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In deze vijfdaagse training krijg je deskundige instructies en handson praktijk ervaring voor het beheren en configureren van Windows 8.1. Deze training is ontworpen voor ervaren IT professionals die kennis en ervaring hebben met het beheren van Windows PCs en apparaten in een domein omgeving met beheerde toegang tot het internet. Je zal leren hoe je een Windows 8.1 besturingssysteem en applicaties moet installeren en aanpassen, het integreren en beheren van toegang tot domeinen en cloud diensten en migreren en synchroniseren van instellingen over meerdere apparaten. Daarnaast leer je hoe je mobiele beveiliging moet uitvoeren en hoe je instellingen kunt aanpassen met gebruik van Windows mana…

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Met onze unieke lesmethode Active Learning leer je aantoonbaar effectiever

Bij Master it Training maken wij gebruik van een unieke lesmethode genaamd Active Learning. Bij Active Learning word je gecoacht bij het ontwikkelen van vaardigheden die voor jou persoonlijk cruciaal zijn. De methode sluit goed aan bij hoe mensen leren, en houdt rekening met wat jij al weet en kunt. Als je erover nadenkt, is het zo logisch als wat.

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In deze vijfdaagse training krijg je deskundige instructies en handson praktijk ervaring voor het beheren en configureren van Windows 8.1. Deze training is ontworpen voor ervaren IT professionals die kennis en ervaring hebben met het beheren van Windows PCs en apparaten in een domein omgeving met beheerde toegang tot het internet. Je zal leren hoe je een Windows 8.1 besturingssysteem en applicaties moet installeren en aanpassen, het integreren en beheren van toegang tot domeinen en cloud diensten en migreren en synchroniseren van instellingen over meerdere apparaten. Daarnaast leer je hoe je mobiele beveiliging moet uitvoeren en hoe je instellingen kunt aanpassen met gebruik van Windows management tools, waaronder Group Policy en Windows PowerShell cmdlets. Je zal ook leren hoe je aanpassingen kan maken aan profielen en gebruikersinstellingen, lokale en externe netwerk verbindingen, Client HyperV, virtuele applicaties en Internet Explorer 11. Als laatste zal je leren hoe je je beveiliging kan optimaliseren en beheerde toegang kan regelen voor Windows 8.1 PCs en apparaten door middel van Workplace Join diensten en Work Folders.Na afronding van deze training zullen deelnemers in staat zijn tot: Beschrijven van oplossingen en functies die gerelateerd zijn aan het beheren van Windows 8.1 in een bedrijfsnetwerk omgeving. De vereisten bepalen en uitvoeren van taken voor het installeren en inzetten van Windows 8.1. Beheren van profielen en gebruikersstatus tussen Windows apparaten. Bepalen van de meest geschikte beheermiddelen om Windows 8.1 instellingen te configureren. Configureren van schijven, partities, volumes en stuurprogramma’s in een Windows 8.1 systeem. Configureren van netwerkverbindingen. Configureren van zowel resource connectivity voor domain joined en nondomain joined PCs en apparaten. Uitvoeren van Windows 8.1 technologie voor het beveiligen van netwerkverbindingen. Configureren van bestanden, mappen en printer toegang. Implementeren van tools en technologieën die kunnen helpen ter beveiliging van Windows 8.1 PCs en apparaten. Configureren en beheren van desktop applicaties, Windows Store applicaties en virtuele applicaties. Optimaliseren en onderhouden van Windows 8.1 PCs en apparaten. Configureren van mobiele computerinstellingen en instellen van remote access. Bepalen hoe je Windows 8.1 kan herstellen van diverse foutmeldingen. Beschrijven en configureren van Client HyperV.

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Doelgroep

Deze training is bedoeld voor IT professionals die Windows 8.1 PCs, apparaten, gebruikers en aangesloten netwerken en beveiligingsmiddelen beheren en ondersteunen. De netwerken waarmee deze professionals voornamelijk werken zijn geconfigureerd als Windows Server domeingebaseerde omgevingen met beheerde toegang tot het internet en cloud diensten. Deze training is ook bedoeld om basisvaardigheden te vormen voor Enterprise Desktop/Device Support Technicians (EDSTs) die Tier 2 ondersteuning geven aan gebruikers op Windows desktops en apparaten, binnen een Windows domein omgeving in een middelgrootte tot grootte organisatie.

