Welcome to Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 (70-410) from LearnSmart.
This course provides foundational knowledge of the principles, techniques, and tools needed to successfully prepare for the Microsoft Exam 70-410 that is key to earning your MCSA Solutions Associate or MCSE Solutions Expert Certifications. Once in our course review our course map to see just how we align and partner with Microsoft in providing this training.
This is the 1st Course in our 5 Course Windows Sever 2012 Series including:
This course is designed to prepare the student for the Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Exam 70-401. Students will like a look at how to install, configure, and monitor servers and local storage. Learn the main exam objectives by learning these key concepts we cover:
Our lectures are paired with a variety of demonstrations and quizzes giving visual example and real world look of the concepts that will be talked about.
Our sections listed below are can be taken in any order, as a review of a particular concept or exam domain. However, if you are just becoming familiar with the sever operating systems and basic networking, it is recommended that you view the courses sequentially.
Section 1: Gain the necessary information and skills needed to successfully install and configure Windows Server 2012 servers, perform basic administration tasks, & manage data storage systems
Section 2: Focus on configuring access to files and folders in Windows Server 2012, utilizing the Print and Document Services role, and managing remote access using MMC.
Section 3: Learn the skills required to configure and manage the Hyper-V role when deploying virtual machines along with the components, technologies, and server configurations associated with virtualization.
Section 4: Learn the skills to deploy and configure core network services, gain a better understanding about the difference between IPv4 and IPv6, and how to install DHCP and DNS.
Section 5: Gain the knowledge and skills necessary to begin implementing Active Directory in various environments including the domain controller’s role in Active Directory, and how to install it.
Section 6: By the end of this section know what Group Policy is and how it operates by look at the different abilities of Group Policy in an Active Directory environment.
Section 7: Cover management and changes that relate to the Windows PowerShell version 4.0, directory services, networking services, & the Hyper-V virtualization platform in relation to the Windows R2 system.
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