70-291: MCSE Guide to Managing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network, Enhanced

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Cengage Learning, Apr 7, 2005 - Computers - 608 pages
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This full-color hands-on guide book has been enhanced to make learning even easier by offering more detailed lab setup instructions, expanded chapter summaries, and new practice exams that will reinforce the skills learned.
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Contents

NETWORKING OVERVIEW
1
CONFIGURING NETWORK PROTOCOLS
27
TCPIP ARCHITECTURE
71
DYNAMIC HOST CONFIGURATION PROTOCOL
99
MANAGING AND MONITORING DHCP
135
NAME RESOLUTION
157
DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM
191
WINDOWS INTERNET NAMING SERVICE
241
ROUTING
395
SECURITY TEMPLATES
435
TROUBLESHOOTING WINDOWS SERVER 2003 NETWORKS
461
EXAM OBJECTIVES FOR MCSEMCSA CERTIFICATION
501
DETAILED LAB SETUP GUIDE
507
EXPANDED CHAPTER SUMMARIES
511
Practice Exam 70291 Implementing Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure
543
Glossary
553

SECURING NETWORK TRAFFIC USING IPSEC
267
REMOTE ACCESS
311
INTERNET AUTHENTICATION SERVICE
369

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About the author (2005)

Jason W. Eckert is an experienced technical trainer, consultant and best-selling author in the Information Technology (IT) industry. With over 20 IT certifications, 20 years of IT experience, and 18 published textbooks covering topics such as UNIX, Linux, Apache, MySQL, Windows Server, Security, Microsoft Exchange, and BlackBerry Enterprise Server, Mr. Eckert brings his expertise to every class that he teaches at triOS College. He is also the triOS College Technology Faculty Head, where he continues to refine and improve college technology programs.

Brian T. McCann received his MBA from Vanderbilt University where he earned the Founder's Medal as the top graduate in his class. His ten-plus years of industry experience includes running a residential land development company, serving as the CFO for an Internet start-up, and implementing new strategic initiatives for a non-profit economic development group. He is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in strategic management at Purdue University and has taught both managerial economics and strategic management classes at the MBA level.

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