To understand how to troubleshoot security related problems, you need to understand how the core concepts of Windows’ Security Subsystem work. In this course, Troubleshooting Security and Active Directory Issues with Sysinternals Tools, you’ll learn how the cornerstones of Windows Security are built and how to use Sysinternals to solve issues relating to security and Active Directory. First you’ll learn how Windows’ access control works. Next, you’ll explore how to identify the best tools for troubleshooting security issues. Finally, you’ll discover how Sysinternals tools can be used to troubleshoot Active Directory related issues. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge needed to troubleshoot security and Active Directory related problems with Sysinternals tools.
Course Overview Hey everyone, my name is Sami Laiho, and welcome to my course, Troubleshooting Security and Active Directory Issues with Sysinternals Tools. I'm a senior technical fellow at my own company, Adminize. They say that nowadays there are only two kinds of companies, those that have been breached and those that don't know they have been breached. Cyber security has become a fundamental part of every IT pro's job in the past few years. There are luckily quite a lot of great tools out there that can help you with your security-related problems. In this course you will learn how to troubleshoot security and Active Directory-related problems with Sysinternals' tools and how to play CSI when you face a real breach, which you will at some point. Some of the major topics that we will cover include how the Windows security subsystem actually works, how Sysmon can help you track bad guys, and how to monitor Active Directory traffic. By the end of this course you'll know how to effectively troubleshoot security issues in Windows. Before beginning the course you should have viewed the first course on this learning path on the Sysinternals toolkit on Pluralsight. I hope you'll join me on this Troubleshooting Security and Active Directory Issues with Sysinternals Tools, at Pluralsight.