- [Instructor] Now that we've come to the end of this course…let me suggest a couple of things…that you might want to do next.…First on that list, if you haven't done it yet,…is becoming a Windows Insider.…You can do this by browsing to Insider.windows.com…and selecting the link to become an insider.…This will allow you do register your Microsoft account,…or create a Microsoft account and then register…it as an Insider with Windows which will give you access…to preview copies of operating systems and applications.…
As well as keeping you next to the conversations…about what's changing and what's coming.…Specifically, you're going to want to go to the For Business…page and select Windows Server Getting Started.…Here you'll gain access to Windows Server Preview Copies,…which has become increasingly more important as we look…at the frequent releases of Windows Server,…semi-annual releases, and as the longterm service channels…are previewed and released it will be important…to stay connected there as well.…
You'll remember that Windows Server 2019…
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Installing Windows Admin Center (WAC)
- Managing Windows with WAC and PowerShell
- Using PowerShell remoting
- Monitoring the health of Windows 2019 servers
- Capturing real-time performance data
- Protecting networks with Windows Defender ATP
- Windows updates on Server 2019
- Selecting updates to distribute
Skill Level Beginner
What you should already know2m 15s
1. Managing Windows 2019 Servers
2. Monitoring the Health of Windows 2019 Servers
3. Monitoring Server Security
Creating an ATP tenant4m 11s
4. Maintaining Windows 2019 Servers
Next steps2m 26s
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