Learn how to manage, monitor, and maintain Windows Server 2016, using WSUS, Performance Monitor, Message Analyzer, and event logs, and prepare for MS Exam 70-740.
- [Scott] Everyone wants a perfect server, with no vulnerabilities and no errors, that always runs exactly the way it should. And I imagine the day that product is released will be the same day that we discover that pizza's a health food, and operating a computer workstation burns calories. Until then, we need a way to keep our workstations and our servers as current as possible, with all updates and patches, and we need a way to know when something has gone wrong, and whenever possible, when we're headed to catastrophe. In this course, we'll take a look at a product that allows you to manage the updates throughout your Windows network, and also a number of different tools that will help you monitor and track how your network environment is doing.
And we'll take a look at some of the steps you can take, once you have that information. So let's get started.
AuthorScott M Burrell
- Staying up to date with WSUS
- Installing and configuring WSUS
- Monitoring Windows Server performance
- Scheduling monitoring
- Monitoring network usage with Message Analyzer
- Troubleshooting Windows Server with event logs
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Staying Up to Date with WSUS
2. Monitoring Server Performance
3. Monitoring Network Usage
4. Using Event Logs to Troubleshoot Windows Server 2016
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