Configuring Windows Devices (70-697)



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Configuring Windows Devices (70-697)


About This Course

Windows 10 is one of the most recent workstation OS from Microsoft used widely in offices as well as homes across the globe. Windows 10 OS addresses several concerns that users have had with Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system whilst offering stability of Windows 7 and improved security features. Configuring Windows Devices coursework is designed for professionals who wish to prepare for Microsoft 70-697 exam as well as individuals who want to have an in-depth understanding to configure Windows 10 OS in an enterprise IT setting.

Configuring Windows Devices course trains professionals to configure Windows 10 devices both manually as well as using Group Policy with regard to data access, deployment, identity, networking, remote access, cloud management and applications compatibility. Most importantly, it will help you prepare for the quintessential 70-697 exam.


Who Should Attend This Course

Professionals apt for this course include Windows Device Systems admins and/or support technicians who are involved in data protection, apps management, mobile devices management, virtualization, building identities using Microsoft Store or company portal.

Professionals should exhibit some amount of experience with Windows troubleshooting, maintenance, administration, security, etc. You should also possess some basic knowledge of Windows networking, Microsoft Intune and Active Directory.


Why This Course

As we know that Windows 10 is the most recent OS from Microsoft used widely across the globe. Windows 10 offers the stability of Windows 7 with improved security. Configuring Windows Devices coursework on the other hand is specifically designed for professionals who are preparing for Microsoft 70-697 exam.

  • Prepares you for 70-697 exam
  • Storage configuration
  • Device and desktop deployment
  • Remote Access
  • Network configuration
  • Apps management
  • Data protection and access
  • Recovery and updates
  • Identity management
  • Configuring Wi-Fi
  • User data migration
  • Microsoft In tune implementation and planning
  • Data sharing

Course Objectives
  • Manage Identity
  • Plan Device and Desktop Deployment
  • Implement Microsoft 365
  • Configure Networking
  • Configure Storage
  • Manage Data Protection and Access
  • Remote Access
  • Manage Apps
  • Manage Recovery and Updates

Course Prerequisites

Understanding of Windows (7, 8, Vista or 8.1) is recommended. Further, knowledge of PowerShell and command prompt will be great.


Course Benefits


You will learn about the following:

  • Prepares you for 70-697 exam
  • Device and desktop deployment
  • Storage configuration
  • Network configuration
  • Remote Access
  • Data protection and access
  • Apps management
  • Identity management
  • Recovery and updates
  • User data migration
  • Configuring Wi-Fi
  • Data sharing
  • Microsoft In tune implementation and planning

Curriculum


Manage identity

Overview

This section gives the information about configuring Windows devices. It covers topics that are responsible for deploying, maintaining and supporting Windows desktops in a corporate or enterprise environment.

Windows Store and Apps

This section covers some of the different cloud technologies that Windows 10 devices can integrate with. It shows how to manage sideloading apps into images and the configuration of the policies for this work.

Supporting Authentication

This section covers the authentication factors. It demonstrate the multiple ways of authentication and Microsoft biometric framework that works with Microsoft passport.

Plan desktop and device deployment

Configuring Hyper-V

This section covers configuring Hyper-V in Windows 10. It describe the basic hardware requirements to get it installed in Windows 10. It explains Hyper-V manager functioning and shows how to create a VM in Windows 10 Hyper-V.

Mobility Options

This section covers configuration of the different options that allow access to files when offline and even the ability to take Windows 10 with you wherever you go. It also explores some of the power management policies.

Using Powercfg

This section covers Powercfg from the command line and from GUI in control panel. It shows how to see the current power plan on the machines using the CLIs and GUID. It also demonstrate how to set a particular power plan as being active and how to bring up html reports on energy efficiency and battery life for power consumption issues.

Supporting BitLocker

This section shows the management of BitLocker from CLI and shows how to enable bit locker using the manage-bde command on both TPM based and non TPM based machines. It also demonstrate how to verify the status and how to disable and enable protectors to make sure we get the combination of protections that we desire to have when using BitLocker for drive encryption.

Support Networking

This section shows how to use the command prompt to help support users on the network. It shows how to change profiles through command prompt using PowerShell cmdlets and also by using netsh commands.

Plan and implement a Microsoft Intune device management solution

Support Mobile Devices

This section dive in supporting mobile access and data synchronization. It describes how to use Work Folders and Sync Center in Windows 10 for offline file access.

