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MCSE



اسم المركز (I.E.C.S)
THE INTERNATIONAL EGYPTIAN COMPUTER SCIENCE
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المقر الرئيسي
-26 ش إسماعيل اباظه -لاظوغلي التحرير (محطه مترو - سعد زغلول)
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المدير العام
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لقد قامت مايكروسوفت بتطوير المتطلبات الخاصة ببرنامج Windows server 2003 حيث تختلف متطلبات الحصول على شهادة MCSE on Windows Server 2003

عن متطلبات الحصول على شهادة MCSE on Windows 2000
لذلك لكى تحصل على شهادة MCSE
لابد من اجتياز الامتحانات الخاصة بكل برنامج كل على حدة .
  • وظــائف شهــادة MCSE: تستهدف شهادة MCSE الأفراد الذين يشغلون الوظائف التي تستخدم نظم تشغيل الويندوز لمايكروسوفت وتطبيقاتها مثل:
  • Network Administrators.
  • Network Engineers.
  • System Engineers.
  • Security Analysts.
  • E-mail Administrators.
  • Windows System Administrators.
  • Microsoft Website Administrator / Web masters.

Course Description(MCSE)
Unit/Course Name
Implementing and Supporting Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Unit/Course No.
No( 1 )
Standard Course Duration : 40 hrs
Course Materials: Original Microsoft Material, Course ID:2272
Unit/Course Description
This course is to address the implementation and desktop support needs of customers that are planning to deploy and support Microsoft Windows XP Professional in a variety of stand-alone and network operating system environments. It provides in-depth, hands-on training for Information Technology (IT) professionals responsible for the planning, implementation, management, and support of Windows XP Professional.
Unit/Course Prerequisite
1
N+
Unit/Course Contents
1
Installing Microsoft Windows XP Professional
· Planning an Installation of Microsoft Windows XP Professional
· Installing Windows XP Professional
· Upgrading to Microsoft Windows XP
· Transferring User Settings and Files by Using the USMT
2
Automating an Installation of Microsoft Windows XP Professional
  • Introduction to Automating an Installation of Windows XP Professional
  • Creating Answer Files
  • Creating a Uniqueness Database File
  • Performing an Automated Installation of Windows XP Professional
  • Introduction to Creating and Deploying an Image
  • Preparing a Reference Computer
  • Creating, Testing, and Deploying an Image
  • Remote Installation Services
  • Managing Security Settings by Using Security Center
3
Configuring Hardware on a Computer Running Microsoft Windows XP Professional
  • Installing and Configuring Hardware Devices
  • Working with Drivers
  • Troubleshooting Hardware Devices
4
Managing Disks
  • Working with Disk Management
  • Working with Basic Disks
  • Working with Dynamic Disks
  • Preparing Disks When Upgrading to Windows XP Professional
  • Managing Disks
  • Decrementing Volumes
5
Configuring and Managing File Systems
  • Working with File Systems
  • Managing Data Compression
  • Securing Data by Using EFS
6
Troubleshooting the Boot Process and Other System Issues
  • Examining the Windows XP Professional Boot Process
  • Controlling System Settings During the Boot Process
  • Changing Startup Behavior Using the Boot.ini File
  • Using Advanced Boot Options to Troubleshoot Startup Problems
  • Using the Recovery Console to Start the Computer
  • Restoring a Computer to a Previous State
7
Configuring TCP/IP Addressing and Name Resolution
  • Configuring IP Addresses
  • Configuring Windows Firewall
  • Troubleshooting IP Addresses
  • Determining TCP/IP Name Resolution Methods
  • Configuring a DNS and WINS Client
8
Configuring the Desktop Environment
  • Configuring User Desktop Settings
  • Customizing the Desktop Environment
  • Configuring System Settings
  • Understanding How User Profiles and Group Policy Affect Desktop Customization
  • Using Remote Assistance
9
Configuring Internet Explorer
  • Configuring Security for Internet Explorer
  • Configuring Privacy for Internet Explorer
  • Configuring Connection Settings for Internet Explorer
10
Configuring Microsoft Windows XP Professional to Operate in Microsoft Networks
  • Examining Workgroups and User Accounts
  • Creating and Authenticating Local User Accounts
  • Configuring Local Security
  • Configuring Logon Options in a Workgroup
  • Configuring Networking Options in a Workgroup
  • Operating in a Domain
11
Supporting Remote Users
  • Establishing Remote Access Connections
  • Connecting to Virtual Private Networks
  • Configuring Authentication Protocols and Encryption
  • Using Remote Desktop
  • Storing User Names and Passwords to Facilitate Remote Connections
12
Configuring Microsoft Windows XP for Mobile Computing
  • Configuring Power Management Options for MobileComputing
  • Making Files, Folders, and Web Pages Available for Offline Use
13
Monitoring Resources and Performance
  • Using Task Manager to Monitor System Performance
  • Using Performance and Maintenance Tools to Improve Performance
  • Monitoring Event Logs
  • Configuring Application Compatibility
Course Description(MCSE)
Unit/Course Name
Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Environment
Unit/Course No.
