Study Topics for MCITP Enterprise Administrator

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Study topics for MCITP Enterprise Administrator.
Introduction. ...................................................................................................................... 1 Version information............................................................................................................ 1 Using Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services. ...................................................... 2 Using REPADMIN to troubleshoot active directory replication problems. ........................... 3 Transferring the Schema Master Operations role to another server in the domain. ........... 3 Viewing and changing roles in Server 2008r2 .................................................................... 4 Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS) ................................................... 4 Windows System Resource Manager (WSRM) ................................................................. 5 Online Certificate Status Protocol responder (OCSP). ....................................................... 5 Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS). ................................................................... 6

Introduction.
This document is supplied as is. Any errors are unintentional and the author would like to know about to correct, if appropriate, in the latest version. Please check you have the latest version before submitting error information. Omissions in instructions to achieve tasks are because the relevant information is available in Microsoft Technet. Most of the learning and information in this document comes from this source, together with experimentation on VMs and other paper-based learning resources. For complete discussions on topics in this document start by going to Technet. Links are provided throughout the document and were valid at the time of writing. The idea behind this document was to help consolidate the vast amount of information needed to pass the 70-640, 70-642, 70-643 & 70-647 exams for the MCITP Enterprise administrators qualification. This document is an on-going work as I find new topics I think should be included. The information is not in any particular order and the order of topics might change. Please use the Table of Contents above to find particular discussions. I have included links to Microsoft articles that I have used during my own study. You may also find these useful, for a more full explanation and for walk though exercises. I found most exercises could be completed using a single 64bit W2k8r2 server installed in VMWare, with a single Windows 7 client also installed in VMWare.

Version information.
Version 1................... 16-July-2012 ............. First rough draft notes. Version 2................... 27-July-2012 ............. Titles and links added. Version 3................... 01-August-2012 ......... TOC, Introduction and version inf. added. Version 4................... 01-August-2012 ......... AD RMS, WSRM, OCSP & AD CS added.

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Using Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services.
GUI tools are Domains & Trusts, Sites & Services, Users & Computers. All objects in the AD LDS can be accessed, checked and changed using ADSIEdit. ADSIEdit gives access to the tree at whatever point one wants or needs to connect. A connection path might be the default naming context; LDAP://Server1.class1.oxford.local/Default naming context Or could be specified when wanting to access a particular point, like the DomainDNSZones partition; DC=domaindnszones,DC=,DC=,DC= For example; DC=domaindnszones,DC=class1,DC=oxford,DC=local The RDN is the ‘Relative Domain Name’, meaning the unique name at this point in the tree (amongst it’s siblings). By concatenating the RDNs together, one gets the DN (Distinguished Name). Although ‘Users’ & ‘Computers’ are strictly RDNs, they are normally referred to as Containers and...
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