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Server 2016 Training

Our instructor did a truly excellent job of conveying the material. Our students were already familiar with the technology and moved through the material quickly. I was especially impressed with the ability of the instructor to go "off course" and provide extra material on-the-fly at our request. They did an amazing job. Very friendly, very knowledgeable with excellent teaching skills.
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1. Title

  • Server 2016 : The Complete Installation, Configuration and Administration Course for IT Professionals (SER2012, 4 days)
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2. Course Pre-requisites

  • Previous administion experience in a Windows environment

3. Target Audience

  • IT Professionals who want to become proficient in Server 2016 Configuration and Management

4. Dates and Pricing

Oct 31 to Nov 3, 2017$2,775.00/person

5. Outline

Module 1: Exploring Server 2016

Topic 1: Understanding Server 2016 Versions

Topic 2: Navigating the New User Interface

Topic 3: Finding the Tools you Need

Topic 4: Planning for an Installation

Topic 5: Performing an Installation

Topic 6: Adding Roles and Features

Topic 7: About Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) and Platform Compatibility

Module 2: Planning the Installation

Topic 1: Planning the Physical Network Topology: IPv4 and IPv6

Topic 2: Planning the Logical Network Topology: IPv4 and IPv6

Topic 3: Planning Network Services: DNS, DHCP and DFS

Topic 4: Planning for iSCSI: iSCSI Target and iSCSI Clients

Topic 5: Planning the Active Directory: The Domain, the Forest and the Domain Level

Topic 6: Planning for SQL Server: Choosing Versions and Services

Topic 7: Planning for Web Services: IIS, SharePoint and .NET

Topic 8: Planning for Network Security: Working with Advanced Firewall

Topic 9: Putting the Plan Together

Module 3: Server 2016 Initial Configuration Steps

Topic 1: Renaming the Computer and the Network Interfaces

Topic 2: Implementing IP Addressing: IPv4 and IPv6

Topic 3: Initializing and Partitioning Disks

Topic 4: Implementing Software Based Redundancy with Server 2016

Topic 5: Adding Active Directory to a Server

Topic 6: Configuring Active Directory Services

Topic 7: Verifying and Modifying DNS Settings and Zones

Topic 8: Activating Remote Management

Topic 9: Configuring the Computer for Remote Management

Module 4: Configuring Domain Services

Topic 1: Managing Domain Replication and Performance

Topic 2: Creating OUs in Support of the IT Organization

Topic 3: Creating Groups for Security Purposes

Topic 4: Securing the Administrator Accounts

Topic 5: Creating Service Accounts

Topic 6: Adding Domain Controllers and Client Workstations

Topic 7: About Delegation of Authority

Topic 8: Adding Domain Accounts and Groups

Topic 9: Managing Domain Accounts and Groups with PowerShell

Module 5: Working with Group Policy

Topic 1: About the Group Policy Editor

Topic 2: Creating Domain Policies

Topic 3: Applying Security Policies

Topic 4: Applying Software Policies

Topic 5: Working with Policies in an Enterprise Context

Topic 6: Working with Policy Inheritance

Topic 7: Managing Group Policy in an Enterprise Context

Module 6: Configuring Application Services

Topic 1: Adding the DHCP Server Role

Topic 2: Working with DHCP Scopes and Clients

Topic 3: Adding the DFS Service

Topic 4: Creating and Securing a DFS Share

Topic 5: Installing and Configuring the iSCSI Target Service

Topic 6: Configuring iSCSI Client and Platform Services

Topic 7: Installing and Configuring the Software Update Service

Topic 8: Creating and Deploying Software Updates

Module 7: Working with HyperV

Topic 1: Understanding HyperV Server Networking

Topic 2: Understanding the Difference between a Private Switch and an External Switch

Topic 3: Adding the HyperV Role to a Server

Topic 4: Creating Switches: External and Internal

Topic 5: Creating Virtual Machines with HyperV Manager

Topic 6: Configuring HyperV Virtual Machines

Topic 7: Considerations about Virtual Machine Performance

Topic 8: Configuring Live Migration for HyperV: Security and Policy Considerations

Topic 9: Creating Virtual machines with PowerShell

Module 8: Adding HyperV Server 2016 Machines – Server Core

Topic 1: Installing a HyperV Server 2016 Machine

Topic 2: Renaming the Computer and Joining the Domain

Topic 3: Renaming the Network Interfaces with PowerShell

Topic 4: Setting IP Parameters: IPv4 and IPv6

Topic 5: Configuring a HyperV Server 2016 for Remote Management

Topic 6: Working without an Interface: Working with HyperV Server on a Daily Basis

Module 9: Backup and Maintenance

Topic 1: Understanding Server 2016 Event Logs

Topic 2: Finding what you What in the Server 2016 Event Logs

Topic 3: Working with Log Filters and Queries

Topic 4: Working with Alerts and Triggers

Topic 5: Setting up Windows Backup

Topic 6: Working with Snapshots and Restore Points

Topic 7: Scheduling and Managing Regular Backups

Topic 8: Performing a Recovery

Topic 9: Verifying the Server after Recovery

Module 10: Configuring Enterprise Application Services: IIS 8 and SQL Server 2016

Topic 1: Installing and Configuring .NET Framework Versions

Topic 2: Adding the IIS Web Server Role

Topic 3: Understanding Application Pools and the IIS Architecture

Topic 4: Implementing IIS Application Services

Topic 5: Installing SQL Server 2016

Topic 6: Configuring SQL Server 2016

Topic 7: Configuring SQL Server 2016 Services

Topic 8: Configuring SQL Server 2016 Client and Server Protocols

Module 11: Configuring Enterprise Application Services: SharePoint (Optional)

Topic 1: A Note on SharePoint Pre-Requisites

Topic 2: Installing SharePoint Installation Pre-Requisites

Topic 3: Creating the Database Access Account

Topic 4: Installing SharePoint

Topic 5: Configuring SharePoint

Topic 6: Implementing Security in SharePoint

Topic 7: Implementing Metadata Services in SharePoint

Module 12: Advanced Troubleshooting Lab – If Time Permits

Topic 1: Students troubleshoot a broken server on the last day.

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