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Clay Leitzke

Clay Leitzke -MCT, MCSE, MCSE 2003 Messaging, CCNA, SCNP
Clay is a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He has instructed throughout the United States, and his reputation as a dynamic instructor is proven once again through these instructional CBTs and videos. Currently, Clay is the Chief Instructor for Nexus Worldwide Computer Training providing instruction for the Windows 2000/2003 MCSE and MCSA bootcamps. He also oversees development and implementation of the Windows 2000/2003 bootcamp courseware and lab manuals. Clay was the lead instructor for Global Knowledge Network Inc. He had received 12 awards for excellence in course delivery for Global Knowledge's MCSE bootcamps.

Course Features:
Course Outline TXT
Level 1
Analyze Active Directory
1.1 Analyzing Your Current Environment
1.2 Integrating Into Forests
1.3 Review
1.4 Active Directory
1.5 Designing an Administrative Model
1.6 Security and Distribution Groups
1.7 Designing Administrative Groups
1.8 Defining an Administrative Model
1.9 Labs- Active Directory Groups
1.10 Summary
Lab - FSMO
Designing a Routing Topology
2.1 Planning Routing Group Boundaries
2.2 Planning a Single Routing Group
2.3 Multiple Routing Groups
2.4 Public Folders
2.5 Types of Connectors
2.6 Routing Group Connectors
2.7 Connector Costs
2.8 Routing Group Fault Tolerance
2.9 Server Roles and Placement
2.10 DNS and WINS
2.11 IIS and Other Services
2.12 Server Tools Needed
2.13 Server Placement
2.14 Review
2.15 Lab - Groups
2.16 Summary
Lab - Routing Group and SMTP
Level 2
Public Folders
1.1 Business and Logistical Requirements
1.2 Organizing Public Folders
1.3 Client Connectivity
1.4 Planning Administrative Requirements
1.5 User Permissions
1.6 Analyzing Replication Requirements
1.7 Hardware Requirements
1.8 Review
1.9 Lab Public Folders
Lab - Public Folder Stores
Security Strategy Stores
2.1 Administrator Challenges
2.2 Best Practices
2.3 IIS
2.4 Perimeter Security
2.5 Protecting against Viruses
2.6 Protecting Mailbox Content
2.7 Bridgehead Servers and Routing Groups
2.8 Reducing Port Exposure
2.9 Intranet Security
2.10 Information Rights Management
2.11 Protecting Public Folders
2.12 Monitoring Exchange Server
2.13 Protecting Intellectual Property
2.14 Encryption
2.15 Summary
Lab - Managing Permissions
Level 3
High Availability Overview
1.1 Fault Tolerance
1.2 Redundant Hardware
1.3 Redundant Network Infrastructure
1.4 Routing Topology
1.5 Monitoring Capabilities
1.6 Disaster Recovery Plan
1.7 Active Directory
1.8 Defining Fault Tolerance
1.9 Front End Server
1.10 Back End Cluster Service
1.11 File Systems
1.12 Sever Clustering
1.13 Data Storage Solutions
1.14 Summary
Level 4
Inter-Organization Connectivity
1.1 Identifying Requirements
1.2 Messaging Connector Strategy
1.3 Global Address List
1.4 Designing GAL Synchronization
1.5 Security Considerations
1.6 Forest Configuration Requirements
1.7 Planning a Public Folder Strategy
1.8 Summary
Deployment Strategy Overview
2.1 Deployment Steps
2.2 Updated Active Directory
2.3 Deploying Active Directory
2.4 Migration Strategy
2.5 Populating Active Directory
2.6 Best Practices
2.7 Old Connectors
2.8 Public Folder Migration
2.9 Mixed Mode VS Native MOOD
2.10 Summary
Lab - Mixed Mode to Native Mode
Review