Understand the difference between a workgroup and a domain. Join a network that contains other computers that are connected to it. Then, create or join workgroups and domains in two ways. Open System from Control Panel, and click Change Settings from Computer Name, Domain, And Workgroup Settings. You can also join a domain from here. Access similar settings from the Settings window, under System, from About.
- [Narrator] You may want to set up a network…when you have computers you'd like to share data among.…You can also share printers, backup devices,…and an internet connection too.…Before deciding on the type of network to create though,…make sure to review your choices.…If your computers are in different locations,…you can create user accounts on each of them…and store your data in the Cloud.…If those computers are in your home…and connected to a local area network, a homegroup will do.…If you have several computers though,…say more than 5 but less than 10,…they are in close proximity to each other,…and you run a small business,…you'd probably prefer a workgroup.…
And when you have more than that,…especially if you run a mid to large size company,…you'll probably opt for a domain.…Oftentimes networking solutions come about organically…and without much thought,…especially when there are only a few computers involved.…For instance, a small business might configure…a local area network to have computers…share an internet connection.…
Note: The course also maps to the third part of MCSA exam 70-698, Installing and Configuring Windows 10. Taking this course will prepare you for objectives in the Manage and Maintain Windows domain of the test.
- Configuring Windows Update
- Updating Windows apps
- Reviewing event logs
- Using Resource Monitor and Performance Monitor
- Managing security with Windows Defender
- Creating a recovery drive
- Restoring and recovering files
- Recovering the OS with Windows Recovery
- Configuring authorization and authentication
- Securing Windows 10 with passwords
- Joining workgroups and domains
- Creating and using accounts
- Automating tasks with PowerShell
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Configure Updates
2. Monitor Windows
3. Configure System and Data Recovery
4. Configure Authorization and Authentication
5. Configure Advanced
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