Designing Server 2012 (70-413)
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Designing Server 2012 (70-413)

Design the most secure & integrated infrastructure for enterprise networks while preparing for the Microsoft Exam 70-413
4.1 (23 ratings)
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Created by LearnSmart LLC
Last updated 10/2015
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Price: $150
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Includes:
  • 11.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Focus on what you need to know as an enterprise-level administrator.
  • Understand the enhancements in virtualization technology and the importance of automation.
  • Review the 3 infrastructures: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, the Domain Name System, and Internet Address Management.
  • Learn how to design a remote access solution (with either a VPN or DirectAccess) and a scalable remote access solution.
  • Study the design and implementation of Active Directory, including its logical and physical topology.
  • Prove to yourself, and others, that you are ready for Microsoft’s Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure (70-413) certification exam with our integrated quizzes and finals.
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Requirements
  • A computer with Internet.
  • Please review this course map to see just how we align and partner with Microsoft in providing this training: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-bU4vzmt_NySzhiWWdyQUZVeEU/view?usp=sharing
  • This is the 4th Course in our 5 course Windows Sever 2012 Series, next is "Implementing Server 2012 (70-414)" Course
Description

Welcome to Designing Server 2012 (70-413) from LearnSmart.

This course provides foundational knowledge of the principles, techniques, and tools needed to successfully prepare for the Microsoft Exam 70-413 that is key to earning your MCSE Solutions Expert Certification. 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 4th Course in our 5 Course Windows Sever 2012 Series including:

  1. Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 (70-410)
  2. Administering Windows Server 2012 (70-411)
  3. Configuring Server 2012 (70-412)
  4. Designing Server 2012 (70-413)
  5. Implementing Server 2012 (70-414)

Course Overview:

This course is designed to prepare the student for the Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Exam 70-413. Students will like a look at how to implement Windows Server 2012 in a large scale enterprise and best design and secure a network infrastructure. Learn the main exam objectives by learning these key concepts we cover:

  • Plan and deploy a server infrastructure
  • Design and implement network infrastructure services
  • Design and implement network access services
  • Design and implement an Active Directory infrastructure (logical)
  • Design and implement an Active Directory infrastructure (physical)

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.

Course Breakdown:

Section 1: Be able to perform well as an enterprise-level administrator by reviewing automation and the enhancements in virtualization technology in Windows Server 2012 & R2 & File and Storage Services

Section 2: Look into the 3 main infrastructure services that are used in enterprise-level networks: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP), Domain Name System (DNS), & Internet Address Management (IPAM)

Section 3: Be able to design a remote access solution, with either a VPN or DirectAccess and create a scalable remote network access protection solution.

Section 4: Understands both sides of AD DS by focusing on the design and implementation of the logical structure of Active Directory and strategy design for group policy implementation

Section 5: Take a look at the physical topology in Active Directory domain controllers and study how to design replication and maintain multiple domain controllers and branch office infrastructure

Recommendations:

Learn from others! Here are some reviews from participants (Click on reviews to see full list of reviews)

  • Great Material - This course is a great reference and way to refresh your skills for the new Net+ exam! I needed a good refresh before taking the exam and this course is clearly laid out and copiously covers the material for the exam. Great course, well worth the money! -- M.B.
  • Perfect Course - Not only do you get great lectures that are pretty much PowerPoints with an instructor teaching you the concepts, there are also Demo lectures that show you how each of the concepts works in real life. This is such valuable information to have when taking the test. I feel very confident that this course is the best Network+ course on Udemy. -- D.R. Jr.
  • A Complete Jumpstart - What has impressed me the most is the depth of the content to this coarse. Each HD video is crystal clear in both the visual and audio, even including quality closed captioning (great for reading along with the lectures). I wasn't interested in the flashcards or the crossword puzzles when I started the program, but I've found them to be very useful in staying engaged in the class when away from home. This is everything you need to get started and have a classroom quality experience from home. Dive in and stay focused! -- P.C.
Who is the target audience?
  • Looking to enhance your skills in the Windows Server 2012 operating system
  • Are you an IT professional, computer support specialist, or information network administrator? These concepts are key for these kind of professions.
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Curriculum For This Course
178 Lectures
11:15:03
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Course Orientation
1 Lecture 01:42
Course Orientation
01:42
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Planning and Deploying a Server Infrastructure in Windows Server 2012
46 Lectures 03:40:36

