Identity with Windows Server 2016 (70-742)



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Identity with Windows Server 2016 (70-742)


About This Course

This MS Windows Server 2016 certification course prepares you for the renowned MS 70-742 exam. The exam covers in-depth about Active Directory and related technologies within the Windows Server 2016 domain. It also teaches you about PowerShell.

The coursework focuses on configuration and installation of AS DS (Active Directory Domain Services) in the Windows Server 2016 environment. The course also covers Web Application proxy, AD FS and group policy implementation. Most importantly, it covers the essential topics to help you clear the 70-742 exam.


Who Should Attend This Course

Professionals who can take up this course are the ones who manage identities using functionalities in Server 2016. The course is apt for professionals involved in installing, configuring, managing, and maintaining Group Policy Objects (GPOs) and Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).


Why This Course

This MS Windows Server 2016 certification course prepares you for the renowned MS 70-742 exam. The exam covers in-depth about Active Directory and related technologies within the Windows Server 2016 domain. It also teaches you about PowerShell. 

After completing the course, you learn the following:

  • Configuring and installing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
  • Maintaining and managing AD DS
  • Managing Group Policy
  • Implementing Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)
  • Implementing access solutions and identity federation

Course Objectives

The course covers the following key exam objectives:

  • Install/configure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
  • Manage AD DS
  • Manage Group Policy
  • Implement Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)
  • Implement access solutions and identity federation

Course Prerequisites

Professionals enrolling for this course ought to have some amount of experience in Windows server/ client environment and fundamentals of server administration.


Course Benefits


After completing the course, you learn the following:

  • Configuring and installing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
  • Maintaining and managing AD DS
  • Managing Group Policy
  • Implementing Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)
  • Implementing access solutions and identity federation

Curriculum


Installing and configuring domain controllers

Overview

This section gives the information about The 70-697 Configuring Windows Devices exam. It covers topics that are responsible for deploying, maintaining and supporting Windows desktops and other devices in a corporate or enterprise environment. It also covers the features that are designed for environments with a large quantity of computers.

Install / Configure Domain Controllers

This section introduces several fundamental components of an Active Directory Directory Services infrastructure. It also explains the difference between physical and logical AD DS components.

Install AD DS on Server Core

This section demonstrates how to install AD DS on Server Core.

Configuring a Global Catalog Server

This section demonstrates how to configure a global catalog server.

Manage DNS SRV Records

This section demonstrates how to manage DNS Service Records.

Transferring and Seizing FSMO Roles

This section discusses and demonstrate transferring as well as seizing FSMO Roles.

Domain Controller Cloning

This section discusses and demonstrate how to clone a Domain Controller.

Installing a Domain Controller using IFM

This section explains what it means to Install From Media (IFM) and when it may be optimal to do so.

Installing a Read Only Domain Controller

This section explains what a Read Only Domain Controller is and how to set it up. During the setup process factors such as security, budget and bandwidth play an important decision. It also demonstrates setup process step by step.

Managing objects in AD DS

Managing Objects in AD DS

This section discusses what an object is and how different attributes and values can be set. It covers various tabs within the Active Directory Users. It also explains the purpose of a user profile and the different values that can be used for custom settings.

Advanced AD DS infrastructure management

Advanced AD DS Infrastructure Mgmt

This section explains logical boundaries with in AD DS. It covers domain boundries such as replication, administration, Group Policy, audit and password/account policy boundaries. It also discusses Active Directory Management Tool (ADMT).

Configuring a Forest Trust Relationship

This section discusses AD DS Trust Types. It explains what is one-way, two-way, and transitive trusts. It demonstrates special and guest appearance.

Creating an External Trust

This section demonstrates how to configure trust relationships. It shows how to create an external trust. It also covers step by step process such as SID filtering and more.

Name Suffix Routing

This section covers name suffix routing. It is a mechanism for managing authentication requests route across forests joined with trusts. It demonstrates step by step walk through and explains how to allow or block authentication.

Implementing and administering AD DS sites and replication

AD DS Sites and Replication

This section explains different partitions associated with AD DS. It shows the difference between configuration, schema, domain, and application partitions. It demonstrates how to use the ADSI edit tool.

Implementing Group Policy

Implementing Group Policy

This section introduces Group Policy. It covers fundamentals and explains use of group policy to get hands on experience. It demonstrates how to access local policy in a Windows 10 machine as well as domain policy on a domain controller to see how the interfaces differ. It walks thru the interface showing basics such as templates, RSOP and more. It shows the order of GPO inheritance and demonstrates how to block, link, and delegate those policies. It also covers how to re-link the default domain policy after blocking an OU level policy.

Managing user settings with Group Policy

Managing User Settings with Group Policy

This section covers the ways to manage users via group policy. It explores administrative templates, .adml and .admx file extensions. It also demonstrates filter options and shows how to create a Policy definitions folder if not using a central share.

Securing Active Directory Domain Services

Securing AD DS

This section covers security awareness using AD DS. It explains Default Domain Policy vs Default Domain Controllers Policy. It also shows security settings in the Group Policy Manager.

Password Replication Policy for RODCs

This section discusses how to configure Password Replication Policy for RODCs. It shows the default allow and deny group settings. It demonstrates how to add a group to allow credential caching for both user user and computer accounts.

Deploying and managing AD CS

Deploying and Managing AD CS

This section introduces Active Directory Certificate Services. It defines components that make up a Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) . It discusses the differences between standalone and enterprise CA, configuring a root CA and how to create a CA via PowerShell.

Auto Enrollment and Key Archiving

This section discuss certificate services. It explains the ways to deploy and manage certificates. It covers how to create a Secure User template and how to link a certificate through group policy to set up auto enrollment. It also talks about what an enrollment agent is and how to configure it.

Install and Configure Online Responder

This section walks through the steps to configure the template for Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) response. It also demonstrates how to add responder configurations.

Implementing and administering AD FS

Implementing and Administering AD FS

This section covers Active Directory Federation Services. It discusses its key terms and components. It shows how to install and configure ADFS. It also explains how to set up the claim provider trust.

Implementing and administering AD RMS

Implementing and Administering AD RMS

This section introduces Active Directory Rights Management Service. It explains the concept and underpinning key architecture. It discusses components such as the AD RMS sever, client and AD RMS-enabled apps.

Monitoring, managing, and recovering AD DS

Maintain the AD DS

This section covers NTDS files and its locations. It uses NTDSUtil.exe to simulate a failure by shutting down the Domain Controller and removing the failed object, often called a metadata cleanup. It demonstrates how to create and use Active Directory snapshots and how to enable the Active Directory Recycle Bin.

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Why Tech-Act for Identity?

Tech-Act is a trusted name when it comes to professional IT training. Powered by certified trainers, Tech-Act makes sure that all the students receive top-quality learning experience. In addition, we are an authorized learning partner for CompTIA, EC Council and Pearson Vue.

What are the key benefits of Identity?

After completing the course, you learn the following:

  • Configuring and installing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
  • Maintaining and managing AD DS
  • Managing Group Policy
  • Implementing Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)
  • Implementing access solutions and identity federation

Do you have certified trainers onboard?

Yes, trainers employed at Tech-Act are certified bringing in years of industry experience.

What is the eligibility criteria to enroll for Identity?

Professionals enrolling for this course ought to have some amount of experience in Windows server/ client environment and fundamentals of server administration.

  • Professionals who can take up this course are the ones who manage identities using functionalities in Server 2016. The course is apt for professionals involved in installing, configuring, managing, and maintaining Group Policy Objects (GPOs) and Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).

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