J. S., Framestore CFC
B. M., London Internet Exchange
Supporting Windows server 2012 training course contents
Deploying and Managing Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2012 R2 overview. Installing Windows Server 2012 R2. Post-installation configuration of Windows Server 2012 R2. Overview of Windows Server 2012 R2 management. Introduction to Windows PowerShell.
Introduction to AD DS
Overview of AD DS. Overview of domain controllers. Installing a domain controller.
Managing AD DS objects
Managing user accounts. Managing groups. Managing computer accounts. Delegating administration.
Automating AD DS administration
Using Command-line Tools for AD DS administration. Using Windows PowerShell for AD DS administration. Performing bulk operations with Windows PowerShell.
Overview of TCP/IP. Understanding IPv4 addressing. Subnetting and supernetting. Configuring and troubleshooting IPv4.
Installing a DHCP server role. Configuring DHCP scopes. Managing a DHCP database. Securing and monitoring DHCP.
Name resolution for Windows clients and servers. Installing a DNS server. Managing DNS zones.
Overview of IPv6. IPv6 Addressing. Coexistence with IPv4. IPv6 transition technologies.
Implementing local storage
Overview of storage. Managing disks and volumes. Implementing storage spaces.
Implementing file and print services
Securing files and folders. Protecting shared files and folders by using shadow copies. Configuring work folders. Configuring network printing.
Implementing group policy
Overview of group policy. Group policy processing. Implementing a central store for administrative templates.
Securing Windows Servers using GPOs
Windows operating systems security overview. Configuring security settings. Restricting software. Configuring Windows firewall with advanced security.
Implementing server virtualisation with Hyper-V
Overview of virtualisation technologies. Implementing Hyper-V. Managing VM storage. Managing virtual networks.
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