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Module 1: Installing and Configuring Windows Server

1.1 Course Introduction

1.1.1 Welcome to Server Academy

1.1.2 Curriculum Overview

1.1.3 How to use the cloud-hosted IT labs

1.1.4 Asking for Help

1.1.5 Attend the Live Training Sessions

1.1.6 Course Introduction

1.2 Downloading and Installing Windows Server

1.2.1 Section Overview

1.2.2 How to Download Windows Server

1.2.3 Understanding the different versions of Windows Server

1.2.4 Installing Windows Server

1.2.5 Configuring Windows Server Desktop Experience

1.2.6 Configure Windows Server Core

1.2.7 Windows Server Basics Quiz

1.2.8 Lab: Install Windows Server 2016 Desktop Experience

1.2.9 Lab: Install Windows Server 2016 (Server Core)

1.3 Roles and Features

1.3.1 Section Overview

1.3.2 Installing Roles and Features on Windows Server Desktop Experience

1.3.3 Installing Roles and Features on Windows Server Core

1.3.4 Windows Server Roles and Features Quiz

1.3.5 Lab: Installing Windows Server Roles and Features on Desktop Experience

1.3.6 Lab: Installing Windows Server Roles and Features on Server Core

1.4 Upgrading and Migrating Windows Server

1.4.1 Section Overview

1.4.2 Windows Server Upgrade Paths and Pre-upgrade Checklist

1.4.3 Upgrading Windows Server Desktop Experience from 2016 to 2019

1.4.4 About Server Migrations

1.4.5 Upgrading and Migrating Windows Server Quiz

1.4.6 Lab: Upgrading Windows Server Desktop Experience from 2016 to 2019

1.5 Windows Server Storage Solutions

1.5.1 Section Overview

1.5.2 Disk Initialization and Partition Styles

1.5.3 Volumes and Partitions

1.5.4 File Systems

1.5.5 File Systems

1.5.6 Storage Allocation Units

1.5.7 Initializing a Disk and Creating a Volume

1.5.8 Windows Server Storage Solutions Quiz

1.5.9 Lab: Initialize a disk and configure a volume

1.6 Windows Server Backup

1.6.1 Section Overview

1.6.2 What is Windows Server Backup

1.6.3 Installing The Windows Server Backup Feature

1.6.4 Creating a One-Time Backup

1.6.5 Creating Scheduled Backups

1.6.6 Windows Server Backup Quiz

1.6.7 Lab: Create and manage Windows Server Backups

1.7 Course Conclusion

1.7.1 Help Us Improve This Course!

1.7.2 Course Conclusion [draft]

1.7.3 Module Final Quiz [draft]

1.7.4 Course Conclusion

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Module 2: Active Directory & Identity with Windows Server

