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1 Workshop Services Workshops and WorkshopPLUS Workshops provide customers with Microsoft best practices to help them utilise Microsoft technologies and receive knowledge transfer directly from Microsoft subject matter experts. These best practices focus on administration; operation and helping customers make their Microsoft enterprise environment more supportable. WorkshopPLUS courses provide Premier Support customers with advanced technical training that can significantly improve their IT staff s ability to act proactively and to develop crisis-management skills, thereby helping to increase uptime and overall infrastructure performance. These training programs include Pre- and Post-Assessments to measure knowledge gained from the course, as well as an Action Planning session to help participants take what they ve learned and apply it to real-world scenarios. Workshop s To ensure that participants get the most out of each Premier Workshop, the technical level of the presentation has been included. Classification has been done in accordance with the classic undergraduate class model and the description of each level is listed below. 100 Introductory 100-level workshop is an introduction to the topic or overview. Assumes little or no expertise with the topic being covered 200 Intermediate Assumes 100-level knowledge and a fairly complete understanding of the features. The 200-level Premier Workshops may discuss case studies that cover a breadth of common scenarios or explain how to use more advanced features. Advanced Assumes 200-level knowledge and an in-depth understanding of product features in a real-world environment. The -level Premier Workshops may go into unusual case studies that illustrate specific aspects of the product that are key to improving performance or interoperability. 400 Expert Assumes the deepest level of technical knowledge we expect a customer to have. The 400-level Premier Workshops are essentially expert-to-expert sessions. The content provides the means for customers to push products to maximum performance, achieve the broadest possible interoperability, and create applications using even the most advanced features. 41

2 3 Workshops 3.1 Active Directory Active Directory Backup and Disaster Recovery WorkshopPLUS Active Directory Upgrade Assessment for Windows Server 2008 R2 (ADUA) Active Directory Rights Management Services: Planning, deployment and administration Active Directory Recovery Execution Service Advance Administration Support and troubleshooting of GPOs Management of Active Directory content using Windows PowerShell Management of Active Directory infrastructure using Windows PowerShell Windows Server 2003/2008: Active Directory Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008 Directory Services Workshop Windows Server 2008 R2 Directory Services Workshop 42

3 Active Directory Backup and Disaster Recovery WorkshopPLUS Windows Server day This 4-day WorkshopPLUS course provides participants with the knowledge and skills required to prepare for, recover from, or avoid specific Microsoft Active Directory disasters. To ensure the high-quality knowledge-transfer expected by attendees of this 4-day workshop, class size is limited to a maximum of 15 students who meet the following criteria: Senior or top-level IT staff possessing at a minimum MCSE-level certification in Microsoft Windows Operating-environment infrastructure architects with a solid understanding of AD. Windows 2003 Server administrators with solid understanding of AD. Escalation support staff (top-tier only). Organisations who wish to learn more about planning for Active Directory disaster scenarios and recovery. After completing this course, you will be able to: Understand technical description and detail on different disaster scenarios Learn about business continuity impact Causes of active directory disaster scenarios Prevention strategies SYLLABUS: Module 1: Preparing for and Avoiding Disasters Qualify what constitutes an outage of Active Directory: identify ways to prevent AD disasters; know what data should be collected in advance; and identify what information to communicate to business units. Module 2: Core Disaster Recovery Scenarios Explore six core disaster scenarios, ranging from Loss of Critical Services to Loss of Entire Forest Functionality. Module 3: SYSVOL Scenarios Investigate SYSVOL data failures, FRS component failures and GPO disasters. Preparing to recover from active directory disasters How to recover from disaster recovery scenarios Module 4: Disasters Avoided Through Good Operational Practices Adjust operational practices to avoid disasters associated with massive clock adjustments, USN rollback, and lingering objects. Module 5: Security Related Scenarios Focus on prevention, including: Physical DC compromise, hacked DCs, and sidhistory elevation. Module 6: Relevant Changes In Future Releases - Review disaster recovery-related changes in Microsoft Windows Server 2008 PRE-REQUISITES: Attendees should be experienced users of Active Directory on Windows Server Ideally, they will have Windows administration experience and will be comfortable using and troubleshooting Active Directory from past experience. 43

4 Active Directory Upgrade Assessment for Windows Server 2008 R2 (ADUA) Active Directory 1 Days Microsoft Active Directory Services are being used to store business-critical applications and is essential as repository for access and systems within your IT infrastructure. As any other system needs to be upgraded to take advantage of new features and but also to be in compliance with Support Life Cycles. TARGET AUDIENCE Anyone wanting to learn what ADUA can do for their organization or individuals preparing themselves to deploy ADUA would benefit from the material covered in this workshop. BENEFITS Ensuring that your AD administrators know what is new in AD 2008 R Microsoft advice on the available upgrade paths and the best practices for an effective upgrading What know issues should be considered before upgrading your domain controllers SYLLABUS Active Directory Upgrade Planning Session A full day session that will develops the knowledge and skills needed to determine an upgrade plan, identify potential issues a how to prevent them. AD administrators will walk away with the right knowledge to decide if a specific AD 2008 R2 feature is suitable for your environment. During this session your actual upgrade process will be evaluated to identify any roadblocks. Active Directory Assessment Data collection of actual active directory configurations and health state Analysis and Reporting Analysis and presentation of the data collected after a comparison against best practices, know issues and possible risks. This evaluation will also cover recommendations about how to stabilize the environment, if it is required, before attempting the upgrade project 44

