Microsoft Windows Server 2012 Administering: DNS
This course is included in our On-demand training solution.
Microsoft Windows Server 2012 builds upon features found in previous versions of Windows Server, as well as providing several new features. This course examines DNS configurations in Windows Server 2012, including Zone transfers, stub zones, AD integrated zones, zone replication, zone delegation, zone transfers, and zone forwarders. This course also looks at DNS record types, update types, aging and scavenging, round robin, and DNSSEC. The course also looks at NAT, remote access, remote access in the Enterprise, VPN settings, remote dial-in, deploying remote access in the cloud, and DirectAcess configurations. Anyone preparing for the 70-411: Administering Windows Server 2012 exam would benefit from taking this course.
This curriculum targets IT professionals who install, configure, maintain and support Microsoft Windows Server 2012 networks of small to enterprise class. It is also designed for individuals who seek professional distinction through the 70-411 – Administering Windows Server 2012 exam.
To benefit fully from this course, students should have the following prerequisite courses/skills and knowledge: Six months to one year of IT experience Experience working with Windows Server 2008 or later operating systems Strong understanding of Active Directory infrastructure Strong understanding of network infrastructure
DNS Zone Types in Windows Server 2012
Active Directory-Integrated Zones in Server 2012
DNS Zones and Zone Delegation in Server 2012
DNS Forwarders in Windows Server 2012
DNS Records in Windows Server 2012
Dynamic Updates and Aging & Scavenging in Server 2012
Configuring DNS in Windows Server 2012
Network Perimeter Devices & NAT in Windows Server 2012
Remote Access and NAT Implementation in Server 2012
Remote Access and VPN Configuration in Server 2012
DirectAccess & Connection Manager in Server 2012
Install and Configure DirectAccess in Server 2012