70-744: Securing Windows Server 2016 Course Overview

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nistering WSUSApproving UpdatesDemo - Installing and Configuring WSUSChapter 04 ReviewChapter 05 - Auditing and Advanced Threat AnalyticsTopic A: Configuring Auditing for Windows Server 2016Overview of AuditingThe Purpose of AuditingTypes of EventsAuditing GoalsAuditing File and Object AccessDemo - Configuring AuditingTopic B: Advanced Auditing and ManagementAdvanced AuditingAdvanced Auditing SubcategoriesDynamic AuditingEvent Log SubscriptionsAudit Collection Services (ACS)Demo - Configuring Event ForwardingAuditing with Windows PowerShellDemo - Using PowerShell with Audit LogsTransaction LoggingModule LoggingScript Block LoggingDemo - Configuring PowerShell LoggingTopic C: Deploying and Configuring ATAOverview of ATAUsage ScenariosDeployment RequirementsATA GatewaysPort MirroringConfiguring ATA CenterTopic D: Deploying and Configuring Operations Management SuiteIntroduction to Operations Management SuiteDeployment OverviewOMS SolutionsInstalling OMSOMS SolutionsChapter 05 Review1h 28mChapter 06 - Securing the InfrastructureTopic A: Secure the Virtualization InfrastructureIntroduction to Guarded FabricHost Guardian ServicePreparing HGS NodesInstalling and Configuring HGSAttestation and EncryptionAttestation Methods44m

Initializing HGSConfiguring HGS ClientsTopic B: Deploying Security BaselinesSecurity Compliance Manager (SCM)SCM RequirementsDemo - Installing SCMDemo - Configuring and Deploying Security BaselinesTopic C: Deploying Nano ServerPlanning for Nano ServerUnderstanding Nano Server RolesInstalling Nano Server RolesNano Server InstallationInstallation StepsChapter 06 ReviewChapter 07 - Configuring Data ProtectionTopic A: Planning and Implementing File EncryptionIntroducing Encrypting File SystemEFS FeaturesEncryption and DecryptionRecovering EFS FilesDemo - Using EFSTopic B: Planning and Implementing BitLockerOverview of BitLockerBitLocker and TPMsBitLocker RequirementsTools for Configuring and Managing BitLockerDeploying BitLockerDemo - Deploying BitLockerBitLocker on Hyper-V VMsBitLocker and CSVsEnabling BitLocker for CSVNetwork UnlockNetwork Unlock ProcessBitLocker RecoveryMicrosoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring (MBAM)Chapter 07 Review1h 4mChapter 08 - Advanced File Server ManagementTopic A: Using File Server Resource ManagerCapacity ManagementStorage ManagementIntroduction to FSRMStorage Management with File Server Resource ManagerOverview of FSRMInstalling and Configuring FSRMDemo - Installing and Configuring FSRMQuota ManagementDemo - Create and Manage Quotas1h 55m

File ScreeningUsing File GroupsExceptions and TemplatesDemo - Implementing File ScreeningStorage ReportsReport TasksDemo - Generating Storage ReportsAutomatic File ManagementTopic B: Implementing Classification and File Management TasksFile ClassificationClassification RulesDemo - Configure File ClassificationFile Management TasksTopic C: Working with Dynamic Access ControlOverview of Dynamic Access ControlDynamic Access Control ScenariosDAC TechnologiesUnderstanding IdentityUnderstanding ClaimsTypes of ClaimsCentral Access PoliciesPolicy ComponentsDAC PrerequisitesDemo - Implementing DACChapter 08 ReviewChapter 09 - Securing the Network InfrastructureTopic A: Using the Windows Firewall with Advanced SecurityTypes of FirewallsWell-Known PortsHost-Based FirewallNetwork ProfilesConfiguring the Windows FirewallDemo - Working with the Windows FirewallTopic B: Datacenter FirewallNetwork ControllerDatacenter FirewallNetwork Security GroupsScenarios for Datacenter FirewallTopic C: Utilizing IP SecurityOverview of IP SecurityIPSec ProtocolsIPSec Usage ScenariosIPSec Configuration ToolsConnection Security RulesUnderstanding Rule TypesRule EndpointsAuthentication SettingsAuthentication Methods2h 14m

Encryption SettingsMonitoring ConnectionsDemo - Implementing IPSecTopic D: Configuring Advanced DNS SettingsManaging DNS ServicesOptimizing DNS Name ResolutionThe GlobalNames ZoneImplementing DNS SecurityDNS Security (DNSSEC)Implementing DNSSECDemo - Configuring DNSSECIntroducing DNS PoliciesImplementing DNS PoliciesRRL FeatureDemo - Configuring DNS PoliciesTopic E: Monitoring Network TrafficMicrosoft Message AnalyzerDemo - Using Microsoft Message AnalyzerTopic F: Securing SMB TrafficSMB 3.1.1 Protocol SecuritySMB Encryption RequirementsEncrypting SMB SharesDisabling Support for SMB 1.0Chapter 09 ReviewCourse ClosureTotal Duration: 13h 46m

Chapter 05 - Auditing and Advanced Threat Analytics 1h 28m Topic A: Configuring Auditing for Windows Server 2016 Overview of Auditing The Purpose of Auditing Types of Events Auditing Goals Auditing File and Object Access Demo - Configuring Auditing Topic B: Advanced Auditing and Management Advanced Auditing

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