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MOAC Migration Kit

John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Microsoft Official Academic Course

IT Professional Series Program Migration

Table of Contents

Microsoft Official Academic Courses


About MOAC IT Professional Fact Sheet

MOAC IT Professional Series


Title Descriptions & Table of Contents MOAC Virtual Labs

Wiley Migration Resources


ICT Roadmap Poster MOAC Recommended Program Transition MOAC Sample Syllabi MOAC Sample Course Descriptions MOAC Text Instructor Resources

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Wiley Faculty Network

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Contact Information

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Microsoft Official Academic Course Program from Wiley: Ready-to-Teach Solutions

About MOAC

MOAC delivers the whole package The Microsoft Official Academic Course series is a complete program for instructors and institutions to prepare and deliver great courses on Microsoft software technologies. With MOAC, we recognize that, because of the rapid pace of change in the technology and curriculum developed by Microsoft, there is an ongoing set of needs beyond classroom instruction tools for an instructor to be ready to teach the course. MOAC endeavors to provide solutions for all these needs in a systematic manner in order to ensure a successful and rewarding course experience for both instructor and studenttechnical and curriculum training for instructor readiness with new software releases, the software itself for student use at home for building hands-on skills, assessment and validation of skill development, and a great set of tools for delivering instruction in the classroom and lab. All are important to the smooth delivery of an interesting course on Microsoft software, and all are provided with the Microsoft Official Academic Course program.
Instructor Readiness *Wiley Faculty Network Guest Lectures on technology, curriculum, and course tools Student Software *MSDN AA *Evaluation version of Windows Server 2008 *MOAC Virtual Labs Student Assessment *WileyPLUS- Interactive online textbook with practice cert exams Classroom Tools *Textbook/Lab Manual Package *MOAC Virtual Labs- Hosted online virtual labs *Wiley Desktop EditionsDownloadable e-books *CourseSmart Online Textbooks *Instructors Guide *Testbank *PowerPoint Presentations and Images Learning Validation *Prometric examination coupons

MOAC IT Professional Fact Sheet


FAQS Q: How does the new networking curriculum change from Windows Server 2003?

The MOAC IT Professional Series program covers courses on Microsoft software used by enterprise employees working to plan, design, implement, and administer the software infrastructure businesses use to run their network, websites, e-commerce sites, databases, email, intranet, and firewall.
Job titles for these courses are: support technician, network administrator, network engineer, and database administrator. Software covered in the MOAC IT Pro program is: Windows client, Windows Server, Exchange Server, and SQL Server, in the newest and previous version. Programs in schools may be called networking, network administration, desktop support, and sometimes help desk. All MOAC IT Pro products map to the Microsoft Unified Skills Domain (USD) for each technology, the same market researched curriculum for planning the certification exams and the rest of Microsofts training products.

A: The curriculum changes entirely and dramatically. There is no one to one mapping with current exams. Microsoft has a new strategy behind certification positioning which divides the learning objectives between basic technology focused skills in the MCTS exams, and job role focused skills in the MCITP exams. Please see the attached diagrams for curriculum recommendations.

Q: What will be in each MOAC course package? A: The textbook and lab manual each comes in the MOAC course.

Q: Will Microsoft continue to provide trial software with Server 2008 texts? A: There will be Server 2008 Evaluation software available with the books. In addition, Wiley can provide MSDN AA free for the first three years with an adoption of the new MOAC program products. Q: Will the MOAC IT Pro program include Virtual labs for Server 2008 A: Yes. For more details www.wiley.com/college/moacvl

70-620 Windows Vista Configuration 70-622 Supporting and Troubleshooting Application on a Microsoft Windows Vista Client for Enterprise Support Technicians 70-640: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration, Package

MOAC IT Professional titles: Windows Server 2008

70-642: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration, Package 70-643: Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration, Package 70-646: Windows Server 2008 Administrator, Package 70-647: Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Administrator, Package 70-236 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Configuration, Package 70-431: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Implementation and Maintenance MOAC Virtual Labs for 70-620, 70622, 70-640, 70-642, 70-643, 70-646, 70-236, 70-431

