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MCSE Windows Server 2016 - 70-744 (UPDATED 2018)

Securing Windows Server 201647 H 23 M

The MCSE Windows Server 2016 (70-744) exam is for IT professionals who have worked with Windows for several years and are looking to certify.

Episodes
Episodes
  • Security Overview
    • Overview
    • Security Overview
    • Security Overview Part 2
    • Configure Disk and File Encryption - EFS
    • Configure Disk and File Encryption - EFS Pt.2
    • Configure Disk and File Encryption - Bitlocker
    • Configure Disk and File Encryption - Bitlocker Pt2
    • Configure Disk and File Encryption - BitLocker Pt3
    • Configure Disk and File Encryption - BitLocker Pt4
    • Configure Disk and File Encryption - BitLocker CSV
    • Configure Disk and File Encryption: BitLocker vTPM
    • Antimalware Protection w/ Windows Defender
    • Antimalware Protection w/ Windows Defender Pt2
    • Antimalware Protection w/ Windows Defender Pt3
    • Antimalware Protection w/ Windows Defender Pt4
    • Windows Defender, WSUS and Windows Update
    • AppLocker
    • Device Guard and Control Flow Guard
    • Device Guard and Control Flow Guard Part 2
    • Protect Credentials
    • Protect Credentials Part 2
    • Create Security Baselines
    • Create Security Baselines Part 2
  • Secure a Virtualization Infrastructure
    • Guarded Fabric - Host Guardian Service Overview
    • Guarded Fabric - HGS Install and Configuration
    • Guarded Fabric - HGS Install and Configuration Pt2
    • Guarded Fabric - Admin Trusted Attestation
    • Guarded Fabric - Admin Trusted Attestation Part 2
    • Guarded Fabric - TPM Trusted Attestation
    • Guarded Fabric - TPM Trusted Attestation Part 2
    • Guarded Fabric - TPM Trusted Attestation Part 3
    • Guarded Fabric - Troubleshooting Guarded Hosts
    • Implement Shielded and Encryption-Supported VMs
    • Troubleshoot Shielded and Encryption-Supported VMs
  • Securing Network Infrastructure
    • What is a Firewall
    • Configuring the Windows Firewall - Basics
    • Configuring the Windows Firewall - Basics Pt2
    • Configuring the Windows Firewall - IPSec
    • Configuring the Windows Firewall - IPSec Pt2
    • Configuring the Windows Firewall - IPSec Pt3
    • Configuring the Windows Firewall - Advanced
    • Configuring the Windows Firewall - Advanced Pt2
    • Configuring the Windows Firewall - Advanced Pt3
    • Software Defined Datacenter Firewall - Overview
    • Software Defined Datacenter Firewall - On Azure
    • Software Defined Datacenter Firewall - with WAC
    • Secure Network Traffic - DNS Cache Locking
    • Secure Network Traffic - DNS Socket Pool
    • Secure Network Traffic - DNSSEC
    • Secure Network Traffic - DNSSEC Part 2
    • Secure Network Traffic - DNS RRL and DANE
    • Secure Network Traffic - MSFT Message Analyzer
    • Secure Network Traffic - SMB Protocol Security
  • Manage Privileged Identities
    • Just In Time Administration - Overview
    • Just In Time Administration - Demo Setup
    • Just In Time Administration - Hands-On
    • Just In Time Administration - Hands-On Part 2
    • Implement Just Enough Administration
    • Implement Just Enough Administration Pt.2
    • Implement Just Enough Administration Pt.3
    • Implement Just Enough Administration Pt.4
    • Implement Just Enough Administration Pt.5
    • Implement Just Enough Administration Pt.6
    • Implement a PAWS Solution
    • Implement User Rights Assignments
    • Implement User Rights Assignments Part 2
    • Implement User Rights Assignments Part 3
    • Delegation of Control Wizard
    • Authentication Policies and Policy Silos
    • Account Types and Security
    • Remote Credential Guard
    • Enhanced Security Administrative Environment
    • Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS)
    • Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS) Pt2
    • Local Administrator Password Solution (LAPS) Pt3
  • Implement Threat Detection Solutions
    • Configure Advanced Audit Policies
    • Configure Advanced Audit Policies Part 2
    • Configure Advanced Audit Policies Part 3
    • Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics
    • Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics Part 2
    • Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics Part 3
    • Determine Threat Detection Solutions Using OMS
  • Implement Workload-Specific Security
    • Secure Development and Workload Infrastructure
    • Implement Secure File Services Infrastructure
    • Implement Secure File Services Infrastructure Pt2
    • Implement Secure File Services Infrastructure Pt3
    • Implement Secure File Services Infrastructure Pt4
    • Work Folders and File Access Auditing
    • Implement Dynamic Access Control (DAC)
    • Implement Dynamic Access Control (DAC) Pt2
    • Implement Dynamic Access Control (DAC) Pt3

Overview

2 M

  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

This course will show you how you can mitigate malware threats, identify security issues by using auditing and the Advanced Threat Analysis feature in Windows Server 2016, secure your virtualization platform, and use new deployment options, such as Nano server and containers to enhance security. The course also explains how you can help protect access to files by using encryption and dynamic access control, and how you can enhance your network’s security.

[MUSIC] Welcome, if you're looking to study for the Securing Windows Server 2016 exam, especially that 70-744 for the numbering scheme, then you're in the right place because in this series, we have Mr. Adam Gordon covering all the objectives, so welcome. >> Thank you, Cherokee. Always good to spend time with you. You're gonna see Cherokee join us for the show. You're also gonna see some of our other hosts poking their heads in from time to time to add their expertise to our conversations. Join me here to quickly show you what we're gonna be covering in this show. 70-744 is the exam number as Cherokee told you. It's current Windows Server 2016 as the topic. Let me scroll down. We've got six exam objective areas overall. Let me just zoom in and pull those over so you could see them. We're gonna be going through all of them in depth and talking about in one or more episodes around all of the topics. Things like implementing server, hardening solutions, how we secure virtualized infrastructure. We're gonna talk about networking, infrastructure, privilege identity management, threat detection, we're gonna incorporate some of the newer Cloud operating solutions from Azure, so it'll be interesting to see that. And implementing workload-specific security. We're gonna be using PowerShell. We're gonna be using the server-based consoles and management capabilities. And we're also gonna do some hands-on demonstrations both using our practice labs environment and some additional demonstrations. I'm gonna build out hosting virtual machines for you, to install products like Microsoft's Threat Analytic Solution and the Microsoft Identity Management Solution as part of the overall exam objective topics. We are also gonna be using the exam objective blueprint. The most recent version of it is always found on the exam website page, the one we're using here. Most effective set of updates you can follow, in terms of the actual material of what we're going to study, can be found by downloading that document. It will look something like this. And this is gonna be part of the show notes package for you. So you actually can follow along with us, as you can see all of the different details around any and all of the exam objectives, as we tick those off and kinda keep track on what we're doing. Looking forward to spending time with you. I'm gonna remind you quickly while we're doing the overview, that the best place to find all the show notes we're gonna put together for you is in this exact episode. You look just up in the corner on the right hand side in the interface as you're watching us, there's a download prompt for the show notes package. Download that. All the material we're gonna go through, all the notes, the diagrams, and the documentation that we provide is gonna be available to you there. Look forward to spending time with you. Go ahead and get started, because you're wasting time. We got cool stuff to talk about. You, now, go, do. [MUSIC]

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