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Microsoft 70-680 TS: Configuring Windows 7

Course Description

10.56 Hours

146 Videos

Getting certified on the Windows operating system can help you reach your goals. In today’s increasingly complex IT environment, a Windows certification helps prove to customers and employers that you have the technical skills necessary to do the job. By sitting for one exam, you’ll become MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist) certified. Many of today’s IT jobs are looking for the MCTS or MCITP (Microsoft Certified IT Professional) certifications.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Installing,Upgrading and Migrating Windows 7

  1. Course And Instructor Introduction
  2. Introducing Windows 7-Part1
  3. Introducing Windows 7-Part2
  4. Pre Installation Requirements-Part1
  5. Pre Installation Requirements-Part2
  6. Installing Windows 7-Part1
  7. Installing Windows 7-Part2
  8. Upgrading Windows 7
  9. Migrating Windows 7

Module 2: Deploying Windows 7 in the Enterprise

  1. Overview Of Image Based Installations-Part1
  2. Overview Of Image Based Installations-Part2
  3. Overview Of Image Based Installations Demo
  4. Capturing System Images-Part1
  5. Capturing System Images-Part2
  6. Capturing System Images-Part3
  7. Preparing Images For Deployment-Part1
  8. Preparing Images For Deployment-Part2
  9. Working With User State
  10. Working With Virtual Drives
  11. Activating Windows 7

Module 3: Enterprise Management in Windows 7

  1. Automating Management Using Group Policy-Part1
  2. Automating Management Using Group Policy-Part2
  3. Automating Management Using Group Policy-Part3
  4. Using Windows Powershell 2.0-Part1
  5. Using Windows Powershell 2.0-Part2
  6. Using Windows Powershell 2.0-Part3

Module 4: Configuring Hardware and Applications

  1. Working With Device Drivers-Part1
  2. Working With Device Drivers-Part2
  3. Working With Hard Disks-Part1
  4. Working With Hard Disks-Part2
  5. Configuring Application Compatibility
  6. Configuring Internet Explorer-Part1
  7. Configuring Internet Explorer-Part2
  8. Configuring Application Restrictions

Module 5: Configuring Network Connectivity

  1. Configuring TCPIP-Part1
  2. Configuring TCPIP-Part2
  3. Configuring TCPIP-Part3
  4. IP Address Assignment-Part1
  5. IP Address Assignment-Part2
  6. Name Resolution Services-Part1
  7. Name Resolution Services-Part2
  8. Wireless Networking-Part1
  9. Wireless Networking-Part2
  10. Remote Management
  11. Troubleshooting Connectivity Issues

Module 6: Configuring Access to Resources

  1. Authentication And Authorization-Part1
  2. Authentication And Authorization-Part2
  3. Managing Access To Files Using NTFS
  4. Managing Sharing
  5. Managing Shared Printers
  6. Configuring Branch Cache

Module 7: Configuring Mobile Computing

  1. Configuring Mobile Computer And Device Settings-Part1
  2. Configuring Mobile Computer And Device Settings-Part2
  3. Configuring Remote Access-Part1
  4. Configuring Remote Access-Part2

Module 8: Configuring Security Options

  1. User Account Control
  2. Encrypting File Systems
  3. Bit Locker Drive Encryption-Part1
  4. Bit Locker Drive Encryption-Part2
  5. Network Access Protection
  6. Windows Firewall With Advanced Security
  7. Configuring Anti-Malware
  8. Auditing Network Access

Module 9: Monitoring And Maintaining Systems

  1. Configuring Windows Updates
  2. Event Monitoring
  3. Performance Monitoring

Module 10: Configuring Backup and Recovery Options

  1. Troubleshooting Startup Issues
  2. Using Windows Backup
  3. Using System Restore
  4. Course Conclusion


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