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Windows Server 2016: Advanced Networking


About this course

In this course, you will learn about network solutions you can implement in your organization. You will learn how to enable user access and secure communications, protect data, connect and run remote software, and virtualize your network infrastructure.

This course can help you:

  • Improve your skills in implementing a networking infrastructure.
  • Decide if a career in IT is for you.
  • Prepare for an introductory job in Windows Server administration.
  • Study for Microsoft certification tests and badges.

The course uses a combination of hands-on practical exercises, demonstrations, and assessments.

This course is a follow-on to INF214x, Basic Networking.

What you'll learn

  • How to configure and manage remote access technologies such as VPN, Web Application Proxy, and Routing.
  • How configure and manage Remote Desktop Services (RDS).
  • How to manage a virtualized network infrastructure using Software Defined Networking (SDN).


  • General understanding of networking technologies.
  • Windows PowerShell will be the preferred tool when implementing features in this course.

Meet the instructors

Cynthia Staley

Cynthia Staley

Senior Content Developer Microsoft

Cindy is a Senior Content Developer for Microsoft specializing in Windows Server IT professional online training.

Tony Jamieson

Tony Jamieson

Content Developer Microsoft

Tony is a Content Developer for Microsoft with over 15 years specializing in IT professional online training.

Brian Svidergol

Brian Svidergol

Technical Consultant Self Employed

Brian Svidergol builds Microsoft infrastructure and cloud solutions with Exchange Server, Active Directory, Microsoft Azure, Office 365, and related technologies. He holds many industry certifications including the Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) – Cloud Platform and Infrastructure. Brian is the author of several books on Microsoft technologies.

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    Total 8 to 16 hours