2.1 Course Introduction

2.1.1 Course Overview

2.2 Getting Started with Active Directory Domain Services

2.2.1 Section Overview

2.2.2 AD DS (Active Directory Domain Services) Fundamentals

2.2.3 Installing the AD DS Server Role

2.2.4 Forests, Trees and Domains

2.2.5 Windows Domain Quiz

2.2.6 Lab: Installing the Active Directory Domain Services

2.3 Introduction to Active Directory Users & Computers

2.3.1 Understanding Organizational Units and Containers

2.3.2 Creating User Accounts with Active Directory

2.3.3 Searching for Objects in Active Directory

2.3.4 Resetting User Passwords in Active Directory Users and Computers

2.3.5 Understanding Groups and Memberships

2.3.6 Disabling and Deleting User Accounts

2.3.7 Active Directory Quiz

2.3.8 Lab: Active Directory Users and Computers

2.4 Adding a Second Domain Controller

2.4.1 Notice of change in Lab Names

2.4.2 Section Overview

2.4.3 Promoting Our Second Domain Controller

2.4.4 Flexible Single Master Operation (FSMO) Roles Overview

2.4.5 Transferring FSMO (Flexible Single Master Operations) Roles

2.4.6 Adding a Second Domain Controller Quiz

2.4.7 Lab: Adding a Second Domain Controller

2.5 Active Directory Backups

2.5.1 Creating an Active Directory / System State Backup

2.5.2 Restoring an Active Directory Backup

2.5.3 Creating and Restoring Active Directory Snapshots

2.5.4 Active Directory Backups Quiz

2.5.5 Lab: Active Directory Backups

2.6 How to Administrate Active Directory with Windows PowerShell

2.6.1 Enabling Script Execution for PowerShell

2.6.2 Listing AD Users with PowerShell

2.6.3 Creating AD Users with PowerShell

2.6.4 Creating User Accounts from a CSV (Comma Separated Value) File

2.6.5 Move All Disable Users to "Disabled Users OU" with PowerShell

2.6.6 AD PowerShell Quiz

2.6.7 Lab: ADUC PowerShell Automation

2.7 Administrating AD SS (Active Directory Sites and Services)

2.7.1 Active Directory Sites and Services - Section Overview

2.7.2 Configuring Our ITFROUTE01 Server to act as a Router

2.7.3 Configuring Active Directory Sites and Services

2.7.4 Administrating AD SS Quiz

2.7.5 Lab: Configure ADDS Between Two Subnets

2.8 Active Directory Trusts

2.8.1 Window Trusts Explained

2.8.2 Configuring DNS Settings for Active Directory Trusts

2.8.3 Windows Trusts Firewall Requirements

2.8.4 Establish a Two-way Active Directory Trust

2.8.5 Active Directory Trusts Quiz

2.8.6 Lab: Establish a two-way AD Trust

2.9 Modifying the Active Directory Schema

2.9.1 Add Custom Attributes to Active Directory Users

2.9.2 Active Directory Schema Quiz

2.9.3 Lab: Extending the Active Directory Schema

2.10 Course Conclusion

2.10.1 Course Conclusion

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Module 3: Group Policy & Security with Windows Server

3.1 Course Introduction

3.1.1 Course Introduction

3.2 Introduction to Group Policy Management

3.2.1 What is Group Policy

3.2.2 Creating and Managing GPOs

3.2.3 Group Policy Precedences

3.2.4 Editing Group Policy Object Settings

3.2.5 Introduction to Group Policy Quiz

3.2.6 Lab: Group Policy Management

3.3 Manage Your Workstations

3.3.1 Deploying a Desktop Background to your domain with GPO (Group Policy Object)

3.3.2 Setting up a Logon Banner (Interactive Logon)

3.3.3 Deploying Software with Group Policy

3.3.4 Creating Roaming Profiles (duplicate)

3.3.5 Configuring Roaming Profiles for User Accounts

3.3.6 Configure User Roaming Profile Path with PowerShell

3.3.7 Creating and Mounting File Shares with Group Policy

3.3.8 Lab: Manage Your Workstations with Group Policy

3.4 Securing Your Domain

3.4.1 Configuring Domain Password and Account Lockout Policies with Group Policy

3.4.2 Deploying Fine Grained Password Policies (PSOs)

3.4.3 Configuring Windows Firewall with Group Policy

3.4.4 Configuring Registry Settings with Group Policy

3.4.5 Lab: Securing Your Domain with Group Policy

3.5 Group Policy Troubleshooting

3.5.1 Troubleshooting Group Policy with MMC (RSOP.msc - Resultant Set of Policy)

3.5.2 Troubleshooting Group Policy with Command Prompt (GPResult /r)

3.5.3 Creating Non-Inheriting Organizational Units for GPO Testing / Troubleshooting

3.5.4 Group Policy Troubleshooting Quiz

3.5.5 Lab: Group Policy Troubleshooting

3.6 Course Conclusion

3.6.1 Course Conclusion

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Module 4: Installing and Configuring Domain Name System (DNS)

