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Keeping applications running at all times is a major priority for many system administrators, and Windows Server includes features that enable you to create redundant server solutions that can anticipate nearly any type of disaster. Failover clusters enable you to create servers that share data, which ensures that an application runs in spite of multiple failures. Network Load Balancing clusters enable you to provide an application with both fault tolerance and scalability.



Install, Upgrade, and Migrate Servers and Workloads

    • Determine Appropriate Serve Per Workloads

    • Install Windows Server 

    • Install and Configure Windows Server Core

  • Create, Manage, and Maintain Images for Deployment

    • Plan for Windows Server Virtualization

    • Deploy Workloads Into Virtual Environments

  • Install and Configure Domain Controllers

    • Add and Remove Domain Controller

    • Install AD DS on a Server Core Installation

    • Install and Configure a Read-Only Domain Controller

    • Upgrade Domain Controllers

    • Transfer and Seize Operations Master Roles

  • Create and Manage Active Directory Users and Computers

    • Create, Copy, Configure, and Delete Users and Computers

    • Active Directory Operations

  • Create and Manage Active Directory Groups and OUs

    • Create and Manage Groups

    • Create and Manage OUs

    • Delegate Management of Active Directory with Groups and OUs  Implement Workload-Specific Security 

    •  Implement Workload-Specific Security 

    • Implement a Secure File Services Infrastructure and Dynamic Access Control

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