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Microsoft 70-697: Configuring Windows Devices (Windows 10)

Course Description

15.30 Hours

135 Videos

With Windows 10, students that can obtain these certifications will have a considerable advantage in the marketplace as companies start to migrate over to Microsoft’s new OS. Microsoft is expecting to put Windows 10 on over a billion devices. Windows 10 contains many new features that have revolutionized Microsoft’s platform. The start button is back, more security has been added, a new browser has been integrated and Microsoft has even added their voice-based personal assistant, Cortana. This ITU course will prepare students for the Microsoft 70-697 Certification for Windows 10. This training course will cover topics such as Windows 10 deployment, OS management and device management, and many others.

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Introducing Windows 10

  1. Course Introduction
  2. What Makes Windows 10 Different
  3. Overview Of Windows 10 Features
  4. Navigating And Using Windows 10-Part 1
  5. Navigating And Using Windows 10-Part 2

Module 2: Installing Windows 10

  1. Preparing For Installation
  2. Installation Options
  3. Upgrading And Migrating-Part 1
  4. Upgrading And Migrating-Part 2

Module 3: Configuring Devices

  1. Overview Of Configuration Tools
  2. Common Configuration Options
  3. Managing User Accounts-Part 1
  4. Managing User Accounts-Part 2
  5. Using Control Panel
  6. Using Windows Administration Tools-Part 1
  7. Using Windows Administration Tools-Part 2
  8. Using Windows PowerShell-Part 1
  9. Using Windows PowerShell-Part 2

Module 4: Configuring Network Connectivity

  1. TCP IP Network Connectivity-Part 1
  2. TCP IP Network Connectivity-Part 2
  3. TCP IP Network Connectivity-Part 3
  4. Name Resolution
  5. Wireless
  6. Remote Access Overview-Part 1
  7. Remote Access Overview-Part 2
  8. Troubleshooting Connectivity

Module 5: Managing Storage, Data, And Printers

  1. Managing Hard Disks-Part 1
  2. Managing Hard Disks-Part 2
  3. Managing Hard Disks-Part 3
  4. Creating And Managing Storage Spaces
  5. Overview Of Data Access
  6. Configuring And Managing File Access
  7. Managing Shared Folder
  8. Understanding Work Folder
  9. Managing Printers

Module 6: Managing Apps

  1. Installing And Configuring Applications
  2. Managing Apps From The Windows Store
  3. Managing Microsoft Edge Web Browser

Module 7: Managing Device Security

  1. Configuring Network Security-Part 1
  2. Configuring Network Security-Part 2
  3. Configuring Local Security
  4. Configuring Data Security-Part 1
  5. Configuring Data Security-Part 2
  6. Configuring Device Security

Module 8: Maintaining Windows 10

  1. Updating Windows 10
  2. Monitoring And Optimizing Windows 10-Part 1
  3. Monitoring And Optimizing Windows 10-Part 2

Module 9: Troubleshooting And Recovery

  1. Managing Devices And Drives
  2. Recovery Files
  3. Recovering Devices

Module 10: Deploying Windows 10 Enterprise Desktops

  1. Overview Of Image Based Deployment
  2. Automating Installations
  3. Windows Activation

Module 11: Managing User Profiles And User State Virtualization

  1. Managing User Profiles-Part 1
  2. Managing User Profiles-Part 2
  3. User State Virtualization
  4. User Profile Migration

Module 12: Managing Desktop And Application Settings Using Group policy

  1. Using Group Policy To Manage Windows 10 Devices Part 1
  2. Using Group Policy To Manage Windows 10 Devices-Part 2
  3. Using Group Policy To Manage Windows 10 Devices-Part 3
  4. Using Group Policy To Manage Windows 10 Devices-Part 4
  5. Using Group Policy To Manage Applications-Part 1
  6. Using Group Policy To Manage Applications-Part 2

Module 13: Configuring And Managing Client Hyper-V

  1. Introduction To Client Hyper-V
  2. Creating Virtual Machines
  3. Managing Virtual Machine Storage And Snapshot
  4. Conclusion

