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Windows Server Administration Concepts: Maintenance

by Aaron Sampson

Initial installation and configuration are only the beginning. This course will teach you the skills necessary to ensure that your servers continue to perform at optimal levels, while improving the reliability and stability of your organization.

What you'll learn

Improperly maintained servers can reduce the productivity of your operations, introduce security vulnerabilities, and increase the overhead on your resources.

In this course, Windows Server Administration Concepts: Maintenance, you’ll learn to maintain the health and reliability of your servers, and to ensure they continue to operate even after a disaster.

First, you’ll formulate a troubleshooting methodology for Windows Server 2019 to better handle problems when they arise.
Next, you’ll examine the key steps in the startup process to be able to identify the cause of boot failures or freezes. Then, you’ll learn to maintain business continuity by formulating and implementing a disaster recovery plan.
Finally, you’ll learn about Windows servicing and standard update management to keep all of your systems up to date.

When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of Windows Server 2019 features needed to maintain a stable and reliable implementation.

Course FAQ

What will I learn in this Windows server maintenance course?

In this course, you will learn how to formulate a troubleshooting methodology, the key steps in the start-up process, maintaining business continuity, and servicing and update management. By the end of this course, you will be able to maintain a stable and reliable Windows Server 2019 implementation.

What are the benefits of proper server maintenance?

Proper server maintenance reduces the risk of breakdowns, allowing you to leverage significant savings and improved business efficiency.

What are the benefits of troubleshooting methods?

Troubleshooting methods ensure the smooth functioning of processes. They make sure that foreseable problems are accounted for and solutions are provided.

What is a server?

A server is an actual piece of computer hardware or software that provides functionality for other programs or devices referred to as "clients".

What are windows updates?

Windows updates are an automated service that downloads and installs Windows software updates over the internet.

About the author

Aaron Sampson is a seasoned and experienced IT professional from Halifax, Nova Scotia on Canada's east coast. Having started in the industry in 1995, he quickly directed his efforts toward education and training and has developed and demonstrated excellent communication skills and the ability to impart his knowledge and experience on to others. Most of Aaron's time is spent delivering training in Microsoft products including Windows Server, SQL Server and Business Intelligence, Exchange Server, ... more

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