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Course 2272C: Implementing and supporting Microsoft Windows XP professional - Module 11

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Course 2272C: Implementing and supporting Microsoft Windows XP professional - Module 11

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Module 11 - Supporting remote users. The following topics are covered in this module: Establishing remote access connections, connecting to virtual private networks, configuring authentication protocols and encryption, using remote desktop, storing user names and passwords to facilitate remote connections.

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  1. Module 11: Supporting Remote Users
  2. Overview Establishing Remote Access Connections Connecting to Virtual Private Networks Configuring Authentication Protocols and Encryption Using Remote Desktop Storing User Names and Passwords to Facilitate Remote Connections
  3. Lesson: Establishing Remote Access Connections Establishing Outbound Connections Exploring Hardware Options Creating a Direct Cable Connection Creating Dial-up and Broadband Connections Establishing a Remote Access Session Examining Data Transport Protocols Configuring Multilink Connections
  4. Establishing Outbound Connections Internet Connections  Dial-up and broadband connections using a modem, ISDN line, cable modem, or DSL modem Connections to Private Networks  Dial-up or VPN connections Advanced Connections  Direct cable connections
  5. Exploring Hardware Options PSTN X.25 ISDN Direct Connection Cable Modem
  6. Creating a Direct Cable Connection Client Server
  7. Creating Dial-up and Broadband Connections ISP Client Internet Server Remote Client Access Server
  8. Establishing a Remote Access Session Local Area Networ k LAN Protocols Remote Access Protocols Remote Access Server Internet Remote Access Client
  9. Examining Data Transport Protocols Remote LAN Access Protocols Protocols PPP TCP/IP SLIP (client only) NWLink RAS (Microsoft) Remote Remote Remote Access Access Access Protocols Client Server LAN Protocols
  10. Configuring Multilink Connections PPP Multilink A Remote Access Server B PPP Multilink with BAP A Remote Access Server B C Connection Switches on Demand
  11. Lesson: Connecting to Virtual Private Networks Examining Client Connections Configuring a Virtual Private Network Connection Configuring Virtual Private Network Protocols Configuring Inbound Connections
  12. Examining Client Connections Configuring a VPN connection Intranet Adapter Configuring VPN Corporate protocols Intranet Internet Adapter Internet Windows 2000 or Windows Server™ 2003 Tunnel VPN Remote Access Client
  13. Configuring a Virtual Private Network Connection
  14. Configuring Virtual Private Network Protocols PPTP L2TP Internetwork must be IP- Internetwork can be based based on IP, frame relay, X.25, or ATM No header compression Header compression No tunnel authentication Tunnel authentication Built-in PPP encryption IPSec encryption Internet Client PPTP or L2TP Server
  15. Configuring Inbound Connections Configuring Devices Enabling VPN Connections Configuring User Permissions Choosing and Configuring Network Software
  16. Lesson: Configuring Authentication Protocols and Encryption Standard Authentication Protocols Extensible Authentication Protocol Configuring Client Authentication Protocols Configuring Client Data Encryption
  17. Standard Authentication Protocols Protocol Security Use when A client and server cannot PAP Low negotiate using more secure validation A Shiva client calls in to a server SPAP Medium running Windows, or a Windows XP client calls in to a Shiva server CHAP High You have clients not running Microsoft operating systems You have clients running Windows NT Workstation 4.0 or MS-CHAP High later, or Microsoft Windows 95 or later You have dial-up clients running MS-CHAP Windows 2000 or later, or VPN High v2 clients running Windows NT 4.0 or Windows 98 or later
  18. Extensible Authentication Protocol Allows the client and server to negotiate the authentication method that they will use Supports authentication by using  MD5-CHAP  Transport Layer Security  Additional non-Microsoft authentication methods Ensures support of future authentication methods through an API
  19. Configuring Client Authentication Protocols
  20. Configuring Client Data Encryption
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