Windows Server 2019 Administration

Udemy Windows Server 2019 Administration

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Learn Active Directory, Group Policy, DNS, DHCP, Storage, Backup, Azure integration and More

What you'll learn​

  • Windows Server Administrative tools
  • Use PowerShell to manage Windows Server
  • How to use Group Policy
  • How to configure DNS
  • How to configure DHCP
  • File Server Management
  • Creating and managing virtual machines using Hyper-V
  • Implement Failover Clustering
  • Implementing Disaster Recovery using Windows Backup
  • Implement Windows Server Security
  • Monitor performance
  • How to manage Active Directory Users, Computers, Groups and more


  • A basic understanding of Windows Server operating systems
  • A basic understanding of networking


Learn to manage Windows Server 2019/20H2 with more than 20+ hours of content that every systems administrator, network administrator and/or Cloud engineer or architect should know. Some experience with Windows Server operating systems would be beneficial, but not a requirement for attending this course.
Course topics include:
· Deploying Windows Server Desktop Experience
· Deploying Windows Server Core
· Understanding how PowerShell can be used for many administrative tasks
· Managing Active Directory objects, including users, computers, groups, and more
· Learn how Windows Server 2019 and Active Directory integrates with Azure Active Directory (AzureAD)
· Understanding Windows Server Group Policy design considerations, processing and troubleshooting
· Administering Windows Server Group Policy settings and preferences
· Managing DNS on a Windows Server, including management of Active Directory Integrated, Primary, Secondary and Stub zones, Records, Scavenging and more.
· Manage Windows updates using WSUS to ensure clients and servers have the most recent updates
· Implementing and Managing DHCP on Windows Server, topics such as DHCP Failover, DHCP Split-Scope
· Windows Server folder quotas and file screens
· Deploy DFS Namespace and DFS Replication using Windows Server
· Managing Print Servers and deploying printers using Group Policy Preferences
· Use Windows Server Hyper-V to create and manage virtual machines
· Understand Windows Server built-in monitoring tools
· Backup and Restore Windows Server using built-in tools
· Implement Failover Clustering
· And more....

Who this course is for:​

  • Those that want to administer Windows Server 2019
  • Current IT pros that want to upgrade their skills to Windows Server 2019
  • Those that are new to IT or desire to enter IT
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