Module 14: Configuring Windows Devices – December, 2017 Update – Part1

  1. 1. Intro to Windows 10 Update 70-697-1D
  2. 2. Mod 1 Win 10 Update
  3. 3. Mod 1 Installing Windows 10
  4. 4. Mod 1 Examining Windows 10 Act
  5. 5. Mod 3 Configuring Devices
  6. 6. Mod 3 Examining GPOs Act
  7. 7. Mod 3.3 Display Options
  8. 8. Mod 3 Examining One Drive Act
  9. 9. Mod 4 Configuring Network Connectivity
  10. 10. Mod 4 Powershell Networking Commands Act
  11. 11. Mod 4.1 Network Mgmt Tools
  12. 12. Mod 4.1 Command Prompt Networkiing Tools Act
  13. 13. Mod 4.1 Network Mgmt Tools Part2
  14. 14. Mod 4.2 DNS
  15. 15. Mod 4.2 Name Resolution Act
  16. 16. Mod 4.3 Direct Access
  17. 17. Mod 5 Managing Storage
  18. 18. Mod 5 Server Based Storage
  19. 19. Mod 5 Storage Act
  20. 20. Mod 5.5 Diskpart
  21. 21. Mod 5.6 Powershell Disk Mgmt
  22. 22. Mod 5.7 Storage Mgmt
  23. 23. Mod 5 Storage Mgmt Act
  24. 24. Mod 6 Managing Files and Printers
  25. 25. Mod 6 CMD and PS Files System Commands Act
  26. 26. Mod 6.2 Permissions Inheritance
  27. 27. Mod 6.2 NTFS and Sharing Permissions Act
  28. 28. Mod 6.3 Type 4 Printer Drivers
  29. 29. Mod 6 Printing Mgmt Act
  30. 30. Mod 7 Managing Apps
  31. 31. Mod 7 Internet Explorer 11 Act
  32. 32. Mod 8 Managing Device Security
  33. 33. Mod 8.1 Security Compliance Toolkit
  34. 34. Mod 9 Maintaining Windows 10
  35. 35. Mod 9 Windows Update Settings Act
  36. 36. Mod 10 Startup and Recovery
  37. 37. Mod 10 Startup and Recovery settings Act
  38. 38. Mod 11 Additional Skills
  39. Windows Intro Update 70-697-2C

Module 15: Configuring Windows Devices – December, 2017 Update – Part2

  1. 1. Mod 1 Developing Mgmt Win 10
  2. 2. Mod 1 Windows Defender Act
  3. 3. Mod 1.1 Developing Part2
  4. 4. Mod 1 Applocker Act2
  5. 5. Mod1.2 Managing a Mobile Workforce
  6. 6. Mod 1 Remote Access Act2
  7. 7. Mod 1.2 Managing a Mobile Workforce Part2
  8. 8. Mod 1.3 Overview
  9. 9. Mod 1 Microsoft Azure Act2
  10. 10. Mod 2 Managing Win 10 Sign-in
  11. 11. Mod 2 Microsoft Account Act2
  12. 12. Mod 2.2 Overview of Azure AD
  13. 13. Mod 2 Microsoft Azure AD Act2
  14. 14. Mod 3 Managing User Profiles and User
  15. 15. Mod 4 Managing Desktop and Apps
  16. 16. Mod 5 Managing Devices in MS365
  17. 17. Mod 5 Office 365 Act2
  18. 18. Mod 6 Managing PCs Devices using Intune
  19. 19. Mod 6 Intune Act2
  20. 20. Mod 6.3 Intune App Mgmt
  21. 21. Mod 6.4 Working with WIP
  22. 22. Mod 7 Configuring and Using MS Store
  23. 23. Mod 7 Microsoft Store for Business Act2
  24. 24. Mod 7.2 Deploy Win 10 Auto-pilot
  25. 25. Mod 8 Managing Data Access Windows
  26. 26. Mod 8.4 Publishing and Using RemoteApp
  27. 27. Mod 9 Configuring and Managing Client Hyper-V
  28. 28. Mod 10 Additional Skills
  29. 29. Outr to Windows 10 Update 70-697


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