Module 1 - Weebly

Module 1 - Weebly

Microsoft Official Course Module 1 review: added practice steps Deploying and Managing Windows Server 2012 Module Overview Windows Server 2012 R2 Overview Installing Windows Server 2012 R2 Post-Installation Configuration of Windows

Server 2012 R2 Overview of Windows Server 2012 R2 Management Introduction to Windows PowerShell Lesson 1: Windows Server 2012 R2 Overview Windows Server 2012 R2 Editions What Is Server Core? Windows Server 2012 R2 Roles What Are the Windows Server 2012 R2 Features?

Windows Server 2012 R2 Editions Windows Server 2012 editions: Windows Server 2012 Standard Windows Server 2012 Datacenter Windows Server 2012 Foundation Windows Server 2012 Essentials Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2012 Windows Storage Server 2012 Workgroup Windows Storage Server 2012 Standard Windows MultiPoint Server 2012 Standard Windows MultiPoint Server 2012 Premium

What Is Server Core? Server Core: Is a more secure, less resource-intensive installation option Can be converted to full graphical shell version of Windows Server 2012 Is the default installation option for Windows Server 2012 Is managed locally using sconfig.cmd If you enable remote management, you

rarely will need to sign in locally Windows Server 2012 R2 Roles Functions Web Server Domain Controller Certificate Server Roles Roles are made up of role services components that provide additional functionality associated with the role

In Server Manager 2012, console servers with a similar role are grouped together Role deployment also includes the configuration of dependencies What Are the Windows Server 2012 R2 Features? Features: Are components that support the server such as Windows Server Backup or Failover

clustering Usually do not provide a service directly to clients on the network Keep in mind the following points: Roles can have features as dependencies Features on Demand are features that need to be installed using a mounted image as a source Lesson 2: Installing Windows Server 2012

R2 Installation Methods Installation Types Choosing Whether To Upgrade Or Migrate Hardware Requirements for Windows Server 2012 R2 Installing Windows Server 2012 R2 Migrating Server Roles Installation Methods Windows Server 2012 deployment method options include:

Optical disk USB flash drive Windows Deployment Services Installation Types Choosing Whether To Upgrade Or Migrate In-place upgrade Advantages:

Generally straightforward process which takes less time and planning than a migration strategy All server roles, features, data and application settings are maintained Migration Advantages: Easier to troubleshoot installation failures

Existing configuration or application issues are not carried forward to the new operating system You can easily move to updated versions of applications Disadvantages: More difficult to troubleshoot installation failures caused by existing applications or server roles Existing problems and

configuration issues might be brought into the new operating system Disadvantages: Requires all applications to be reinstalled and configured Requires planning of migration of server roles Requires migration of data Requires the purchase of new hardware Hardware Requirements for Windows Server 2012 R2

Windows Server 2012 has the following minimum hardware requirements: Processor architecture x64 Processor speed 1.4 GHz Memory (RAM) 512 MB Hard disk drive space 32 GB More hard disk drive space

is needed if the server has more than 16 GB of RAM Installing Windows Server 2012 R2 Installing Windows Server 2012 R2 Installing Windows Server 2012 R2 Installing Windows Server 2012 R2 Installing Windows Server 2012 R2

Installing Windows Server 2012 R2 Installing Windows Server 2012 R2 Migrating Server Roles Windows Server Migration Tools assist in the migration process Microsoft provides the following guides to assist in migration of roles and services:

Migrate Active Directory Federation Services Role Services to Windows Server 2012 Migrate Health Registration Authority to Windows Server 2012 Migrate Hyper-VDI to Windows Server 2012 Migrate IP Configuration to Windows Server 2012 Migrate Network Policy Server to Windows Server 2012 Migrate Print and Document Services to Windows Server 2012

Migrate Remote Access to Windows Server 2012 Lesson 3: Post-Installation Configuration of Windows Server 2012 R2 Overview of Post-Installation Configuration Configuring Server Network Settings How to Join a Domain Performing an Offline Domain Join Activating Windows Server 2012 R2 Configuring a Server Core Installation Demonstration: Using DISM to Add Windows Features

Overview of Post-Installation Configuration Overview of Post-Installation Configuration Overview of Post-Installation Configuration Overview of Post-Installation Configuration Overview of Post-Installation Configuration Overview of Post-Installation Configuration Overview of Post-Installation Configuration

Overview of Post-Installation Configuration Configuring Server Network Settings How to Join a Domain Information necessary for a Domain name domain join: Account with

permission to join computer to domain Performing an Offline Domain Join Process for performing an offline join:domain join 1. Ensure the user performing

the offline is an administrator, or delegate the appropriate rights 2. To provision the computer account object and create the binary file, run djoin on the domain controller 3. Transfer the binary file with the domain information to client computer systems hard disk drive 4. To load the binary file, in the destination computer, run djoin 5. Restart the client computer Windows Server

2012 Activating Windows Server 2012 R2 Configuring a Server Core Installation Class Demo : Using DISM to Add Windows Features In this demonstration, you will follow provided steps for hands-on practice by adding a feature After each demo lab, click on exit and cancel

lab SEE SEE NEXT NEXT PAGE PAGE FOR FOR STEPS STEPS Preparation Steps 1. For this demonstration, start the 20410C-LON-DC1 virtual machine.

