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MCSA Windows Server 2012 - 70-410 (UPDATED 2017)

Installing and Configuring Windows Server 201235 H 49 M

This course has a virtual lab
This course has a practice test
Episodes
Episodes
  • Install and configure servers
    • Overview
    • Planning a Server Installation
    • Install and Configure Server with GUI
    • Install and Configure Server Core
    • Features and Roles
    • Features and Roles Part 2
    • Additional Installation Configurations
    • Additional Installation Configurations Part 2
    • Configuring Disks
    • Configuring Disks Part 2
    • Storage Spaces
    • Storage Spaces Part 2
    • Desired State Configuration
    • Desired State Configuration Part 2
    • Desired State Configuration Part 3
    • NIC Teaming
    • NIC Teaming Part 2
  • Configure server roles and features
    • Configure NTFS Permissions
    • Configure NTFS Permissions Part 2
    • Configure Share Permissions
    • Configure Share Permissions Part 2
    • Configure File and Share Access
    • Configure File and Share Access Part 2
    • Configure File and Share Access Part 3
    • Configure File and Share Access Part 4
    • Configure File and Share Access Part 5
    • Configure File and Share Access Part 6
    • Configure File and Share Access Part 7
    • Configuring Printers
    • Configuring Printers Part 2
    • Configuring Printers Part 3
    • Configure Servers for Remote Management
    • Configure Servers for Remote Management Part 2
    • Configure Servers for Remote Management Part 3
  • Configure Hyper-V
    • Understand, Create and Configure VMs
    • Understand, Create and Configure VMs Part 2
    • Understand, Create and Configure VM Part 3
    • Configure Guest Integration Services
    • Additional VM Configurations
    • Additional VM Configurations Part 2
    • Create and Configure VM Storage
    • Working with VHDs in Powershell
    • Additional Storage Configurations
    • Hyper-V Networking
    • Hyper-V Networking Part 2
    • Hyper-V Networking Part 3
    • Hyper-V Networking Part 4
  • Deploy and configure core network services
    • Deploy and Configure DHCP
    • Deploy and Configure DHCP Part 2
    • Deploy and Configure DHCP Part 3
    • Deploy and Configure DHCP Part 4
    • Install DNS
    • Install DNS Part 2
    • Install DNS Part 3
    • Configure DNS
    • Configure DNS Part 2
    • Configure DNS Part 3
    • IPv4 and IPv6 Interoperability
    • IPv4 and IPv6 Interoperability Part 2
    • Configure IPv4 and IPv6
    • Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Part 2
  • Install and administer Active Directory
    • Install Domain Controllers
    • Install Domain Controllers Part 2
    • Install Domain Controllers Part 3
    • Install Domain Controllers Part 4
    • Active Directory Users and Computers
    • Active Directory Users and Computers Part 2
    • Active Directory Users and Computers Part 3
    • Create and Manage Groups and OUs
    • Create and Manage Groups and OUs Part 2
  • Create and manage group policy
    • Create Group Policy Objects (GPOs)
    • Create Group Policy Objects (GPOs) Part 2
    • Create Group Policy Objects (GPOs) Part 3
    • Create Group Policy Objects (GPOs) Part 4
    • Create Group Policy Objects (GPOs) Part 5
    • Configure Security Policies
    • Configure Security Policies Part 2
    • Configure Application Restriction Policies
    • Configure Application Restriction Policies Part 2
    • Configure Windows Firewall

Overview

2 M

  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

The MCSA 70-410 Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 exam covers topics like how to install Windows server 2012, how to add roles to it so that your server can perform customized functions and other areas that will help the viewer to ensure their computing environment is functional and stable.

[MUSIC] Welcome to Installing and Configuring Server 2012. In this overview, I'm going to explain kind of what this series looks like, what to expect and just walk through a little bit of the exam taking, test taking process. So, if we can take a look at my screen, I wanna share a page that Microsoft has some details provided surrounding this particular exam. So, maybe you are a server admin, or maybe you're just looking to obtain a particular certification. Well this exam is going to be part of a track for certification such as your MCP, or Microsoft Certified Professional. It's a great place to start with your MCSA, your Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate, or even your MCSE, for your Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert. Now currently, at the point of this recording, it's $165 U.S. to take the exam. Microsoft exams are a little funny in the sense they don't outright tell you exactly how many questions are gonna be on the exam. The number could fluctuate, usually between 40 to 60 questions per exam. And if we scroll down, we can see there are six domain objectives underneath this Skills measured portion. So what that means, those are six categories for the exam topics, if you will. And if we take a look at those, you can even see how they break them down into percentage as far as an overall weighted percentage per category. So in the first domain, we'll see install and configure servers. And if you hit the plus button the left-hand side here, it'll expand out to just give you a little more detail on really what to expect for a domain objective or topic here. So, the other five remaining topics are going to be configure server roles and features. We'll definitely take a look at all of those. We'll also spend quite a good amount of time just looking at, well, how to configure Hyper-V with the advent of virtualization. It's very important to understand how those virtualized machines work in today's environments here in Windows. We'll also take a look at deploying and configuring core network services, as well as installing and administering active directory. And lastly, we'll specifically be looking at how to create and manage group policy. So there is quite a bit here, I think its a great place for you to go ahead and get started. So good luck, and I'll see you soon. [MUSIC]

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