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Lesson 1

Lesson 1: Installing Windows Server 2012 R2, Downloadable Version

Lesson 1: Installing Windows Server 2012 R2

Compare and choose the right type of installation, upgrade, or migration, and make sure you meet appropriate hardware requirements.

Duration: 00:31:48  File Size: 53 MB

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Lesson 2

Lesson 2: Getting to Know the New Interface, Downloadable Version

Lesson 2: Getting to Know the New Interface

Master the new Server Manager, perform post-installation configuration, and understand the role and uses of Server Core.

Duration: 00:33:43  File Size: 50 MB

$9.99

Lesson 3

Lesson 3: Working with Roles and Features, Downloadable Version

Lesson 3: Working with Roles and Features

Understand, install, manage, and remove roles and features.

Duration: 00:20:19  File Size: 31 MB

$34.99

Lesson 4

Lesson 4: Introduction to Active Directory Domain Services, Downloadable Version

Lesson 4: Introduction to Active Directory Domain Services

Understand what Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) is, and the roles of its key components, including domain controllers and FSMOs. Next, walk through the AD DS installation process.

Duration: 01:11:36  File Size: 107 MB

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Lesson 5

Lesson 5: Managing Active Directory Domain Services, Downloadable Version

Lesson 5: Managing Active Directory Domain Services

Manage AD DS user accounts, groups, computer accounts, and OUs.

Duration: 00:51:34  File Size: 71 MB

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Lesson 6

Lesson 6: Introduction to DHCP, Downloadable Version

Lesson 6: Introduction to DHCP

Install a DHCP server, configure DHCP services, and manage the DHCP database.

Duration: 00:38:23  File Size: 53 MB

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Lesson 7

Lesson 7: Introduction to DNS, Downloadable Version

Lesson 7: Introduction to DNS

Understand name resolution in Windows Server environments, install a DNS server, and manage DNS zones.

Duration: 00:41:37  File Size: 59 MB

$21.99

Lesson 8

Lesson 8: Configuring File and Sharing Permissions, Downloadable Version

Lesson 8: Configuring File and Sharing Permissions

Understand NTFS permissions, establish shared folders, use shared permissions, and work with offline files and shadow copies.

Duration: 00:46:04  File Size: 70 MB

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Lesson 9

Lesson 9: Configuring Printing, Downloadable Version

Lesson 9: Configuring Printing

Implement network printing, printer permissions, printer pooling, and print priorities.

Duration: 00:28:10  File Size: 45 MB

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Lesson 10

Lesson 10: Working with Local Storage, Downloadable Version

Lesson 10: Working with Local Storage

Understand Windows Server local storage, manage disks and volumes, and implement storage spaces.

Duration: 00:40:15  File Size: 63 MB

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Lesson 11

Lesson 11: Introduction to Hyper-V, Downloadable Version

Lesson 11: Introduction to Hyper-V

Understand basic virtualization concepts, implement Windows Hyper-V, and manage both virtual machine storage and virtual networks.

Duration: 00:41:08  File Size: 67 MB

Description

  • Copyright 2016
  • Edition: 1st
  • Downloadable Video
  • ISBN-10: 0-672-33844-0
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-672-33844-1

7+ Hours of Video Instruction

Overview

Your complete video course in Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 administration: hands-on skills for real-world success, plus expert prep for your MCSA 70-411 exam!

Description

In this unique video package, top IT instructor/consultant Ed Liberman helps you master the core skills you need to administer Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2, and prepare for your MCSA 70-411 certification exam. Drawing on his experience helping thousands of people supercharge their IT careers, Liberman helps you develop real world skills for success with Windows Server—and even have fun while you learn. Step by step, you'll build and deepen your knowledge of Windows Server 2012 R2 installation, upgrades, and migration; Server Manager and Server Core; roles and features; Active Directory Domain Services; DHCP, DNS, permissions, printing, local storage, Hyper-V, and more. Everything's organized into bite-sized, self-contained sessions, so you can learn key Windows Server 2012 administration skills in as little as five minutes!

About the Instructor

Ed Liberman (MCP, MCSA, MCSE, MCDST, MCT, MCTS, MCITP, A+, Network+, Server+, CWTS, CWNA, CWNT) has worked in technology for more than 20 years. He has been certified in and instructing IT topics since 1998, and has helped thousands of people get started in IT or advance their IT careers. When not teaching, he consults independently with corporations seeking to improve their network infrastructure.

