If you are an IT professional it is a need to gain expertise by indulging your career into Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert. It is a course that will help you to control all the operations involved with the Microsoft suite. The MSCE is a system engineer that learns that various technologies related to the Windows servers, SQL Server. SharePoint, SCCM, Office 365, and Exchange server.

Module 1: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012

  • Server Manager Roles
  • Windows Server 2012 Features
  • Active Directory Improvements
  • Lab: Configuring Windows Server 2012
  • Initial Configuration Tasks
  • Server Manager Console
  • Server Manager Wizards
  • Windows PowerShell

Module 2: Windows Deployment Services

  • Introducing Windows Deployment Services
  • WDS Components
  • Lab: Working With Windows Deployment Services
  • Install and Configure Windows Deployment Services
  • Working with Images
  • Creating Images
  • Using Unattend Files

Module 3: Windows Server 2012 Server Core

  • Server Core Introduction
  • Configuring and Managing Server Core
  • Lab: Server Core
  • Installing Windows Server Core
  • Configure Server Core
  • Add and Configure Server Roles
  • Add Backup Feature
  • Managing Server Core

Module 4: Windows Backup

  • Backup Infrastructure
  • Optical Media
  • Restore Utilities
  • Lab: Backup and Restore System Data
  • Perform Installation Tasks
  • Schedule a Backup
  • Create a Manual Backup
  • Schedule Daily AD DS Backup via Command Line
  • Backup and Recovery with Vista Client
  • Restore Files and Folder
  • Perform Windows RE Tasks

Module 5: Windows Server 2012 Updates to Networking

  • Networking with Windows Server 2012
  • New Networking Features
  • DNS with Windows Server 2012
  • Configuring Routing
  • Configuring Wireless Settings in Server 2012
  • Lab 1: Reviewing Networking Defaults and Settings
  • Review the Network Center
  • Creating Domain Isolation Policies
  • Create a Centralized QoS Policy
  • Communicate with Link-Local Addresses
  • Lab 2: DNS Management Settings
  • Creating Zones in Windows Server 2012
  • Create Resource Records
  • Configure Zone Transfers

Module 6: Network Policies and Access Protection

  • Network Policies Access Protection
  • Enforcement Options
  • Network Access Protection Scenarios
  • Routing and Remote Access
  • Lab: Using Network Access Protection
  • Configuring Network Access Protection for DHCP
  • Configuring Network Access Protection for VPN
  • Configuring Network Access Protection for IPsec

Module 7: Hyper-V

  • Introducing Hyper-V
  • Configuring Hyper-V
  • Lab: Configuring Hyper-V
  • Install and Configure Hyper-V
  • Configure Virtual Networks
  • Add Virtual Machines
  • Monitoring and Optimization

Module 8: Planning for Windows Server 2012 Active Directory Services

  • Planning for AD DS Deployment
  • Upgrade Considerations
  • Lab 1: Installing a Windows Server 2012 Forest
  • Install a New Forest
  • Lab 2: Installing Windows Server 2012 in an Existing Forest
  • Install a Windows Server 2012 DC in an Existing Forest
  • Verify Active Directory Installation

Module 9: Active Directory Domain Services

  • What’s New in AD DS
  • Manageability and Reliability
  • Lab: Exploring Active Directory Domain Services
  • Create Accounts
  • Review Operations Masters Role
  • Review Sites
  • Working with Subnets
  • Working with Site-Links
  • AD DS and Group Policy
  • Review DNS Configuration

Module 10: Identity and Access Services in Windows Server

Active Directory Federation Services
Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services
Active Directory Rights Management Services

Lab 1: Active Directory Federation Services
Install AD FS
Configure Certificates
Configure Web Server
Configure the Account Federation Server
Configure the Resource Federation Server
Access Application from Client Computer

Lab 2: Active Directory Rights Management Services
Install and Configure AD RMS
Verify AD RMS Functionality

Module 11: Read-Only Domain Controllers

Read-Only Domain Controllers
Read-Only Domain Controller Operation

Lab: Read-Only Domain Controllers
Deploying an RODC
Administering an RODC

Module 12: Auditing Active Directory Domain Services Changes

What’s New in AD DS Auditing
Implementing AD DS Change Auditing

Lab: Using AD DS Auditing
Set-up AD DS Auditing
Create and View Auditing Events

Module 13: Enterprise PKI Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)

Certificate Authority

Lab: PKI Enhancements in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2012
Add a Certificate Server Role
Exploring New Enrollment UI
Introducing CA performance monitors UI
Exploring delegated enrollment UI
Introducing OCSP configuration UI
Explore Certificate Revocation

Module 14: High Availability Features

Failover Clustering
Network Load Balancing

Lab: High Availability Features
Installing a Two-Node File Server Cluster
Configure Network Load Balancing with IIS

Module 15: Performance Monitoring and Optimization

Windows Reliability and Performance Monitor
Microsoft Windows System Resource Manager
Monitoring Events

Lab: Performance Monitoring and Optimization
Reviewing Performance and Reliability Monitoring
Key Scenarios for Monitoring Performance and Reliability
Add Windows System Resource Manager Feature
Windows System Resource Manager Scenarios
Configure Windows System Resource Manager for Terminal Services

Module 16: Software Maintenance Using Windows Server Update Services

Introduction to Windows Server Update Services
Installing and Configuring Windows Server Update Services
Managing Windows Server Update Services

Lab: Installing and Configuring Windows Server Update Services
Install Prerequisites
Install WSUS
Restore a WSUS Installation
Create a Computer Group and Manage Updates