Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 (70-412)



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Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 (70-412)


About This Course

The Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 certification course trains professionals to provision, manage, maintain and execute infrastructure and services in Windows Server 2012 domain. The course essentially prepares professionals for the 70-412 exam, which covers disaster recovery, failover clustering, active directory rights management, business continuity, network load balancing and active directory domain services.

Professionals will also learn about information access, protection and provisioning technologies like DAC (Dynamic Access Control), Workplace Join and Web Application Proxy integration.

Simply put, the course is designed for professionals to achieve adequate skills and knowledge to help them make apt decisions pertaining to configuring of advanced Windows Server 2012 services. This certification course is part three of a series of certification courses and validates advanced configuring functions to maintain, manage and deploy Windows Server 2012 infrastructure such as identity federation, fault tolerance, etc. The Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 course along with the other courses in the series helps to validate the essential expertise and skills required to implement, manage, provision and maintain infrastructure and services in Windows Server 2012 environments.


Who Should Attend This Course

The course is aimed at IT professionals to help them gain hands-on exposure and experience in administering, implementing and managing Windows Server 2012 environments.

It is ideal for anyone who seeks to achieve skills and knowledge required for carrying out provisioning and management of services within a Windows Server 2012 environment.


Why This Course

The course prepares you for the 70-412 exam, which covers failover clustering, disaster recovery, business continuity, active directory rights management, active directory domain services and network load balancing.

After successful Completion of the course, you achieve following:

  • Configure DAC to help audit and manage access to the shared files
  • Configure and implement Active Directory Certificate
  • Configure advanced features in the DHCP
  • Configure advanced DNS settings
  • Implement certificate deployment
  • Implement certificate revocation and distribution
  • Implement Failover Clustering using Hyper-V

Course Objectives
  • Prepare you for 70-412 exam
  • Fault tolerance
  • Identify federation
  • Certificate services
  • Network Load Balancing
  • Failover clustering
  • Managing Virtual Machine (VM)
  • Advanced file services
  • Dynamic Access Control (DAC)
  • Optimizing storage
  • Managing backups
  • Recovering servers
  • Advanced DNS solutions
  • Configuring domains and trusts
  • Configuring sites
  • Active Directory management
  • Installing Active Directory Certificates
  • Managing certificates
  • Active Directory Rights Management Services

Course Prerequisites
  • Basic understanding and experience to administering a Server 2012 infrastructure in an enterprise IT environment.
  • Experience with Windows Server 2012 or 2008

Course Benefits


After successful Completion of the course, you achieve following:

  • Configure DAC to help audit and manage access to the shared files
  • Configure and implement Active Directory Certificate
  • Configure advanced features in the DHCP
  • Configure advanced DNS settings
  • Implement certificate deployment
  • Implement certificate revocation and distribution
  • Implement Failover Clustering using Hyper-V

Curriculum


Advanced Network Services

Overveiw

This section gives information about MCSA 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services. It covers advanced configurations, Active Directory Federated Services and other areas.

Advanced Network Services

This section explains advanced network services. It introduces Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and walks through the setting process. It covers how to integrate with other core network services such as DNS and how to create scopes and associated scope options such as exclusions and reservations.

Advanced File Services

Advanced File Services

This section covers advanced file services. It introduces Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI) and explain why it is viable option for many organizations. It shows essential building blocks or components needs to set and also demonstrates some installation and post installation configurations.

Implementing Dynamic Access Control

Implementing Dynamic Access Control

This section introduce Dynamic Access Control. It explains the significance of core components such as GUIDs . It demonstrates how to create and manage claims, how to create and manage access control rules, how to configure central access rules and more.

Access Denied Assistance and Work Folders

This section explains how one can customize access denied messages to help point the end user to the proper IT staff such as the help desk or any other message for that matter. It also discusses Work Folders and explains how domain and non-domain joined system can access centrally located data.ally located data.