MOAC IT Professional Series 70-620 & 70-622


The MOAC IT Professional series is the Official from Microsoft, turn-key Workforce training program that leads to professional certification and was authored for college instructors and college students. MOAC gets instructors ready to teach and students ready for work by delivering essential resources in 5 key areas: Instructor readiness, student software, student assessment, instruction resources, and learning validation. With the Microsoft Official Academic course program, you are getting instructional support from Microsoft; materials that are current, accurate, and technologically innovative to make course delivery easy. Call one of our MOAC Sales Consultants and request your sample materials today.

70-620 Windows Vista Configuration ISBN: 978-0-470-06958-5 This Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) prepares the student for the new Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist examination, 70-620. Table of Contents 1. Introducing Windows Vista 2. Installing Windows Vista 3. Configuring System Settings 4. Working with Disks 5. Working with Users and Groups 6. Working with Drivers and Printers 7. Configuring Network Connectivity 8. Configuring Windows Vista Security 9. Configuring Windows Vista Applications 10. Optimizing Windows Vista Performance 11. Troubleshooting Windows Vista 12. Working with Mobile Computers

70-622 Supporting and Troubleshooting Application on a Microsoft Windows Vista Client for Enterprise Support Technicians ISBN: The latest publication in the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) series for IT Professionals, this course covers the Windows Vista client mapping to the new Microsoft Certified IT Professional examination 70-622 for Enterprise Support Technicians. Table of Contents 1. Deploying Windows Vista 2. Managing Windows Vista Security 3. Managing and Maintaining Systems that Run Windows Vista 4. Configuring and Troubleshooting Networking

MOAC IT Professional Series 70-640 & 70-642


70-640: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration, Package ISBN: 978-0-470-13330-9 Exam 70-640, Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration. The newest iteration of the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) program for network administration courses using Windows Server 2008 and mapping to the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) 70-640 certification exam. Table of Contents 1. Overview of Active Directory Domain Services 2. Implementing Active Directory 3. Working with Active Directory Sites 4. Global Catalog and Flexible Single Master Operations (FSMO) Roles 5. Active Directory Administration 6. Security Planning and Administrative Delegation 7. Introduction to Group Policy 8. Configuring the User and Computer Environment Using Group Policy 9. Performing Software Installation with Group Policy 10. Planning a Group Policy Management and Implementation Strategy 11. Active Directory Maintenance, Troubleshooting, and Disaster Recovery 12. Configuring Name Resolution and Additional Services 13. Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services

70-642: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration, Package ISBN: 978-0-470-13327-9 Exam 70-642, Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration. The newest iteration of the MOAC program for network administration courses using Windows Server 2008 and mapping to the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) 70-642 certification exam. Table of Contents 1. Introduction to Networking Concepts 2. Installing Microsoft Windows Server 2008 3. Configuring and Managing the DHCP Server Role 4. Configuring and Managing the DNS Server Role 5. Configuring Routing and Remote Access (RRAS) and Wireless Networking 6. Configuring File Services 7. Configuring Print Services 8. Maintaining and Updating Windows Server 2008 9. Securing Data Transmission and Authentication 10. Maintaining Network Health 11. Maintaining Windows Server 2008 File Services

MOAC IT Professional Series 70-643 & 70-646


70-643: Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration, Package ISBN: 978-0-470-13328-6 Exam 70-643, Windows Server 2008 Applications Platform Configuration. The newest iteration of the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) program for network administration courses using Windows Server 2008 and mapping to the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) 70-643 certification exam. Table of Contents 1. Deploying a Windows Server 2008 Application Server 2. Deploying a File Server 3. Deploying Fax and Print Servers 4. Deploying a Media Server 5. Deploying IIS Services 6. Deploying Web Applications 7. Securing Web Services 8. Using Terminal Services 9. Configuring Terminal Services Clients 10. Using the Terminal Services Gateway 11. Clustering and Virtualizing Servers 12. Managing and Monitoring Application Servers. Restoring Data.

