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70-417 Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012

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Overview:

The 70-417 Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012 course prepares learners real world mastery of the core infrastructure services of Windows Server 2012. This exam is an upgrade of three standalone exams which include 70-410, 70-411 and 70-412. The course validates skills related to core technology features and functionality.

The 70-417 Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012 course covers a broad range of topics like how to install and configure servers, deploy, manage and maintain servers, configure network services and access, configure and manage high availability, configure identity and access solutions. Learners will also gain an understanding of Hyper-V, administer Active Directory and configure network policy server infrastructure.

The course is internationally recognised and accredited to a training organisation and you will be issued an internationally recognised qualification following full completion of the 70-417 Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012 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 enriching and more rewarding.

Learning Outcomes?

  • Learn how to configure and manage Active Directory
  • Configure file and storage solutions
  • Group policy and high availability Gain information in Windows Server 2012 R2
  • Configure network services implement
  • business continuity and disaster recovery

Course Curriculum

  • Module 01: Install and Configure Servers
  • Module 02: Configure Server Roles and Features
  • Module 03: Configure Hyper:V
  • Module 04: Install and Administer Active Directory
  • Module 05: Deploy, Manage, and Maintain Servers
  • Module 06: Configure Network Services and Access
  • Module 07: Configure a Network Policy Server Infrastructure
  • Module 08: Configure and Manage Active Directory
  • Module 09: Configure and Manage Group Policy
  • Module 10: Configure and Manage High Availability
  • Module 11: Configure File and Storage Solutions
  • Module 12: Implement Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
  • Module 13: Configure Network Services
  • Module 14: Configure Identity and Access Solutions

Access Duration

The course will be directly delivered to you, and you have 12 months access to the online learning platform from the date you joined the course.  The course is self-paced and you can complete it in stages, revisiting the lectures at anytime.

This Course is intended for?

  • IT Professionals
  • System Administrators
  • Network Administrators
  • Those looking to enhance their skills in MCSA Windows Server 2012
  • Individuals with background in MCSA Server architecture
  • Anyone who is interested in expanding their knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server

Entry Requirements

This course is recommended for learners knowledgeable in Windows Server 2012 and network infrastructure.  And IT professionals who want to validate their knowledge and skills necessary to implement Windows Server 2012 core infrastructure services.

Assessment

You will be tested on your ability to accomplish technical tasks listed under the Course Curriculum. There is a percentage that indicates the weight of each major topic on the exam as stated in the official website.

As it is an official exam, learners will have to purchase it separately on the relevant website.

Certification

Those who successfully complete the exam will be awarded a certificate in 70-417 Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012.

Awarding Body

The certificate will be awarded by Microsoft. This internationally recognised qualification will make your CV standout and encourage employers to see your motivation at expanding your skills and knowledge in the IT enterprise.

Career Path and Salary

Once you successfully complete 70-417 Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012 you will be qualified to work in the following positions. The 70-417 Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012 qualification will also put you in line to demand a higher salary or job promotion. The average UK salary per annum according to https://www.payscale.com is given below.

  • Network Engineer – £30,553 per annum
  • System Administrators – £25,422 per annum
  • Server Administrator – £31,335 per annum
  • Information Security Analyst – £34,906 per annum
  • Network Administrator – £25,250 per annum

Other Benefits

  • Written and designed by the industry’s finest expert instructors with over 15 years of experience
  • Repeat and rewind all your lectures and enjoy a personalised learning experience
  • Gain access to quality video tutorials
  • Unlimited 12 months access from anywhere, anytime
  • Excellent Tutor Support Service (Monday to Friday)
  • Save time and money on travel
  • Learn at your convenience and leisure
  • Quizzes, tests mock exams, practice exams to ensure you are 100% ready
  • Eligible for a NUS discount card
  • Free Career Support Service
  • 25% Discount on personal Statement and covering letter writing service
  • Free Access to Over 150 courses for 2 days (48 hours)
  • Free access to course before you purchase (For selected courses only)