Voorkennis voor de Configuring Windows 8.1 training

Voor deelname aan deze training dienen deelnemers in het bezit te zijn van: Minimaal twee jaar ervaring in de ITbranche. Kennis van netwerkbeheer beginselen, waaronder Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), User Datagram Protocol (UDP) en Domein Name System (DNS). Kennis van Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) principes en de basis van AD DS management. Begrijpen van certificaat beveiliging en praktische kennis van de basis van Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS). Begrijpen van de basis van Windows Server 2008 R2 of Windows Server 2012. Het begrijpen van de beginselen van Microsoft Windows Client; bijvoorbeeld, praktische kennis van Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 en/of Windows 8. Basis kennis van Windows PowerShell syntax. Bewust zijn van Windows implementatiemiddelen (Windows ADK components: Windows PE, Windows SIM, VAMT, ImageX, USMT en DISM concepten en fundamenten). Het is geen vereiste om vaardigheden te hebben met deze specifieke “tools”.

Onderwerpen in de Configuring Windows 8.1 training

Module 1: Windows 8.1 in an Enterprise EnvironmentWindows client operating systems are essential to the functionality of almost every enterprise environment. Most users perform the bulk of their computing tasks in the Windows client interface, including editing documents, sending email, interacting with applications, and numerous other tasks. Managing these clients, then, is an important task for enterprise information technology (IT) administrators. You must manage Windows clients to ensure that operating systems and any applications are operating properly. Providing adequate security measures, deploying new clients when required, maintaining an inventory, and monitoring Windows clients in your environment are all essential tasks for IT administrators. This module introduces you to Windows 8.1 and provides an overview of how you can manage Windows 8.1 computers in your environment to meet common enterprise IT challenges.Lessons Managing Windows 8.1 in an Enterprise Environment Overview of Windows 8.1 After completing this module, students will be able to: Explain the different options for managing Windows 8.1 in an enterprise environment. Describe Windows 8.1 and its UI. Module 2: Installing and Deploying Windows 8.1The Windows 8.1 operating system builds on the core functionality of Windows 8 and Windows 7 to provide a stable client experience across many device form factors and processor architectures. In this module, you will learn about the features that are available in different Windows 8.1 editions. This module introduces planning considerations and hardware requirements for a Windows 8.1 installation. You also will learn about the importance of device driver compatibility and application compatibility during installation. This module describes how you can perform a clean installation of Windows 8.1. It also describes how you can upgrade or migrate to Windows 8.1 and the upgrade paths that are supported. You will learn about the tools and technologies that you can use to customize an installation. You also will learn about Windows 8.1 activation and the different activation options.Lessons Preparing to Install and Deploy Windows 8.1 Installing Windows 8.1 Customizing and Preparing a Windows 8.1 Image for Deployment Volume Activation for Windows 8.1 Lab : Installing Windows 8.1 Planning to install Windows 8.1 Performing a Clean Installation of Windows 8.1 Lab : Customizing and Capturing a Windows 8.1 Image Creating an Answer File and Performing an Unattended Windows 8.1 Installation Viewing Install.wim Information and Capturing a Windows 8.1 Image Lab : Deploying a Windows 8.1 Image Performing Offline Servicing and Deploying a Windows 8.1 Image After completing this module, students will be able to: Prepare to install and deploy Windows 8.1. Install Windows 8.1. Customize and prepare a Windows 8.1 image for deployment. Describe volume activation for Windows 8.1. Module 3: Tools Used for Configuring and Managing Windows 8.1The Windows 8.1 operating system provides several methods to configure operating system components while signed in locally or connected remotely. This module describes the primary management tools in Windows 8.1 and the scenarios for using them.Lessons Tools Used to Perform Local and Remote Management of Windows 8.1 Using Windows PowerShell to Configure and Manage Windows 8.1 Using Group Policy to Manage Windows 8.1 Lab : Using Management Tools to Configure Windows 8.1 Settings Planning Management of Windows 8.1 Computers Managing Windows 8.1 by Using Group Policy Implementing Windows PowerShell Remoting After completing this module, you will be able to: Identify the tools used to perform local and remote management of Windows 8.1. Use Windows PowerShell to configure and manage Windows 8.1. Use Group Policy to manage Windows 8.1. Module 4: Managing Profiles and User State in Windows 8.1User profiles store user settings and data. For users working on a single computer, profiles can be stored locally. However, for users who roam between multiple computers, the user profile, or at least some parts of it, should be available on the network. This module