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In this comprehensive Microsoft skills training, Garth Schulte covers everything you need to know about Windows Server 2016.
In their move to role-based exams in 2019, Microsoft left the MCSA: Server 2016 exam untouched and rolled advanced Server 2016 topics into MCSE: Core Infrastructure. Considering Server 2003 and 2012 are still widely used, there’s a good chance you’ll be managing Server 2016 environments for a long time.
This comprehensive Server 2016 playlist was designed to help you go from no experience to advanced skills. Work alongside Garth in the Server 2016 virtual labs to learn these essential Server 2016 skills. You can use this training to study for one of the Server 2016 exams — or to prepare yourself for more responsibility as a systems administrator.
After finishing the videos in this Windows Server 2016 skills training, you'll have the knowledge to install, configure, and maintain Server 2016, dig into advanced configurations, and everything in between.
For supervisors, this Microsoft training can be used for Server 2016 exam prep, onboarding new systems administrators, individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
All Windows Server 2016 Training: What You Need to Know
This MCSA: Windows Server 2016 training maps to the 70-743 Windows Server 2016 exam objectives, and covers topics such as:
- Installing, configuring, and managing Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS)
- Installing and configuring domain controllers
- Implementing High Availability
- (HA) in Windows Server environments
- Installing, configuring and managing Hyper-V and virtual machines
- Working with containers in Windows environments
- Advanced DNS and DHCP implementations
- Working with IP Address Management (IPAM)
- Working with Web Application Proxy (WAP) in Windows Server environments
- Best practices for storage solutions
Who Should Take All Windows Server 2016 Training Training?
This All Windows Server 2016 training is considered administrator-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for systems administrators. This Windows Server 2016 skills course will validate the extensive experience most systems administrators have with Windows Server 2016.
New or aspiring systems administrators. Microsoft Windows Server operating systems are the standard across enterprises of all sizes. Because of its widespread use, systems administrators with validated skills configuring, maintaining, and troubleshooting Windows Server Operating Systems are in demand. The Windows Server skills training covers the infrastructure skills required to help an experienced sysadmin become an infrastructure engineer. Additionally, the topics covered in the training align with the Server 2016 exams.
Experienced systems administrators. Mastery of Windows Server operating system administration is a highly marketable skill. This all Windows Server 2016 training can help experienced sysadmins refine their Windows Administration skills and prepare for systems engineer roles as well as the MCSA: Windows Server 2016 certification. Additionally, the training is an excellent resource for experienced sysadmins who need to brush up on Windows Hyper-V and virtualization in Windows environments.