Microsoft Windows 8 – Configuring: Accessing User Data
Anyone wishing to obtain knowledge on the Windows 8 operating system and candidates interested in pursuing the 70-687: Configuring Windows 8 certification exam of the Microsoft MCSA: Windows 8 designation. This may also include established IT professionals who install, configure, maintain and support Microsoft Windows 8 client desktops, devices, and users within any size organization. Candidates who have general IT experience with working knowledge of Windows clients, the installation of client desktop operating systems, basic networking, security concepts, as well as Active Directory concepts.
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User data is a challenge in the age of mobile computing. This course focuses on using and configuring centralized user data. User State Virtualization and Folder Redirection allows administrators to centralize data collection, while permitting users to access their data from any device. Offline Files is a Windows 8 feature that caches files from remote shared folders to a users local Offline Files cache. File synchronization keeps files up to date and can be performed manually or can be schedule in the background. Offline folder characteristics can be configured using Group Policy or the Sync Center. Windows 8 offers people the ability to easily access network collections of data whether these collections are administered in their home, by Microsoft, or by organizational network administrators. Covered in this course is the use of Windows 8 data features including File History, Windows Backup, and Disk Quotas. HomeGroups and Windows libraries are discussed and configured, as well as accessing user data through BranchCache.
This course applies to objectives of the 70-687: Configuring Windows 8 exam of the MCSA: Windows 8 designation.
Please note this course is based on the original Windows 8 release. Skillsoft recommends visiting the vendor website to confirm exam requirements.
Configuring User Profiles and Folders
Configuring Access to User Data