Implementing Networking for Windows Server 2019

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Implementing Networking for Windows Server 2019

Authors: Larry Glusman , Phil Chapman, Chris Blackden

The courses in this path take you through all of the networking topics you’ll need to know for managing Windows Server 2019. This path is meant for folks with some server... Read more

What you will learn

  • Install and configure DNS Servers for Windows Server 2019
  • Create and configure DNS zones and records
  • Install and Configure DHCP
  • Manage and maintain DHCP
  • Implement and Maintain IP Address Management (IPAM)
  • Implement Windows Server 2019 Connectivity and Remote Access
  • Implement Windows Server 2019 DFS and BranchCache

Pre-requisites

You should be familiar with Windows Server administration and installation

Implementing Networking for Windows Server 2019

The courses in this path take you through all of the networking topics you’ll need to know for managing Windows Server 2019. This path is meant for folks with some server administration experience and will help you round out your skills as a server admin.

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Implementing Windows Server 2019 DNS

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by Uzair Ansari

Install and Configure DHCP with Windows Server 2019

by Larry Glusman

Nov 25, 2019 / 1h 48m

1h 48m

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Description

At the core of managing DHCP on Windows Server 2019 is a thorough knowledge of the DHCP server role. In this course, Install and Configure DHCP with Windows Server 2019, you’ll learn how to install and maintain DHCP on Windows Server 2019. First, you’ll learn how to install DHCP from the ground up. Next, you’ll explore upgrading from older versions and advanced DHCP settings. Finally, you’ll discover how to configure high availability. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have a foundational knowledge of DHCP for Windows Server that will help you as you move forward to maintain DHCP in your Windows Server environment. Software required: Windows Server 2019

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Installing and Configuring the DHCP Role
  3. Configuring Advanced Options in DHCP Server
  4. Importing and exporting the DHCP Database for Server Migration
  5. Backing up and Configuring for High Availability

Implementing Windows Server 2019 IP Address Management (IPAM)

by Larry Glusman

May 1, 2020 / 2h 36m

2h 36m

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Your Windows network almost certainly has multiple DHCP and DNS servers. Moving between those servers to manage your IPs can be cumbersome and time consuming. In this course, Implementing Windows Server 2019 IP Address Management (IPAM), you will gain the ability to install, use, and manage IPAM on Windows Server 2019. First, you will learn how to install IPAM in Windows Server. Next, you will discover how to manage IPAM for day-to-day use. Finally, you will explore how to use IPAM in advanced situations like multi-forest domains. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of an IPAM administrator, needed to manage IPAM on your Windows Server 2019 network.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. What Is IPAM (IP Address Management)?
  3. Installing and Configuring IPAM
  4. IPAM and IP Addressing
  5. Using IPAM to Manage DHCP and DNS
  6. Migrating and Auditing with IPAM
  7. Managing the IPAM Database
  8. Using IPAM with System Center VMM
  9. Using IPAM with More than One Forest

Implementing Windows Server 2019 Connectivity and Remote Access Solutions

by Phil Chapman

Feb 2, 2021 / 2h 19m

2h 19m

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Creating a secure Network Policy Server is no small task. But having knowledge about correct routing and remote access roles helps tremendously. In this course, Implementing Windows Server 2019 Connectivity and Remote Access Solutions, you’ll learn to how to install and configure routing and remote access solutions on a Windows Server. First, you’ll explore the routing protocols which may be used on a server platform and how to enable dynamic routing and NAT in support of a local network. Next, you’ll discover how to enable and configure appropriate VPN protocol options supported by the server. Finally, you’ll learn how to configure centralized authentication, authorization and accounting using RADIUS Network Policy Services. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge needed to confidently implement a series of routing and remote access solutions on a Windows server platform.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Configuring Routing
  3. Configuring VPN Options
  4. Configuring RADIUS on Window's Server

Implementing Windows Server 2019 Distributed Networking Services

by Chris Blackden

Feb 26, 2020 / 2h 56s

2h 56s

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Organizations that have spread out across the globe need ways to enable sharing data with their users while still keeping control of that data. In this course, Implementing Windows Server 2019 Distributed Networking Services, you will gain the ability to set up and manage data on Windows. First, you will learn how to setup and configure Distributed File Services. Next, you will discover replicating network shares with DFS Replication. Finally, you will explore how to install and configure BranchCache. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge of managing the Windows data features needed to manage data for your end users across the globe.

Table of contents
  1. Course Overview
  2. Setting up the Environment
  3. Planning DFS Deployments
  4. Configuring and Securing DFS
  5. Setting up DFS Redundancies and Fault Tolerant DFS
  6. Planning BranchCache Deployments
  7. Implementing BranchCache for File Servers
  8. Implementing BranchCache for Web Servers
  9. Implementing BranchCache for Application Servers

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Implement Windows Server 2019 High Performance Network Solutions

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by Chris Blackden