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70-742 Identity in Windows Server 2016

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70-742 Identity in Windows Server 2016


Do you want to climb the career ladder and make job role decisions around deploying identity in Windows Server 2016 series?

The 70-742 Identity Windows Server 2016 course is part of a three course series required to pass the MCSA. The course is designed to prove mastery of skills giving IT professionals the opportunity of gaining new technologies and advances and to upgrade your knowledge and abilities.

The course will enhance your skills and improve your knowledge in Windows Server 2016 series. 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 deploy domain controllers, manage various Active Directory objects, secure your network and manage it centrally using Group Policy.

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, extra time will be given, so that you can enjoy the flexibility of training and studying 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 70-742 Identity Windows Server 2016 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 IT enterprise. There are ample benefits to learning with 1Training as you will be provided with high quality material and tutorials, tutor support and a friendly learning portal. In addition, you will be eligible for free resources which include Free CV writing pack, Nus Discounted Card, Free career support and course demo.

What are the entry requirements?

Learners should have experience to manage identities using the functionalities in Windows Server 2016 and familiarity with implementing and managing AD CS.

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 assistants who want to expand their understanding on deployment and configuration of identity services
  • Students who want to acquire deep technical knowledge on deployment and installation of other Active Directory server roles
  • Learners with hands-on experience in a Microsoft environment
  • System Administrators looking to gain knowledge on identity and access technologies
  • Anyone who is interested in expanding their knowledge of identity and access technologies in Windows Server 2016.

Learning Outcomes?

  • Install and configure active directory domain services
  • Manage and maintain AD DS
  • Create and manage group policy
  • Implement active directory certificate services
  • Implement identity federation and access solution

Course Curriculum

  • Module 01: Installing and Configuring Domain Controllers
  • Module 02: Managing Active Directory Objects
  • Module 03: Securing Active Directory Domain Services
  • Module 04: Working with Complex AD DS Infrastructures
  • Module 05: Implementing Group Policy
  • Module 06: Understanding Microsoft Azure AD and Directory Synchronization
  • Module 07: Monitoring and Recovering AD DS
  • Module 08: Implementing Active Directory Certificate Services
  • Module 09: Implementing Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)
  • Module 10: Implementing 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.


You will be tested on your ability to accomplish technical tasks listed under Learning Outcomes. This is assessed through multiple choice exams.

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:


Those who successfully complete the exam will be awarded a certificate in 70-742 Identity Windows Server 2016.

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 Database Analyst, Database Developer, Service Analyst and Infrastructure Engineer 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 a Support Analyst is £23,609 per year according to

