Exam 70-649: TS: Upgrading Your MCSE on Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008, Technology Specialist

 

La settimana scorsa sono finalmente riuscito a sostenere l’esame 70-649 con esito positivo. Essendo un esame di upgrade dalla MCSE è molto lungo e non proprio semplicissimo, si divide in 3 parti corrispondenti agli esami 70-640, 70-642 e 70-643 e fa ottenere le 3 certificazioni corrispondenti:

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Configuring Additional Active Directory Server Roles

  • Configure Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service (AD LDS)
    May include but is not limited to: migration to AD LDS, configuring data within AD LDS, configuring an authentication server, server core, Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V

  • Configure Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS)
    May include but is not limited to: certificate request and installation, self-enrollments, delegation, Active Directory Metadirectory Services (AD MDS), Windows Server virtualization

  • Configure the read-only domain controller (RODC)
    May include but is not limited to: unidirectional replication, Administrator role separation, read-only DNS, BitLocker, credential caching, password replication, syskey, Windows Server virtualization

  • Configure Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
    May include but is not limited to: installing AD FS server role, exchange certificate with AD FS agents, configuring trust policies, configuring user and group claim mapping, Windows Server virtualization

Configuring IP Addressing and Services

  • Configure IPv4 and IPv6 addressing
    May include but is not limited to: configuring IP options, subnetting, supernetting, alternative configuration

  • Configure Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
    May include but is not limited to: DHCP options, creating new options, PXE boot, default user profiles, DHCP relay agents, exclusions, authorizing server in Active Directory, scopes, server core, Windows Server Hyper-V

  • Configure routing
    May include but is not limited to: static routing, persistent routing, Routing Internet Protocol (RIP), Open Shortest Path First (OSPF)

  • Configure IPsec
    May include but is not limited to: creating IPsec policy, IPsec Authentication Header (AH), IPsec Encapsulating Security Payload (ESP)

Monitoring and Managing a Network Infrastructure

  • Configure Windows Software Update Services (WSUS) server settings
    May include but is not limited to: updating type selection, client settings, Group Policy object (GPO), client targeting, software updates, test and approval, disconnected networks

  • Capture performance data
    May include but is not limited to: Data Collector Sets, Performance Monitor, Reliability Monitor, monitoring System Stability Index

  • Monitor event logs
    May include but is not limited to: custom views, application and services logs, subscriptions, DNS log

  • Gather network data
    May include but is not limited to: Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), Baseline Security Analyzer, Network Monitor

Deploying Servers

  • Deploy images by using Windows Deployment Services
    May include but is not limited to: installing from media (IFM), configuring Windows Deployment Services, capturing Windows Deployment Services images, deploying Windows Deployment Services images, server core

  • Configure Microsoft Windows activation
    May include but is not limited to: installing a KMS server, creating a DNS SRV record, replicating volume license data

  • Configure Windows Server Hyper-V and virtual machines
    May include but is not limited to: virtual networking, virtualization hardware requirements, Virtual Hard Disks, migrating from physical to virtual, VM additions, backup, optimization, server core

  • Configure high availability
    May include but is not limited to: failover clustering, Network Load Balancing, hardware redundancy

  • Configure storage
    May include but is not limited to: RAID types, Virtual Disk Specification (VDS) API, Network Attached Storage, iSCSI and Fibre Channel storage area networks, mount points

Configuring Remote Desktop Services

  • Configure RemoteApp and Remote Desktop Web Access.

    May include but is not limited to: providing access to remote resources; per-user filtering; forms-based authentication; single sign-on

  • Configure Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway).

    May include but is not limited to: certificate configuration; Remote Desktop resource authorization policy (RD RAP); Remote Desktop connection authorization policy (RD CAP); Remote Desktop group policy

  • Configure Remote Desktop Connection Broker.
    May include but is not limited to: redirection modes; DNS registration; set by using group policy

  • Configure and monitor Remote Desktop resources.
    May include but is not limited to: allocate resources by using Windows Server Resource Manager; configure application logging; fair share CPU scheduling; viewing processes

  • Configure Remote Desktop licensing.
    May include but is not limited to: deploy licensing server; connectivity between Remote Desktop Session Hosts (RD Session Hosts) and Remote Desktop Licensing (RD Licensing); recovering Remote Desktop Licensing server; managing Remote Desktop Services client access licenses (RDS CALs); revoking licensing

  • Configure Remote Desktop Session Host.
    May include but is not limited to: session options; session permissions; display data prioritization; profiles and home folders; IP Virtualization; RemoteFX

Configuring a Web Services Infrastructure

  • Configure Web applications
    May include but is not limited to: directory-dependent, publishing, URL-specified configuration, Microsoft .NET components, for example, .NET and .aspx, configuring application pools

  • Manage Web sites
    May include but is not limited to: migrating sites and Web applications, publishing IIS Web sites, configuring virtual directories

  • Configure a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server
    May include but is not limited to: configuring for extranet users, configuring permissions

  • Configure Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Services (SMTP)
    May include but is not limited to: setting up smart hosts, configuring size limitations, setting up security and authentication to the delivering server, creating proper service accounts, authentication, SMTP relay

  • Manage Internet Information Services (IIS)
    May include but is not limited to: Web site content backup and restore, IIS configuration backup, monitoring IIS, configuring logging, delegation of administrative rights

  • Configure SSL security
    May include but is not limited to: configuring certificates, requesting SSL certificate, renewing SSL certificate, exporting and importing certificates

  • Configure Web site authentication and permissions
    May include but is not limited to: configuring site permissions and authentication, configuring application permissions, client certificate mappings

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