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Exam 70-411 Administering Windows Server 2012.

By: Course, Microsoft Official Academic.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Microsoft Official Academic Course Series: Publisher: Hoboken : Wiley, 2014Description: 1 online resource (716 p.).ISBN: 9781118628201.Subject(s): Microsoft Windows server | omputer networks -- Management -- Examinations -- Study guides | Operating systems (Computers)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Exam 70-411 Administering Windows Server 2012DDC classification: 005.7/1376 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
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
Summary: Microsoft Windows Server is a multi-purpose server designed to increase reliability and flexibility of  a network infrastructure. Windows Server is the paramount tool used by enterprises in their datacenter and desktop strategy. The most recent versions of Windows Server also provide both server and client virtualization. Its ubiquity in the enterprise results in the need for networking professionals who know how to plan, design, implement, operate, and troubleshoot networks relying on Windows Server. Microsoft Learning is preparing the next round of its Windows Server Certification program
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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

Microsoft Windows Server is a multi-purpose server designed to increase reliability and flexibility of  a network infrastructure. Windows Server is the paramount tool used by enterprises in their datacenter and desktop strategy. The most recent versions of Windows Server also provide both server and client virtualization. Its ubiquity in the enterprise results in the need for networking professionals who know how to plan, design, implement, operate, and troubleshoot networks relying on Windows Server. Microsoft Learning is preparing the next round of its Windows Server Certification program

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