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 : 607
1: Install and Configure Servers
1.1. Install and Configure Servers
1.1.1 On Premise vs. Cloud
1.1.2 Common Cloud Computing
1.1.3 Cloud Computing
1.1.4 Local Resources Provided to Clients
1.1.5 Windows Server 2012 Editions
1.1.6 Server 2012 Server Roles
1.1.7 Features with Windows Server 2012
1.1.8 Server Core
1.1.9 Installation Options
1.1.10 Install Options Integrated
1.1.11 Media Formats
1.1.12 Windows DS
1.1.13 Other Install Options
1.1.14 Demo – Installing Windows 2012 Enterprise
1.1.15 Windows Server Installation
1.1.16 Server Upgrades
1.1.17 Server Migration
1.1.18 Minimum Hardware Requirements
1.1.19 Installation Steps
1.1.20 Post Server Installation Tasks – Round One
1.1.21 Demo – Introduction to Server Manager
1.1.22 Windows Activation
1.1.23 Offline Domain Join
1.1.24 Post Server Installation Tasks – Round Two
1.1.25 Using PowerShell to Manage Servers
1.1.26 Resources Utilization by Using Features on Demand
1.1.27 Features on Demand – Order of Search
1.1.28 How to Override Features on Demand (Default Behavior)
1.1.29 Removing Feature Files
1.1.30 Migrate Roles from Previous Versions of Windows Server
1.1.31 Supported Operation Systems (Source)
1.1.32 Module 01 Review
2: Configure Server Roles and Features
2.1. Configure Server Roles and Features
2.1.1 Server Manager
2.1.2 Demo – Add Roles Server Manager
2.1.3 Demo – Event Viewer
2.1.4 Demo – Best Practice Analyzer
2.1.5 Administrative Tools Available
2.1.6 Demo – Administrative Tools Available
2.1.7 Enabling Remote Management
2.1.8 Delegate Administration
2.1.9 Delegation Planning
2.1.10 Demo – Delegation of Domain Administration
2.1.11 Advanced Services
2.1.12 Configuring NIC Teaming
2.1.14 802.11ac Support
2.1.15 Netsh Commands with Windows Server 2012 R2
2.1.16 Wired and Wireless Ethernet Access Passwords
2.1.17 Demo – Installing Server Core
2.1.18 Introduction to PowerShell
2.1.19 Demo – PowerShell
2.1.20 Adding GUI to Server Core
2.1.21 Removing GUI to Server Core
2.1.22 To Install a Removed Role or Feature Using WIM Image
2.1.23 Server Core Tools
2.1.24 Demo – Recover from Closing Command Prompt
2.1.25 Roles Available to Server Core
2.1.26 Listing Roles on Server Core
2.1.27 Enabling Remote Management (Cont.)
2.1.28 Demo – Netsh-Firewall
2.1.29 Server Configuration – Core
2.1.30 Demo – Sconfig on Server Core
2.1.31 Features Not Supported by Server Core
2.1.32 Installing Domain Controllers on Server Core – Options
2.1.33 PowerShell Examples for User Management
2.1.34 PowerShell Examples for Group Management
2.1.35 PowerShell Examples for Computer Management
2.1.36 PowerShell Examples for OU’s
2.1.37 Module 02 Review
3. Configure Hyper-V
3.1. Configure Hyper-V
3.1.1 Remote Management
3.1.2 Demo – Enable Remote Management
3.1.3 Remote Management – MISC
3.1.4 Remote Desktop
3.1.5 Remote Desktop Services Role Services
3.1.6 Server 2012 R2 Improvements and Additions
3.1.7 Demo – Remote Desktop
3.1.8 Multi-Server Management
3.1.9 Demo – Server Groups
3.1.10 Virtualization
3.1.11 Presentation Virtualization
3.1.12 Remote Desktop Gateway
3.2. Virtualization
3.2.1 Hyper-V
3.2.2 Application Virtualization (App-V)
