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  • This introduction module provides students with an overview of the course content materials and logistics for Course 20410B, Installing and Configuring Windows Server® 2012.Required materialsTo teach this course, you need the following materials: Course Handbook Course Companion Content Trainer materials including:Trainer Preparation GuideMicrosoft® Office PowerPoint® files for this courseMicrosoft Virtual Server Classroom Setup GuideVirtual machines for the courseLatest error logs for the course (if any) Important: It is recommended that you use PowerPoint 2007 or a newer version to display the slides for this course. If you use PowerPoint Viewer or an older version of Office PowerPoint, all the features of the slides might not display correctly.Preparation tasksTo prepare for this course, you must follow and complete the tasks outlined in the Trainer Preparation Guide.Presentation: 30 minutes
  • Welcome students to the course and introduce yourself. Provide a brief overview of your background to establish credibility.Ask students to introduce themselves and provide their backgrounds, product experience, and expectations of the course.Record student expectations on a whiteboard or flip chart that you can reference during class.
  • Explain the: Class hoursExtended building hours for labsParkingRestroom locationMealsPhonesMessage postingWhere smoking is or is not allowedLet students know if your facility has Internet access that is available for them to use during class breaks.Also, make sure that the students are aware of the recycling program if one is available.
  • Describe the audience and the prerequisites for this course. This is an opportunity for you to identify students who may not have the appropriate background or experience to attend this course.Describe the course objectives.
  • Before attending this course, students must have:A good understanding of networking fundamentalsAn understanding and experience configuring security and administration tasks in an enterprise environmentExperience supporting or configuring Windows®-based clientsGood hands-on Windows-based client experience with Windows Vista®, Windows 7, or Windows 8.Students would benefit from having some previous Windows Server experience.
  • After completing this course, students will be able to:Install and configure Windows Server 2012 Describe Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)Manage AD DS objectsAutomate AD DS administration Implement IPv4 Implement Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Implement Domain Name System (DNS) Implement IPv6 Implement local storage Share files and printers Implement Group Policy Use Group Policy objects to secure Windows Server operating systemsImplement server virtualization with the Hyper‑V role in Windows Server 2012
  • Explain how you intend for students to use the Course Handbook in the class and the Digital Companion Content outside the class.Explain that during the lecture, the students can refer to the Course Handbook because it contains all the critical technical information they need in a crisp, tightly-focused format, which is just right for effective in-class learning experience. Mention that the Digital Companion Content on the http://www.microsoft.com/learning/companionmocwebsite supplements the Course Handbook, and provides an opportunity for extended self-oriented learning beyond the classroom.
  • Inform students about the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) program, any certification exams that are related to this course, and the various certification options.Explain the Microsoft Learning program, and present the list of additional recommended courses.For information about curriculum paths, refer students to the Microsoft Learning webpage at http://www.microsoft.com/learning/.
  • These are the virtual machines that will be used in this course.
  • As part of the classroom setup, you should configure Hyper-V to pass-through Windows key combinations. This makes it much easier to move around the user interface in Windows Server 2012 which has been designed with the assumption that the user will use keyboard shortcuts. Verify that this setting is configured with students on their computers:On the host computer, open Hyper-V Manager.Right-click the host computer in Hyper-V Manager, and then click Hyper-V Settings.Under User, click Keyboard, click Use on the virtual computer, and then click OK.Open a virtual machine and demonstrate the following:How to sign inAdministrative Tools are now in the Tools menu of Server ManagerPointing the mouse at the lower-right corner of the screen provides access to:Settings: This includes Control Panel and PowerStart screen: Access to some applications (note that you can start typing on this screen to start searching)Search: Search results are filtered by Apps, Settings, and FilesShortcut keys:Windows: opens the start screenWindows+I: opens SettingsWindows+C: opens the same screen as pointing the mouse at the lower-right corner of the screenWindows+R: opens the Run window

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  • 1. Microsoft® Official Course 20410B Installing and Configuring Windows Server® 2012
  • 2. Welcome! Thank you for joining us today. We’ve worked together with Microsoft Learning Partners and Microsoft IT Academies to bring you a world-class learning experience, including: Microsoft Certified Trainers + Instructors. Your instructor is a premier technical and instructional expert who meets ongoing certification requirements. Customer Satisfaction Guarantee. Our Partners offer a satisfaction guarantee and we hold them accountable for it. At the end of class, please complete an evaluation of today’s experience. We value your feedback! Certification Benefits. After training, consider pursuing a Microsoft Certification, to help distinguish your technical expertise and experience. Ask your instructor about available exam promotions and discounts. We wish you a great learning experience and ongoing career success!
  • 3. Hello • Instructor: <Instructor Name> • <Title or other credentials, e.g. Microsoft Certified Trainer> • <Affiliation/Company> • <A few words about my technical and professional experience>
  • 4. Facilities • Class hours • Building hours • Parking • Restrooms • Meals • Phones • Messages • Smoking • Recycling
  • 5. About This Course Audience • The primary audience for this course is Information Technology (IT) Professionals who have good Windows operating system knowledge and experience and want to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to implement the core infrastructure services in an existing Windows Server 2012 environment. • The secondary audience consists of those seeking certification in the 70-410, Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 exam.