No( 2 )
Standard Course Duration : 40 hrs
Course Materials: Original Microsoft Material, Course ID:2273
Unit/Course Description
This is the first course in the Systems Administrator and Systems Engineer tracks for Windows Server 2003 and serves as the entry point for other courses in the Windows Server 2003 curriculum.
Unit/Course Prerequisite
1
N+
Unit/Course Contents
1
Introduction to Administering Accounts and Resources
· The Windows Server 2003 Environment
· Logging on to Windows Server 2003
· Using the Run As Feature for Administration
· Installing and Configuring Administrative Tools
· Creating an Organizational Unit
2
Managing User and Computer Accounts
  • Creating User Accounts
  • Creating Computer Accounts
  • Modifying User and Computer Account Properties
  • Creating a User Account Template
  • Managing User and Computer Accounts
  • Using Queries to Locate User and Computer Accounts in Active Directory
3
Managing Groups
  • Creating groups.
  • Managing group membership.
  • Strategies for using groups.
  • Using default groups.
4
Managing Access to Resources
  • Overview of Managing Access to Resources
  • Managing Access to Shared Folders
  • Managing Access to Files and Folders Using NTFS Permissions
  • Determining Effective Permissions
  • Managing Access to Shared Files Using Offline Caching
5
Managing Access to Objects in Organizational Units
  • Modifying Permissions for Active Directory Objects
  • Delegating Control of Organizational Units
6
Implementing Group Policy
  • Implementing Group Policy Objects
  • Implementing GPOs on a Domain
  • Managing the Deployment of Group Policy
7
Manage the deployment of Group Policy.
  • Configuring Group Policy Settings
  • Assigning Scripts with Group Policy
  • Restricting Group Membership and Access to Software
  • Configuring Folder Redirection
  • Determining Applied GPOs
8
Implementing Administrative Templates and Audit Policy
  • Overview of Security in Windows Server 2003
  • Using Security Templates to Secure Computers
  • Testing Computer Security Policy
  • Configuring Auditing
  • Managing Security Logs
9
Preparing to Administer a Server
  • Introduction to Administering a Server
  • Configuring Remote Desktop to Administer a Server
  • Managing Remote Desktop Connections
10
Preparing to Monitor Server Performance
  • Introduction to Monitoring Server Performance
  • Performing Real-Time and Logged Monitoring
  • Configuring and Managing Counter Logs
  • Configuring Alerts
11
Managing Data Storage
  • Managing File Compression
  • Configuring File Encryption
  • Configuring EFS Recovery Agents
  • Implementing Disk Quotas
12
Managing Disaster Recovery
  • Preparing for Disaster Recovery
  • Backing Up Data
  • Scheduling Backup Jobs
  • Restoring Data
  • Configuring Shadow Copies
  • Recovering from Server Failure
13
Software Maintenance Using Windows Server Update Services
  • Introduction to Windows Server Update Services
  • Installing and Configuring Windows Server Update Services
  • Managing Windows Server Update Services
14
Securing Windows Server 2003
  • Introduction to Securing Servers
  • Implementing Core Server Security
  • Hardening Servers
  • Microsoft Baseline Security Analyzer
15
Implementing Printing& Managing Printing
  • Installing and Managing Access to Printers
  • Managing Printer Drivers
  • Implementing Printer Locations
  • Changing the Location of the Print Spooler
  • Setting Printer Priorities and Scheduling Printer Availability
  • Configuring a Printing Pool and Redirecting Print Queues
16
Monitoring Server Performance
  • The Primary Server Subsystems
  • Monitoring Server Memory
  • Monitoring Processor Usage
  • Monitoring Disks
  • Monitoring Network Usage
  • Monitoring Best Practices
17
Managing Disks
  • Preparing Disks
  • Managing Disk Properties
  • Managing Mounted Drives
  • Converting Disks
  • Creating Volumes
  • Creating Fault-Tolerant Volumes
  • Importing a Foreign Disk
Course Description(MCSE)
Unit/Course Name
Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure
Unit/Course No.