5 Active Directory Rights Management Services: Planning, deployment and administration Active Directory 2 Days This workshop takes advantage of the knowledge and experience acquired over multiple customer support engagements since the release of RMS 1.0 and presents the student with the opportunity to experience the various stages of a pilot RMS deployment in a distributed environment covering everything from common deployment mistakes, integration with Exchange and SharePoint, and Administration TARGET AUDIENCE Anyone wanting to learn what ADRMS can do for their organization or individuals preparing themselves to deploy ADRMS would benefit from the material covered in this workshop. BENEFITS Make common deployment mistakes in the lab and recover from them Work in distributed environment that allows you to test complex deployment options Explore troubleshooting options SYLLABUS This workshop runs 2 days. Students should anticipate consistent start and end times for each day. We do not recommend early departure on any day. Module 1: Introduction We cover the business reasons behind ADRMS, what ADRMS really is and what it isn t Module 2: ADRMS Architecture We cover the business reasons behind ADRMS, what ADRMS really is and what it isn t Module 3: Deployment. We discuss deployment planning, deployment consideration and sizing your deployment to meet your enterprise s needs. Module 4: Administration. We cover server administration operations Module 5: Client side deployment. It is not enough to get ADRMS cluster deployment but your clients will need additional configuration in order to take advantage of RMS. In this module will cover what steps are required and discuss some important questions that will ensure a successful deployment. Module 6: Extranet Deployment. Most environments will need to ensure that users outside of the network are able to access the RMS environment and how to get that done is what we will be covering in this module. Module 8: Troubleshooting. Lastly we will discuss some of the troubleshooting option available with ADRM.. 45

6 Active Directory Recovery Execution Service Active Directory 3 days The Active Directory Recovery Execution Service aims to help your organization review common Active Directory disaster recovery scenarios, determine the risk for your business and execute the recovery steps in a test environment to resolve a disaster. Together with the expertise of a Microsoft engineer It will help to create a fully tested and supported Active Directory disaster recovery plan and solid documentation base. It includes a side-by-side knowledge transfer with your IT staff so they are trained perform the execution steps for Active Directory disaster scenarios. Although available for delivery in isolation, this service can be combined with the Active Directory Disaster Recovery Planning (ADDRP) offering to provide a complete AD disaster recovery service. When delivered in unison with ADDRP, customers will be armed with the knowledge to address the crucial planning elements involved in recovering their Active Directory and understand their current recovery capabilities in addition to the benefits of ADRES. For more details on ADDRP, please refer to the relevant datasheet. This service is designed for Microsoft Premier Support customers who have designed and/or implemented Microsoft Active Directory and require practical, hands-on guidance for recovering their Active Directory infrastructure. Active Directory provides a critical foundation for a many enterprise applications, therefore it is essential that organisations have an up to date, fully documented and well tested Active Directory disaster recovery plan. This offering walks customers through the practical steps required to recover from common AD disaster scenarios, using data that represents their live infrastructure. The skills and concepts learnt during this engagement allow customers to assess the viability of their existing DR plans. In the case where no DR plans exist, customers will be able to understand the technical processes required to produce a DR plan that is supportable, relevant to their infrastructure and follows the latest Microsoft best practice. After completing the ADRES, the participants will have: 1. Setup an isolated Active Directory test environment. 2. Fully tested their Active Directory disaster recovery plan for common scenarios. 3. Gained a deep technical knowledge on how to resolve Active Directory disaster recovery issues. 4. Gained skills required to reduce time to resolve Active Directory disasters. SYLLABUS/DELIVERABLES: The following will be delivered: Review of recommended recovery procedures Forest and Domain recovery execution User and group membership recovery execution Object recovery execution Group Policy and SYSVOL recovery execution Time management recovery execution Documentation check Templates provided on each Active Directory disaster recovery scenario to show Microsoft best practices and procedures which must be followed 46

7 Advanced Administration Support and Troubleshooting of GPOs Windows Server Days This workshop is designed for Administrators and Support Personnel to control manage maintain and lockdown their User Desktop environment. This 3 Day Group Policy Course covers all aspects of Administration, Support and Troubleshooting of Group Policies in an Enterprise Environment. Understanding Components of Group Policies Understand How Group Policies are configured Identify the major tools used to create, support and Backup Group Policies Understand key new features of Vista and Windows 2008 Group policy Troubleshooting Group Policies Identify Key Performance and design Best Practices Understand Group Policies preferences Understand Advances Group Policy Management Tool Use GPO Accelerator Use Group Policy Best Practice Analyzer SYLLABUS: Module 1: Group policy essentials This covers the fundamentals of Group Policy Architecture and Components and Management Module 2: Group policy Processing This covers how a Group Policy is processed from initial retrieval from the Sever to being processed by the Client Side Extension. Module 3: GPO Policy Troubleshooting & Security This covers how a Group Policy is processed from initial retrieval from the Sever to being processed by the Client Side Extension. Module 4: Windows Server 2008 and Vista Updates This module covers and identifies all the new features and enhancements Windows Vista and Windows 2008 introduce. Module 5: Advanced Group policy Management This identifies what is Advanced Group Policy Management. How this new tool and features enables you to manage your Group Policies in a comprehensive and secure platform. Module 6: Group Policy Preferences Group Policy Preferences are an extensive new set of features and functionality that enhance the breadth and potential of Group Policies. The use management and functionality are fully investigated in this module. 47

