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AZ-801 Configuring Windows Server Hybrid Advanced Services Course


Price:  15 USD | Size: 18.13 GB | Duration : 24+ Hours | 23 Modules | 160+ Video Lessons | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4.9

BRAND : Expert TRAINING | ENGLISH | Bonus : Windows Server PDF Guides |  INSTANT DOWNLOAD 

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Price:  15 USD | Size: 18.13 GB | Duration : 24+ Hours | 23 Modules | 160+ Video Lessons | ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 4.9

BRAND : Expert TRAINING | ENGLISH | Bonus : Windows Server PDF Guides |  INSTANT DOWNLOAD 

AZ-801 Configuring Windows Server Hybrid Advanced Services Course


This intermediate-level Configuring Windows Server Hybrid Advanced Services training covers the objectives in the AZ-801 exam, which is one of two exams required to earn the Windows Server Hybrid Administrator Associate certification.

The AZ-801 is the second exam you need to pass in order to earn the Windows Server Hybrid Administrator Associate certification, and prove that you know how to perform more advanced management and configuration tasks. The entire Windows Server Hybrid Administrator Associate certification is about server management and administration, but the AZ-801 covers less common tasks or more specialized responsibilities in security, high availability and disaster recovery.

For anyone who manages IT training, this Microsoft training can be used for AZ-801 exam prep, onboarding new systems administrators, individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.

AZ-801 Exam: What You Need to Know

This Windows Server Hybrid Administrator Associate training maps to the AZ-801 Windows Server exam objectives, and covers topics such as:

Securing Windows Server on-premises and hybrid infrastructures

Implementing and managing high availability on Windows Servers

Implementing disaster recovery

Migrating servers and workloads

Monitoring and troubleshooting environments running Windows Server

Who Should Take AZ-801 Training?

This Windows Server Hybrid Advanced Services training is considered associate-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for systems administrators. This Windows Server skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with server administration tools and experienced systems administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.

New or aspiring systems administrators. If you’re trying to land your first job as a systems administrator, the AZ-801 is a great way to show that you’re ready to take on specialized tasks in server administration. Knowing how to migrate servers, for example, isn’t something you’ll need to do on a daily basis, but this AZ-801 training makes sure you know more advanced aspects of managing and administering Windows Server servers in a hybrid environment.

Experienced systems administrators. If you’ve been working as a systems administrator for several years already, the AZ-801 is how you demonstrate all that specialized knowledge you’ve picked up over the years. There are lots of server management tasks it’s assumed you know how to do, but by taking this Windows Server Hybrid Administrator Associate training, you’re proving that you know how to manage failover clustering, for instance, or how to protect virtual machines with Hyper-V replicas.



Use Windows Defender to Secure Windows Server Operating System

1. Not Your Granddad’s Windows Defender 4 mins

2. Create Windows Defender Application Control Policies 15 mins

3. Deploy WDAC Policies 6 mins

4. Preparing for Windows Defender for Endpoints Deployment 6 mins

5. Onboarding Endpoints 16 mins

6. Enable Windows Defender Credential Guard 6 mins

7. Summarizing Windows Defender 1 min


Secure Windows Operating Systems

1. Introducing Securing Windows OSs 2 mins

2. Exploit Protection 12 mins

3. SmartScreen 6 mins

4. Account Policies 10 mins

5. User Rights Assignment Policies 9 mins

6. Security Options 10 mins

7. Audit Options 5 mins

8. Summarizing Securing Windows OSs 1 min


Secure Hybrid Active Directory Infrastructure

1. Introducing Securing Hybrid Active Directory Infrastructure 1 min

2. Multi-Factor Authentication 11 mins

3. Multi-Factor Authentication Setup 7 mins

4. MFA Service Configuration 5 mins

5. RBAC Concepts 8 mins

6. Working with RBAC 6 mins

7. Privileged Identity Management 10 mins

8. Azure Application Proxy 10 mins

9. Summarizing Securing Hybrid Active Directory 1 min


Use Azure to Monitor Windows Security

1. Introducing Azure Tools for Securing Windows 5 mins

2. The Big Picture for Azure Security 13 mins

3. Microsoft Defender for Cloud 18 mins

4. Microsoft Sentinel 12 mins


Secure Windows Server Networking

1. Introducing Windows Server Network Security 2 mins

2. Windows Defender Firewall and Connectivity Rules 13 mins

3. Digging into Domain Isolation 8 mins

4. Create the GPO Objects 8 mins

5. Exempt ICMP Traffic 2 mins

6. Authentication Exemptions 6 mins

7. Configure IPsec 10 mins

8. Create the Connection Security Rule 6 mins

9. Verify the Security Associations 4 mins

10. Summarizing Windows Server Network Security 1 min


Secure Windows Server Storage

1. Introducing Securing Windows Server Storage 1 min

2. Setting up Bitlocker on Windows PCs 7 mins

3. Unlocking an Encrypted Hard Drive 4 mins

4. BitLocker Enterprise Solutions 11 mins

5. Configure a Key Vault for Azure Hard Drive Encyrption 11 mins

6. Encrypt an Azure VM from the Portal 7 mins

7. Use Azure CLI to Encrypt a VM 5 mins

8. Use Powershell to Encrypt a VM 7 mins

9. Summarizing Windows Device Hard Drive Encryption 1 min


Implement Failover Clustering

1. Implementing Windows Server Failover Clustering

2. Failover Clustering Designs and Requirements

3. Create and Initialize an iSCSI Target

4. Deploy the Failover Cluster

5. Hybrid Quorum Configuration


Manage and Maintain Failover Clusters

1. Introducing Failover Cluster Management and Maintenance

2. What’s New in Windows Server 2022

3. Clutser-Aware Updating

4. Rolling OS Upgrades

5. Adding Roles to the FCI

6. Managing Clusters via Windows Admin Center


Implement Stretch Clusters Across Azure Regions

1. Introducing Stretch Clusters

2. Azure Multi-Region Replication Design and Requirements

3. Scaffold the Base Resources

4. Implement VNet Peering and Install Roles

5. Create the Clusters

6. Enable S2D

7. Implement Storage Replica between Clusters


Implement Storage Spaces Direct

1. Introducing HCI with S2D

2. Understand the Point of HCI

3. Understand Networking Requirements for S2D

4. Prepping Nodes for HCI

5. Implement S2D and CSVs

6. Deploy a VM

7. Manage S2D with WAC


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