Make the right design decisions to protect your business network—and prepare for the Microsoft® Certified Professional (MCP) exam—with this official Microsoft study guide. Work at your own pace through a system of case-study scenarios and tutorials to gain practical experience planning the security infrastructure for a Windows® 2000 network. As you build these real-world design skills, you’re also preparing for MCP Exam 70-220—a core credit on the Windows 2000 MCSE track.
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL LEARN:
Analyzing business requirements, including strategies, structures, and processes
Evaluating your company’s existing and planned technical environment
Identifying security risks and requirements and defining security baselines
Planning an authentication strategy and Public Key Infrastructure
Controlling access to resources using EFS, NTFS, security groups, and Group Policy
Designing security for Windows 2000 network services: DNS, Remote Installation Services (RIS), SNMP, and Terminal Services
Developing an IPSec data encryption scheme and management strategy
Providing secure connections for users of remote access services, VPNs, extranets, or the Internet
HERE’S WHAT’S INSIDE:
Comprehensive self-paced training manual that maps to MCP exam goals and objectives
Case study-based exercises that help you apply what you learn to the job
Summaries and end-of-chapter review questions to help gauge your progress
120-day evaluation version of Windows 2000 Advanced Server
All the book’s content—plus supplemental materials—on CD-ROM
NEW! Sample MCSE Readiness Review practice-test questions on line. See “About This Book” for details.
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