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70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services R2 Lab Manual

ISBN: 978-1-118-88293-1
256 pages
March 2015, ©2015
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This is the print lab manual adjacent to the 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 Services textbook. 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 Services covers the third of three exams required for Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): Windows Server 2012 certification. This course will help validate the skills and knowledge necessary to administer a Windows Server 2012 Infrastructure in an enterprise environment. The three MCSA exams collectively validate the skills and knowledge necessary for implementing, managing, maintaining and provisioning services and infrastructure in a Windows Server 2012 environment. This Microsoft Official Academic Course is mapped to the 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services exam skills, including the recent R2 objectives. This textbook focuses on real skills for real jobs and prepares students to prove mastery of Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services such as advanced configuring tasks necessary to deploy, manage, and maintain a Windows Server 2012 infrastructure. It covers such skills as fault tolerance, certificate services, and identity federation. In addition, this book also covers such valuable skills as:

• Implementing Advanced Network Services
• Implementing Advanced File Services
• Implementing Dynamic Access Control
• Implementing Network Load Balancing
• Implementing Failover Clustering
• Implementing Disaster Recovery
• Implementing Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS)
• Implementing Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)

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Table of Contents

1. Configuring Network Load Balancing 1

Exercise 1.1: Installing the Network Load Balancing Feature 3

Exercise 1.2: Creating an NLB Cluster 5

Exercise 1.3: Configuring DNS 7

Exercise 1.4: Configuring Cluster Properties 8

Exercise 1.5: Managing Cluster Nodes 9

Exercise 1.6: Removing an NLB Cluster 10

Lab Challenge: Upgrading an NLB Cluster 12

2. Configuring Failover Clustering 13

Exercise 2.1: Configuring the iSCSI Client 15

Exercise 2.2: Installing Failover Clustering 18

Exercise 2.3: Creating a Failover Cluster 18

Exercise 2.4: Configuring the Quorum 22

Exercise 2.5: Configuring a Clustered Storage Space 23

Exercise 2.6: Implementing Cluster Aware Updating 25

Lab Challenge: Upgrading a Failover Cluster 28

3. Managing Failover Clustering 29

Exercise 3.1: Deploying the General Use File Server Role 31

Exercise 3.2: Deploying Scale-Out File Server 33

Exercise 3.3: Configuring Failover and Preference Settings 34

Exercise 3.4: Managing a Cluster and Cluster Nodes 36

Exercise 3.5: Destroying a Cluster 37

Lab Challenge: Configuring VM Monitoring 38

4. Managing VM Movement 39

Exercise 4.1: Moving a VM Storage Location 40

Exercise 4.2: Moving a VM to Another Host 42

Exercise 4.3: Copying a VM 44

Lab Challenge: Configuring Computers for Live Migration 45

5. Configuring Advanced File Solutions 47

Exercise 5.1: Creating an NFS Shared Folder 49

Exercise 5.2: Installing and Configuring BranchCache 51

Exercise 5.3: Using File Classification 54

Exercise 5.4: Configuring File Access Auditing 57

Lab Challenge: Creating an NFS Shared Folder on a Cluster 61

6. Implementing Dynamic Access Control 63

Exercise 6.1: Using Dynamic Access Control (DAC) 64

Exercise 6.2: Implementing a Central Access Policy 71

Lab Challenge: Performing Access Denied Remediation 77

7. Configuring and Optimizing Storage 79

Exercise 7.1: Removing an iSCSI Target 81

Exercise 7.2: Creating and Configuring an iSCSI Target 82

Exercise 7.3: Configuring iSCSI Initiator 85

Exercise 7.4: Configuring Tiered Storage 88

Exercise 7.5: Using Features on Demand 89

Lab Challenge: Implementing Thin Provisioning 91

8. Configuring and Managing Backups 93

Exercise 8.1: Installing the Windows Server Backup 95

Exercise 8.2: Performing a Manual Backup of a Local Folders to a Remote Share 95

Exercise 8.3: Backing up the System State 98

Exercise 8.4: Managing VSS Settings 99

Exercise 8.5: Enabling Shadow Copies for Shared Volumes 100

Lab Challenge: Using Hyper-V Snapshots 102

9. Recovering Servers 103

Exercise 9.1: Restoring a Folder Using Windows Server Backup 104

Exercise 9.2: Restoring the System State of a System 106

Exercise 9.3: Restoring a File Using Shadow Copy 106

