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70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services

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Overview:

Do you want to climb the career ladder and make job role decisions around configuring Windows Server 2012 series?

The 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services course is a three part series where you will learn to configure tasks necessary to deploy, maintain and manage Windows Server 2012 infrastructure. This course will validate your skills and knowledge necessary to provisioning services to list down just a few.

The course will enhance your IT skills and improve your knowledge. It will provide you with the best opportunity to get hands-on experience and be able to use your skills in a corporate IT environment.

Course Content

The course content covers a broad range of topics on how to configure network load balancing, configure failover clustering, manage virtual machine movement, configuring and managing backups, recovery servers, configure advance file services, implement dynamic access control, and configuring sites.

We offer hundreds of practice questions, simulated certification exams and extensive study material. Our latest practice exam online can be your first step to gain Microsoft certification and help you pass the exam 100%.

We recommend that learners review the exam preparation tutorial and become familiar with the resources before scheduling the exam. In addition, you can enjoy extra time that comes with the flexibility of the course which lets you train and study at your own pace.

The course is internationally recognised and accredited to a training organisation and you will be issued an internationally recognised qualification following full completion of 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services   course.

Why consider 1Training?

As improvements and advancements are made in technology, online courses are no longer just conventional means of studying at affordable costs. In many aspects online training offers superiority to traditional learning. There is an effectiveness and convenience that traditional learning cannot provide. The overall convenience and flexibility makes it a superior learning method.

1Training offers the most convenient path to gain an internationally recognised qualification that will give you the opportunity to put into practice your skill and expertise in an enterprise or corporate environment. You can study at your own pace at 1Training and you will be provided with all the necessary material, tutorials, qualified course instructor and multiple free resources which include Free CV writing pack, Nus Discounted Card, Free career support and course demo to make your learning experience more rewarding.

What are the entry requirements?

The exam is part 3 of a series of 3 exams that will test your skills and knowledge to use Windows Server 2012 structure in an enterprise environment. Completing this exam along with two other exams confirm you have the skills and knowledge for implementing, maintaining, managing Windows Server 2012 infrastructure. The other exams are,

  • 70-410
  • 70-411

Key points of the course

  • Learners can enjoy in-depth training by a Microsoft qualified instructor
  • Repeat or rewind all your lectures
  • This gives you all the benefit of hands-on training with the flexibility of doing it at your convenience 24/7

This Course is intended for?

  • IT professionals with hands-on experience in Windows Server 2012
  • Students who want to acquire deep technical knowledge in Windows Server 2012
  • Learners who want to be MCSE certified
  • Technical assistants looking to use Windows Server 2012 series in their enterprise and find more effective ways to perform current functions
  • Anyone who is interested in expanding their knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server 2012

Learning Outcomes?

  • Configure and manage high availability
  • Configure file and storage solution
  • Implement business continuity and disaster recovery
  • Configure network services
  • Configure active directory infrastructure
  • onfigure identity and access solutions

Course Curriculum

  • Module 01: Network Services
  • Module 02: High Availability
  • Module 03: Hyper-V And High Availability
  • Module 04: Active Directory
  • Module 05: Active Directory Federation Services
  • Module 06: File And Storage Services
  • Module 07: Business Continuity And Disaster Recovery
  • Module 08: Active Directory Certificate Services
  • Module 09: Active Directory Rights Management Services

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you will have unlimited access 24/7. You have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course, and you can do it from anywhere, anytime.

Assessment

You will be tested on your ability to accomplish technical tasks listed under Learning Outcomes. Microsoft has written out these categories and assigned a percentage to each one. The percentage represents the weight they carry within the exam.

At the end of the course learners will be assessed by an official exam. Please note that we do not provide the official exam, which you will need to purchase separately. You can purchase the exam here: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-70-412.aspx

Certification

Those who successfully complete the exam will be awarded a certificate in 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services.

Awarding Body

The certificate will be awarded by Microsoft. You can make your CV standout with an internationally recognised qualification and employers will be encouraged to see how you have expanded your skills in your chosen field.

