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.
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.
Glenn is President of Independent Software Inc., a Denver IT consultancy. He has been teaching advanced computer seminars around the world since 1988. He developed official Server 2008 courseware for Microsoft. Glenn has written 18 commercial books for McGraw-Hill, Wiley, IDG and Sybex. He is also a sought-after expert witness.
Course Overview Hi everyone, my name is Glenn Weadock, and welcome to my course: Configuring Windows 10 Core Services. I'm a consultant and seminar leader at Independent Software Inc. in Colorado, and an author of over a dozen books on Windows, networking, and certification. Windows 10 is deployed, your hardware's in place, and decisions about the user and administrative interfaces have all been made, and now it's time to put these devices to work. In this course, we'll explore how to set up the core services needed for Windows 10 to do business: networking, storage, applications, data security, and remote management. Some of the major topics that we will cover include: how to turn Windows 10 into a mobile hotspot, securely share files and folders over the network, install universal apps via the Windows Store for Business, protect stored data using computer and user attributes, and run PowerShell commands on many remote PCs at once. By the end of this course, you'll know how to configure Windows 10 IP settings, connect different types of hard drives into resilient storage space pools, resolve NTFS permission conflicts, use the imaging and configuration designer to deploy siloed provisioning packages, run remote assistance for interactive tech support, and design a direct access deployment. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with Windows and Active Directory Fundamentals, but no advanced knowledge is required. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn how to put Windows 10 to work with the Configuring Windows 10 Core Services course, at Pluralsight.