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ITDVDS.COMExam 70-740 Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016 Training

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Introduction
Introduction, Important Training Prerequisites, and About Part 2

Skill 1.1 - Install, Upgrade, and Migrate Servers and Workloads
Windows Server 2016 Minimums and Maximums
Hyper-V System Requirements
Windows Server 2016 Editions and Licensing
Windows Server 2016 Installation Types
Determine Appropriate Server 2016 Edition and Installation Type Per Workload
Types of Volume Activation
Install the Volume Activation Service
Manage Volume Activation
Activate from the Commandline
Automatic Virtual Machine Activation
Installing Windows 2016 Server Core
Locally Administering Windows Server 2016 Server Core
Remotely Administering Windows Server 2016 Server Core with Server Manager
Remotely Administering Windows Server 2016 Server Core with PowerShell
Remotely Administering Windows Server 2016 Server Core with Computer Management
Installing the Remote Server Administration Tools on Windows 10
Installing Roles and Features
Removing Roles and Features
What is Desired State Configuration?
Desired State Configuration PowerShell and the Local Configuration Manager
Configuring a Server with DSC Using the Push Method
Configuring the Local Configuration Manager
Another Desired State Configuration Example with a Dependency
Configuring a Server to be a DSC Pull Server
Creating DSC Configuration Files and Adding Them to the Pull Server
Configuring the Local Configuration Manager for Pull DSC
Upgrade Paths to Windows Server 2016
Preparing for and Performing an InPlace Upgrade
Using Windows Server Migration Tools

Skill 1.2 - Install and Configure Nano Server
What is Nano Server?
Understanding the Different Options for Deploying Nano with PowerShell
Create Nano Server Image for a Nano Virtual Machine
Deploying Nano as a Virtual Machine
Ways to Deploy Nano Server to a Physical Machine
Create Nano Server Image for a Nano Physical Machine
Create a Bootable USB Key for Nano Deployment
Deploying Nano as a Physical Machine
Configuring Nano Server IP Address and Firewall After Deployment
Connecting Remotely to Nano Server with PowerShell
Configure DNS for Nano Server
Configure the Firewall Remotely on Nano
Joining a Nano Server to the Domain after it is Deployed
Administering Nano Server Remotely with GUI Tools
Creating a New Share on a Nano Server
Accessing a Shared Folder from a Nano Server Using Constrained Delegation
Installing More Roles and Features for Nano Server After Deploying Nano Server
Other Ways to Install Roles and Features for Nano Online
Installing Roles and Features Offline on an Existing Nano Image or Virtual Disk
Applying Windows Updates to a Deployed Nano Server
Configuring Nano to Use WSUS for Updates
Nano Server and Desired State Configuration

Skill 1.3 - Create, Manage, and Maintain Images for Deployment
Determining Considerations for Deploying Workloads Into Virtualized Environments
Supported Linux and FreeBSD Versions and Linux Integration Services
Install the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit (MAP)
Performing an Inventory with MAP
Assessing Virtualization Workloads with MAP
Creating and Viewing Windows Server 2016 Images with PowerShell and DISM
Adding Features, Updates, and Drivers to a Windows Image Part 1
Adding Features, Updates, and Drivers to a Windows Image Part 2

Skill 2.1 - Configure Disks and Volumes
Understanding Disk Sectors and Configuring Allocation Unit Sizes
Understanding Sector Size and Allocation Unit Size with Virtual Disks
Understanding and Configuring the GPT Partition Style
Creating and Mounting Virtual Hard Disks
NTFS vs ReFS
NTFS Permissions Part 1
NTFS Permissions Part 2
Setting NTFS Permissions
Combining Permissions
Understanding Inheritance
Forcing Inheritance
Understanding Deny Permissions Part 1
Understanding Deny Permissions Part 2
Advanced Permissions
Object Owners and the Creator Owner Group
Taking Ownership of a File or Folder
Group Policy and Taking Ownership
NTFS Permissions in Depth
Troubleshooting Permissions with Effective Access
Understanding How Moving and Copying Files Affects Permissions
Configuring NTFS Permissions with ICACLS
Configuring NTFS Permissions with PowerShell
File Attributes
Creating Shared Folders
Using Advanced Sharing
Understanding Share Permissions
Creating Shared Folders with Computer Management
Creating Shared Folders on Server Core
Creating Shared Folders with Server Manager
Access Based Enumeration
Sharing Folders from the Commandline and with PowerShell
Configuring SMB Share Permissions and Sessions with PowerShell
Configure SMB Server and Client Configuration Settings
Creating an Advanced Share
Create NFS Shares with Server Manager

