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206973: Windows 10 Deployment and Management
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About this Course
This course provides students with hands-on experience of Deploying and Managing Windows 10 clients. It is focused around the practical with lots of hands-on labs and a few theory slides. Starting with a blank canvas, you will work through deploying and managing windows 10 clients ensuring a completed project at course completion.
Please note from 1 April 2017 we will only supply digital courseware, if a hard copy is preferred an additional cost will apply.
This course is intended for IT Professionals already experienced in general Windows Server and Windows Client administration
In addition to their professional experience, students who attend this training should already have the following technical knowledge:
• Experience with Windows networking technologies and implementation.
• Experience with Windows Server administration, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
• Experience with Windows Client administration, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
At Course Completion
After completing this courses, students will be able to:
- Use Windows Deployment Services to install Windows 10 over the network
- Use the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) to install Windows 10 and Applications over the network
- Use Group Policy to manage Windows 10 domain-joined Clients
- Create and deploy Provisioning Packages
- Use Internet Explorer 11 Enterprise mode
- Use WSUS to manage server and Windows 10 client updates
- Use Device Guard to very securly protect Windows 10 Enterprise clients
- Create an Azure Active Directory, and perfom a Windows 10 device "azure AD join"
- Manage "azure-joined" Windows 10 devices using InTune
- Manage file security with Rights Management Server
Lab 1: Course Hyper-V VM Setup
- In this lab you will set up the Hyper-V Virtual machines used for this course
Lab 2: Windows 10 Manual Deployment to a Blank Disk
- In this lab you will create a new blank virtual machine, and install Windows 10 by booting off the Windows 10 media.
Lab 3: Windows 10 Manual Deployment In-Place Upgrade of Windows
- In this lab, you will perform an in-place upgrade of and existing Windows 7 PC to Windows 10
Lab 4: Installation and Configuration of WDS
- In this lab, you will install and configure Windows Deployment Services (WDS). This will allow you to perform a Network Boot (PXE) from any client connected to the LAN and install Windows 10 over the wire from the WDS server.
Lab 5: Installation and Configuration of MDT 2013
- Now that WDS is installed and running, you will add Microsoft Deployment Services (MDT) to greatly enhance the functionality of WDS, which can only deploy thick clients. MDT adds great flexibility is adding pre and post deployment jobs as part of the overall installation. This deployment option is known as “Light-Touch Installation”, or LTI.
Note that we will retain WDS, but only to act as a PXE server. Everything else will be handled by MDT
Lab 6: MDT 2013 Thin Client Additional Components (Applications, Drivers, etc)
- Now let’s add some of the extra goodies we get with MDT. The advantages of adding the MDT are the extra pre and post installation tasks that can be included as part of the installation sequence, for instance installing additional drivers and applications.
Lab 7: Multicast Deployment with MDT/WDS
- In this lab, you will configure WDS/MDT to support image deployment using a Multicast Transmission. Note that the principal reason to use this deployment method is not to speed up the client deployment process, but more to reduce the amount of network traffic.
Lab 8: Capture an Image of an existing Windows 10 PC
- In this lab you will capture a WIM image of an existing Windows 10 PC, effectively creating a thick image
Lab 9: Windows 10 Group Policy
- In this lab you will install the new Windows 10 Group Policy Administrative Templates, fix the error, then observe various new Group Policy Objects (GPO’s)
Lab 10: Provisioning (Imaging and Configuration Designer)
- In this lab you will configure Windows 10 desktop provisioning packages (this feature is new to Windows 10)
Lab 11: IE11 Enterprise Mode
- In this lab, you will use the IE11 Enterprise Mode feature to control the default document modes for particular website addresses.
Lab 12: WSUS
- While consumer devices with use the automatic CB/CBB update model, corporate will typically use either WSUS or SCCM for patch deployment, as this gives a much greater level of control over patch and update deployment. In this lab you will install and configure WSUS for both the server and the clients.
Lab 13: Device Guard
- In this lab, you will configure and deploy Code Integrity (CI) policies, sign and deploy application catalog files and enable Device Guard in an enterprise.
Lab 14: Azure AD (AAD)
- In this lab, you will create a new Azure Active Directory, create new users, and perform a Windows 10 client "Azure Domain Join"
Lab 15: Install and Configure Azure AD Connect
- In this lab, you will synchronize the on-premises contoso.com domain with your Azure AD service.
Lab 16: Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS): InTune
- Having performed an AAD join on several devices, you now decide to include the extra device management features offered by Microsoft InTune
Lab 17: Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS): RMS
- Having performed an AAD join on several devices, you now decide to include the extra device management features offered by Rights Management Services (RMS)
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