MCSA Windows Server 2016 (70-740) Course
- 7 hours on-demand video
- 33 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
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- Certificate of Completion
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- Students will be more familiar with the different types of Server 2016 and its features.
- Basic understanding of Server and if possible an evaluation copy of Server to practice the labs.
The MCSA Microsoft Windows Server 2016 (70-740) course is almost complete!. When my MCSA Windows Server 2016 (70-740) Course is completely released, I will cover the topics needed for you to pass the MSCA (70-740) certification exam as described by Microsoft.
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- Anyone that is interested in enhancing their I.T. knowledge or persons seeking their certification.
In this course you will be learning the topics required to pass the 70-740 certification. You will be installing server 2016, Installing Server 2016 in an Enterprise environment using automated deployment options, configuring storage and replication features, Understanding and installing Hyper-V, High Availability, What is clustering, Understanding Windows Containers, how you would maintain Windows Server 2016 and finally Monitoring the server.
In this lecture, we will first look at the features that Server 2016 has to offer. Will go over, built in security, AD Certificate Services, AD Domain Services, AD Rights Management Services, BitLocker, BranchCache,Containers Both Windows and Hyper-V, Credential Guard, DHCP, DNS, Failover Clustering,File Server Resource Manager, GPO's, Hyper-V, IPAM, Kerberos authentication,Managed Service Accounts, Nano Server, Nested Virtualization, Networking, PowerShell Direct RDP, Security Auditing, Smart Cards, TLS/SSL (Schannel SSP), WDS, Windows PowerShell Desired State config. Windows Server Backup Feature
In this lecture, we must look at the different roles the Server 2106 has to offer. We need to decide what role is this server going play in our network. So we are going to discuss the different types of roles server 2016 has to offer. Here are just a few that we will be seeing, AD CS, AD Domain Services, DHCP, DNS, File and Storage Services, Hyper-V, Remote Access, IIS, plus a lot more we will look at.
In this lecture, we will look at the Windows Server Migration Tools. Once you decide what role your server is going to play in your network, you can install the roles from scratch or simply migrate the roles over. You can do this from Windows Server 2008R2, Server 2012/2012R2 and Server 2016 to Server 2016. We will go over the guidelines on how to do this migration.
In this lecture, we will look at the different versions of Server 2016. Once you know the role and the features you need, we must decide on which Server 2016 we are going to install. So we will briefly discuss the different versions, Standard, Datacenter, Essentials, Hyper-V, Storage Standard, Storage Workgroup.
In this lecture, we will be activating the server operating system. Server 2016 gives you different options for activation, Volume Activation Management Tool Key Management Service, Automatic Virtual Machine Activation and AD Based Activation. We will be using the VMAT tool for this lecture.
In this lecture, I will be discussing Microsofts' MDT 2013 Update 2 that is used to automate desktop and server deployments. We will be installing and configuring the MDT tool. We will also briefly cover how to do a unattended installation and it's advantages vs disadvantages.