Nov 26

MS Exam 70-412, 2014 Edition

MCSE Windows Server 2012 Exam 70-412 ExamFOCUS Study Notes & Review Questions 2014 Edition

Also covers Windows Server 2012 R2

According to MS, Exam 412 has coverage on:
– Implementing Advanced Network Services
– Implementing Advanced File Services
– Implementing Dynamic Access Control
– Implementing Network Load Balancing
– Implementing Failover Clustering
– Implementing Disaster Recovery
– Implementing AD CS
– Implementing AD FS

To succeed in the exam, you need to read as many reference books as possible. There is no single book that can cover everything! This ExamFOCUS book focuses on the more difficult topics that will likely make a difference in exam results. The book is NOT intended to guide you through every single official topic. You should therefore use this book together with other reference books for the best possible preparation outcome.

 

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTIES, TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHTS 1
CONTENTS UPDATE 2
PAGE FORMATTING AND TYPEFACE 2
ABOUT THIS BOOK 8
OVERVIEW OF SERVER & NETWORK PLANNING, TUNING AND MAINTENANCE 10
WINDOWS SERVER OPERATING SYSTEMS OVERVIEW 10
SERVER ROLES IN 2012 14
ROLE MIGRATION VIA THE MIGRATION TOOLS 19
FILE SYSTEM, PARTITIONS, DISKS, VOLUMES AND STORAGE POOLS 19
MBR VS GPT 27
SMP AND MULTI-CORE PROCESSORS 27
PROCESSORS AND LICENSING 29
64 BIT COMPUTING AND MEMORY SUPPORT 30
NIC TEAMING 31
VIRTUALIZATION AND HYPER-V 32
SLAT, CPU CORE PARKING AND NUMA 35
FEATURES ON DEMAND 36
CLOUD COMPUTING 37
THE ROLES OF DNS AND DHCP 38
DISASTER RECOVERY PLANS FOR SERVERS 40
TIERED STORAGE 45
OVERVIEW OF ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS AND OTHER INTERFACES 50
THE ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS FOLDER 50
SERVER MANAGEMENT UI 51
MANAGING DOWNLEVEL SERVERS 54
MANAGING SERVICES 55
MANAGING NETWORK SHARING 57
MANAGING LOCAL USERS AND CREDENTIALS 59
GROUP POLICY AND LOCAL POLICY 61
GPO LINKS AND FILTERING 65
CENTRAL STORE, STARTER GPO AND MLGP 66
THE GROUP POLICY CMDLETS 67
SOFTWARE RESTRICTIONS 69
APPLOCKER 72
RUNNING A PROGRAM AS AN ADMINISTRATOR 75
INTERNET EXPLORER 10 77
DEVICE MANAGER AND DEVICE INSTALLATION SETTINGS 80
CONFIGURING AND EDITING VHD 83
PARENT AND CHILD VHD 88
COMMAND LINE MANAGEMENT UTILITIES 88
THE POWERSHELL AND THE COMMAND PROMPT 90
TASK SCHEDULER 92
NETWORK SERVICES AND SECURITY MEASURES 98
NETWORK AND INTERNET 98
NETWORK LOCATIONS AND PROFILES 99
SMB 3.0 102
NETWORK SHARING AND DISCOVERY 102
FILE RESOURCES SHARING AND ABE 108
FSRM, FILE CLASSIFICATION INFRASTRUCTURE AND FILE ACCESS AUDIT 118
OTHER DYNAMIC ACCESS CONTROL FEATURES 123
ACCESS-DENIED REMEDIATION 127
SECURITY AUDITING, TRACKING AND STAGING 128
PRINTING, QUEUING AND POOLING 129
REMOTE MANAGEMENT 136
FOLDER REDIRECTION AND OFFLINE ACCESS 139
DIRECTACCESS 141
REMOTE ACCESS AND ROUTING 143
NPS AND NAP 149
BRANCHCACHE 152
BITLOCKER 153
CONFIGURING IIS 8 155
SITE, APPLICATION, APPLICATION POOL AND DIRECTORIES 161
CRYPTOGRAPHY AND CERTIFICATE SERVICES 165
CA BACKUP 171
CRL, OCSP AND CDP 172
AUTO-ENROLLMENT AND RENEWAL 174
KEY ARCHIVAL AND RECOVERY 174
