What's new in Windows Server 2019, new features and setup a lab environment, learn about windows domains and much more! What you'll learn: Roles and features Upgrades and migration Defender and Firewall PowerShell Windows Admin Center RSAT Planning sites and services Environments: hybrid cloud hyper-converged Storage Identity and access roles Virtualization Planning the server hardware Installing Windows Server 2019 Configuring NIC teaming Configuring storage Configuring roles Managing features on demand Migrating roles and features to other servers with SMIG Installing Windows Admin Center (WAC) Managing Windows with WAC and PowerShell Using PowerShell remoting Monitoring the health of Windows 2019 servers Capturing real-time performance data Protecting networks with Windows Defender ATP Windows updates on Server 2019 Selecting updates to distribute NAT implementation Site-to-site and remote access VPNs VPN connections to the cloud Planning a site-to-site VPN NPS configuration Using RADIUS to secure remote access NPS templates Applying connection-specific policies Requirements Candidates should have experience with navigating the Windows operating system. Description Windows Server 2019 Installation and Configuration What do you want Windows Server to do for you? Understanding the requirements of your server is one of the most important and overlooked aspects of the entire installation process. This course shows new system and network administrators how to plan the big picture and use that plan to install and configure Windows Server 2019. Instructor Scott Burrell explains how to identify and acquire the hardware-virtual or dedicated-you will need for your new server to accomplish its purpose: file server, domain controller, DNS/DHCP server, or virtual machine host. He then explains how to select the appropriate edition of Windows Server and install the core operating system. Finally, learn how to use the legacy admin tools as well as Windows PowerShell to configure network addressing, storage, features, and roles, so your server meets your organization's needs. As an alternative to in-place upgrades, Scott also shows how migrate your roles and features to future servers with the Windows Server Migration (SMIG) Tools cmdlets. Windows Server 2019 Essential Training Learn the essentials you need to install and administer Windows Server 2019. Discover how to choose your server roles; set up different server environments, including hyperconverged infrastructure; and configure storage, identity and access, and virtualization. Instructor Scott Burrell reviews the basics of PowerShell scripting for automated administration, and reviews the Windows Admin Center and Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT). Plus, learn how the IT community has influenced the features included in Windows Server 2019 and what you can expect from the new Microsoft release strategy, which funnels updates along two branches: Long-Term Servicing Channel and Semi-Annual Channel. Windows Server 2019 Manage, Monitor, and Maintain Servers How healthy is your Windows Server? Everyone wants a perfect system, with no vulnerabilities or errors. But a key part of managing a Windows Server-based network is keeping it up to date and recognizing when things go wrong. In this course, Scott Burrell provides you with the knowledge and skills needed to keep Windows Server 2019 running properly and, when necessary, take steps to diagnose and resolve issues. Classic tools such as PowerShell are joined by Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and the new Windows Admin Center to provide a complete toolset to keep servers running in peak condition. Windows Server 2019 Remote Access Solutions Learn how Windows Server can be used to create a bridge and a secure gateway between the private networks of organizations of all sizes. System admins, whether experienced with or new to Windows Server 2019, can learn how to install and configure remote access services in this course. Instructor Scott Burrell covers planning and implementing Network Address Translation (NAT), implementing virtual private networks, using RADIUS to secure remote access, working with a network policy server (NPS), troubleshooting VPNs, and more. Upon wrapping up this course, you'll have the knowledge you need to set up remote access to an entire Windows network. Who this course is for Anyone wanting to gain Microsoft server administration experience.
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