Delve into the latest features of Windows Server 2016.
Windows Server 2016 is the server operating system from Microsoft as part of the Windows NT family of operating systems, developed concurrently with Windows 10.
This video course starts by walking you through the installation and initial configuration of Windows Server.
Then you will learn how to navigate the new modern Windows interface and master common post-installation tasks recommended for getting your Windows server ready for production use.
Next, you will learn basic security and networking tasks and basic management tasks for the DNS and DHCP features. You will also create a domain, join other computers to it, and perform basic monitoring and backup tasks.
Finally, you will get to grips with Hyper-V, how to add the Hyper-V Role in Windows Server 2016, and how to create a virtual machine.
You will also become confident in installing and configuring Windows Server; setting up a domain in Active Directory; adding and removing users, groups, and systems from Active Directory; and monitoring the health of your system.
By the end of this volume, you will have taken your skills one step further by troubleshooting errors and problems in Windows Server 2016.
About the Author
Matthew Stone is an IT veteran, having worked on a wide range of technologies over the last 20 years, including Windows Server and many other Microsoft server technologies. In addition to working in systems administration, he has also served as a technical writer.
He is a technology professional with a proven record of system administration, team leadership, technical writing, project management, employee/end-user training and providing an excellent customer experience. Through several years working for service providers and managed services companies, he has become an adept problem solver, comfortably adapting to new technologies and driving efforts to complete projects on time and within budget. His current focus is on automation (via Puppet Enterprise) and orchestration of Linux and Windows systems, provisioning to both cloud and on-premise infrastructure.
His current focus is on technologies like Windows Server, RedHat / CentOS / Oracle Linux, Mac OS X, Microsoft Exchange, Hyper-V, VMware, Microsoft SQL, AWS, Microsoft Azure, Office 365, Git, Jenkins, Vagrant, PowerShell, Ruby, Python, Puppet, Ansible, orchestration and configuration management in enterprises, focusing on Windows Server and Puppet technologies.