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This intermediate DHCP and IPAM in Windows Server training prepares learners to use Microsoft's built-in suite of tools for IP address management that provide you with control over your IP address infrastructure.
Not every network depends on a carefully managed IP address infrastructure. But that only means that when it is necessary, the skill required to provide one is all the more valuable. Microsoft provides an integrated suite of tools for deploying, managing and monitoring an IP address infrastructure in Microsoft IP Address Management (IPAM), and with this training you can see just how much of the work that goes into maintaining lists of issued, static IP addresses it automates and controls for you.
A network administrator who deals with Microsoft Server for handling static IP addresses, knowing how to implement the DHCP services and IPAM tool Microsoft has already built in will be invaluable.
Once you're done with this DHCP and IPAM in Windows Server training, you'll know how to use Microsoft's built-in suite of tools for IP address management that provide you with control over your IP address infrastructure.
For supervisors, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new systems administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
DHCP and IPAM in Windows Server: What You Need to Know
This DHCP and IPAM in Windows Server training has videos that cover DHCP and IPAM topics including:
- Maintaining a positive account of IPv4 and IPv6 address space usage
- Planning and allocating address spaces automatically
- Restricting unauthorized accesses with RBAC
- Automating service and zone monitoring
Who Should Take DHCP and IPAM in Windows Server Training?
This DHCP and IPAM in Windows Server training is considered associate-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for systems administrators. This Windows Server skills course is designed for systems administrators with three to five years of experience with DHCP and IPAM.
New or aspiring systems administrators. If you're brand new to network administration, you might be surprised to learn that even as of 2016, static IP addresses were regularly issued manually, and records of them were maintained by hand. This DHCP and IPAM in Windows Server training will put you squarely in control of the automation of your network's IP addresses and show you how to use built-in tools to manage your network's IP addresses automatically.
Experienced systems administrators. If you've been working as a network administrator for a while, you should know already that Windows server has tools for space planning and allocation of IPv4 and IPv6 address spaces, utilization statistics and trend monitoring, and records creation and deletion, plus a lot more. This DHCP and IPAM in Windows Server training will put all those tools in your hand and automate the tasks you've likely been doing by hand up until now.
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