Skill 2.2 - Implement Server Storage
What are Storage Spaces?
Create a Storage Pool
Create a Fixed Virtual Disk
Create a Thin Virtual Disk
When to use Thin Virtual Disk vs Thick Virtual Disk
Create a Volume on a Virtual Disk
Adding a Disk to a Storage Pool
Configure a Disk as a Hot Spare
Extending a Virtual Disk and a Volume
Removing a Physical Disk from a Storage Pool
Recover from a Hard Disk Failure in a Storage Pool Part 1
Recover from a Hard Disk Failure in a Storage Pool Part 2
Administer Storage Spaces from the Control Panel
Creating a Storage Pool with PowerShell
Understanding Data Center Bridging
Implementing Data Center Bridging
What is Storage Replica and Storage Replica Features
Storage Replica Prerequisites and Requirements
Firewall for Storage Replica
Install File Server Role and Storage Replica
Create Log and Data Volumes
Test Storage Replica Configuration
Configure Storage Replication
Seeding the Initial Replication
Monitoring Replication
Changing Replication Mode
Configuring Replication NICs
Limiting Replication Bandwidth
Delegating Replication Administration
Suspending Replication
Performing a Failover
Forcing a Failover when the Source Server is Unavailable
Reversing the Replication for Recovery
Removing Replication
Rebooting Replication Servers and Configuring the Storage Replica Service
Storage Replica in a Stretch Cluster
iSCSI on Windows Server 2016
Configuring a Windows Server 2016 iSCSI SAN Example
Install and Setup Multipath IO
Create iSCSI LUNs for Shared Storage Example
Connect Node A to iSCSI LUNs and Configure Multipath I/O
Create Volumes on iSCSI LUNs and Add Another Disk
Connect Node B to iSCSI LUNs and Configure Multipath I/O
Configure iSNS

Skill 2.3 - Implement Data Deduplication
Understanding Data Deduplication
Installing Data Deduplication
Using the Deduplication Eval Tool
Configuring a Volume for Deduplication
Important Notes for Data Deduplication on the Test

Skill 3.1 - Deploy Windows Containers
What are Containers and Docker?
More about Docker
Container Requirements
Install the Container Feature
Install Docker and Run Docker as a Service
View and Install the Base Container Images
Download More Images from the Docker Hub Registry
Deploy a Container
Seeing the Inside of a Container

Skill 3.2 - Manage Windows Containers
Starting, Stopping, and Removing Containers
Creating a New Container Image
Creating a New Container Image with a Docker File
Windows Server Containers vs Hyper-V Containers
Allowing for Nested Virtualization
Install Hyper-V Role
Deploying a Container as a Hyper-V Container
Containers vs Virtual Machines
NAT and Containers
Creating a Transparent Network
Creating a Container Data Volume