2. Sign in as Adatum\Administrator with a password of Pa$$w0rd. Demonstration Steps View a list of all Windows features and their current state 1. In Server Manager click the Tools menu, and then click Windows Server Backup. In the details pane, notice that Windows Server Backup is not installed on the computer. 2. Close the wbadmin-[Windows Server Backup(Local)] window. Gather information about the Windows Server Backup feature 1. Right-click the Windows PowerShell icon on the taskbar, and then click Run as Administrator. 2. Type the following command, and then press Enter:

DISM /online /get-features 3. Type the following command, and then press Enter: DISM /online /get-featureinfo /featurename:WindowsServerBackup Enable the Windows Server Backup feature 1. Type the following command, and then press Enter: DISM /online /enable-feature /featurename:WindowsServerBackup Note: The feature name is case-sensitive. 2. In Server Manager, click the Tools menu, and then click Windows Server Backup. In the details pane, notice that Windows Server Backup is now available. 3.

Close all open windows Lesson 4: Overview of Windows Server 2012 R2 Management What Is Server Manager? Administrative Tools and Remote Server Administration Tools Demonstration: Using Server Manager Configuring Services Configuring Windows Remote Management Demonstration: Performing Remote Management

What Is Server Manager? You can use Server Manager to: Manage multiple servers on a network from one console Add roles and features Launch Windows PowerShell sessions

View events Perform server configuration tasks Manage down-level servers You can use Best Practices Analyzer to: Determine whether roles on your network are functioning efficiently Query event logs for warning and error events Diagnose health issues with specific roles Administrative Tools and Remote Server Administration Tools

Administrative tools: Active Directory Administrative Center Active Directory Users and Computers DNS console Event Viewer Group Policy Management Console IIS Manager Performance Monitor Resource Monitor Task Scheduler Can be used to manage non-domain joined systems

Demonstration: Using Server Manager: use lon-dc1 Steps Add a feature by using the Add Roles and Features Wizard 1. In the Server Manager console, click Manage, and then click Add Roles and Features. 2. In the Add Roles and Features Wizard, on the Before you begin page, click Next. 3. On the Select installation type page, select Role-based or featured-based installation, and then click Next. 4. On the Select destination server page, click Select a server from the server pool, verify that LON-DC1.Adatum.com is selected, and then click Next.

5. On the Select server roles page, select Fax Server. 6. In the Add Roles and Features Wizard dialog box that opens, click Add Features. 7. On the Select server roles page, click Next. 8. On the Select features page, select BranchCache, and then click Next. 9. On the Fax Server page, click Next. 10. On the Print and Document Services page, click Next . 11. On the Select role services page, click Next. 12. On the Confi

rmation page, select the Restart the destination server automatically if required check box, click Yes, and then click Install. 13. On the Installation progresspage, click Close. 14. Click the flag icon next to Server Manager Dashboard, and review the messages. Note: You can close this console without terminating the task. View role-related events 1. In the Server Manager console, click the Dashboard node. 2. In the Roles and Server Groups area, under DNS, click Events. 3. In the DNS - Events Detail View dialog box, change the time period to 12 hours and the Event Sources to All,

and then click OK. Run the Best Practice Analyzer for a role 1. In the Roles and Server Groups area, under DNS, click BPA results. 2. In the DNS - BPA Results Detail View dialog box, click the Severity Levels drop-down menu, click All, and then click OK. List the tools available in Server Manager 1. In the Server Manager console, click the Tools menu, and review the tools that are installed on LON-DC1. 2. Press the Windows logo key to open the Start menu. Sign out the currently signed-in user

1. In the Start screen, click Administrator, and then click Sign Out. 2. Sign back in to LON-DC1 using the Adatum\ Administrator account and the password Pa$$w0rd. Restart Windows Server 2012 R2 1. On the taskbar, click the Windows PowerShell icon. 2. In the Windows PowerShell window, type the following command, and then press Enter: Shutdown / r / t 5 Configuring Services

Configuring Windows Remote Management When deciding to use Remote Management, consider the following: You are more likely to manage a server remotely than by locally signing on With WinRM, you can use consoles, commandline utilities, or Windows PowerShell to perform remote management tasks

With Remote Desktop, you can sign in to a server locally or from across the network See See steps steps on on next next page page Remote Management

: Ensure that 20410D-LON-DC1 is running. Start 20410D-LON-SVR1. Start 20410d-LON-CL1 Steps Use Server Manager to manage a remote server 1. Sign in to LON-DC1 as Adatum\Administrator with a password of Pa$$w0rd. 2. In the Server Manager Dashboard detail pane, click Add other serversto manage. 3. In the Add Servers dialog box, in the Name box, type LON-SVR1, and then click Find Now. 4. Select LON-SVR1, click the arrow to move it into the Selected pane, and then click OK. Add the DNS Server role on a remote server 1. In the Server Manager Dashboard detail pane, click Add roles and features.

