Join Scott M Burrell for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should already know, part of Windows Server 2016: Manage, Monitor, and Maintain Servers.
- [Lecturer] As we get started I wanted to let you know that all of the servers and workstations that you'll see in this course are created as virtual machines on a Windows Hyper-V Server environment, but I also want to let you know that that's not significant. What is important and what I'd like you to pay special attention to as you go through this course is which services and which tools need to be run from a server and which ones can be run from a workstation, which is where you'll want to run many of these products. And finally, I'd like you to consider the amount of sensitive information that may be contained in some of the logs and some of the monitors that you'll run, and to use discretion when gathering this information and when showing the results of these tools.
So let's go ahead and dive in.
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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