Introduction
Introduction and About Part 2

Skill 4.1 - Install and Configure Hyper-V
Upgrading a Hyper-V Host
Hardware Requirements
Hyper-V Host Limits, Virtual Machine Limits, and Supported Guest Operating Systems
Building a Standalone Hyper-V Host with GUI
Hyper-V Design Goals and Network Diagram Part 1
Hyper-V Design Goals and Network Diagram Part 2
Updating the Server Firmware
Configuring RAID Arrays on the Hyper-V Host
Configuring the Host Server BIOS
Installing Windows Server 2016 with a GUI
Naming NICs
Configuring NIC Teaming
Understanding NIC Teaming Modes and Load Balancing Modes
Getting Switch Redundancy with Static Teaming Mode
Create Volume for Virtual Machine Files
Install the Hyper-V Role
Create a Virtual Switch and Configure IP for Management Network
Run Windows Update, Join Server to Domain, and Name the Server
Create a Virtual Machine and Install a Guest OS
Test NIC Teaming Redundancy
Building a Standalone Server Core Hyper-V Host with no GUI
Remotely Administering Windows Server 2016 Server Core with Server Manager
Remotely Administering Windows Server 2016 Server Core with PowerShell
Remotely Administering Windows Server 2016 Server Core with Computer Management
Installing the Remote Server Administration Tools on Windows 10
Installing Windows Server 2016 Server Core
Configuring NIC Teaming and Naming NICs
Create Volume for Virtual Machine Files
Install the Hyper-V Role
Create a Virtual Switch
Configure the Management Network
Run Windows Update, Join Server to Domain, and Name the Server
Installing and Administering Hyper-V Server
Downloading Hyper-V Server and Making a Bootable USB Key
Installing Hyper-V Server
Configuring and Administering Hyper-V Server
Hyper-V Administration Tools
Finding Hyper-V PowerShell Cmdlets
Remotely Administering Hyper-V from another Server
Remotely Administering Hyper-V from a Windows 10 Desktop
Remotely Use Hyper-V Manager to Manage a Hyper-V Host in a Workgroup
Using PowerShell Direct Part 1
Using PowerShell Direct Part 2
Enhanced Session Mode
Enhanced Session Mode Requirements
Configuring a Virtual Machine for Nested Virtualization
Adding a Hyper-V Administrator

Skill 4.2 - Configure Virtual Machine Settings
Generation 1 vs Generation 2 Virtual Machines
Virtual Machine Version and Understanding Virtual Machine Files
Upgrade Virtual Machine Version
Creating a Virtual Machine with PowerShell
Adding and Configuring a DVD Drive with the GUI and PowerShell
Adding a SCSI Controller
Configuring the Virtual Machine Boot Order
Implement Discrete Device Assignment
Configuring Secure Boot
Enabling the Trusted Platform Module in a Virtual Machine
What is the Host Guardian Service and Shielded Virtual Machines
Creating a Shielded Virtual Machine
Understanding Virtual Machine Startup and Dynamic Memory
Dynamic Memory Guest OS Support
Add or Remove Memory in a Running Virtual Machine
Configuring Virtual Machine Memory Priority
Configuring and Understanding the Virtual Machine Smart Page File
Monitoring Virtual Machine Memory Usage
Configuring Processor Resource Control
Monitoring Virtual Machine Processor Usage
Using Resource Metering
Configuring Default Location for Virtual Machine Files and Virtual Disks
Configuring Physical GPUs for RemoteFX
Configuring NUMA Spanning
Managing Integration Services
Configuring Automatic Start and Stop Behavior
Supported Linux and FreeBSD Versions and Linux Integration Services
Download a Linux or FreeBSD ISO Installer
Create a Linux Virtual Machine
Exporting a Virtual Machine
Importing a Virtual Machine
Exporting a Virtual Machine from a Snapshot