8 Management of Active Directory content using Windows PowerShell PowerShell v1 and v2 3-4 days 400 Administrators of Active Directory who want to make their user, computer and group management AD tasks more effective and less error prone by converting them into PowerShell scripts Administrators who wants to convert current ADSI based vbs or java scripts into PowerShell scripts Programmers who want to implement various Active Directory related operations using PowerShell scripting technology in combination with the.net framework or Windows 2008 R2 cmdlets This workshop is intended for Active Directory administrators and programmers who want to automate certain AD-related management task, especially user account, computer account and group account management and management of OU hierarchy by means of PowerShell scripting language. The workshop content is designed to cover all areas of AD management that can be performed using the Active Directory User and Computers administrative tool, but contains also many other operations that cannot be performed by this tool (LDAP search, bitmask type attributes management, management of attributes not revealed in graphical interface, etc.). The first five modules are covered during the first three days, if module 6 is required, the workshop will be four days long. After completion of this workshop students will be able to automate all aspects of user, computer and group management using the Windows PowerShell scripting language in a combination with either selected.net classes or the new set of Windows 2008 R2 cmdlets (see syllabus for more info). Each AD related technology will be thoroughly described and rich set of examples covering complete user, computer and group account lifecycle management will be demonstrated. The workshop courseware is provided in both printed and electronic form and is intended to be used by students later after the course completion as a graphical quick reference guide (both for PowerShell scripting language and AD content management oriented technologies). The courseware contains pictures of object models, mappings of user, computer and group object fields available in Active Directory User and Computers administrative tool to.net object properties and AD attributes and almost 100 examples of PowerShell code that can be reused in cut-and-paste manner in further scripts. SYLLABUS: Module 1: Introductory topics Module 2: Administration of AD content using Windows 2008 R2 AD provider and AD related cmdlets Module 3: Advanced administration of AD content using System. DirectoryServices.Net namespace Module 4: Scripting LDAP search Module 5: Scripting of AD object security Module 6 (optional module - fourth day): Basic administration of AD content using System.DirectoryServices.AccountManagement.Net namespace PRE-REQUISITES: Basic knowledge of PowerShell scripting language and environment: Ability to use basic set of pipeline processing and formatting cmdlets (*-object, format-*) Working with basic data types (numeric, strings, arrays) and operators Working with Powershell variables Ability to use basic PowerShell language constructs (conditional statements, looping statements) Ability to create and use PowerShell functions Basic knowledge of AD administration principles: User account administration Group account administration Computer account administration 48

9 Management of Active Directory infrastructure using Windows PowerShell PowerShell v1 3 days 400 Administrators of Active Directory who want to make the tasks related to administration of AD infrastructure (i.e. management of domain and forest, trust management, management of AD topology and AD replication management and analysis) more effective and less error prone by converting manually performed tasks into PowerShell scripts Administrators who wants to convert their current ADSI based vbs or java scripts into PowerShell scripts Programmers who want to implement various Active Directory related operations using PowerShell scripting technology in combination with the.net framework Administrators or programmers who want just to learn as much as possible about these technologies by managing them programmatically on the lowest level This workshop is intended for both Active Directory administrators and programmers who want to implement the AD infrastructure management related task by means of PowerShell scripting language or who just want to gain deep knowledge of these technologies through their programmatic management. The workshop content is designed to cover all areas of AD infrastructure management and contains more than 90 reusable code examples of many operations. All technologies are first thoroughly explained theoretically before the description of their programmatic management by means of PowerShell in combination with.net framework proceeds. For each topic rich set of examples completely covering given area of AD infrastructure management will be demonstrated. See syllabus for complete list of AD infrastructure management related areas covered by this workshop. After completion of this workshop students will be able to use PowerShell to automate the tasks from following areas of AD infrastructure management: Administration and management of domains, forests and domain controllers, their properties and FSMO roles Administration and management of domain trusts, their properties and monitoring of their current operational state Administration and management of all components of AD replication topology Management and monitoring of distributed AD replication processes The workshop courseware is provided in both printed and electronic form and is intended to be used by students later after the course completion as a graphical quick reference guide (both for PowerShell scripting language and AD infrastructure management oriented technologies). The courseware contains lots of pictures describing object models, technology concepts, the map of the configuration partition that can be used to identify AD object where to perform given management tasks, and more than 90 examples of PowerShell code that can be reused in cut-and-paste manner in further scripts. SYLLABUS: Module 1: Introductory topics Module 2: Management of domains, forests and domain controllers Module 3: Management of trust Module 4: AD replication topology management Module 5: Management of replication process Module 6: Analysis of replication metadata PRE-REQUISITES: Basic knowledge of PowerShell scripting language and environment: Ability to use basic set of pipeline processing and formatting cmdlets (*-object, format-*) Working with basic data types (numeric, strings, arrays) and operators Working with Powershell variables Ability to use basic PowerShell language constructs (conditional statements, looping statements) Ability to create and use PowerShell functions Basic knowledge of AD administration principles: User account administration Group account administration Computer account administration 49