3.2.3 Simulated Hardware for VM’s
3.2.4 Demo – Create a VM
3.2.5 Demo – Hyper-V Settings
3.2.6 Dynamic Memory
3.2.7 Integration Services
3.2.8 Start and Stop Actions
3.2.9 Resource Metering
3.2.10 Virtual Hard Disk
3.2.11 Virtual Disk Types
3.2.12 Shrinking Fixed Virtual Hard Disks
3.2.13 VHD’s vs. VHDX
3.2.14 Demo – Managing VHD’s
3.2.15 Differencing Disks
3.2.16 Virtual Hard Disk Operations/Maintenance Operations
3.2.17 Methods of Creating Virtual Hard Disk
3.2.18 VHD’s and File Shares
3.2.19 Differencing Disks (2)
3.2.20 Virtual Networks
3.2.21 Virtual Network Extensions
3.2.22 Demo – Hyper-V Network Settings
3.2.23 Virtual Adapters
3.2.24 Legacy Network Adapters
3.2.25 Demo – Creating Network Adapters
3.2.26 Considerations for VM Network Configuration
3.2.27 Important Note – External Virtual Networks
3.2.28 Virtual Machine MAC Address
3.2.29 Using Snapshots
3.2.30 Module 03 Review
4: Install and Administer Active Directory
4.1. Install and Administer Active Directory
4.1.1 Physical Components of Active Directory
4.1.2 Logical Components of Active Directory
4.1.3 Domain Structures – Domain and Forest
4.1.4 Domain Structure – Forest
4.1.5 Domain Structure – Schema
4.1.6 Domain Structures – Logical
4.1.7 Default Containers and OU’s
4.1.8 Domain Structures – Sites (Physical)
4.1.9 Components of Site Structure
4.1.10 Domain – Wide Scope
4.1.11 Overview of Domain Controllers
4.1.12 What Domain Controllers Do
4.1.13 Depreciated Features Server 2012 Related to AD DS
4.1.14 Server 2012 R2 Enhancements
4.1.15 AD and Workplace Join
4.1.16 Global Catalog
4.1.17 Demo – Global Catalog
4.1.18 Operations Master Roles
4.1.19 Best Practices – FSMO and GC
4.1.20 Forest and Domain Functional Levels
4.1.21 Guidelines for Raising Domain and Forest Functional Levels
4.1.22 Functional Level Options
4.1.23 Functional Levels and Recycle Bin
4.1.24 Demo – Functional Levels and FSMO
4.1.25 Forest Functional Levels
4.1.26 ADPrep Commands
4.1.27 RODC
4.1.28 How DC’s are Found and Used
4.1.29 Demo – SRV Records DNS
4.1.30 The AD DS Logon Process
4.1.31 Install Domain Controllers
4.1.32 DC Install Questions and Required Information
4.1.33 Required Information to Collect Pre-Install
4.1.34 Demo – Install Domain Controllers
4.1.35 Upgrading Domain Controllers
4.1.36 Clean Installation of Windows Server 2012 Domain Controllers
4.1.37 Install Domain Controller Using IFM
4.1.38 Demo – Remove a Domain Controller from a Domain
4.1.39 Active Directory Management Tools
4.1.40 User Accounts
4.1.41 Uniqueness of Accounts
4.1.42 Attributes of Users
4.1.43 Creating Account Templates
4.1.44 Locking vs. Disabled
4.1.45 Directory Service Command Line Tools
4.1.46 Groups
4.1.47 Group Scopes
4.1.48 Helpful Acronyms
4.1.50 Default Groups
4.1.51 Protected Users Security Group
4.1.52 Protected Users Security Group User Limitations
4.1.53 Special Identities
4.1.54 Computer Accounts
4.1.55 Troubleshooting Computer Accounts
4.1.56 Troubleshooting Steps
4.1.57 Listing Group Membership
4.1.58 Delegate Management of Active Directory Objects
4.1.59 CSVDE for Exporting
4.1.60 CSVDE for Importing
4.1.61 Ldifde
4.1.62 Ldifde – Export
4.1.63 Ldifde – Import
4.1.64 Managing AD DS with PowerShell
