Duration: 5 Days
Technology: Windows Server 2012
Delivery Method: Instructor-Led (In-class & virtual)
Software Assurance Value:
Learn the fundamental knowledge and skills that you need to build a Windows Server infrastructure with Windows Server 2012.
After completing this course, students will be able to:
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.
Module 1: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012
This module explains how the Windows Server 2012 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.
Lab: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012
After completing this module, student will be able to:
Module 2: Implementing Storage in Windows ServerThis 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.
Lab: Implementing Storage in Windows Server
After completing this module, students will be able to:
Module 3: Understanding Network InfrastructureIn 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.
Lab: Selecting Network Infrastructure Components
Module 4: Connecting Network ComponentsThis 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.
Lab: Connecting Network Components
Module 5: Implementing TCP/IPThis module describes the requirements of a protocol stack and then focuses on the Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) protocol stack.
Lab: Implementing TCP/IP
Module 6: Implementing Windows Server RolesThis module explains the functional requirements of a server computer and how to select and deploy appropriate server roles to support these functional requirements.
Lab: Implementing Server Roles
Module 7: Implementing Active DirectoryThis 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 administrators.
Lab: Implementing AD DS
Lab: Implementing IT Security Layers
Module 9: Implementing Security in Windows ServerThis module reviews the tools and concepts available for implementing security within a Microsoft Windows infrastructure.
Lab: Implementing Windows Security
Module 10: Implementing Network SecurityThis 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.
Lab: Implementing Network Security
Module 11: Implementing Security SoftwareThis module explains how an information technology (IT) administrator can account for and mitigate the risks of malicious code, unauthorized use, and data theft.
Lab: Implementing Security Software
Module 12: Monitoring Server PerformanceThis module discusses the importance of monitoring the performance of servers, and how you monitor servers to ensure that they run efficiently and use available server capacity. It also explains performance monitoring tools to identify components that require additional tuning and troubleshooting, so that you can improve the efficiency of your servers.
Lab: Monitoring Server Performance
Module 13: Maintaining Windows ServerThis module explains the importance of system updates, how to troubleshoot the Windows Server boot process, and how to implement high availability and recovery technologies to improve system availability.
Lab: Maintaining Windows Server