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

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Course Curriculum Total Units : 353
➤ Module 01: Installing and Configuring Domain Controllers
Lesson 1: Overview of Active Directory Domain Services
1.1 Information Protection Concepts
1.2 Identity and Access (IDA)
1.3 Authentication and Authorization
1.4 AD DS Terms
1.5 Access Tokens
1.6 Access Control Lists
1.7 The Kerberos Logon Process
1.8 Workgroup vs. Domain
1.9 Understanding AD DS Domains
1.10 AD DS Components and Concepts
1.11 Active Directory Database
1.12 Physical Data Store
1.13 Logical Partitions
1.14 Active Directory Schema
1.15 Domains
1.16 Trees and Forests
1.17 Organizational Units
1.18 AD DS Sites
1.19 Controlling Replication
1.20 Trust Relationships
Lesson 2: Overview of Domain Controllers
2.1 Introducing Domain Controllers
2.2 Global Catalog Servers
2.3 Read-Only Domain Controllers
2.4 FSMO Roles
2.5 Demo – Working with FSMO Roles
2.6 Locating Domain Controllers
2.7 Demo – Viewing SRV Records
Lesson 3: Deploying Domain Controllers
3.1 Reasons for Multiple Domain Controllers
3.2 Installing from Server Manager
3.3 Considerations for Installing Domain Controllers
3.4 Demo – Installing a Domain Controller
3.5 Installing on Server Core
3.6 Demo – Promoting a Server Core DC
3.7 Upgrading Domain Controllers
3.8 Additional Installation Options
3.9 Cloning Domain Controllers
3.10 Demo – Cloning Domain Controllers
3.11 Chapter 01 Review
➤ Module 02: Managing Active Directory Objects
Lesson 1: Overview of AD DS Object Management
1.1 Understanding AD DS Objects
1.2 Names for AD DS Objects
1.3 Management Tools
1.4 Demo – Overview of AD DS Management Tools
Lesson 2: Managing User Accounts
2.1 The Importance of the User Account
2.2 Naming Considerations
2.3 Configuring User Passwords
2.4 Creating User Accounts
2.5 Demo – Creating AD DS Users
2.6 Managing User Attributes
2.7 User Account Management
2.8 Demo – Managing Users
Lesson 3: Managing Groups
3.1 Group Types and Scopes
3.2 Types of Groups
3.3 Group Scopes
3.4 Domain Local and Global Groups
3.5 Universal Groups
3.6 Group Nesting
3.7 Group Naming Considerations
3.8 Creating and Configuring Groups
3.9 Demo – Creating and Configuring Groups
3.10 Introduction to Default Groups
3.11 Identifying Default Groups
3.12 Administrative Groups
3.13 Demo – Configuring Default Groups
3.14 Using Special Identities
3.15 Strategies for Using Groups
3.16 Group Nesting Strategies
3.17 Demo – Group Nesting
Lesson 4: Managing Computer Accounts
4.1 Introduction to Computer Accounts
4.2 Creating Computer Accounts
4.3 Working with Secure Channel Passwords
4.4 Offline Domain Joins
4.5 Demo – Working with Computer Accounts
Lesson 5: Managing Organizational Units
5.1 Planning Organizational Units
5.2 OU Hierarchy Considerations
5.3 Creating OUs
5.4 Demo – Creating an OU Hierarchy
5.5 Object Security in AD DS
5.6 AD DS Object Permissions
5.7 Demo – Viewing Object Permissions in Active Directory
5.8 Delegating Administrative Control
5.9 Modifying Delegated Rights
5.10 Best Practices for Administrative Delegation
5.11 Demo – Delegating Administrative Control
5.12 Chapter 02 Review
➤ Module 03: Securing Active Directory Domain Services
Lesson 1: Securing Domain Controllers
1.1 Understanding Security Risks
1.2 Using Group Policy
1.3 Group Policy Security Settings
1.4 Securing the Authentication Process
1.5 Physical Access Security
1.6 Branch Office Domain Controllers
1.7 RODC Features
1.8 RODC Limitations and Considerations
1.9 Deploying RODCs
1.10 Demo – Installing an RODC
1.11 Password Replication Policies
Lesson 2: Implementing Account Security
2.1 Account Security in Windows Server 2016
2.2 Complexity Options
2.3 Password Policies
2.4 Account Lockout Policies
2.5 Configuring Domain Password and Lockout Policies
2.6 Demo – Configuring Account Policies in Group Policy
2.7 Configuring Fine-Grained Password Policies
2.8 Demo – Configuring Fine-Grained Password Policies
2.9 Restricted Groups
2.10 Protected Users Security Groups
2.11 Authentication Policies
2.12 Authentication Silos
2.13 Enhancing Password Authentication
Lesson 3: Auditing AD DS
3.1 Utilizing Auditing
3.2 The Purpose of Auditing
3.3 Types of Events
3.4 Auditing Goals
3.5 Auditing File and Object Access
3.6 Advanced Auditing