Distributed AD DS Deployments

Distributed AD DS Deployments

This section explains Active Directory Domain Services. It covers meaning of several boundaries and the terminology needed to understand the Active Directory environment. It also walks thru the process of setting up a child domain.

AD DS Sites and Replication

AD DS Sites and Replication

This section discusses partitions that are pertinent to Active Directory. It explains what is stored in each of the four main partitions such as configuration, schema, domain and application partitions. It also covers key characteristics of AD DS replication.

Implementing AD CS

Implementing AD CS

This section introduces the idea of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). It explains several components such as root and subordinate CA’s. It shows how to install Active Directory Certificate Services Role to begin setting up the PKI infrastructure and configuration an enterprise root CA. It also demonstrates how to create a new certificate template to be used to issue certificates.

Implementing AD RMS

Implementing AD RMS

This section introduces Active Directory Rights Management Services. It covers key components such as the RMS server, client and RMS-enabled apps. It explains several types of Rights Account Certificates (RACs). It also demonstrates how to install necessary features and components for RMS.

Implementing AD FS

Implementing AD FS

This section discusses what federation is, what is claims-based identity and claims-based authentication, what are the building blocks of AD FS. It covers the pre-requisites for installation and configuration of AD FS including the use of an account with domain administrative rights, a publically trusted certificate for SSL server authentication, and whether to create a brand new AD FS server farm, or join an existing one.

Implement Network Load Balancing

Implement Network Load Balancing

This section discusses what Network Load Balancing is, its features and how it works. It shows the powershell cmdlets used to manage NLB, and also covers the pre-requisites for NLB installation, use powershell to install the NLB feature, as well as to create an NLB cluster.

Configure Failover Clustering

Configure Failover Clustering

This section discusses what a cluster is, the vocabulary of a failover cluster, and the new features for failover clustering in Server 2012 and 2012 R2. It demonstrates the installation and configuration of a failover cluster by discussing the pre-requisites, as well as examining the failover cluster manager validation configuration wizard.

Manage Failover Clustering Role

This section discusses the differences between Host and Guest Clustering. It shows the configuration of the failover cluster. It discusses how to add storage to the cluster, how to add the virtual machine role to the cluster, and how to ensure virtual machines are available for the cluster by using the move virtual machine wizard to relocate virtual machine storage to the cluster shared volume.

Configure and Manage High Availability

Manage VM Movement

This section discusses the differences between Virtual Machine Migration Options. It shows the configuration of a Live Migration solution on a Hyper-V host. It also demonstrates the configuration of the shared iSCSI storage to support the movement of Virtual Machines.

Implement BC and DR

Implement BC and DR

This section discusses the importance of business continuity and disaster recovery. It covers key aspects to consider while planning and demonstrate how to install the backup feature and perform a backup. It also explain options such as what to backup in addition to performing a restoration.

Configure Site-Level Fault Tolerance

This section demonstrate how to set up Hyper-V Replica. It also shows configuration for Hyper-V Replica and testing Planned Failover, Failover, and the Test Failover options.

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What are the key benefits of Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012?

After successful Completion of the course, you achieve following:

  • Configure DAC to help audit and manage access to the shared files
  • Configure and implement Active Directory Certificate
  • Configure advanced features in the DHCP
  • Configure advanced DNS settings
  • Implement certificate deployment
  • Implement certificate revocation and distribution
  • Implement Failover Clustering using Hyper-V
  • Prepare for MS Installing and Configuring Server 2012 70-410 exam.

Do you have certified trainers onboard?

Yes, all our trainers certified.

What is the eligibility criteria to enroll for Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012?

The course is aimed at IT professionals to help them gain hands-on exposure and experience in administering, implementing and managing Windows Server 2012 environments.

It is ideal for anyone who seeks to achieve skills and knowledge required for carrying out provisioning and management of services within a Windows Server 2012 environment.

  • Basic understanding and experience to administering a Server 2012 infrastructure in an enterprise IT environment.
  • Experience with Windows Server 2012 or 2008

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