10 Windows Server 2003/2008: Active Directory Troubleshooting Windows Server 2003/ Days Get hands-on experiences troubleshooting a wide range of issues in Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 Active Directory. This will effectively reduce time to finding resolutions by teaching support staff key skills to effectively diagnose critical problems. TARGET AUDIENCE Attendees should meet the following criteria: Senior or top-level IT staff possessing at a minimum MCSE-level certification in Microsoft Windows 2003 and/or MCITP in Windows Operating-environment infrastructure architects with a solid understanding of AD. Windows 2000/2003 Server administrators with solid understanding of AD. Escalation support staff (top-tier only) BUSINESS NEEDS After completing this course, students will be able to understand: The dependencies of Active Directory on DNS, and how to troubleshoot and diagnose DNS issues, including Windows Server 2008 RODC features. The processes supporting directory replication and troubleshooting. Diagnose and correct common FRS and DFSR problems that lead to Sysvol replication issues. How to identify and troubleshoot key Active Directory performance issues. How to identify Client Logon Authentication problems such as Tokensize. BENEFITS Incoming Assessment to baseline knowledge. It is important for students to get feedback on how much they have learned during the WorkshopPLUS course. To accomplish that end, the Incoming Assessment measures what students know at the beginning of the course. This 25-question assessment was developed by a team of subject matter experts at Microsoft. Outgoing Assessment to measure knowledge transfer. Students like to know how much they learned as a result of the training. At the end of the WorkshopPLUS course, students compare their Incoming and Outgoing results. In addition, the instructor reviews the questions and discusses the answers in detail to ensure that students understand the concepts. (Note: Individual results of the Incoming and Outgoing Assessment are not provided to management.) Action Planning Exercises to take workshop-acquired knowledge and apply them to the workplace. Applying new knowledge to the real world is key to getting the most value out of your training budget. The purpose of the Action Planning Exercises is to identify key problems or proactive opportunities in your workplace and then to use the skills learned in this course to develop real-world action plans. SYLLABUS Module 1: Active Directory Troubleshooting Process & Active Directory Fundamentals. Introduces the Troubleshooting Methodology. The module identifies the components involved in troubleshooting AD and the potential Business Impact of issues within your environment. It introduces some of the concepts on which AD is based, including LDAP basics and the logical and physical structure of the AD database. Module 2: Troubleshooting Critical Services and Flexible Single Master Scenarios. Introduces students to the Active Directory Critical services. The module covers FSMO roles and key troubleshooting scenarios. Module 3: DNS Concepts and Troubleshooting. Explains why AD is reliant on DNS and covers what AD administrators need to know about how AD uses DNS including the symptoms, causes, and resolution to DNS problems. It also covers Windows 2008 RODC DNS functionality and Global Name Zones. Module 4: Client Logon and Authentication. Guides students through common logon scenarios for client logon and authentication issues, including Secure Channel, Kerberos, and Tokensize problems. The module also covers auditing AD and delegation of administration. Module 5: Replication. Focuses on the mechanics by which directory changes are transferred among domain controllers, A wide range of troubleshooting scenarios are discussed along with solutions. The module builds on the troubleshooting tools covered in previous modules. RODC replication and troubleshooting are explained. There is an in-depth discussion of common issues with USN Rollback, Lingering Objects, Secure Channels and trusts. 50

