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Microsoft Certified IT professional (MCITP)
The Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) credential is the leading certification for Windows Server 2008. It provides widely recognized, objective validation of your ability to perform critical, current IT job roles by using Microsoft technologies to their best advantage.

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• Builds on a combination of Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) prerequisites, helping you develop your technical resumé with each step in your MCITP career path.

MCITP: Enterprise Administrator on Windows Server 2008 (5 Modules)

  • 70-620 (5115, 5116, 5347, 5354)
    Windows Vista, Configuring
  • 70–640 (6424, 6425, 6426) -
    Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring
  • 70-642 (6041) -
    Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring
  • 70-643 (6041) -
    Windows Server 2008 Application Infrastructure, Configuring
  • 70-647 (6435, 6436, 6437) -
    Windows Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator


70-620 (5115, 5116, 5347, 5354) – Windows Vista, Configuring:

Installing and Upgrading Windows Vista
How to Identify hardware requirements
Perform a clean installation
Upgrade to Windows Vista from previous versions
Upgrade from one edition of Windows Vista to another edition
Troubleshoot Windows Vista installation issues
Install and Configure Windows Vista drivers
Configuring and troubleshooting Post-installation system settings
Troubleshoot post-installation configuration issues
Configure and troubleshoot Windows Aero
Configure and troubleshoot parental control
Configure Microsoft Internet Explorer
Configuring Windows Security features
Configure and troubleshoot User account Control
Configure Windows Defender
Configure Dynamic Security for Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
Configure Security settings in Windows Firewall
Configuring Network Connectivity
Configuring networking by using the Network and Sharing Center
Troubleshoot connectivity issues
Configure remote access
Configuring applications included with Windows Vista
Configure and troubleshoot media applications
Configure Windows mail
Configure Windows Meeting space
Configure Windows Calendar
Configure Windows Fax and Scan
Configure Windows Sidebar
Maintaining and optimizing systems that run Windows Vista
Troubleshoot performance issues
Troubleshoot reliability issues by using built-in diagnostic tools
Configure Windows update
Configure data protection
Configuring and troubleshooting mobile computing
Configure mobile display settings
Configure mobile devices
Configure Tablet PC software
Configure power options

70 – 640 (6424, 6425, 6426) – Windows Server 2008 Active Directory

Configuring:
Configuring DNS for Active Directory
Configuring zones
Configuring DNS server settings
Configuring zone transfer and Replication
Configuring the AD infrastructure
Configuring a forest or a domain
Configuring trusts
Configuring sites
Configuring AD replication
Configuring the global catalog
Configuring operation masters
Configuring additional AD server roles
Configuring AD Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS)
Configuring AD Rights Management Service (AD RMS)
Configuring read-only domain controller (RODC)
Configuring AD Federation Services (AD FS)
Configuring and maintaining AD objects
Automate creation of AD accounts
Maintain AD accounts
Create and apply Group Policy objects (GPOs)
Configure GPO templates
Configure software deployment GPOs
Configure account polices
Configure audit policy by using GPOs
Maintaining the AD environment
Configuring backup and recovery
Perform offline maintenance
Monitor AD
Configuring AD Certificate Services
Install AD Certificate Services
Configure CA server settings
Manage certificate templates
Manage Enrollments
Manage Certificate revocations

70-642 (6041) – Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring:

Configuring IP Addressing and Services
Configuring IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
Configuring Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
Configuring routing
Configuring IPsec
Configuring Name Resolution
Configuring DNS Server
Configuring DNS zones
Configuring DNS records
Configuring DNS replication
Configuring name resolution for client computers
Configuring Network Access
Configure remote access
Configure Network Access Protection (NAP)
Configure network authentication
Configure wireless access
Configure firewall settings
Configuring File and Print Services
Configure a file server
Configure Distributed File System (DFS)
Configure shadow copy services
Configure backup and restore
Manage Disk Quotas
Configure and monitor print services
Monitoring and Managing a Network Infrastructure
Configure Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server settings
Capture performance data
Monitor event logs
Gather network data

70-643 (6041) – Windows Server 2008 Application Infrastructure, Configuring:

Deploy Servers
Deploy images by using Windows Deployment Services
Configure Microsoft Windows Activation
Configure high availability
Configure storage
Configuring Terminal Services
Configure Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services RemoteApp (TS RemoteApp)
Configure Terminal Services Gateway
Configure Terminal Services load balancing
Configure and monitor Terminal Services resources
Configure Terminal Services Licensing
Configure Terminal Services client connections
Configure Terminal Services server options
Configuring a Web Services Infrastructure
Configure Web applications
Manage Web sites
Configure a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server
Configure Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
Manager Internet Information Services (IIS)
Configure SSL security
Configure Web site authentication and permissions
Configuring Network Application Services
Configure Windows Media Server
Configure Digital Rights Management (DRM)
Configure Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services server options
Configure Windows SharePoint Services e-mail integration.


70-647 (6435, 6436, 6437) – Windows Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator:

Planning Network and Application Services
Plan for name resolution and IP addressing
Design for network access
Plan for Terminal Services
Design Core Identity and Access Management Components
Design AD forests and domains
Design the AD physical topology
Design the AD administrative model
Design the enterprise-level group policy strategy
Designing Support Identity and Access Management Components
Plan for domain or forest migration, upgrade and restructuring
Design the branch office deployment
Design and implement public key infrastructure
Plan for interoperability
Design for Business Continuity and Data Availability
Plan for business continuity
Design for software updates and compliance management
Design the operating system virtualization strategy
Design for data management and data access

70-648 (covers 70-640 and 70-642) (6415, 6416)

Upgrading your MCSA on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008, TS
Configuring Network Access
Configure remote access
Configure Network Access Protection (NAP) components
Configure network authentication
Configure data transmission protocols
Configure wireless access
Configure certificate services
Configure DHCP
Configure IPv4 and IPv6
Configure routing
Configuring the Domain Name System (DNS)
Configure DNS
Configure zone resolution
Configure DNS client settings
Configure DHCP and WINS for DNS
Deploying Servers
Configure Windows Deployment Services (WDS)
Capture WDS images
Deploy WDS images
Configure Windows Activation
Create virtual computers
Configure virtual server settings
Install Windows Server Enterprise
Install Server core
Configuring Server roles
Implement server roles by using server manager
Configure AD LDS
Configure AD RMS
Configure the AD server role
Configure the read-only domain controller (RODC)
Configure AD certificates services and PKI
Configure AD Federation Services (AD FS)
Maintaining the Active Directory Environment
Configure backup and recovery
Perform offline maintenance
Configure custom application directory partitions
Configure AD DS auditing
Configure audit policy by using Group Policy objects (GPOs)
Monitor Active Directory
Configuring the Active Directory Infrastructure
Configure communication security for AD
Configure authentication

 

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