Analysing MS-Windows Networking (AWN)

Course Description Schedule

Who should attend

  • Network Administrators and network personnel, who are responsible for the operation of networks running Microsoft Active Directory Services.

  • Microsoft System Administrators of Active Directory servers and services, who want to gain knowledge of the network related processes and protocols from a packet level perspective.

Course Objectives

Participants will gain knowledge about features and analysis of the key processes and network protocols of Microsoft Windows networks running Active Directory Services from a packet level perspective. With the help of the Wireshark analyser typical network traffic is analysed and potential problems are discussed.

Course Content

  • Overview of the protocol suite of an Windows Active Directory environment (Windows 2000 Server, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP)

  • Address management and name management
    • DHCP functions and DHCP extensions
    • Dynamic DNS and Secure DNS
    • Integrating DHCP and DNS
    • Server Message Block Protocol and CIFS
    • Troubleshooting SMB
  • Remote Procedure Call (RPC/DCE)

  • Authentication with Kerberos
    • Kerberos functions
    • Error messages and policies
    • SNTP
  • LDAP and Active Directory structures
    • LDAP functions and LDAP operation
    • Replication and replication traffic
  • Boot and logon process of Active Directory Clients

  • Lab: Live capture of typical processes
Classroom Training
Modality: C

Duration 4 days

  • Singapore: 3,800.- SGD
  • Australia: 4,000.- AUD
  • New Zealand: 5,290.- NZD
  • Indonesia: US$ 3,300.-
  • India: 125,000.- INR
  • Philippines: 124,000.- PHP
  • Thailand: US$ 3,300.-
  • Vietnam: US$ 3,300.-
  • Sri Lanka: US$ 3,300.-
Dates and Booking
Online Training
Modality: L
Dates and Booking

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