AZ-801: Configuring Windows Server Hybrid Advanced Services

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  • Course Overview
    • Course Overview
  • Secure Windows On-Prem and Hybrid Infrastructures
    • Configure and Manage Microsoft Defender for Servers
    • Configure and Manage Exploit Protection
    • Configure and Manage Windows Defender Application Control
    • Configure and Manage Windows Defender Credential Guard and SmartScreen
    • Implement OS Security Using Group Policies
    • Configure Password Policies and Password Block Lists
    • Secure Domain Controllers
    • Configure Authentication Policies and Silos
    • Configure Account Security
    • Manage AD Built-In Administrative Groups
    • Implement and Manage Microsoft Defender for Identity
    • Use Microsoft Sentinel to Monitor On-Prem Servers and VMs
    • Use Microsoft Defender for Cloud to Remediate Security Issues
    • Manage Windows Defender Firewall
    • Implement Domain Isolation and Connection Security Rules
    • Manage Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption
    • Manage Disk Encryption for Azure VMs
  • Manage Windows Failover Clusters
    • Implement a Windows Server Failover Cluster
    • Implement a Stretch Cluster Across Regions
    • Configure Storage for Failover Clustering
    • Configure Networking for Failover Clustering
    • Manage Cluster Quorum
    • Manage Cluster Updates
    • Failover and Recover a Cluster Node
    • Upgrade Nodes to Windows Server 2022
    • Manage Failover Clusters Using Windows Admin Center
    • Using Storage Spaces Direct
  • Manage and Implement Windows Server Recovery
    • Manage Backup for Windows Server in Azure
    • Using Azure Backup Server
    • Configure Backup using Built-In Backup Agent
    • Recover VMs Using Snapshots
    • Configure Recovery for On-Prem VMs
    • Configure Recovery for Azure VMs
    • Manage Hyper-V Replication and Failover
  • Migrate to Windows Server
    • Transfer Data and Shares
    • Using Storage Migration Service
    • Migrate to Azure File Shares
    • Deploy and Configure Azure Migrate Appliance
    • Migrate Workloads to Azure IaaS
    • Migrate IIS
    • Migrate Hyper-V Hosts
    • Migrate RDS Host Servers
    • Migrate DHCP
    • Migrate Print Servers
    • Migrate IIS Workloads to Azure Web Apps
    • Migrate IIS Workloads to Containers
    • Migrate AD DS Objects
    • Upgrade an Existing Forest
  • Monitor and Troubleshoot Windows Server
    • Monitor Windows Server with Performance Monitor
    • Monitor VMs using Windows Admin Center
    • Analyze Data Using System Insights
    • Manage Event Logs
    • Deploy Azure Monitor Agents
    • Manage Performance and Alerts in Azure
    • Troubleshoot Hybrid Network Connectivity
    • Troubleshoot On-Prem Connectivity
    • Troubleshoot Deployment Failures
    • Troubleshoot Booting Failures
    • Troubleshoot Disk Encryption Issues
    • Troubleshoot VM Connection Issues
    • Restore Objects from AD Recycle Bin
    • Using Directory Services Restore Mode
    • Recover SYSVOL
    • Troubleshoot AD Replication
    • Troubleshoot Hybrid Authentication Issues
    • Troubleshoot On-Prem Active Directory

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Get ready to learn about Windows Server management and security, from securing your Windows on-premises and hybrid infrastructures to managing high availability with failover clusters. This comprehensive AZ-801 course guides you in fortifying a Windows Server against internal and external threats, integrating with Azure AD for unified identification, and implementing robust networking, securing storage , and learning data recovery tactics. You'll delve into managing backups, using Azure Site Recovery service for disaster recovery, and take a deep dive into Hyper-V Replicas for real-time VM protection. Turning your attention towards the cloud, you'll be learning the process of smoothly migrating on-prem Windows servers to Azure, upgrading your Active Directory infrastructure, and moving web applications from IIS to Azure. Finally, you'll also hands-on strategies for diagnosing and resolving issues with Windows Server VMs in Azure, and learn to monitor and troubleshoot your server's health, performance, and security. Whether you're a seasoned professional or new to server management, these courses will empower you with the know-how you need to manage and secure your Windows Server environment effectively.

WEBVTT >> Welcome and thanks for joining us for this overview. This is for the module on migrating to Windows Server. I'll be your host slash, I guess, learner advocate for this module. My name is Sophie Goodwin, I'm an edutainer here at ACI Learning, and I'll be asking questions along the way, facilitating the discussion and asking the things that maybe you'd like to ask at home. I'm certified in cybersecurity, but all this stuff about migrating to Windows Server is new to me, so I will be learning along with you. Then of course, we've got Mr. Charles Pluda. He's going to be walking us through this as our subject matter expert for this module. Charles, tell us a little bit about yourself. >> Thanks Sophie. Hey everyone, my name is Charles. I'm a Microsoft certified trainer. I've been in the industry for probably about 15 years now, and a trainer for 10 years of that. My background is infrastructure and security. I've been working with Windows Server probably most of that years and then transitioned to Azure here the last few years. So happy to talk about these hybrid scenarios where we're going to be migrating from whether it's on-prem, traditional Windows Server to new versions or to Azure. >> Okay. So for this specific course, I know we're going to be talking about migration obviously quite a bit. I know we get to learn some new words, at least for me, talk about forests and domains. Is there anything else that we'll be covering that we should get familiar with? >> Yes. So the high-level things of what we'll cover in this module do revolve all around migration. So that could be some storage from say one server to another server, maybe some services like DHCP or print servers that will migrate from one server to another, or it could be services to Azure. So maybe you're migrating a web server or IIS server to an Azure app service or to containers. We've got a bunch of different migration episodes for different scenarios that we'll go through. >> Okay. So other than what you've already mentioned here, assuming we should probably at least have some idea of what Charles is talking about here. But is there any other prerequisite knowledge that we should be bringing to the table as learners? >> Yes. So there's probably some both on the Windows server side as well as the Azure side. In Windows server, I'm just going to kind of assume that you already know what the Active Directory environment looks like, how to log in, how to authenticate. You're probably already managing these workloads today, but we'll walk through some of the basics. So you should know how those are all set up. Kind of the same idea on the Azure side. We're not going to go into any introductory level information there. You should already know what an Azure account is or an antenna, what the subscription looks like, how to create resource groups. And then we'll jump into creating the individual resource group that we need for or the individual resources that we need to migrate some of these services. All right. >> Well, now you know who we are. You know what we're going to be taking a look at in this module. And maybe some of the knowledge that you'll need to bring to the table or that it might be a good idea to just be familiar with getting into this to kind of make your life a little bit easier. But I think that's going to do it for this overview. So thanks for joining us for this overview on a Migrating to Windows Server. And we'll see you in the course.