4.1 Course Introduction

4.1.1 Instructor and Course Introduction

4.1.2 What's New in Windows Server 2016 DNS

4.2 DNS Basics

4.2.1 What is DNS

4.2.2 Installing the DNS Windows Server Role

4.2.3 Building DNS Server Quiz

4.2.4 The Hosts File

4.2.5 Do I need NETBIOS?

4.2.6 The Problem with NetBIOS

4.2.7 DNS Console Overview

4.2.8 Recursive and Iterative Queries

4.2.9 DNS Basics LAB

4.2.10 DNS Basics Quiz

4.3 DNS Resource Records

4.3.1 DNS Resource Record Types

4.3.2 Creating the mytestzone Forward Lookup Zone

4.3.3 Creating DNS Resource Records

4.3.4 Creating DNS Resource Records Lab

4.3.5 DNS Resource Records Quiz

4.4 DNS Zones

4.4.1 DNS Zones

4.4.2 Creating a Forward and Reverse Lookup Zone

4.4.3 Creating a Secondary Zones

4.4.4 Stub Zone Creation

4.4.5 Active Directory Zone Replication

4.4.6 Implementing DNS Forwarding

4.4.7 Implementing Conditional DNS Forwarding

4.4.8 Forward and Reverse Zone Creation Lab

4.4.9 Creating a Secondary Zone Lab

4.4.10 Conditional Forwarding Lab

4.4.11 Creating a Stub Zone Lab

4.4.12 DNS Zones Quiz

4.5 DNS Delegation

4.5.1 Domain Name System and DNS Delegation

4.5.2 Windows 2016 Server and DNS Zone Delegation

4.5.3 DNS Delegation Lab

4.5.4 QUIZ - Domain Name System and DNS Delegation

4.6 DNS Security Techniques

4.6.1 DNS Security Techniques Overview

4.6.2 Configuring DNS Cache Locking

4.6.3 Configuring DNS Socket Pools

4.6.4 Configuring Response Rate Limiting

4.6.5 DNS Security Techniques Quiz

4.7 Advanced DNS Topics

4.7.1 Overview of Advanced Topics

4.7.2 Enabling Round Robin and Netmask Ordering

4.7.3 Configuring Recursion

4.7.4 IPV4 and IPV6 Root HInts

4.7.5 Advanced DNS Topics Quiz

4.8 DNS Security (DNSSEC)

4.8.1 Windows DNS Security Overview

4.8.2 Symmetric vs Asymmetric Encryption

4.8.3 Installing DNSSEC on Windows 2016 Server

4.8.4 DNSSEC Client Install

4.8.5 DNSSEC (DNS Security Lab)

4.8.6 DNSSEC Quiz

4.9 DNS Policies

4.9.1 DNS Policies Background Information

4.9.2 Configuring DNS Filtering

4.9.3 Configuring Split Brain DNS in an Active Directory Environment

4.9.4 Configuring DNS Selective Recursion Policy

4.9.5 Configuring a Traffic Management Policy

4.9.6 DNS Policies

4.10 PowerShell for DNS

4.10.1 PowerShell for DNS Part 1

4.10.2 PowerShell for DNS Part 2

4.10.3 PowerShell for DNS Part 3

4.10.4 PowerShell for DNS Part 4

4.10.5 PowerShell for DNS LAB

4.10.6 Powershell for DNS Quiz

4.11 Troubleshooting DNS Issues - Troubleshooting Tools

4.11.1 Troubleshooting Tools Every IT Pro Must Know

4.11.2 Table - Troubleshooting Tools every IT pro should know

4.11.3 The Events Viewer Overview

4.11.4 Creating a Secondary Zone ( for the Events viewer Overview)

4.11.5 Subscriptions

4.11.6 Trouble-Shooting DNS Client Issues

4.11.7 Monitoring and Debug Logging

4.11.8 Table for Subscription Creation

4.11.9 Troubleshooting Subscriptions Lab

4.11.10 DNS Troubleshooting Lab

4.11.11 DNS Troubleshooting Quiz

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Module 5: Installing and Configuring Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

5.1 Introduction to DHCP

5.1.1 Section Overview

5.1.2 What is an IP Address?

5.1.3 What is DHCP and Why is It Useful?

5.1.4 DHCP In Your Home Network

5.1.5 DHCP Basics Quiz

5.2 Deploying Windows Server DHCP

5.2.1 What is DHCP and How Does it Work?

5.2.2 Turn off Your VirtualBox (or other Virtualization Software) DHCP Service

5.2.3 Install the DHCP Server Role

5.2.4 Configure DHCP Scopes, Exclusions and Lease Durations

5.2.5 Configure DHCP Reservations

5.2.6 Lab: Deploying Windows Server DHCP

5.3 Course Conclusion

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Module 6: Installing and Configuring Windows Server Update Services (WSUS)

