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Installing and Configuring MS Windows Server 2012 R2

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18/03/2014
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12/03/2014
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  • Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 (Exam no 70-410)
    • Lesson 01 - Planning For Windoes Server 2012
      • 1.1 Planning for Windows Server 2012
      • 1.2 Objectives
      • 1.3 Windows Server 2012 An Introduction
      • 1.4 Windows Server 2012
      • 1.5 Windows Server 2012 R2
      • 1.6 Windows Server 2012 Editions
      • 1.7 Roles and Features Capabilities of Windows Server 2012
      • 1.8 Roles
      • 1.9 Brief Role Listing
      • 1.10 Features
      • 1.11 Brief Feature Listing
      • 1.12 What’s New New features in Windows Server 2012 and R2
      • 1.13 New Features in Windows Server 2012
      • 1.14 New Features in Windows Server 2012 R2
      • 1.15 Setup Requirements and Planning
      • 1.16 Hardware Requirements
      • 1.17 Setup Options - I
      • 1.18 Setup Options - II
      • 1.19 Setup Types
      • 1.20 Setup Modes
      • 1.21 Upgrade Paths
      • 1.22 Install Performing the setup
      • 1.23 Installing Windows Server 2012
      • 1.24 Demo Installing Windows Server 2012
      • 1.25 Configuration After 1st boot
      • 1.26 First Boot Configurations
      • 1.27 Administrator Password
      • 1.28 IP Address
      • 1.29 Computer Name
      • 1.30 Remote Desktop
      • 1.31 Activation
      • 1.32 Other misc config
      • 1.33 Demo 1st boot configuration
      • 1.34 Summary
      • 1.35 Thank You
    • Lesson 02 - Active directory Domain Services
      • 2.1 Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
      • 2.2 Agenda
      • 2.3 Active Directory Domain Services An Introduction
      • 2.4 Active Directory Domain Services
      • 2.5 Advantage of AD DS
      • 2.6 AD DS Infrastructure
      • 2.7 AD DS Containers
      • 2.8 Containers (Graphically)
      • 2.9 Planning AD DS Setup Infrastructure Requirements, Hierarchy
      • 2.10 Infrastructure Requirements
      • 2.11 Upgrading an existing AD DS
      • 2.12 Additional DC in existing AD DS
      • 2.13 A New Windows Server 2012 Domain
      • 2.14 AD DS Role Installation
      • 2.15 Installation
      • 2.16 Phase 1
      • 2.17 Phase 2
      • 2.18 Demo Installing AD DS Role
      • 2.19 AD DS Explore and Configure
      • 2.20 AD DS Tools
      • 2.21 Demo Exploring AD DS Tools
      • 2.22 Summary
      • 2.23 Thank You
      • 2.24 Quiz
    • Lesson 03 - Active Directory Objects
      • 3.1 Active Directory Objects
      • 3.2 Agenda
      • 3.3 Active Directory Objects Overview
      • 3.4 Objects in Active Directory
      • 3.5 Denoting an Object
      • 3.6 Editing the Schema
      • 3.7 Demo Adding an Attribute to AD Schema
      • 3.8 User Objects Adding and Managing Users
      • 3.9 Active Directory Users
      • 3.10 Naming Conventions
      • 3.11 User Templates
      • 3.12 Demo Creating and using a User Template
      • 3.13 Groups Types, Creating and Managing
      • 3.14 Need for Groups
      • 3.15 Group Types
      • 3.16 Group Scopes
      • 3.17 Built-in Groups
      • 3.18 Special Identities
      • 3.19 Demo Creating and Accessing Groups and Special Identities
      • 3.20 Computers Adding and Managing in the Domain
      • 3.21 Computer Objects
      • 3.22 Domain Join - online
      • 3.23 Domain Join - offline
      • 3.24 Demo Joining computer to domain – online and offline
      • 3.25 Organizational Units A Deeper Examination
      • 3.26 Organizational Units
      • 3.27 Need for OUs
      • 3.28 OU Structuring
      • 3.29 Summary
      • 3.30 Thank You
      • 3.31 Quiz
    • Lesson 04 - Working with Internet protocols
      • 4.1 Working with the Internet Protocol
      • 4.2 Objectives
      • 4.3 Internet Protocol (IP) An Overview
      • 4.4 Internet Protocol (IP)
      • 4.5 IP Terms
      • 4.6 Common Ports
      • 4.7 Addressing IPv4 Learning the IPv4 Addressing Constructs
      • 4.8 Need for IPv4 Addresses
      • 4.9 Understanding Address & Subnets
      • 4.10 IP Classes
      • 4.11 Public & Private Addresses
      • 4.12 Subnetting and Supernetting Understanding and using
      • 4.13 Subnetting
      • 4.14 Supernetting
      • 4.15 Configure IPv4 On Windows Server 2012
      • 4.16 IPv4 Configuring
      • 4.17 IPv4 Configuring
      • 4.18 IPv4 Tools
      • 4.19 IPv6 Introduction
      • 4.20 What is IPv6
      • 4.21 Need for IPv6
      • 4.22 IPv6 Addressing
      • 4.23 IPv6 Subnets
      • 4.24 IPv6 Config How to configure IPv6 on Windows Server
      • 4.25 Configuring IPv6
      • 4.26 Migration Moving from IPv4 to IPv6
      • 4.27 Pitfalls
      • 4.28 Windows Server 2012 IPv6
      • 4.29 Migration Capabilities
      • 4.30 Migration Methods
      • 4.31 Demo Configuring IPv4 & IPv6
      • 4.32 Summary
      • 4.33 Thank You
      • 4.34 Quiz
    • Lesson 05 - Implementing DHCP
      • 5.1 Implementing DHCP
      • 5.2 Agenda
      • 5.3 DHCP Introduction to DHCP
      • 5.4 Need for DHCP
      • 5.5 DHCP Advantages
      • 5.6 DHCP Roles Features of the DHCP Role and installing
      • 5.7 DHCP Role in Windows Server 2012
