Microsoft Windows Server 2019 - Hands-on Training Part I
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- Install and configure Windows Server 2019, implement Active Directory, and maintain server environments.
- Install Windows Server 2019 as Server Core and Desktop Experience
- Install fundamental roles such as DNS, DHCP, and IIS
- Candidates should have experience with navigating the Windows operating system.
- Desktop PC or laptop with a minimum of 8 GB of RAM (16 GB preferred).
- System BIOS with virtualization capabilities.
- Should have completed either my Server 2012 and 2016 courses, parts I and II.
Speed Learn Microsoft Windows Server 2019!
This course is designed for speed learning Server 2019. The course is broken down into bite-size manageable chunks with most of the video tutorials being less than 5 minutes long and any tutorial over 5 minutes comes with a lab file to easily follow along with.
Open your virtual machine, follow along using a short very concise video tutorial, move on to the next video, repeat.
This Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Course is a follow-on for my two Server 2012 courses, Parts I & II and my Server 2016 course. It is highly recommended anyone contemplating signing up for this course first complete both of my Server 2012 courses and my Server 2016 course or have a good background working with Microsoft Windows Server.
This Windows Server 2019 course uses hands-on training. This course is designed for those needing to become familiar with Server 2019, building and maintaining a Microsoft Server 2019 network from the ground up. Students will learn how to install and configure Windows Server 2019 just as they would as a network administrator or networking consultant.
Students will also learn how to install, configure and manage the most common roles and services found on a Microsoft 2019 network.
Sections 1, 2 and 3 of the course are completely open and free. If you can set up your virtual lab environment, you will have no issue with completing this course. Please do not enroll until you have completed setting up your lab environment.
Do you want to learn how to install and configure Microsoft Windows Server 2019?
Do you prefer learning using hands-on as opposed to just a lecture and quiz?
If you have answered YES to the above questions, then you are in the right place.
This course teaches you the administration skills for Installing and Configuring a Microsoft Windows Server 2019 domain.
This course provides a solid hands-on experience for learning Microsoft Windows Server 2019 and is designed for those needing to demonstrate basic day-to-day administration and configuration skills required for Microsoft Windows Server 2019 administering.
This course provides hands-on learning on how to install, maintain and configure Microsoft Windows Server 2019. The course is structured using short tutorial videos and hands-on labs. Students open up their VM of Server 2019, watch a short video tutorial and complete the lab and move to the next tutorial.
Students who take and complete this course will be able to install and configure build a Microsoft Windows Server 2019 domain complete with Active Directory, DNS, DHCP, Group Policy, Certificates, and other roles and features commonly found in a Microsoft Windows Server 2019 domain.
The course labs consist of configuring three virtual machines to join a Microsoft Windows Server 2019 network, creating Microsoft Windows Server 2019 domain environment and installing and configuring different server roles and features.
Why should you take this course?
A solid hands-on training course with lab practice
Use applied to learn to install, configure and maintain Microsoft Windows Server 2019
You will learn to install Windows Server 2019 Desktop Experience, Windows Server 2019 Core, and Windows 10 Pro as a client.
You will also learn Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Networking, creating domain environment and installing and configuring different server roles
This is the course that could change your life.
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See you on the course…!!!
- Anyone wanting to gain Microsoft server administration experince.
- Anyone wanting help in preparing for there Microsoft server exam.
In this short video, you will learn how to create a virtual install of Server 2019 with the full desktop experience.
In this short video, you will learn how to create a virtual Install of Server 2019 Core Using VirtualBox
In this short video, you will learn how to create a virtual install of Windows 10 using VirtualBox
In this short video, you will learn how to take a snapshot of your current configuration that will allow you to roll your machine back to an earlier point in time. Prior to changing the current configuration of any virtual machine, you can take a snapshot of the current configuration to roll back the machine in the event that something goes wrong.
This is the network and configuration diagram for setting up your lab environment.
In this lab, you will learn how to prepare Server 2019 for promotion to a domain controller. The method demonstrated in this lab is the same method used in the real world to quickly get a domain controller up and running with as few steps as possible.
In this short video presentation, you will learn how to install the ADDS role using PowerShell. This role is needed to install the Active Directory management tools and prepare the server for promotion to a domain controller.
In this short video presentation, you will quickly learn how to hack the Windows registry to extend the 30-day evaluation for Windows 7, 8.1 or Windows 10. This will allow you to rearm your Windows 10 for a total of 8 times or 240 days. You have 3 initial rearm attempts totaling 90 days. 90+240 = 360 days.
In this video, you will learn how to prevent Server 2016 from logging you off after so many minutes of inactivity.
Use the following bread crumbs to find the setting using the GP template for Domain Controllers
Computer Configuration -> Policies -> Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Local Policies -> Security Options -> Interactive logon: Machine inactivity limit
For a standalone server, use the local security policy with the above bread crumbs.
PowerShell commands are an easy way to save a lot of time as a system administrator. In this Lab, you will learn how to configure DHCP using PowerShell. You'll need the following information including your scope, and router gateway IP.
This information represents the settings for the instructor's DHCP server, not yours. Your information may differ.
Following is the configuration break down:
Adding DHCP scope
Adding DNS server, and router gateway options
Setting the lease duration for a scope
Restarting DHCP service
Step 1: Install the DHCP Server Role
Install-WindowsFeature -Name 'DHCP' –IncludeManagementTools
Step 2: Add DHCP Scope
Add-DhcpServerV4Scope -Name "DHCP Scope" -StartRange 192.168.145.150 -EndRange 192.168.145.200 -SubnetMask 255.255.255.0
Step 3: Add DNS Server, Router Gateway Options in DHCP
Set-DhcpServerV4OptionValue -DnsServer 192.168.145.10 -Router 192.168.145.1
Step 4: Set Up Lease Duration
Set-DhcpServerv4Scope -ScopeId 192.168.145.10 -LeaseDuration 8.00:00:00
In this short video presentation, you will learn how to create a DHCP User Class using DHCP Policies. DHCP user classes are useful when you want to apply different DHCP options to a subset of users. It can also allow your users to switch between options without statically configuring IP information.
In this short video, you will learn how to use the netsh command to configure your Windows firewall. Netsh is a command-line scripting utility that allows you to display or modify the network configuration of a computer that is currently running. Netsh commands can be ran using PowerShell or the command prompt.