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In this Computer Science 322 course, you'll find lessons that clearly outline topics such as Windows Server installation, active directory groups and security policies for Windows Firewall. Before, during or after working through the lessons, you can answer the multiple-choice questions on the lesson quizzes and chapter tests to make sure you've understood what you've learned. If any of the topics prove to be challenging, reach out to one of our experts through the dashboard. Create your own customized study resource by working through as few or as many of the lessons as needed to reach your goals.
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|Windows Server Installation & Configuration||Reviews Windows Server 2012 R2 installation, network operating systems and the server manager tool.|
|Configuring Local Storage||Explores FAT, HTS+ and NTFS file systems; physical and virtual disk management; and physical storage allocation.|
|File, Share Access & Print Services||Outlines directories and files in operating systems, establishing NTFS permissions, and sharing and managing printers in Windows Server 2012 R2.|
|Configuring Virtual Machines & Networks with Hyper-V||Details the benefits of virtualization, what Hyper-V does in Windows Server and how to use it to configure guest integration services.|
|Configuring Network Services with IPv4 & IPv6||Explains the use of subnets, the structure and types of IPv4 addresses and transitioning from IPv4 to IPv6 in Windows Server.|
|DHCP & DNS Configuration & Deployment||Goes over dynamic host configuration protocol, the definition of DNS and DNS architecture in Windows Server 2012 R2.|
|Installing Windows Active Directory Domain Services||Details the function of a domain controller, the AD domain services role in Windows Server 2012 R2 and forests in Windows Server active directory.|
|Creating & Managing Active Directory Users & Computers||Identifies active directory installation and user management, creating multiple users in the active directory and managing active directory groups.|
|Active Directory Groups & Organizational Units||Defines active directory group scopes and types; groups and organizational units; and managing, nesting and creating active directory groups.|
|Security Policies, Group Policies & User Account Control||Explains best practices for network security design, the group policy management console and user account control in active directory.|
|Security Policies, Application Restrictions & Windows Firewall||Describes a firewall in network security, the AppLocker in Windows Server 2012 R2 and how Windows Firewall is implemented and configured.|
|Comparing Windows Server 2016 & Windows Server 2012 R2||Compares Windows Server 2012 R2 to Windows Server 2016, including containers, rolling upgrades, nested virtualization and host guardian service.|
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