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Networking with Microsoft Windows Server 2016 (MS-20741)

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This IT Operations training is a lecture-based Five days program. It offers the essential networking aptitude needed for supporting and installing Windows Server 2016 in a variety of companies. This course even examines facets of remote access and IP technologies that enable students to understand specialized concepts like SDN.

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This IT Operations training is a lecture-based Five days program. It offers the essential networking aptitude needed for supporting and installing Windows Server 2016 in a variety of companies. This course even examines facets of remote access and IP technologies that enable students to understand specialized concepts like SDN.

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If you enroll in this course without the Master Subscription plan, you receive a Free Official Exam Voucher (excluding purchases using Training Vouchers / SATV) for the 70-741 Exam. This course does not include Exam Voucher if enrolled within the Master Subscription, however, you can request to purchase the Official Exam Voucher separately.

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This IT Ops training is a 5-day course which is classroom-based. It provides the basic skills required for networking for the support and deployment of Windows Server 2016 in an array of organizations. The course also covers the key aspects of IP and remote access technologies allowing the students to learn advanced content such as Software Defined Networking.

The average salary for a Windows Server Administrator is $69,077 per year.

Course objectives

  • Implement DNS (Domain Name System)

  • Configure advanced and complex networking features.

  • Plan and execute IPv4 network

  • Define strategies for remote access

  • Execute VPNs (virtual private networks)

  • Execute and supervise IPAM (IP address management)

  • Implement DirectAccess

  • Implement IPv6 and DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)

  • Execute networking required within the branch offices

  • Execute Software Defined Networking

Audience

This Microsoft Server 2016 training course is designed for professionals in the field of IT with some experience in networking, especially those who are willing to take a single course which will take their skillset higher and provide them with an even advanced grasp of Windows Server 2016 networking technologies. Such an audience would have:

  • Network administrators wanting to hone their current expertise in the area and learn new and advanced things about networking technology including its Windows Server 2016 functionality.

  • Infrastructure or system administrators who already have a generic idea about networking, but want to gain further knowledge of advanced networking and skills required on Windows Server 2016.

In addition to these, this IT Ops training course is also perfect for professionals who plan on taking the MCSA 70-741: Networking with Windows Server 2016 exam.

Prerequisites

Anyone enrolling in this course should be equipped with the following in addition to professional experience in this field:

  • Good grasp on Windows Server 2008 or 2012

  • Understanding of OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) model

  • Knowledge and professional experience of virtualization and Hyper-V.

  • Understanding of network architectures and topologies such as LANs and WANs.

  • Previous experience working with Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and other similar Windows client operating systems.

  • Professional experience in Windows Server infrastructure enterprise environment.

  • Good grasp on the core components of networking infrastructure as well as cabling, routers, switches, hubs, and other such technologies.

  • Basic understanding of TCP/IP protocol stack, name resolution, and addressing.

To meet the prerequisites, students should have a skillset that is equivalent to: 10967A: Fundamentals of a Windows Server Infrastructure, or they can opt or the following courses to meet the abovementioned prerequisites.

Suggested Prerequisite Courses

  • Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 (MS-20410)

  • Microsoft Windows 10

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    SubjectsIT Ops & Management
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    TechnologyMicrosoft
    Learning StyleVirtual Classroom
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    DifficultyIntermediate
    Course Duration5 Days
    LanguageEnglish
    SATV Value5
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