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CIS 409 Lab 1 Configuring Network Load Balancing

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Exercise 1.1 Installing the Network Load Balancing Feature

Exercise 1.2 Creating a Windows Server 2012 NLB Cluster

Exercise 1.3 Configuring DNS

Exercise 1.4 Configuring Cluster Properties

Exercise 1.5 Managing the Cluster Nodes

Exercise 1.6 Removing the NLB Cluster

Lab Challenge Upgrading an NLB Cluster ==============================================


CIS 409 Lab 2 Configuring Failover Clustering

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Exercise 2.1 Configuring the iSCSI Client

Exercise 2.2 Installing the Failover Clustering Feature

Exercise 2.3 Creating a Failover Cluster

Exercise 2.4 Configuring the Quorum

Exercise 2.5 Implementing Cluster Aware Updating

Lab Challenge Upgrading a Failover Cluster ==============================================


CIS 409 Lab 3 Managing Failover Clustering

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Exercise 3.1 Deploying the General Use File Server Role

Exercise 3.2 Deploying a Scale-Out File Server

Exercise 3.3Configuring Failover and Preference Settings

Exercise 3.4 Managing a Cluster and Cluster Nodes

Exercise 3.5 Destroying a Cluster

Lab Challenge Configuring VM Monitoring

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CIS 409 Lab 4 Managing VM Movement

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Exercise 4.1 Moving a VM Storage Location Exercise 4.2 Moving a VM to Another Host Exercise 4.3 Copying a VM Exercise 4.4 Exporting and Importing a VM Lab Challenge Configuring Computers for Live Migration

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CIS 409 Lab 5 Configuring Advanced file Solutions

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Exercise 5.1 Creating an NFS Shared Folder


Exercise 5.2 Installing and Configuring BranchCache

Exercise 5.3 Using File Classification

Exercise 5.4 Configuring File Access Auditing

Lab Challenge Creating an NFS Shared Folder on a Cluster ==============================================

CIS 409 Lab 6 Implementing Dynamic Access Control

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Exercise 6.1 Using Dynamic Access Control

Exercise 6.2 Implementing a Central Access Policy


Lab Challenge Performing Access-Denied Remediation

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CIS 409 Lab 7 Configuring and Optimizing Storage

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Exercise 7.1 Removing an iSCSI Target

Exercise 7.2 Creating and Configuring an iSCSI Target

Exercise 7.3 Configuring iSCSI Initiator

Exercise 7.4 Using Features on Demand

Lab Challenge Implementing Thin Provisioning


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CIS 409 Lab 8 Configuring and Managing Backups

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Exercise 8.1 Installing the Windows Server Backup Feature

Exercise 8.2 Performing a Manual Backup of a Local Volume to a Remote Share

Exercise 8.3 Backing up the System State

Exercise 8.4 Managing VSS Settings

Exercise 8.5 Enabling Shadow Copies for Shared Volumes


Lab Challenge Using Hyper-V Snapshots ==============================================

CIS 409 Lab 9 Recovering Servers

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Exercise 9.1 Restoring a folder using Windows Server Backup

Exercise 9.2 Restoring the System State of a System

Exercise 9.3 Restoring a File Using Shadow Copy

Exercise 9.4 Booting Into Safe Mode

Exercise 9.5 Using Command Prompt Repair Tools


Lab Challenge Performing an Authoritative Restore ==============================================

CIS 409 Lab 10 Configuring site-Level Fault Tolerance

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Exercise 10.1 Configuring and Enabling Hyper-V Replication

Exercise 10.2 Configuring Replication for a VM

Lab Challenge Configuring Multi-Site Failure Cluster ==============================================

CIS 409 Lab 11 Implementing an Advanced Dynamic Host CONFIGURATION Protocol (DHCP) Solution


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Exercise 11.1 Creating a Vendor Class

Exercise 11.2 Creating a DHCP Policy

Exercise 11.3 Creating and Configuring a Superscope

Exercise 11.4 Creating and Configuring Multicast Scopes

Exercise 11.5 Implementing DHCPv6 Scopes

Exercise 11.6 Configuring DHCP Name Protection

Lab Challenge Creating a DHCP Split-Scope ==============================================