No( 3 )
Standard Course Duration : 40 hrs
Course Materials: Original Microsoft Material, Course ID:2277
Unit/Course Description
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to implement, manage, and maintain a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 network infrastructure. The course is intended for systems administrator and systems engineer candidates who are responsible for implementing, managing, and maintaining server networking technologies. These tasks include implementing routing; implementing, managing, and maintaining Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Domain Name System (DNS), and Windows Internet Name Service (WINS); securing Internet Protocol (IP) traffic with Internet Protocol security (IPSec) and certificates; implementing a network access infrastructure by configuring the connections for remote access clients; and managing and monitoring network access.
Unit/Course Prerequisite
1
N+
Unit/Course Contents
1
Allocating IP Addressing by Using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
· The Role of DHCP in the Network Infrastructure
· Adding and Authorizing a DHCP Server Service
· Configuring a DHCP Scope
· Configuring DHCP Reservations and Options
2
Managing and Monitoring Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  • Managing a DHCP Database
  • Monitoring DHCP
  • Applying Security Guidelines for DHCP
3
Resolving Names
· Introduction to the Name Resolution Process
· Viewing Names on a Client
· Configuring Host Name Resolution
· Configuring NetBIOS Name Resolution
4
Resolving Host Names by Using Domain Name System (DNS)
· The Role of DNS in the Network Infrastructure
· Installing the DNS Server Service
· Configuring the DNS Server Service
· Configuring the DNS Zones
· Configuring DNS Zone Transfers
· Configuring a DNS Client
5
Integrating Domain Name System and Active Directory
  • Configuring Active Directory Integrated Zones
  • Configuring DNS Dynamic Updates
  • Understanding How Active Directory Uses DNS
6
Managing and Monitoring Domain Name System (DNS)
  • Managing DNS Records
  • Testing the DNS Server Configuration
  • Monitoring DNS Server Performance
7
Configuring Routing by Using Routing and Remote Access
· The Role of Routing in the Network Infrastructure
· Enabling and Configuring the Routing and Remote Access Service
· Configuring Packet Filters
8
Securing Network Traffic by Using IPSec and Certificates
  • Implementing IPSec
  • Understanding IPSec Deployment Scenarios
  • Monitoring IPSec
9
Configuring Network Access
  • Introduction to a Network Access Infrastructure
  • Configuring VPN Access
  • Configuring Dial-up Access
  • Configuring Wireless Access
  • Controlling User Access to a Network
  • Centralizing Network Access Authentication by Using IAS
  • Protecting Remote Access by Using Network Access Quarantine
10
Managing and Monitoring Network Access
  • Managing the Network Access Services
  • Configuring Logging on a Network Access Server
  • Collecting and Monitoring Network Access Data
Course Description(MCSE)
Unit/Course Name
Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure
Unit/Course No.
No( 4 )
Standard Course Duration : 24 hrs
Course Materials: Original Microsoft Material, Course ID:2278
Unit/Course Description
This course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to plan and maintain a Windows Server 2003 network infrastructure.
1
N+
1
Introducing Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Planning, Tools, and Documentation
  • Introducing the Network Design
  • Planning a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure Project
2
Planning and Optimizing a TCP/IP Physical and Logical Network
  • Planning a Functional TCP/IP Solution
  • Evaluating Network Performance
3
Planning and Troubleshooting Routing and Switching
  • Selecting Intermediate Devices
  • Planning an Internet Connectivity Strategy
  • Planning Routing Communications
  • Troubleshooting TCP/IP Routing
4
Planning, Optimizing, and Troubleshooting DHCP
  • Planning a DHCP Strategy
  • Securing a DHCP Solution
  • Optimizing DHCP
  • Troubleshooting DHCP
5
Planning a DNS Strategy
· Planning DNS Servers
· Planning a Namespace
· Planning Zones
· Planning Zone Replication and Delegation
6
Optimizing and Troubleshooting DNS
  • Optimizing DNS Servers
  • Troubleshooting Host Name Resolution
7
Planning and Troubleshooting IPSec
  • Understanding Default Policy Rules
  • Planning an IPSec Deployment
  • Troubleshooting IPSec Communications
8
Planning Network Access
  • Introducing Network Access
  • Selecting Network Access Connection Methods
  • Selecting a Remote Access Policy Strategy
  • Selecting a Network Access Authentication Method
  • Planning a Network Access Strategy
9
Troubleshooting Network Access
  • Troubleshooting Network Access Resources
  • Troubleshooting LAN Authentication
  • Troubleshooting Remote Access
10
Planning a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure
  • Introducing Planning Documentation
  • Preparing Development and Test Environments
  • Managing and Maintaining the Environment
Course Description(MCSE)
Unit/Course Name
Planning, Implementing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Infrastructure
Unit/Course No.
