Microsoft MCSA: Upgrading Your Skills to Windows Server 2016 (70-743) | CBT Nuggest

Microsoft MCSA: Upgrading Your Skills to Windows Server 2016 (70-743) | CBT Nuggest
English | Size: 3.94 GB
Genre: eLearning

In this intermediate Microsoft Server 2016 training, Garth Schulte prepares learners to take the 70-743 exam. Assuming you already hold a different MCSA, this is the one exam required to earn the MCSA: Windows Server 2016 certification.

If you’ve been working on an earlier version of Windows Server for a while — especially if you’ve certified on it — this training will bring you up to speed on Windows Server 2016.

The traditional route for the MCSA: Server 2016 certification is to take three sequential exams, but if you hold a previous MCSA certification, you’re eligible to take this one exam and be fully certified on Server 2016. But even if you don’t plan to earn the certification, Garth covers everything you need to get up and running on Server 2016, from the perspective of someone already familiar with previous versions of Windows Server.

Once you’re done with this Microsoft skills training, you’ll know how to implement Windows server storage and data deduplication. Throughout this course, you’ll learn about storage pools, storage replicas, iSCSI storage, virtual machines, VPNs, network performance optimization, Windows server gateways, and updating and migrating to Windows Server 2016.

For anyone who manages Microsoft servers training, this Server 2016 training can be used for 70-743 exam prep, on-boarding new systems administrators, as part of a team training plan, or to bring systems administrators familiar with previous versions of Windows Server up to speed on Server 2016.

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