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Training: Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps (exam 70-695)

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Duur: 19 uur |

Taal: Engels (US) |

Online toegang: 180 dagen |

In Onbeperkt Leren

In deze MCSE training / cursus leert u de beste afwegingen te maken om de verschillende opties voor besturingssystemen en applicatie implementaties te kiezen. Nadat u weet hoe u de juiste keuzes kunt maken leert u hoe u deze keuze het beste kunt implementeren. Later in de training maakt u kennis met de implementatie van lite-touch en zero-touch deployment solution voor Windows apparaten en applicaties. Deze training is gebaseerd op het gebruik van Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) en System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.

Onderwerpen die onder andere aan bod komen zijn de verschillende life cycle modellen, MAP toolkit, application compatibility, images & PXE, DISM, MDT & LTI, ZTI & SCCM, activation models, Office 365 en nog veel meer.

Resultaat

Na het volgen van deze training kunt u de beste opties en mogelijkheden toepassen om op de beste manier Windows devices en enterprise apps ui te rollen.

Let op dit examen vervalt per 31 maart 2019.

Voorkennis

U heeft de MCSA Windows 8 certificering behaald of vergelijkbare kennis.

Doelgroep

Systeembeheerder, Netwerkbeheerder

Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps (exam 70-695)

19 uur

Microsoft Windows - Deploying Windows Devices and Apps: Assessment Strategies

  • start the course
  • describe the enterprise desktop life cycle model, including the planning and purchasing decisions
  • describe the enterprise desktop life cycle model
  • describe the application management phase
  • describe the operation, support, upgrade, and retirement phases
  • describe the guidelines for an effective enterprise desktop deployment
  • describe the different tools available to assess the environment
  • use System Center Configuration Manager to assess the infrastructure
  • use System Center Configuration Manager to run a hardware inventory and view reports
  • configure and use Asset Intelligence in SCCM to retrieve inventory data and software license usage information
  • describe MAP and the six phases to use it for the deployment strategy
  • configure the clients and servers for MAP to connect and collect inventory information
  • install the MAP Toolkit
  • use the Inventory and Assessment Wizard to collect data, including selecting the inventory scenario and discovery method
  • use the Performance Metrics Wizard to collect performance related information on servers and clients
  • open and view the MAP reports to view readiness information
  • integrate MAP with SCCM to gather inventory information
  • identify the challenges for operating system deployment to new and existing devices
  • identify the guidelines for creating an effective OS deployment strategy
  • describe the features of Windows ADK for deployment
  • describe the different types of deployment strategies that are typically used in an enterprise environment
  • collect inventory data using MAP and SCCM and describe the deployment strategies

Microsoft Windows - Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps: Compatibility

  • start the course
  • describe the process to determine application compatibility
  • identify common application compatibility issues
  • identify common application compatibility issues
  • understand what tools can be used to view application compatibility issues
  • describe how MAP and ACT can be used to identify common application compatibility issues
  • identify available application compatibility solutions
  • describe using Client Hyper-V to resolve application compatibility issues
  • describe using RDS and VDI to resolve application compatibility issues
  • describe using ACT to resolve application compatibility issues
  • describe the ACT architecture and how the components work together, including what data collection packages and compatibility ratings are
  • install Windows Assessment and Deployment toolkit to access ACT
  • describe the process for diagnosing application compatibility issues with ACT
  • configure ACT using the ACT Configuration Wizard and Microsoft Application Compatibility Settings
  • create and deploy a DCP to Windows 8.1 clients to collect inventory
  • organize and analyze the application inventory
  • identify an application issue using the Standard User Analyzer on a Windows 8.1 computer and view the issues
  • use ACT to identify and mitigate issues on Windows 8.1 computers
  • describe what user state is and how user state migration works, including the tools
  • describe how to minimize the impact to the user state during OS deployment using various methods
  • identify the USMT toolset, including the CLI tools and XML files
  • describe the common user state migration scenarios, including the considerations
  • identify what user state should be migrated, including what cannot be migrated
  • identify the different migration stores and how to choose between them
  • create custom XML files and Config.xml files for user state migration
  • use ScanState.exe to capture user state data for migration
  • use LoadState.exe to restore user state data
  • perform an offline user state migrations
  • describe the best practices for using USMT, including the security
  • describe and use USMT to migrate user state data