11 Windows Server 2008 Directory Services Workshop Windows Server days The Windows Server 2008 Directory Services workshop provides participants with a practical introduction to the key new features of Active Directory in Windows Server Very much a hands-on experience, attendees will have ample opportunity to try the new features for them-selves and look at new tools for troubleshooting. IT staff responsible for administration of Windows Server 2008 Active Directory. Organisations who wish to learn about new Active Directory features in Windows Server 2008 and troubleshooting techniques for a successful deployment. Understand key new Active Directory features in Windows Server 2008 Learn about Read-Only domain controllers Understand new branch office design considerations Understand and install Server Core for Active Directory Implement DFSR for SYSVOL Learn about new auditing features Understand new features for backup and recovery Troubleshoot key issues in Windows Server 2008 Active Directory SYLLABUS: Module 1: Introducing Windows Server 2008 Learn about new features in Windows Server 2008 including server manager and RSAT tools. Module 2: Active Directory Installation (DCPROMO) Preparing Active Directory for Windows Server 2008 including installation, functional levels, adprep and dcpromo. Module 3: Implementing and Troubleshooting DNS Understand DNS server role enhancements, deploying global name zones, domain controller discovery, troubleshooting techniques and windows firewall with advanced security. Module 4: Implementing Read Only Domain Controllers Learn about new RODC features, implementing RODC in a branch office environment, RODC replication, RODC authentication and client operations. Module 5: Server Core New Server Core features, deploying and managing server core along with Active Directory installation. Module 6: Directory Services Auditing Changes Directory services auditing features and new global audit policy. Module 7: Distributed File System and Replication Understand new DFS and DFSR changes which can benefit your organisation. Module 8: SYSVOL Migration Understand how to prepare for SYSVOL migration to DFSR, migration procedure, validating SYSVOL health and troubleshooting. Module 9: Group Policy Enhancements and FGPP Learn about new group policy changes and enhancements including group policy preferences along with new FGPP features. Module 10: Windows Server Backup (WBAdmin) Learn about new Windows Server Backup features, system state backup changes and mounting an Active Directory database offline with new snapshot feature. PRE-REQUISITES: Attendees should be experienced users of Active Directory in previous versions. Ideally, they will have Windows administration experience and will be comfortable using and troubleshooting Active Directory from past experience. No previous Windows Server 2008 experience is required. 51

12 Windows Server 2008 R2 Directory Services Workshop Windows Server day This course describes new Directory Services features, functions, and deployment included in the Windows Server 2008 R2 operating system family. Information gained from this training will allow Active Directory administrators and other IT professionals to understand and deploy the new Directory Services features in Windows Server 2008 R2. This workshop is designed and intended for Networking and IT professionals. Organisations who wish to learn about new Active Directory features in Windows Server 2008 R2 and troubleshooting techniques for a successful deployment. Gain exposure to the new Directory Services features in Windows Server 2008 R2 Understand what it takes to deploy and support these features Get hands on practice deploying Active Directory Domain Services new features SYLLABUS: Module 1: Introducing Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2008 R2 editions Overview of new features in Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2008 R2 System Requirements Upgrading to Windows Server 2008 R2 Module 2:Upgrading Windows Server 2008 R2 Active Directory Web Services How to prepare a forest for Windows Server 2008 R2 Active Directory How to extend the schema to Windows Server 2008 R2 New functionality with Windows server 2008 R2 forest and domains Module 3: Active Directory Administrative Centre and Active Directory Web Services Introduction to Active Directory Administrative Centre Active Directory Administrative Centre Features and Usage Scenarios Active Directory Architectural Changes Introduction to Active Directory Web Services Module 4: Active Directory PowerShell and Active Directory Best Practices Analyzer Introduction to Active Directory and Group Policy PowerShell Active Directory PowerShell Features Installing and working with Active Directory Best Practices Analyzer Module 5: Offline Domain Join Introduction to Offline Domain Join feature Requirements to use Offline Join Step to perform Offline Domain Join Module 6: DFSR Read Only Replicas and DFSR Cluster Support Describing new DFSR Read Only Functionality Setting up DFSR Read Only replicas DFSR Cluster Support DFSR Troubleshooting Tools Improvements Module 7: Authentication Enhancement Introduction to NTLM Blocker Changes in NTLM for Windows Server 2008 R2 Describing changes to support Kerberos encryption types Extended protection for authentication Forest search order policies Module 8: Managed Service Accounts Introduction to Managed Service Accounts Capabilities and limitations Describing how to install and setup managed service accounts Module 9: Active Directory Recycle Bin Introduction to Active Directory Recycle Bin Requirements to using Active Directory Recycle Bin Active Directory object Lifecycle Changes How to recover deleted object using Active Directory Recycle Bin New audit event and categories Module 10: Change t Security Auditing New audit event and categories. PRE-REQUISITES: Attendees should be experienced users of Active Directory in previous versions. Ideally, they will have Windows administration experience and will be comfortable using and troubleshooting Active Directory from past experience. No previous Windows Server 2008 R2 experience is required. 52

13 3 Workshops 3.2 Windows Platform Deploying Windows 7 using System Centre Configuration Manager 2007 Deploying and Troubleshooting WSUS 3.0 SP2 Network Monitoring 3 Performance Monitoring VitalSigns WorkshopPLUS Windows 7 Essentials Windows PowerShell version scripting language workshop for beginners Windows PowerShell version Advanced Topics Windows PowerShell version 2.0-upgade workshop for PowerShell v1 users Windows PowerShell Scripting for the IT Administrator WorkshopPLUS Windows Server 2008: Deploying and Managing Failover Cluster WorkshopPLUS 53