Skill 4.3 - Configure Hyper-V Storage
Understanding and Adding Virtual Hard Disks to a Virtual Machine Part 1
Understanding and Adding Virtual Hard Disks to a Virtual Machine Part 2
Creating a Disconnected Virtual Disk
Creating a Virtual Disk with PowerShell
Attaching an Existing Virtual Disk
Moving a Virtual Disk From One Virtual Machine to Another Virtual Machine
Moving a Virtual Disk to Another Drive on the Hyper-V Host
Configuring a Pass Through Disk
Copying a Virtual Disk
Removing or Deleting a Virtual Hard Disk
Expanding a Virtual Disk
Compacting a Virtual Disk
Converting a Dynamically Expanding Disk to a Fixed Disk or Vice Versa
Converting a Virtual Disk to VHDX or VHD
Editing an Unattached Disk
Creating a Differencing Disk
Creating Another Differencing Disk that Uses the Same Parent Disk
Rolling Back Changes on a Differencing Disk
Creating a Differencing Disk with PowerShell
Merging a Differencing Disk
Mounting a VHD
Configuring Quality of Service on a Virtual Disk
Configuring Storage QoS with PowerShell
Determining Max Number of IOPs for a Disk in a Hyper-V Host
Monitoring IOPs to Set Quality of Service on Virtual Disks
Creating a Shared Virtual Hard Disk in a Virtual Cluster
Resizing a Shared Virtual Hard Disk
Creating a Shared Virtual Hard Disk with PowerShell
Configuring a Virtual Fibre Channel Adapter
Production Checkpoints vs Standard Checkpoints
Creating a Checkpoint Tree
Deleting Checkpoints in a Checkpoint Tree
Understanding Checkpoint Files
Creating and Configuring Checkpoints with PowerShell

Skill 4.4 - Configure Hyper-V Networking
Legacy Network Adapter vs Synthetic Network Adapters
Adding, Configuring, and Removing Virtual NICs
Adding, Configuring, and Removing Virtual NICs with PowerShell
Configuring NIC Teaming in Virtual Machines Part 1
Configuring NIC Teaming in Virtual Machines Part 2
Using SR-IOV to Increase Network Performance
Configure Virtual Machine Queue
Using IPsec Task Offloading
Configure MAC Addresses
Configuring Bandwidth Management for a Virtual Network Adapter
Monitoring Virtual Machine Bandwidth Usage
Network Isolation with Hyper-V
What are VLANs Part 1
What are VLANs Part 2
Using VLANs with Virtual Machines
Configuring the Management Network for a VLAN
Configuring Trunking on a Cisco Switch Example
Configuring a Virtual NIC for a Specific VLAN
Configure RDMA on Network Adapters Bound to a Virtual Switch

Skill 5.1 - Implement High Availability and Disaster Recovery Options in Hyper-V
Live Migration vs Shared Nothing Live Migration
Configuring Hyper-V Hosts for Live Migration
Live Migration Performance Options
Keeping Hosts Consistent and Live Migration
Migrating a Virtual Machine Using Shared Nothing Live Migration with PowerShell
Migrating a Virtual Machine Using Storage Live Migration with PowerShell Part 2
Migrating a Virtual Machine Using Shared Nothing Live Migration with Hyper-V Manager
Configuring Processor Compatibility
Configuring Constrained Delegation for Live Migration to use Kerberos
Performing Live Migration Remotely Using Kerberos
What is Hyper-V Replica?
Configure a Standalone Hyper-V Host for Replication
Create and Configure a Replication Broker for a Hyper-V Cluster
Configure a Virtual Machine for Replication and Perform the Initial Replication
Configure Replica Virtual NICs
Perform a Test Failover
Perform a Planned Failover and Failback
Perform a Real Failover
Perform a Real Failback
Pause Replication
Monitoring Replication
Creating a 2nd Replica or Extended Replica

