About this course
Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) is the foundation for centralized management of an organizations users and resources. As a Windows Server administrator, you must be able to implement AD DS.
In this computer science course, you will learn, through videos, discussions, hands-on labs and assessments, how to put in place a secure, scalable and manageable AD DS infrastructure for Windows Server users and resources.
This self-paced interactive computer science course is the first in a series of courses where youll have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of Windows Server 2012 operating system administration.
What you'll learn
- Windows Server installation and post-installation configuration
- The physical and logical components of AD DS, such as forests, domains, and domain controllers
- How to create and configure user, group, and computer accounts
- How to implement Group Policy Objects to enforce standard processes in your organization
- Using Windows PowerShell for common administrative tasks