Microsoft Windows - Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps: Images & PXE

  • start the course
  • identify the different types of images that current Windows environments use and their benefits
  • identify the considerations required for managing operating system images
  • describe what boot and install images are and when to use each
  • describe the three primary strategies used for image creation: Thick, thin, hybrid
  • describe online and offline servicing
  • describe how drivers can be added and managed in an image
  • describe installation types for Windows Setup and the Windows setup phases
  • describe how to control and automate the Windows setup process using answer files and the configuration process
  • describe Windows PE and its benefits and limitations
  • add drivers and optional components to a Windows PE image
  • create an answer file using Windows SIM
  • describe how sysprep is used to prepare for a Windows installation, including its benefits, scenarios, and its process
  • install a reference computer using a custom answer file and verify the settings were applied
  • place a reference computer in audit mode using sysprep, make configuration changes, and capture the settings and preserve the image
  • determine which partitions to capture and prepare to capture an image using DISM
  • create an image using DISM
  • use DISM to mount and modify an image
  • service an image using DISM, including checking patches and adding packages, enabling features, and adding drivers
  • service an image using DISM, including enabling features and adding drivers
  • describe PXE-initiated OS deployments, including the benefits, requirements, and how it works
  • describe how to use multicast for operating system deployments, including its components and considerations
  • describe the installation options, images type support, and the considerations
  • install and configure the WDS environment
  • install and configure the WDS environment
  • explain how to deploy VHD using WDS
  • capture and create images on a reference computer, describe PXE and multicast, and install and configure WDS

Microsoft Windows - Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps: MDT and LTI

  • start the course
  • explain the requirements and the deployment process for a high-touch with retail media strategy, including the benefits and limitations
  • explain the requirements and the deployment process for a high-touch with a standard image strategy, including the benefits and limitations
  • explain the requirements and the deployment process for a LTI, including the benefits and limitations
  • explain the requirements and the deployment process for a ZTI, including the benefits and limitations
  • explain the requirements and the deployment process for using the VHD with native boot
  • explain the requirements and the deployment process for using Windows To Go and how to create a Windows To Go image
  • explain strategies for integrating MDT into a deployment process for LTI
  • identify the consideration factors for planning the MDT imaging strategy
  • identify the prerequisites for Using MDT for an LTI and what a deployments share and task sequence are
  • install MDT
  • create a deployment share and configure permissions
  • add the Windows 8.1 installation files to the deployment share
  • create a task sequence to build a Windows 8.1 reference computer
  • create a task sequence to build a Windows 8.1 reference computer
  • alter the task sequence to edit actions required to update the reference image
  • add out-of-box drivers to the deployment share for the OS deployment
  • add applications for deployment using the Deployment Workbench
  • describe how language packs are used and how to add language packs
  • alter the CustomSettings.ini and BootStrap.ini rule files and then update the deployment share to create the boot images
  • deploy Windows 8.1 using the Deployment Wizard for a LTI deployment strategy to build a reference computer
  • create a MDT production deployment share and add a custom image to it
  • add drivers for the boot images and operating system specifically for certain hardware models
  • create a task sequence that will deploy Windows 8.1 to production computers and edit the task sequence to specific custom settings
  • install DaRT, copy the tools and add DaRT to the deployment share
  • deploy Windows 8.1 to production clients using MDT LTI
  • describe how WDS enhances an MDT environment for LTIs
  • create and import an MDT LTI boot image into WDS
  • describe how WDS multicasting can be used with a MDT LTI deployment and enable it
  • install and configure MDT and deploy Windows 8.1 using a LTI strategy