Skill 5.2 - Implement Failover Clustering
Failover Cluster Requirements
Windows Server 2016 Simple Failover Cluster Diagram
Warning About Using Cheap Hardware for Failover Cluster
Administering a Server Core Installation Remotely
Installing the Failover Cluster Administration Tools
Installing the Failover Cluster Administration Tools on Windows 10
Windows Server 2016 Failover Cluster with NIC Teaming and Multipath I/O Diagram
Understanding Data Center Bridging
Implementing Data Center Bridging
Configuring a Windows Server 2016 iSCSI SAN Example
Installing the Failover Cluster Feature on Node A and Node B
Naming the NICs
Configuring Teaming on the Public Network on Node A and Node B
Understanding Teaming Modes and Load Balancing Modes
Verify Teaming Load Balancing and Failover
Configuring IP Addresses for Cluster Heartbeat NICs
Configuring IP Addresses for iSCSI NICs on Node A and Node B
Install and Setup Multipath I/O for iSCSI on Node A and Node B
Create iSCSI LUNs for Shared Storage Example
Connect Node A to iSCSI LUNs and Configure Multipath I/O
Create Volumes on iSCSI LUNs and Add Another Disk
Connect Node B to iSCSI LUNs and Configure Multipath I/O
Validate the Cluster
Create the Failover Cluster
Viewing Cluster Resources and Dependencies
Configure Drive Letters on Clustered Storage
Configure Cluster Networks
Understanding the Witness Disk and Quorum and Configuring the Quorum Mode
Configuring Quorum with PowerShell
Implementing a Cloud Witness
Installing the File Server Role
Create the File Server Clustered Service
Creating Clustered Shared Folders and Test File Server Failover
Adding Clustered Storage
Adding Clustered Storage with PowerShell
Adding Cluster Storage to a Role
Removing Clustered Storage
Configuring Disk Resource Failure Settings
Configuring Nodes that can Own a Disk
BitLocker Encrypt a Clustered Disk or a Cluster Shared Volume
What are Cluster Shared Volumes?
Creating a Cluster Shared Volume
Optimizing Cluster Shared Volumes
Clustered Storage Pool Diagram
Create a Storage Pool
Create a Virtual Disk
Create a Volume
Add a Node to an Active Cluster
Remove a Node from the Cluster
Destroy a Cluster
What is a Scale-Out File Server
Creating a Scale-Out File Server
Creating a Share for Virtual Machines
Creating a Virtual Machine on a Scale-Out File Server
Creating a Shared Virtual Hard Disk in a Virtual Cluster
Resizing a Shared Virtual Hard Disk
Creating a Shared Virtual Hard Disk with PowerShell
Workgroup Cluster and Multi-Domain Cluster Part 1
Workgroup Cluster and Multi-Domain Cluster Part 2
Cluster Without Network Names
Stretch Cluster and Site Aware Clusters
Rolling Cluster Upgrade
What is Cluster Aware Updating
Viewing Available Updates for Cluster Nodes
Configure Self Updating Options and Schedule Updates
Applying Updates Using Cluster Aware Updating
Creating an Updating Run Profile
Generate Report on Past Cluster Aware Updating
Analyze Cluster Updating Readiness
Backing Up a Node and the Cluster Database
Performing an Authoritative Restore of the Cluster

Skill 5.3 - Manage Failover Clustering
Adding a Generic Clustered Application with PowerShell
Moving a Role to Another Node
Taking a Role Offline
Pausing or Resuming a Node in the Cluster
Stopping and Starting the Cluster Service
Stopping and Starting the Whole Cluster
Setting the Preferred Owners and Configuring Failback
Viewing a Dependency Report
Configuring Clustered Scheduled Tasks
Viewing Cluster Validation Report
Storage Quality of Service
Rolling Hyper-V Cluster Upgrades

Skill 5.4 - Manage VM Movement in Clustered Nodes
Configure Live Migration Networks
Configure Live Migration on an Individual Host with PowerShell
Creating a Highly Available Virtual Machine
Creating a Highly Available Virtual Machine with PowerShell
Configuring a VLAN for a Highly Available Virtual Machine
Make an Existing Virtual Machine Highly Available
Administering a Highly Available Virtual Machine with PowerShell
Migrating a Virtual Machine with Live Migration
Configuring Virtual Machine Preferred Owners, Failover, and Failback
Monitor Services Inside a Virtual Machine
Configure VM Network Health Protection
Configuring Virtual Machine Priority
Moving Virtual Machine Files and Virtual Disks on a Highly Available VM
Pause a Host and Automatically Live Migrate Virtual Machines
Seeing a Host Failure
Seeing a Cluster Shared Volume Failure and CSV Traffic Redirection
Virtual Machine Resiliency
Configuring Virtual Machine Resiliency
Virtual Machine Node Fairness
Virtual Machine Start Order