3.7 Demo – Configuring Auditing
Lesson 4: Configuring Managed Service Accounts
4.1 Overview of Service Accounts
4.2 Challenges to Managing Service Accounts
4.3 Managed Service Accounts
4.4 Group MSAs
4.5 Demo – Configuring Group MSAs
4.6 Chapter 03 Review
➤ Module 04: Working with Complex AD DS Infrastructures
Lesson 1: Overview of Advanced AD DS Deployments
1.1 Domain Boundaries
1.2 Forest Boundaries
1.3 Reasons for Implementing Multiple Domains
1.4 Reasons for Implementing Multiple Forests
1.5 Deploying Domain Controllers in Azure
1.6 Managing Objects
Lesson 2: Deploying a Distributed AD DS Environment
2.1 Domain Functional Levels
2.2 Forest Functional Levels
2.3 Deploying AD DS Domains
2.4 DNS Considerations
2.5 UPN Considerations
2.6 Demo – Deploying a Child Domain
2.7 Understanding Trust Relationships
2.8 Types of Trusts
2.9 How Trusts Work
2.10 Forest Trusts
2.11 Advanced Trust Settings
2.12 Demo – Configuring a Forest Trust
Lesson 3: Overview of AD DS Replication
3.1 AD DS Partitions
3.2 AD DS Replication
3.3 Types of Replication
3.4 Resolving Replication Conflicts
Lesson 4: Configuring AD DS Sites
4.1 Reasons for Sites
4.2 Planning for Sites
4.3 Overview of Sites and Subnets
4.4 Moving Domain Controller Accounts
4.5 Domain Controller Placement
4.6 Demo – Creating Sites
4.7 Controlling Inter-Site Replication
4.8 Defining Site Links
4.9 Site Links
4.10 Site Link Properties
4.11 Demo – Creating Site Links
4.12 Bridgehead Servers
4.13 Bridging Site Links
4.14 Monitor and Manage Replication
4.15 Chapter 04 Review
➤ Module 05: Implementing Group Policy
Lesson 1: Overview of Group Policy
1.1 What is Group Policy?
1.2 Group Policy Settings
1.3 Local Group Policies
1.4 Policies vs. Preferences
1.5 Demo – Examining Policy Settings
1.6 Domain Policies
1.7 GPO Storage
1.8 Linking GPOs
1.9 GPO Processing Order
1.10 Controlling Inheritance
1.11 Determining Inheritance
1.12 GPO Link Options
1.13 Security Filtering
1.14 WMI Filtering
1.15 Refreshing Policies
1.16 Other Processing Options
Lesson 2: Creating and Configuring GPOs
2.1 Creating GPOs
2.2 Starter GPOs
2.3 Administrative Templates
2.4 Group Policy Preferences
2.5 Demo – Creating and Configuring Policies
2.6 Group Policy Management
2.7 Delegation of Control
2.8 Demo – Managing GPOs
Lesson 3: Monitoring and Troubleshooting Group Policy
3.1 Troubleshooting Group Policy Application
3.2 Demo – Troubleshooting Group Policy Application
Lesson 4: Security Management Using Group Policy
4.1 Security Management Using Group Policy
4.2 Configuring User Rights
4.3 Managing Security Options
4.4 User Account Control
4.5 Demo – Managing Security Options
4.6 Controlling Applications
4.7 Software Restriction Policies
4.8 Security Levels
4.9 AppLocker
4.10 Support for AppLocker
4.11 AppLocker Rules
4.12 Creating Default Rules
4.13 Demo – Controlling Applications Using Group Policy
4.14 Configuring the Windows Firewall
4.15 Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
4.16 Firewall Profiles
4.17 Creating Firewall Rules
4.18 Configuring the Windows Firewall (CONT)
4.19 Types of Rules
4.20 Connection Security Rules
4.21 Demo – Configuring Firewalls using Group Policy
Lesson 5: Managing User Environments
5.1 Using Scripts in Group Policy
5.2 What is Folder Redirection?
5.3 Common Folders for Redirection
5.4 Redirection Options
5.5 Demo – Configuring Folder Redirection
5.6 Deploying Software Using Group Policy
5.7 How Software Distribution Works
5.8 Using Windows Installer
5.9 Software Life Cycle
5.10 Deploying Software
5.11 Deployment Options
5.12 Maintaining Software through Group Policy
5.13 Removing Software Deployments
5.14 Chapter 05 Review
➤ Module 06: Understanding Microsoft Azure AD and Directory Synchronization
Lesson 1: Planning Directory Synchronization
1.1 Overview of Azure AD
1.2 Limitations of AD DS
1.3 Extending AD DS Authentication
1.4 Comparing AD DS and Azure AD
1.5 Authentication Options
1.6 Planning Directory Synchronization
1.7 Enabling AD DS Synchronization
Lesson 2: Implementing Azure AD Connect
2.1 What is Azure AD Connect?
2.2 Azure AD Connect Requirements
2.3 Azure AD Connect Express Settings
2.4 Azure AD Connect Custom Installation
2.5 Monitoring Azure AD
2.6 Privileged Identity Management
Lesson 3: Managing Identities with Directory Synchronization
3.1 Managing Users