CERTIFICATE TEMPLATES 175
SETTING UP WSUS 177
SUPPORT FOR NFS 180
NAME RESOLUTION AND IP ADDRESSING 191
IP ADDRESSING 191
IPAM 196
MORE ON IPAM 198
IP SUBNETTING 199
IP V4 AND V6 200
NAME RESOLUTION METHODS 201
CONFIGURING DNS AND WINS 203
DNSSEC, DNS DEVOLUTION AND DELEGATION 213
DNS SOCKET POOL, QUERY BLOCK LIST AND CACHE LOCKING 215
DISJOINT NAMESPACE 216
ROOT HINTS 217
ISNS 218
DHCP ADDRESS AND SCOPE ASSIGNMENT 219
EXCLUSION, RESERVATION AND LEASE DURATION 222
SUPERSCOPE AND MULTICAST SCOPE 224
OTHER SCOPE RELATED PARAMETERS 225
DHCPV6 SUPPORT 228
RELAY AGENT 228
OTHER DHCP OPTIONS 229
DHCP FAULT TOLERANCE, NAME PROTECTION AND LOGGING 230
DNS LOGGING, NETMASK ORDERING AND GNZ 231
COMMAND LINE NETWORKING TOOLS 231
WINDOWS FIREWALL 240
CONFIGURING WINDOWS FIREWALL 240
CONFIGURATION OF WINDOWS FIREWALL THROUGH GROUP POLICY 246
DEALING WITH EXCEPTIONS AND IMPORT/EXPORT 247
IPSEC AND SSL 247
DISK BASED ENCRYPTION 248
FIREWALL SECURITY GUIDELINES 248
VIRUS SECURITY GUIDELINES 249
WEB SERVER SECURITY GUIDELINES 250
NAME RESOLUTION SECURITY GUIDELINES 250
SYSTEM MONITORING, PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND MAINTENANCE 253
EVENT VIEWER 253
PERFMON 262
RESOURCE MONITORING 267
WSRM 268
REMOTE DESKTOP 268
POWER OPTIONS 269
VOLUME SHADOW COPY SERVICE AND SYSTEM RESTORE SNAPSHOTS 271
CLUSTERING 276
FAILOVER CLUSTER VS NLB CLUSTER 276
LOAD BALANCING 276
ALL ABOUT NLB CLUSTERING 278
CLUSTER LEVEL PARAMETERS 278
HOST LEVEL PARAMETERS 280
PORT RULES AND AFFINITY 280
QUORUM CONFIGURATION 282
CLUSTER BACKUP, UPDATE AND UPGRADE 283
CLUSTER ROLES AND FEATURES 284
HYPER-V CLUSTERING 286
CLUSTERING AND CAFS 287
GLOBAL UPDATE MANAGER 288
GUEST CLUSTERING 289
VIRTUAL HARDDISK SHARING 289
HYPER-V AND VM MANAGEMENT 296
HYPER-V MANAGEMENT AND PERFORMANCE CONFIGURATION 296
HYPER-V ROLE AND COMPATIBILITY 300
HYPER-V LICENSING 300
HYPER-V SNAPSHOT AND REPLICATION 301
VM NETWORKING AND SWITCHING 302
NETWORK VIRTUAL SWITCHING 304
CLUSTER MIGRATION, CLONING AND IMPORT/EXPORT 306
V2V VS P2V 308
GEN 1 VS GEN 2 VMS 309
USER MANAGEMENT AND BACKUP & RECOVERY 315
SHARED FOLDERS AND SHADOW COPIES 315
USERS AND GROUPS 319
WINDOWS SERVER BACKUP AND ONLINE BACKUP 322
RECOVERY OPTIONS 328
SAFE MODE 331
BARE METAL RECOVERY 333
SETTING UP AND CONFIGURING ACTIVE DIRECTORY 336
BASIC CONCEPTS OF AD AND THE VARIOUS ADMIN INTERFACES/TOOLS 336
ADMIN DELEGATION 336
GC PLACEMENT 337
INSTALLING A DOMAIN CONTROLLER AND CHANGING THE FUNCTIONAL LEVEL 338
COMPATIBILITY ISSUES 344
SRV RECORD ISSUES 345
INSTALLING INTO AN EXISTING FOREST/DOMAIN OR UPGRADING A DOMAIN CONTROLLER 346
THE IFM OPTION 346
ROLES AND OPERATION MASTERS 347
CREATING NEW FOREST, NEW CHILD DOMAIN OR NEW DOMAIN TREE 349
RODC 349
ADDING NEW UPNS 350
CREATING NEW RESOURCES, GROUPS, OUS AND SITES 350
OFFLINE DOMAIN JOIN 353
TRUSTS AND TRUST AUTHENTICATION 353
CONFIGURING SITES AND REPLICATIONS 355
SITE LINK OVER WAN 356
PROPER SITE DESIGN 357
SITES AND SUBNETS 359
SITE COVERAGE 359
TROUBLESHOOT AD REPLICATION USING REPADMIN 359
CONFIGURING APPLICATION PARTITIONS 360
ACTIVE DIRECTORY RECYCLE BIN 362
AD FS AND ADLDS 362
AD RMS 366

 

 

 

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