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Chapter 2. Analyzing an Existing Infrastructure

Chapter 2. Analyzing an Existing Infrastructure

Exam Objectives in this Chapter:

  • Identify network topology and performance levels

    • Identify constraints in the current network infrastructure

    • Interpret current baseline performance requirements for each major subsystem

  • Analyze existing network operating system implementation

    • Identify the existing domain model

    • Identify the number and location of domain controllers on the network

    • Identify the configuration details of all servers on the network (server types might include primary domain controllers, backup domain controllers, file servers, print servers, and Web servers)

  • Analyze the impact of Active Directory on the existing technical environment

    • Analyze interoperability requirements

    • Analyze the current level of service within an existing technical environment

    • Analyze the current network administration model

    • Analyze network requirements

  • Analyze security requirements for the Active Directory directory service

    • Analyze current security policies, standards, and procedures

    • Identify the impact of Active Directory on the current security infrastructure

    • Identify the existing trust relationships

  • Analyze the impact of the infrastructure design on the existing technical environment.

    • Analyze hardware and software requirements

    • Analyze interoperability requirements

    • Analyze current level of service within the existing technical environment

    • Analyze network requirements


  

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