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Exam 70-411 Administering Windows Server 2012. - Hoboken : Wiley, 2014. - 1 online resource (716 p.) - eBooks on Demand Microsoft Official Academic Course Series . - Microsoft Official Academic Course Series .

Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Preface; About the Author; Acknowledgments; Brief Contents; Contents; Lesson 1: Deploying and Managing Server Images; Using Windows Deployment Services; Installing the Windows Deployment Services Role; Configuring the WDS Server; Performing the Initial Configuration of WDS; Configuring the WDS Properties; Starting WDS; Configuring the Custom DHCP Option; Configuring and Managing Boot, Install, and Discover Images; Adding Boot Images; Adding Image Files; Creating an Image File with WDS; Creating a Discover Image; Using Wdsutil Performing an Unattended InstallationUpdating Images with Patches, Hotfixes, and Drivers; Installing Features for Offline Images; Deploying Driver Packages with an Image; Skill Summary; Knowledge Assessment; Business Case Scenarios; Lesson 2: Implementing Patch Management; Understanding Windows Updates and Automatic Updates; Deploying Windows Server Update Services (WSUS); Installing WSUS; Configuring WSUS; Configuring WSUS Synchronization; Configuring WSUS Computer Groups; Configuring Group Policies for Updates; Configuring Client-Side Targeting; Approving Updates; Viewing Reports Administrating WSUS with CommandsTroubleshooting Problems with Installing Updates; Understanding System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM); Skill Summary; Knowledge Assessment; Business Case Scenarios; Lesson 3: Monitoring Servers; Introducing the Microsoft Management Console (MMC); Using Server Manager; Using Computer Management; Using the Services Console; Using Event Viewer; Understanding Logs and Events; Filtering Events; Adding a Task to an Event; Configuring Event Subscriptions; Using Reliability Monitor; Managing Performance; Using Task Manager; Using Resource Monitor Using Performance MonitorUsing Common Performance Counters; Configuring Data Collector Sets (DCS); Configuring Performance Alerts; Monitoring the Network; Using the netstat Command; Using Protocol Analyzers; Monitoring Virtual Machines (VMs); Skill Summary; Knowledge Assessment; Business Case Scenarios; Lesson 4: Configuring Distributed File System (DFS); Using Distributed File System; Installing and Configuring DFS Namespace; Installing DFS Namespace; Configuring DFS Namespaces; Managing Referrals; Managing DFS Security; Installing and Configuring DFS Replication; Installing DFS Replication Configuring DFS Replication TargetsScheduling Replication; Configuring Remote Differential Compression; Configuring Staging; Configuring Fault Tolerance Using DFS; Skill Summary; Knowledge Assessment; Business Case Scenarios; Lesson 5: Configuring File Server Resource Manager (FSRM); Using File Server Resource Manager; Installing File Server Resource Manager; Using Quotas; Creating Quotas; Changing Quotas Templates; Monitoring Quota Use; Managing Files with File Screening; Creating File Groups; Creating a File Screen; Creating a File Screen Exception; Creating a File Screen Template Using Storage Reports

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