Microsoft Server 2016 Training Part-1: Create Domain Infrastructure
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Upon successful completion, you will qualify for the UK and internationally-recognised certification and you can choose to make your achievement formal by obtaining your PDF Certificate at a cost of £9 and Hard Copy Certificate for £15.
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Whether you’re an existing practitioner or aspiring professional, this course will enhance your expertise and boost your CV with key skills and an accredited qualification attesting to your knowledge.
The Microsoft Server 2016 Training Part-1: Create Domain Infrastructure is open to all, with no formal entry requirements. All you need is a passion for learning, a good understanding of the English language, numeracy and IT, and to be over the age of 16.
|Course Overview Video||00:05:00|
|Building Your Virtual Lab Environment|
|How to Easily Download ISO Images||00:10:00|
|Create Virtual Install of Server 2016 Full GUI Using VirtualBox||00:12:00|
|Creating a virtual install of Server 2016 Core Using VirtualBox||00:11:00|
|Creating a Virtual Install of Windows 10 Pro Using VirtualBox||00:16:00|
|Take a Snapshot of Your Current Configuration||00:04:00|
|Building a Microsoft Server 2016 Domain|
|Preparing Your Network for Active Directory||00:08:00|
|Prepare Server 2016 for Promotion to a Domain Controller||00:10:00|
|Join Server 2016 Core to Windows 2016 Domain||00:08:00|
|Promote Server 2016 to a Domain Controller||00:09:00|
|Join a Windows 10 Workstation to a Microsoft Domain||00:15:00|
|Promote Server Core to a Domain Controller||00:14:00|
|Create a Server 2016 Replica Domain Controller||00:14:00|
|Domain Naming System: DNS|
|Installing the DNS Role Using Server Manager||00:05:00|
|Create a secondary or backup DNS server||00:07:00|
|Create a secondary or backup DNS server using Server Core||00:08:00|
|Create a DNS reverse lookup zone in Server 2016||00:02:00|
|Create a new DNS host record||00:02:00|
|Create a new MX record in DNS||00:04:00|
|Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol: DHCP|
|Install and configure DHCP Using the GUI||00:03:00|
|Install and configure DHCP Using PowerShell||00:09:00|
|Authorize a Windows 2016 DHCP Server||00:03:00|
|Server and Scope options in Windows server 2016||00:03:00|
|How to Edit the default gateway settings in DHCP||00:03:00|
|How to edit DNS server list in DHCP||00:04:00|
|Use filters in DHCP to deny clients DHCP services||00:02:00|
|Use DHCP User Classes to assign alternate scope options||00:05:00|
|Edit a DHCP Scope||00:03:00|
|How to backup and restore the DHCP database||00:03:00|
|Create predefined options in DHCP||00:06:00|
|Active Directory Administration|
|Create a user in Active Directory||00:02:00|
|Create an administrator user in Server 2016||00:05:00|
|Create a distribution group in Active Directory||00:02:00|
|Create and use a security group||00:03:00|
|Create an Organizational Unit||00:03:00|
|Unlock a user account||00:02:00|
|Move an object to a new organizational unit in Active Directory||00:05:00|
|Change the domain administrator password||00:01:00|
|Fix Access Denied when deleting Active Directory objects||00:02:00|
|Prevent automatic logoff due to inactivity||00:03:00|
|Create and link a Group Policy Object to an OU||00:04:00|
|Edit group policy objects to affect a user||00:03:00|
|Edit a group policy object to affect a computer||00:04:00|
|Backup and restore Group Policy objects||00:03:00|
|Force Screensaver and Timeouts Using Group Policy||00:07:00|
|Change Users Desktop Background Using Group Policy||00:09:00|
|Server 2016 Administration|
|Overview of the new start Menu for Server 2016||00:02:00|
|Working with Task View in Server 2016||00:03:00|
|Enable remote desktop using PowerShell||00:10:00|
|Rearm the 180-day evaluation Period for Windows Server||00:03:00|
|Rearm the 30-day evaluation Period for Windows 10||00:03:00|
|Create a Heads-up Display Using BgInfo||00:08:00|
|Change the date, time and numbers format in Server 2016||00:02:00|
|Rename Windows Server 2016 Using Powershell||00:03:00|
|Manage Files and Shares|
|Setup Work Folders in a Windows Domain||00:15:00|
|Configure a Distributed File System Using Windows Server||00:16:00|
|Create a Shared Folder on a Windows Server||00:04:00|
|Create a Shared Folder Using Server Manager||00:06:00|
|Add a network printer in Windows server 2016||00:04:00|
|Install and use the Print Management role in Windows Server 2016||00:04:00|
|Deploy printers using Group Policy in Windows Server 2016||00:03:00|
|Server 2016 Firewall|
|Turn the firewall on or off in Windows 2016 Server||00:01:00|
|Allow an inbound port through a Windows Firewall||00:02:00|
|Enable PING for Server 2016 and Windows 10||00:05:00|
|Using netsh to Manage the Windows Firewall||00:05:00|
|Using Powershell to Gather Firewall Information||00:04:00|
|Adding Additional Hard Disks Using VirtualBox||00:06:00|
|Shrink or extend a volume in Windows Server||00:04:00|
|Format a volume with ReFS in Windows Server||00:04:00|
|Format a volume with FAT32 in Windows Server||00:02:00|
|Troubleshooting Internet Connectivity||00:16:00|
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