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ITDVDS.COMExam 70-743 - Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA for Windows Server 2016 Part 1 of 2

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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 Command Line
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 - 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 2.2 - 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

Skill 4.1 - Install and Configure DNS Servers
How DNS Name Resolution Works with Windows Clients
How Windows DNS Servers Work Part 1
How Windows DNS Servers Work Part 2
Fully Qualified Domain Names and Search Suffixes
DNS Installation Requirements and DNS Deployment on Nano
Installing DNS on a Server 2016 Core or Full GUI Server
Creating a Nano DNS Server
Installing DNS on an Existing Nano Server
DNS Server Caching
Understanding Active Directory and DNS
Configuring Forwarders
Configuring Conditional Forwarding
Configuring Forwarding with PowerShell and DnsCmd
Configuring DNS Server Interfaces and Advanced Settings
Configuring Root Hints
Configuring the DNS Server Global Query Block List
What is Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC)?
DNSSEC Terms and Concepts
DNSSEC Resource Records
How DNSSEC Works
Configure DNSSEC Example Part 1
Configure DNSSEC Example Part 2
Configure DNSSEC Example Part 3
Configure DNSSEC Example Part 4
Create and Deploy an NRPT Table for DNSSEC
Configuring DNSSEC from the Commandline
Monitoring and Auditing DNSSEC
Tool for Configuring DNSSEC with External Domains
Important Summary of DNSSEC for the Test Part 1
Important Summary of DNSSEC for the Test Part 2
What is DNS Based Authentication of Named Entities (DANE)
TLSA Records and DANE
Configuring DNS Based Authentication of Named Entities (DANE)
DANE in the Real World
Enabling Response Rate Limiting
Configuring Response Rate Limiting Exceptions
Configuring the DNS Socket Pool
Configuring Cache Locking
Configuring DNS Monitoring and Logging
Viewing DNS Server Statistics
Configuring Delegated Administration
Privileged Access Management

Skill 4.2 - Implement and Maintain IP Address Management (IPAM)
What is IPAM?
IPAM Architecture, Requirements, and New Features
Installing an IPAM Server
Installing the IPAM Client on Windows Server and Windows 10
Configure IPAM Server Provisioning
Configure IPAM Database Storage Using SQL Server
Create Group Policy Objects for IPAM
Troubleshooting IPAM Group Policy Object Creation
Configure and Start Server Discovery for IPAM
Configuring Discovered Servers to be Managed by IPAM
Manually Adding Servers to Manage with IPAM
Viewing Managed Server Zones and Scopes
Monitoring DNS Zones
Monitoring DHCP Scopes
Understanding IP Address Blocks, Subnets, and Ranges
Create an IP Address Block in IPAM
Create a Subnet in IPAM
Create an IP Address Range in IPAM
Allocate an IP Address with IPAM
Create an IP Address Range Group and Custom Fields
Edit IP Addresses and View IP Address Inventory
Reclaiming IP Addresses
Managing Public IP Addresses
IPAM and IPv6
Create and Manage IP Blocks and Ranges with PowerShell
Importing and Exporting IP Address Data into IPAM
Manage DHCP Servers and Scopes Using IPAM
Manage DNS Servers and Zones Using IPAM
Manage DNS and DHCP Servers in Multiple Active Directory Forests Part 1
Manage DNS and DHCP Servers in Multiple Active Directory Forests Part 2
Manage DNS and DHCP Servers in Multiple Active Directory Forests Part 3
Delegate Administration for DNS and DHCP Using Role Based Access Control
Configuring Access Scope with PowerShell
IPAM Security Groups
Audit the Changes Performed on the IPAM and DHCP Servers
Audit the IPAM Address Usage Trail
Audit DHCP Lease Events and User Logon Events with Address Tracking
Configure IP Server Settings
Determine Scenarios for Using IPAM with System Center Virtual Machine Manager
Create a User Account and Configure Permissions for SCVMM and IPAM Integration
Configure SCVMM Integration with IPAM
Seeing SCVMM Synchronization with IPAM

