Implementing and Securing Windows Server 2016 Core Networking

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Windows Server 2016 isn't just a new version of Windows. It comes with a complete server and network virtualization platform that can replace much of the physical networking infrastructure in your datacenter. In this course, Implementing and Securing Windows Server 2016 Core Networking, you'll first use PowerShell to configure new Windows Server 2016 VMs. After that, you'll learn to implement IPv4 and IPv6, secure your network using IPSec and the Windows Firewall. Finally, you'll create your own software defined network and configure the distributed firewall. By the end of this course, you'll know how to configure static and dynamic IPv4 and IPv6 addressing, encrypt that traffic using IPSec, restrict traffic using both the Windows Firewall and the distributed datacenter firewall, and even implement your own software defined network! Best of all, you'll learn how to do all of this using PowerShell and group policy, so you can automate all of this if you want.
  • Course Overview
    • Course Overview
  • Introduction to Windows Server 2016 Core Networking
    • What Is Core Networking?
    • Traditional vs. Software Defined Networking (SDN) Models
    • Course Scenario
    • Summary
  • Lab Setup
    • Lab Requirements and Topology
    • Traditional Lab Setup
    • SDN Lab Setup
    • Summary
  • Configuring IPv4 Addressing
    • Introduction to IPv4 Addressing
    • Configuring Static IP Addresses Using PowerShell
    • Configuring DHCP
    • Joining Servers to an Active Directory Domain Using PowerShell
    • Summary
  • Configuring IPv6 Addressing
    • Introduction to IPv6 Addressing
    • Configuring Static IPv6 Addresses Using PowerShell
    • Configuring Stateful DHCPv6
    • Summary
  • Configuring Windows Firewall with Advanced Security
    • Understanding the Windows Firewall
    • Deploying Firewall Rules Using Group Policy and PowerShell
    • Removing Firewall Rules from Group Policy Objects
    • Summary
  • Configuring IPSec
    • Tunnel and Transport Modes
    • Deploying IPSec Rules Using Group Policy and PowerShell
    • Removing IPSec Rules from Group Policy Objects
    • Summary
  • Configuring SDN and the Distributed Datacenter Firewall
    • Understanding Software Defined Networking
    • Creating the SDN Infrastructure and Virtual Subnets
    • Connecting a Server to a Virtual Subnet
    • Configuring the Distributed Firewall
    • Configuring the Distributed Firewall - Part 2
    • Implementing IPSec in Transport Mode
    • Summary
    • Course Summary
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