4.1.65 Module 04 Review
5: Deploy, Manage, and Maintain Servers
5.1. Deploy, Manage, and Maintain Servers
5.1.1 WDS Server Role Services
5.1.2 Windows Deployment Services
5.1.3 Functionality
5.1.4 PowerShell Cmdlets for WDS
5.1.5 Prerequisites for Installing WDS Deployment and Transport Server (AD Integrated)
5.1.6 Prerequisites for Installing WDS Deployment and Transport Server (Standalone)
5.1.7 Demo – Installing WDS
5.1.8 Installing with Windows PowerShell
5.1.9 Demo – Installing with Windows PowerShell and WDSUTIL
5.1.10 Configuring WDS Role
5.1.11 Types of Images
5.1.12 Steps for Adding Images
5.1.13 Demo – Configuring WDS
5.1.14 Demo – WDS Install Images and Server Configuration
5.1.15 Client Prerequisites for Installing Images
5.1.16 Client Steps for Installing Images
5.1.17 Configuring Boot Menu
5.1.18 Creating Capture Image
5.1.19 Custom Install Images
5.1.20 Creating Custom Install Images
5.1.21 Discover Images
5.1.22 Creating Discover Images
5.1.23 Creating Media for Discover Image
5.1.24 Demo – Creating Media for Discover Image
5.1.25 Unattended Installations
5.1.26 Unattended Steps
5.1.27 Sample Unattended File
5.1.28 Multicast Transmissions
5.1.29 Demo – Configuring Transmissions
5.1.30 Demo – Adding Second Image Files
5.1.31 Adding Driver Packages to Boot Images
5.1.32 Common Administrative Tasks
5.1.33 Phases of Automated Deployments
5.1.34 Tools to Create and Service Images
5.1.35 WSUS
5.1.36 Implementing Update Management
5.1.37 WSUS 3.0 SP2 Prerequisites
5.1.38 Computer Groups
5.1.39 Approval – Updates
5.1.40 WSUS Management Process
5.1.41 Group Policy and Automatic Updates
5.1.42 Demo – Configuring WSUS Group Policy
5.1.43 WSUS Management with PowerShell
5.1.44 Demo – Installing and Configuring WSUS
5.1.45 Demo – Approve Updates
5.1.46 Monitoring Servers
5.1.47 Monitor Servers
5.1.48 Tools
5.1.49 Demo – Task Manager and Resource Monitor
5.1.50 Demo – Performance Monitor
5.1.51 Demo – Performance Monitor Counters
5.1.52 Demo – Data Collector Sets
5.1.53 Virtual Machine Overview
5.1.54 Demo – Monitoring Virtual Machines
5.1.55 Monitoring Event Logs
5.1.56 Demo – Event Viewer
5.1.57 Demo – Event Forwarding
5.1.58 Monitoring Network Infrastructure
5.1.59 Demo – Monitoring Network Infrastructure
5.1.60 Module 05 Review
6: Configure Network Services and Access
6.1. Configure Network Services and Access
6.1.1 DNS Components
6.1.2 DNS Zones
6.1.3 Demo – DNS Zones
6.1.4 Stub Zones vs. Conditional Forwarders
6.1.5 DNS Records
6.1.6 Demo – DNS Zones and Records
6.1.7 Demo – Using DNSCMD
6.1.8 How DNS Forwarding Works
6.1.9 Demo – Adding DNS and Conditional Forwarders
6.1.10 DNS Namespaces
6.1.11 DNS Naming Contexts and Rules
6.1.12 External vs. Internal Namespaces
6.1.13 Zone Transfers
6.1.14 Demo – Using DNSCMD and Zone Transfers
6.1.15 Demo – Troubleshooting DNS
6.1.16 Zone Scavenging
6.1.17 Configuring Zone Scavenging
6.1.18 Demo – Scavenging DNS
6.1.19 Other Configuration Options
6.1.20 DNS Caching
6.1.21 Commands for DNS Cache
6.1.22 Storage of Information
6.1.23 Considerations
6.1.24 Module 06 Review
7: Configure a Network Policy Server Infrastructure
7.1. Configure a Network Policy Server Infrastructure
7.1.1 Remote Access Methods
