[Pluralsight] Securing Windows Server 2016 Virtualization

[Pluralsight] Securing Windows Server 2016 Virtualization
English | Size: 369 MB
Category: CBTs

Hyper-V is an excellent application that comes in Windows Server 2016 Standard and Enterprise. By default, there isn’t a lot of security unless you add it using the built-in tools that come with the server. However, you need to figure out which tools you should use and how to configure them. In this course, Securing Windows Server 2016 Virtualization, you’ll learn foundational knowledge needed to gain the ability to secure your virtual machines using a variety of tools. First, you will learn how to harden your virtual machine infrastructure. Next, you’ll learn encryption and enterprise firewall skills. Finally, you’ll learn how to avoid giving too many rights to too many people. When you’re finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of securing your virtual machine environment needed to protect your clients. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Implement Windows Server 2016 High Performance Network Solutions

Pluralsight – Implement Windows Server 2016 High Performance Network Solutions
English | Size: 267.63 MB
Category: Tutorial

Are you studying for the 70-741 exam, yet aren’t sure how to prepare for the high-performance network solutions objectives? In this course, Implement Windows Server 2016 High Performance Network Solutions, you will have a structured curriculum that will prepare you for this section of the exam. First, you’ll learn about NIC teaming and Switch Embedded Teaming. Next, you’ll cover Network Quality of Service with Data Center Bridging, SMB Direct on Remote Direct Memory Access, and SMB Multichannel. Finally, you’ll discover Virtual Receive Side Scaling, Virtual Machine Multi-Queue, and Single-Root I/O Virtualization. After completing this course, you’ll understand these technologies and why you would implement them in the real world. This course will leave you with the confidence on test day to answer the related questions in the exam. Let’s get started! [Read more…]

Windows Server 2016 Active Directory Certificate Services

Windows Server 2016: Active Directory Certificate Services
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Category: windowserver

Don’t go to third-party certificate authorities. Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) allows organizations to build their own public key infrastructures (PKI) to provide certificate-based authentication, digital signatures, email encryption, and more. With AD CS, you can leverage your existing Active Directory and Group Policy settings, and set up certificates more efficiently and nimbly. Join Scott Burrell in this course, which covers planning, installing, and troubleshooting AD CS in Windows Server 2016. Learn how to create a hierarchy of certificate authorities; issue, manage, and revoke certificates; automate certificate generation and renewal; and improve login security by using certificates in combination with smart cards. These topics map to the Certificate Services domain of the Microsoft exam 70-742, so you’ll also be able to use this course to prepare for MCSA certification. [Read more…]

Networking with Windows Server 2016 (70-741)

Networking with Windows Server 2016 (70-741)
English | Size: 3.46GB
Category: CBTs

What you will learn

Implementing Domain Name System (DNS)
Implementing DHCP
Implementing IP Address Management (IPAM)
Implementing Network Connectivity and Remote Access Solutions
Implementing Core and Distributed Network Solutions
Implementing an Advanced Network Infrastructure

This path focuses on the networking features and functionality in Windows Server 2016. This path also covers the objectives contained in Microsoft’s 70-741 exam. Before sitting for the 70-741 exam, we strongly recommend you pair your Pluralsight training with ample hands-on experience in a production environment. Whether you are preparing for the exam or simply want to increase your mastery of Windows Server 2016 networking features and functionality, this path will help get you there [Read more…]

Monitoring Windows Server 2016 with System Center 2016 – Operations Manager (SCOM)

Monitoring Windows Server 2016 with System Center 2016 – Operations Manager (SCOM)
English | Size: 909.89MB
Category: Tutorial

Getting SCOM operational is one thing; actually figuring out how to use it is quite another. A very different experience from any of the other System Center solutions, getting started with SCOM usually requires a few key lessons in how SCOM targets and monitors the objects in a datacenter. In this course, Monitoring Windows Server 2016 with System Center 2016 – Operations Manager (SCOM), you’ll start with the same SCOM infrastructure that was built in the last "installing" course in this learning path, as well as the same example RDS infrastructure as your target for monitoring. [Read more…]

LiveLessons Windows Server 70-741 – Networking with Windows Server 2016

LiveLessons Windows Server 70-741 – Networking with Windows Server 2016
English | Size: 4.33 GB
Category: Tutorial

Overview
Windows Server 70-741: Networking with Windows Server 2016 Complete Video Course covers the exam domains published by Microsoft in a logical way for learning the technology and preparing for the exam. Quizzes, exercises, and a practice exam reinforce learning and help you master MCSA 70-741 exam topics.

This engaging, self-paced video course includes demonstrations and configurations of various features of Windows Server 2016. Even if you’re not planning to take the 70-741 exam, this video training will help you get up to speed on the new and updated features related to networking with Windows Server 2016. [Read more…]

Pluralsight – Monitoring Windows Server 2016 with System Center 2016 – Operations Manager (SCOM)

Pluralsight – Monitoring Windows Server 2016 with System Center 2016 – Operations Manager (SCOM)
English | Size: 909.60 MB
Category: Tutorial

Learn the step-by-step lessons you need to start monitoring Windows Server with SCOM 2016 in this deep-dive course.

Getting SCOM operational is one thing; actually figuring out how to use it is quite another. A very different experience from any of the other System Center solutions, getting started with SCOM usually requires a few key lessons in how SCOM targets and monitors the objects in a datacenter. [Read more…]

Packt Publishing – Professional Guide to Windows Server 2016

Packt Publishing – Professional Guide to Windows Server 2016
English | Size: 2.76 GB
Category: Tutorial

Microsoft recently launched its newest server to keep up with the demanding needs of constantly changing technology. The latest server focuses on the company’s hybrid strategy, including a greater focus on cloud technology.

The Windows Server 2016 comes with numerous features and Microsoft products including Office 365 and its desktop productivity apps, Dynamics 365, SQL Server and Azure’s SQL Database. It offers multiple benefits over the older versions including better security, consistent identity management, built-in support for containers, deployment features for cloud, networking to automate with cloud-like efficiency and so much more. [Read more…]

Udemy – Windows Server 2016 Training for Beginners

Udemy – Windows Server 2016 Training for Beginners
English | Size: 600.33 MB
Category: Tutorial

What Will I Learn?

Learn Windows Server 2016
Install, configure and maintain Windows Server 2016
Build a Windows Domain and Domain Controller
Build a Windows 10 VM and joint it to your domain
Build a Windows DNS and DHCP server
Learn Powershell scripting!
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Packt Publishing – Getting started with Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V

Packt Publishing – Getting started with Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V
English | Size: 699.44 MB
Category: tUTORIAL

In this course, we’ll start by getting introduced to Hyper-V and look at the difference between the traditional datacenter and the new modern datacenter. Then you’ll explore Nano Server and how it can be used as a Hyper-V host.

Then you will dive into learning how to upgrade from Windows Server 2012 R2 to Windows Server 2016. You’ll also learn about exporting and importing virtual machines and migrating, converting, and upgrading different types of virtual and physical machines. Further on, you will see how to create and add virtual hard disks, and configure IDE and SCSI controllers, and add Virtual Fiber Channel storage. You’ll find out how to create resource pools, enable and add NIC teaming, create virtual switches using the advanced network settings.
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