describes the different user profile types. It also describes Microsoft User Experience Virtualization (UEV), which you can use to synchronize settings between computers without using roaming user profiles. The operating system itself provides user profiles, whereas UEV is a separate product that is part of the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack. In this module, you will learn about UEV features and how to deploy and configure it on your network. You also will learn how to migrate user state and settings to computers that run Windows 8.1 operating systems.Lessons Managing User Profiles Configuring User State Virtualization Migrating User State and Settings Lab : Configuring Profiles and User State Virtualization Configuring Roaming User Profiles and Folder Redirection Implementing and Configuring UEV Lab : Migrating User State by Using USMT Creating and Customizing USMT XML Files Capturing and Restoring User State to a Target Computer After completing this module, you will be able to: Manage user profiles. Configure User State Virtualization. Migrate user state and settings. Module 5: Managing Disks and Device DriversAlthough most computers that run Windows 8.1 have a single physical disk that is configured as a single volume, this is not always the case. For example, there might be times when you want to have multiple operating systems on a single computer, or you might want to have virtual memory on a different volume. Therefore, it is important that you understand how to create and manage simple, spanned, and striped volumes. You also might be interested in implementing the Storage Spaces feature. In addition to traditional storage, you can use Windows 8.1 to create and access virtual hard disks from within the operating system installed on a physical computer. To help maintain and optimize file system performance, you must be familiar with file system fragmentation and the tools that you can use to defragment a volume. Additionally, a good understanding of disk quotas is helpful if you are managing available disk space on installed volumes.Lessons Managing Disks, Partitions, and Volumes Maintaining Disks, Partitions, and Volumes Working with Virtual Hard Disks Installing and Configuring Device Drivers Lab : Managing Disks Creating Volumes Configuring Disk Quotas Managing Virtual Hard Disks Lab : Configuring Device Drivers Installing Device Drivers Managing Device Drivers After completing this module, you will be able to: Manage disks, partitions, and volumes. Maintain disks, partitions, and volumes. Explain how to use virtual hard disks. Install and configure device drivers. Module 6: Configuring Network ConnectivityNetwork connectivity is essential in today’s business environment. An increasing number of computer users want to connect their computers to a network. These users might be part of a business network infrastructure, a home office, or they might need to share files and access the Internet. The Windows 8.1 operating system provides enhanced networking functionality compared with earlier Windows client operating systems, and it provides support for newer technologies. By default, Windows 8.1 implements both TCP/Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) and TCP/Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). Understanding IPv4, IPv6, and the operating system’s access capabilities will help you configure and troubleshoot Windows 8.1 networking features.Lessons Configuring IPv4 Network Connectivity Configuring IPv6 Network Connectivity Implementing Automatic IP Address Allocation Implementing Name Resolution Implementing Wireless Network Connectivity Lab : Configuring a Network Connection Enabling Automatic IPv4 Configuration Configuring IPv4 Manually Lab : Resolving Network Connectivity Issues Creating a Simulated Network Connectivity Problem Resolving a Network Connectivity Problem After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe how to configure IPv4 network connectivity. Describe how to configure IPv6 network connectivity. Implement automatic IP address allocation. Implement name resolution. Implement wireless network connectivity. Module 7: Configuring File Access and Printers on Windows 8.1 ClientsThis module provides the information and tools that you need to manage access to shared folders and printers on a computer that is running the Windows 8.1 operating system. Specifically, the module describes how to share and protect folders, configure folder compression, and how to install, configure, and manage printers. Additionally, this module introduces Microsoft OneDrive (formerly known as SkyDrive) functionality. To maintain network or local file and printer systems, it is essential to understand how to safeguard these systems and make them operate as efficiently and effectively as possible. This includes setting up File permissions (previously known as NTFS permissions), compressing and managing shared folders and files, and configuring printers.Lessons Managing File Access Managing Shared Folders Configuring File Compression Configuring File Access Managing Printers Lab : Configuring File Access Creating a Shared Folder for the Marketing Group Configuring File and Folder Compression Lab : Configuring Printers Creating and