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  • Ziele
    - Identify features of virtual private network (VPN) connection from a Windows XP Professional client. - Identify New Connection Wizard options that can be selected when configuring an outbound virtual private network (VPN) connection in Windows XP Professional. - Identify features of virtual private network (VPN) protocols available in Windows XP Professional. - Create a hardware profile for a mobile user in Windows XP Professional. - Select an optimal power scheme for a computer running Windows XP Professional. - Differentiate between characteristics of the standby and hibernation power-saving options available in Windows XP Professional. - Identify Add Printer Wizard options that can be selected when manually installing a local printer in Windows XP Professional. - Identify Add Printer Wizard options that can be selected when installing a network printer in Windows XP Professional. - Identify features of configuring a network printer in Windows XP Professional.
  • Anforderungen
    The intended Audience for this course includes IT professionals that are new to the Windows XP environment, and involved in providing help desk support for Windows XP Professional desktops. They also provide support for the Windows XP family of products, or support for a Microsoft Windows XP solution environment. Finally, they are involved in supporting Windows XP Professional in non-Microsoft network operating systems. Course prerequisites would be A+ and Network+ certifications or equivalent. In addition, learners should have taken the first three parts in this series 72510 through 72512.
  • Titel
    Kurs 72513 - Microsoft Windows XP Administration Part 4: Remote and Mobile Computing
  • Inhalt
    Course Overview

    This is the fourth course in a five part series in the Microsoft Windows XP Installation and Administration curriculum. It covers how to configure inbound and outbound connections and authentication protocols for Microsoft Windows XP Professional. It discusses how to configure and use Remote Desktop. Topics teaching how to configure and support Microsoft Windows XP Professional for mobile computing, power management and configuring files for offline use are also covered.

    Deployment Options

    Self-Study

    Total Learning Time

    6 to 8 hours

    Objectives

    Unit 1: Configuring Remote Connections 2 - 3 hours

    - Identify features of virtual private network (VPN) connection from a Windows XP Professional client.
    - Identify New Connection Wizard options that can be selected when configuring an outbound virtual private network (VPN) connection in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of virtual private network (VPN) protocols available in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify New Connection Wizard options that can be selected during configuration for accepting an inbound connection to a computer running Windows XP Professional.
    - Differentiate between security levels and appropriate use of authentication protocols supported by Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of using the Extensible Authentication Protocol (EAP) in Windows XP Professional.
    - Set a client authentication protocol in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of remote client data encryption configuration in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify Internet Explorer security settings for Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify characteristics of using the Remote Desktop feature of Windows XP Professional.
    - Configure a computer to enable the Remote Desktop feature of Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of the Stored User Names and Passwords feature of Windows XP Professional.

    Unit 2: Configuring Windows XP for Mobile Users 2 - 3 hours

    - Create a hardware profile for a mobile user in Windows XP Professional.
    - Select an optimal power scheme for a computer running Windows XP Professional.
    - Differentiate between characteristics of the standby and hibernation power-saving options available in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify the process for offline viewing of current-version files and folders in Windows XP Professional.
    - Configure a computer to use offline files and folders in Windows XP Professional.
    - Set the response to network disconnection of offline files on a computer running Windows XP Professional.
    - Configure a caching setting for an offline file in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify Offline Favorite Wizard options that can be selected when making a Web page available for offline use in Windows XP Professional.
    - Configure synchronization settings for an offline file in Windows XP Professional.

    Unit 3: Printers, Faxes, and Other Devices 2 hours

    - Identify Add Printer Wizard options that can be selected when manually installing a local printer in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify Add Printer Wizard options that can be selected when installing a network printer in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of configuring a network printer in Windows XP Professional.
    - Assign printer permissions in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of printer management in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify tasks in print job management in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify Fax Configuration Wizard options that can be selected when installing and configuring fax support in Windows XP Professional.
    - Match troubleshooting solutions with common problems arising when managing fax support in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify fax job management tasks performed in the Fax Console in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of modem configuration in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of Infrared Data Association (IrDA) device configuration in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of Universal Serial Bus (USB) device configuration in Windows XP Professional.
    - Identify features of Input/Output (I/O) device configuration in Windows XP Professional.
    - Match troubleshooting solutions with common problems arising when managing multiple monitors in Windows XP Professional.

    Course Access

    Each student has access to the course for a period of 6 months from the day of enrollment in the course.

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