70-744 Securing Windows Server 2016 Lab Manual

Author:   Microsoft Official Academic Course
Publisher:   John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Pages:   176
Publication Date:   25 March 2019
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This text does not include a MOAC Labs Online access code. This is the companion lab manual to Securing Windows Server 2016 Exam 70-744 which is focused primarily on the securing windows features and their functionality that is available within Windows Server 2016. MOAC offers an official MLO lab environment and Lab Manual to further aid in your study for this exam. Successful skills mastery of Exam 70-744 can help students with securing a career within an IT enterprise and help them to differentiate job hunters in today's competitive job market. This exam will cover considerations into the following: Implementing Server Hardening Solutions Securing a Network Infrastructure Implement Threat Detection Solutions Implement Workload-Specific Security The MOAC IT Professional series is the Official from Microsoft, turn-key Workforce training program that leads to professional certification and was authored for college instructors and college students. MOAC gets instructors ready to teach and students ready for work by delivering essential resources in 5 key areas: Instructor readiness, student software, student assessment, instruction resources, and learning validation. With the Microsoft Official Academic course program, you are getting instructional support from Microsoft; materials that are accurate and make course delivery easy.

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Author:   Microsoft Official Academic Course
Publisher:   John Wiley & Sons Inc
Imprint:   John Wiley & Sons Inc
Dimensions:   Width: 21.80cm , Height: 1.50cm , Length: 27.70cm
Weight:   0.370kg
ISBN:  

9781119424536


ISBN 10:   1119424534
Pages:   176
Publication Date:   25 March 2019
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
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1. Contents Configuring Disk and File Encryption 1 Exercise 1.1 Encrypting Files with EFS 2 Exercise 1.2 Configuring the EFS Recovery Agent 7 Exercise 1.3 Encrypting a Volume with BitLocker 9 Lab Challenge Backing Up and Restoring EFS Certificates 11 2. Implementing Server Patching and Updating Solutions 13 Exercise 2.1 Installing WSUS 14 Exercise 2.2 Configuring WSUS 17 Exercise 2.3 Configuring Clients 19 Lab Challenge Approving WSUS Updates 22 3. Implementing Malware Protection and Protection Credentials 25 Exercise 3.1 Configuring Windows Defender 26 Exercise 3.2 Using AppLocker to Manager Applications 29 Exercise 3.3 Implementing Device and Credential Guard 31 Lab Challenge Implementing NT LAN Manager (NTLM) Blocking 34 4. Creating Security Baselines 37 Exercise 4.1 Backing Up GPOs 38 Exercise 4.2 Loading and Comparing GPO Settings 40 Lab Challenge Using LGPO.exe 42 5. Securing Virtual Machines with Guarded Fabric and Shielding VMs 43 Exercise 5.1 Installing and Configuring the Host Guarding Service (HGS) 44 Exercise 5.2 Configuring the Admin-Trusted Attestation 47 Lab Challenge Implementing Encrypted and Shielded VMs 48 Clean Up Resetting Servers 49 6. Configuring Windows Firewall and Software-Defined Firewalls 51 Exercise 6.1 Configuring Advanced Shared Settings and Network Locations 52 Exercise 6.2 Creating an Outbound and Inbound Rule in Windows Firewall 54 Exercise 6.3 Configuring Firewall Rules with GPOs 56 Exercise 6.4 Configuring Connection Security Rules 59 Lab Challenge Configuring Authenticated Exception Rules 63 7. Securing Network Traffic 65 Exercise 7.1 Configuring IPsec Using GPOs 66 Exercise 7.2 Implementing SMB 3.1.1 Encryption 69 Exercise 7.3 Implementing SMB Signing and Disabling SMB 1.0 via Group Policy 70 Exercise 7.4 Configuring DNSSEC 72 Lab Challenge Configuring DNS Policies 74 8. Implementing Privilege Access Management and Administrative Forests 77 Exercise 8.1 Configuring a Trust Relationship 79 Exercise 8.2 Configuring Accounts and Shadow Principals 80 Exercise 8.3 Installing PAM Components 83 Lab Challenge Requesting and Verifying Privileged Access 85 9. Implementing Just Enough Administration (JEA) 89 Exercise 9.1 Creating and Configuring Role Capability Files 90 Exercise 9.2 Creating and Configuring Session-Configuration Files 92 Exercise 9.3 Creating and Connecting to a JEA Endpoint 93 Lab Challenge Enabling PowerShell Module and Script Block Logging 96 10. Implementing Privileged Access Workstations, LAPS, and User Rights Assignments 99 Exercise 10.1 Implementing User Rights Assignments 100 Exercise 10.2 Turning on Windows Defender Remote Credentials Guard 103 Lab Challenge Installing and Configuring LAPS 105 11. Configuring Advanced Audit Policies 109 Exercise 11.1 Implementing Auditing 110 Exercise 11.2 Implementing Advanced Auditing 113 Exercise 11.3 Using AuditPol.exe 115 Exercise 11.4 Configuring File Access Auditing 117 Lab Challenge Auditing Removable Devices 119 12. Installing and Configuring Advanced Threat Analytics (ATA) 121 Exercise 12.1 Installing the ATA Center 122 Exercise 12.2 Installing the ATA Gateway 126 Lab Challenge Reviewing and Editing Suspicious Activities on the Attack Time Line 128 13. Determining Threat Detection Solutions Using Operations Management Suite (OMS) 131 Exercise 13.1 Understanding Operations Management Suite (OMS) 132 14. Securing Application Development and Server Workload Infrastructure 135 Exercise 14.1 Creating and Deploying a Nano Server 136 Exercise 14.2 Configuring a Nano Server with the Nano Recovery Tool 139 Exercise 14.3 Installing and Configuring Windows Server Container Host 141 Exercise 14.4 Installing and Configuring Docker 144 Lab Challenge Managing Local Policy on Nano Server 145 15. Implementing Secure File Services and Dynamic Access Control (DAC) 147 Exercise 15.1 Using Quotas with File Server Resource Manager 148 Exercise 15.2 Managing Files with File Screening 151 Exercise 15.3 Creating a File Explorer Task 152 Exercise 15.4 Using Dynamic Access Control (DAC) 153 Lab Challenge Connecting to a Work Folder 158

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