No( 5 )
Standard Course Duration : 40 hrs
Course Materials: Original Microsoft Material, Course ID:2279
Unit/Course Description
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to successfully plan, implement, and troubleshoot a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory directory service infrastructure. The course focuses on a Windows Server 2003 directory service environment, including forest and domain structure, Domain Name System (DNS), site topology and replication, organizational unit structure and delegation of administration, Group Policy, and user, group, and computer account strategies.
1
MCSA
1
Introduction to Active Directory Infrastructure
· The Architecture of Active Directory
· How Active Directory Works
· Examining Active Directory
· The Active Directory Design, Planning, and Implementation Processes
2
Implementing an Active Directory Forest and Domain Structure
  • Creating a Forest and Domain Structure
  • Examining and Configuring Active Directory Integrated DNS
  • Raising Forest and Domain Functional Levels
  • Creating Trust Relationships
3
Implementing an Organizational Unit Structure
  • Creating and Managing Organizational Units
  • Delegating Administrative Control for Organizational Units
  • Planning an Organizational Unit Strategy
4
Implementing User, Group, and Computer Accounts
  • Introduction to Accounts
  • Creating and Managing Multiple Accounts
  • Implementing User Principal Name Suffixes
  • Moving Objects in Active Directory
  • Planning an Account Strategy
  • Planning an Active Directory Audit Strategy
5
Implementing Group Policy
  • Creating and Configuring Group Policy objects (GPOs)
  • Configuring Group Policy Refresh Rates and Group Policy Settings
  • Managing GPOs
  • Verifying and Troubleshooting Group Policy
  • Delegating Administrative Control of Group Policy
  • Planning a Group Policy Strategy for the Enterprise
6
Deploying and Managing Software by Using Group Policy
  • Introduction to Managing Software Deployment
  • Deploying Software
  • Configuring Software Deployment
  • Maintaining Deployed Software
  • Troubleshooting Software Deployment
  • Planning a Software Deployment Strategy
7
Implementing Sites to Manage Active Directory Replication
  • Introduction to Active Directory Replication
  • Creating and Configuring Sites
  • Managing Site Topology
  • Troubleshooting Replication Failures
  • Planning a Site
8
Implementing the Placement of Domain Controllers
  • Implementing the Global Catalog in Active Directory
  • Determining the Placement of Domain Controllers in Active Directory
  • Planning the Placement of Domain Controllers
9
Managing Operations Masters
  • Introduction to Operations Master Roles
  • Transferring and Seizing Operations Master Roles
  • Planning the Placement of Operations Masters
10
Maintaining Active Directory Availability
  • Introduction to Maintaining Active Directory
  • Moving and Decrementing an Active Directory Database
  • Backing Up Active Directory
  • Restoring Active Directory
  • Planning for Monitoring Active Directory
Course Description(MCSE)
Unit/Course Name
Designing Security for Microsoft Networks
Unit/Course No.
No( 6 )
Standard Course Duration : 24 hrs
Course Materials: Original Microsoft Material, Course ID:2830
Unit/Course Description
This course provides you with the knowledge and skills to design a secure network infrastructure. Topics include assembling the design team, modeling threats, and analyzing security risks in order to meet business requirements for securing computers in a networked environment. The course encourages decision-making skills through real-life scenarios that the target audience may encounter. You are given the task of collecting the information and sorting through the details to resolve the given security requirement.