70-646: Windows Server 2008 Administrator, Package ISBN: 978-0-470-13329-3 Exam 70-646, Windows Server 2008 Administrator. The newest iteration of the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) program for network administration courses using Windows Server 2008 and mapping to the Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP) 70-646 certification exam. Table of Contents 1. Planning Server Deployments 2. Planning Infrastructure Services 3. Planning an Active Directory Deployment 4. Planning Application Services 5. Planning File and Print Services 6. Planning Storage Solutions 7. Planning for High Availability 8. Planning Server and Network Security 9. Securing Infrastructure Services 10. Managing Servers 11. Monitoring Servers 12. Backing Up

MOAC IT Professional Series 70-647 & 70-236

70-647: Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Administrator, Package ISBN:

978-0-470-22490-8

Exam 70-647, Windows Server 2008 Enterprise Administrator. The newest iteration of the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) program for network administration courses using Windows Server 2008 and mapping to the Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional (MCITP) 70-647 certification exam.

70-236 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Configuration, Package ISBN: 978-0-470-31227-8 MOAC 70-236, Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Configuration. The newest iteration of the Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) program for network administration programs using teaching Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 and mapping to the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) 70-236 certification exam. Table of Contents 1. Exchange Server 2007 Basics 2. Working with Active Directory 3. Deploying Exchange Server 2007 4. Configuring a New Exchange Server 5. Working with Recipient Objects 6. Address Lists, Policies, and Bulk Management 7. Working with Public Folders 8. Configuring Email Protocols and Transport Rules 9. Configuring Security 10. Backing Up, Restoring, and Repairing Exchange 11. Monitoring Exchange 12. Providing for Mobile Access and Unified Messaging 13. Providing for High Availability

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MOAC IT Professional Series 70-431

70-431: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Implementation and Maintenance ISBN: 978-0-470-06966-0 Exam 70-431, SQL Server 2005 Implementation and Maintenance. The Microsoft Official Academic Course (MOAC) courses mapping to the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) 70-431 certification exam.

Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Installing Microsoft SQL Server 2005 3. Navigating SQL Server 2005 4. Datatypes 5. Databases 6. Tables 7. Performing Indexing and Full-Text Searching 8. Views 9. Constraints 10. Stored Procedures 11. Triggers 12. Functions 13. Transactions and Locks 14. Moving Data 15. XML Data 16. Permissions 17. Backing Up and Restoring 18. Maintaining and Automating SQL Server 19. Monitoring and Optimizing SQL Server 20. High-Availability Methods 21. Service Broker 22. Endpoints 23. Replication

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MOAC IT Professional Series Virtual Labs


MOAC Virtual Labs provide students with a hosted emulation environment for working in labs designed for use with the Microsoft Official Academic Course curriculum. These labs are the hands-on software experience that is critical for students to build the skills and knowledge they need for effective work with Windows Server 2008 on the job. Give them real experience with real software, freely exploring the full environment, instead of the prescribed task flow of simulations. MOAC Virtual labs simplify the implementation of your new network administration program by eliminating lab set up. All lab exercises are hosted on Microsoft servers. Only a browser and internet connection are required for their use. This will save your institution the expense of upgrading the hardware and the software in your lab. You will no longer need dedicated hard drives for each student. Students may log into their virtual lab from any machine. Distance learning is now a viable option for your IT Professional program.

