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In this intermediate Microsoft skills training, Chris Ward prepares learners to take the Server 2012 portion of the 70-413 exams, which is one of a pool of exams required to earn the MCSE: Core Infrastructure certification.
It’s a major step to move from systems administrator to systems engineer, and this training will help you do exactly that. This Microsoft training is the more technical of the two exams required for the MCSE: Server 2012 Core Infrastructure.
Once you're done with this 70-414 Server 2012 training, you'll know how to plan and implement virtualization hosts, and design and implement enterprise solutions. You'll also know the valuable background concepts and decision points that will enable you to make the right design and implementation decisions for any situation.
Combined with some hands-on practice and experience, this course puts you on the path to becoming a Server Infrastructure expert.
For managers with Microsoft products, this Microsoft training can be used for 70-413 exam prep, onboarding new server administrators, individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
70-413 Server 2012: What You Need to Know
For any server administrator using this training for exam preparation, our MCSE: Server 2012 Core Infrastructure course maps to the Microsoft 70-413 exam objectives, and covers topics such as:
- Upgrading or migrating the server environment
- Setting up the deployment plan
- Using the virtual machine manager overview
- Configuring DHCP, IPAM, and DNS
- Deploying and provisioning storage spaces
- Designing Active Directory environments
- Configuring multi-forest environments
- Securing connections through VPNs and DirectAccess
- Establishing Active Directory permissions and delegation
Who Should Take 70-413 Server 2012 Training?
This 70-413 Server 2012 training is considered administrator-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for server administrators. This Server 2012 skills course is designed for server administrators with three to five years of experience with systems infrastructure.
New or aspiring server administrators. If you’re a new server administrator, although your career will probably start with routine maintenance and updates, you should plan for eventually planning and deploying an entirely new server infrastructure. This 70-413 Server 2012 training prepares you for every aspect of designing a network infrastructure, and with it, you can develop and later certify your mastery of every aspect of building server infrastructures.
Experienced server administrators. The Microsoft 70-413 exam is still one of the hallmarks of server administration excellence, and administrators with several years of experience should make plans for how they’ll become certified with the designing and implementing a server infrastructure exam. This 70-413 Server 2012 training can help prepare you to take the exam and prove your proficiency in all parts of planning, designing and deploying a server infrastructure.