7.1.2 Components of Network Access Services
7.1.3 Roles and Features
7.1.4 VPN and Routing Configuration Components
7.1.5 Demo – Configure Routing and Remote Access
7.1.6 Network Authentication
7.1.7 PKI Components
7.1.8 DHCP Relationship with Remote Access
7.1.9 VPN Access
7.1.10 Requirements of VPN Server
7.1.11 Properties of VPN Connection
7.1.12 Tunneling Protocols for VPN Connections
7.1.13 VPN Reconnect
7.1.14 Demo – Advanced RAS Configuration
7.1.15 VPN Post Installation Checklist
7.1.16 Demo – Using CMAK
7.1.17 Components of Network Policy
7.1.18 Properties of Network Policy
7.1.19 Network Policy Processing
7.1.20 Direct Access Features
7.1.21 What’s New in Direct Access
7.1.22 Deployment Phases of Direct Access
7.1.23 Required Infrastructure: Server
7.1.24 Required Infrastructure: Clients
7.1.25 Required Infrastructure: Network Location Server
7.1.26 Required Infrastructure: Internal Resources
7.1.27 Required Infrastructure: Active Directory Domain | Group Policy | DNS
7.1.28 Required Infrastructure: PKI | NAP
7.1.29 Name Resolution Policy Table
7.1.30 Internal Client Interaction with Direct Access
7.1.31 External Client Interaction with Direct Access
7.1.32 Troubleshooting Tools
7.1.33 VPN Connectivity Troubleshooting
7.1.34 Common Error Codes
7.1.35 Network Address Translation
7.1.36 Configure Remote Dial-in Settings for Users
7.1.37 Network Policy and Access Services
7.1.38 Network Policy Server
7.1.39 Demo – Installing NPS Role
7.1.40 Network Policy Server Tools
7.1.41 RADIUS Clients
7.1.42 RADIUS Proxy
7.1.43 Certificates
7.1.44 Required Certificates
7.1.45 Monitoring NPS
7.1.46 Module 07 Review
8: Configure and Manage Active Directory
8.1. Configure and Manage Active Directory
8.1.1 Active Directory Directory Services (AD DS)
8.1.2 AD DS Forest Structure
8.1.3 AD DS Schema
8.1.4 AD DS Domain Structure
8.1.5 AD DS Domain Controllers
8.1.6 AD DS Default Containers
8.1.7 Organizational Units
8.1.8 Virtualized Domain Controllers
8.1.9 Cloning Virtual Domain Controllers
8.1.10 Process: Cloning Server 2012 VDC
8.1.11 DcCloneConfig.xml Syntax
8.1.12 DcCloneConfig.xml Parameters
8.1.13 Domain Controller Safe Backup and Restore
8.1.14 PowerShell for Hyper-V Snapshot Management
8.1.15 Demo – Introduction to Active Directory Administration Tools
8.1.16 Importing User Accounts
8.1.17 Common LDAP Attributes
8.1.18 Demo – Advanced AD Attributes
8.1.19 Demo – Using CSVDE
8.1.20 Demo – Export User Accounts Using CSVDE
8.1.21 Demo – Importing Accounts Using LDIF
8.1.22 Demo – Active Directory and PowerShell
8.1.23 Managed Service Accounts
8.1.24 Requirements for Service Accounts
8.1.25 Configuring Managed Service Accounts Using PowerShell
8.1.26 Kerberos Version 5 – Server 2012 Features
8.1.27 Kerberos Configurations Available
8.1.28 Service Principal Names (SPNs)
8.1.29 Passwords
8.1.30 Create Account Policies and User Rights Assignments
8.1.31 Demo – Creating Password Policies
8.1.32 Notes Create Fine Grained Password Policies
8.1.33 Demo – Password Settings Container
8.1.34 Universal Group Membership Caching (UGMC)
8.1.35 Operations Master Roles
8.1.36 Demo – Operations Master Roles
8.1.37 Maintain Active Directory Domain Services
