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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • This course will prepare you to pass the exam Microsoft 70-416 Implementing Desktop Application Environments
  • Passing this exam confirms that a candidate has the skills and knowledge necessary for designing, deploying, and maintaining desktop infrastructure services in a Windows Server 2012 environment.
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Requirements
  • Basic understanding Windows Server
  • Experience supporting Windows 8 client desktops and deploying and managing applications, both physical and virtual.
Description

The Implementing Desktop Application Environments course provides IT professionals with the opportunity to validate their skills and knowledge necessary to design, implement, and support a Windows Server 2012 desktop infrastructure in an enterprise scaled, extremely virtualized setting. This course provides credit towards the MCSE certification.

This course is intended for IT professionals and is part two of two exams which validate the student’s aptitude to plan, configure, and implement Windows Server 2012 desktop services, as well as confirms the skills and knowledge necessary for designing, deploying, and maintaining desktop infrastructure services in Windows Server 2012 settings.

Some of the skills you will learn in this class are:

  • Designing and preparing the application environment
  • Planning and implementing app compatibility
  • Updating apps in desktop images
  • Planning and implementing presentation virtualization servers
  • Creating, configuring, deploying, and managing remote applications
  • Installing and configuring application virtualization environments
  • Preparing virtual applications
  • Managing application virtualization environments
  • Deploying applications to the desktop
  • Planning and implementing application updates and upgrades
  • Implementing applications security
  • Monitoring applications
  • Designing and implementing a resilient Remote Desktop infrastructure
  • Designing and implementing business continuity for virtual desktops
  • Designing and implementing a resilient virtual application delivery infrastructure
Who is the target audience?
  • IT Professionals
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Curriculum For This Course
202 Lectures
12:47:36
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Module 1
11 Lectures 25:00





Prerequisites
02:11

Domainwise
01:33

Certification Overview
01:06

Microsoft Website Part1
04:32

Microsoft Website Part2
03:52

Chapter Review
00:41
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Module 2
4 Lectures 12:44
Windows Desktop Application
05:06

Lab Setup
02:42

Presentation Layout
01:57

Servers and Client
02:59
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Module 3
14 Lectures 47:58
Distribution Strategies
00:43

Overview
02:03

Applications are Everything Part1
03:13

Applications are Everything Part2
05:25

Basic Network Part1
06:43

Basic Network Part2
01:46

Deployment and Operations Infrastructure
05:39

Planned Server Topology
07:01

VOIP Infrastructure
01:55

Network Topology
04:42

User Office
01:52

Distribution Strategy
04:33

Designing an Application Distribution Strategy
00:30

Chapter Review
01:53
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Module 4
9 Lectures 37:03
Presentation vs. App-V
00:48

Overview
02:27

Thin Client
02:23

Application Virtualization (App-V)
04:08

Virtualization Basics
06:01

App-V Desktop
04:53

MAP Toolkit Part1
06:00

MAP Toolkit Part2
08:28

Chapter Review
01:55
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Module 5
9 Lectures 40:02
Designing Upgrade/Update Scenarios
01:01

Application Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
04:39

Update/Upgrade Part1
05:59

Update/Upgrade Part2
05:37

Configure WSUS Windows Server Update Services
08:25

Upgrade Considerations
04:21

Supersedence Part1
05:25

Supersedence Part2
03:45

Chapter Review
00:50
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Module 6
13 Lectures 01:02:13
Application Compatibility
04:08

Issues
04:31

OS Migration
03:49

Permissions
02:33

Windows Tools
02:53

ACT 6.0
05:37

Hyper-V and App-V
03:18

RDS and SHIM
03:12

Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) Part1
08:46

Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) Part2
07:18

Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) Part3
07:19

Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) Part4
07:17

Chapter Review
01:32
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Module 7
11 Lectures 32:46
Deploy with Group Policy Objects (GPO)
00:55

GPO Deployment
02:37

Example
02:01

Target
01:31

Distribution
01:38

Assign and Publish
01:57

Pros vs. Cons
01:18

Application Deployment with Group Policy Part1
06:14

Application Deployment with Group Policy Part2
07:09

Application Deployment with Group Policy Part3
06:38

Chapter Review
00:48
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Module 8
12 Lectures 37:58
Deploy with Intune
01:04

Intune Deployment
02:31

Intune Client
01:59

Grouping
01:29

Software
01:28

Deployment
01:04

Intune Demo Part1
06:42

Intune Demo Part2
07:27

Intune Demo Part3
01:33

Intune Demo Part4
08:44

Intune Demo Part5
02:53

Chapter Review
01:04
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Module 9
13 Lectures 51:53
Deploy with SCCM 2012
02:06

System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)
01:29

Collections
02:56

Software Deployment
01:34

Asset Intelligence
02:09

Software Application
02:47

App vs. Package
02:23

Distribution
03:11

SCCM Demo Part1
09:28

SCCM Demo Part2
09:40

SCCM Demo Part3
09:48

SCCM Demo Part4
03:54

Chapter Review
00:28
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Module 10
13 Lectures 57:56
Self-Service Deployment
01:06

Self-Service Basics
05:36

Self-Service Benefits
03:12

Usage
02:35

Intune
02:04

Self-Service with SCCM 2012
04:56

Service Manger 2012
02:04

Self Service User Portal Part1
07:53

Self Service User Portal Part2
05:10

Self Service User Portal Part3
07:23

Self Service User Portal Part4
06:46

Self Service User Portal Part5
08:07

Chapter Review
01:04
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