3.2 Managing Groups
3.3 Filtering Azure AD Connect
3.4 Monitoring Directory Synchronization
3.5 Troubleshooting Directory Synchronization
3.6 Chapter 06 Review
➤ Module 07: Monitoring and Recovering AD DS
Lesson 1: A: Monitoring AD DS
1.1 Performance Monitoring Benefits
1.2 Establishing Performance Baselines
1.3 Introduction to Monitoring Tools
1.4 Event Viewer
1.5 Demo – Using Event Viewer
1.6 Reliability Monitor
1.7 Real-Time Monitoring
1.8 Data Collector Sets
1.9 Data Collection Points
1.10 Common AD DS Counters
1.11 Best Practices
Lesson 2: Database Management
2.1 Physical Data Store
2.2 Using NTDSUtil
2.3 AD DS Maintenance
Lesson 3: Backup and Recovery in AD DS
3.1 Disaster Recovery for Active Directory
3.2 Backing up Active Directory
3.3 Using Backup Tools
3.4 Backup Requirements
3.5 Restoring Data
3.6 Additional Restore Options
3.7 Demo – Enabling the AD Recycle Bin
3.8 Best Practices for Backup and Recovery
3.9 Chapter 07 Review
➤ Module 08: Implementing Active Directory Certificate Services
Lesson 1: Overview of Public Key Infrastructure and AD CS
1.1 What is a PKI?
1.2 Encryption Types
1.3 PKI Components
1.4 PKI Enabled Applications
1.5 Certificate Authorities
1.6 CA Types
1.7 Internal vs. External CAs
1.8 AD CS in Windows Server 2016
Lesson 2: Deploying Certificate Authority Hierarchy
2.1 Decision Factors for CA Hierarchy
2.2 CA Hierarchy Roles
2.3 Best Practices for CA Hierarchies
2.4 Installing Root CAs
2.5 Demo – Installing a Root CA
2.6 Installing Subordinate CAs
2.7 Benefits of Using Subordinates
2.8 Automating Installations
Lesson 3: Administering Certificate Authorities
3.1 Administration Tools
3.2 Configuring CA Security
3.3 Security Roles for CA Administration
3.4 Policy and Exit Modules
3.5 Certificate Revocation Lists (CRL)
3.6 Publishing the CRL
3.7 Publishing AIAs and CDPs
Lesson 4: Deploying and Managing Certificates
4.1 Digital Certificates
4.2 Certificate Templates
4.3 Template Versions in Windows Server 2016
4.4 Certificate Template Permissions
4.5 Updating Templates
4.6 Demo – Modifying and Enabling a Certificate Template
4.7 Enrollment Types
4.8 Manual Enrollment
4.9 Automating Enrollment
4.10 Autoenrollment Components
4.11 Demo – Configuring Autoenrollment
4.12 Credential Roaming
Lesson 5: Managing Revocation and Distribution
5.1 Certificate Revocation
5.2 Online Responder
5.3 Online Responder Process
5.4 Comparing CRL and OCSP
5.5 Configuring an Online Responder
Lesson 6: Configuring Certificate Recovery
6.1 Importance of Key Archival and Recovery
6.2 Key Archival
6.3 Data Recovery vs. Key Recovery
6.4 Archival Methods
6.5 Export Methods
6.6 Automating Archival
6.7 Recovering Lost Keys
6.8 Chapter 08 Review
➤ Module 09: Implementing Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)
Lesson 1: Overview of AD FS
1.1 What is Identity Federation?
1.2 Federation Benefits
1.3 AD FS Components
1.4 Additional AD FS Terms
1.5 Identity Federation Scenarios
1.6 Business to Business Scenario
1.7 Business to Employee Scenario
1.8 Business to Consumer Scenario
1.9 New Features in Windows Server 2016
Lesson 2: Planning and Deploying AD FS
2.1 AD FS Requirements
2.2 Server Roles
2.3 Planning High Availability
2.4 AD FS Claims
2.5 AD FS Claim Rules
2.6 Trust Relationships
2.7 Installing AD FS
2.8 Demo – Installing AD FS
2.9 Configuring Partners
2.10 Home Realm Discovery
2.11 Managing AD FS
Lesson 3: Overview of Web Application Proxy
3.1 Introducing the Web Application Proxy
3.2 Web Application Proxy and AD FS Proxy
3.3 Authentication Methods
3.4 Publishing Software
3.5 Chapter 09 Review
➤ Module 10: Implementing Active Directory Rights Management Services
Lesson 1: Overview of AD RMS
1.1 Introducing AD RMS
1.2 The AD RMS Difference
1.3 AD RMS Components
1.4 Certificates and Licenses
1.5 Protecting Content
1.6 Consuming Content
1.7 Azure RMS
Lesson 2: Deploying AD RMS
2.1 Deployment Scenarios
2.2 Installation Overview
2.3 AD RMS Configuration
2.4 Demo – Installing AD RMS Cluster
2.5 AD RMS Management
2.6 External Sharing
Lesson 3: Protecting Content with AD RMS
3.1 Rights Policy Templates
3.2 Configuring Templates for Offline Usage
3.3 Demo – Configuring Rights Management Templates
3.4 Exclusion Policies
3.5 Chapter 10 Review
3.6 Course Closure
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