Exam Ref 70-410 Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 (MCSA)
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Fully updated for Windows Server 2012 R2! Prepare for Microsoft Exam 70-410 - and help demonstrate your real-world mastery of implementing and configuring core services in Windows Server 2012 R2. Designed for experienced IT professionals ready to advance their status, Exam Ref focuses on the critical thinking and decision making acumen needed for success at the MCSA level.
Focus on the expertise measured by these objectives:
- Install and configure servers
- Configure server roles and features
- Configure Hyper-V
- Deploy and configure core network services
- Install and administer Active Directory
- Create and manage Group Policy
This Microsoft Exam Ref:
- Organizes its coverage by exam objectives.
- Features strategic, what-if scenarios to challenge you.
postinstallation tasks from the command line. At the very minimum, you will have to rename the computer and join it to a domain. To do this, you can use the Sconfig. exe or Netdom.exe program. To rename a computer, run Netdom.exe with the following syntax, as shown in Figure 1-5: netdom renamecomputer %ComputerName% /NewName:
network and enable you to attach one or more print devices. Print devices so equipped have their own IP addresses and typically have an embedded web-based configuration interface. With network-attached print devices, the primary deployment decision the administrator must make is to decide which computer will function as the print server. One simple (but often impractical) option is to let each print client function as its own print server, as shown in Figure 2-15. Each client processes and spools
server. FIGURE 2-20 A print server displayed in the Print Management console To manage other print servers and their printers, you must add them to the console by using the following procedure. 1. In Server Manager, click Tools and then click Print Management to open the Print Management console. 2. Right-click the Print Servers node and, from the shortcut menu, click Add/Remove Servers to open the Add/Remove Servers dialog box. 3. In the Specify Print Server box, click Browse. The Select
Configuring server roles and features This objective covers how to: ■■ Configure WinRM ■■ Configure down-level server management ■■ Configure servers for day-to-day management tasks ■■ Configure multiserver management ■■ Configure Server Core ■■ Configure Windows Firewall ■■ Manage non-domain joined servers Using Server Manager for remote management Server Manager has been the primary server administration tool for Windows Server ever since Windows Server 2003. The most obvious
and the individual VMs. There is also a set of Hyper-V cmdlets for Windows PowerShell that enables you to exercise complete control over VMs using that interface. Microsoft recommends that you do not install other roles with Hyper-V. It is better to implement any other roles that you need the physical computer to perform within one of the VMs you create by using Hyper-V. In addition, you might want to consider installing Hyper-V on a computer by using the Server Core installation option. This