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Microsoft 70-698: Installing and Configuring Windows 10

Course Description

20 Hours

198 Videos

Microsoft 70-698: Installing and Configuring Windows 10, focuses on three broad topics, with various subtopics under those headings. Implement Windows, Configure and Support Core Services and Manage and Maintain Windows are the three broad topics. This video series will take you through each topic covered in the online outline from Microsoft’s website.

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Course Syllabus

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 1 : Prepare for installation requirements

  1. Prep for Installation Windows 10
  2. Clean Install or Upgrade Windows 10
  3. Editions of Windows 10
  4. What Features Do You Want
  5. Installation Media
  6. Looking at MS Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT)

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 2 : Install Windows

  1. Installing Windows
  2. Clean installation of Windows 10-Demo
  3. Upgrade using Installation Media
  4. Configure Native Boot and VHD
  5. Migrating to Windows 10
  6. Chp2 Booting from VHD
  7. Creating a VHD-Demo
  8. Installing Windows 10 to a VHD-Demo
  9. Installing on Bootable USB
  10. Using USMT User State Migration Tool-Demo
  11. Additional Windows Features
  12. Create an MBR-Partitioned VHD-Demo
  13. Additional Regional and Language Support
  14. Putting Win 10 on a VHD with DISM-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 3 : Configure devices and device drivers

  1. Configure Devices and Device Drivers
  2. Resolve Driver Issues
  3. Configuring Driver Settings
  4. Manage Driver Packages
  5. Download and Import Driver Packages
  6. Using DISM
  7. Installing o Updating Drivers using Device Manager-Demo
  8. Roll Back Drivers-Demo
  9. Using Sigverif-Demo
  10. More on Device Manager-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 4 : Perform post-installation configuration

  1. Perform Post Installation Configuration
  2. Configure Accessibilty Options
  3. Configure Cortana
  4. Configure Microsoft Edge
  5. Configure Internet Explorer
  6. Configure Client Hyper-V
  7. Configure Power Settings
  8. Customizing the Start Menu-Demo
  9. Start Tiles-Demo
  10. Desktop Customization-Demo
  11. Action Center and Notifications-Demo
  12. Hyper V-Demo
  13. Power Settings-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 5 : Implement Windows in an enterprise environment

  1. Implement Windows in an Enterprise Enviornment
  2. Implementing Active Directory
  3. Implement Volume Activation Using a Key Mgmt Service
  4. Query and Configure Activation State using Command line
  5. Configure Active Directory Including Group Policies
  6. Configure and Optimize User Account Control UAC
  7. Using Software Licensing Manager; slmgr.vbs -dli-Demo
  8. Taking a look at UAC-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 6 : Configure networking

  1. Configuring Networking
  2. Configuring Name Resolution
  3. Connect to a Network
  4. Configure Network Locations
  5. Configure Windows Firewall
  6. Configure Windows Firewall with Advance Security
  7. Configure Network Discovery
  8. Configuring Wi-Fi Settings
  9. Troubleshoot Network Issues
  10. Configure VPNs
  11. Configure IPsec
  12. Configure DirectAccess
  13. Configure IP Addresses Manually-Demo
  14. DNS Settings-Demo
  15. Looking at Network Locations and where to make Chpanges-Demo
  16. Windows Firewall – Basic Settings-Demo
  17. Windows Firewall – Advanced Settings-Demo
  18. Troubleshooting Tools-Demo
  19. Create a VPN Connection-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 7 : Configure storage

  1. Configure Storage
  2. Create and Configure VHD
  3. Configure Removable Devices
  4. Create and Configure Storage Spaces
  5. Troubleshoot Storage and Removable Device Issue
  6. Steps to create a simple volume-Demo
  7. Create VHD with Hyper-V Manager-Demo
  8. Create VHD with PowerShell-Demo
  9. Bitlocker to Go-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 8 : Configure data access and usage

  1. Configure Data Access and Usage File-Printer
  2. Configure File System Permissions
  3. Configure File Share Public Folders and OneDrive
  4. Configure OneDrive usage including Files On Demand
  5. Troubleshoot Data Access and Usage
  6. File Sharing-Demo
  7. Printer Sharing-Demo
  8. Set Printer Security-Demo
  9. File system permissions-Demo
  10. Public Folder Sharing-Demo
  11. OneDrive-Demo
  12. Storage Sense-Demo
  13. Disk Quotas-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 9 : Implement Apps