1
MCSA
1
Introduction to Designing Security
  • Introduction to Designing Security for Microsoft Networks
  • Contoso Pharmaceuticals: A Case Study
2
Creating a Plan for Network Security
  • Introduction to Security Policies
  • Designing Security by Using a Framework
  • Creating a Security Design Team
3
Identifying Threats to Network Security
  • Introduction to Security Threats
  • Predicting Threats to Security
4
Analyzing Security Risks
  • Introduction to Risk Management
  • Creating a Risk Management Plan
5
Designing Physical Security for Network Resources
  • Creating a Plan for Physical Security
  • Creating a Design for Physical Security of Network Resources
6
Designing Security for Network Hosts
  • Creating a Security Plan for Network Hosts
  • Creating a Design for the Security of Network Hosts
7
Designing Security for Accounts and Services
  • Creating a Security Plan for Accounts
  • Creating a Security Plan for Services
  • Creating a Design for Security of Accounts and Services
8
Designing Security for Authentication
  • Creating a Security Plan for Authentication
  • Creating a Design for Security of Authentication
9
Designing Security for Data
  • Creating a Security Plan for Data
  • Creating a Design for Security of Data
10
Designing Security for Data Transmission
  • Creating a Security Plan for Data Transmission
  • Creating a Design for Security of Data Transmission
11
Designing Security for Network Perimeters
  • Creating a Security Plan for the Perimeter of a Network
  • Creating a Design for Security of Network Perimeters
12
Responding to Security Incidents
· introduction to Auditing and Incident Response
· Designing an Audit Policy
· Designing and Incident Response Procedure
Course Description(MCSE)
Unit/Course Name
Implementing Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004
Unit/Course No.
No( 7)
Unit/Course Level
Advanced Level
Standard Course Duration : 40 hrs
Course Materials: Original Microsoft Material, Course ID: 2824
Unit/Course Description
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to deploy and manage Microsoft Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004 as part of a larger security infrastructure. The course introduces security concepts unique to ISA Server 2004 and provides best practices for their implementation. This course includes information on both the Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition of ISA Server 2004..
Unit/Course Prerequisite
1
Successful completion of Course 2810 Fundamentals of Network Security, or equivalent knowledge of networking security
Unit/Course Contents
1
Installing and Maintaining ISA Server 2004
  • Installing ISA Server 2004
  • Choosing ISA Server Clients
  • Installing and Configuring Firewall Clients
  • Advanced Firewall Client Configuration
  • Securing ISA Server 2004
  • Maintaining ISA Server 2004
  • Introducing ISA Server 2004
  • Deployment Scenarios for ISA Server 2004
2
Enabling Access to Internet Resources
  • ISA Server 2004 as a Proxy Server
  • Configuring Multi-Networking on ISA Server
  • Configuring Access Rule Elements
  • Configuring Access Rules for Internet Access
3
Configuring ISA Server 2004 as a Firewall
  • Using ISA Server as a Firewall
  • Examining Perimeter Networks and Templates
  • Configuring System Policies
  • Configuring Intrusion Detection and IP Preferences
4
Configuring Access to Internal Resources
  • Introduction to Publishing
  • Configuring Web Publishing
  • Configuring Secure Web Publishing
  • Configuring Server Publishing
  • Configuring ISA Server Authentication
5
Integrating ISA Server 2004 and Microsoft Exchange Server
  • Issues in E-Mail Security
  • Configuring ISA Server to Secure SMTP Traffic
  • Configuring ISA Server to Secure Web Client Connections
  • Configuring ISA Server to Secure Client Connections
6
Advanced Application and Web Filtering
  • Advanced Application and Web Filtering Overview
  • Configuring HTTP Web Filters
  • Configuring Additional Application and Web Filters
7
Configuring Virtual Private Network Access for Remote Clients and Networks
  • Virtual Private Networking Overview
  • Configuring Virtual Private Networking for Remote Clients
  • Configuring Virtual Private Networking for Remote Sites
  • Configuring VPN Quarantine Control Using ISA Server 2004
8
implementing Caching to Improve Browsing Performance
  • Caching Overview
  • Configuring General Cache Properties
  • Configuring Cache Rules
  • Configuring Content Download Jobs
9
Monitoring ISA Server 2004
  • Monitoring Overview
  • Configuring Alerts
  • Configuring Session Monitoring
  • Configuring Logging
  • Configuring Reports
  • Monitoring Connectivity
  • Monitoring Services and Performance
10
Implementing ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition
  • Overview of ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition
  • Planning an ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition Deployment
  • Implementing ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition
11
Implementing ISA Server 2004 Enterprise Edition: Back-to-Back Firewall & Site-to-Site VPN Scenarios
· Implementing a Back-to-Back Firewall Scenario
· Implementing the Site-to-Site VPN Scenario
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