MCTS Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration Study Guide: Exam 70-642
For Instructors: Teaching supplements are available for this title.
Chapter 1: Understanding Windows Server 2008 Networking.
Chapter 2: TCP/IP.
Chapter 3: Domain Name System (DNS).
Chapter 4: Managing Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
Chapter 5: Managing Routing and Remote Access.
Chapter 6: Managing Remote Access Services.
Chapter 7: Managing Security for Remote Access Services.
Chapter 8: Managing File and Print Services.
Chapter 9: Monitoring and Managing a Network Infrastructure.
About the Companion CD.
After many successful years in the computer industry and a degree in computer programming, William Panek decided that he could better use his talents and his personality as an instructor. He started teaching for The Associates—instructing at such schools as Boston University, Clark University, and Globalnet, just to name a few. In 1998 William started Stellacon Corporation. Stellacon has become one of New England’s leading training companies. He brings years of real world expertise to the classroom and strives to ensure that each and every student has an understanding of the course material. Over his 10 years of teaching experience, William has helped thousands of students get certified.
Tylor Wentworth (MCP®, MCP+I, MCSA, MCSA W/SECURITY
& MESSAGING, MCSE – NT (4.0), MCSE – 2000 &
2003, MCSE W/SECURITY & MESSAGING, MCT, MCTS, CCNA, CCNP, BSEE,
FCC RF Licensed)
Tylor Wentworth is a member of the IEEE with membership in the standards committee. Tylor has been involved in computers and networking for over fifteen years. He has worked for large companies such as Computer Associates, Liberty Mutual, Time Warner, Fairpoint Communications, Enterasys, among many others. He has shared his networking knowledge and experience developing and delivering custom curriculum for numerous network infrastructure classes, recently completing VPN, Voice over IP, IPv6, and QoS. He delivers Microsoft Official Curriculum both publicly and privately on a regular basis. Tylor owned Intelligence Quest, a training company which merged with Stellacon Corporation and is now Director of Operations for Stellacon with training locations in Portsmouth and North Conway, New Hampshire as well as Dallas, Texas.
James Chellis, MCSE, has co-authored more than 30 IT certification titles in print. He is currently CEO of Comcourse, Inc., an online education provider.