Windows Server Administration

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Windows Server Administration is an advanced computer networking topic that includes server installation and configuration, server roles, storage, Active Directory and Group Policy, file, print, and web services, remote access, virtualization, application servers, troubleshooting, performance, and reliability.

This course is comprised of 15 lessons that use Windows Server to study and experiment with server administration. Each lesson includes a combination of Wikipedia and Microsoft readings, YouTube videos, and hands-on learning activities. The course also assists learners in preparing for the Microsoft MTA Exam 98-365: Windows Server Administration Fundamentals.

This entire Wikiversity course can be downloaded in book form by selecting Download Learning Guide in the sidebar. The corresponding Wikipedia reading collection can be downloaded in book form by selecting Download Reading Guide.

Preparation[edit]

This is a third-semester, college-level course. Learners should already be familiar with introductory networking concepts and Internet protocols.

Lessons[edit]

  1. Introduction
  2. Installation
  3. Configuration
  4. Roles and Features
  5. Storage
  6. Active Directory
  7. Group Policy
  8. File and Print Services
  9. Web Services
  10. Remote Access
  11. Virtualization
  12. Application Servers
  13. Troubleshooting
  14. Performance
  15. Reliability

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