Microsoft Windows - Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps: ZTI and SCCM

  • start the course
  • describe operating systems deployment using SCCM and the terminology
  • explain the three deployment scenarios, the various methods used to initiate deployment, and the server roles used
  • describe the process for deploying an operating system image and the two ways it can be deployed: unknown computer and imported computer objects
  • explain the prerequisites for deploying OS using SCCM
  • explain and configure the Computer Agent settings, network access account
  • enable PXE and multicast on a distribution point in SCCM
  • manage the default boot images in SCCM, including how to customize them and configure optional settings and distribute it
  • add an OS image to SCCM using the Add Operating System Image Wizard
  • configure the OS image for distribution using the Distribute Content Wizard
  • add applications to SCCM to deploy with the Windows OS
  • add drivers for Windows PE and 8.1 to the deployment
  • add a new computer no managed by SCCM to the SCCM database for deployment
  • describe a task sequence and their components, including task sequence variables
  • create a task sequence that will be used to deploy an existing image using the Create Task Sequence Wizard
  • deploy an image task sequence to a collection using the Deploy Software Wizard using PXE
  • apply updates to images in SCCM and identify the process the site server executes to update the image
  • identify how to use log and report files to troubleshoot an OS deployment
  • describe the benefits of integrating MDT with SCCM for deployments
  • run the ConfigMgr Integration after MDT is installed and setup the Deployment Workbench for monitoring
  • configure a new database in MDT and verify the integrated in SCCM
  • describe the additional deployments tools available when MDT is integrated with SCCM
  • create a boot image for Configuration Manager using MDT
  • create a MDT task sequence in SCCM
  • create a MDT task sequence in SCCM, including deploying it
  • prepare and configure SCCM for a ZTI deployment and integrate MDT with SCCM for deployment scenarios

Microsoft Windows - Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps: Activation

  • start the course
  • describe product activation and the three main activation methods: Retail, OEM, volume activation
  • describe the three activation models: Active Directory-based, KMS, MAK
  • describe the Active Directory-based activation process and planning considerations
  • describe the process and planning considerations for using KMS and MAK for volume activation, including how to choose a KMS host
  • describe VAMT and Volume Activation Services, including the benefits and features
  • identify the type of activate that may be required depending on the type of infrastructure implemented: core, isolated, disconnected, development labs
  • install the Volume Activation Services role, add a KMS host, and activate the KMS key
  • install, configure, and verify Active Directory-Based activation
  • describe how computers get activated using KMS
  • describe two ways MAK can activate computers: independent activation and proxy activation
  • describe how to use VAMT to manage activation and licensing status of computers and products, as well as key usage
  • describe the two Office 2013 versions available for installation: MSI and C2R
  • describe the six deployment methods for Office 2013 installations: local, network, group policy, software distribution, virtualization and standard image
  • describe the advantages, disadvantages, and compatibility issues of Office 2013 64-bit versus 32-bit
  • explain how Office 2013 can be activated using the various methods
  • explain what re-arming is and how to complete it
  • describe how the Office Customization Tool, OCT can be used to customize Office 2013 for deployment
  • use OCT to customize the setup before installing Office 2013, this includes customizing the installation and creating the network installation point
  • create a silent installation of Office 2013 using the Config.xml file or OCT
  • slipstream updates in the Office 2013 deployment
  • add Office to an image for deployment through MDT for a LTI
  • use the C2R Administration tool to prepare for a C2R installation of Office 365
  • deploy C2R for Office 365 products using the Office Deployment Tool
  • identify the ways Office 365 can be updated
  • apply an update to Office 365 using the Office Deployment Tool
  • monitor the usage for Office 365 using the Telemetry Dashboard
  • activate Windows deployments using various methods and deploy Office 2013 and Office 365 using MSI and C2R

TestPrep 70-695 Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps

TestPrep 70-695 Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps

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