Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 (70-410)



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Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 (70-410)


About This Course

Microsoft Windows Server 2012: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 certification course prepares you for the renowned MS 70-410 exam and a broad range of system administration functions including configuring features and roles, configuring and installing servers, managing and creating group policies, administering and installing active directory, configuring and deploying core network related services and configuring Hyper-V. Professionals also get to learn about PowerShell with this course.

Put simply, the Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 certification program offers excellent foundational knowledge pertaining to the tools, techniques and principles required to prepare for MS 70-410 exam, which is also the key to achieving MCSE Expert and MCSA Associate certifications.


Who Should Attend This Course

This course is apt for:

  • Professionals who wish to hone their skills in the Windows Server 2012 domain
  • Information security (IS) analysts
  • Computer systems support experts
  • IT professionals

Since, these concepts are essential for these professions.


Why This Course

The Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 certification training offers foundational skills related to the tools, techniques and concepts to help you prepare for the quintessential MS 70-410 exam, which is the key to achieve your MCSA certification.

Post successful completion of this course, you will learn to:

  • Monitor, configure and install local storage and servers
  • Configure the servers for remote management
  • Configure and create networks, storage and virtual machine settings
  • Manage group policy
  • Install domain controllers
  • Monitor, install and configure Server 2012 with paired demos
  • Prepare for MS Installing and Configuring Server 2012 70-410 exam.

Course Objectives

This coursework is prudently designed to help you prepare for the Microsoft 70-401 exam. You will learn to install, monitor and configure servers as well as local storage. The objectives of this course is to help you learn the following vital concepts:

  • Installing and configuring servers
  • Configuring server features and roles
  • Configuring Hyper-V
  • Deploying and configuring vital network services
  • Installing and administering Active Directory
  • Creating and managing Group Policy

Course Prerequisites

Professionals enrolling for this course ought to have basic understanding of the topics covered in CompTIA’s Network+ certification program. Basic understanding of PowerShell is an added advantage, but necessary.


Course Benefits


Post successful completion of this course, you will learn to:

  • Monitor, configure and install local storage and servers
  • Configure the servers for remote management
  • Configure and create networks, storage and virtual machine settings
  • Manage group policy
  • Install domain controllers
  • Monitor, install and configure Server 2012 with paired demos
  • Prepare for MS Installing and Configuring Server 2012 70-410 exam.

Curriculum


Install and configure servers

Overview of Windows Server 2012 R2

This section gives information the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate. MCSA: Windows Server 2012 covers topics responsible for deploying, maintaining and supporting Windows Server 2012 servers in a corporate or enterprise environment.

Installing Server with GUI

This section covers installing Windows Server 2012R2 with a GUI interface. It also demonstrate how to configure the server using server manager and how to get the server ready for a production environment.

Installing Server Core

This section covers installing Windows Server 2012 R2 core. It demonstrate how to configure the server using sconfig and how to get the server ready for a production environment.

Migrating Roles

This section demonstrate migrating server roles as a preferred method over the use of upgrading and installing the role. It shows us the pre-planning concepts and some of the “Dos” and “Don’ts” when migrating roles. It also shows the resources is needed in the migration process and the features on demand installation of the migration tools.

Features on Demand

This section demonstrate how to add/remove the GUI interface from Server 2012 R2. It also shows how to take advantage of Features on Demand.

Configuring Disks

This section discusses the importance of managing disks and the properties of basic and dynamic disks. It demonstrate the use of Disk Management for configuring disks.

Managing Volumes

This section demonstrate partition management when working with multiple disks. It shows tools such as DiskPart and the power of PowerShell to configure partitions across multiple disks.

Virtual Hard Disks

This section takes a look at virtual hard drives. It demonstrate use of DiskPart to create and manage virtual hard disks. It also explain Disk Management to work with VHDs.

Storage Spaces

This section explains the use and importance of using Storage Spaces. It covers how storage pools and storage spaces mix together to lay the foundation of combining multiple drives into logical storage.

Configure server roles and features

Configuring NTFS Permissions

This section covers NTFS permissions. It discusses NTFS permissions, explicit and inherited permissions, blocking inheritance and effective permissions.

Configuring Shares

This section covers configuring shares. It discusses different methods for creating shares. It talks about offline files, access-based enumeration and Previous Versions.

Desired State Configuration

This section demonstrate using PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC). It uses DSC to ensure a Windows role is installed, and a directory is created and populated. It also shows how to use parameters with DSC.

Using Server Manager

This section discusses managing remote servers. It uses a Windows 8.1 machine with RSAT installed and demonstrate configuring the remote servers for remote management.

Downlevel Non-trusted Servers

This section discusses managing downlevel servers and servers in non-trusted domains. It demonstrate how to configure them and add them to server manager.