      • 5.8 DHCP Role Setup
      • 5.9 Demo DHCP Role Setup and Authorization
      • 5.10 Understanding DHCP Scopes Configuring DHCP for leasing out IPs
      • 5.11 Scopes
      • 5.12 Exclusions & Reservations
      • 5.13 Demo Setting up DHCP Scopes
      • 5.14 DHCP Database Protecting and backup up
      • 5.15 DHCP Database
      • 5.16 Manual Backup & Restore
      • 5.17 Demo DHCP Manual Backup
      • 5.18 Summary
      • 5.19 Thank you
      • 5.20 Quiz
    • Lesson 06 - DNS
      • 6.1 DNS
      • 6.2 Agenda
      • 6.3 Domain Name Services An introduction to DNS & its concepts
      • 6.4 Domain Name Services
      • 6.5 DNS Structure
      • 6.6 DNS Zones
      • 6.7 DNS Database Records
      • 6.8 How DNS Works
      • 6.9 DNS Tools
      • 6.10 Demo Using IPConfig and NSLookup
      • 6.11 DNS & AD Integration How do these two services interact
      • 6.12 DNS & AD
      • 6.13 Advantages of DNS + AD
      • 6.14 DNS Role Setup Installing DNS
      • 6.15 Install options
      • 6.16 Demo Setting up DNS
      • 6.17 Configuring & Managing DNS Using the DNS Management Console
      • 6.18 Configuring DNS
      • 6.19 Demo Managing and Monitoring DNS
      • 6.20 Summary
      • 6.21 Thank you
      • 6.22 Quiz
    • Lesson 07 - Managing Group Policies
      • 7.1 Managing Group Policies
      • 7.2 Agenda
      • 7.3 Group Policies An introduction to understanding
      • 7.4 What is Group Policy
      • 7.5 Group Policy Availability
      • 7.6 Group Policy Components
      • 7.7 Group Policy Structure
      • 7.8 Special Items
      • 7.9 How Group Policies Work Processing, refreshing, linking
      • 7.10 Group Policy Processing
      • 7.11 Processing Order
      • 7.12 GPO Linking
      • 7.13 Working with Group Policy Adding, editing and enabling
      • 7.14 Adding a Group Policy Object
      • 7.15 Editing a GPO
      • 7.16 Enabling GPO
      • 7.17 Demo Adding GPO and changing settings for client system
      • 7.18 Central Store Managing multiple GPOs across an Enterprise
      • 7.19 Why a Central Store
      • 7.20 Central Store Implementation
      • 7.21 Demo Implementing an Administrative Central Store for policies
      • 7.22 Summary
      • 7.23 Thank you
      • 7.24 Quiz
    • Lesson 08 - File and Print Services
      • 8.1 File & Print Services
      • 8.2 Agenda
      • 8.3 Storage Spaces An introduction
      • 8.4 Storage Technologies Primer
      • 8.5 Storage Spaces
      • 8.6 Storage Space Concepts
      • 8.7 Process of creating Storage Spaces
      • 8.8 Demo Create Storage Spaces
      • 8.9 Sharing and Security Windows security options
      • 8.10 Standard Security Permissions
      • 8.11 Inheritance & Effectiveness
      • 8.12 Shared Folders
      • 8.13 Demo Security Settings and Shares
      • 8.14 Work Folders Working with Offline files
      • 8.15 Work Folders
      • 8.16 Implementation
      • 8.17 Demo Work Folders
      • 8.18 Network Printing Using Printers on networks
      • 8.19 Printer Pooling
      • 8.20 Implementation
      • 8.21 Summary
      • 8.22 Thank You
      • 8.23 Quiz
    • Lesson 09 - Virtualization with hyper-v
      • 9.1 Virtualization with Hyper-V
      • 9.2 Agenda
      • 9.3 Virtualization and Hyper-V Concepts and Windows Server 2012 Implementation
      • 9.4 Virtualization – A Primer
      • 9.5 Need for Virtualization
      • 9.6 Introduction to Hyper-V
      • 9.7 Hyper-V Architecture
      • 9.8 Hyper-V Features in Windows Server 2012
      • 9.9 Hyper-V Role Installation – Requirements & Process
      • 9.10 Hyper-V Requirements
      • 9.11 Setting up Hyper-V
      • 9.12 Demo Installing Hyper-V on Windows Server 2012
      • 9.13 Hyper-V Settings Server wide settings
      • 9.14 Hyper-V Settings
      • 9.15 Replica
      • 9.16 Migration
      • 9.17 Virtual Networks Understanding networking in the virtual world
      • 9.18 Virtual Switches
      • 9.19 Types of switches
      • 9.20 Demo Configuring Hyper-V Settings
      • 9.21 Virtual Machines Creating, configuring and running
      • 9.22 Virtual Machines
      • 9.23 More Features and settings
      • 9.24 Running a VM
      • 9.25 Demo Creating, Configuring and Running a VM
      • 9.26 Summary
      • 9.27 Thank you
      • 9.28 Quiz
    • Lesson 10 - Windows Security
      • 10.1 Windows Security
      • 10.2 Agenda
      • 10.3 Understanding Security Security Models & Components
      • 10.4 Security Models
      • 10.5 Components
      • 10.6 Security Policies Settings and GPOs for securing the network
      • 10.7 User Account Control
      • 10.8 Account Policies
      • 10.9 Restricted Groups
      • 10.10 Network User Rights
      • 10.11 Demo Working with Security Polices in GPOs
      • 10.12 Application Restrictions Working with SRP & AppLocker
      • 10.13 Need for Software Restriction
      • 10.14 Software Restriction Policies
      • 10.15 App Locker
      • 10.16 Demo Restricting Software Executing using SRP & AppLocker
      • 10.17 Windows Firewall Understanding, managing and implementing
      • 10.18 Introduction to Windows Firewall
      • 10.19 Managing Windows Firewall
      • 10.20 Rules
      • 10.21 Demo Working with windows Firewall
      • 10.22 Summary
      • 10.23 Thank you
      • 10.24 Quiz