Skill 5.1 - Implement Virtual Private Network (VPN) and DirectAccess Solutions
How DirectAccess Works and DirectAccess vs VPN
DirectAccess Requirements
Direct Access IPv4 to IPv6 Protocols
DirectAccess Network Topologies
Firewall Configuration for Different Network Topologies
Simple DirectAccess Diagram
Create External DNS Record
Create NAT for DirectAccess Server
Create DirectAccess Group
Install DirectAccess Role
Configure DirectAccess
Viewing Group Policy Objects and Verifying Group Policy Has Been Applied
Seeing DirectAccess In Action Part 1
Seeing DirectAccess In Action Part 2
Advanced DirectAccess Configuration
Notes about Deploying a DirectAccess Server with Two NICs
Install the DirectAccess Role
Configure DirectAccess Server Part 1
Configure DirectAccess Server Part 2
View the DirectAccess Group Policy Objects
See DirectAccess In Action
Add an NRPT Exemption for the CRL
Allow DirectAccess Clients to Use Local Name Resolution
Configuring Force Tunnel
IPv6 and Manage Out
Creating an ISATAP Router for Use with an External Load Balancer
Add DNS Records for ISATAP Routers in an all IPv4 Network
Configure Management Computer with ISATAP Routers
Configure a Computer to be a Management Computer
Configure DirectAccess Client Firewall for Remote Management Part 1
Configure DirectAccess Client Firewall for Remote Management Part 2
Resolving Issue with Windows 10 and Server 2016 Manage Out
Seeing Remote Management (Manage Out) of DirectAccess Clients
Monitoring DirectAccess Servers
Monitoring DirectAccess Clients
Disconnect a DirectAccess Client
Configure Accounting and Generate Usage Reports
DirectAccess Client Troubleshooting Tool (DACTT)
Troubleshooting DirectAccess Part 1
Troubleshooting DirectAccess Part 2
Troubleshooting DirectAccess Part 3
DirectAccess Geographic Redundancy
DirectAccess Two-Factor Authentication
DirectAccess and Azure
VPN Topics for the Test
VPN Diagram
VPN Tunneling Protocols Part 1
VPN Tunneling Protocols Part 2
VPN Authentication Methods
Other VPN Client Authentication Methods
Understanding Split Tunneling
Configuring DHCP for Split Tunneling
Configure NICs on VPN Servers
Install Remote Access Role on VPN Server
Configure VPN Server
Configure Static Routes
Configure SSTP
Configuring Protocols and Ports
Manually Configuring a VPN Connection on Windows 10
Testing the Different VPN Tunneling Protocols
Manually Configuring a VPN Connection on Windows 7
Configuring the Tunneling and Authentication Protocol for a VPN Connection
Configure, Seeing, and Troubleshooting Split-Tunneling for a Client Part 1
Configure, Seeing, and Troubleshooting Split-Tunneling for a Client Part 2
Configure, Seeing, and Troubleshooting Split-Tunneling for a Client Part 3
Connecting to the VPN with a Non Domain Joined Windows 10 Client
Connecting to the VPN with a Non Domain Joined Windows 7 Client
Creating a VPN Computers Group
Configuring a Computer Certificate Template for VPN
Configuring Auto Enrollment of the Computer Certificate
Verifying Auto Enrollment of Computer Certificate
Connecting to the VPN with L2TP Using a Computer Certificate
Configuring a User Certificate Template for VPN and Auto Enroll
Important Note on Configuring Group Policy User Settings
Connect to the VPN Using the User Certificate with EAP-TLS Authentication
Connect to the VPN Using the User Certificate with PEAP-TLS Authentication
Configuring Validation of the Network Policy Server in the Client VPN Connection
Manually Requesting a User or Computer Certificate with a Domain Joined Computer
Manually Requesting a User Certificate for a Non-Domain Computer or Device
Manually Requesting a Specific Certificate with Web Enrollment
Creating and Removing a VPN Connection with PowerShell
Creating a VPN with EAP and PEAP Authentication with PowerShell
Importing and Exporting EAP Authentication Configurations with PowerShell
Installing the Connection Manager Administration Kit
Using CMAK to Create a Distributable Executable for a VPN Connection Part 1
Using CMAK to Create a Distributable Executable for a VPN Connection Part 2
Manually Installing a VPN Connection with CMAK
Creating a VPN Profile in System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch
Deploying a VPN Profile to Multiple Computers with SCCM Current Branch
What is a Site to Site VPN (S2S)
Implement Site to Site VPN Part 1
Implement Site to Site VPN Part 2
Site to Site VPN with PowerShell

Skill 6.1 - Implement High Performance Network Solutions
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 NIC Teaming in Virtual Machines Part 1
Configuring NIC Teaming in Virtual Machines Part 2
Understanding Data Center Bridging
Implementing Data Center Bridging and Network QoS
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
Switch Embedded Teaming (SET) and RDMA
Configuring Receive Side Scaling (RSS)
Configure SMB Direct and SMB Multichannel

Skill 6.2 - Determine Scenarios and Requirements for Implementing Software Defined Networking (SDN)
What is Software Defined Networking (SDN)? Part 1
What is Software Defined Networking (SDN)? Part 2
Determine Deployment Scenarios and Network Requirements for Deploying SDN Part 1
Determine Deployment Scenarios and Network Requirements for Deploying SDN Part 2
Determine Requirements and Scenarios for Implementing HNV and Using NVGRE or VXLAN
Determine Scenarios for Software Load Balancer
Determine Scenarios for Various Types of Windows Server Gateways
Determine Requirements and Scenarios for Firewall Policies and Network Security Groups

Conclusion
Conclusion of Part 1
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