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Microsoft 70-410: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012

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22.19 Hours

76 Videos

This course covers the following topics in order to prepare for the exam: Install and configure servers. Configure server roles and features. Configure Hyper-V. Deploy and configure core network services. Install and administer Active Directory. Create and manage Group Policy.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Installing And Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2

  1. Course And Instructor Introduction
  2. Overview-Part1
  3. Overview-Part2
  4. Overview-Part3
  5. Management-Part1
  6. Management-Part2
  7. Management-Part3
  8. Management-Part4
  9. Management-Part5
  10. Installation-Part1
  11. Installation-Part2
  12. Installation-Part3
  13. Questions-Part1
  14. Questions-Part2

Module 2: Installing and Configuring an Active Directory Domaine Control

  1. Active Directory Design-Part1
  2. Active Directory Design-Part2
  3. Active Directory Design-Part3
  4. Installing Active Directory Domain Services-Part1
  5. Installing Active Directory Domain Services-Part2
  6. Installing Active Directory Domain Services-Part3
  7. Installing Active Directory Domain Services-Part4
  8. Questions

Module 3: Administering Active Directory Objects

  1. Design And Create An Active Directory Hierarchy-Part1
  2. Design And Create An Active Directory Hierarchy-Part2
  3. Manage Users-Part1
  4. Manage Users-Part2
  5. Manage Users-Part3
  6. Manage Computers-Part1
  7. Manage Computers-Part2
  8. Manage Computers-Part3
  9. Questions

Module 4: Automating Administration Tasks

  1. Powershell Overview And Object Command-Part1
  2. Powershell Overview And Object Command-Part2
  3. Powershell Overview And Object Command-Part3
  4. Command Line Object Management And Bulk Operations-Part1
  5. Command Line Object Management And Bulk Operations-Part2
  6. Questions

Module 5: Configuring IPv4

  1. TCP IP Overview
  2. IPv4 Addressing-Part1
  3. IPv4 Addressing-Part2
  4. Subnetting And Supernetting
  5. Configure And Troubleshoot IPv4-Part1
  6. Configure And Troubleshoot IPv4-Part2
  7. Questions-Part1
  8. Questions-Part2

Module 6: Configuring IPv6

  1. Configuring IPV6-Part1
  2. Configuring IPV6-Part2
  3. Questions

Module 7: Installing and Configuring DHCP

  1. DHCP Overview Database Security-Part1
  2. DHCP Overview Database Security-Part2
  3. Questions

Module 8: Installing and Configuring DNS

  1. Installing And Configuring DNS-Part1
  2. Installing And Configuring DNS-Part2
  3. Installing And Configuring DNS-Part3
  4. Installing And Configuring DNS-Part4
  5. Installing And Configuring DNS-Part5
  6. Questions

Module 9: Configuring Storage Spaces And File And Print Services

  1. Design And Implement Storage Spaces-Part1
  2. Design And Implement Storage Spaces-Part2
  3. Design And Implement Storage Spaces-Part3
  4. Secure Files And Folders Configure Offline Files And Shadow Copies
  5. Implement Network Printing
  6. Questions

Module 10: Configuring Group Policy

  1. Create Group Policy Objects
  2. Configure Group Policy Settings-Part1
  3. Configure Group Policy Settings-Part2
  4. Implement A Central Store And Questions

Module 11: Securing Windows Servers

  1. Securing Windows Servers-Part1
  2. Securing Windows Servers-Part2
  3. Questions

Module 12: Installing and Configuring Virtual Servers and Clients

  1. Virtualization Solution
  2. Hyper V-Part1
  3. Hyper V-Part2
  4. Network Virtualization And Questions-Part1
  5. Network Virtualization And Questions-Part2
  6. Conclusion

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