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MCSA Windows Server 2016 Certification Guide: Exam 70-741

By : Sasha Kranjac, Vladimir Stefanovic
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MCSA Windows Server 2016 Certification Guide: Exam 70-741

By: Sasha Kranjac, Vladimir Stefanovic

Overview of this book

MCSA: Windows Server 2016 is one of the most sought-after certifications for IT professionals which include working with Windows Server and performing administrative tasks around it. It targets Exam 70-740, Exam 70-741, Exam 70-742 and Exam 70-743 certifications and the demand for these certifications is increasingly high. This book will start with installation, upgrade and migration to Windows Server 2016, cover imaging and deployment and proceed with High Availability and Clustering. Then we will deep dive into fundamental concepts like Core networking, DNS, DHCP, Storage and proceed to Hyper-V, Network Access and Distributed File System. It will also explain Advanced Networking topics such as Software Defined Networking and High-Performance Networking. Furthermore, it will also cover advanced Identity topics in Windows Server 2016 such as Active Directory installation and configuration, Group Policy, Active Directory Certificate Services, and Active Directory Federation Services and Rights Management. Towards the end of this book, test questions and mock preparation items will help in preparing for the certifications with more ease. By the end of this book, you will be able to complete MCSA: Windows Server 2016 certification with more confidence.
Table of Contents (9 chapters)

Implementing IPAM

IPAM server role in Windows Server 2016 allows you to centralize discovery, management, monitoring, auditing of TCP/IP configuration of your network, greatly reducing errors and administrative burden. It allows you to do so not only with servers running Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) but with servers running Domain Name Services server role and other infrastructure servers as well.

IPAM servers on Windows Server 2016 provide many advantages:

  • Automatic discovery of IP infrastructure servers, DNS servers, DHCP servers and domain controllers on any domain
  • Monitor and manage all network and domains DNS and DHCP servers from a centralized place
  • Centrally manage and monitor IP address space and IP addresses allocation and utilization
  • TCP/IP service management across multiple forests
  • Support for /31, /32 subnets in IPv4 and /128 subnet support in IPv6
  • Ability...