Domain Based Networking for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Solutions

Domain Based Network is the central network administration system. Which allows access to resources within the network, the permissions are maintained on one or more servers called "Domain Controllers". Domain-based networks use a hierarchical framework that enables users to collaborate with different departments of an organization. Microsoft's Active Directory Service (ADS) works on domain systems.

Domain Based Network is the best solution for Enterprise Resource Planning and Management. Domain-based Network is being used in Bangladesh's major IT companies, keeping in mind the advanced IT sector. Those who are interested in creating high level IT careers in fields such as System Engineering, IT infrastructure management, ERP solutions, must have Domain Based Networking Skills. It is extremely difficult or impossible to get jobs in multinational companies by completing Diploma-in-Engineering academic courses in the context of the current IT job market in Bangladesh. In this case, getting professional training and earn a vendor certification in the System Engineering & Networking track is the most effective way of getting good jobs. The following course has been developed, for those who want to build an IT career on System Engineering and Networking tracks.

Course Duration: 3 (Three) Months

Course Description: 

Course Method: Online LMS based course with Moodle. Online classes with live steaming, lecture sheet & PPT, remote P2P assistance & online assessment system. 

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Course details

  • Domain Based Networking
    • What is Domain Based Network
    • Domain Based Network vs P2P Network
    • Benefits of Domain-Based Network
    • Why Domain Based Network for Enterprise level IT Solutions
  • Planning & needs for Domain-based network
    • Organizational/enterprise needs analysis
    • Planning steps for a Domain-Based Network
    • Hardware & software requirements for a Domain-Based Network
    • Developing steps for a Domain-Based Network
    • Designing a Domain-Based Network
  • Implementation of a Domain-Based Network
    • Implementation steps for a Domain-Based Network
    • Selection of server OS
    • Selection criteria for dedicated server PC
    • Selection of server PC
    • Installation server OS into dedicated server PC
    • Promotion server PC as a Domain controller with Active Directory services
  • Configure and Manage Active Directory
    • Installing read-only domain controllers
    • Configuring virtual domain controllers
    • Backing up Active Directory
    • Recovering Active Directory
    • Configuring account policies: password, lockout, and Kerberos
    • Configuring service accounts
    • Managing service accounts
  • Working in Domain Environment
    • Configuring an individual PC to join a Domain-Based Network
    • Log in process into Domain Based Network
  • Windows Server: IP Addressing
    • Rules of IP addressing
    • Private vs. public IP addressing
    • How binary numbers work
    • Subnetting your networks
    • Planning an IP addressing scheme
    • Configuring an IPv4 host
    • Troubleshooting networking issues
  • Member server installation & management
    • Server components and server architecture
    • Basic configuration
    • Server Roles
    • Asset management
    • Virtualization
    • Server storage
    • Server security
    • Networking
    • Backup and recovery
    • Troubleshooting
    • Configuring server roles
      • DHCP
      • DNS
      • FTP
      • IIS/Web
      • Mail
  • Domain user’s management
    • Creation of domain user
    • Domain user’s rights assignment
    • User profile management
    • Roaming user profiles
    • Suspension & deletion of domain users
  • Implementing Group Policy
    • Creating a Group Policy object
    • Group Policy inheritance
    • Processing
    • Adjusting Group Policy preferences and settings
    • Running a Group Policy update
    • Troubleshooting Group Policy
    • Adjusting security settings and policies
  • Organizational Units management
    • Viewing details of an OU
    • Creating an OU
    • Renaming an OU
    • Moving an account to an OU or between the root and OUs
  • File Services
    • Configuring File Server Resource Manager (FRSM)
    • Configuring quotas
    • Creating and testing a file screen
    • Using storage reports to check for duplicate files
    • Configuring file management tasks
    • Configuring Distributed File System (DFS)
    • Configuring DFS replication
    • Encrypting files using the Encrypting File System
    • Auditing file access
  • Windows Server: Storage Services
    • Working with the Computer Management interface
    • Formatting disks and editing files from the command line
    • Configuring advanced file services
    • Using PowerShell to create VHD and VHDX files
    • Implementing Storage Replica
    • Configuring tiered storage
    • Data deduplication
    • Storage on Hyper-V
    • Creating a RAID mirror in Storage Spaces Direct
  • Backup & maintenance of Domain-Based Network
    • Enterprise backup policies
    • Whole system backup
    • Systems Cloning/Imaging
    • Server Clustering
  • Network administration
    • Installing Windows Admin Center (WAC)
    • Managing Windows with WAC and PowerShell
    • Using PowerShell remoting
    • Monitoring the health of Windows servers
    • Capturing real-time performance data
    • Protecting networks with Windows Defender ATP
    • Windows updates on Server
    • Selecting updates to distribute
  • Remote administration & supports
    • RAS installation & management
    • Telnet
    • VPN
    • Third-party RAS
  • Server Virtualization
  • Maintenance & troubleshooting

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