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WINDOWS SERVER CONFIGURATION

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NTC 324 Week 1 Individual: Installation Storage and Compute with Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Lab Report
 

Submit your Microsoft Word document for the following Practice Labs to the Assignment Files tab:

 

 

 

“Install Server Core”
 

 

“Install Windows Server 2016”
 

 

“Configuring and Managing Nano Server”
 

 

“Working with Microsoft Assessment and Planning”
 

 

“Maintaining Operating System Images using DISM”
 

 

“Managing Operating System Images with Windows Deployment Services”
 

 

 

NTC 324 Week 2 Individual: Installation Storage and Compute with Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Lab Report

Submit your Microsoft® Word document for the following Practice Labs to the Assignment Files tab:

 

 

 

“Managing Local Storage and Virtual Hard Disks”
 

 

“Implementing Storage Pools”
 

 

“Configuring SMB and NFS File Shares”
 

 

“Managing iSCSI Storage”
 

 

“Installing and Configuring Data Deduplication”
 

 

“Implementing Centralized Event Logs”
 

 

 

 

NTC 324 Week 2 Individual: Configure Disks, Volumes, and Server Storage
 

Using the Practice Labs environment setup in the lab “Implementing Storage Pools,” configurea storage pool, virtual disk, volume, and view it in File Explorer.

Complete the following configuration for this lab:

 

 

 

Create a storage pool which meets the following specifications: 

 

 

 

Name the storage pool <YourLastNamePool
 

 

Use all available drives in the pool
 

 

 
 

 

Using the storage pool you just created, create a virtual disk which meets the following specifications: 

 

 

 

Virtual disk name: <YourLastNameDisk
 

 

Storage Layout: Parity
 

 

Provisioning Type: Fixed
 

 

Virtual disk size: <Choose an appropriate size
 

 

 
 

 

Using the virtual disk you created, configure a volume which meets the following specifications: 

 

 

 

Volume size: <Choose an appropriate size
 

 

Drive letter: <Choose an appropriate drive letter
 

 

File system: NTFS
 

 

Volume label: <YourLastNameVolume
 

 

 
 

 

Verify the status of the volume using File Explorer
 

 

Take screenshots of each lab step completed, and paste them into a single Microsoft® Word document.

Name the Microsoft® Word document “<Your Name Configure Disks Lab Results Week Two”.

Submit your Word document to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

NTC 324 Week 3 Individual: Installation Storage and Compute with Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Lab Report
 

Submit your Microsoft® Word document for the following Practice Labs to the Assignment Files tab:

 

 

 

“Enabling Nested Virtualization”
 

 

“Managing Virtual Machine Settings”
 

 

“Managing Virtual Machine Storage”
 

 

“Managing Virtual Machine Networks”
 

 

 

 

NTC 324 Week 3 Individual: Create Hyper-V® VHD and VHDX Virtual Drives
 

A virtual disk is a type of disk drive that works like a physical hard disk and is used by computer virtualization applications. Windows Server® 2016 Hyper-V® supports two virtual hard disk formats: VHD and VHDX.

Using the Practice Labs environment setup in the lab “Managing Virtual Machine Storage,” create two virtual hard drives using the following settings:

Disk 1:

 

 

 

Virtual Disk: <YourLastName1
 

 

Disk Format: VHD
 

 

Disk Type: Fixed size
 

 

File name: <YourLastName1.vhd
 

 

Size: <Choose an appropriate size
 

 

Disk 2:

 

 

 

Virtual Disk: <YourLastName2
 

 

Disk Format: VHDX
 

 

Disk Type: Dynamically expanding
 

 

File name: <YourLastName2.vhdx
 

 

Size: <Choose an appropriate size
 

 

Take screenshots of each lab step completed, and paste them into a single Microsoft® Word document.

Name the Microsoft® Word document, “<Your Name Virtual Disk Creation Lab Results Week Three”.

Submit your Word document to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

NTC 324 Week 4 Individual: Installation Storage and Compute with Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Lab Report
 

Submit your Microsoft® Word document for the following Practice Labs to the Assignment Files tab:

 

 

 

“Implementing Hyper-V Replica”
 

 

“Managing Hyper-V Fault Tolerance using Failover Clustering”
 

 

“Implementing Failover Clustering for Scale-out File Servers”
 

 

“Managing Virtual Machine Movement”
 

 

“Install and Configure Network Load Balancing”
 

 

 

 

NTC 324 Week 4 Individual: Failover Clustering Fault Tolerance Technical Guide
 

A failover cluster is a group of independent computers that work together to enhance the availability of applications and services. Failover clusters provide the fault tolerance and high availability of network services. If one of the nodes in the cluster fails, the other node takes over and begins to provide the service – a process known as failover.

Using the Practice Lab “Managing Hyper-V Fault Tolerance Using Failover Clustering” as an example, create a 3- to 4-page technical guide that documents each task for the following activities:

 

 

 

Prepare system requirements for failover clustering
 

 

Install and configure failover clustering
 

 

Install virtual machine role on failover cluster
 

 

Manage failover clustering
 

 

Include screenshots of the successful execution of each of the above activities. Your technical guide should not only document how to accomplish each of the above tasks, but should also document, with screenshots, the successful completion of each of the tasks in the Microsoft®Windows Server® 2016 Practice Labs environment.

Submit your technical guide to the Assignment Files tab.

 

 

NTC 324 Week 5 Individual: Installation Storage and Compute with Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Lab Report
 

Submit your Microsoft® Word document for the following Practice Labs to the Assignment Files tab:

 

 

 

“Managing Server Performance”
 

 

“Implement Windows Server Update Services”
 

 

 

 

 

NTC 324 Week 5 Individual: Performance Bottlenecks Technical Guide
 

Bottlenecks happen when a computer resource (CPU, disk, memory, network interface, and/or process) reaches its capacity, causing the performance of the entire system to slow down. Bottlenecks are usually caused by insufficient or misconfigured resources or faulty system components and frequent requests for resources by an application.

Rerun the section “Detecting System Bottlenecks” of the Practice Lab “Managing Server Performance.”

Complete the tasks for “Download Tools to Create System Bottlenecks” and “Create System Bottlenecks in CPU.”

Using the information from the lab and your observations, create a 2- to 3-page technical guide. In this guide, discuss how performance bottlenecks occur in the Windows Server® 2016 operating system. Identify what a system administrator can do to remove these bottlenecks from the system and improve system performance. Also, discuss how containers can be used to improve performance and isolate environments in Windows Server® 2016.

Submit your technical guide document to the Assignment Files tab.

 
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