14 Deploying Windows 7 using System Center Configuration Manager 2007 ConfigMgr Days This instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to deploy Windows 7 Operating System using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 (ConfigMgr). An integration with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 (MDT) is included. Students will learn how to configure ConfigMgr components and how to create and customize objects for a successful Operating System Deployment. This course is intended for ConfigMgr 2007 Administrators who are responsible for rolling out Windows 7 operating system. Ideally the audience has one to three years of experience supporting multiple desktop and server computers running Microsoft Windows in medium to large enterprise organizations using SMS 2003 or ConfigMgr General Windows Operating system knowledge is required. Organizations that are looking to gain additional benefits by leveraging the basic and advanced features of ConfigMgr 2007 R3 Operating System Deployment and MDT features. After completing this workshop, you will understand the advanced features of ConfigMgr 2007 and how to install, configure and manage all or some of these areas: Software Distribution Reporting ConfigMgr Site Systems Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 integration Software Update Management Modena integration Operating System Deployment R3 OSD Features Multicast Deployment SYLLABUS: The workshop consists of 7 modules covering the key features of ConfigMgr OSD including MDT integration. This workshop includes mostly hands-on lab sessions with an accompanying lab manual. Workshop course outline: Overview Configuring Site Systems Creating Reference Machine Deploy Windows 7 Customization Upgrade to Windows 7 from Windows XP Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 Integration User Driven Interface Multicast Deployments R3 OSD Features PRE-REQUISITES: Participants need to have sound knowledge and experience with SMS 2003 or ConfigMgr 2007 administration, concepts and process flows. Classroom machines need at least 8GB of RAM, Hyper-V and preferably 2 physical hard disks. Maximum number of participants is 8. 54

15 Deploying and Troubleshooting WSUS 3.0 SP2 Windows Server 2 Days 200 WSUS is the free, on-premise platform and solution that helps organizations to deploy updates to Windows clients and servers and Microsoft applications running on those computers. WSUS is a key tool to manage an organizations on-going update compliance of computers. TARGET AUDIENCE To maximize the value of the training and allow maximum interactions, this workshop class size is limited to 16 participants This 2 day delivery is aimed at system administrators of Windows Server. Participants should be certified Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers or Microsoft Certified IT Pro on Microsoft Windows Server. Experience of around 3 years in administering enterprise-wide servers or workstations in an enterprise context will be an advantage. BUSINESS NEEDS The Deploying and Troubleshooting WSUS workshop will give you an in-depth knowledge of WSUS architecture, the platform and deployment options. This will allow you to install updates efficiently, safely and to help you troubleshoot WSUS clients and servers. BENEFITS After this offering is completed, you will be benefit in the following: Gain confidence through hands-on labs in deploying WSUS in complex scenarios Learn how to setup approvals and classifications to get the results you expect Understand how to troubleshoot failed updates orsyncronisations See the underlying WSUS deployment protocols at work Repair and maintain a mature WSUS deployment Apply deployment and management best practices Adopt the Microsoft Premier Support methods to troubleshoot the platform components of NAP SYLLABUS Introduction to Updates and Patching: Understand how updates have installed on Windows through the ages and what the difference is between important and critical WSUS Components: step though all of the moving parts of WSUS on the server and clients; IIS, SQL, BITS, DCOM, NTFS, BITS P Installing and Upgrading WSUS Servers: walk through the installation options, defining hierarchies and tackle common issues Configuring WSUS Servers and Clients: WSUS can be a bandwidth saver but, if improperly configured, becomes an update blocker or filter P Managing and Monitoring: An advanced topic covering offline/secure scenarios, health status and many seldom seen tricks P Maintaining WSUS: Make SQL your friend again, what do when disk space is low P Troubleshooting: Learn how to tame BITS, complex proxy situations, and mastering the log files P Processes and Procedures: You can t update if you can t restart, and clusters aren t supposed to restart. Real-world advice you can use. 55

16 Network Monitor 3 Network Monitor 2 Days 200 The Microsoft Network Monitor 3.1 Tools, Protocol Analysis and Techniques online Workshop is designed for the IT organization that wants to understand, optimize, and put better processes and tools in place to maximize network reliability and performance. The information provided in this workshop is a combination of: tools training, protocol analysis and best practices that have been compiled from both the Microsoft Windows Group and Microsoft Services Premier Support. Participants in this workshop should be IT staff who administer large enterprise IT environments and possess a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineers-level certification in the Microsoft Windows Server operating system with at least three years of experience architecting or administering enterprise IT environments running Windows Server. Participants in this workshop are typically: Operating environment infrastructure architects Network infrastructure architects Windows Server administrators Exchange / SQL administrators Escalation support staff (top-tier only) Workshop participants will be introduced to the Network Monitor protocol analyzers (Netmon 3, NMCap) and will get a thorough overview of topics such as: Analysis of Network traffic generated by Microsoft products In-depth Network traffic / protocol analysis (including wireless traffic with Vista) Troubleshooting techniques (Parallel tracing, using NMCAP, Building Filters, (New Netmon Parser Language) This workshop provides participants with the skills and techniques that will help enable them implement processes and use tools to help realize the following in their production environment: Help reduce mean time to failure by base-lining and capacity planning. Increase under the covers product knowledge for better more precise troubleshooting with all network aware products Help reduce mean time to resolution by enabling IT staff to provide Microsoft Services Premier Support personnel with a network trace Help reduce mean time to restoration by using best practices such as maintaining a repository server Help reduce recurring outages by quickly identifying unique problems and being prepared to quickly identify and isolate problems SYLLABUS: The following is a brief look at some of the sections that make up this workshop (this is not an all-inclusive list of the course content): Capturing traffic (Wired and Wireless with Vista); Filtering (both capture and display filters); Traffic analysis, Using NMcap In addition, the following protocols dissected and examined in-depth: TCP, UDP, ARP, ICMP, IP, RPC, NETBT, SMB, Kerberos, HTTP The Following Processes are Dissected: Name Resolution; MAC Address Resolution; TCP Session establishment and analysis; SMB Sessions MSRPC traffic analysis 56