Exercise 9.4: Booting into Safe Mode 108

Exercise 9.5: Using Command Prompt Repair Tools 112

Lab Challenge: Performing an Authoritative Restore 114

10. Configuring Site-Level Fault Tolerance 115

Exercise 10.1: Configuring and Enabling Hyper-V Replication 117

Exercise 10.2: Configuring Replication for a VM 119

Lab Challenge: Configuring Multi-Site Failover Cluster 120

11. Implementing an Advanced Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Solution 121

Exercise 11.1: Creating a Vendor Class 123

Exercise 11.2: Creating a DHCP Policy 124

Exercise 11.3: Creating and Configuring a Superscope 127

Exercise 11.4: Creating and Configuring Multicast Scopes 129

Exercise 11.5: Implementing DHCPv6 Scopes 130

Exercise 11.6: Configuring DHCP Name Protection 131

Lab Challenge: Creating a DHCP Split Scope 133

12. Implementing an Advanced DNS Solution 135

Exercise 12.1: Configuring DNSSEC 136

Exercise 12.2: Enabling DNS Cache Locking 138

Exercise 12.3: Configuring DNS Logging 139

Exercise 12.4: Disabling Recursion 139

Exercise 12.5: Configuring Netmask Ordering 140

Exercise 12.6: Configuring a GlobalNames Zone 140

Lab Challenge: Delegating DNS Administration 142

13. Deploying and Managing IPAM 143

Exercise 13.1: Installing IPAM on a Member Server 144

Exercise 13.2: Configuring IPAM 145

Lab Challenge: Migrating to IPAM 151

14. Configuring a Domain and Forest 153

Exercise 14.1: Creating a Child Domain 155

Exercise 14.2: Demoting a Domain Controller 157

Exercise 14.3: Installing a New Forest 158

Exercise 14.4: Raising the Domain and Forest Functional Level 160

Exercise 14.5: Configuring Multiple UPN Suffixes 161

Lab Challenge: Performing an Upgrade Installation 162

15. Configuring Trusts 163

Exercise 15.1: Creating and Configuring a One-Way External Trust 164

Exercise 15.2: Creating and Configuring a Two-Way Forest Trust 169

Exercise 15.3: Validating and Testing the Trust 171

Lab Challenge: Configuring Selective Authentication Between Two Trusted Domains 174

16. Configuring Sites 175

Exercise 16.1: Adding Sites and Subnets 176

Exercise 16.2: Configuring a Bridgehead Server 178

Exercise 16.3: Creating a Site Link 179

Exercise 16.4: Modifying the Replication Interval and Replication Schedule of a Site Link 180

Lab Challenge: Working with SRV Records 183

17. Designing an Active Directory Permission Model 185

Exercise 17.1: Planning an Active Directory Permission Model 187

Exercise 17.2: Customizing Tasks Using the Delegation of Control Wizard 187

Exercise 17.3: Delegating Permissions to AdminSDHolder 189

Exercise 17.4: Configuring Kerberos and Kerberos Delegation 190

Lab Challenge: Planning and Designing an Active Directory Permission Model (Contoso Active

Directory Permission Model Project) 191

18. Implementing Active Directory Federation Services 193

Exercise 18.1: Installing the Active Directory Federation Services 194

Exercise 18.2: Creating a Standalone Federation Server 195

Exercise 18.3: Creating and Configuring a Sample WIF Application 198

Exercise 18.4: Implementing Relying Party Trusts 204

Exercise 18.5: Configuring the Active Directory Claims Provider Trust 206

Lab Challenge: Configure a Global Authentication Policy 208

19. Installing and Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services 209

Exercise 19.1: Installing an Enterprise Certificate Authority 211

Exercise 19.2: Installing Subordinate Certificate Server 213

Exercise 19.3: Configuring a Certified Revocation List (CRL)

Distribution Point 215

Exercise 19.4: Installing the Online Responder Role 217

Exercise 19.5: Performing a CA Backup 220

Lab Challenge: Managing Administrative Roles 221

20. Managing Certificates 223

Exercise 20.1: Importing and Exporting Digital Certificates 224

Exercise 20.2: Renewing a CA Certificate 226

Exercise 20.3: Creating a New User Certificate Template 227

Exercise 20.4: Requesting a Certificate 228

Exercise 20.5: Configuring Auto-Enrollment 231

Exercise 20.6: Configuring Enrollment Agents 232

Lab Challenge: Configuring the Key Recovery Agent 235

21. Installing and Configuring Active Directory Rights Management Services 237

Exercise 21.1: Installing Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS) 239

Exercise 21.2: Creating and Enabling the Super Users Group 244

Exercise 21.3: Creating a Distributed Rights Policy Template 246

Exercise 21.4: Enabling and Configuring an Application Exclusion 247

Lab Challenge: Backing Up and Restoring AD RMS 248

Appendix: Lab Setup Guide 000

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