8.1.38 Demo – AD Recycle Bin
8.1.39 Demo – Restore Deleted Items
8.1.40 Demo – AD DB Maintenance and Snapshots
8.1.41 Read Only Domain Controllers (RODC)
8.1.42 Demo – Installing RODC
8.1.43 Manage RODC Caching
8.1.44 Module 08 Review
9: Configure and Manage Group Policy
9.1. Configure and Manage Group Policy
9.1.1 Group Policy
9.1.2 Defining Options
9.1.3 Group Policy and IPv6
9.1.4 Group Policy Examples of Usage
9.1.5 Demo – Group Policy Management Console
9.1.6 Group Policy Objects
9.1.7 Group Policy Application
9.1.8 CSE Policy Refresh
9.1.9 Windows Client Policy Processing
9.1.10 Scripts Node of Group Policy
9.1.11 Group Policy Nodes
9.1.12 Default Group Policies
9.1.13 Group Policy Storage
9.1.14 Replication of GPO’s
9.1.15 Starter GPO’s
9.1.16 Slow Link Processing
9.1.17 Configure Loopback Processing
9.1.18 Security Templates
9.1.19 Demo – Group Policy Folder Redirection
9.1.20 Demo – Group Policy Software Installation
9.1.21 Demo – Administrative Templates
9.1.22 Group Policy Links
9.1.23 Group Policy Processing
9.1.24 Group Policy Inheritance and Precedence
9.1.25 Precedence: How to Handle Multiple Linked GPOs
9.1.26 Demo – Local Policies
9.1.27 Other Group Policy Options
9.1.28 WMI Filters
9.1.29 Security Templates (Cont.)
9.1.30 Demo – Group Policy Objects
9.1.31 Group Policy Preferences
9.1.32 Demo – Configure GP Preferences
9.1.33 Maintaining GPO’s
9.1.34 Group Policy and PowerShell
9.1.35 Demo – Creating Login Policies
9.1.36 Demo – Configuring User Desktops
9.1.37 Module 09 Review
10: Configure and Manage High Availability
10.1. Configure and Manage High Availability
10.1.1 NLB – Network Load Balancing
10.1.2 NLB Uses
10.1.3 NLB Prerequisites
10.1.4 How NLB Works
10.1.5 Server Failures & NLB
10.1.6 NLB PowerShell Cmdlets
10.1.7 NLB Port Rules
10.1.8 Configuring NLB Networks
10.1.9 Using NLB with VMs
10.1.10 Upgrading NLB Clusters
10.1.11 Demo – Implementing NLB Clusters
10.1.12 Demo – Configuring NLB Affinity and Port Rules
10.1.13 Securing NLB
10.1.14 Server 2012 Failover Clustering
10.1.15 Windows Server 2012 R2 Failover Clustering
10.1.16 Clustering and High Availability
10.1.17 Depreciated Cluster Features
10.1.18 Storage Options
10.1.19 CSV – Cluster Shared Volumes
10.1.20 CSV – Clustered Shared Volumes
10.1.21 Network Considerations | CSV
10.1.22 Windows Requirements for Failover Cluster
10.1.23 Infrastructure Requirements
10.1.24 Failover Clustering – Quorum
10.1.25 Failover Clustering: Hardware Requirements
10.1.26 Clustering and Hyper-V Hardware Requirements
10.1.27 Quorum | Definitions
10.1.28 Quorum Witness
10.1.29 Quorum Configuration Options
10.1.30 Quorum Nodes
10.1.31 Failover Cluster Networks
10.1.32 Cluster Networking
10.1.33 Demo – Create a Cluster
10.1.34 Multi-Site Failover Cluster
10.1.35 Configuring Multi-Site Failover Clusters
10.1.36 Configuring Applications and Services
10.1.37 Procedure Reference: Installing Clustering Server Roles
10.1.38 Demo – Deploying Highly Available Servers
10.1.39 Cluster Aware Updating
10.1.40 Common Cluster Management Tasks
10.1.41 Management Tools
10.1.42 Backing up Clusters
10.1.43 Restoring a Cluster
10.1.44 DHCP Failover
10.1.45 Configuring DHCP Failover
