The Symantec Encryption Management Server 3.3 and Desktop 10.3 Administration course is designed to provide you with the fundamental knowledge and handson lab experience to install, administer, and troubleshoot the Symantec Encryption Management Server 3.3 and primary client product. The hands-on labs include exercises for installation and configuration of the Symantec Encryption Management Server and Symantec Encryption Desktop products, including policy-based messaging security, manual and directory-style user and group management, and Symantec Encryption Desktop policy and usage, including for the Symantec Encryption Whole Disk Encryption product. The course also covers troubleshooting of Symantec Encryption Desktop, including installation and enrollment problems, Symantec Encryption Whole Disk Encryption, and common files and services that may need to be manipulated or repaired. Additionally, you are introduced to the following Symantec Encryption products: Key Management Services, Symantec Encryption Mobile, Symantec Encryption iOS Viewer and Endpoint Device Control.
- Describe the features, concepts, components, and terminology of both the Symantec Encryption Management Server 3.3 and Symantec Encryption Desktop 10.3 products.
- Install Symantec Encryption Management Server 3.3 and complete setup using the most commonly configured options.
- Install a managed and customized Symantec Encryption Desktop 10.3 client.
- Configure, complete administration tasks for, and use Symantec Encryption Whole Disk Encryption and other Symantec Encryption Desktop features.
- Configure policy-based messaging security for internal and external recipients.
- Create and modify users, user policies, and groups using either manual or directory integration methods.
- Combine two or more Symantec Encryption Management Server into a cluster
Who Can Benefit
This course is intended for those responsible for the installation,configuration, maintenance, or troubleshooting of Symantec Encryption Management Server or Symantec Encryption Desktop.
An understanding of information security concepts and terminology helps you succeed in this course. Also, this course requires familiarity with networking, computing concepts and some Linux command line. Symantec recommends that students taking this course have at least one year of information technology experience.