Windows Server 2016: Installation and Configuration
Planning a Windows Server 2016 installation and configuration is an important skill for any system administrator. In this course, Scott Burrell walks through the planning phase, addressing features that are new to Server 2016 like Nano Server, and then goes into configuring interfaces, server roles, and storage in preparation for installing other services like Active Directory. Learn how to work with the command line, manage roles, configure the features businesses need most and enable virtual storage.
– Installing from a disk or image
– Using the Desktop Experience
– Installing Windows Server from a network
– Working with command-line IPv4 vs. IPv6
– NIC teaming
– Managing roles
– Adding features
– Managing storage
– Working with virtual hard disks and remote volumes
Windows Server 2016 Tutorial Series
Windows Server 2016: Install and Configure Active Directory
Active Directory is the foundation for user and group management, group policy, and security in a Windows Server 2016 environment. This course shows how to install and configure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) in Windows Server 2016. Learn how to deploy AD DS, install additional controllers, configure permissions, and manage AD DS objects, including user and computer accounts, groups, and organization units.
– Installing Active Directory Domain Services
– Installing additional domain controllers
– Configuring AD DS permissions
– Managing accounts, groups, and OUs
Windows Server 2016: Manage, Monitor, and Maintain Servers
How healthy is your Windows Server? Everyone wants a perfect system, with no vulnerabilities or errors. But a key part of managing a Windows Server-based network is keeping it up to date and recognizing when things go wrong. This course covers managing updates and patches with Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), and monitoring your server performance and network traffic via the Performance Monitor, Message Analyzer, and other tools in Windows Server 2016. Instructor Scott Burrell also devotes a chapter to troubleshooting Windows Server with the help of event logs. In addition, to help you master these key administration tasks, this course can help you prepare for Microsoft Exam 70-740, one of the qualifying exams for the 2016 MCSA certification.
– Staying up to date with WSUS
– Installing and configuring WSUS
– Monitoring Windows Server performance
– Scheduling monitoring
– Monitoring network usage with Message Analyzer
– Troubleshooting Windows Server with event logs
Windows Server 2016: DHCP
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is the heart of dynamic IP addressing and a fundamental concept for any network administrator. This course explains how DHCP works in the context of a Windows environment, and how to manage, secure, and troubleshoot DHCP on Windows Server 2016. Ed Liberman shows how to install the DHCP server role; configure settings such as scopes, clients, and reservations; and advanced features, including DHCP failover and working in a routed environment.
– Installing the DHCP server roles
– Configuring DHCP
– Managing the DHCP database
– Securing DHCP
– Configuring advanced features