10.1.46 DHCP Failover Modes
10.1.47 Demo – Configuring DHCP Failover
10.1.48 DHCP MCLT Parameters
10.1.49 Module 10 Review
11: Configure File and Storage Solutions
11.1. Configure File and Storage Solutions
11.1.1 File and Storage Services
11.1.2 Work Folders
11.1.3 Work Folder Functionality
11.1.4 BranchCache
11.1.5 SMB Server 2012 R2 Enhancements
11.1.6 BranchCache Requirements
11.1.7 BranchCache Server Settings
11.1.8 BranchCache Client Settings
11.1.9 Demo – Configure Client Firewall Rules
11.1.10 Demo – Implementing BranchCache
11.1.11 Demo – Simulate Slow Link to Branch Office
11.1.12 Enabling Distributed Cache Mode or Hosted Cache Mode
11.1.13 Discretionary Access Control
11.1.14 DAC Scenarios
11.1.15 DAC Claims
11.1.16 Resource Properties
11.1.17 Accessing Resources with DAC
11.1.18 DAC Requirements
11.1.19 Enabling Support in AD DS KDC
11.1.20 Creating Claims
11.1.21 Creating Resource Properties
11.1.22 Central Access Control Rules
11.1.23 Demo – Enable File Share for BranchCache
11.1.24 Demo – Configure BranchCache for Branch Office
11.1.25 File Server Resource Manager
11.1.26 Demo – Installing FSRM
11.1.27 File Classification
11.1.28 File Classification Properties
11.1.29 File Classification Rules Properties
11.1.30 Demo – Implementing DAC
11.1.31 Demo – Resource Property Definitions
11.1.32 Demo – Configure Central Access Rules and Policies
11.1.33 Demo – Configure Central Access Denied
11.1.34 Demo – Manual Classification
11.1.35 Demo – Publish Central Group Policy
11.1.36 Optimizing Classification Management
11.1.37 Storage Optimization Features
11.1.38 iSCSI
11.1.39 iSCSI Components
11.1.40 iSCSI Security Components
11.1.41 Demo – Configure iSCSI
11.1.42 Demo – iSCSI PowerShell
11.1.43 Demo – Bring a New Volume Online
11.1.44 Module 11 Review
12: Implement Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
12.1. Implement Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
12.1.1 Disaster Recovery Requirements
12.1.2 Service Level Agreements
12.1.4 Data Recovery
12.1.5 Service Recovery
12.1.6 Full Server Recovery
12.1.7 Site Recovery
12.1.8 Backup Types
12.1.9 Backup Technologies
12.1.10 VSS Admin
12.1.11 Backup Planning
12.1.12 Backup Security
12.1.13 Windows Server Backup
12.1.14 Demo – Installing and Using Windows Server Backup
12.1.15 Demo – Create a Scheduled Backup
12.1.16 Options | Windows Backup
12.1.17 Options | Recovery Wizard
12.1.18 System Restore
12.1.19 Demo – Restoring Files Using Windows Server Backup
12.1.20 Windows Azure Online Backup
12.1.21 Demo – Windows Azure Backup
12.1.22 Data Protection Manager (DPM)
12.1.23 Installing DPM
12.1.24 Demo – Installing DPM
12.1.25 Single Instance Storage
12.1.26 Windows RE
12.1.27 Windows RE Entry Points
12.1.28 Windows Setup and Windows RE
12.1.29 Demo – Windows RE Entry Points
12.1.30 Safe Boot
12.1.31 Demo – Safe Boot
12.1.32 Boot Configuration Data Store
12.1.33 Module 12 Review
13: Configure Network Services
13.1. Configure Network Services
13.1.1 Demo – Navigation in Windows Server 2012
13.1.2 DHCP – Definition and Purpose
13.1.3 Components of DHCP Server
13.1.4 Components of Scopes
13.1.5 DHCP Lease Process
13.1.6 DHCP Options
13.1.7 DNS Integration
13.1.8 Super Scopes and Multinetting
