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70-220 ALS Designing Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Network Security Package

70-220 ALS Designing Microsoft® Windows® 2000 Network Security Package

Microsoft Official Academic Course

ISBN: 978-0-470-06578-5

Aug 2001

998 pages

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Description

This official MCSE TRAINING KIT teaches IT professionals how to design network security solutions in Windows 2000 as they prepare for MCP Exam 70-220, a core elective on the new Windows 2000 MCSE track. The kit balances conceptual information with practical application: students learn through an integrated system of skill-building tutorials, case study examples, and self-assessment tools. Topics map directly to the objectives measured by the MCP exam, including analyzing business requirements for security; evaluating the technical environment; analyzing security requirements; planning a Windows 2000 network security solution; designing secure access between networks; and designing security for communications channels. Business scenario examples help students apply the concepts they learn to real-world work situations. An economical alternative to classroom instruction, this MCSE TRAINING KIT enables students to set their own pace and learn by doing!

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About This Book.

Intended Audience.

Prerequisites.

Reference Materials.

About the Supplemental Course Materials CD-ROM.

Features of This Book.

Chapter and Appendix Overview.

Getting Started.

About the Online Book .

Sample Readiness Review Questions.

The Microsoft Certified Professional Program.

Technical Support.

Chapter 1: Introduction to Microsoft Windows 2000 Security.

Chapter Scenario: Lucerne Publishing.

Lesson 1: Microsoft Windows 2000 Security Services Overview.

Lesson 2: Designing Security Business Requirements.

Lesson 3: Designing Security to Meet Technical Requirements.

Chapter 2: Designing Active Directory for Security.

Chapter Scenario: Wide World Importers .

Lesson 1: Designing Your Forest Structure.

Lesson 2: Designing Your Domain Structure.

Lesson 3: Designing an OU Structure.

Lesson 4: Designing an Audit Strategy.

Activity: Designing an Audit Strategy.

Lab 2-1: Designing Active Directory for Security.

Chapter 3: Designing Authentication for a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network.

Chapter Scenario: Market Florist.

Lesson 1: Designing Authentication in a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network.

Lesson 2: Designing Kerberos Authentication.

Lesson 3: NTLM Authentication.

Lesson 4: Authenticating Down-Level Clients.

Lesson 5: Planning Server Placement for Authentication.

Activity: Analyzing Authentication Network Infrastructure.

Lab 3-1: Designing Authentication for the Network.

Chapter 4: Planning a Microsoft Windows 2000 Administrative Structure.

Chapter Scenario: Hanson Brothers.

Lesson 1: Planning Administrative Group Membership.

Lesson 2: Securing Administrative Access to the Network.

Activity: Administering the Network.

Lab 4-1: Designing Administration for a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network.

Chapter 5: Designing Group Security.

Chapter Scenario: Hanson Brothers.

Lesson 1: Designing Microsoft Windows 2000 Security Groups.

Activity: Reviewing Group Memberships.

Lesson 2: Designing User Rights.

Lab 5-1: Designing Security Groups and User Rights.

Chapter 6: Securing File Resources.

Chapter Scenario: Wide World Importers.

Lesson 1: Securing Access to File Resources.

Activity: Evaluating Permissions.

Lesson 2: Securing Access to Print Resources.

Lesson 3: Planning EFS Security.

Lab 6-1: Securing File and Print Resources.

Chapter 7: Designing Group Policy.

Chapter Scenario: Wide World Importers.

Lesson 1: Planning Deployment of Group Policy.

Lesson 2: Troubleshooting Group Policy.

Activity: Troubleshooting Group Policy Application.

Lab 7-1: Planning Group Policy Deployment.

Chapter 8: Securing Microsoft Windows 2000-Based Computers.

Chapter Scenario: Market Florist.

Lesson 1: Planning Microsoft Windows 2000 Security Templates.

Activity: Evaluating a Security Template.

Lesson 2: Analyzing Security Settings with Security Configuration and Analysis.

Lesson 3: Planning the Deployment of Security by Using Security Templates.

Lab 8-1: Planning Security Templates.

Chapter 9: Designing Microsoft Windows 2000 Services Security.

Chapter Scenario: Lucerne Publishing.

Lesson 1: Designing DNS Security.

Activity: Designing DNS for Internal and External Use.

Lesson 2: Designing DHCP Security.

Lesson 3: Designing RIS Security.

Lesson 4: Designing SNMP Security.

