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†Microsoft Active Directory Security

Price: $2,825.00

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Microsoftís Active Directory provides a consistent means of managing users, groups, servers and workstations in an organization. A key feature of Active Directory is its ability to apply a uniform security policy across all information assets.

This hands-on instructor-led Active Directory training class is designed to give students the skills to use the features of Microsoft Active Directory to secure an organizationís computer resources. The course features a large number of hands-on exercises that enable the students to learn by applying all of the different security features of Active Directory.

Course Overview

By the end of the class students will be able to:

  • Understand the architecture of Active Directory and how it relates to system security
  • Create and modify an Active Directory forest
  • Use Active Directory to manage users and groups
  • Manage the security of workstations and servers through Active Directory
  • Set security policies through Active Directory

Course Outline

  • Introduction to the Active Directory infrastructure

    • Roles of forests, domains, organizational units and other Active Directory objects
  • Implementing an Active Directory infrastructure

    • How to create an Active Directory forest, domain and site structure to maximize the protection of an organizationís information assets
  • Creating users, groups and computer objects

    • How to create and use security principals within an Active Directory forest
  • Implementing an Organizational Unit structure

    • Grouping users and computers into administrative units in order to apply consistent security policies
  • Group Policy Objects

    • How to use GPOs to secure objects in an Active Directory forest as well as information used by these objects
  • Managing an Active Directory infrastructure

    • How to make sure an organizationís Active Directory is secure from intrusions and unexpected operational failures
  • Best practices

    • Using Active Directory effectively to protect an organizationís information assets