Managing Privileged Identities in Windows Server 2016
After implementation, the most important part of any IT infrastructure is its security. In this course, you'll learn the fundamental approaches necessary to secure your organization against many common attacks and possible breaches of security.
What you'll learn
Managing the security of an enterprise environment is paramount to many organizations and network breaches can occur at any time, from any source, including internal threats from malicious users or administrators. In this course, Managing Privileged Identities in Windows Server 2016, you’ll learn how to approach securing your organization against many common attacks and breaches of security. First, you'll learn how to apply the core security concepts of the principle of least privilege. Next, you'll discover how to protect your most privileged identities. Finally, you'll explore how to restrict resource access and user rights to ensure that all users can perform only the tasks that are necessary and when they are necessary, all while minimizing the possibility of exposure to threats and unauthorized resource access. By the end of this course, you'll be able to implement these features to ensure the highest levels of security, while still maintaining the core functionality of your operations.
Table of contents
- The Principle of Least Privilege 8m
- Configuring User Rights 7m
- Configuring Account Security 7m
- Password and Lockout Policies 8m
- Configuring Protected Users 6m
- Configuring Authentication Policies 8m
- Group Managed Service Accounts 9m
- Configuring Credential Guard 6m
- Privileged Access Workstations 5m
- Local Administrator Password Solution 9m