Monitor and Troubleshoot Windows Server

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  • Course Overview
    • Course Overview
  • Monitor 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 Windows Server On-Prem and Hybrid Networking
    • Troubleshoot Hybrid Network Connectivity
    • Troubleshoot On-Prem Connectivity
  • Troubleshoot Windows Server VMs in Azure
    • Troubleshoot Deployment Failures
    • Troubleshoot Booting Failures
    • Troubleshoot Disk Encryption Issues
    • Troubleshoot VM Connection Issues
  • Troubleshoot Active Directory
    • 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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Step into the control room of Windows Server management with our enlightening course dedicated to monitoring and troubleshooting the backbone of enterprise IT infrastructure. In this course, you‘ll discover the tools and techniques essential for keeping a vigilant eye on Windows Server health, performance, and security, ensuring you can respond to issues with precision. you’ll explore through the labyrinth of on-prem and hybrid networking, equipping you with the troubleshooting skills needed to swiftly navigate through common and complex network challenges. You will learn hands-on strategies for diagnosing and resolving issues with Windows Server VMs in Azure, turning potential disruptions into mere hiccups. Furthermore, gain deep insights into the art of Active Directory troubleshooting, understanding the ability to maintain uninterrupted identity management and authentication services. Whether you're confronting server slowdowns, network anomalies, or AD dilemmas, our show is the course to diagnosing and remedying the pulse points of your Windows Server environment.

WEBVTT >> Welcome and thanks for joining us for this overview. This is for the module Monitor and Troubleshoot Windows Server. I'll be your host for this course. My name is Sophie Goodwin. I am an edutainer here at ACI Learning. I'll be functioning as a learner advocate and asking questions along the way that you might have at home. I don't have a ton of experience in this area, so I'm going to be learning right along with you as you are. Of course, we've got Charles Pluto here. He's going to be our subject matter expert for this course. Charles, tell us a little about yourself. Yeah, thanks Sophie. Hey everyone. My >> name is Charles Pluto. I've got a background in infrastructure and security. I've been working in the IT field for about 15 years now. I've been a Microsoft Certified Trainer for about 10 years of that. I'm so happy to talk to you today about all the different monitoring and troubleshooting that we can do across Windows Server, whether it be in an on-prem environment, maybe it's a hybrid environment. We've got different connection methods, different troubleshooting ways that we can look at Active Directory and some of the Windows Server services. I >> know we have got a couple episodes on, or quite a few episodes on troubleshooting like VM and connection issues there. So is there anything else that we need to know going in that we're going to be focusing on? >> Yeah. Some assumed knowledge would probably be just some Windows Server basics. You should be familiar with how to use the command line, how to get into the Windows Server. We're not going to cover any of the basics there. Then same would be true on the Azure side. I'll assume that you know what an Active Directory tenant is or now IntraID. That you know what a subscription is, resource groups, the basics of getting something up and running in Azure. >> So if you're not familiar with those concepts, maybe run out and get yourself familiar with those before jumping into this course, or you can try to learn it while we're going through this stuff, just might create a little bit of extra work for you. But like I said, I'm going to be learning right along with you, and now we have an idea of what we're going to be getting into in this course and how we can prepare. So thank you for joining us for this overview. We'll see you in the course.