70-620 Windows Vista Configuration with MOAC Virtual Lab ISBN: 978-0-470-46900-2 70-622 Supporting and Troubleshooting Application on a Microsoft Windows Vista Client for Enterprise Support Technicians with Virtual Lab ISBN: 978-0-470-47006-0 70-640: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration with Virtual Lab, Package ISBN: 978-0-470-47002-2 70-642: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration with Virtual Lab, Package ISBN: 978-0-470-47003-9 70-643: Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration with Virtual Lab, Package ISBN: 978-0-470-47005-3 70-646: Windows Server 2008 Administrator with MOAC Virtual Lab, Package ISBN: 978-0-470-46898-2 Coming this May: 70-236 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Configuration, Package with Virtual Lab ISBN: 978-0-470-50020-0 70-431: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Implementation and Maintenance ISBN: 978-0-470-50014-9

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Your Migration Resources:

MOAC ICT Curriculum Roadmap

MOAC IT Professional Server Migration Resources


MOAC Recommended Program Transition

MOAC Sample Syllabi

MOAC Sample Course Descriptions

MOAC Textbook Instructor Resources

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MOAC ICT Curriculum Roadmap

Created at Microsoft Learning for instructors and students, the Roadmap is a great aid to planning the training and skills validation strategy for careers with Microsoft technologies. This poster presents the updated career and certification paths for Microsoft technology, including Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. Download this on our website www.wiley.com/go/moac

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MOAC Recommended Program Transition

Windows XP to Vista Transition Two Year Program Recommendation

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MOAC Recommended Program Transition

Windows Server 2003 to Server 2008 Transition Two Year Program Recommendation

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MOAC Recommended Program Transition

Windows Server 03 to Server 08 Transition Four Year Program Recommendation

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MOAC Sample Syllabi


Sample Syllabi for various length terms

Syllabus Template: Course Number and Name: _____________________________________________ Semester or Term: ____________________________________________________ Instructor: ___________________________________________________________ Office Location: _______________________________________________________ Office Hours: _________________________________________________________ Office Telephone Number: ______________________________________________ Email: _______________________________________________________________

Course Description: This course prepares students to take and pass Microsoft Corporations certification test and becoming a Microsoft Certified Technical Specialist with an emphasis on Microsoft Corporations SQL Server 2005 and Implementation and Maintenance topics. Student Learning Outcomes: Through this course, students will be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Install and configure SQL Server 2005 Implement high availability and disaster recovery Support data consumers Maintain databases Monitor and troubleshoot SQL Server performance Create and implement database objects

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MOAC Sample Syllabi

Course Content: Part I: Getting Started Lesson 1: Introduction Lesson 2: Installing SQL Server 2005 Lesson 3: Navigating SQL Server Part II: Database Objects Lesson 4: Datatypes Lesson 5: Databases Lesson 6: Tables Lesson 7: Performing Indexing and Full-Test Searching Lesson 8: Views Part III: Managing Data Lesson 13: Transactions and Locks Lesson 14: Moving Data Lesson 15: XML Data Part IV: Data Integrity Lesson 16: Setting Permissions Lesson 17: Backing Up and Restoring Lesson 18: Automating Maintenance Part V: Special Features Lesson 21: Service Broker Lesson 22: Endpoints Lesson 23: Replication Lesson 19: Monitoring and Optimizing Lesson 20: High-Availability Methods Lesson 9: Constraints Lesson 10: Stored Procedures Lesson 11: Triggers Lesson 12: Functions

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MOAC Sample Syllabi

Required Textbook: Microsoft Official Academic Course 70-431, Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Implementation and Maintenance published by John Wiley & Sons.

Prerequisites: Understand Database Concepts This book provides information on using Microsoft SQL Server 2005 and learning the skills needed to implement and maintain this particular RDBMS. This course teaches the mechanics of how to create and manage your database. Consider taking an introductory information systems course first, if you are unfamiliar with why you need to: Create a table Normalize to the third level Diagram entity relationships Create parent-child links Design an analysis services solution Understand Structured Query Language Constructs This course presumes a working knowledge of the structured query language (SQL). This course presents Transact-SQL code and you must be able to modify syntax appropriately to meet your specific business needs. Consider taking an introductory SQL programming course first, if you are unfamiliar with how to code solutions for the following requirements: Return all rows and all columns from two or more tables Change the table data based on a given attribute condition Prepare an annual report from data stored in twelve unique monthly tables Change the date format from 21 July 2008 to 7/21/08 Create a query when an important test value is unknowable prior to runtime Have Proficiency in a Windows operating system SQL Server only executes in a Windows operating system environment. Consider taking an introductory course to Windows XP, Vista or Windows Server 2003 (or newer), if you are unfamiliar with how to: Create a new user or group and apply appropriate permissions Change a user password and add the user to a specified group Read the contents of the Event Viewer Test for and set an alert for approaching low disk space Create a shared printer and set permissions allowing only one remote connection at a time