17 Performance Monitor: Monitoring VitalSigns WorkshopPLUS Windows Server day The Performance Monitor: Monitoring Vital Signs 3-day WorkshopPLUS course provides participants with the skills necessary to properly analyze and troubleshoot the overall health of the Windows server. This course reviews key performance counters that validate operating system and hardware health. Upon successful completion of this workshop, participants will understand how to use Performance Monitor, Server Performance Advisor, and Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor, and will be able to analyze environments running Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, and Windows XP/Vista/7. The course provides multiple real-world examples of troubleshooting performance issues with Active Directory, Internet Information Services, Exchange Server, and SQL Server. This workshop contains 200- content. Please review the target-audience information and contact your Microsoft Services representative to ensure that this workshop is appropriate to the student s experience and technical expertise. To ensure the high-quality knowledge transfer expected by the attendees of this 3-day workshop, class size is limited to a maximum of 16 students and is targeted at IT professional staff with at least 2-3 years of experience with Windows Server 2003/2008 or Windows XP/Vista/7. The Performance Monitor: Monitoring Vital Signs workshop provides participants with skills and techniques to help them perform the following tasks: Use the key counters to analyze the most common performance issues. Apply concepts learned in the class to real-world scenarios. Use new features in Performance Monitor introduced in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista. Incoming Assessment to baseline knowledge Action Planning Exercises to take workshop-acquired knowledge and apply them in the workplace Outgoing Assessment to measure knowledge transfer SYLLABUS/DELIVERABLES: This workshop runs a FULL 3 days. Students should anticipate consistent start and end times for each day. Early departure on any day is not recommended. Incoming Assessment. Students take a 25-question assessment that measures their baseline knowledge. Module 1: Performance Monitor Introduction and Optimization. This module provides an introduction to Perfmon, including basic use and analysis techniques. Module 2: Analyzing Disk Storage Performance. This module provides an overview of storage and recommended counters for analyzing storage issues. It includes several real-world examples. Module 3: Analyzing Kernel Memory Performance. This module provides an overview of kernel mode memory and recommended counters for analyzing kernel memory performance. It includes several real-world examples 57

18 Windows 7 Essentials Windows 7 3 Days 200- Windows 7 Essentials provides participants with a comprehensive introduction to a wide range of the new and improved features introduced to Windows since Windows XP. A hands-on experience, attendees will have ample opportunity to see demonstrations and try the new features for themselves. The workshop is for anyone who wants a better technical understanding of the new and improved features in Windows 7, and the benefits these can bring to their organisation. The content is particularly relevant to system Administrators and support personnel. Ideal for organisations who are looking to move their desktops to Windows 7 and needs a solid understanding of the benefits Windows 7 offers over Windows XP. After completing this course, participants will be able to: Identify new features of Windows 7 Identify differences between Windows 7 and previous Windows versions. Understand the new security features of Windows 7 Employ new and improved management features Understand Windows 7 Troubleshooting tools Assess the performance and health of a Windows 7 system Understand key deployment tools in the WAIK SYLLABUS/DELIVERABLES: ivity and User Experience: Windows Editions, User Interface Changes, IE enhancements. Security: Mandatory Integrity Control, User Access Control, BitLocker to go, Applocker, Windows Firewall and enhanced Auditing. Device Support: Device Management and Wireless networking. Manageability and Remote Access: Group Policy and Preferences, Direct Access, Windows XP Mode and Branch Cache. Deployment: Windows Imaging, Windows PE and Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK) Performance: Enhancements in Windows 7, Ready Boost, Power Management, Start-up and Shutdown enhancements. Troubleshooting Tools: Event Viewer, Action centre, Windows troubleshooting platform and Windows RE. Consumer Features: Home Group, Windows Media Player, Windows tablet PC. PRE-REQUISITES: Participants should be experienced users of previous Windows versions. Ideally, they will have Windows administration experience and will be comfortable using Windows management tools and have familiarity with topics such as User Rights, System Performance, Event Logging, Group Policy and similar concepts. No previous Windows Vista or Windows 7 experience is required. Note: Although not required, participants will gain more from some of the practical exercises if they bring along a USB drive with at least 256 Mb of free space. 58