6.1 Introduction

6.1.1 What is WSUS - Edited

6.2 Optional Lab Setup

6.2.1 Downloading Required Software - Edited

6.2.2 Installing VirtualBox and Creating Our VMS and Virtual Network - Edited Fixed

6.2.3 Installing Windows Server Part 1 and 2 - Edited

6.2.4 Building Our Windows Domain - Edited

6.2.5 Installing Windows 10 - Edited

6.3 Installation and Configuring WSUS (Windows Server Update Services)

6.3.1 Installing The WSUS Role

6.3.2 Configuring Our WSUS Server

6.3.3 Configuring WSUS with Group Policy

6.3.4 Configuring WSUS Clients That Are Not In Your Domain

6.3.5 Installing and Configuring WSUS Quiz

6.3.6 Lab: Installing and Configure WSUS

6.4 How to use WSUS

6.4.1 WSUS Synchronizations

6.4.2 Managing WSUS Client Computers and Groups

6.4.3 Approving WSUS Updates

6.4.4 Lab: How to use WSUS

6.5 WSUS Troubleshooting

6.5.1 Issues with Client Computers Not Reporting

6.5.2 What To Do When Your WSUS Server Wont Download Updates

6.5.3 WSUS Server Cleanup Wizard

6.5.4 Windows Update Agent Result Codes Reference

6.5.5 Windows-Update-Agent-WUA-Result-Codes.pdf

6.6 Advanced WSUS Administration

6.6.1 Creating an Downstream WSUS Server

6.6.2 Moving Your WSUS Content to Another Hard Drive (or Location)

6.6.3 Importing Updates to an Offline WSUS Server

6.6.4 Lab: Configuring a Downstream WSUS Server

6.6.5 Lab: Importing Updates Offline WSUS Server

6.7 Course Conclusion

6.7.1 Course Conclusion

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Module 7: Administration and Automation with Windows PowerShell