70-413 under the Hood
01:53


WDS: Design Phase
10:36

DEMO: ADK Installation
02:13

WDS: Deployment Phase
02:36

Server Installation Strategy Knowledge Check
00:57

Summary
00:27

Chapter 1 & 2 Quiz
5 questions


DEMO: WDS Adding and Exporting Images
07:44

Setting Up Multi-Cast Deployment
01:10

DEMO: Using WDS Pre-Stage Feature
04:17

Intro to Setting Up a Multi-Site Topology
00:40

Setting Up a Multi-Server Topology
01:51

DEMO: Using WDS PowerShell Cmdlets
05:53

Server Deployment Knowledge Check
00:45

Summary
00:18

Planning for Role Migration
06:45

DEMO: Migrating Server Roles
09:16

DEMO: Migrating ADMT
08:01

Designing a Server Consolidation Strategy
03:06

DEMO: What’s New in Hyper-V
07:04

DEMO: Using Hyper-V
20:16

DEMO: Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit
40:22

Planning for Capacity and Resource Optimization
01:09

Server Upgrade and Migration Knowledge Check
01:07

Summary
00:27

Chapter 3 & 4 Quiz
9 questions


Designing Virtual Machine Manager Service Templates
04:15

DEMO: Configuring a Hyper-V Logical Network
06:31

DEMO: Image and Template Libraries
04:21

DEMO: Hardware and Compatibility Profiles
06:12

DEMO: Creating Operating Systems Profiles
10:59

Understanding Service Management
00:44

VMM Services Knowledge Check
00:48

Summary
00:23

Chapter 5 Quiz
5 questions

File and Storage Services Considerations
02:53

iSCSI Considerations
01:45

DEMO: iSCSI Disk Sharing
11:13

Fiber Channel Considerations
01:37

Storage Spaces and Storage Pools
02:35

DEMO: Working with Storage Spaces
06:57

DEMO: Accessing Non-Windows FileSystems
08:17

Device-Specific Modules (DSM)
01:20

File and Storage Services Knowledge Check
00:47

Summary
00:40

Final: Planning and Deploying a Server Infrastructure
10 questions
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Designing and Implementing Network Infrastructure Services in Windows Server 201
35 Lectures 01:31:10


Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
03:26

DHCP High-Availability
01:18

DEMO: DHCP Split-scope
06:55

DEMO: DHCP Failover
03:47

DHCP Interoperability
03:35

DHCPv6 Considerations
01:18

DEMO: Implementing DHCP Filtering
04:24

DEMO: Basic DHCP Database Maintenance
04:40

DHCP Management Pack
03:31

DHCP Knowledge Check
00:46

Summary
00:39


Secure Name Resolution
03:19

DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC)
01:12

DEMO: Cryptographic Signing Using DNSSEC
10:01

DEMO: Cryptographic Signing Using DNSSEC
01:56

Disjointed Namespace
01:19

DNS Interoperability
00:48

DEMO: Migrating an Active Directory-integrated DNS Zone
03:22

IPv6
01:05

DEMO: DNS GlobalNames Zone
02:18

DEMO: DNS Zone Delegation
02:14

Name Resolution Solution Knowledge Check
00:45

Summary
00:35

Chapter 1 & 2 Quiz
10 questions


IP Address Management with IPAM
06:43

Designing Your IPAM Deployment
01:24

DEMO: IPAM Provisioning
05:53

DEMO: IPAM Auditing
02:45

DEMO: IPAM Data Collection
01:37

DEMO: Managing Multiple Servers with IPAM
04:53

IPAM Solution Knowledge Check
00:37

Summary
00:50

Final: Designing and Implementing Network Infrastructure Services
10 questions
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Designing and Implementing Network Access Services in Windows Server 2012
18 Lectures 01:16:24