CIS 409 Lab 12 Implementing an Advanced DNS Solution

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Exercise 12.1 Configuring DNSSEC

Exercise 12.2 Enabling DNS Cache Locking

Exercise 12.3 Configuring DNS Logging

Exercise 12.4 Disabling Recursion

Exercise 12.5 Configuring Net mask Ordering

Exercise 12.6 Configuring a Global Names Zone


Lab Challenge Delegating DNS Administration

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CIS 409 Lab 13 Deploying And Managing IPAM

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Exercise 13.1 Installing an IPAM on a Member Server

Exercise 13.2 Configuring IPAM

Lab Challenge Migrating to IPAM ==============================================

CIS 409 Lab 14 Configuring A Domain And Forest


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Exercise 14.1 Creating a Child Domain

Exercise 14.2 Demoting a Domain Controller

Exercise 14.3 Installing a New Forest

Exercise 14.4 Raising the Domain and Forest Functional Level

Exercise 14.5 Configuring Multiple UPN Suffixes

Lab Challenge Performing an Upgrade Installation

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CIS 409 Lab 15 Configuring Trusts

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Exercise 15.1 Creating and Configuring a One-Way External Trust

Exercise 15.2 Creating and Configuring a Two-Way Forest Trust

Exercise 15.3 Validating and Testing a Trust

Lab Challenge Configuring Selective Authentication between two Trusted Domains ==============================================

CIS 409 Lab 16 Configuring Sites


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Exercise 16.1Adding Sites and Subnets

Exercise 16.2 Configuring a Bridgehead Server

Exercise 16.3 Creating a Site Link

Exercise 16.4 Modifying the Replication Interval and Replication Schedule of a Site Link

Lab Challenge Working with DNS SRV Records ==============================================

CIS 409 Lab 17 Managing Active Directory And Sysvol Replication


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Exercise 17.1 Demoting a Domain Controller

Exercise 17.2 Promoting a Domain Controller

Exercise 17.3 Replicating with Active Directory Sites and Services

Exercise 17.4 Using REPADMIN

Exercise 17.5 Configuring Password Replication Policies for an RODC

LAB Challenge Upgrading SYSVOL Replication to DFSR ==============================================


CIS 409 Lab 18 Implementing Active Directory Federation Services

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Exercise 18.1 Installing the Active Directory Federation Services

Exercise 18.2 Creating a standalone Federation Server

Exercise 18.3 Creating and Configuring a Sample WIF Application

Exercise 18.4 Implementing Relying Party Trusts

Exercise 18.5 Configuring the Active Directory Claims Provider Trust


Lab Challenge Configuring a Global Authentication Policy

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CIS 409 Lab 19 Installing And Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services

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Exercise 19.1 Installing an Enterprise Certificate Authority

Exercise 19.2 Installing a Subordinate Certificate Server

Exercise 19.3 Configuring Certified Revocation List (CRL) Distribution Point

Exercise 19.4 Installing the Online Responder Role


Exercise 19.5 Performing a CA Backup

Lab Challenge Managing Administrative Roles

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CIS 409 Lab 20 Managing Certificates

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Exercise 20.1 Importing and Exporting Digital Certificates

Exercise 20.2 Renewing a CA Certificate

Exercise 20.3 Creating a New User Certificate Template

Exercise 20.4 Requesting a Certificate


Exercise 20.5 Configuring Auto Enrollment

Exercise 20.6 Configuring Enrollment Agents

Lab Challenge Configuring the Key Recovery Agent ==============================================

CIS 409 Lab 21 Installing And Configuring Active Directory Rights Management Services

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Exercise 21.1 Installing Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS)

Exercise 21.2 Creating and Enabling the Super Users Group


Exercise 21.3 Creating a Distributed Rights Policy Template

Exercise 21.4 Enabling and Configuring an Application Exclusion

Lab Challenge Backing Up and Restoring AD RMS ==============================================

CIS 409 Week 6 Assignment 1 Disaster Recovery Plan (100% Score)

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Assignment 1: Disaster Recovery Plan

You are an administrator for the Contoso Corporation. The Contoso Corporation has two (2) large sites. The corporate office is in New York and the manufacturing site is in


