Windows Server 2016 Course 20740A Installation Storage and Compute with Windows

Windows server 2016 course 20740a installation

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Windows Server 2016 Course 20740A Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016 Exam 70-743 Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA: Windows Server 2016 Course 20743A Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA: Windows Server 2016
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Preparing for the labs Your lab activities will be centered around a fictitious company that we will call A. Datum Corporation By working through the labs, you will learn how to deploy and manage a Windows Server 2016 compute and storage infrastructure You will work in a virtual machine environment to complete the labs
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Virtual machine environment Virtual machine name Use as 20740A-LON-DC1 (-B) Domain controller for the Adatum.com domain 20740A-LON-SVR1 (-B) 20740A-LON-SVR2 20740A-LON-SVR3 20740A-LON-SVR4 20740A-LON-SVR5 Windows Server 2016 member servers in the Adatum.com domain 20740A-LON-SVR6 Virtual machine with no OS installed 20740A-NANO-SVR1 Windows Server 2016 Nano server 20740A-LON-CL1 Windows 10 client workstation 20740A-LON-HOST1 Windows Server 2016 host machine 20740A-LON-NVHOST1 Windows Server 2016 nested virtualization host
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Demonstration: Using Microsoft Labs Online (OPTIONAL) In this demonstration, you will learn how to: Access the Microsoft Labs Online (MLO) lab environment Switch between virtual machines (VMs) Read the online Lab Notes carefully, because some procedures related to on-premises lab versus online labs may have slightly different steps. Any differences will be called out in the Lab Notes.
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Demonstration: Using Hyper-V Manager (OPTIONAL) In this demonstration, you will learn how to: Open Hyper-V Manager Navigate the various sections/panes within Hyper-V Manager: VMs, snapshots, and actions (server-specific and VM‑specific) Identify the VMs you will use in the labs for this course Take a snapshot and apply a snapshot Connect to a VM Start and sign in to a VM Switch between full screen and window modes Revert to the previous snapshot Shut down a VM Know when to shut down versus turn off a VM Close Hyper-V Manager
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