Skill 5.5 - Implement Storage Spaces Direct
What is Storage Spaces Direct
Storage Spaces Direct Requirements and Features
Understanding Cache and Storage Tiering in Storage Spaces Direct
Storage Spaces Direct Lab with Virtual Machines
Install the Failover Cluster Feature
Validate the Cluster for Storage Spaces Direct
Create a Cluster
Configure a File Share Witness
Enable Storage Spaces Direct
Check For Available Disks
Create a New Storage Pool
Configure Disk Type for Virtual Lab
Create a Storage Tiers
Create a Virtual Disk and a New Volume Part 1
Create a Virtual Disk and a New Volume Part 2
Create a Virtual Disk and a New Volume Part 3
Create Scale-Out File Server
Seeing a Node Failure
Deleting Virtual Disks and Volumes
Extending a Virtual Disk and Volume
Adding Disks to the Pool
Removing Disks from the Pool
Handling a Hard Disk Failure
Optimizing the Storage Pool

Skill 5.6 - Implement Network Load Balancing
Network Load Balancing Diagram
Network Load Balance Requirements
Create a DNS Record for Load Balanced IP
Install Network Load Balance Feature
Create a Network Load Balance Cluster Part 1
Create a Network Load Balance Cluster Part 2
Add a Host to the NLB Cluster
Starting, Stopping, and Suspending a Host
Remove a Host from the NLB Cluster
Managing a Network Load Balance Cluster with PowerShell
Upgrade a NLB Cluster

Skill 6.1 - Maintain Server Installations
What is Windows Server Update Services?
System Requirements
Real World WSUS Requirements and WSUS Client Requirements
Choosing a WSUS Architecture
WSUS Modes
Installing WSUS
Configuring the First WSUS Server and Configuring Synchronization
Synchronizing Products
Configuring the IIS Worker Process
Remotely Administering WSUS From Another Server
Remotely Administering WSUS From a Windows 10 Desktop
Adding Computers with the Local GPO
Adding Computers with Group Policy
Configuring Automatic Updates with Group Policy
Configuring Automatic Maintenance
Windows Update Group Policy Settings Part 1
Windows Update Group Policy Settings Part 2
Creating Computer Groups
Manually Adding Computers to Computer Groups
Adding Computers to Groups with Group Policy
Viewing Needed Updates
Approving Updates
Approve for Removal
Declining Updates
Automatically Approving Updates
Applying Updates Immediately
Searching for Updates
Creating a New Update View
Configuring Clients for Updates that Require Reboots
Conflict Resolution
Troubleshooting Failed Updates
Configuring the Update Source or Proxy Server
Changing Products and Classifications
Configuring the Languages and Update Files
Scheduling Update Synchronization
Performing a Server Cleanup
Managing WSUS with PowerShell
Creating a WSUS DownStream Replica for Centralized Management Part 1
Creating a WSUS DownStream Replica for Centralized Management Part 2
Creating a WSUS Autonomous DownStream Installation for Decentralized Management
Configuring Clients to use a Downstream WSUS Server
Administering Clients Connected to a Downstream WSUS Server
Using Branch Cache for Branch Offices
Configuring Delivery Optimization for Windows 10 Computers
Configuring DNS for Roaming Clients
Generating Reports for Updates Status and Computer Status and Synchronization
Exporting Reports to Excel or PDF
Emailing Approved Update Status Reports and WSUS Synchronization Reports

Skill 6.2 - Monitor Server Installations
Task Manager and Resource Monitor
Event Viewer
Monitoring Virtual Machine Memory Usage
Monitoring Virtual Machine Processor Usage
Monitoring Virtual Machine Bandwidth Usage
Using Data Collector Sets to Record Performance Monitor Data
Total Movie Time:
23 hours 46 minutes

Practice Test Questions: 144
End Of Movie Quizzes: 82
Chapter Tests: 20
Flash Cards: 92


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