Additional information

  • What is this course about?

    The course imparts participants with essential skills to implement Windows Server 2012 core infrastructure services in an enterprise environment. IT professionals with basic knowledge to work in Windows Server 2012 operating system can upgrade themselves with a deeper understanding about configuring the Windows Server 2012 R2.

  • Who should do this course?

    Ideal for IT professionals with prior knowledge in Windows Server 2012 operating system and planning to validate their skills and knowledge further to implement the Windows Server 2012 core infrastructure service.

  • What is the course agenda?

    Module 1: Course Introduction
    Module 2: Best Course Practices
    Module 3: Windows Server 2012 Installation
    Module 4: Windows Server 2012 CORE
    Module 5: Windows Server 2012 Server Manager
    Module 6: Server Manager PowerShell
    Module 7: PowerShell 101 Basics
    Module 8: Windows Server 2012 Network DHCP
    Module 9: Windows Server 2012 Network Configuration IPv4
    Module 10: Windows Server 2012 Network Configuration IPv6
    Module 11: Windows Server 2012 Network DNS
    Module 12: Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V
    Module 13: Windows Server 2012 Active Directory Domain Services
    Module 14: Windows Server 2012 AD Objects and Groups
    Module 15: Windows Server 2012 Local Storage
    Module 16: Windows Server 2012 Storage Spaces
    Module 17: Windows Server 2012 Files Folders Shadow Copy
    Module 18: Windows Server 2012 Group Policy Object Basics
    Module 19: Windows Server 2012 GPO Central Store
    Module 20: Windows Server 2012 GPO Starter
    Module 21: Windows Server 2012 GPO Secure
    Module 22: Windows Server 2012 GPO Application and Firewall
    Module 23: Windows Server 2012 Printing
    Module 24: Certification Preparation Review
    Module 25: Program Review