Skill Level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate

What You Will Learn

  • How to choose and perform the right Windows Server 2012 R2 installation or upgrade for your environment
  • How to configure Windows Server after installation and use the new Server Manager
  • How to work with Windows Server roles, features, and permissions
  • How to install and manage Active Directory Domain Services, including user accounts, groups, computer accounts, and OUs
  • How to set up and manage DNS, DHCP, and print services
  • How to manage local storage, including storage spaces
  • How to implement Hyper-V, administer virtual machine storage, and manage virtual networks

Who Should Take This Course

  • Everyone who wants to manage Windows Server 2012 R2 in production environments, especially those preparing for Microsoft's MCSA 70-411 Administering Windows Server 2012 certification exam

Course Requirements

  • Basic experience with Windows Server system administration

Table of Contents

Introduction

Lesson 1: Installing Windows Server 2012 R2

1.1 Methods of installation

1.2 Installation types

1.3 Upgrade vs migration

1.4 Hardware requirements

Lesson 2: Getting to Know the New Interface

2.1 Using the new Server Manager

2.2 Post installation configuration

2.3 Understanding Server Core

2.4 Where’s the Start Menu?

Lesson 3: Working with Roles and Features

3.1 What are roles and features?

3.2 Installing roles and features

3.3 Managing roles and features

3.4 Removing roles and features

Lesson 4: Introduction to Active Directory Domain Services

4.1 Components of AD DS

4.2 Understanding Domain Controllers

4.3 FSMOs

4.4 Installing AD DS

Lesson 5: Managing Active Directory Domain Services

5.1 Managing User Accounts

5.2 Managing Groups

5.3 Managing Computer Accounts

5.4 Managing OUs

Lesson 6: Introduction to DHCP

6.1 Installing a DHCP server

6.2 Configuring DHCP

6.3 Managing the DHCP database

Lesson 7: Introduction to DNS

7.1 Name resolution in Windows Server

7.2 Installing a DNS server

7.3 Managing DNS zones

Lesson 8: Configuring File and Sharing Permissions

8.1 NTFS permissions

8.2 Shared folders

8.3 Sharing permissions

8.4 Working with offline files

8.5 Working with shadow copies

Lesson 9: Configuring Printing

9.1 Network printing

9.2 Printer permissions

9.3 Printer pooling and priorities

Lesson 10: Working with Local Storage

10.1 Storage overview

10.2 Managing disks and volumes

10.3 Implementing storage spaces

Lesson 11: Introduction to Hyper-V

11.1 Virtualization overview

11.2 Implementing Hyper-V

11.3 Managing virtual machine storage

11.4 Managing virtual networks

Summary

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Sample Content

Table of Contents

Introduction

Lesson 1: Installing Windows Server 2012 R2

1.1 Methods of installation

1.2 Installation types

1.3 Upgrade vs migration

1.4 Hardware requirements

Lesson 2: Getting to Know the New Interface

2.1 Using the new Server Manager

2.2 Post installation configuration

2.3 Understanding Server Core

2.4 Where’s the Start Menu?

Lesson 3: Working with Roles and Features

3.1 What are roles and features?

3.2 Installing roles and features

3.3 Managing roles and features

3.4 Removing roles and features

Lesson 4: Introduction to Active Directory Domain Services

4.1 Components of AD DS

4.2 Understanding Domain Controllers

4.3 FSMOs

4.4 Installing AD DS

Lesson 5: Managing Active Directory Domain Services

5.1 Managing User Accounts

5.2 Managing Groups

5.3 Managing Computer Accounts

5.4 Managing OUs

Lesson 6: Introduction to DHCP

6.1 Installing a DHCP server

6.2 Configuring DHCP

6.3 Managing the DHCP database

Lesson 7: Introduction to DNS

7.1 Name resolution in Windows Server

7.2 Installing a DNS server

7.3 Managing DNS zones

Lesson 8: Configuring File and Sharing Permissions

8.1 NTFS permissions

8.2 Shared folders

8.3 Sharing permissions

8.4 Working with offline files

8.5 Working with shadow copies

Lesson 9: Configuring Printing

9.1 Network printing

9.2 Printer permissions

9.3 Printer pooling and priorities

Lesson 10: Working with Local Storage

10.1 Storage overview

10.2 Managing disks and volumes

10.3 Implementing storage spaces

Lesson 11: Introduction to Hyper-V

11.1 Virtualization overview

11.2 Implementing Hyper-V

11.3 Managing virtual machine storage

11.4 Managing virtual networks

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