Microsoft Windows 10 Pro - Hands on Training
- 5 hours on-demand video
- 1 downloadable resource
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- Plan, install, and upgrade to Windows 10.
- Perform post-installation configuration.
- Implement networking.
- Implement network security.
- Implement remote management.
- Manage local storage.
- Manage files and resources.
- Secure Windows 10.
- Maintain and update Windows 10.
- Recover and troubleshoot Windows 10.
- Good computer, keyboard and mouse skills.
- Networking fundamentals, including Transmission Control Protocol /Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
- Experience deploying and configuring network services, including DNS.
- Experinence deploying Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) for Server 2012, 2016 or 2019.
About this course:
This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to support and troubleshoot Windows 10 in a Windows Server domain environment. These skills include understanding Windows 10 features, how they can be used in an Active Directory environment, and how to troubleshoot them.
This course is targeted for Enterprise Desktop Support Technicians, who provide Tier 2 support to users running Windows 10 on personal computers within a Windows domain environment in small to medium size organizations.
This course is also highly recommended for IT professionals who administer and support Windows 10 desktops, devices, users, and associated network and security resources. These professionals typically work with networks that are configured as Windows Server domain-based environments with managed access to the Internet and cloud services.
If you can set up your virtual lab environment, you will not have an issue with completing the remainder of the course. Please do not enroll until you have completed either section 2 or section 3 of the course.
This course teaches you the basic skills of Installation, Configuration, and maintaining the windows 10 Pro operating system.
This course provides a solid hands-on experience for learning Microsoft Windows10 and is designed for those needing to be able to demonstrate basic day-to-day administration and configuration skills required for maintaining a Microsoft Windows 10 machine.
This course is structured using short tutorial videos and some hands-on labs as needed. Students watch a short video tutorial, review the hands-on lab, and then complete the lab.
Why I should take this course?
A solid hands-on training course with lab practice
A complete guide for how to install, configure and maintain Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
You will learn to install Microsoft Windows 10 Professional or better
You will also learn Microsoft networking and adding Windows 10 to a domain environment
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See you in the course!!!
- Those wanting to learn Windows 10 Pro.
- Those supporting Windows 10 Pro.
- Those seeking help in configuring Windows 10 Pro.
In this short video, you will learn how to easily download legal copies of the Microsoft ISO images used in theis course.
In the lab, you will learn to create a virtual install of Windows 10 using VirtualBox.
In this short video presentation, you will learn how to create a full virtual install of Server 2016 using VirtualBox.
In this short video presentation, you will learn how to take a snapshot of your virtual machine's current configuration. This works for any virtual machine running in VirtualBox.
In the lab, you will learn how to install the Windows Deployment Services (WDS) role on a Windows Server. Windows Deployment Services (WDS) enables you to deploy Windows operating systems over the network, which means that you do not have to install each operating system directly from a CD or DVD.
In this lab, you will learn how to deploy Windows 10 Pro over a Microsoft network using Windows Deployment Services (WDS). This will allow you to perform multiple installs of Windows 10 Pro without having to install each operating system directly from a CD or DVD. This method can be used to remotely install any Windows operating system.
In this lab, you will learn how to perform a clean installation of Windows 10 Pro without any user interaction by creating an autounattend.xml answer file containing all the necessary settings to perform a basic unattended installation of the OS. This image can be deployed using WDS thereby further reducing the need for user interaction during an automated deployment.
In this short video presentation, you will learn how to allow PING (ICMP) packets through your windows 10 firewall.
Using the command line, we can use the following netsh command:
netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name="ICMP Allow incoming V6 echo request" protocol=icmpv6:8,any dir=in action=allow
You can also manually configure an inbound rule to allow PING through your Windows firewall.
In this short video presentation, you will learn how to enable System Retore for Windows 10. System Restore is a feature designed to create a snapshot of your device and save its working state as a "restore point" when system changes are detected. In the event of a critical problem after installing an update, driver, or app, or after modifying system settings incorrectly using the Registry or another tool, you can use a restore point to revert your device settings to an earlier point in time to fix the problem without losing your files.
In this short video presentation, you will learn how to create a System Restore point on Windows 10. If you run into issues after making system changes, before spending time troubleshooting the problem, you can undo the changes using a previously created restore point. You can perform this task while you still have access to the desktop, or even if your computer won't boot correctly.
In this short video presentation, you will learn how to recover your Windows 10 operating system using a System Restore Point. If you run into issues after making system changes, before spending time troubleshooting the problem, you can undo the changes using a previously created restore point. You can perform this task while you still have access to the desktop, or even if your computer won't boot correctly.
In this short video, you will learn how to fix or reset the TCP/IP stack in your windows operating system using the Netsh command. When you run the reset command, it rewrites two registry keys that are used by TCP/IP. This has the same result as removing and reinstalling the protocol. The reset command rewrites the following two registry keys:
On Windows 10, when you start noticing random errors, problems booting up, or features not working as expected, there's a good chance that one or multiple system files might have gone missing or corrupted for unknown reasons. Usually, problems with system files could occur as a result of an issue installing a system update, driver, or application, or while making changes to the installation manually.
n this lesson, you will learn how to use the System File Checker (SFC) to repair any damaged system file automatically while you're running the operating system, offline using the Advanced startup, when SFC is unable to fix the problem using the normal Windows environment.
In this short video presentation, you will learn how to speed up Windows 10, using ReadyBoost. ReadyBoost utilizes a service called SuperFetch. SuperFetch uses an algorithm to determine which files should be stored in the cache. The cache can include system files, application files, and user documents.
When Windows 10 needs to access any of these frequently used files, it goes to the ReadyBoost cache instead of the disk drive. If a file gets changed on the disk drive, it also gets changed in the cache and visa versa.
The Windows 10 Superfetch service is supposed to guess which applications you may opt to use, then load their corresponding data and necessary files into memory beforehand, but it can end up slowing your PC to a crawl instead. If you believe your PC is sluggish and not reacting as quickly as you’d expect, disabling Superfetch could help speed things up.
In this short video, we will learn how to prevent inactivity from logging us off in Windows 10. We first need to disable the screen saver from starting. To have access to the screen saver in Windows 10, we first need to activate Windows but we can also disable the screen saver using REGEDIT.