Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Certification – Exam 70-410 Training

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What Will I Learn?
Pass The Microsoft Exam 70-410
Requirements
A Desire To Become Microsoft MCSA or MCSE Certified
Who is the target audience?
Any One Who Wishes To Be Either MCSA Or MCSE Certified
course outline:  1.Key Windows Server 2012 R2 Principles
Overview Of Windows Server 2012 R2 And Its Evolution
Windows Versions And Requirements
Introducing Server Core
Introducing Configuration Levels
Changing Configuration Levels
Improvements In Multi-Server Management In Windows 2012 With Server Manager
Remote Management With Windows Server 2012
Importance Of PowerShell Across Microsoft And Partner Technologies
Managing Non-Domain Joined Servers
2.Deploying Windows Server 2012
Deployment Introduction
Windows Server 2012 Installation Methods And Architecture
Windows Server 2012 Installation Types
UEFI System Considerations
Installing Windows Server 2012
Installing Windows Server 2012 With Boot To VHD
Post-Installation Configuration Steps
Network Adapter Configuration And NIC Teaming
Adding And Removing Roles And Features
Upgrading Windows Server
Deployment Introduction
Windows Server 2012 Installation Methods And Architecture
3. Managing Windows Server 2012
Server Manager
Management Using PowerShell
Advanced PowerShell Topics
Using The Integrated Scripting Environment
User Access Control And Using Elevated Privileges
Overview Of System Center 2012
Overview of Desired State Configuration
Understanding Power Shell DSC Providers
Creating A Power Shell DSC Script
Applying DSC To A Host
4.Internet Protocol v4
Overview Of TCP/IP
The Structure Of IPv4 Address
Understanding Subnet Masks
Understanding Gateways
Configuring IP Addresses
Troubleshooting TCP/IP Connectivity
5.Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
Assigning IP Addresses Using DHCP
Installing DHCP
Creating DHCP Scopes And Configuring DHCP Services
Using DHCP Replication In Windows Server 2012
Maintaining DHCP In Windows Server 2012
Installing DHCP
6.Domain Name Services
Introduction to DNS
Installing DNS
Configuring DNS Server
Creating And Managing DNS Zones
Creating DNS Resource Records
Name Resolution With DNS Servers
7.Internet Protocol v6
IPv6 Background
The Structure Of IPv6 Addresses
Co-Existence Between IPv6 And IPv4
8.File And Print Services
Using Local Storage
Types Of Disks And Partitions
Overview Of File Systems
Resizing Disks
Understanding And Configuring Storage Spaces
Data Deduplication
Securing Data Using NTFS And Dynamic Access Control
Creating And Managing Shares
Using Shadow Copies And Enabling Previous Versions
Summary Of File Server Features
Enabling And Managing Print Services
Understanding Storage Space Tiering and Write - Back Cache In 2012 R2
Creating A Tiered Storage Space
Creating A Clustered Storage Space Using A Disk Enclosure
Overview Of Work Folders
Installing And Configuring Work Folders
Configuring A Work Folders Client
Configuring Active Directory Attributes For Multi-Server Work Folder
9.Active Directory Deployment And Management
Active Directory Overview
Domains, Trees, And Forests Overview
Creating An Active Directory Domain And Forest
Using Different Types Of Domain Controllers
Domain Trust Types
Active Directory Tool Overview
Leveraging Organizational Units
Managing Users, Groups, And Computers
Active Directory Upgrade Considerations
Automating Active Directory Tasks And Performing Bulk Actions
Reviewing Active Directory Domain Services In Windows Azure
Deploying A Domain Controller In Windows Azure - Best Practices
10.Using Group Policy
Structure Of GPOs
Group Policy Tools
Editing GPOs
Creating And Linking GPOs
Exporting And Importing GPOs
Using Resultant Sets Of Policy Capabilities
11.Hyper-V
Understanding Virtualization
Installing Hyper-V Roles
Creating Virtual Networks And Virtual Switches
Creating And Configuring Virtual Machine Storage: VHD, VHDx And Pass-Throug
Creating A Virtual Machine
Configuring Virtual Machine Processor And Memory Resources
Using Snapshots
Using Virtual Fibre Channel
Enabling Guest Integration Services
Monitoring Virtual Machine Resource Usage
Virtual Machine Mobility Using Live Migration, Live Storage Move, And Other
Review Of New Hyper-V Features In Window Server 2012 R2
Understanding The Differences Between Gen 1 And Gen 2 Virtual Machines
Creating A Generation 2 Virtual Machine
Using Enhanced Session Mode
Understanding Checkpoint Changes And Live Export Capability
Implementing Storage QoS And Resource Metering
Implementing INIC Teaming Within A Virtual Machine
12.Summary
Closing Thoughts
Creating DHCP Scopes And Configuring DHCP Services Using DHCP Replication In Windows Server 2012 Maintaining DHCP In Windows Server 2012 Windows Server 2012 Installation Types UEFI System Considerations Installing Windows Server 2012 Installing Windows Server 2012 With Boot To VHD Post-Installation Configuration Steps Network Adapter Configuration And NIC Teaming Adding And Removing Roles And Features Upgrading Windows Server
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