13.1.9 Demo – Create a Super Scope
13.1.10 Multicast Scopes
13.1.11 DHCPv6
13.1.12 DHCPv6 Regional Registries
13.1.13 Demo – Configuring DHCP Scope
13.1.14 DHCP Name Protection
13.1.15 Demo – Enable DHCP Name Protection
13.1.16 DNS Solutions
13.1.17 Basics of DNS Permissions
13.1.18 DNS Logging
13.1.19 Demo – Configuring DNS Debug Logging
13.1.20 DNS Security
13.1.21 DNSSEC
13.1.22 DNSSEC Overview
13.1.23 Deploying DNSSEC
13.1.24 DNSSEC Zone Signing Wizard
13.1.25 Improvements to DNSSEC Windows Server 2012 R2
13.1.26 Resource Records
13.1.27 Signing the Zone
13.1.28 Demo – Deploying DNSSEC
13.1.29 DNS Cache Locking
13.1.30 Demo – DNS Cache Locking
13.1.31 DNS Socket Pool
13.1.32 Demo – DNS Socket Pool
13.1.33 DNS Aging and Scavenging
13.1.34 Maintaining DNS Database
13.1.35 Demo – Maintaining DNS Database
13.1.36 Name Resolution Optimization
13.1.37 Creating Stub Zones
13.1.38 Global Names Zone
13.1.39 Demo – Create Global Names Zone
13.1.40 Demo – Add Alias Global Names Zone
13.1.41 IPAM (IP Address Management)
13.1.42 IPAM and DHCP
13.1.43 Role Based Access Control
13.1.44 Role Based Access Control Roles Provided by Default
13.1.45 IPAM Monitoring
13.1.46 VMM and System Center 2012 Integration
13.1.47 IPAM Prerequisites
13.1.48 Hardware & Software Requirements Server 2012
13.1.49 Hardware & Software Requirements Server 2008/2008 R2
13.1.50 IPAM Abilities
13.1.51 IPAM Database Support
13.1.52 IPAM Users and Groups
13.1.53 IPAM Modules
13.1.54 IPAM Deployment Methods
13.1.55 IPAM Components
13.1.56 Provisioning for IPAM
13.1.57 Manual Provisioning for IPAM
13.1.58 GPO Provisioning
13.1.59 Views of IP Address Space
13.1.60 Monitoring and Managing IPAM
13.1.61 Migrating IPAM to Windows Server 2012
13.1.62 Using PowerShell with IPAM
13.1.63 Demo – Installing IPAM
13.1.64 Demo – Configuring IPAM
13.1.65 Adding Address Space to IPAM
13.1.66 Adding IP Address Block to IPAM
13.1.67 Adding IP Address Subnet to IPAM
13.1.68 Adding IP Address Range to IPAM
13.1.69 Adding IP Address to IPAM
13.1.70 Importing and Updating Address Spaces
13.1.71 Text File Examples
13.1.72 Module 13 Review
14: Configure Identity and Access Solutions
14.1. Configure Identity and Access Solutions
14.1.1 Active Directory Federation Services
14.1.2 AD FS
14.1.3 Authentication Policies
14.1.4 Multi-Factor Authentication
14.1.5 AD FS Claim Rules
14.1.6 Claims Provider Trusts
14.1.7 Claims Based Identity
14.1.8 Web Services
14.1.9 New Features to Server 2012
14.1.10 SSO within Organization
14.1.11 SSO Business to Business
14.1.12 Prerequisites for AD FS
14.1.13 Certificate Requirements
14.1.14 AD FS Components
14.1.15 Demo – Install AD Federation Services Role
14.1.16 Multi-Factor Access Control in AD FS
14.1.17 Multi-Factor Access Control in AD FS with Windows Server 2012 R2
14.1.18 Claim Types Available in AD FS with Windows Server 2012 R2
14.1.19 AD and Workplace Join
14.1.20 Device Registration Service
14.1.21 Accessing Web Application before Workplace Join your Device
14.1.22 Workplace Joining Your Windows Device
14.1.23 Workplace Joining Your iOS Device
14.1.24 Module 14 Review
14.1.25 Course Closure
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