Installing and Configuring Windows Server
This module explains how the Windows Server editions, installation options,
optimal service and device configuration and general post-installation configuration
all contribute to the functionality and effectiveness of your Windows Server implementation.
- Windows Server Architecture.
- Installing Windows Server.
- Configuring Devices and Device Drivers.
Implementing Storage in Windows Server
This module will introduce you to different storage technologies and discuss how
to implement the storage solutions in Windows Server. There is also a discussion
on how to create a resilient strategy for your storage, helping to avoid unplanned
downtime and loss of data.
- Identifying Storage Technologies.
- Managing Disks and Volumes.
Understanding Network Infrastructure
In this module, students will learn how to describe fundamental network component
and terminology thus enabling the student to select an appropriate network component
in a particular scenario.
- Network Architecture Standards.
- Local Area Networking.
- Wide Area
- Wireless Networking.
- Connecting to the Internet.
Connecting Network Components
This module explores the functionality of low-level networking components, including
switches and routers. In addition, the module provides guidance on how best to connect
these and other components together to provide additional network functionality.
- Understanding the OSI Model.
- Understanding Media Types.
Adapters, Hubs, and Switches.
- Understanding Routing.
This module describes the requirements of a protocol stack and then focuses on the
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol stack.
- Overview of TCP/IP.
- IPv4 Addressing.
- IPv6 Addressing.
Implementing Windows Server Roles
This module explains the functional requirements of a server computer and how to
select and deploy appropriate server roles to support these functional requirements.
- Role-Based Deployment.
- Deploying Role-Specific Services.
for Provisioning Roles.
Implementing Active Directory
This module explains that, as a directory service, how AD DS stores information
about objects on a network and makes this information available to users and network
- Introducing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).
- Implementing AD DS.
Managing Users, Groups, and Computers.
- Implementing Group Policy
Implementing IT Security Layers
- Overview of Defense-in-Depth.
- Physical Security.
- Internet Security.
Implementing Security in Windows Server
This module reviews the tools and concepts available for implementing security within
a Microsoft Windows infrastructure.
- Overview of Windows Security.
- Securing Files and Folders.
Implementing Network Security
This module explains possible threats when you connect your computers to a network,
how to identify them, and how implement appropriate Windows network security features
to help to eliminate them.
- Overview of Network Security.
- Implementing Firewalls.
- Internet Protocol
Implementing Security Software
This module explains how an information technology (IT) administrator can account
for and mitigate the risks of malicious code, unauthorized use, and data theft.
- Client Software Protection Features.
- E-Mail Protection.
- Server Protection.
Monitoring Server Performance
- Event Logging.
- Performance Monitoring.
Maintaining Windows Server
- Troubleshooting Windows Server Startup.
- Server Availability and Data Recovery.
Applying Updates to Windows Server.
- Troubleshooting Windows Server.
Learn the fundamental knowledge and skills that you need to build a Windows Server
infrastructure with Windows Server 2012/2016/2019.
This five day course provides the networking, security, and system administration
information that you need to implement a Windows Server infrastructure. It covers
the basics of installation and configuration, storage, network infrastructure, network
components, network protocols, server roles, Active Directory Domain Services (AD
DS), Group Policy, IT security, server security, network security, security software,
monitoring server performance, and maintaining a Windows Server.
This course includes the foundational level knowledge to prepare students to start
a career or cross train in Microsoft Windows Server technologies.
Students for this course are just starting their Information Technology (IT) careers
or want to change careers into Windows Server technologies. This fundamental knowledge
and skills can be used by home computer users, small business owners, academic students,
information workers, technical managers, help desk technicians, or students who
want to cross train from another technology.
This course is a first step in preparing for a job in IT or as prerequisite training
before you start the Microsoft Certified System Administrator (MCSA) training and