Sharing a Local Printer After completing this module, you will be able to: Implement file access management in Windows 8.1. Configure and manage shared folders. Configure file compression in Windows 8.1. Describe the purpose and functionality of OneDrive. Configure and manage printers. Module 8: Implementing Network SecurityWhen computers are connected to a network, they are exposed to potential security threats. You need to formulate a strategy to protect your computers. User policies, antivirus software, encrypted network traffic, and other protective measures work together to help shield your Windows 8.1 computers from security threats. It also is important to identify possible threats and to optimize appropriate Windowsbased network security features, such as Windows Firewall and Windows Defender.Lessons Overview of Threats to Network Security Configuring Windows Firewall Securing Network Traffic by Using IPsec Guarding Windows 8.1 Against Malware Lab : Configuring Inbound and Outbound Firewall Rules Creating an Inbound Windows Firewall Rule Creating an Outbound Firewall Rule Lab : Configuring IPsec Rules Creating and Configuring IPsec Rules Lab : Configuring Malware Protection Configuring Windows Defender After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe the threats to network security. Configure Windows Firewall. Secure network traffic by using Internet Protocol security (IPsec). Guard Windows 8.1 against malware. Module 9: Configuring Resource Access for DomainJoined Devices and Devices That Are Not Domain MembersBefore you can start working on a computer that is running the Windows 8.1 operating system, you must sign in. Signing in to a computer is a mandatory step, and based on your computer membership, you can sign in with a local account, a domain account, or a Microsoft account. In an Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) environment, you typically would use a domain account exclusively because it has many benefits. However, in today’s world, users are not restricted to using companyowned computers only. They commonly use their own devices for accessing company data. Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 have several new features such as Workplace Join, Work Folders, and Remote Business Data Removal that are useful in such Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) scenarios. In this module, you will learn about the benefits of domain accounts and Windows 8.1 features that are useful when administrators need to control resource access for devices that are not domain members. You also will learn how to configure and use Workplace Join and Work Folders.Lessons Configuring Domain Access for Windows 8.1 Devices Configuring Resource Access for Devices That Are Not Domain Members Configuring Workplace Join Configuring Work Folders Lab : Configuring Resource Access for Devices That Are Not Domain Members Implementing Workplace Join Configuring Work Folders After completing this module, you will be able to: Configure domain access for Windows 8.1 devices. Configure resource access for devices that are not domain members. Configure the Workplace Join feature in Windows 8.1. Configure the Work Folders feature in Windows 8.1. Module 10: Securing Windows 8.1 DevicesUsers are becoming increasingly computer literate, and they expect more from the technology that they use at work. They expect to be able to work from home, from branch offices, and on the road without a decrease in their productivity or a loss of access to the programs and applications that they need most. As the needs of users have changed, the demands on information technology (IT) support professionals have increased. Today, support professionals need to provide more capabilities and to support greater flexibility while continuing to minimize security risks. In this module, you will explore features of the Windows 8.1 operating system that you can use to maintain a secure computer environment for your users, such as Encrypting File System (EFS), BitLocker Drive Encryption, and User Account Control (UAC).Lessons Authentication and Authorization in Windows 8.1 Applying Security Settings by Using Group Policy Securing Data with EFS and BitLocker Configuring and Testing UAC Lab : Implementing Local GPOs Restricting the Use of Registry Editing Tools Lab : Securing Data by Using BitLocker Protecting Files with BitLocker Lab : Configuring and Testing UAC Modifying UAC Prompts After completing this module, you will be able to: Implement authentication and authorization features in Windows 8.1. Use Group Policy Objects (GPOs) to apply security settings. Describe how to secure data with EFS and BitLocker. Describe how to configure UAC. Module 11: Configuring Applications for Windows 8.1Computer users require applications for every task they perform, such as editing documents, querying databases, and generating reports. As part of administering the Windows 8.1 operating system, you need a strategy for deploying and managing the applications that users in your organization will run on their new Windows 8.1 computers and devices. Based on the specific needs of your organization, you can choose from a variety of methods to deploy and manage applications—from manual deployment methods to