implementing and Administering DNS
4.1. Understanding DNS
4.2. Configuring a DNS Client
4.3. Installing DNS on Windows Server 2003
4.4. Configuring and Managing DNS
4.5. DNS Performance

5. Troubleshooting Name Resolution
5.1. Examining Troubleshooting Tools and Utilities
5.2. Investigating Failures
5.3. Diagnosing and Monitoring Name Resolution
5.4. Packet Analysis with Net Monitor
5.5. Packet Analysis with Ethereal or Etherpeek

6. Implementing and Administering DHCP
6.1. Understanding DHCP
6.2. Creating and Configuring Scopes and Superscopes
6.3. Administering DHCP Servers
6.4. Dynamic DNS Configuration
6.5. Planning a Redundant DHCP Infrastructure

7. Troubleshooting DHCP
7.1. Troubleshooting DHCP Server Configuration
7.2. Switch and Router Configuration Problems
7.3. Monitoring DHCP Services
7.4. Managing the DHCP Database
7.5. Examining DHCP Packets

8. Managing Security
8.1. Understanding Users and Groups
8.2. Using the RunAs Command
8.3. Managing Users
8.4. Managing Groups
8.5. Understanding Group Policy
8.6. Using the Delegation of Control Wizard

9. Managing Permissions
9.1. Understanding File and Folder Permissions
9.2. Using Special Permissions
9.3. Assigning NTFS Permissions
9.4. Copying and Moving Files and Folders
9.5. Managing Shared Folders
9.6. Troubleshooting Permissions

10. Administering Routing and Remote Access
10.1 Understanding Routing and Remote Access (RRAS) on Windows Server 2003
10.2 Configuring a Remote Access Server and Dial-up Networking Client
10.3 Understanding VPNs
10.4 VPN Configuration
10.5 Routing and Remote Access Policy Configurations

11 Monitoring and Troubleshooting RRAS
11.1 Managing and Monitoring RRAS
11.2 Reviewing and Configuring RRAS Logs
11.3 Remote Access Logging
11.4 Logging, Tracing, or Monitoring?
11.5 Using IAS Parse
11.6 Troubleshooting RRAS Connectivity

12 Configuring and Troubleshooting IPSec
12.1 Understanding IP Security
12.2 Exploring IPSec Components
12.3 Configuring IPSec Authentication
12.4 Managing IP Filter Lists and Filter Actions
12.5 Using IP Security Monitor

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