Intune Device Management

This section covers basic management for Microsoft Intune. It explains how to create and manage InTune user accounts and how devices are managed using InTune. At the end it describes user creation, computer groups management and the configurations required for the Microsoft InTune device management solution.

Supporting Microsoft Intune

This section takes dive in Microsoft InTune environment. It starts with different administrative roles, InTune configuration and compliance policies. Further it covers how to deploy created policies and how to connect a windows and Android based mobiles phones. At the end it shows connecting Apple IOS devices to an Intune environment its policies and configurations.

Configure networking

Configure IP Settings

This tutorial covers configuring IP settings in Windows 10, IP settings with name resolution, configuration of primary and alternate DNS servers, static and dynamic assignment of IP settings and IPv4, IPv6 classes and firewall profiles.

Configure Network Security

This section describes network security options provided in the Windows 10 and firewall basics its configuration and advance settings. It also explains how to implement connection security rules (IPsec), connection authentication, exceptions and configurations.

Configure storage

Supporting Data Security

This section covers how to troubleshoot common issues related to access and authorization. It explains NTFS and share permissions, how to utilize the effective Access, Permissions and Security, securing access to removable media using group policy.

Data Security

This section covers data security in Windows 10 and how to resolve issues related to permissions and Dynamic Access Control (DAC). It explains how to recover EFS encrypted files using the Data Recovery Agent and how to handle access to removable media like CD/DVDs, Floppy drives, and removable disks.

App Technology Benefits

This section describes the benefits of the Microsoft suite of mobile device administration tools such as Azure RemoteApp, Intune, App-V, and Office 365.

Manage data access and protection

Configure Shared Resources

This section covers different ways to access and share resources. It explains in detail how to create and manage shared folders, its permissions and how to share a connected print device.

File and Folder Access

This section covers the basics of configuration of file and folder access through proper NTFS permissions. It also shows how to enable disk quotas for limiting disk usage and how to secure files using the Encrypted File System (EFS).

Manage remote access

Remote Connections

This section covers how to configure remote connections in the Windows 10 and how to take advantage of the Remote Desktop program, built-in Virtual Private Network (VPN) client, and broadband tethering.

Manage apps

Azure RemoteApp

This section covers accessing applications through the Azure cloud service using Azure RemoteApp. It shows how to prepare for deployment and the configuration required for RemoteApp. It also explains how to prepare the client device to connect and use RemoteApp.

Supporting Azure RemoteApp

This section covers the procedure for deploying Azure RemoteApp, how to publish your RemoteApp and how to connect to RemoteApp using Windows 10 mobile device

Supporting AppV

This section shows how to install, configure, and deploy App-V in Windows 10.

Manage updates and recovery

System Recovery

This section describes how to configure a Recovery Drive in Windows 10 and shows how to setup Windows 10 to utilize Restore Points to revert a PC back to a previous state when encountering critical system issues.

Updates and File Recovery

This section covers how to configure file recovery in Windows 10 using file recovery utility and how to restore a lost or corrupted file.

Schedule & Fees


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Duration 1 Year Access 90 days Access 5 Days 5 Days
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Course FAQ


Why Tech-Act for Configuring Windows Devices?

Tech-Act is well aware of the growing demand for professional Windows device configuring experts. Thus, we employ certified trainers for all our courses. Furthermore, Tech-Act is an authorized and registered learning center for CompTIA, EC Council and Pearson Vue. Most important of all, you can choose the pace of your course.

What are the key benefits of Configuring Windows Devices?

Benefits at a glance:

  • Prepares you for 70-697 exam
  • Device and desktop deployment
  • Storage configuration
  • Network configuration
  • Remote Access
  • Data protection and access
  • Apps management
  • Identity management
  • Recovery and updates
  • User data migration
  • Configuring Wi-Fi
  • Data sharing
  • Microsoft Intune implementation and planning

Do you have certified trainers onboard?

Yes, every trainer at Tech-Act is industry experienced and certified to offer professionals with top quality learning experience.

What is the eligibility criteria to enroll for Configuring Windows Devices?

Understanding of Windows (7, 8, Vista or 8.1) is recommended. Further, knowledge of PowerShell and command prompt will be great.

Professionals apt for this course include Windows Device Systems admins and/or support technicians who are involved in data protection, apps management, mobile devices management, virtualization, building identities using Microsoft Store or company portal.

Professionals should exhibit some amount of experience with Windows troubleshooting, maintenance, administration, security, etc. You should also possess some basic knowledge of Windows networking, Microsoft Intune and Active Directory.

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