fully automated management technologies. You also need a strategy to handle the application compatibility issues that might arise when you try to run applications that were designed for older versions of Windows operating systems.Lessons Application Deployment Options in Windows 8.1 Managing Windows Store Apps Configuring Internet Explorer Settings Configuring Application Restrictions Lab : Configuring Internet Explorer Security Configuring Internet Explorer Lab : Configuring AppLocker Configuring AppLocker Rules Testing the AppLocker Rules After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe application deployment options in Windows 8.1. Install and manage Windows Store apps. Configure and secure Internet Explorer. Configure application restrictions. Module 12: Optimizing and Maintaining Windows 8.1 ComputersUsers have high expectations of technology. Therefore, performance is a key issue in today’s business environment, and it is important to consistently optimize and manage your systems’ performance. The Windows 8.1 operating system includes several monitoring and configuration tools that you can use to obtain information about computer performance, to maintain reliability, and to configure operating system and app updates.Lessons Optimizing Performance in Windows 8.1 Managing the Reliability of Windows 8.1 Managing Software Updates in Windows 8.1 Lab : Optimizing Windows 8.1 Performance Creating a Performance Baseline Introducing Additional Workload Measuring System Responsiveness Under Load Lab : Maintaining Windows Updates Configuring Windows Update After completing this module, you will be able to: Optimize performance in Windows 8.1. Manage the reliability of Windows 8.1. Manage software updates in Windows 8.1. Module 13: Configuring Mobile Computing and Remote AccessMobile computers are available in many types and configurations. This module includes descriptions of various available mobile devices and describes how you can synchronize them with a computer that is running the Windows 8.1 operating system. Additionally, this module describes various power options that you can configure in Windows 8.1.Windows 8.1 helps end users become more productive, regardless of their location or that of the data they need. For users who want to use virtual private networks (VPNs) to connect to enterprise resources, new features in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 create a seamless experience. You can use DirectAccess, VPN, and Remote Desktop functionality to enable users to access their work environments from anywhere they are connected.Lessons Configuring Mobile Computers and Device Settings Overview of DirectAccess Configuring VPN Access Configuring Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance Lab : Configuring a Power Plan Creating and Configuring a New Power Plan Lab : Implementing DirectAccess by Using the Getting Started Wizard Configuring DirectAccess Validating the DirectAccess Deployment Lab : Implementing Remote Desktop Configuring a Remote Desktop Connection After completing this module, you will be able to: Configure mobile computers and device settings. Configure DirectAccess. Configure VPN access. Configure Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance. Module 14: Recovering Windows 8.1It is important to protect data on your computer from accidental loss or corruption. To recover from a problem, typically it is easier to restore system settings than to reinstall an operating system and apps. The Windows 8.1 operating system provides a number of features that you can use to protect important data files, in addition to tools that you can use to recover a computer that will not start or that starts with errors. You can use features such as File History, System Protection, and synchronization with Microsoft OneDrive (formerly known as SkyDrive) to protect your data. To support your users, it is important that you understand how to use these features and tools.Lessons Backing Up and Restoring Files in Windows 8.1 Recovery Options in Windows 8.1 Lab : Recovering Windows 8.1 Configuring and Using File History Exploring Windows 8.1 Recovery Options Introducing a Simulated Problem Resolving a Problem After completing this module, you will be able to: Back up and restore files in Windows 8.1. Explain the use of recovery options in Windows 8.1. Module 15: Configuring Client HyperVHyperV is the primary platform for infrastructure virtualization. Hyper V enables multiple operating systems to run in individual virtual machines that share the same physical platform. Virtual machines can be isolated or connected to a network. This module will introduce you to Client Hyper V in Windows 8.1 and explain the fundamentals of working with virtual machines in a Client Hyper V environment.Lessons Overview of Client HyperV Creating Virtual Machines Managing Virtual Hard Disks Managing Checkpoints Lab : Configuring Client HyperV Installing Client HyperV Creating a Virtual Switch, a Virtual Hard Disk, and a Virtual Machine After completing this module, you will be able to: Describe the functionality and benefits of using Client Hyper V. Create virtual machines. Manage virtual hard disks. Manage checkpoints.
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