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70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services R2 Lab Manual
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1. Configuring Network Load Balancing 1 Exercise 1.1: Installing the Network Load Balancing Feature 3 Exercise 1.2: Creating an NLB Cluster 5 Exercise 1.3: Configuring DNS 7 Exercise 1.4: Configuring Cluster Properties 8 Exercise 1.5: Managing Cluster Nodes 9 Exercise 1.6: Removing an NLB Cluster 10 Lab Challenge: Upgrading an NLB Cluster 12 2. Configuring Failover Clustering 13 Exercise 2.1: Configuring the iSCSI Client 15 Exercise 2.2: Installing Failover Clustering 18 Exercise 2.3: Creating a Failover Cluster 18 Exercise 2.4: Configuring the Quorum 22 Exercise 2.5: Configuring a Clustered Storage Space 23 Exercise 2.6: Implementing Cluster Aware Updating 25 Lab Challenge: Upgrading a Failover Cluster 28 3. Managing Failover Clustering 29 Exercise 3.1: Deploying the General Use File Server Role 31 Exercise 3.2: Deploying Scale-Out File Server 33 Exercise 3.3: Configuring Failover and Preference Settings 34 Exercise 3.4: Managing a Cluster and Cluster Nodes 36 Exercise 3.5: Destroying a Cluster 37 Lab Challenge: Configuring VM Monitoring 38 4. Managing VM Movement 39 Exercise 4.1: Moving a VM Storage Location 40 Exercise 4.2: Moving a VM to Another Host 42 Exercise 4.3: Copying a VM 44 Lab Challenge: Configuring Computers for Live Migration 45 5. Configuring Advanced File Solutions 47 Exercise 5.1: Creating an NFS Shared Folder 49 Exercise 5.2: Installing and Configuring BranchCache 51 Exercise 5.3: Using File Classification 54 Exercise 5.4: Configuring File Access Auditing 57 Lab Challenge: Creating an NFS Shared Folder on a Cluster 61 6. Implementing Dynamic Access Control 63 Exercise 6.1: Using Dynamic Access Control (DAC) 64 Exercise 6.2: Implementing a Central Access Policy 71 Lab Challenge: Performing Access Denied Remediation 77 7. Configuring and Optimizing Storage 79 Exercise 7.1: Removing an iSCSI Target 81 Exercise 7.2: Creating and Configuring an iSCSI Target 82 Exercise 7.3: Configuring iSCSI Initiator 85 Exercise 7.4: Configuring Tiered Storage 88 Exercise 7.5: Using Features on Demand 89 Lab Challenge: Implementing Thin Provisioning 91 8. Configuring and Managing Backups 93 Exercise 8.1: Installing the Windows Server Backup 95 Exercise 8.2: Performing a Manual Backup of a Local Folders to a Remote Share 95 Exercise 8.3: Backing up the System State 98 Exercise 8.4: Managing VSS Settings 99 Exercise 8.5: Enabling Shadow Copies for Shared Volumes 100 Lab Challenge: Using Hyper-V Snapshots 102 9. Recovering Servers 103 Exercise 9.1: Restoring a Folder Using Windows Server Backup 104 Exercise 9.2: Restoring the System State of a System 106 Exercise 9.3: Restoring a File Using Shadow Copy 106 Exercise 9.4: Booting into Safe Mode 108 Exercise 9.5: Using Command Prompt Repair Tools 112 Lab Challenge: Performing an Authoritative Restore 114 10. Configuring Site-Level Fault Tolerance 115 Exercise 10.1: Configuring and Enabling Hyper-V Replication 117 Exercise 10.2: Configuring Replication for a VM 119 Lab Challenge: Configuring Multi-Site Failover Cluster 120 11. Implementing an Advanced Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Solution 121 Exercise 11.1: Creating a Vendor Class 123 Exercise 11.2: Creating a DHCP Policy 124 Exercise 11.3: Creating and Configuring a Superscope 127 Exercise 11.4: Creating and Configuring Multicast Scopes 129 Exercise 11.5: Implementing DHCPv6 Scopes 130 Exercise 11.6: Configuring DHCP Name Protection 131 Lab Challenge: Creating a DHCP Split Scope 133 12. Implementing an