Windows Server 2019

Learn Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Administration practically

Duration: 32 hrs
Training Fee: Rs. 11900 ($190 USD)
1-to-1: Rs. 31900 ($499 USD)
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Best Windows Server 2019 training in Pune India Windows is one of the basic operating systems that you should know if you’re pursuing a career in IT. Whether you’re just starting your career or looking to advance in your existing IT field, it is always beneficial to start with Windows.

This course will help you get started with Windows Server 2019 domain administration, systematically taking you through the essential concepts and techniques. With many hands-on demos, your trainer Manoj will cover the roles, features, and functions of Windows Server 2019.

Starting with Windows Server installation and basic configuration, you will learn the Active Directory (ADDS) domain user management, AD trust, FSMO roles, DHCP, DNS, IPAM, GPO (Group Policies), File server, Server storage and many more topics. This course also covered the latest technologies such as PowerShell administration, Windows Admin Center and server virtualization using Hyper-V.


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This Windows Server 2019 admin course covers following topics:

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1 Installing Windows Server 2019
  • Review system requirements
  • Comparison of Standard and Datacenter editions of Windows Server 2019
  • Understanding Installation, Upgradation or Deployment options
  • Installing Windows Server 2019
2 Configuring basic settings
  • Using Server Manager to configure basic Server settings
  • Downloading and installing Windows Admin Center
  • Using Windows Admin Center
3 Installing Active Directory (AD in single domain environment)
  • Understanding Roles and Features
  • Installing and configuring ADDS
  • Setting new domain environment
  • Verifying Active Directory configuration
  • Connecting Windows 10 Client or Member servers in the domain environment
4 Server Core and PowerShell environment
  • Using PowerShell to install roles and features
  • Configuring TCP/IP networking using PowerShell
  • Installing Server Core and managing it from PowerShell
  • Using SConfig tool
  • Connecting Server Core in Active Directory
  • Managing Servers remotely
5 Managing AD objects
  • Create and manage users and computers
  • Create and manage groups and organizational units (OUs)
  • Configuring organizational units (OUs) delegation
  • Installing and using Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT)
  • Using Active Directory Admin Center
  • Recovering deleted objects using AD Recycle bin
  • Using PowerShell to manage Users, Computers, Groups and OUs
6 Managing Server Storage
  • Configure sector sizes appropriate for various workloads
  • Configure disks and volumes
  • Configure GUID partition table (GPT) disks
  • Understanding disk types
  • Understanding volume types (RAID Levels)
  • Determine when to use NTFS and ReFS File Systems
  • Configure storage pools/storage spaces
  • Fault tolerance in storage spaces
  • Data Deduplication
  • Implement and configure deduplication
  • Create VHD and VHDX files
7 Implementing Advanced Server Storage
  • Configure NFS and SMB shares using Server Manager
  • Configuring share permissions
  • Configure file and folder permissions
  • Understanding effective access
  • Disk Quota
  • Understanding NTFS Disk Quotas in Windows
  • Enabling NTFS Disk Quotas
  • Configuring Disk Quota for users
  • Quota using File Server Resource Manager (FSRM)
  • How to create a folder level quota
  • Configuring file screening
  • DFS (Distributed File System)
  • Adding the DFS Namespaces and replication role services
  • Configuring DFS Namespaces
  • Configure DFS replication targets
  • Create a replication group
  • Using Windows Server Backup (WSB) to back up and restore data
  • Back up data and Restore data
8 Implementing Core Networking: DHCP and DNS roles
  • Understanding DHCP DORA steps
  • Install and configure DHCP server (Scope types, Options, DHCP reservation, Policies and Filters)
  • Backing up & Restoring the Database
  • Implementing DHCP Failover
  • Install and configure DNS servers
  • Understanding zone types
  • Create and configure DNS zones and records
  • Configure Zone properties
  • Configure AD integration of primary zones
  • Configure forwarders, root hints and recursion
9 Implementing High Availability using Failover Clustering
  • Understanding Failover Clustering options and requirements
  • Understanding SAN storage options
  • Implementing iSCSI target and initiator
  • Configure Windows Failover Cluster
  • Adding roles in Filover Cluster
  • Testing Filover and Failback
  • Implement a Scale-Out File Server
10 Implementing Server Virtualization using Hyper-V
  • Install and configure Hyper-V
  • Configure virtual machine (VM) settings
  • Configure Hyper-V storage
  • Configure Hyper-V networking
11 Monitor Server Environment
  • Monitor workloads using Performance Monitor
  • Configure data collector sets
  • Overview of the Event Viewer
  • Monitor workloads using Resource Monitor
12 Implementing Multiple DC's, Active Directory Domain Tree and Child Domain environment
  • Understanding AD environment for enterprise setup
  • Implementing Additional DC's
  • Implementing Child domains
  • Understanding and configuring different AD trust types
13 Managing Advanced Active Directory database
  • Configure multiple user principal name (UPN) suffixes
  • Configure a global catalog server
  • Transfer and seize operations master roles (FSMO)
  • Perform offline defragmentation of an AD DS database
  • Perform metadata cleanup
  • Configure domain and forest functional levels
  • Configure AD DS sites and subnets
14 Implement and manage Group Policy Objects (GPOs)
  • Create and manage Group Policy Objects
  • Back up, restore, import, and copy GPOs
  • Configure processing order and precedence
  • Force a Group Policy update
  • Configure Group Policy settings
  • Configure administrative templates
  • Configure account policies
  • Configure and apply Password Settings Objects (PSOs)

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