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Windows Server 2008
clip_image001 Introducing Branch Office Server in Windows Server 2008 (4 minutes)
This Snack describes the benefits that Windows Server 2008 provides for installing and maintaining a branch office network. It demonstrates the installation of a branch office network by using the new server core option. It also lists the benefits of Active Directory read-only domain controllers (RODCs) and BitLocker Drive Encryption.
clip_image002 Implementing Active Directory Domain Services in Windows Server 2008 (6 minutes)
This Snack describes the new options available in Windows Server 2008 for installing and configuring Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and auditing changes to it. It lists the features of read-only domain controllers (RODCs) and describes how to perform a non-authoritative or an authoritative restore of AD DS data.
clip_image003 Implementing Network Access Protection in Windows Server 2008 (7 minutes)
This Snack describes the benefits of implementing Network Access Protection (NAP) in Windows Server 2008. It describes how to configure network and health policies for various types of clients. It identifies the options for configuring Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) enforcement for NAP and demonstrates the steps for testing a NAP implementation with DHCP enforcement.
clip_image004 Implementing Windows Server 2008 Security (4 minutes)
This Snack examines and lists the features of Group Policy settings in Windows Server 2008. It demonstrates the steps for implementing Group Policy settings and the process of upgrading them. It also explains the purpose of security templates that can be imported into Group Policy settings.

For other Windows Server 2008 Learning Snacks, please visit:

http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/training/format-learning-snacks.aspx

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