Join Andrew Bettany for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Windows 10: Advanced Troubleshooting for Enterprise IT.
- [Instructor] Before you get started,…there are a few things you need to know.…In this course, I will focus on supporting…Windows 10 in an Enterprise environment,…and explore how you can troubleshoot…and respond to issues that you could encounter.…If you already use Windows 10,…then that will certainly help you.…In addition, you should have a good understanding…of supporting users,…and concepts such as networking and troubleshooting.…My other course in the library,…Windows 10: Troubleshooting for IT Support,…provides good fundamental skills…in an Enterprise environment.…
- Troubleshooting startup issues
- Using Windows 10 Safe Mode
- Creating a new BitLocker password
- Resolving a slow-running computer
- Managing device driver issues
- Fixing an incompatible application using a shim
- Troubleshooting computers remotely
- Troubleshooting network and remote connectivity
- Troubleshooting a VPN connection
- Migrating to a mobile device management solution
- Resolving sign-in issues
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Troubleshooting Startup Issues
2. Troubleshooting BitLocker
3. Troubleshooting Hardware Devices and Software
4. Troubleshooting Computers Remotely
5. Troubleshooting Network and Remote Connectivity
6. Troubleshooting VPN Connections
7. Troubleshooting Group Policy and MDM Issues
8. Troubleshooting User Sign-On Issues
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