Dynamic Access Control
- Dynamic Access Control Overview
- Claims and Claim Types
- Central Access Rules and Policies
- File Server Resource Manager
- Resource Properties and Classification
- Access Denied Assistance
- Work Folders Overview
- Work Folders Compared to other sync technologies
- Configure Work Folders and the Sync Share
- Using Work Folders
- Workplace Join Overview
- Active Directory Federation Services
- Device Registration Service
- Automatic and Silent Workplace Join
- Workplace Join with a Windows Device
- Workplace Join with an iOS Device
Web Application Proxy
- Web Application Proxy Overview
- Install and Configure Web Application Proxy
- Publish Applications
- Publish the Device Registration Service
These days, users expect that they can get their work done from anywhere, at any time and from any device.
As a result, It Pros face a number of challenges related to security and confidentiality, while delivering a flexible solution.
One of the most common issues today, is the fact that users tend to bring their own devices to the workplace (BYOD). These devices are not domain-joined and are not under the administrator's control.
However, users do want to use them to access company resources.
Windows Server 2012 R2 can help the admin to control user devices and secure the company information based on application, user, device and/or location.
In this course, you will learn how to protect your environment while delivering a flexible solution for your users.
This is accomplished through the following Windows Server 2012 R2 features: Dynamic Access Control, Work Folders and Workplace Join.
- This course is intended for It Pros with numerous devices to manage, including non-domain joined tablets and smartphones from various vendors.
- Administrators interested in the new features in Windows Server 2012 R2 related to BYOD issues.