Course Details
MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate) is a certification program is an entry level certification program for the people who need to make their foot path in IT industry. MCSA Windows server 2016 certification covers in planning, configuring, maanging of windows server 2016. From Configuring Virtual Disks,Failover Clustering, Implement Hyper-V Clusters and Stretch Clusters, a mid level expert in DNS handling - Configure Domain Controller Cloning, Troubleshooting Active Directory Installations,Implement Web Application Proxy, Install and Configure Active Directory Rights Management Services.
Batches Regular Weekend Fast Track
Duration 40-45 Days 8 Weekend 15 Days
Hours Per Day 2 Hours 6 Hours 5 Hours
Demo Class Yes - 2 Days Yes - 1 Weekend Yes - 1 Day
MCSA (Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate)                                                                 Thanks to Microsoft..

Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016(Exam 70-740)

1. Welcome to Windows Server 2016

2. Plan for Windows Server 2016

3. Install and Configure Windows Server 2016

4. Install and Configure Windows Server Core

5. Manage Windows Server Core

6. Implement PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC)

7. Windows Server 2016 Activation

8. Upgrade and Migrate to Windows Server 2016

9. Introduction to Nano Server

10. Install Nano Server

11. Manage and Configure Nano Server

12. Plan for Virtualization

13. Manage and Maintain Images

14. Configure Disks

15. Configure Virtual Disks

16. Configure Shares

17. Configure Permissions

18. Configure and Manage Storage Pools

19. Advanced Storage Features

20. Configure Storage Replica

21. Implement Data Deduplication

22. Install Hyper-V

23. Configure and Manage Hyper-V

24. Create Virtual Machines

25. Configure Virtual Machines

26. Manage Virtual Machines

27. Create and Configure Hyper-V Storage

28. Manage Hyper-V Storage

29. Configure Hyper-V Networking

30. Optimize Hyper-V Networking

31. Introduction to Containers

32. Deploy Containers

33. Manage Containers

34. Implement Hyper-V Replica

35. Implement Hyper-V Migration

36. Introduction to Failover Clustering

37. Configure Failover Clustering

38. Maintain Failover Clusters

39. Manage Failover Clustering

40. Implement Scale-out File Server (SoFS)

41. Implement Hyper-V Clusters

42. Implement Stretch Clusters

43. Implement Storage Spaces Direct

44. Implement Network Load Balancing

45. Maintain Server Installations

46. Implement Server Backups

47. Monitor Server Installations

43. Implement Storage Spaces Direct

44. Implement Network Load Balancing

Networking with Windows Server 2016 (Exam 70-741)

1. Introduction to Networking with Windows Server 2016

2. DNS and Labs Overview

3. Adding the DNS Server Role

4. DNS Forwarding and PowerShell Intro

5. DNS Root Hints

6. Adding Active Directory (AD)

7. Troubleshooting DNS

8. DNS Records Overview

9. DNS Zones Overview

10. Reverse Lookup Zones

11. DNS Round Robin

12. DNS Delegation

13. DNS Stub Zones

14. DNS GlobalNames Zone

15. DNS Recursion

16. DNS Security (DNSSEC)

17. DNS Cache Locking and Socket Pool

18. DNS Response Rate Limiting

19. DNS Policy: Load Balancing

20. DNS Policy: Client Source Address

21. DNS Policy: Time-based

22. DNS Logging and Tuning

23. DNS Scavenging Requests

24. DANE and TLSA Records

25. DNS Stats, Management, and Servers

26. DNS Resource Record Hands-on Lab

27. DHCP Overview and Install

28. DHCP Scope Creation

30. DHCP Options

31. DHCP Relay Configuration

32. DHCP Relay Verification and Troubleshooting

33. DHCP Dynamic Updates to DNS

34. DHCP PXE Boot Support

35. DHCP Super and Multicast Scopes

36. DHCP Policies

37. DHCP Preparing IPv6 Networking

38. DHCP Creating IPv6 Scopes

39. DHCP Split Scopes

40. DHCP Failover

41. DHCP User Classes

42. DHCP Backup, Restore, Import, Export

43. DHCP L2 MAC Filtering

44. DHCP Troubleshooting

45. IPAM Overview and Installation

46. Manage DNS using IPAM

47. Manage DHCP using IPAM

48. IPAM Role-based Access Control (RBAC)

49. Using IPAM to Manage IP Addresses

50. IPAM Migration and Auditing

51. Dynamic NAT/PAT

52. Port Forwarding NAT/PAT

53. Remote Access VPNs

54. DirectAccess

55. VPN Connection Profiles using CMAK

56. Site-to-Site VPN

57. Local Network Policy Server Fundamentals

58. Local NPS and AD Interaction

59. NPS with RADIUS 60. RADIUS Proxy

61. RADIUS Accounting

62. NPS Imports, Exports, and Templates

63. Using Digital Certificates with VPNs

64. IPv4 Overview and Considerations

65. Binary Basics

66. Learning to Convert Between Decimal and Binary

67. Unveiling the IPv4 Mask

68. Stealing Host Bits for More Networks

69. Identifying New IPv4 Subnets

70. Identify Valid Host Ranges on Subnets

71. Identify How Many Hosts Will Fit on a Subnet

72. Extract the Subnet ID from a Host Address

73. Demonstrating Your IPv4 Skills in the Lab

74. IPv6 Fundamentals

75. Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)


77. Teredo Tunnels

78. 6to4 Tunnels

79. Implementing DFS Namespaces

80. Namespace Availability

81. DFS Site Awareness

82. DFS Scheduling, Staging, Compression, and Optimization

83. BranchCache Overview and Install

84. NIC Teaming

85. Switch Embedded Teaming (SET)

86. High-performance Network Solutions

87. Quality of Service (QoS) with Data Center Bridging (DCB)

88. Software Load Balancer (SLB) Overview

89. Software Defined Networking (SDN) Overview

Identity with Windows Server 2016 (Exam 70-742)

1. Course Introduction

2. Active Directory Overview and Install

3. Read-Only Domain Controllers and Removing DCs

4. Install from Media and Domain Controller Upgrades

5. Flexible Single Master Operator Roles

6. Configure Domain Controller Cloning

7. Troubleshooting Active Directory Installations

8. Create, Copy, Configure, and Delete Users and Computers

10. More Automation and Account Management

11. Perform Bulk Active Directory Operations

12. Configure User Rights

13. Implement Offline Domain Join

14. Create, Copy, Configure, and Delete Groups and OUs

15. Automate Groups and OUs with PowerShell

16. Manage Group Membership Using Group Policy

17. Group Types and Group Nesting

18. Configure Service Accounts

19. Group Managed Service Accounts (gMSAs)

20. Configure Kerberos Constrained Delegation (KCD)

21. Manage Service Principal Names (SPNs)

22. Configure Account Policies

23. Offline AD and Defragmentation

24. Clean Up Metadata

25. Backup and Restore of Active Directory

26. Replication of Active Directory

27. Replication and PRP for RODC

28. Multi-Domain and Multi-Forest Active Directory

29. Configure Domain and Forest Settings

30. Trusts

31. Configure Sites and Subnets

32. Create and Manage Group Policy Objects (GPOs)

33. Configure Group Policy Processing

34. Configure Group Policy Settings

35. Configure Group Policy Preferences

36. Install a Certificate Authority

37. Installing a Subordinate CA

38. CA Management

39. Manage Certificates

40. Install and Configure Active Directory Federation Services

41. Implement Web Application Proxy (WAP)

42. Install and Configure Active Directory Rights Management Services