Learn how to implement security services for a WindowsAr 2000 networkaand prepare for the MicrosoftAr Certified Professional (MCP) Examawith this official Microsoft study guide. Work at your own pace through the lessons and hands-on exercises. And use the testing tool on CD to measure what you know and where to focus your studiesabefore taking the actual exam. As you develop the real-world expertise needed to help manage network security, youare also preparing for MCP Exam 70-214aan elective for MCSA or MCSE certification. BUILD THE SKILLS TO: Help secure client computers with file system permissions, Group Policy, and other baseline security measures Configure IPSec and SSL to help protect communication channels for both private and public servers Manage user and network authentication, certificates, and public key encryption Implement security measures for RAS, VPNs, and wireless networks Help protect Microsoft Internet Information Services, Microsoft Exchange Server, and Microsoft SQL Serverac from unauthorized access Maintain software integrity with service packs, security updates, and hot fixes Monitor events, detect network intrusions, and implement prevention and recovery measures YOUR KIT INCLUDES: Comprehensive self-paced study guide that maps to MCP exam goals and objectives Learn-by-doing exercises for skills you can apply to the job Lesson summaries and review questions, including a complete QaA summary Testing tool that generates realistic practice exams with automated scoring and explanations for both correct and incorrect answers 120-day evaluation version of Windows 2000 Server Fully searchable eBook version of the study guideImplementing and Administering Security in a Microsoft Windows 2000 Network Matthew Strebe, Microsoft ... 7. In the dialog box, select Enabled, and click OK. 8. Close the GPO. 9. Click Properties to open the MMC Restrictions Properties ... Expand User Configuration, Windows Settings, and Internet Explorer Maintenance.
|Title||:||MCSA/MCSE Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-214)|
|Author||:||Matthew Strebe, Microsoft Corporation|
|Publisher||:||Microsoft Pr - 2003-02-19|