Career Path and Salary

Once you successfully complete the exam you will be qualified to become a Support IT Technician, IT Administrator and System Administrator and can work for a number of IT enterprises. The qualification will also put you in line to demand a higher salary or job promotion. The average UK salary for an IT Administrator is £24,631 per year according to https://www.payscale.com.

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

Course Curriculum Total Units : 382
➤ Module 01: Network Services
1.1 Demo – Navigation in Windows Server 2012
1.2 DHCP – Definition and Purpose
1.3 Components of DHCP Server
1.4 Components of Scopes
1.5 DHCP Lease Process
1.6 DHCP Options
1.7 DNS Integration
1.8 Super Scopes and Multinetting
1.9 Demo – Create a Super Scope
1.10 Multicast Scopes
1.11 DHCPv6
1.12 DHCPv6 Regional Registries
1.13 Demo – Configuring DHCP Scope
1.14 DHCP Name Protection
1.15 Demo – Enable DHCP Name Protection
1.16 DNS Solutions
1.17 Basics of DNS Permissions
1.18 DNS Logging
1.19 Demo – Configuring DNS Debug Logging
1.20.DNS Security
1.21 DNSSEC
1.22 DNSSEC Overview
1.23 Deploying DNSSEC
1.24 DNSSEC Zone Signing Wizard
1.25 Improvements to DNSSEC Windows Server 2012 R2
1.26 Resource Records
1.27 Signing the Zone
1.28 Demo – Deploying DNSSEC
1.29 DNS Cache Locking
1.30 Demo – DNS Cache Locking
1.31 DNS Socket Pool
1.32 Demo – DNS Socket Pool
1.33 DNS Aging and Scavenging
1.34 Maintaining DNS Database
1.35 Demo – Maintaining DNS Database
1.36 Name Resolution Optimization
1.37 Creating Stub Zones
1.38 Global Names Zone
1.39 Demo – Create Global Names Zone
1.40 Demo – Add Alias Global Names Zone
1.41 IPAM (IP Address Management)
1.42 IPAM and DHCP
1.43 Role Based Access Control
1.44 Role Based Access Control Roles Provided by Default
1.45 IPAM Monitoring
1.46 VMM and System Center 2012 Integration
1.47 IPAM Prerequisites
1.48 Hardware & Software Requirements Server 2012
1.49 Hardware & Software Requirements Server 2008/2008 R2
1.50 IPAM Abilities
1.51 IPAM Database Support
1.52 IPAM Users and Groups
1.53 IPAM Modules
1.54 IPAM Deployment Methods
1.55 IPAM Components
1.56 Provisioning for IPAM
1.57 Manual Provisioning for IPAM
1.58 GPO Provisioning
1.59 Views of IP Address Space
1.60 Monitoring and Managing IPAM
1.61 Migrating IPAM to Windows Server 2012
1.62 Using PowerShell with IPAM
1.63 Demo – Installing IPAM
1.64 Demo – Configuring IPAM
1.65 Adding Address Space to IPAM
1.66 Adding IP Address Block to IPAM
1.67 Adding IP Address Subnet to IPAM
1.68 Adding IP Address Range to IPAM
1.69 Adding IP Address to IPAM
1.70 Importing and Updating Address Spaces
1.71 Text File Examples
1.72 Module 01 Review
➤ Module 02: High Availability
2.1 NLB – Network Load Balancing
2.2 NLB Uses
2.3 NLB Prerequisites
2.4 How NLB Works
2.5 Server Failures & NLB
2.6 NLB PowerShell Cmdlets
2.7 NLB Port Rules
2.8 Configuring NLB Networks
2.9 Using NLB with VMs
2.10 Upgrading NLB Clusters
2.11 Demo – Implementing NLB Clusters
2.12 Demo – Configuring NLB Affinity and Port Rules
2.13 Securing NLB
2.14 Server 2012 Failover Clustering
2.15 Windows Server 2012 R2 Failover Clustering
2.16 Clustering and High Availability
2.17 Depreciated Cluster Features
