Learn the essentials you need to install and administer Windows Server 2019.
- [Scott] So, Windows Server 2019 is here. Microsoft has done something really unique with this one, something they've never done before. Most of the amazing advances in this version of Windows Server were introduced in production releases of Windows Server up to a year early. So, what makes it so special to see them in Server 2019? The answer is these features landed in Windows Server 2019 because of you. In this course, we're going to talk about some legacy capabilities and the brand-new roles, features, and tools that have been rolled up into this latest long-term service release of Windows Server.
And we're going to talk about the role of the IT community in choosing and proving out those features. My name is Scott Burrell, and I've been watching Microsoft evolve their server products for over two decades. Let's walk through the essentials of using this latest version, Windows Server 2019, in your production environment.
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Roles and features
- Upgrades and migration
- Defender and Firewall
- Windows Admin Center
- Planning sites and services
- Environments: hybrid cloud hyper-converged
- Identity and access roles
- Staying up to date
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