Windows Server is a Microsoft platform that enables the building of an infrastructure that connects applications, networks, and web services. With knowledge of networking architecture, topologies, security considerations and more, it is possible to build an effective Window Server infrastructure. While some fundamentals of a Windows Server have remained the same since the brand’s debut in 2003, other elements change as new editions are released. To stay up to date with Windows Server installation, configuration, maintenance and performance, look to Directions Training.
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|10967||Fundamentals of a Windows Server Infrastructure|
|10969||Active Directory Services with Windows Server|
|10970||Networking with Windows Server|
|10971||Storage and High Availability with Windows Server|
|10972||Administering the Web Server (IIS) Role of Windows Server|
|10974||Deploying and Migrating Windows Server|
|20415||Implementing a Desktop Infrastructure|
|20416||Implementing Desktop Application Environments|
|55021||Configuring and Administering Hyper-V in Windows Server 2012|