Advanced DNS Solution 135 Exercise 12.1: Configuring DNSSEC 136 Exercise 12.2: Enabling DNS Cache Locking 138 Exercise 12.3: Configuring DNS Logging 139 Exercise 12.4: Disabling Recursion 139 Exercise 12.5: Configuring Netmask Ordering 140 Exercise 12.6: Configuring a GlobalNames Zone 140 Lab Challenge: Delegating DNS Administration 142 13. Deploying and Managing IPAM 143 Exercise 13.1: Installing IPAM on a Member Server 144 Exercise 13.2: Configuring IPAM 145 Lab Challenge: Migrating to IPAM 151 14. Configuring a Domain and Forest 153 Exercise 14.1: Creating a Child Domain 155 Exercise 14.2: Demoting a Domain Controller 157 Exercise 14.3: Installing a New Forest 158 Exercise 14.4: Raising the Domain and Forest Functional Level 160 Exercise 14.5: Configuring Multiple UPN Suffixes 161 Lab Challenge: Performing an Upgrade Installation 162 15. Configuring Trusts 163 Exercise 15.1: Creating and Configuring a One-Way External Trust 164 Exercise 15.2: Creating and Configuring a Two-Way Forest Trust 169 Exercise 15.3: Validating and Testing the Trust 171 Lab Challenge: Configuring Selective Authentication Between Two Trusted Domains 174 16. Configuring Sites 175 Exercise 16.1: Adding Sites and Subnets 176 Exercise 16.2: Configuring a Bridgehead Server 178 Exercise 16.3: Creating a Site Link 179 Exercise 16.4: Modifying the Replication Interval and Replication Schedule of a Site Link 180 Lab Challenge: Working with SRV Records 183 17. Designing an Active Directory Permission Model 185 Exercise 17.1: Planning an Active Directory Permission Model 187 Exercise 17.2: Customizing Tasks Using the Delegation of Control Wizard 187 Exercise 17.3: Delegating Permissions to AdminSDHolder 189 Exercise 17.4: Configuring Kerberos and Kerberos Delegation 190 Lab Challenge: Planning and Designing an Active Directory Permission Model (Contoso Active Directory Permission Model Project) 191 18. Implementing Active Directory Federation Services 193 Exercise 18.1: Installing the Active Directory Federation Services 194 Exercise 18.2: Creating a Standalone Federation Server 195 Exercise 18.3: Creating and Configuring a Sample WIF Application 198 Exercise 18.4: Implementing Relying Party Trusts 204 Exercise 18.5: Configuring the Active Directory Claims Provider Trust 206 Lab Challenge: Configure a Global Authentication Policy 208 19. Installing and Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services 209 Exercise 19.1: Installing an Enterprise Certificate Authority 211 Exercise 19.2: Installing Subordinate Certificate Server 213 Exercise 19.3: Configuring a Certified Revocation List (CRL) Distribution Point 215 Exercise 19.4: Installing the Online Responder Role 217 Exercise 19.5: Performing a CA Backup 220 Lab Challenge: Managing Administrative Roles 221 20. Managing Certificates 223 Exercise 20.1: Importing and Exporting Digital Certificates 224 Exercise 20.2: Renewing a CA Certificate 226 Exercise 20.3: Creating a New User Certificate Template 227 Exercise 20.4: Requesting a Certificate 228 Exercise 20.5: Configuring Auto-Enrollment 231 Exercise 20.6: Configuring Enrollment Agents 232 Lab Challenge: Configuring the Key Recovery Agent 235 21. Installing and Configuring Active Directory Rights Management Services 237 Exercise 21.1: Installing Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) 239 Exercise 21.2: Creating and Enabling the Super Users Group 244 Exercise 21.3: Creating a Distributed Rights Policy Template 246 Exercise 21.4: Enabling and Configuring an Application Exclusion 247 Lab Challenge: Backing Up and Restoring AD RMS 248 Appendix: Lab Setup Guide 000

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