Windows Server 2008 update training for faculty

Discussion in 'Microsoft Certification' started by Kelley Beverly, May 9, 2008.

  1. Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Update Training: Exclusively for Academia

    Stay ahead of the technology curve! Microsoft Learning in conjunction with
    select IT faculty of Community and Technical Colleges across the US have
    joined together to bring a series of update training courses designed for
    faculty at academic institutions. The training is based on excerpts from the
    Windows Server 2008 First Look Microsoft Official Curriculum*. Each online
    session includes live lecture from an experienced instructor and a monitored
    virtual lab session.

    Each session is priced at $30 each. For the month of June, get unlimited
    access to the hands on lab for the session you purchase. To check
    availability and register, visit

    The topics include:

    Windows Server 2008 Deployment Planning
    • Planning for Deployment
    • Managing Server Migration
    • Planning Windows Server 2008 Server Roles
    Deploying Windows Server 2008
    • Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2008
    • Windows Deployment Services
    • Server Core
    Windows Server 2008 AAA Services
    • Managing Windows Server 2008 Security
    • Identity and Access services in Windows Server 2008 Active Directory
    • Enterprise PKI Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)
    Next Generation Windows Server 2008 Services
    • Windows Server 2008 Updates to Networking (IPv6)
    • Network Policies and Access Protection (NAP)
    • Hyper-V (Server Virtualization)
    Windows Server 2008 Active Directory
    • Planning for Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Services
    • Active Directory Domain Services
    • Read-Only Domain Controllers
    Internet Information Services 7 (IIS 7)
    • Introducing IIS 7
    • IIS 7 Configuration
    • Troubleshooting IIS 7
    SharePoint Services
    • Introducing SharePoint Services
    • Troubleshooting SharePoint Services
    Kelley Beverly, May 9, 2008
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