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Windows Server 2003 Administration MCSE 70-290: Managing Access to Resources

Total Time: 4 hour(s)

Summary: 
This course explains how to manage access to files and folders, printers, computers, and other resources on the network. Learners will learn about different types of permissions and user rights that can be configured, how permissions are inherited, and how command-line utilities can be used to manage access control. This course also explains how to troubleshoot common access problems, how to use the Encrypting File System to encrypt files and folders, and how to implement a PKI using Windows Server 2003's Certificate Services.

Ojectives: 
After completing this course, students will be able to:
Understand access control
Understand and use access permissions
Set user rights and privileges
Troubleshoot access problems
Use new command-line utilities to manage access control
Use EFS encryption
Implement a Public Key Infrastructure

Topics: 
Understanding Access Control
Assigning NTFS Permissions
Denying NTFS Permissions
Using NTFS Special Permissions
Copying or Moving Files and Folders
Using Shared-Folder Permissions
Understanding the Interaction of Share Permissions and NTFS Permissions
Using Shared Folders in Active Directory
Understanding Permission Inheritance
Understanding User Rights
Using Group Policy to Set User Rights
Troubleshooting Access Problems
Managing Access with Command-Line Utilities
Understanding Disk Encryption
Understanding EFS Architecture
Encrypting Files and Folders
EFS Best Practices
Understanding Public Key Infrastructure
Installing and Using Windows Server 2003 Certificate Services

Technical Requirements: 
P500+ Processor, 128MB of RAM; Windows 2000, 2003, XP, Minimum screen resolution 800x600, Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher; Windows Media Player 9.0 or higher; Flash 8.0 or higher; 56K minimum connection; broadband (256 kpbs or higher) connection recommended; Javascript, DHTML and cookies enabled; Sound card with speakers or headphones strongly recommended.

 
   
 
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