2.18 Storage Options
2.19 CSV – Cluster Shared Volumes
2.20 CSV – Clustered Shared Volumes
2.21 Network Considerations | CSV
2.22 Windows Requirements for Failover Cluster
2.23 Infrastructure Requirements
2.24 Failover Clustering – Quorum
2.25 Failover Clustering: Hardware Requirements
2.26 Clustering and Hyper-V Hardware Requirements
2.27 Quorum | Definitions
2.28 Quorum Witness
2.29 Quorum Configuration Options
2.30 Quorum Modes
2.31 Failover Cluster Networks
2.32 Cluster Networking
2.33 Demo – Create a Cluster
2.34 Multi-Site Failover Cluster
2.35 Configuring Multi-Site Failover Clusters
2.36 Configuring Applications and Services
2.37 Procedure Reference: Installing Clustering Server Roles
2.38 Demo – Deploying Highly Available Servers
2.39 Cluster Aware Updating
2.40 Common Cluster Management Tasks
2.41 Management Tools
2.42 Backing up Clusters
2.43 Restoring a Cluster
2.44 DHCP Failover
2.45 Configuring DHCP Failover
2.46 DHCP Failover Modes
2.47 Demo – Configuring DHCP Failover
2.48 DHCP MCLT Parameters
2.49 Module 02 Review
➤ Module 03: Hyper-v And High Availability
3.1 High Availability | Host Clustering
3.2 New Features Server 2012 VM Host Clustering
3.3 Prerequisites for Hyper-V Clusters Server Hardware and Software
3.4 Prerequisites: Network Infrastructure Requirements
3.5 Procedure Reference: Configuring Failover Clustering
3.6 Components of Hyper-V Clusters
3.7 High Availability | Guest Clustering
3.8 Windows Server 2012 R2 Shared Virtual Disk
3.9 Shared Virtual Disks in Guest Clusters
3.10 SMB 3.0 for Virtual Machines
3.11 Scale-Out File Server
3.12 High Availability | Network Load Balancing
3.13 Cluster Shared Volumes (CSVs)
3.14 Failover Process
3.15 VM Failover and Preference Settings
3.16 Virtual Machine Manager | System Center 2012
3.17 VMM Components
3.18 VMM 2012 Prerequisites
3.19 What is VMM?
3.20 Enhancements with Server 2012 R2
3.21 How to Deploy Virtual Machines with VMM
3.22 ODX Capable Storage for VM’s
3.23 P2V Migration
3.24 V2V Migration
3.25 Migration Methods
3.26 Virtual Machine and Storage Migration
3.27 Live Migration
3.28 Quick Migration
3.29 Hyper-V Replica
3.30 Demo – Implementing Hyper-V Replica
3.31 Hyper-V Replica Components
3.32 Hyper-V Replica Prerequisites
3.33 Importing & Exporting
3.34 Demo – Importing Virtual Machines
3.35 Demo – Exporting Virtual Machines
3.36 Module 03 Review
➤ Module 04: Active Directory
4.1 AD DS
4.2 AD DS Domain Boundaries
4.3 AD DS Forest Boundary
4.4 Multi-Domain Configuration
4.5 Multiple Forest Configuration
4.6 DNS Recommendations
4.7 Demo – Install AD DS
4.8 Demo – Installing a New Domain in a New Forest
4.9 Domain Functional Levels
4.10 UPNs
4.11 Demo – Functional Levels and UPNs
4.12 Demo – Configuring Trusts
4.13 Upgrading Domain Controllers
4.14 Restructure and Migration
4.15 Pre-Migration Steps
4.16 SID-History Attribute
4.17 Restructure & Migration Steps
4.18 Trust Relationships
4.19 SID Filtering | Selected Authentication
4.20 AD DS Partitions
4.21 AD DS Replication
4.22 AD Sites and Replication
4.23 Conflicts | Replication
4.24 Replication Topology
4.25 RODC Replication
4.26 RODC Replication Options
4.27 SYSVOL Replication
4.28 DFS Replication
4.29 AD DS Sites
