Forefront Product Overview ; Forefront Client Security ; Microsoft Forefront Client Security Components.02/. Forefront Client Security Server Roles and Topologies
Forefront Client Security Server Roles ; Collection Server ; Collection Server DatabaseReporting Server ; Reporting Database Server ; Forefront Client Security Server Setup ; Role Installation Steps ; Server Topologies ; SQL Server Database Sizing ; Configuration Wizard, MOM Concepts ; Forefront Client Security Server Setup Troubleshooting.03/. Forefront Client Security Client
General Information ; Antimalware,MOM Agent ; Client Setup, Client Deployment Planning ; Forefront Client Security Client Deployment Methods ; Troubleshooting.04/. Forefront Client Security Management
Administration ; Administration Dashboard ; Forefront Client Security Policy Deployment ; Forefront Client Security Management Console Troubleshooting.
Reporting Services Overview ; Reporting Architecture, MOM Reporting ; Forefront Client Security Reports ; SQL Server Reporting Services Troubleshooting Alerts.06/. Security State Assessment
Security State Assessment ; SSA General Information ; SSA Architecture ; SSA Object Processor (OP) and Manifest Updates ; SSA Security Checks.07/. Submitting Malware to Microsoft for Analysis
Malware Submission ; Assisting Customers with Malware Submissions.08/. Closing
Antimalware Client Registry Settings ; Antimalware Errors ; PP Tracing ; Antimalware Events ; SSA Scan Event Log Events ; MOM Command Line Reference.
This course is intended for technical deployment specialists and senior-level administrators who manage a Microsoft Exchange Server or Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies infrastructure or security practice.
After completing this course, students will be able to: describe the Forefront Client Security components and architecture, and identify the different server roles, complete and troubleshoot the server setup process, identify various server topologies, and describe basic MOM concepts and the MOM agent, identify Forefront Client Security client component characteristics and describe the client setup and deployment processes, understand Forefront Client Security administration and user roles, Forefront Client Security Policy UI settings and policy deployments, and know how to troubleshoot the Management Console, understand the reporting services infrastructure used by Forefront Client Security, use Forefront Client Security reports and alerting services, and troubleshoot reporting procedures, describe the security state assessment (SSA) component of Forefront Client Security, and understand its architecture, describe the object processor and manifest update in SSA, review the SSA Security Check messages and results, review methods and procedures used to submit malware to Microsoft for analysis.
Before attending this course, students must have Windows Server certifications or deployment experience and be familiar with the Forefront product line: Client, Server, and Edge.