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MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-291): Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure with Cby J C Mackin
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Announcing an all-new MCSA/MCSE Training Kit designed to help maximize your performance on Exam 70-291, a core exam for the new Windows Server 2003 certification. This kit packs the tools and features that exam candidates want most—including in-depth, self-paced training based on final exam content; rigorous, objective-by-objective review; exam tips from expert, exam-certified authors; and a robust testing suite. It also provides real-world scenarios, case study examples, and troubleshooting labs for skills and expertise that you can apply to the job.
Focusing on network infrastructure management for Windows Server 2003, this official study guide covers topics such as implementing, managing, and maintaining IP addressing, name resolution, network security measures, routing and remote access, and monitoring and troubleshooting network infrastructure.
Ace your exam preparation and ramp up quickly on Windows Server 2003 by working at your own pace through the lessons, hands-on exercises, and practice tests. The flexible, best-of-class test engine on CD features 300 practice questions and pre-assessment and post-assessment capabilities. Choose timed or untimed testing mode, generate random tests, or focus on discrete objectives or chapters, and get detailed explanations for right and wrong answers—including pointers back to the book for further study—making this kit an exceptional value and a great career investment.
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Assess your skills with practice tests. You can work through hundreds of questions using multiple testing modes to meet your specific learning needs. You get detailed explanations for right and wrong answers—including a customized learning path that describes how and where to focus your studies.
About the Author
Ian McLean was called to the Bar in 1951 and admitted to the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh, in 1985. His background includes criminal practice both in England and as a law officer in Northern Nigeria. Between 1970 and 1980 he was a Metropolitan Stipendiary Magistrate, and a Circuit Judge between
1980 and 1997. He has lectured widely both in the UK and on the Continent, and is the author of a number of practitioner books. Peter Morrish was called to the Bar in 1962. His background includes service in the Northern Rhodesia Police, where he acted as a Public Prosecutor, and in the Royal Air
Force, where he gained extensive experience of courts-martial. In addition to an extensive criminal practice, he has held administrative posts in the Metropolitan Magistrates' Court Service, in the old Quarter Sessions courts (County of London, Lancashire, and Middlesex), the Central Criminal Court,
and in the Court of Appeal (Criminal Division). He has lectured in the UK and in the US and is the author of a number of practitioner books. John Greenhill was called to the Bar in 1972. He served in the Metropolitan Magistrates' Courts, rising to Senior Chief Clerk, and Training Officer for the
Metropolitan Area. He is currently based at Straford East Magistrates' Court. He holds an MSc in Criminology from the University of Leicester. Andrew Mimmack has been a Council Member of the Justices' Clerks' Society since 1996, and currently holds the office of Junior Vice President. He is Editor
of The Magistrates' Courts Practice and also delivers training courses for a range of practitioners including lawyers in England and France, Guardians ad litem, Approved Social Workers, Local AuthorityRegistration and Inspection Officers, and others.
Table of Contents
About the AuthorsAbout This BookLearn at Your Own PaceChapter 1: Introducing a Windows Server 2003 Network InfrastructureChapter 2: Understanding TCP/IPChapter 3: Monitoring and Troubleshooting TCP/IP ConnectionsChapter 4: Configuring DNS Servers and ClientsChapter 5: Configuring a DNS InfrastructureChapter 6: Monitoring and Troubleshooting DNSChapter 7: Configuring DHCP Servers and ClientsChapter 8: Monitoring and Troubleshooting DHCPChapter 9: Routing with Windows Server 2003Chapter 10: Configuring and Managing Remote AccessChapter 11: Managing Network SecurityChapter 12: Maintaining a Network InfrastructurePrepare for the ExamChapter 13: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining IP Addressing (1.0)Chapter 14: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Name Resolution (2.0)Chapter 15: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Network Security (3.0)Chapter 16: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Routing And Remote Access (4.0)Chapter 17: Maintaining a Network Infrastructure (5.0)GlossarySystem RequirementsExam 70-291: Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure
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