4.30 Demo – Creating Additional Sites
4.31 Replication in Same Site
4.32 Site Replication in Between Sites
4.33 Demo – Moving Servers Between Sites
4.34 AD and SYSVOL Replication
4.35 ISTG – Intersite Topology Generator
4.36 AD DS Site Links
4.37 Demo – Site Links
4.38 Site Link Bridging
4.39 Site Link Costs
4.40 Demo – Configuring AD DS Intersite Replication
4.41 Universal Group Membership Caching
4.42 Demo – Configuring RODC Replication Policies
4.43 Managing Replication
4.44 Demo – Using Replication Tools: DC Diag
4.45 Demo – Using Replication Tools: Rep Admin
4.46 SRV Resource Records for Domain Controllers
4.47 SRV Record Contents
4.48 Service Record Example
4.49 Locating a Login Server
4.50 Integrating Cloud Services
4.51 Azure Considerations
4.52 Implementing Azure
4.53 Complex AD DS Environments
4.54 Module 04 Review
➤ Module 05: Active Directory Federation Services
5.1 AD FS
5.2 Authentication Policies
5.3 Multi-Factor Authentication
5.4 AD FS Claim Rules
5.5 Claims Provider Trusts
5.6 Claims Based Identity
5.7 Web Services
5.8 New Features to Server 2012
5.9 SSO within Organization
5.10 SSO Business to Business
5.11 Prerequisites for AD FS
5.12 Certificate Requirements
5.13 AD FS Components
5.14 Demo – Install AD Federation Services Role
5.15 Multi-Factor Access Control in AD FS
5.16 Multi-Factor Access Control in AD FS with Windows Server 2012 R2
5.17 Claim Types Available in AD FS with Windows Server 2012 R2
5.18 AD and Workplace Join
5.19 Device Registration Service
5.20 Accessing Web Application before Workplace Join your Device
5.21 Workplace Joining Your Windows Device
5.22 Workplace Joining Your iOS Device
5.23 Module 05 Review
➤ Module 06: File And Storage Services
6.1 Work Folders
6.2 Work Folder Functionality
6.3 BranchCache
6.4 SMB Server 2012 R2 Enhancements
6.5 BranchCache Requirements
6.6 BranchCache Server Settings
6.7 BranchCache Client Settings
6.8 Demo – Configure Client Firewall Rules
6.9 Demo – Implementing BranchCache
6.10 Demo – Simulate Slow Link to Branch Office
6.11 Enabling Distributed Cache Mode or Hosted Cache Mode
6.12 Discretionary Access Control
6.13 DAC Scenarios
6.14 DAC Claims
6.15 Resource Properties
6.16 Accessing Resources with DAC
6.17DAC Requirements
6.18 Enabling Support in AD DS KDC
6.19 Creating Claims
6.20 Creating Resource Properties
6.21 Central Access Control Rules
6.22 Demo – Enable File Share for BranchCache
6.23 Demo – Configure BranchCache for Branch Office
6.24 File Server Resource Manager
6.25 Demo – Installing FSRM
6.26 File Classification
6.27 File Classification Properties
6.28 File Classification Rules Properties
6.29 Demo – Implementing DAC
6.30 Demo – Resource Property Definitions
6.31 Demo – Configure Central Access Rules and Policies
6.32 Demo – Configure Central Access Denied
6.33 Demo – Manual Classification
6.34 Demo – Publish Central Group Policy
6.35 Optimizing Classification Management
6.36 Storage Optimization Features
6.37 iSCSI
6.38 iSCSI Components
6.39 iSCSI Security Components
6.40 Demo – Configure iSCSI
6.41 Demo – iSCSI Powershell
6.42 Demo – Bring a New Volume Online
6.43 Module 06 Review
➤ Module 07: Business Continuity And Disaster Recovery