Configuring Server Core

This section configure 2012 R2 server core for remote administration. It uses netsh and netdom commands to get the server core ready for remote management.

Configuring Printers

This section takes a look at working with printers at the enterprise level. It demonstrates print management console and its features. It also covers Easy Print driver and how to set up printer pooling.

Configure Hyper-V

Virtual Machine Settings

This section takes a look at virtual machine settings. It uses Hyper-V Manager to create and configure virtual machines. It demonstrates the use of Enhanced Session Mode as well as many other features leveraging the use of virtual machines such as Gen 1 and Gen 2 VMs.

Virtual Hard Drives

This section takes a look at creating and configuring virtual machine storage. It shows creation of VHDs and working with different disks and parent disks. It discusses virtual machine storage. It also talks about how and when to use pass-through disks and managing checkpoints for saving the current state of virtual machines.

Virtual Networks

This section explains the use of virtual networks. It explains different types of virtual switches and how to set static MAC addresses. It also talks about how to set VLAN IDs on VMs and when to use legacy versus synthetic network adapters in Hyper-V.

Deploy and configure core network services

Interoperability with IPv6

This section explores interoperability between IPv4 and IPv6. It demonstrate using ISATAP and Teredo tunnels to allow IPv4 and IPv6 clients to communicate with each other.

Install and Configure DHCP

This section covers DHCP. It discusses installing and configuring DHCP, creating scopes, reservations and options. It also discusses using a relay agent.It talks about the scope and using reservations versus exclusions. It explains relay agent and when to use one and how it fits into a network.

Understanding DNS

This section discusses DNS. It explains the basics of DNS and how both internal and external name resolution works.

Configuring DNS

This section demonstrate configuring DNS. It explains forwarders, conditional forwarding and root hints. It also discusses managing the DNS cache.

Managing DNS

This section demonstrate managing DNS. It demonstrate working with the DNS cache, configuring root hints, forwarders, and stub zones.

Install and administer Active Directory

Preparing AD DS Installation

This section covers how to install Active Directory Domain Services. It also explains domain and forest functional levels and ADPrep.

Installing AD DS

This section discusses the different methods used to install Active Directory. It covers using Server Manager, promoting a core install, and setting up Active Directory on Microsoft Azure.

Creating AD Users

This section discusses creating Active Directory Users.

Automating AD User Creation

This section discusses the process of automating Active Directory User creation.

AD Bulk Operation

This section discusses the tips and tricks to performing bulk operations when working with the Active Directory.

Active Directory Groups

This section introduces Active Directory Groups and how to administer a variety of policies to the correct departments or single users. It leverage PowerShell for creating groups and demonstrate how the use of policies can restrict the use of certain groups.

Organizational Units

This section introduces to the world of organizational units. It discusses the various containers and their uses.

Microsoft Azure

This section examine deploying an Active Directory domain controller inside of the Microsoft Azure cloud data center. It demonstrate securely connecting a local network with a private cloud network using a VPN and install and promote an Active Directory domain controller.

Create and manage Group Policy

Create Group Policy Objects

This section explains ADMX/ADML files and shows how to configure a central store, as well as how to import administrative templates. It also covers GPO links and working with multiple local policies.

Configure Security Policies

This section covers using a GPO to assign User Rights Assignment and Security Options. It also discuss Audit Policy settings within a GPO.

Application Restriction Policies

This section discusses application restriction policies. It demonstrate the uses between AppLocker and Software Restriction Policies. It explains the situations when theses rules and policies should be used.

Schedule & Fees


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Why Tech-Act for Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012?

Tech-Act has been serving professionals and students with top-quality learning experience since years. Tech-Act has helped thousands of working professionals in driving their career on the right foot by offering them with best in class IT training. We employ experienced and certified trainers with accountability coaching. In addition, Tech-Act is a recognized learning center for CompTIA, EC Council and Pearson Vue.

What are the key benefits of Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012?

Post successful completion of this course, you will learn to:

  • Monitor, configure and install local storage and servers
  • Configure the servers for remote management
  • Configure and create networks, storage and virtual machine settings
  • Manage group policy
  • Install domain controllers
  • Monitor, install and configure Server 2012 with paired demos
  • Prepare for MS Installing and Configuring Server 2012 70-410 exam.

Do you have certified trainers onboard?

Yes, every trainer associated with Tech-Act is experienced and certified to do the job.

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

This course is apt for:

  • Professionals who wish to hone their skills in the Windows Server 2012 domain
  • Information security (IS) analysts
  • Computer systems support experts
  • IT professionals

Professionals enrolling for this course ought to have basic understanding of the topics covered in CompTIA’s Network+ certification program. Basic understanding of PowerShell is an added advantage, but necessary.

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