IT Professionals are faced with a number of unique challenges upon the release of a new version of the Operating System. Upgrade path options from earlier versions can often be confusing, and the challenge of moving existing services from versions that cannot be upgraded can carry significant risk. Windows Server 2012 is the most significant release of Windows Server to date providing many options for upgrading and migrating that the IT Pro can use to ensure seamless transition to this new Server Platform. This course will expose you to all these tools, and show you how Windows Server 2012 can ease your transition, not merely in upgrading earlier versions of Windows Server, but also ensuring that your key services can be migrated in an efficient, cost-effective and safe manner.
This module will take you through the entire upgrade procedure from a machine running Windows Server 2008 R2 to one running Windows Server 2012.
This module will take you through the basic usage techniques for the Windows Server migration tools from PowerShell, showing you how to open those up from a single click in a PowerShell environment with the snap ins enabled through to how to add the snap ins in manually.
This module will take you through the AD upgrade steps from Windows Server 2003 R2 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
In this module you will learn about migrating Windows Server Update Services from a server running Windows Server 2008 R2 to one running Windows Server 2012.
This module will examine the migration process of taking a print server, running on Windows Server 2008 R2 and migrating all of the printers across to a new server running Windows Server 2012 print and document services.
This module step you through taking an IP configuration data running from a Windows Server 2008 R2 and move that configuration to a new member server running Windows Server 2012.
This module will take you through the steps to migrate your cluster existing Windows Server cluster to a Windows Server 2012 Cluster.
This module will examine migrating the file server and DHCP server workload from a Windows Server 2003 R2 server to one running Windows Server 2012.
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