7.1 Disaster Recovery Requirements
7.2 Service Level Agreements
7.3 Recovery Plans
7.4 Data Recovery
7.5 Service Recovery
7.6 Full Server Recovery
7.7 Site Recovery
7.8 Backup Types
7.9 Backup Technologies
7.10 VSS Admin
7.11 Backup Planning
7.12 Backup Security
7.13 Windows Server Backup
7.14 Demo – Installing and Using Windows Server Backup
7.15 Demo – Create a Scheduled Backup
7.16 Options | Windows Backup
7.17 Options | Recovery Wizard
7.18 System Restore
7.19 Demo – Restoring Files Using Windows Server Backup
7.20 Windows Azure Online Backup
7.21 Demo – Windows Azure Backup
7.22 Data Protection Manager (DPM)
7.23 Installing DPM
7.24 Demo – Installing DPM
7.25 Single Instance Storage
7.26 Windows RE
7.27 Windows RE Entry Points
7.28 Windows Setup and Windows RE
7.29 Demo – Windows RE Entry Points
7.30 Safe Boot
7.31 Demo – Safe Boot
7.32 Boot Configuration Data Store
7.33 Module 07 Review
➤ Module 08: Active Directory Certificate Services
8.1 AD CS
8.2 SSL Certificates
8.3 Configuring SSL Certificates
8.4 SSL Certificate Issued from Internal CA
8.5 Purchasing SSL Certificate
8.6 Using Certificates for Digital Signatures
8.7 Certificates and EFS
8.8 Certificates for Authentication
8.9 PKI Definitions
8.10 Certificate Services Infrastructure
8.11 AD CS Server Role
8.12 New Features AD CS Server 2012
8.13 Private CA
8.14 Public CA
8.15 CA Hierarchies
8.16 Standalone CA
8.17 Demo – Deploying Standalone Root CA
8.18 Enterprise CA
8.19 Demo – Deploying an Enterprise Root CA
8.20 Root CA Considerations
8.21 Offline Root CA Considerations
8.22 Demo – Deploying Root CA Servers
8.23 Subordinate CA Deployment
8.24 Demo – Subordinate CA Deployment
8.25 CAPolicy.inf
8.26 AIA | CDP
8.27 Certificate Templates
8.28 Template Settings | Users
8.29 Template Settings | Computers
8.30 Template Permissions
8.31 Certificate Template Versions Available in Server
8.32 Demo – Modify and Enable Certificate Templates
8.33 Demo – Configure Certificate Templates
8.34 Certificate AutoEnrollment
8.35 Demo – Configure AutoEnrollment
8.36 Demo – Verify AutoEnrollment
8.37 Manual Enrollment
8.38 CA Web Enrollment
8.39 Enrollment on Behalf
8.40 Demo – Restricted Enrollment Agent
8.41 Credential Roaming
8.42 Network Device Enrollment Service
8.43 Certificate Revocation
8.44 Demo – Certificate Revocation Location
8.45 Online Responders
8.46 Demo – Configuring Online Responder
8.47 Demo – Updating Web Server Certificates
8.48 Losing Recovery Keys
8.49 Key Recovery Agents (KRA)
8.50 Demo – Key Recovery
8.51 New Functionality with Certificates in Windows Server 2012
8.52 CA Administration
8.53 Policy Module and Exit Module
8.54 Module 08 Review
➤ Module 09: Active Directory Rights Management Services
9.1 AD RMS
9.2 RMS Examples
9.3 AD RMS Client Requirements
9.4 AD RMS Licensing Requirements
9.5 Demo – Installing ADRMS
9.6 Components
9.7 Temporary RAC’s
9.8 RMS Process
9.9 Creating AD RMS Cluster
9.10 Policy Rights Templates
9.11 Demo – AD RMS Templates
9.12 Template Offline Use
9.13 Super Users Group
9.14 Enabling External Users and AD RMS Access
9.15 Back up AD RMS
9.16 Decommission AD RMS
9.17 Module 09 Review
9.18 Course Closure
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