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Configuring Windows 10 Core Services

by Glenn Weadock

To put Windows 10 to work in an organization, you must configure the core services that run applications, provide physical storage for data, protect access to that data, network it all together, and manage it remotely. This course shows how to do it.

What you'll learn

Turning Windows 10 into a productivity powerhouse means setting up core services to facilitate useful work. You'll discover how to set up data storage and protect that storage with permissions and access conditions. You'll learn about deploying and configuring applications, both modern and traditional, in terms of startup, storage, and performance. This course, Configuring Windows 10 Core Services, covers the basics of network configuration for both local and external connections, including IP configuration and name resolution, and it explains all the ways you can manage Windows 10 over that network. By the end of this course, you'll have an understanding of configuring Windows 10 core services, and after deployment and implementation, configuring core services lets you put Windows 10 to work.

About the author

Glenn E. Weadock (MDAA, MCAAA, MCT, MCSE, MCSA, MCITP, A+, Security+) is the president of Independent Software Inc., which he founded in 1982 after graduating from Stanford University's engineering school. ISI provides expert witness, consulting, and training services in the IT field with a focus on operating systems and networking technologies. Glenn is the author of 18 commercial books on topics such as Windows clients and servers, Microsoft certification, website design, troubleshooting, and ... more

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