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MOAC Sample Course Descriptions

Sample course programs using MOAC for the New Server 2008:

Network Administrator Program: http://www.scc.losrios.edu/x12979.xml#Network%20Administration Computer Networking and Electronics Technology courses: http://www.foothill.edu/schedule/catalog.php Enter Computer Networking and Electronics in the department field of the searchable catalog.

Networking Services Technology Program: https://sisvsr.mdc.edu/ps/sheet.aspx?pgm=25061

CIT Program http://www.butlercc.edu/Catalog/2008-09_catalog/compit.pdf Page 54 of the catalog

Computer Information Systems Microsoft Networking Professional Program http://www.baker.edu/departments/admissions/currCatalog.pdf Please see pages 44, 45, and 195.

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MOAC Instructor Resources

Gain Access to the rich tools and resources available for the following courses:
70-640: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration, Package http://bcs.wiley.com/he-bcs/Books?action=index&itemId=0470133309&bcsId=4316

70-642: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration, Package http://bcs.wiley.com/he-bcs/Books?action=index&itemId=0470133279&bcsId=4423

70-643: Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure Configuration, Package http://bcs.wiley.com/he-bcs/Books?action=index&itemId=0470133287&bcsId=4381

70-646: Windows Server 2008 Administrator, Package http://bcs.wiley.com/he-bcs/Books?action=index&itemId=0470133295&bcsId=4673 70-236 Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Configuration, Package http://he-cda.wiley.com/WileyCDA/HigherEdTitle/productCd-0470312270.html 70-431: Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Implementation and Maintenance http://bcs.wiley.com/he-bcs/Books?action=index&itemId=047006966X&bcsId=4278

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www.wherefacultyconnect.com
The Faculty Network facilitates the exchange of best practices, connects teachers with technology, and helps to enhance instructional efficiency and effectiveness. Activities of the network include technology training and tutorials, virtual seminars, peerto-peer exchanges of experiences and ideas, personalized consulting, and sharing of resources.

The Wiley Faculty Network Brings You:


Microsoft Updates are the first step when getting ready to teach courses about new Microsoft technologies. These virtual seminars are developed and frequently delivered by the program and product managers at Microsoft who are developing the software and curricula that can greatly impact what your courses cover and how they cover it. Training Archives are available anytime at www.wiley.com/college/wfn/seminars/disclandMicrosoft .html Upcoming Guest Lecture: Creating Your New Windows Server 2008 Curriculum: The Microsoft ICT Curriculum Roadmap Presenter: Brian Bridson, Baker College of Flint Tuesday, 14 April 2009 at 4:00 pm Eastern Time Duration 1 hour Monday, 27 April 2009 at 4:00 pm Eastern Time Duration 1 hour Register at www.wherefacultyconnect.com

Connect with Best Practices and Fresh Perspectives The Faculty Network website features a range of resources contributed by faculty who have successfully applied technology to their classes, including: best practices, teaching and learning websites, showcase courses, and step-by-step tutorials on various technologies.

Connect with a Colleague Faculty Network mentors are faculty like you, from educational institutions around the country, who are passionate about enhancing instructional efficiency and effectiveness through best practices. You can engage a faculty mentor in an online conversation by clicking the FIND A MENTOR button at the top of this page.

Participate in a Faculty-Led Online Seminar The Faculty Network provides you with virtual seminars led by full-time faculty. All you need to participate in a virtual seminar is highspeed internet access and a phone line.

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Contact MOAC

Call: 1-888-764-7001 Email: MOAC@wiley.com

www.wiley.com/go/moac

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