In this video, author Brian Culp discusses the procedure for creating a Windows To Go Drive using the command line tool called Windows PowerShell. He identifies the potential trouble areas for using this configuration procedure, and also identifies the online location of the many scripts needed for successful completion of this procedure.
- [Voiceover] There is another way to create…a Windows To Go Workspace other than…by using the Workspace wizard,…which we saw in the previous lesson.…And that is to use the command line utility…known as Windows PowerShell and…you may have dealt with the PowerShell…a time or two before you get to a course like this.…In terms of creating with a PowerShell,…you'll use a series of scripts and cmdlets.…And we won't go through the entire procedure…because it would take too long,…in fact could spend another half hour,…maybe longer talking about and…stepping through the individual steps needed…to create Windows To Go Workspace using the PowerShell.…
Instead, I want you to keep these two things in mind…when thinking about creating Windows To Go…with PowerShell.…One, is make sure that the only USB drive connected…to the computer is the one that will become…the Windows To Go drive.…And that's because there's no visual confirmation…like there is when you use that Windows To Go…Workspace wizard that we just saw.…So, the second consideration is this,…
This hands-on, practical course covers the skills necessary for a system admin to manage remote access in Windows 10—and prepare for the Manage Remote Access domain of Microsoft Certification exam 70-697, Configuring Windows Devices. Brian Culp shows how to create and enable a VPN connection, configure Remote Desktop, establish mobility policies, create and deploy workspaces, and configure offline storage and file syncing. Plus, learn how connect to printers and displays using Wi-Fi Direct.
Review the learning objectives for the Manage Remote Access domain of exam 70-697 at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-70-697.aspx.
- Creating and enabling a VPN connection
- Using Wi-Fi Sense
- Configuring Remote Desktop
- Troubleshooting with Remote Desktop
- Configuring power policies and mobility options
- Creating workspaces with Windows To Go and PowerShell
- Configuring offline files and file policies
- Adjusting sync options
- Connecting to Wi-Fi Direct devices