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Configure Networking in Windows

2 H 35 M

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Episodes
Episodes
  • Configuring Networking on Windows Clients
    • Overview
    • Configure TCP/IP Settings in Windows Clients
    • Windows Client Networking using PowerShell
    • Windows Client Networking using Command Prompt
    • Configure Wireless Networking in Windows Clients
    • Configure VPN Connections in Windows Clients
    • Manage Certificates in Windows Clients
    • Troubleshoot Connectivity in Windows Clients

Overview

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  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

WEBVTT >> Welcome into Configure Networking in a Windows Client. I'm your host, Lauren Deal, and I'll be your learner advocate as we go along asking this guy all the questions that you probably have at home. >> Welcome into the show, Wes. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Sure. I've been a technical instructor, well, for the better part of a decade now, and I've enjoyed training a variety of students in different formats, whether it's traditional instructor-led training, online training, or what you're watching now, subscription-based training. I've also trained in industry certifications like CompTIA, as well as Microsoft, Microsoft Certified Trainer. I hold MCSE, or not an MCSE, I'm sorry, MCSA, Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate, as well as Microsoft Technology Specialist. So I've taken a lot of the variety of Microsoft certification exams, as well as teaching students how to pass some of those certification exams. So I'm really looking forward to having a course here that you can dive into if you need to learn about client networking inside our Windows operating systems. >> Well, I'm going to take a minute just to brag on him a little bit. He is one of my favorite people to learn from, and his show notes are phenomenal, his demonstrations are incredible, and so I highly recommend jumping into this. Now, what can we expect from this show, Wes? >> Okay. So we've said that it's client networking in Windows, but what does that really entail for us? Well, the big thing is going to be teaching you how to configure common TCP IP settings inside of Windows clients through a variety of means, whether it be a graphical user interface, something like the Windows PowerShell or command prompt. We're also going to be looking at how to troubleshoot wired and wireless networks, and we'll introduce you to those concepts and walk you through that process likewise as well. Oh, >> okay. So this sounds like it's going to be a lot of fun. Now, if you're sitting at home and you're thinking, "Is this right for me?" Who would be the perfect person to watch this? >> Anybody that wants to learn about Windows, you don't have to have a Windows background to get benefit from this course. There is a certain assumed amount of knowledge. You have to understand basic computer skills. You have to have a basic concept of TCP IP and what that is, and just normal network communications. Then we can take that knowledge that you already bring to the table and see I'd show you how that translates to the Windows operating system, and more specifically, the Windows client operating systems. >> Well, I have to say, I'm excited to learn with you as we go along, and let's not waste any more time. Let's jump into the first episode.