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This is a bundled training package. It contains training for each of the bundled items below:

Course Price
Microsoft Windows 10: Configuring Core Services $74.95
Microsoft Windows 10: Managing and Maintaining Windows $74.95
Microsoft Windows 10: Implementing Windows $74.95

Bundle Price: $139.00
Total Savings: $85.85

Microsoft Windows 10: Configuring Core Services

Once you have Windows deployed on your system, you need to make sure that everything is set up and managed properly. This course provides information on how to set up and configure all of the core services that you'll need to run on your Windows 10 computer. This course is one in a series of courses for the Installing and Configuring Windows 10 learning path.

Learning Objectives
  • Start the course
  • Configure and support IPv4 and IPv6 settings and name resolution and connect to a network
  • Configure network locations, Windows Firewall, and network discovery
  • Configure Wi-Fi settings and Wi-Fi Direct
  • Troubleshoot network issues
  • Configure VPN, IPsec, and Direct Access
  • Configure disks, volumes, and file system options
  • Configure VHDs
  • Configure and troubleshoot removable devices and storage spaces
  • Configure file and printer sharing and HomeGroup connections
  • Configure folder shares, public folders, and file system permissions
  • Configure OneDrive and OneDrive usage
  • Troubleshoot data access and usage
  • Configure desktop apps and startup options
  • Configure Windows features
  • Configure Windows Store and implement Windows Store Apps and Windows Store for Business
  • Choose and implement remote management tools and settings
  • Configure Remote Assistance, Remote Desktop, and remote PowerShell
  • Configure a new installation of Windows

Microsoft Windows 10: Managing and Maintaining Windows

Once your Windows installation is complete, and the system is running smoothly, your job still isn't done. You need to continue to maintain your Windows installation to keep everything running well for a long time. This course explains how to monitor and maintain your Windows installation, and how to keep everything secure and safe from crashes or attacks. This course is one in a series of courses for the Installing and Configuring Windows 10 learning path.

Learning Objectives
  • Start the course
  • Configure and implement Windows Update options, including Insider Preview, Current Branch, Current Branch for Business, and Long Term Servicing Branch
  • Manage update history, roll back updates, and update Windows Store apps
  • Configure and analyze Event Viewer logs and event subscriptions
  • Monitor performance using Task Manager, Resource Monitor, Performance Monitor, and Data Collector Sets
  • Monitor system resources, printers, and indexing options
  • Manage client security by using Windows Defender, and evaluating system stability using Reliability Monitor
  • Configure a recovery drive, a system restore, and restore points
  • Perform a refresh, recycle, or driver rollback
  • Resolve hardware and device issues, and interpret data from Device Manager
  • Restore previous versions of files and folders, configure File History, and recover files from OneDrive
  • Use Windows Backup and Restore, perform a backup and restore with WBAdmin, and perform recovery operations using Windows Recovery
  • Configure Microsoft Passport, Windows Hello, picture passwords, and biometrics
  • Configure workgroups, domain settings, and HomeGroup settings
  • Configure local account, Microsoft accounts, Credential Manager, and UAC
  • Configure Device Registration, Device Guard, Device Health Attestation
  • Configure Task Scheduler and services
  • Configure and use the MMC
  • Review and manage a Windows maintenance plan

Microsoft Windows 10: Implementing Windows

When you're starting to use a new operating system, it's important to make sure that you have it properly installed to give you a solid foundation on which to build. This course covers preparing your computer for installation, deciding which elements to install, and takes you through the actual installation process. This course is one in a series of courses for the Installing and Configuring Windows 10 learning path.

Learning Objectives
  • Start the course
  • Determine hardware requirements and compatibility, and choose the correct install type and edition to install
  • Determine and create appropriate installation media
  • Perform a clean installation or an upgrade onto a physical hard disk drive
  • Perform a new installation directly onto a virtual hard disk or bootable USB
  • Install, update, and roll back drivers
  • Configure driver settings and resolve driver issues
  • Configure and customize the start menu, desktop, taskbar, and accessibility options
  • Configure Cortana, Microsoft Edge, and Internet Explorer
  • Configure Hyper-V settings
  • Perform provisioning with the Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer tool
  • Configure Active Directory, Group Policies, and User Account Control
  • Implement a Windows installation
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