Categories

Get Started Now

New Series: Windows Server 2012 70-410

James Conrad

You want Microsoft Windows Server 2012 training? You got it. Introducing a new series, “Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 70-410.”

James Conrad, one of CBT Nuggets’ top Microsoft trainers, will show you the essentials of installing and configuring Server 2012.

“Server 2012 is, without question, Microsoft’s best release, and this series shows the exciting new features and improvements,” James said.

Who will not want to miss this series? Well, anyone who wants to learn about Server 2012. That particularly applies to Windows Server admins, whether they’re old pros or newbies.

For experienced admins, the series hits “the best new features of Server 2012, such as the ability to convert Server Core back-and-forth with Server Full editions,” James said. “Also, admins will see exciting new tools that will help make their Windows Server installations much more compact, efficient, and secure. Even old services we’ve been working with for many years have new features, such as the new failover methods that DHCP offers.”

Just starting out, or hoping to start out, as a Windows Server admin?

“This series covers the most essential components that any capable administrator will need to know about to keep systems running  and feature-rich,” James said. “Plus, they’ll learn the best new features of Server 2012 and hot tips that only experienced administrators usually know.”

From managing Active Directory Domain Services to implementing server virtualization with Hyper-V, James shows you how to get it done–and get on the MCSA track in this new series.

 

Not a CBT Nuggets subscriber? Start your free week now.

CBT Nuggets has everything you need to learn new IT skills and advance your career — unlimited video training and Practice Exams, Virtual Labs, validated learning with in-video Quizzes, Accountability Coaching, and access to our exclusive community of IT professionals.

Learn more about the CBT Nuggets Learning Experience.

 

Comments are closed.