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Microsoft 70-680: Configuring Windows 7

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Microsoft 70-680: Configuring Windows 7

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Course Description

The MCTS 70-680 training course TS: Windows 7, Configuring teaches students the knowledge and skills to configure and administer Windows 7 as a standalone installation or in a corporate environment as a part of a Windows Active Directory domain. Students provided with the ability to create and deploy images, configure hardware and software, configure networking and backup and restore system information.

When you pass Exam 70-680: TS: Windows 7, Configuring, you complete the requirements for the following certification(s):

  • MCTS: Windows 7, Configuration

We offer you the most effective way to earn your Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS). Professionals holding the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Windows 7, Configuring certification have demonstrated the knowledge and skills necessary to:

  • Describe and choose various versions of Windows 7
  • Perform a clean install of Windows 7
  • Create an image for deployment
  • Configure hardware devices
  • Configure software for compatibility
  • Configure networking including sharing resources
  • Configure DirectAccess for the network
  • Monitor and configure system performance
  • Perform backups and configure system restore
Syllabus

Microsoft Exam 70-680: TS: Windows 7, Configuring Certification Training Course Curriculum

Module 1: Installing, Upgrading and Migrating to Windows 7
Module Overview
Lesson 1: Perform a Clean Installation
Key Features, Editions and Hardware Requirements
Installation Methods
Lesson 2: Upgrading Windows from Previous Windows
Lesson 3: Migrating User Profiles
Module Review

Module 2: Deploying Windows 7
Module Overview
Lesson 1: Capturing a System Image
Lesson 2: Preparing a System Image for Deployment
Lesson 3: Deploying a System Image
Lesson 4: Configuring a Virtual Hard Disk
Module Review

Module 3: Configuring Hardware and Applications
Module Overview
Lesson 1: Configuring Devices
Lesson 2: Configuring Application Compatibility
Lesson 3: Configuring Application Restrictions
Lesson 4: Configuring Internet Explorer
Module Review

Module 4: Configuring Network Connectivity
Module Overview
Lesson 1: Configuring IPv4 Network Settings Overview
Setting Up a Connection for a Network
Automatic IPv4 Address Configuration APIPA
Configuring Name resolution
Connecting To a Network and Network Locations
Resolving Connectivity Issues
Lesson 1: Review
Lesson 2: Configuring IPv6 Network Settings
Lesson 3: Configuring Network Settings
Connecting To a Wireless Network
Lesson 4: Configuring Windows Firewall
Configuring Basic Firewall Settings
Configuring Advanced Security Settings
Well Known Ports and Configuring Certificates for Secure Websites
Lesson 4: Review
Lesson 5: Configuring Remote Management
Remote Management Methods
Configuring Remote Management Tools
Executing PowerShell Commands
Lesson 5: Review
Module Review

Module 5: Configuring Access to Resources
Module Overview
Lesson 1: Configuring File and Folder Access
Encrypting Files and Folders by using EFS
Configuring NTFS Permissions and Resolving Effective Permissions Issues
Copying vs. Moving Files
Lesson 1: Review
Lesson 2: Configuring Shared Resources
Folder Virtualization and Shared Folder Permissions
Printers, Queues and Configuring HomeGroup Settings
Lesson 2: Review
Lesson 3: Configuring User Account Control
Configuring Local Security Policy
Configuring Admin vs. Standard UAC Prompt Behaviors and Configuring a Desktop
Lesson 3: Review
Lesson 4: Configuring Authentication and Authorization Overview
Resolving Authentication Issues
Configuring Rights
Managing Credentials
Managing Certificates
Smart Cards with PIV
Elevating User Privileges and Multifactor Authentication
Lesson 4: Review
Lesson 5: Configuring BranchCache
Module Review

Module 6: Configuring Mobile Computing
Module Overview
Lesson 1: Configuring BitLocker and BitLocker to Go
Lesson 2: Configuring Direct Access
Lesson 3: Configuring Mobile Computing
Tools for Configuring Mobile Computer and Device Settings
Configuring Offline File Policies
Configuring Transparent Caching
Power Plans and Power Saving Options
Lesson 3: Review
Lesson 4: Configuring Remote Connections
Lesson 1: Advanced Security Auditing
NAP Quarantine and Dial up Connections
Configuring Remote Desktop and Published Applications
Lesson 4: Review
Module Review

Module 7: Monitoring and Maintaining Windows 7 Systems
Module Overview
Lesson 1: Configuring Updates to Windows 7
Lesson 2: Managing Disks Overview
Partitioning Disks
Managing Disk Volumes
Managing File System Fragmentation
Configuring Disk Quotas
RAID
Removable Device Policies
Lesson 2: Review
Lesson 3: Monitoring Systems Overview
Configuring Event Logging
Windows 7 Performance Tools
Resource Monitor and Performance Monitor
Maintaining Reliability Using Memory Diagnostic Tools
Network Diagnostic Tool
Reliability and Action Center Tools
Windows Startup and Recovery Tools
Lesson 3: Review
Lesson 4: Configuring Performance Settings Overview
Page Files and the Hard Drive Cache
Updating Drivers and Network Performance
Power Plans and Processor Scheduling
Configuring the Desktop
Configuring Services and Programs
Mobile Performance Computing Issues
Lesson 3: Review
Module 7: Review

Module 8:
Module Overview
Lesson 1: Configuring Backup and Restore
Lesson 2: Configuring System Recovery Options
Lesson 3: Configuring File Recovery Options
Module Review
Program Review

Instructor Bio

Chuck Moore

MCT, MCSE, MCDBA, MCTS, CNI,
CNE, A+, Network+ Security+

Chuck graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Education and taught public school in 1980. He soon moved to the IT world at Scientific Atlanta and provided PC support for the in-house engineers. Novell NetWare was the first networking platform that Chuck experienced. He became a CNE and advanced his technical skills further when he began teaching as a Novell CNI. Chuck continued teaching and providing technical support when he became an MSCE and MCT for the NT 4.0 operating system, as well as the Server 2000/2003/2008 operating systems. In addition, Chuck is certified and teaches classes as an MCDBA / MCTS for the Microsoft SQL Server 2000/2005/2008 applications. Chuck's early experiences in hardware support transitioned nicely when he began to teach the CompTIA A+, Network+ and Security+ classes. Chuck seems to have a heart for the new student who is just starting the significant task of passing IT exams. He remembers when he was at that same beginning point, but after 27 years in the industry, he still gets a "kick" when he helps someone pass their first IT exam.

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