  1. Implement Apps
  2. Configure Startup Options
  3. Configure Windows Features
  4. Configure Windows Stores
  5. Implementing Windows Store Apps
  6. Implement Windows Store for Business and Education
  7. Provison Packages
  8. Create Packages
  9. Chpange Default Apps-Demo
  10. Application Startup Options-Demo
  11. Looking at Windows Features-Demo
  12. Windows Store-Demo
  13. Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer Tool ICD-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 10 : Configure remote management

  1. Configuring Remote Management
  2. Configure Remote Management Settings
  3. Configure Remote Desktop
  4. Configure Remote Assistance
  5. Modifying Using MMC or PS
  6. Configure Remote PowerShell
  7. Remote Management Settings-Demo
  8. Allow through Windows Firewall-Demo
  9. Remote Desktop-Demo
  10. Remote Assistance-Demo
  11. Remote with MMC-Demo
  12. Windows PowerShell Remoting-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 11 : Configure Updates

  1. Configure Update Windows 10
  2. Manage Update History
  3. Roll Back Updates
  4. Implement Insider Preview CB CBB and LTSB
  5. Update Windows Store Apps
  6. Windows Update Options-Demo
  7. Update History-Demo
  8. Rolling Back Updates-Demo
  9. Update Windows Store apps-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 12 : Monitor Windows

  1. Monitor Windows
  2. Configure Event Subscriptions
  3. Monitor Performance Using Task Manager
  4. Monitor System
  5. Monitor and Manage Printers
  6. Monitor Performance Using Performance Monitor Data Collectors
  7. Monitor and Manage Printers
  8. Configure Indexing Options
  9. Manage Client Security by Using Windows Defender
  10. Evaluate System Stability by Using Reliaability Monitor
  11. Troubleshoot Performance Issues
  12. Manage Security Using Windows Defender Security Center
  13. Configure Windows Defender Advanced Threat Detection
  14. Event Viewer-Demo
  15. Creating Event Subscriptions-Demo
  16. Task Manager-Demo
  17. Performance Monitor-Demo
  18. Resource Monitor-Demo
  19. Managing the Printers with Print Management-Demo
  20. Indexing-Demo
  21. Windows Defender-Demo
  22. Reliability Monitor-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 13 : Configure System and Data Recovery

  1. Configure System and Data Recovery
  2. Configure System Restore
  3. Configure Restore Points
  4. Peform a Refresh or Recycle
  5. Restore Previous Versions of Files and Folders
  6. Configure File History
  7. Recover Files from OneDrive
  8. Use Windows Backup and Restore
  9. Perform a Backup and Restore with WBAdmin
  10. Perform Recovery Operations Windows Recovery
  11. Configure a Recovery Drive-Demo
  12. Configure System Restore-Demo
  13. Configure Restore Points-Demo
  14. Performing a Refresh or Recycle-Demo
  15. Configure File History-Demo
  16. Use Windows Backup & Restore-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 14 : Configure Authorization and Authentication

  1. Configure Authorization and Authentication
  2. Configure Pictures Passwords and Biometrics
  3. Configure Workgroups
  4. Configure Domain Settings
  5. Configue Homegroup Settings
  6. Configure Credential Manager
  7. Configure Local Accounts
  8. Configure Microsoft Accounts
  9. Configure Device Registration
  10. Configure Windows Hello for Business
  11. Configure Device Guard
  12. Credential Guard
  13. Configure Device Health Attestation
  14. Configure UAC Behavior
  15. Configure Dynamic Look
  16. Picture Passwords-Demo
  17. Workgroups-Demo
  18. Domains-Demo
  19. Credential Manager-Demo
  20. Configure Local Accounts-Demo
  21. Dynamic Lock-Demo

Windows 10 – 70-698 – Module 15 : Configure Advanced Management Tools

  1. Configure Advanced Management Tools
  2. Configure Device Manager
  3. Configure and use the MMC
  4. Configure Task Schedule
  5. Configure Automation of Mgmt Task Using Windows PowerShell
  6. Convert Group Policy Objects to MDM Policies using the MDM
  7. Services-Demo
  8. Using the MMC-Demo
  9. Task Scheduler-Demo
  10. Opening PowerShell and the Integrated Scripting Environment-Demo

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