Installing Windows Server 2016

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Installing Windows Server 2016 might not seem the most exciting of topics, but move past the next, next, finish and there's incredible depth in automating this otherwise-mundane task. In this course, you won't just see the "Next-Next-Finish" of installing a copy of Windows Server, but you'll learn a myriad of new installation approaches. First, you'll learn about offline installation. Next, you'll explore the command line and PowerShell approaches. Finally, you'll take a look at the Desired State Configuration approach. All of these might take a little extra time up-front, but they greatly pay off down the road. By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge of PowerShell, Desired State Configuration, and even some of the WinPE and DISM commands that you'll need for rapid deployment of Windows Server 2016.
  • Course Overview
    • Course Overview
  • Introduction
    • Introduction
  • Install, Upgrade, and Migrate Servers and Workloads
    • Introduction
    • Determine Appropriate Windows Server 2016 Editions
    • Determine Windows Server 2016 Installation Requirements
    • Determine Windows Server 2016 Installation Options
    • Install Windows Server 2016
    • Install Features and Roles
    • Install and Configure Windows Server Core
    • Configure Windows Server Core with PowerShell
    • Manage Windows Server Core Installations
    • Implement Windows PowerShell DSC - Install DHCP
    • Implement Windows PowerShell DSC - Configure a Server
    • Implement Windows PowerShell DSC - Create an ADDS Domain
    • Perform Upgrades and Migrations of Servers
    • Determine an Appropriate Activation Model
    • What This Module Covered
  • Install and Configure Nano Server
    • Introduction
    • Determine Usage Scenarios for Nano Server
    • Why Nano Server?
    • Nano Server Gotchas
    • Install Nano Server as a VM
    • Manage Nano Server Remotely Using Windows PowerShell
    • Implement Roles and Features on Nano Server
    • Install Nano Server as a Host
    • What This Module Covered
  • Create, Manage, and Maintain Images for Deployment
    • Introduction
    • Automating Image Deployment by Customizing Image Contents
    • Prepare a WIM Image
    • Apply Updates to a WIM Image
    • Add Drivers to a WIM Image
    • Enable Features on a WIM Image
    • Save and Dismount a WIM Image
    • Deploy a Customized Image
    • Configure and Validate Hyper-V Deployment
    • Customize a Nano Server WIM Image
    • Explore the Nano Server Image Builder
    • Assess Workloads Using the MAP Toolkit
    • What This Module Covered
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