Windows Server Administration Fundamentals

(98-365.AA1) / ISBN : 978-1-64459-190-1
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Pass the MTA 98-365 exam with the Windows Server Administration Fundamentals course and lab. The lab provides a hands-on learning experience in a safe and online environment. The MTA server training course covers 98-365 exam objectives and teaches you how to work with Windows-based networking, Active Directory, account management. The course has the best learning resources to help you understand all the basic and advanced concepts covered in the MTA exam.

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MTA Windows Server Administration Fundamentals is a Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) entry-level certification exam. The MTA 98-365 exam validates that a candidate knows about server installation, server role, Active Directory, storage, server performance management, and server maintenance. Candidates for this exam are familiar with the concepts and the technologies of Windows Server administration.

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7+ Lessons | 150+ Quizzes | 102+ Flashcards | 102+ Glossary of terms


60+ Pre Assessment Questions | 2+ Full Length Tests | 60+ Post Assessment Questions | 120+ Practice Test Questions

Hands-On Labs

39+ LiveLab | 00+ Minutes


Understanding Server Installation

  • Understanding Device Drivers
  • Understanding Services
  • Understanding Server Installation Options
  • Summary

Understanding Server Roles

  • Identifying Application Servers
  • Understanding Web Services
  • Understanding Remote Access
  • Understanding the File and Print Services
  • Understanding Server Virtualization
  • Summary

Understanding Active Directory

  • Understanding Accounts and Groups
  • Understanding the Organizational Units and Containers
  • Understanding Active Directory Infrastructure
  • Understanding Group Policy
  • Summary

Understanding Storage

  • Identifying Storage Technologies and Their Typical Usage Scenarios
  • Understanding RAID Redundancy
  • Understanding Disk Types
  • Summary

Understanding Server Performance Management

  • Identifying Major Server Hardware Components
  • Understanding Performance Monitoring
  • Understanding Logs, Alerts, and Event Viewer
  • Summary

Understanding Server Maintenance

  • Identifying Steps in the Startup Process
  • Understanding Business Continuity
  • Understanding Updates
  • Understanding Troubleshooting Methodology
  • Summary

Appendix: 3D Avatar-based Simulation


Understanding Server Installation

  • Installing a Non-Plug and Play Device
  • Removing a Device Driver
  • Updating a Device Driver
  • Changing the Service Status and Dependencies
  • Installing Windows Deployment Services
  • Installing the Server Core

Understanding Server Roles

  • Installing the Web Server (IIS) Role with the FTP Service Role
  • Generating a Request for an Internet Server Certificate
  • Binding and Managing an SSL Certificate to a Website
  • Enabling Remote Assistance
  • Installing the Internet Printing Client
  • Enabling Printer Pooling
  • Configuring the Audit Object Access Policy
  • Enabling File, Folder, and Share Permissions
  • Creating a VHD File

Understanding Active Directory

  • Creating a Group and Adding Users using the AGDLP Strategy
  • Creating a Global Group
  • Creating a Domain User Account
  • Moving a User to an Organizational Unit
  • Delegating Control in an Organizational Unit
  • Creating an Organizational Unit (OU) Structure
  • Scheduling AD Replication
  • Creating and Deleting a Site Link
  • Configuring Active Directory Sites
  • Editing the Group Policy Settings
  • Processing Group Policy
  • Using the Group Policy Cmdlets
  • Creating Group Policy
  • Configuring Computer Policy to Allow Non-Administrators to Install Specific Devices

Understanding Storage

  • Creating a Striped Volume
  • Creating a DFS Namespace

Understanding Server Performance Management

  • Adding Counters
  • Configuring Data Collection Set
  • Configuring Event Logs

Understanding Server Maintenance

  • Configuring Startup Options
  • Setting Up Folder Redirection
  • Installing Windows Server Backup and Performing a Backup of a Folder
  • Configuring the Windows Update Service to Automatic
  • Filtering Entries in Event Viewer

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There are no official prerequisites for the certification exam.

The exam contains 30-50 questions.

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  1. If a candidate does not achieve a passing score on an exam the first time, the candidate must wait 24 hours before retaking the exam.
  2. If a candidate does not achieve a passing score the second time, the candidate must wait seven days before retaking the exam a third time.
  3. A seven-day waiting period is imposed for each subsequent exam retake.
  4. A candidate may not take a given exam any more than five times per year (12 months). This 12-month period starts the day of the fifth unsuccessful exam retake. The candidate is then eligible to retake the exam 12 months from that date.
  5. If a candidate achieves a passing score on an MTA exam, the candidate cannot take it again.

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