Training Implementing and Administering Windows Small Business Server 2008 – 5 days

Class overview :

This five-day instructor-led M6445 course provides students with the knowledge and skills to plan, implement, and manage Windows Small Business Server 2008.

Class goals :

After completing this training course, students will be able to:

  • Install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008
  • Migrate to Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008
  • Configure Windows Small Business Server 2008 using the Windows
  • Small Business Server 2008 Console
  • Manage users and groups in Windows Small Business Server 2008
  • Manage messaging and collaboration in Windows Small Business Server 2008
  • Manage and monitor Windows Small Business Server 2008
  • Secure a Windows Small Business Server 2008 network
  • Expand a Windows Small Business Server 2008 network

Content of Implementing and Administering Windows Small Business Server 2008

Module 1: Plan and Design a Technology Solution for a Small Business

This module explains about the key new features of Small Business Server 2008 and how to create an IT roadmap for the small business using the Business and Technology Assessment Toolkit.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe small business technology challenges
  • Describe what makes Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 an ideal integrated solution
  • Differentiate between the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server Standard and Premium versions
  • Install the Microsoft Business and Technology Assessment Toolkit (BTAT)
  • Complete the BTAT business assessment templates
  • Configure options and updates for the BTAT
  • Manage a BTAT business assessment template
  • Describe the technology assessment, desktop deployment, and mobile readiness templates contained in the Microsoft BTAT
  • Create a custom BTAT technology template
  • Identify the best Microsoft technology solution

Module 2: Installing Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008

This module explains how to prepare the server for networking, install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 and configure the Internet connection

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Establish the background information needed to understand basic networking concepts
  • Provide groundwork for the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 installation, covering networking terminology and methodologies
  • Describe the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 minimum hardware requirements
  • Describe the key tasks required to prepare the server hardware for the Windows Small Business Server 2008 operating system installation
  • Describe the process of the operating system installation
  • Administer initial administrative tasks in the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 console and connect the server to the Internet.

Module 3: Managing a Microsoft Windows Small Business Server Environment

This module explains how to manage the Windows Small Business Server 2008 environment using the Windows SBS Console, how to manage Users and Groups, and how to configure user accounts.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the Windows SBS Console
  • Administer Windows Small Business Server 2008 using the task-based GUI in the Windows SBS Console
  • Create and manage user accounts in Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008
  • Administer specific user account properties
  • Configure access permissions and disk quota management
  • Describe user roles
  • Standardize common user properties using roles
  • Create and manage groups in Windows Small Business Server 2008
  • Describe group types and scopes

Module 4: Manage and Configure Messaging

This module explains how to manage user messaging, mobile device, Outlook and other settings using the Windows Small Business Server 2008 console and Exchange Management console. Students will learn to implement e-mail protection from spam and viruses.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Configure e-mail protocols using the Windows Small Business Server 2008 console
  • Configure the appropriate DNS routing records
  • Configure e-mail forwarding to specific recipients
  • Configure e-mail protection using the Exchange Server
  • Configure e-mail protection using Forefront Security Server for Exchange
  • Configure additional send and receive connectors in Exchange Server 2007 using the Exchange Management console
  • Configure mobile devices
  • Describe troubleshooting messaging issues
  • Identify tracking messages
  • Describe mailbox statistics
  • Configure OWA in Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008

Module 5: Manage and Configure Collaboration

This module explains how to manage the intranet site, create new SharePoint sites, install Web applications and modify and manage site settings.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Manage the preconfigured intranet site using administrative tasks in the Windows SBS 2008 console
  • Describe Windows SharePoint Services groups, user roles and permissions
  • Create a new SharePoint site using the central administration site
  • Configure and manage access to the SharePoint site
  • Administer the SharePoint site using central administration tasks
  • Customize the Windows SharePoint site using a Microsoft application template

Module 6: Add Client Computers and Devices to the Network

This module explains how to add client computers, printers and faxes to the Small Business Server 2008 network.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe joining a client computer to the Windows Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 network
  • Administer access to a client PC on the Windows Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 network
  • Describe performing the most commonly used administrative tasks for a client PC
  • Install a shared printer on the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 network
  • Configure a shared printer on the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 network
  • Install a fax device on the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 network

Module 7: Manage and Configure Remote Access

This module explains how to manage the commonly used tasks for establishing remote access to the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 network and its resources.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe how certificates work
  • Describe installing a self-signed certificate on the Windows Small Business Server 2008 server and client computer
  • Describe installing a self-signed certificate on a mobile device
  • Configure a virtual private network for users to access network resources from a remote computer
  • Administer the Windows Server Firewall
  • Configure ports for services and applications
  • Administer Remote Web Workplace
  • Configure user access to network resources using a Web browser