Lesson 5: Designing Terminal Services Security.

Lab 9-1: Planning Security for Network Services.

Chapter 10: Planning a Public Key Infrastructure.

Chapter Scenario: Blue Yonder Airlines.

Lesson 1: Planning a Certification Authority Hierarchy.

Lesson 2: Managing Certification Authorities.

Activity: Planning Certificate Renewal Settings.

Lesson 3: Using Certificates for Authentication.

Lab 10-1: Planning a PKI Deployment.

Chapter 11: Securing Data at the Application Layer.

Chapter Scenario: Fabrikam Inc.

Lesson 1: Planning Authenticity and Integrity of Transmitted Data.

Lesson 2: Planning Encryption of Transmitted Data.

Activity: Determining Key Usage.

Lab 11-1: Providing Application-Layer Security for Contoso Ltd.

Chapter 12: Securing Data with Internet Protocol Security (IPSec).

Chapter Scenario: Fabrikam Inc.

Lesson 1: Designing IPSec Policies.

Activity: Evaluating IPSec Scenarios.

Lesson 2: Planning IPSec Deployment.

Lab 12-1: Designing IPSec Security.

Chapter 13: Securing Access for Remote Users and Networks.

Chapter Scenario: Hanson Brothers.

Lesson 1: Planning Remote Access Security.

Lesson 2: Designing Remote Access Security for Users.

Lesson 3: Designing Remote Access Security for Networks.

Lesson 4: Designing Remote Access Policy.

Activity: Designing Remote Access Policy.

Lesson 5: Planning RADIUS Security.

Lab 13-1: Designing Security for Remote Access Users.

Chapter 14: Securing an Extranet.

Chapter Scenario: Market Florist.

Lesson 1: Identifying Common Firewall Strategies.

Activity: Identifying Firewall Features.

Lesson 2: Securing Internet-Accessible Resources in a DMZ.

Lesson 3: Securing Data Flow Through a DMZ.

Lab 14-1: Designing Firewall Rules.

Chapter 15: Securing Internet Access.

Chapter Scenario: Wide World Importers.

Lesson 1: Designing an Internet Acceptable Use Policy.

Lesson 2: Securing Access to the Internet by Private Network Users.

Activity: Identifying Security Design Risks.

Lesson 3: Restricting Access to Content on the Internet.

Lesson 4: Auditing Internet Access.

Lab 15-1: Designing Secure Internet Access.

Chapter 16: Securing Access in a Heterogeneous Network Environment.

Chapter Scenario: Blue Yonder Airlines.

Lesson 1: Providing Interoperability Between Windows 2000 and Heterogeneous Networks.

Lesson 2: Securing Authentication in a Heterogeneous Network.

Activity: Identifying Authentication Risks in a Heterogeneous Network Environment.

Lesson 3: Designing Directory Synchronization and Integration.

Lesson 4: Securing Access to Windows 2000 Resources.

Lesson 5: Securing Windows 2000 User Access to Heterogeneous Networks.

Lab 16-1: Securing Heterogeneous Clients.

Chapter 17: Designing a Security Plan.

Chapter Scenario: Fabrikam Inc.

Lesson 1: Defining a Security Policy.

Lesson 2: Developing a Security Plan.

Lesson 3: Maintaining a Security Plan.

Appendix: Answers.

Index.

  • Competency Based: Emphasizes learning by doing. The book contains exercises designed to give students plenty of opportunity to practice the skills needed to set up a secure and reliable network infrastructure. Included in the book is a 120-Day Evaluation copy of Windows 2000 Server that enables the student to install the software on a home PC to complete the in-text exercises. A lab manual with exercises designed for networked classroom labs is shrink-wrapped with the book.
  • Complete Learning Program: Delivers everything the student needs to learn how to do the job and prepare for the MCP exam # 70-220. Written in a clear and straightforward manner, the textbook contains numerous learning aids designed to help the student master the material:
  • Tips explaining possible results or alternative methods
  • Important notations with information that is essential to completing a task
  • Notes containing supplemental information
  • Cautions containing warnings about potential problems to look out for
  • Complete Instructor Support Program: Instructor CD accompanies the book with a complete set of teaching aids:
  • Model Course Description
  • Alternate course syllabi
  • Lecture outlines imbedded with teaching tips and suggestions for using PowerPoint slides
  • PowerPoint slides
  • Course pre-test
  • Test bank containing true false, multiple choice, short answer and scenario based question