19 Windows PowerShell version 2.0 scripting language workshop for beginners PowerShell version 2 3 days Administrators and programmers with no knowledge of PowerShell version 1 or version 2, who want to gain deep knowledge of those PowerShell scripting language areas, which are required to effectively start to use this scripting technology. The content of this introductory workshop is designed to cover on the expert level all features and capabilities of PowerShell version 2 scripting language that are required to effectively: use the PowerShell to manage any technology supporting Windows PowerShell through own set of cmdlets and/or a provider use the PowerShell to manage technologies that don t support PowerShell directly but can be managed through classes that are part of.net framework compose PowerShell scripts in order to automate arbitrary administrative task convert existing vbscript or javascript code into PowerShell scripts See syllabus for complete list of topics covered by this workshop. After completion of this workshop students will be able to understand and effectively use many PowerShell v2 features and capabilities, namely: More than 80 PowerShell cmdlets Generic concept of PowerShell provider and drive that can be immediately utilized when managing through PowerShell technologies such as Active Directory on Windows 2008 R2 domain controller, SQL 2008 server, IIS 7 and many other Integration with.net framework and COM technologies All language constructs (decision statements, loops, functions, script blocks) that are needed to create optimal PowerShell code Error handling PowerShell remoting that can be used to manage simultaneously one or more remote systems The workshop courseware is provided in both printed and electronic form and is intended to be used by students later after the course completion as a graphical quick reference guide (both for PowerShell scripting language and PowerShell cmdlets). SYLLABUS: Module 1: PowerShell version 2.0 overview Module 2: PowerShell technology usage Module 3: PowerShell commands Module 4: PowerShell providers and drives Module 5: Working with basic types of hierarchical repositories supported by PowerShell providers Module 6: Objects in Windows PowerShell Module 7: PowerShell variables Module 8: PowerShell pipeline Module 9: PowerShell,.Net integration and common data type system, COM integration Module 10: Using basic syntactical language constructs Module 11: Arrays Module 12: Working with functions and script blocks Module 13: Using PowerShell v2 remoting capabilities Module 14: Error handling Module 15: Working with textual files Module 16: Working with strings PRE-REQUISITES: No prerequisites are required to attend this course but previous programming experience in any scripting or programming language is an advantage. 59

20 Windows PowerShell version 2.0 Advanced Topics PowerShell version 2 3 days 400 Administrators and programmers currently using the PowerShell v2, who want to extend their knowledge of PowerShell technology in order to become true PowerShell v2 experts. Completion of Windows PowerShell version 2.0 scripting language workshop for beginners or PowerShell knowledge corresponding to this workshop is required (see requirements in prerequisites section). The workshop content is designed to cover those advanced features and capabilities provided by PowerShell version 2 scripting technology that are not mentioned in Windows PowerShell version 2.0 scripting language workshop for beginners workshop: he first part of the workshop (i.e. Module 1 2) provides brief overview of all advanced PowerShell v2 features, contains detailed description of new set of cmdlets for computer management and the extended description of two methods how to add new sets of cmdlets and providers to the PowerShell environment. The second part of the workshop (i.e. Module 3 5) is focused on advanced PowerShell v2 scripting and debugging capabilities. The third part of the workshop (i.e. Module 6 7) covers PowerShell v2 remoting technology and background jobs topic. Information provided about remoting PowerShell technology in introductory workshop will be further extended. Both session management and management of remoting technologies will be provided. The fourth part of the workshop (i.e. Module 8 9) is focused on working with events and working with the Windows Management Instrumentation technology. In both cases theoretical introduction will be provided, and then usage of these technologies through the PowerShell will be described. In case of WMI technology the instructions how to find out which WMI class to use and how to use the MSDN documentation for selected WMI class will be provided. Remaining chapters (i.e. Modules 10 12) cover advanced topics like the extension of.net framework classes, construction of custom classes and accessing Win32 APIs in order to execute operations that are not available through PowerShell cmdlets,.net classes or COM components. Last topic deals with transactions and transactional code. See syllabus for complete list of topics covered by this workshop. After completion of this workshop students will be able to effectively use all advanced PowerShell v2 features and capabilities, namely: More than 60 new cmdlets; Advanced scripting capabilities PowerShell v2 remoting and management of remoting related technologies; Events Cmdlets for working with WMI; Custom classes; Directly call Win32 functions; transactions The workshop courseware is provided in both printed and electronic form and is intended to be used by students later after the course completion as a graphical quick reference guide (both for PowerShell scripting language and PowerShell cmdlets). SYLLABUS: Module 1: PowerShell version 2.0 Advanced topics overview Module 2: PowerShell modules and snapins Module 3: Writing PowerShell scripts - advanced topics Module 4: Implementing PowerShell functions advanced features Module 5: Debugging scripts with Windows PowerShell v2 Module 6: PowerShell Remoting Module 7: Background jobs Module 8 Working with events Module 9: Working with WMI Module 10: Working with classes advanced topics Module 11: Accessing Win32 APIs Module 12: Using transactions PRE-REQUISITES: Completion of Windows PowerShell version 2.0 scripting language workshop for beginners or knowledge of PowerShell technology corresponding to this workshop is required: Ability to use basic *-item and *-itemproperty cmdlets Ability to use pipeline processing and formatting cmdlets (*-object, format-*) Working with basic data types (numeric, strings, arrays) and related operators Working with PowerShell variables Ability to use basic PowerShell language constructs (conditional statements, looping statements) Ability to create and use PowerShell functions and script blocks Ability to implement error control using $?, $Error, $LastExitCode variables 60

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