Microsoft Server Fundamentals 2016

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2.25 Days

13.5 CPD hours

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Upon successful completion of this course students will learn the introductory and fundamental functions and services in a Windows Server domain environment. This includes basic Active Directory principles and structures, Windows Firewall basics and configuration, sharing folders and NTFS permissions, Hyper-V virtualization fundamentals, NPS and RADIUS fundamentals, Windows Server backup, and introductory Group Policy functions and uses.


In this course, students will learn about Active Directory Domain Services, Windows Firewall with Advanced Security, Shared Folders, Virtualization, Network Policy Server, Windows Server Backup and Group Policy.

Active Directory Domain Services
  • Overview
  • Domains
  • OUs
  • Forest
  • Domain Controllers
Windows Firewarll with Advanced Security
  • Firewall Rules and the Firewall Applet
  • Connection Security Rules
Shared Folders
  • Shared Folder Ideas and Options
  • Sharing A Folder
  • Permissions
  • Hyper-V Ideas
  • Virtual Disks and Switches
  • Virtual Networks and MAC
Network Policy Server
  • RADIUS Ideas
Window Server Backup
  • Backup options and types
  • Backup performance and advanced settings
Group Policy
  • Creation of Group Policy
  • Settings for GPOs
  • Applying GPOs
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When you organise training, we understand that there is a risk that some people may fall ill, become unavailable. To mitigate the risk we include training insurance for each delegate enrolled on our public schedule, they are welcome to sit on the same Public class within 6 months at no charge, if the case arises.

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