Cleveland, Ohio. In addition, the Contoso Corporation has five (5) smaller sites. At the Corporate site, you currently have eight (8) physical Hyper-V hosts that host approximately one hundred twenty (120) virtual machines. The virtual machines are running Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012. The servers are needed to host email, various databases, file services, print services, and a point-of sales-application. The virtual machines are stored on a centrally located storage area network (SAN) that has multiple power supplies, and use redundant array of independent disks (RAID). Over the last three (3) years, you have had two (2) power failures that caused the servers to go down at the corporate office. Recently, during one (1) of these incidents, files on one (1) of the servers were corrupted. It was later discovered that the backup could only partially restore the data files, but could not restore the server itself. The servers must remain available and reliable. As the administrator, you must ensure that you can recover from a failure or problem quickly with minimum loss. Write a three to five (3-5) page paper in which you: 1. Develop a continuity plan / disaster recovery plan for Contoso Corporation in which you address the following:


1. Suggest an approach that provides redundancy (failover) for all mission critical functions in the event of a disaster including power failure. Consider the following in your approach: Essential Infrastructure; Email; Database; File Services; Print Services; Point-of-Sale Applications; Power Redundancy Solutions. 2. Identify the changes that should be made to the backup procedures in order to address the problem with the server backups. 3. Outline the necessary actions that Server Administrators must verify for proper operation of servers in the event of a failover. 4. Provide a plan for returning all services back to the primary systems once the crisis has passed. 5. Examine the pros and cons of moving part of the data center to the Cleveland office and housing it there on a permanent basis. Provide your recommendation for the stated action. Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.


• Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: • Demonstrate the ability to describe, manage, and configure load balancing and failover clustering. • Demonstrate the ability to configure and manage backups to include role-specific and online or cloud environments. • Demonstrate the ability to recover servers to include files and volumes. • Use technology and information resources to research issues in advanced network infrastructure environments. • Write clearly and concisely about advanced network infrastructure topics using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions. ==============================================

CIS 409 Week 10 Assignment 2 Managing a Merger (100% Score)


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Assignment 2: Managing a Merger

Imagine you work for Quality Corporation (Quality.ad) who has just recently bought Crescent Inc. (Crescent.ad) in a recent merger. Quality and Crescent have separate offices in St. Louis (Quality HQ), Little Rock, and Austin (Crescent HQ). Crescent also has offices in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and Santa Fe. The desire is to establish trusts between the two (2) AD forests and consolidate core services (DNS, DHCP, etc.) as soon as possible. Both companies are running Server 2012 as Domain Controllers. Their primary DNS, DHCP, and Domain Controller servers are in the two (2) corporate headquarters with secondary servers located in the other cities to reduce latency.For the Quality.ad domain, the Flexible Single Master Operation (FMSO) roles are located on Server01, which is located at the Quality HQ. For the Crescent.ad domain, the FSMO roles are located on RWDC01, which is located at the Crescent HQ. In addition, the Quality.ad domain has several servers configured as a


Certificate Authority, and the Crescent.ad domain has a single Certificate Authority. During this acquisition, you will need to consider the following: • The Crescent Inc. has developed several enhancements for the widgets that your company produces. The engineering documents are installed on the ServerDocs located at the Austin office. You will need to configure the necessary systems so that the engineers from Quality Corporation can access these documents. Since these documents are considered proprietary and highly confidential, you must ensure that no other users except the two (2) engineering teams can access these documents and that the documents stay within the company. • For both organizations, all user IDs and digital certificates from the other organization must be recognized.

Write a six to eight (6-8) page paper in which you: 1. Explain the key considerations behind establishing trust relationships between the two (2) domains. 2. Suggest a method for consolidating Core Network services.


3. Provide a plan for integrating both AD forests eliminating duplication of service wherever possible.

Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.

The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: • Describe, manage, and install Active Directory replication, federation services, and certificate services. • Demonstrate the ability to plan an advanced AD, DHCP, and DNS solution. • Describe and plan for configuring a domain and forest as well as configuring trusts.


• Use technology and information resources to research issues in advanced network infrastructure environments. • Write clearly and concisely about advanced network infrastructure topics using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions. ==============================================

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