Windows 8 Managing and Maintaining (70-688) Part 3

Part 3 of 4 in the Windows 8 Managing and Maintaining (70-688) series. This course covers all the essential information needed to understand and operate Microsoft Windows 8.
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(24)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jun 28, 2013
Duration
3h 7m
Table of contents
Authentication and Authorization
Advanced Security
Windows Firewall
Managing Windows 8 Mobile Devices
Exchange ActiveSync
Controlling Application Access
Description
Course info
Rating
(24)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Jun 28, 2013
Duration
3h 7m
Description

Part 3 of 4 in the Windows 8 Managing and Maintaining (70-688) series. This course covers all the essential information needed to understand and operate Microsoft Windows 8. In addition to covering all objectives of the 70-688 exam, this course covers basics such as installing Windows 8, the new Search Charm, and Live Tiles, to advanced features such as Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack, BitLocker, and Storage Spaces. Aside from a strong background in IT, no pre-requisite knowledge or experience is required. Whether it's passing the 70-688 exam or implementing Windows 8 into your organization, this is the course for you.

About the author
About the author

During his 20+ years in the IT industry, John has enjoyed the opportunity to work as a consultant, architect, executive, speaker, and author.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Authentication and Authorization
Hello. This is John O'Neill, Sr. and today, we are going to be taking a look at Authentication and Authorization and how it applies to Windows 8. Authentication is verifying that you are who you say you are, and authorization is giving you access to something that you should have access to and denying you access to anything you shouldn't have access to. Well, without any further ado, let's get into it.

Windows Firewall
Hello there. This is John O'Neill, Sr. , and in this lesson, we are going to take a look at the Windows Firewall and how you can use it to protect Windows 8 PCs. Well, let's get to it. Let's talk about Windows 8 network types for a moment. Network types are very important in Windows 8, just as they were in Windows 7. There are three network types that you have the possibility of setting on a Windows 8 PC. They are--public, which is for public networks, such as that at the local library or coffee shop; private, which is what is used in a home network for workgroup networks or even workgroup networks that have homegroups configured; and finally, domain, which is the network type used when your PC is a member of an active directory domain, such as that at Globomantics. Well, where do you find the network type that the PC is configured to?

Exchange ActiveSync
Hi. This is John O'Neill, Sr. from TrainSignal, and in this lesson, we are going to continue our look at mobility in Windows 8. We're going to hone in and focus on Exchange ActiveSync. You may be asking yourself, Wait a minute. That's an exchange topic, not a Windows 8 topic. Well, you're kind of right and you're kind of wrong. Exchange ActiveSync is a critical component used by many, many, many Windows 8 devices, so I think it's very important that we cover it in some detail and let you get a good idea of how it interacts with those Windows 8 devices. Well, it's time to quit talking and start doing, so let's get into that lesson.