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This path will teach you the skills and knowledge needed to plan for, configure, and implement a server infrastructure. It will also help prepare you for Microsoft's 70-413 exam. Passing both the 70-413 and 70-414 exams will result in the MCSE: Server Infrastructure certification.Get Started
Server Engineer, System Administrator, Systems Engineer, MCSA: Windows Server 2012 R2, MCSE: Windows Server 2012, MCSA: Windows 10
In order to obtain your MCSE: Server Infrastructure certification you must pass the 70-413 and 70-414 exams. Plus an up-to-date MCSA: Windows Server 2012 R2 certification is required. You can find our Certification Path to prepare you for the exam below. Prerequisite Paths: - MCSA: Windows Server 2012 R2
This series of courses will help prepare you for the 70-413 exam.
In this course, we walk you through how the Microsoft Exam 70-413 is set up, and give you a complete run-through of exam-preparation strategies and setting up your test lab environment.
In this course, we sharpen our familiarity with the Microsoft operating system deployment tools and learn how to design and deploy a private cloud. We also hone our skills with server upgrade, domain/forest consolidation, and server role migration.
In this course, we take on Windows Server 2012 R2 network services (DHCP and DNS) from an Active Directory systems architect's point of view. By the end of the course you'll be prepared to answer related certification exam questions, as well as apply your skills in production.
In this course, we learn how Windows systems administrators provide remote access to users in the absence of VPN. We cover DirectAccess, Web Application Proxy, AD FS, Workplace Join, and Work Folders.
In this course we learn how to architect the logical Active Directory components, including the forest, domain, and organizational unit (OU) topology.
In this course, we learn how to architect the physical Active Directory components, including sites, site links, domain controllers, and global catalog servers. We also deep-dive into Active Directory replication and the branch office scenario.