The Windows Server family is constantly introducing new areas for the IT auditor to review, Windows Server 2008 brought new control features such as granular audit policies and new password controls. Windows Server Core (new with the Server 2008 range) brings new challenges for the auditor - how do you audit a version of Windows that doesn't have a graphical desktop?
In this intensive practical course, you will learn how to plan and carry out an audit of a Windows Server-based installation. Each student will be provided with their own Windows workstation and a range of Windows Server software tools to use, including software intended for the use of systems administrators, and not normally provided to a Windows user. We will cover Windows 2008 with a look at Windows 2012 to ensure that you'll be fully up to date no matter what mix of systems your company's data centre may be using!
At the end of the event, you will have all the essential knowledge required to conduct a successful Windows Server audit.