In this intermediate Microsoft Server 2012 training, James Conrad covers the objectives in the 70-412 exam, which is the third of three exams required to earn the MCSA: Server 2012 certification.
The three MCSA: Server 2012 exams can be taken in any order, but Microsoft recommends you take 70-411, 70-712, and then 70-713. That’s because the exams — and this Server 2012 training — naturally progress from installation to administration to advanced configuration.
This 70-412 training covers the advanced configuration stage. These are things you’ll need to setup and subsequently monitor. They’re the fine-tuned controls of the Windows Server 2012, and include things like advanced network and file services, dynamic access control, network load balancing, failover clustering, disaster recovery, Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS), and Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS). After finishing this Microsoft training, you'll know how to configure all these advanced services in a Windows Server 2012 environment and more.
For anyone who leads a technology team that uses Microsoft products, this Server 2012 training can be used for 70-412 exam prep, onboarding new systems administrators tasked with advanced configurations, or used as part of a team training plan.