  • 6. About This Course Course Prerequisites Before attending this course, students must have: • A good understanding of networking fundamentals • An understanding and experience configuring security and administration tasks in an enterprise environment • Experience supporting or configuring Windows-based clients • Good hands-on Windows-based client experience with Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8. Students would benefit from having some previous Windows Server experience.
  • 7. About This Course Course Objectives After completing this course, students will be able to: • Install and configure Windows Server 2012 • Describe AD DS • Manage AD DS objects • Automate AD DS administration • Implement IPv4 • Implement DHCP • Implement DNS • Implement IPv6 • Implement local storage • Share files and printers • Implement Group Policy • Use Group Policy objects to secure Windows Server operating systems • Implement server virtualization with the Hyper-V role in Windows Server 2012
  • 8. Microsoft Official Course Handbook • Organized by modules • Includes Labs and Lab Answer Keys • Module Reviews and Takeaways—great for on-the-job reference Digital Companion Content • Supplemental content and helpful links • Download at: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/companionmoc Your Course Materials Designed to optimize your classroom learning experience. And support you back on the job.
  • 9. Course Outline • Module 1: Deploying and Managing Windows Server 2012 • Module 2: Introduction to Active Directory Domain Services • Module 3: Managing Active Directory Domain Services Objects • Module 4: Automating Active Directory Domain Services Administration • Module 5: Implementing IPv4 • Module 6: Implementing Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
  • 10. Course Outline (continued) • Module 7: Implementing Domain Name System • Module 8: Implementing IPv6 • Module 9: Implementing Local Storage • Module 10: Implementing File and Print Services • Module 11: Implementing Group Policy • Module 12: Securing Windows Servers Using Group Policy Objects • Module 13: Implementing Server Virtualization with Hyper-V
  • 11. Microsoft Certification Program Get trained. Get certified. Get ahead. Microsoft Certifications demonstrate that you have the skills to design, deploy, and optimize the latest technology solutions. Ask your Microsoft Learning Partner how you can prepare for certification. Also see: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/ certification
  • 12. Windows Certification Paths OR MCSA Windows Server 2012 Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 Exam 70-410 (20410) Administering Windows Server 2012 Exam 70-411 (20411) Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services Exam 70-412 (20412) Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012 Exam 70-417 (20417) MCSE Server Infrastructure Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure Exam 70-413 (20413) Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure Exam 70-414 (20414) MCSE Desktop Infrastructure Implementing a Desktop Infrastructure Exam 70-415 (20415) Implementing Desktop Application Environments Exam 70-416 (20416) Configuring Windows 8 Exam 70-687 (20687) Managing and Maintaining Windows 8 Exam 70-688 (20688) MCSA Windows 8 Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows 8 Exam 70-689 (20689) OR
  • 13. Preparing for the Labs Your lab activities will be centered around a fictitious company that we’ll call A. Datum Corporation. By working through the labs, you will learn how to configure a Windows Server 2012 infrastructure that has Windows 8 clients. To complete the labs, you will work in a virtual machine environment.
  • 14. Virtual Machine Environment Virtual Machine Name Use as: 20410B- LON-DC1 A domain controller running Windows Server 2012 in the Adatum.com domain. 20410B- LON-SVR1 A member server running Windows Server 2012 in the Adatum.com domain. 20410B- LON-SVR2 A member server running Windows Server 2012 in the Adatum.com domain. This server will be located on a second subnet. 20410B- LON-SVR3 A blank virtual machine on which students will install Windows Server 2012. 20410B- LON-HOST1 A bootable VHD for running Windows Server 2012 as the host for Hyper-V. 20410B- LON-CORE A standalone server running a Server Core installation of Windows Server 2012. 20410B- LON-RTR A router that is used for network activities that require a separate subnet. 20410B- LON-CL1 A client computer running Windows 8 and Microsoft Office 2010 SP1 in the Adatum.com domain. 20410B- LON-CL2 A client computer running Windows 8 and Office 2010 SP1 in the Adatum.com domain that is located in a second subnet.
  • 15. Demonstration: Using Hyper-V Manager In this demonstration, you will learn how to: • Open Hyper-V Manager • Navigate the various sections/panes within Hyper-V Manager: • Virtual machines, snapshots, and actions: server-specific and virtual machines-specific • Identify the virtual machines used in the labs for this course • Take a snapshot and apply a snapshot • Connect to a virtual machines • Start and log on to a virtual machines • Switch between full screen and window modes • Revert to the previous snapshot • Shut down a virtual machine • When to use shut down or turn off • Close Hyper-V Manager
  • 16. Demonstration: Navigation in Windows Server 2012 (optional) In this demonstration, you will learn how to: • Configure Hyper-V to use Windows key combinations in the virtual machine • Sign in and sign out • Access applications • Access Control Panel • Use shortcut keys