VPN Server Deployment
05:41

Firewall Considerations
01:00

Client to Site vs
00:39

VPN Bandwidth and Protocol Considerations
02:06

DEMO: Using the Connection Manager Administration Kit
15:39

VPN Solution Knowledge Check
01:05

Summary
00:20

Designing a DirectAccess Topology
05:38

DEMO: Using the Getting Started Wizard
08:04

DEMO: Implementing DirectAccess
06:46

DirectAccess Knowledge Check
00:54

Summary
00:20

Final: Designing and Implementing Network Access Services
10 questions


Network Access Protection (NAP)
20:37

Network Protection Solution Knowledge Check
00:46

Summary
01:13

Chapter 1 & 2 Quiz
4 questions
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Designing and Implementing a Logical AD Infrastructure
40 Lectures 02:14:01


Designing an Active Directory Forest
06:49

Designing Active Directory Domains
05:12

DEMO: Understanding Domain and Forest Models
04:33

Understanding Trust Relationships
04:32

DEMO: Designing Trust Relationships
04:30

Forest Trust Considerations
02:29

Designing DNS for Active Directory
02:23

Upgrading Existing Directory Infrastructures
04:10

Forests and Domains Knowledge Check
00:56

Summary
01:05


Information Gathering
03:41

Designing Organizational Units
03:59

DEMO: Designing the OU Hierarchy
03:49

Additional OU Design Considerations
02:10

Group Policy Review
02:59

DEMO: Creating a Central Store
03:52

Group Policy Design Principles
02:45

Designing Group Policy Processing
08:11

DEMO: Controlling Policy Application
06:38

Slow Link and Loopback Processing
02:45

DEMO: Using Slow Link and Loopback Processing
05:45

Designing Group Policy Management
02:33

DEMO: GPO Management
07:04

Advanced Group Policy Management (AGPM)
02:07

Group Policy Strategy Knowledge Check
00:35

Summary
01:10

Chapter 1 & 2 Quiz
5 questions


Delegation of Control Review
02:41

DEMO: Active Directory Objects Security Refresher
03:54

Designing a Delegation of Control Model
05:04

DEMO: Configuring Delegation
06:02

Advanced Active Directory Security Design
03:09

DEMO: Configuring AdminSDHolder
06:38

Kerberos Delegation
01:35

Permissions Model Knowledge Check
01:06

Summary
00:39

Course Summary
01:10

Final: Designing and Implementing a Logical AD Infrastructure
10 questions
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Designing and Implementing a Physical AD Infrastructure
38 Lectures 02:31:10


Introduction to Physical Topology Design
05:02

Information Gathering for Physical Topology Design
03:40

DEMO: Implementing AD DS Sites
06:14

Designing Active Directory Sites
01:51

Designing Active Directory Replication
10:18

DEMO: Implementing a Site Link Design
06:29

Monitoring and Troubleshooting Replication
03:46

DEMO: Monitoring Replication
06:50

AD Replication Knowledge Check
00:40

Summary
00:49

Chapter Overview
00:52

Introduction to Domain Controller Design
04:17

DEMO: Deploying a Server Domain Controller
08:01

Designing Global Catalog Servers
02:57

DEMO: Configuring Global Catalogs
05:52

Additional Global Catalog Server Considerations
02:28

Additional Domain Controller Roles and Types
03:25

Virtualization and Active Directory
08:23

DEMO: Cloning Domain Controllers
05:50

Designing High-Availability
08:16

Domain Controllers Knowledge Check
00:47

Summary
01:04

Chapter 1 & 2 Quiz
5 questions

Chapter Overview
00:44

Branch Office Considerations
01:14

Designing RODCs
03:04

DEMO: Deploying an RODC
02:42

DEMO: Configuring Password Replications Policy
01:51

DEMO: Configuring Password Replications Policy
03:23

Security Considerations for RODCs
04:30

DEMO: Configuring Confidential and Filtered Attributes
14:08

Global Catalog and DNS Server Considerations
01:05

DEMO: Configuring UGMC
01:48

Optimizing File Access with BranchCache
03:06

DEMO: Configuring BranchCache
10:17

Branch Office Infrastructure Knowledge Check
00:48

Summary
02:28

Final: Designing and Implementing a Physical AD Infrastructure
10 questions
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