MOC 10991 A Troubleshooting Windows Server 2016 Core Technologies

This course covers a wide variety of troubleshooting scenarios that a network administrator might encounter in their work. A high percentage of this course is labs that require students to identify problems and implement a solution that might include multiple technologies. Students will learn about common errors and resolutions related to Windows Server core technologies including: Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), storage, certificates, Microsoft Hyper-V, load balancing, and failover clustering. Authentication to Office 365 is also covered. Some advanced services such as Microsoft Azure integration, containers, advanced security features such as shielded virtual machines etc., and Linux Integration and support are not covered
In addition to their professional experience, students who attend this training should already have the following technical knowledge:
  • Networking fundamentals, including IPv4 and Domain Name System (DNS)
  • Principles and management of AD DS
  • Basic understanding of public key infrastructure (PKI)
  • Windows PowerShell basics
  • Hyper-V
  • Load balancing
  • Failover clustering
5 Days/Lecture & Lab
This course is intended for IT professionals who are experienced Windows Server administrators and want to expand their troubleshooting skills. Students should be experienced with day-to-day administration of Windows Server. These students may or may not have Windows Server 2016–specific training.
  • Implement a troubleshooting methodology
  • Troubleshoot network connectivity
  • Troubleshoot authentication issues
  • Troubleshoot application access issues
  • Troubleshoot file access issues
  • Troubleshoot storage issues
  • Troubleshoot Group Policy
  • Troubleshooting AD DS
  • Troubleshoot remote access to data and apps
  • Troubleshoot visualization issues
  • Troubleshooting high availability

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