Managing Microsoft Windows Server Active Directory Domain Services

Windows Server administrators must be able to implement Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS). AD DS is the foundation for centralized management of an organization’s users and resources.

Through videos, discussions, hands-on labs and assessments, you will put in place a secure and scalable AD DS infrastructure for Windows Server users and resources.

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Institution Microsoft
Instructors Cynthia Staley, Brian Svidergol
Length 10 weeks
Availability Archived
Language English (English)
Subjects Computer Science
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