7.1 Course Introduction

7.1.1 Course Introduction

7.1.2 PowerShell System Requirements

7.2 Getting Started with Windows PowerShell

7.2.1 The Basics of PowerShell

7.2.2 Installing and Updating PowerShell

7.2.3 The Text Based Console Part 1- An Overview

7.2.4 Text Based Console Part 2 - An Overview

7.2.5 The ISE (Intelligent Scripting Environment) Part 1

7.2.6 The ISE (Intelligent Scripting Environment) Part 2

7.2.7 Use the OGV Command to Easily View console data!

7.3 Getting Help and Finding Commands

7.3.1 Getting Help and Finding Commands Part 1

7.3.2 Getting Help and Finding Commands Part 2

7.3.3 Getting Help and Finding Commands Part 3

7.3.4 Help System LAB Questions

7.3.5 Help System Lab Answers 1-4

7.3.6 Help System Lab Answers 5-9

7.4 PowerShell Command Syntax

7.4.1 Command Syntax Part 1

7.4.2 Command Syntax Part 2

7.4.3 Command Syntax Part 3

7.4.4 Command Syntax Lab Questions

7.4.5 Command Syntax Lab Answers

7.5 PowerShell Objects and Properties

7.5.1 Objects, Properties and Methods Part 1

7.5.2 Objects, Properties and Methods Part 2

7.5.3 Objects, Properties and Methods Part 3

7.5.4 Questions 1-9 for Objects, Properties and Methods

7.5.5 Answers to Questions 1-7 O-P-M

7.5.6 Answers to Questions 8,9 O-P-M

7.6 The PowerShell Pipeline

7.6.1 The Pipeline Part 1

7.6.2 The Pipeline Part 2

7.7 PowerShell Arrays and Variables

7.7.1 PowerShell Variables

7.7.2 PowerShell Arrays

7.7.3 PowerShell Variables Challenge

7.7.4 PowerShell Variables Solution

7.8 PowerShell Loops

7.8.1 For Loops

7.8.2 While Loops

7.8.3 For Each Loop

7.9 PowerShell Conditional Statements

7.9.1 PowerShell Conditional Statements (If Then Else, Switch)

7.10 On Premises Lab Setup

7.10.1 Should You Watch This Section?

7.10.2 Downloading and Installing VirtualBox

7.10.3 Downloading Windows Server 2019

7.10.4 Creating Your Virtual Network

7.10.5 Creating Your Virtual Machines

7.10.6 Installing VirtualBox Guest Additions

7.10.7 Installing Windows Server

7.10.8 Installing the Active Directory Domain Services Role

7.11 Basic Domain Administration with Windows PowerShell

7.11.1 Configuring PowerShell Execution Policy with Group Policy

7.11.2 Installing Windows Server Roles and Features with Powershell

7.11.3 Running Powershell Scripts as Scheduled Tasks

7.11.4 Creating Organizational Units with Powershell

7.11.5 Creating and Managing Active Directory User Accounts with PowerShell

7.11.6 Move all AD Users in a Group to a Specific Organizational Unit

7.11.7 Generate a list of AD Users and their OU

7.11.8 PowerShell Splatting

7.11.9 Bulk Install Windows MSU Files Automatically with PowerShell

7.11.10 Lab: Domain Administration with Windows PowerShell

7.12 Send Emails with PowerShell

7.12.1 Send Emails from Gmail with PowerShell

7.12.2 Create Password Expiration Notification Script

7.13 PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) Basics

7.13.1 DSC Overview

7.13.2 Enabling PSRemoting with Group Policy

7.13.3 The DSC Resource Kit

7.13.4 Configuring The Local Config Manager for DSC Push

7.13.5 Uninstalling Windows Features with DSC

7.13.6 Configure a Web Server with DSC

7.13.7 Desired State Configuration (DSC) Basic Quiz

7.13.8 Lab: Desired State Configuration (DSC)

7.14 Course Conclusion

7.14.1 Couse Conclusion

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Module 8: Installing and Configuring System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)

