Exam Ref 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 Services (MCSA)
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Fully updated for Windows Server 2012 R2! Prepare for Microsoft Exam 70-412—and help demonstrate your real-world mastery of advanced configuration tasks for Windows Server infrastructure. Designed for experienced IT professionals ready to advance their status, Exam Ref focuses on the critical-thinking and decision-making acumen needed for success at the MCSA or MCSE level.
Focus on the expertise measured by these objectives:
- Configure and manage high availability
- Configure file and storage solutions
- Implement business continuity and disaster recovery
- Configure network services
- Configure the Active Directory infrastructure
- Configure access and information protection solutions
This Microsoft Exam Ref:
- Organizes its coverage by objectives for Exam 70-412.
- Features strategic, what-if scenarios to challenge candidates.
- Designed for IT professionals who have real-world experience configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 services in an enterprise environment.
Note: Exam 70-412 counts as credit toward MCSA and MCSE certifications
64 CHAPTER 1 Configure and manage high availability Then, specify the destination server, as shown in Figure 1-53. FIGURE 1-53 Choosing a destination host for live migration in a nonclustered environment You have three options for how you want to move the VM’s items when you perform the live migration, as shown in Figure 1-54. First, you can move all of the VM’s files and storage to a single folder on the destination computer. Next, you can choose to move different items to different
without any downtime. Virtual machine network health protection is a Windows Server 2012 R2 feature that ensures that a virtual machine will migrate to a host where an external virtual network is available if the current host loses connectivity to that external virtual network. Virtual machine drain on shutdown is a Windows Server 2012 R2 feature that will automatically migrate virtual machines away from a Hyper-V host cluster node if the node is shut down or restarted without being put into
BranchCache, File Server Resource Manager, File Access Auditing, and Server for NFS. Each technology allows you to extend the traditional role of the file server beyond simply sharing files, allowing you to speed up access in remote offices, apply quotas, remove old files, audit file access, and provide file services to clients running the UNIX and Linux operating systems. This objective covers how to: ■■ Configure NFS data storage ■■ Configure BranchCache ■■ ■■ Configure File
each new shared folder, remove all currently configured NTFS permissions and then grant Full Control NTFS permissions to a security group that includes all the members of the corresponding department only. Objective 2.2: Implement Dynamic Access Control (DAC) CHAPTER 2 125 B. On each new shared folder, remove all currently configured share permissions and then grant Full Control share permissions to a security group that includes all the members of the corresponding department only.
while less frequently accessed data is moved onto the part of the virtual hard disk stored on the magnetic disk drives. In many scenarios, only a fraction of the data on a volume is accessed frequently. By using storage tiers with a virtual hard disk created through storage spaces, you get most of the performance benefits of using solid state storage without requiring all of the storage fabric to be made up of solid state drives. A typical storage tiering configuration involves having 4