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About the Class

According to Statista website, in 2018, the Windows Server operating system was used on 71.9 percent of servers worldwide.

If you are planning to become a system administrator, you need to master Windows server operating system.

This course will introduce you to Windows Server 2016 administration concepts and techniques.

I've been a system administrator for more than a decade now. But when first I get my first system administrator job, I was moving from a programmer position. It was two different worlds, and I didn't know so much about Windows server operating system.

I've designed this course for people getting their foot in the door with system administration. I'll walk you through the basics of Windows server administration so that you can accomplish the basics tasks.

I'll not only show you how to accomplish these tasks technically, but I'll explain why. I'll give you the best practices and recommendations when accomplishing your administration tasks.

What will you learn in this course?

  • Download and Install Windows Server 2016;
  • Understand the different Windows Server editions;
  • Add a role to a server.
  • How to choose a name for your domain
  • Build your domain controller;
  • Join a Windows 10 Workstation to your domain;
  • Create a privileged administration workstation for remote administration;
  • Design your organizational unit structure
  • Create a user account

 So, enroll in the course and join me for an amazing learning experience.

Class Requirements

  • You should have a Mac/PC with a minimum of 6 Gb of RAM, 64bit processor, and 50 Gb of disk space.

Class Contents

Class Authors

Zine Eddine Bendjaballah

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Hello, my name is Zine Eddine Bendjaballah. I'm an IT Engineer with over 20 years of experience. I actually work as an IT manager. I began my IT career as a programmer, which helped me grow my analytical and problem-solving skills. When the time came, I turned to the system administration area, working for large companies;- Developing,...
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