Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 with Timothy Warner
This Windows Server video training with Tim Warner covers the latest version of Microsoft’s popular server, including
configuring network load balancing, recovering servers, implementing AD FS, and more.
Familiarity with Microsoft Windows
Familiarity with Windows Server 2012
Windows Server 2012
MCSA: Windows Server 2012
MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure
MCSE: Server Infrastructure
MCSE: Private Cloud
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Get ready for the 70-412 exam with this series from trainer Tim Warner!
Microsoft exam 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services, counts as credit toward the Microsoft
Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) and Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) certifications inWindows Server 2012.
The 70-412 test covers the following general topic areas: Advanced Network Services; Advanced File Services; Dynamic
Access Control; Network Load Balancing; Failover Clustering; Disaster Recovery; Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS);
Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS).
Here’s what you’ll learn in each video of the Microsoft Windows Server 2012 70-412 series:
Video – 1 : Course Introduction
Topics covered: The New MCSA and MCSE certifications;how this course works;tips for exam success.
Video – 2 : Configuring Network Load Balancing (NLB)
Topics covered: what is NLB? Configure NLB prerequisites; install NLB nodes; configure affinity and port
rules; configure cluster operation modes; and test failover.
Video – 3 : Configuring Failover Clustering
Topics covered: Understanding failover clustering; Windows Server 2012 improvements; configuring
storage and networking for clustering; building single-site clusters; managing cluster roles, including
highly available Hyper-V VMs; monitoring VMs.
Video – 4 : Managing Virtual Machine Movement
Topics covered: Brief history of Hyper-V; importing and exporting virtual machines (VMs); Quick
Migration vs. Live Migration; shared Nothing Live Migration; Hyper-V Replica and Replica Broker; P2V
overview with System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) 2012.
Video – 5 : Configuring and Optimizing Storage
Topics covered: Configuring iSCSI, including iSNS, initiator and targets; configuring SAS, including Storage
Spaces; implementing passthough disks with Hyper-V virtual machines; using Windows Server 2012
Features on Demand.
Video – 6 : Configuring Advanced File Services
Topics covered: Understanding BranchCache architecture; configuring BranchCache from both server
and client perspectives; implementing a file classification infrastructure (FCI) with File Server Resource
Manager (FSRM); configuring file access auditing; understanding Server for Network File System (NFS).
Video – 7 : Implementing Dynamic Access Control
Topics covered: Understanding Dynamic Access Control; creating user and device claims; classifying
folders manually or automatically with FSRM; deploying Central Access Policy; configuring access denied
remediation; implementing advanced auditing policy.
Video – 8 : Configuring and Managing Backups
Topics covered: Understanding disaster recovery purpose and methods; reviewing backup terminology
and techniques; mastering Windows Server Backup options, including Windows Azure Online Backup,
WBAdmin, and PowerShell 3.0.
Video – 9 : Recovering Servers
Topics covered: Active Directory Recycle Bin; performing a Bare Metal Restore (BMR) with Windows
Recovery Environment (Windows RE); using Windows Server Backup and Windows Azure Online Backup
to restore volumes, folders, and files.
Video – 10 : Implementing an Advanced DHCP Solution
Topics covered: What’s new and what’s changed in Windows Server 2012 DHCP; Creating specialpurpose scopes, including superscopes, multicast scopes, and split scopes; Implementing DHCPv6;
Understanding DHCP Name Protection; Deploying and Managing DHCP Failover.
Video – 11 : Implementing an Advanced DNS Solution
Topics covered: What’s new and what’s changed in DNS in Windows Server 2012; DNSSEC; Windows
PowerShell for DNS; Implementing the GlobalNames DNSzone; Optimizing DNS.
Video – 12 : Deploying and Managing IPAM
Topics covered: Understanding IP Address Management (IPAM) in Windows Server 2012; IPAM
deployment “gotchas”; IPAM implementation steps; Migrating an Existing IP Infrastructure to IPAM;
Performing day-to-day IP administration tasks with IPAM.
Video – 13 : Configuring Active Directory Forests and Domains
Topics covered: Reviewing Active Directory logical and physical components; Interoperating with
previous versions of AD; Reviewing forest and domain functional levels; Upgrading forests and domains
to Windows Server 2012.
Video – 14 : Configuring Trust Relationships
Topics covered: Differentiating the different trust types (transitive vs. non-transitive, domain ,tree,
forest, shortcut, external, and realm trusts); Implementing trust authentication options, including
Video – 15 : Administering Active Directory Sites
Topics covered: Understanding Active Directory site terminology, including sites, subnets and site links;
placement of domain controllers and global Catalog servers; understanding the role of intrasite and