Learning Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Certification – Exam 70-411 [Online Code]

Number of Videos: 8.75 hours – 96 lessons
Author: John Savill
User Level: Beginner
***Updated for Windows Server 2012 R2*** In this Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Certification (Exam 70-411) training course, expert John Savill teaches you how to design, implement and administer the core components of the Windows Server 2012 operating system.
The skills that you are taught in this tutorial include everything you need to pass the Administering Windows Server 2012 exam, a required component of the MCSA certification from Microsoft. John begins your training with a chapter on deploying Windows Server 2012.
You cover installation, configuration, ongoing patching and backup of the operating system. This video tutorial covers the design and implementation of core Windows services including file services, printing, networking, active directory and group policy. Each topic the author presents is broken down into short and easy to understand lessons, allowing you learn quickly and understand more of what you are being taught.
Once you have completed this training video for Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Certification (Exam 70-411 – Administering Windows Server 2012) you will have the knowledge required to design, implement and administer the basic services in a Windows Server environment, bringing you one step closer to achieving your Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate designation.

System Requirements:

  • Supported OS:   [Mac Mountain Lion 10.8, Mac Lion 10.7, Mac Snow Leopard 10.6, Mac Leopard 10.5, Mac OS X, Macintosh]
  • Processor:   Any
  • RAM:   Any
  • Hard Disk:   1.38GB
  • Video Card:   Any

Learn Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Certification – Exam 70-411 from a professional trainer on your own time at your own desk.This visual training method offers users increased retention and accelerated learning.
Breaks even the most complex applications down into simplistic steps.

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