MCSA: Windows Server 2016 eLearning

Course Code: Microsoft MCSA

$1,895.00 $1,495.00 | 12 months access to eLearning, labs and exams

Gain hands on experience and an understanding of the installation, implementation, management and troubleshooting processes required to successfully maintain and support technologies for Windows Server 2016.


$ 1495

Delivery method



90 Hours

What's included?

eLearning, practice labs & exams

Course overview

Course overview

This course includes all three modules required to attain a Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): Windows Server 2016 certification. In a practical learning environment, and under the guidance of a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), you will gain the necessary skills required to install, maintain and support Windows Server 2016.


Throughout this structured course you will learn how to: install servers; manage storage; use technologies such as Microsoft Hyper-V to support Windows Server 2016; network with Windows Server 2016; and implement, configure, maintain and troubleshoot Group Policy and Active Directory Domain Services in a distributed environment.


This course is designed for IT professionals who want to build on their existing Windows Server 2016 skills and gain their MCSA: Windows Server 2016 certification.




There are no prerequisites for this course, however students who enrol may benefit from previous experience using the Windows Server operating system, including work as a systems administrator.




After successfully completing this course, students will be competent in the core technical skills required to managed Microsoft infrastructure in an enterprise context and ready for a sustainable career in IT:

  • Preparing and installing servers;
  • Planning server upgrades and migration strategies;
  • Describing, implementing and managing storage options;
  • Installing and configuring Microsoft Hyper-V;
  • Deploying, configuring and managing Windows and Hyper-V containers;
  • Windows Server 2016 disaster recovery technologies;
  • Planning, creating and implementing failover clusters;
  • Creating and managing deployment images;
  • Monitoring and maintaining virtual machine installations;
  • Planning and implementing IPv4 and IPv6 networks;
  • Implementing Dynamic Host Configuration Protocols (DHCP), Domain Name Systems (DNS) and virtual private networks (VPNs);
  • Planning for remote access and implementing DirectAccess;
  • Implementing and managing IP address management (IPAM);
  • Networking within branch offices;
  • Configuring advanced networking features and implementing Software Defined Networking;
  • Installing and configuring domain controllers;
  • Implementing, managing, configuring and securing AD DS in various environments;
  • Managing objects in AS DS using graphical tools and Windows PowerShell;
  • Deploying and managing Group Policy Objects (GPOs) and using them to manage user settings;
  • Achieving synchronisation between AD DS and Azure AD;
  • Implementing and managing a Certificate Authority (CA) hierarchy with AD CS and deploying and managing certificates;
  • Administering Active Directory Rights Management Services (AS RMS);
  • Implementing and administering AD FS;
  • Establishing business continuity for AD DS service through monitoring and troubleshooting.