Module 8: Manage and Configure Security

This module explains the key security tasks and security best practice for managing the Windows Small Business Server 2008 environment.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Plan in-depth security for the Windows Small Business Server 2008 network
  • Configure distribution of updates and hotfixes for servers and computers on the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 network
  • Describe the key features of the Windows Small Business Server 2008 Best Practices Analyzer 2008
  • Configure a shared folder controlling user access permissions
  • Configure blocking unwanted content in the shared folder
  • Configure Windows Firewall with Advanced Security settings and rules for network security

Module 9: Manage Data Folders and Backup

This module explains how to manage server storage using administrative tasks in the Windows Small Business Server 2008 console. Students learn to plan and prepare for disasters and data recovery, and configure and administer backups.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Manage server storage by moving databases and data folders
  • Create a disaster recovery plan
  • Identify risks
  • Describe business continuity considerations
  • Implement Disaster Recovery strategies
  • Describe testing and reviewing a Disaster Recovery plan
  • Configure protection of the operating system and application data using the Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 backup wizard
  • Configure backup media and schedule
  • Configure protection of individual server applications using standard tools
  • Describe business critical data and prioritizing data sets for backup
  • Recover a failed Windows Small Business Server 2008 server

Module 10: Monitoring and Maintaining System and Services Availability

This module explains how to maintain the Windows Small Business Server 2008 using native maintenance and reporting tools and utilities.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 reporting
  • Administer monitoring and reporting in SBS
  • Describe the ability of Microsoft Windows Reliability and Performance monitor to examine how programs affect your computer’s performance
  • Describe monitoring system performance in real time and by collecting log data for later analysis
  • Configure hard disks, volumes and partitions in Windows Small Business Server 2008 using the disk management utility
  • Perform most disk-related tasks without restarting the system
  • Create and manage point-in-time copies of files that are located in shared resources
  • Describe how to recover previous versions of files

Module 11: Migrating from Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003

This module explains how to migrate from Windows Small Business Server 2003 and Windows Server 2003 to Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Prepare the source server
  • Back up the source server
  • Verify network connection
  • Raise the functional level in Active Directory
  • Evaluate server health
  • Install service packs
  • Plan LOB application migration
  • Apply the Migration Preparation Tool
  • Review the File Migration Wizard
  • Create a migration answer file
  • Collect information
  • Run the answer file generator
  • Copy the answer file to the target server
  • Install Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2008 in migration mode
  • Migrate settings and data
  • Run the migration wizard
  • Demote the source server
  • Troubleshoot migration issues

Module 12: Managing Comprehensive Line-of-business Products

This module explains how to integrate comprehensive line-of-business applications with the existing IT infrastructure.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe Forefront comprehensive security portfolio
  • Describe Forefront Client Security
  • Describe Forefront Security for Exchange
  • Describe Intelligent Application Gateway
  • Provide a comprehensive product line that protects information
  • Describe Windows Live One Care for Server
  • Describe real-time integrated anti-malware protection
  • Describe Office Live Workspaces
  • Describe Office Live public facing Web site

Module 13: Deploying Additional Servers

This module explains how to expand the Windows Small Business Server 2008 network and configure server roles and applications, including premium applications on the additional Windows Servers.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Install and configure Windows Server 2008 on the SBS 2008 network
  • Identify improvements in Windows Server 2008
  • Perform initial configuration tasks
  • Identify supported server roles in SBS 2008
  • Describe server management options
  • Install SQL Server on a second server in the Windows Small Business Server 2008 network
  • Manage SQL Server on the Windows Small Business Server 2008 network
  • Configure Terminal Services for remote access to shared applications
  • Configure a Web access point
  • Configure a virtualized server computing environment
  • Improve efficiency of your computing resources
  • Describe licensing options in Windows Small Business Server 2008
  • Manage licenses in Windows Small Business Server 2008

Module 14: Advanced Topics and Troubleshooting

This module explains how to use native Windows tools and utilities to configure technologies that help protect the computer from unwanted traffic, and administer and troubleshoot the Windows Server 2008 from the command line.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Describe the key difference in the Advanced Mode Windows Small Business Server 2008 console
  • Administer Windows Small Business Server 2008 using the Advance Mode SBS console
  • Administer the Windows Small Business Server 2008 Console
  • Administer SBS 2008 Server Applications
  • Describe the key features of Windows PowerShell
  • Administer the Windows Small Business Server 2008 network using Windows PowerShell commands
  • Describe moving data in SBS 2008 using PowerShell
  • Describe IIS 7.0 and its role
  • Perform common administrative tasks for administering IIS 7.0
  • Troubleshooting DNS
  • Troubleshooting TS Gateway

Module 15: Manage the Windows Small Business Server 2008 Environment using Group Policy

This module explains how to implement specific configurations for users and computers using Group Policy settings.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Administer Group Policies in a Windows Small Business Server 2008 environment
  • Configure Group Policies using the GPMC
  • Configure object auditing using Group Policy
  • Configure software applications for deployment using Group Policy
  • Troubleshooting GPOs
Implementing and Administering Windows Small Business Server 2008
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