8.1 Getting Started with this Course

8.1.1 SCCM Configuration Manager Overview

8.1.2 Prerequisites in a Production Environment

8.1.3 SCCM Production Requirements (1702)

8.1.4 Configuration Manager Overview Section Quiz

8.2 System Center Configuration Manager - Features and Capibilities

8.2.1 Asset Management

8.2.2 Administrative Tasks

8.2.3 Client Management Part 1

8.2.4 Client Management Part 2

8.2.5 Features and Capabilities Section Quiz

8.3 SCCM 1902 Lab Setup

8.3.1 This section is optional

8.3.2 Lab Overview

8.3.3 Downloading and Installing VirtualBox

8.3.4 Creating Your NAT Network and VMs

8.3.5 Downloading and Mounting Server 2019 ISO

8.3.6 Installing Windows Server 2019 Part 1

8.3.7 Installing Windows Server 2019 Part 2

8.3.8 Downloading and Mounting Windows 10 ISO

8.3.9 Installing Windows 10

8.3.10 Configuring SADC01

8.3.11 Configuring our SAWS01 Workstation

8.3.12 Configuring our SASCCM01 Server

8.4 Installing SCCM 1902 Installation

8.4.1 SCCM Compatability Check

8.4.2 Download Required SCCM Software

8.4.3 Installing the ADK

8.4.4 Creating the System Management Container

8.4.5 Creating Domain User Accounts

8.4.6 Extending the Active Directory Schema

8.4.7 Configure Windows Firewall with Group Policy for SCCM

8.4.8 Install SQL Server 2017

8.4.9 Installing SCCM Dependant Server Roles

8.4.10 Installing System Center Configuration Manager - Edited

8.4.11 Lab: Installing System Center Configuration

8.5 Configuration Manager Basics

8.5.1 Console Overview Part 1

8.5.2 Console Overview Part 2

8.5.3 Site System Roles

8.5.4 SCCM Console Overview (1702)

8.5.5 Creating and Managing Administrative Users

8.5.6 Creating Boundary and Boundary Groups

8.5.7 Client Discovery Methods

8.5.8 SCCM Basics Section Quiz

8.5.9 Lab: SCCM Basics

8.6 Updating SCCM

8.6.1 Understanding Windows ADK Compatibility

8.6.2 Configuration Manager Update Overview

8.6.3 How to Verify Your ADK Version

8.6.4 Installing ADK 1903

8.6.5 Updating SCCM

8.6.6 Verifying Our Configuration After Update

8.6.7 Updating SCCM Section Quiz

8.6.8 Lab: Updating SCCM

8.6.9 Overview of the SCCM Update process (1702)

8.6.10 Updating Configuration Manager (1702)

8.7 SCCM Client Installation

8.7.1 Preparing for Client Installations with Group Policy

8.7.2 Client Push Installation

8.7.3 Deploying the SCCM Client with Group Policy

8.7.4 Manual Client Installation

8.8 User and Device Collections

8.8.1 Collections Overview and the Direct Rule

8.8.2 Creating Include/Exclude Collections

8.8.3 Query based User and Device Collections Introduction

8.8.4 Query Based User Collections Example #1

8.8.5 Query Based User Collections Example #2

8.8.6 Query Based User Collection Challenge #1

8.8.7 Query Based Device Collection Example #1

8.8.8 Creating Additional VM's for Future Sections (1702)

8.8.9 Hands on User and Device Collections Creating an OU in AD (1702)

8.8.10 Role Based Administration

8.8.11 Assigning a User Collection to an Administrative Security Roll

8.8.12 Using a Collection to Enforce a Maintenance Window

8.8.13 Deploying Power Management to a Collection

8.8.14 Using a Collection to Turn-On the Remote Control Feature

8.8.15 User and Device Collection Section Quiz

8.9 Application Management

8.9.1 Application Management Overview

8.9.2 Creating an Application using an MSI Part 1

8.9.3 Creating an Application using an MSI Part 2

8.9.4 Supersedence Part 1

8.9.5 Supersedence Part 2

8.9.6 Creating an Application using an EXE

8.9.7 Creating an Application that requires Approval

8.9.8 Creating a Package using an MSI

8.9.9 Uninstalling an Application

8.9.10 Creating a Network Share and a Collection (1702)

8.9.11 Creating and Deploying Applications (1702)

8.9.12 Deploying an Application to a Collection (1702)

8.9.13 Monitoring Applications

8.9.14 Lab: Application Deployment

8.9.15 Application Management Section Quiz

8.10 Operating System Deployment

8.10.1 Create a Windows 10 Collection

8.10.2 OSD - The Basics

8.10.3 Setting Up a DHCP Server

8.10.4 Downloading Windows - Setting up VB

8.10.5 Adding an Operating System to Configuration Manager

8.10.6 Create a Deployments folder for the Captured Image

8.10.7 Creating a Task Sequence

8.10.8 Enable PXE Support - Configure WDS

8.10.9 OSD Section Quiz

8.11 Endpoint Protection

8.11.1 An Overview of Network Security

8.11.2 Endpoint Protection Server Prerequisites

8.11.3 Endpoint Protection Licensing

8.11.4 Endpoint Protection Planning and Integration

8.11.5 Create a Shared Folder Named EPUdates

8.11.6 Endpoint Protection Server Configuration and Installation

8.11.7 Endpoint Protection Policy Overview

8.11.8 The Anti-malware Policy Settings Overview

8.11.9 Configuring an Automatic Deployment Rule (ADR)

8.11.10 Endpoint Protection Client Installation

8.12 Troubleshooting

8.12.1 SCCM Troubleshooting Overview

8.12.2 The CMTrace Overview

8.12.3 Deploying CMTrace to a Device Collection

8.12.4 Troubleshooting a failed Client Push Install

8.13 Problems and Solutions from the Message Board

8.13.1 Cannot Establish a Remote Desktop Connection from SSCM to a Client - Alstud

8.13.2 Problems Downloading ADK

8.13.3 Problems using VB - AKM - Rajib

8.13.4 SCCM Console will not connect to the Site Database

8.13.5 PXE Boot Errors and Resolutions

8.13.6 OSD and Task Sequence Issues

8.13.7 How to Extend the Windows Server 2016 Evaluation Time Period

8.13.8 mfc120.dll is missing while trying to extend the schema

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Module 9: Introduction to On-premises and Cloud Virtualization

9.1 Welcome to The Course!

9.1.1 Welcome to The Course

9.1.2 Student Survey [draft]

9.1.3 Module Overview

9.1.4 Virtualization Overview

9.2 VirtualBox: On Premises Lab

9.2.1 Section Overview

9.2.2 Downloading and Installing VirtualBox

9.2.3 Creating a Virtual Network with VirtualBox

9.2.4 How to Create Virtual Machines with VirtualBox

9.2.5 How to Install Windows Server 2016 on Your Virtual Machine

9.2.6 Installing Windows 10 in our IT Lab

9.3 Off-Premises AWS Lab Setup

9.3.1 Off-premises Lab Section Overview

9.3.2 Registering an AWS Account

9.3.3 Creating an AWS EC2 Instance

9.3.4 Terminating Your EC2 Instance and Off-Premises Lab

9.4 Free Off-Premises Microsoft Lab (Bonus)

9.4.1 How to access and Launch Microsoft Cloud Hosted Labs for Free

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