Windows Server 2019

Course Duration:  40 hours
                          5 days training
                          10am - 6pm

Course Schedule: Monday - Friday
                          Every Saturday
                          Every Sunday

Equipment:  Real server computer (dual processor)
                  10k RPM SAS drive
                  Fast internet

Inclusion (face-to-face training): Morning & Afternoon snack
                                               Lunch Meal
                                               Certificate of completion
                                               Training handout
                                               Review material for exam
                                               Free flowing coffee

Inclusion (Online Training):  Certificate of completion
                                        Training handout (soft copy)
                                        Review material for exam

Day 1

1. Windows Server Administration Overview
1.1. Overview of Windows Server administration principles and tools
1.2. Introducing Windows Server 2019
1.3. Implementing and using remote server administration

2. Identity Services in Windows Server
2.1. Overview of AD DS
2.2. Deploying Windows Server domain controllers
2.3. Overview of Azure AD
2.4. Implementing Group Policy
2.5. Overview of Active Directory Certificate Services
2.6. Deploying a new domain controller on Server Core
2.7. Configuring Group Policy
2.8. Deploying and using certificate services 

3. Hyper-V virtualization and containers in Windows Server
3.1. Hyper-V in Windows Server
3.2. Configuring VMs 

Day 2

3.3. Securing virtualization in Windows Server
3.4. Containers in Windows Server
3.5. Overview of Kubernetes
3.6. Creating and configuring VMs
3.7. Installing and configuring containers

4. Network Infrastructure services in Windows Server
4.1. Deploying and managing DHCP
4.2. Deploying and managing DNS services
4.3. Deploying and managing IPAM 

5. File Servers and Storage management in Windows
5.1. Server Volumes and file systems in Windows Server
5.2. Implementing sharing in Windows Server
5.3. Implementing Storage Spaces in Windows Server
5.4. Implementing Data Deduplication
5.5. Implementing iSCSI
5.6. Deploying Distributed File System 

Day 3

6. High Availability in Windows Server
6.1. Planning for failover clustering implementation
6.2. Creating and configuring failover cluster
6.3. Overview of stretch clusters
6.4. High availability and disaster recovery solutions with Hyper-V VMs
6.5. Deploying and configuring a highly available file server
6.6. Validating the deployment of the highly available file server

7. Disaster recovery in Windows Server
7.1. Hyper-V Replica
7.2. Overview of Backup and restore infrastructure in Windows Server
7.3. Implementing Hyper-V Replica
7.4. Implementing backup and restore with Windows Server Backup 

Day 4

8. Windows Server security
8.1. Credentials and privileged access protection in Windows Server
8.2. Hardening Windows Server
8.3. Windows Server update management
8.4. Configuring Windows Defender Credential Guard
8.5. Locating problematic accounts

9. Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server
9.1. Remote Desktop Services Overview
9.2. Implementing RDS
9.3. Configuring RemoteApp collection settings
9.4. Configuring a virtual desktop template

10. Remote access and web services in Windows Server
10.1. Overview of RAS in Windows Server
10.2. Implementing NPS
10.3. Implementing Web Server in Windows Server
10.4. Implementing Web Application Proxy
10.5. Implementing VPN in Windows Server
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Day 5

11. Monitoring, performance, and troubleshooting
11.1. Overview of Windows Server monitoring tools
11.2. Using Performance Monitor
11.3. Monitoring event logs for troubleshooting
11.4. Establishing a performance baseline
11.5. Identifying the source of a performance problem
11.6. Viewing and configuring centralized event logs
11.7. Identifying the source of a performance problem
11.8. Describe monitoring tools in Windows Server.

12. Upgrade and migration in Windows Server
12.1. AD DS migration
12.2. Storage Migration Service
12.3. Windows Server migration tools
12.4. Selecting a process to migrate server workloads
12.5. Planning how to migrate files by using Storage Migration Service
12.6. Windows Server Core Overview
12.7. Deploying and configuring Server Core