2. On the Before you begin page, click Next. 3. On the Select installation typepage, click Next. 4. On the Select destination server page, click LON-SVR1.Adatum.comand click Next. 5. On the Select server roles page, select the DNS Server check box. 6. In the Add Roles and Features Wizard dialog box, click Add Features, and then click Next. 7. On the Select features page, click Next. 8. On the DNS Server page, click Next. 9. On the Confirm installation selections page, click Install, and then click Close. Connect to and configure a remote server by using RDP 1. Sign in to LON-SVR1 as Adatum\ Administrator with the password Pa$$w0rd. 2. In Server Manager, click Local Server. 3. In the details pane, next to Remote Desktop, click Disabled. 4. In the System Properties dialog box, click Allow remote connections to thiscomputer.

5. In the Remote Desktop Connection dialog box, click OK, and then click OK. 6. On LON-DC1, click the Start screen icon in the lower-left corner. 7. Type Remote, and then click the Remote Desktop Connection icon. 8. In the Remote Desktop Connection dialog box, type LON-SVR1, and then click Connect. 9. Connect as Adatum\ Administrator with the password Pa$$w0rd. 10. Sign out from LON-SVR1. . Lesson 5: Introduction to Windows PowerShell What Is Windows PowerShell? Windows PowerShell Cmdlet Syntax

Common Cmdlets for Server Administration Demonstration: Using Windows PowerShell What Is Windows PowerShell ISE? Demonstration: Using Windows PowerShell ISE Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration What Is Windows PowerShell? Windows PowerShell Cmdlet Syntax Windows PowerShell

Cmdlet Syntax: Get-Help -Noun NounName Get-Help -Verb VerbName Help CmdltName Get-Command Common Cmdlets for Server Administration System Administration cmdlets

Service Cmdlets Event Log Cmdlets Process Cmdlets ServerManager module Windows PowerShell Remote Management Details Use the Service noun Use the Eventlog noun Use the Process noun Allows the WindowsFeature noun

Allows cmdlets or scripts to be run on remote computers Demonstration: Using Windows PowerShell In this demonstration, you will see how to use Windows PowerShell to: Display the running services and processes on a server Connect to a remote computer to display all services and their current status

Invoke commands to multiple computers and display running processes This This lab lab is is available available in in share share drive drive What Is Windows PowerShell ISE?

Demonstration: Using Windows PowerShell ISE In this demonstration, you will see how to: Use Windows PowerShell ISE to import the ServerManager module View the cmdlets made available in the ServerManager module Use the Get-WindowsFeature cmdlet from Windows PowerShell ISE Run a Windows PowerShell script from the

scripting pane to create a universal group named Helpdesk and add members See See share share drive drive Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration Windows PowerShell DSC Push/Pull Model Authoring Phase

Staging Phase Implementation Phase Pull Model Server Contains DSC data and modules Local Configuration Store Configuration Files

PS V1, V2, V3 PS V4 Third-party languages and tools Configuration Files Parser and Dispatcher PS V1, V2, V3 Imperative

Providers PS V4 Third-party languages and tools Push Model Configuration Staging Area Contains DSC data See See detail

detail on on next next page page Desired State Configuration table Phase Description Authoring

phase The DSC is created by using Windows PowerShell or by using third-party tools. Windows PowerShell commands are used to create one or more Management Object Format (MOF) files that describe the configuration settings. three main phases are described in the following table. Staging phase In a Pull model, DSC data and any custom providers are kept on the Pull server, which is an IIS server. The target system contacts the Pull server by passing a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) along with a unique identifier to pull its DSC configuration and verify if any required providers are available. If they are not, those providers are

downloaded to the target computer. In the case of a Push model, you need to ensure that any required providers are already in place on the target computer because only the configuration settings are pushed. Implementati on phase The final phase is the application of the configuration. Once DSC data is either pushed or pulled to the target servers Local Configuration Store, the configuration is then parsed and the appropriate WMI provider implements the settings. Lab: Deploying and Managing Windows Server 2012 R2

Exercise 1: Deploying Windows Server 2012 R2 Exercise 2: Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 Server Core Exercise 3: Managing Servers Exercise 4: Using Windows PowerShell to Manage Servers Logon Information (use other slides for lab) Virtual machines 20410LONDC1 20410LONSVR3 20410LONCORE User name Adatum\Administrator

Password Pa$$w0rd Estimated Time: 75 minutes: Follow only instructor provided lab Lab Scenario A. Datum Corporation is a global engineering and manufacturing company with a head office based in London, England. A. Datum has recently deployed a Windows Server 2012 R2 infrastructure with Windows 8 clients. You have been working for A. Datum for several years as a desktop support specialist and have

recently accepted a promotion to the server support team. The marketing department has purchased a new webbased application. You need to install and configure the servers in the data center for this application. One server has a GUI interface, and the other server is configured as Server Core. Lab Review What IP address range is used by the computers in the lab? Why must you set the DNS server address prior to joining the domain?

Besides sconfig.cmd, what other tool can you use to rename a computer running the Server Core operating system? Module Review and Takeaways Review Questions Common Issues and Troubleshooting Tips Tools.----

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