This five-day, instructor-led course provides you with the knowledge and skills to implement and manage desktop virtualization solutions. This course provides an overview of virtualization and the various Microsoft products that you can use to implement and deploy a virtualization solution. The course explains how to configure and manage a MED-V deployment. Then, it describes the procedures for deploying an App-V solution by implementing App-V servers and clients and by sequencing applications. The course then covers the configuration of Remote Desktop Services and RemoteApp programs. Finally, the course describes the concept of user state virtualization and procedures for configuring the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI).
- Basic skills with Windows Command line.
- Monitoring and Management Tools.
- AD DS, including Group Policy deployments.
- Performance Monitoring.
Module 1: Overview of Desktop Virtualization Scenarios
- Overview of Virtualization
- Overview of Virtualization Management
- Planning an Application and Desktop Virtualization Deployment
Module 2: Implementing Windows Virtual PC and Windows XP Mode
- Installing Windows Virtual PC
- Configuring Windows Virtual PC
- Installing, Configuring, and Managing the Windows XP Mode
- Creating and Deploying Custom Images of Windows XP Mode
Module 3: Implementing Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization
- Overview of MED-V
- Implementing MED-V Management Servers
- Implementing a MED-V Client
Module 4: Configuring and Deploying MED-V Images
- Configuring MED-V Images
- Deploying MED-V Images
Module 5: Managing a MED-V Deployment
- Implementing the MED-V Workspace Policy
- Working with MED-V Workspace
- Reporting and Troubleshooting MED-V
Module 6: Implementing Microsoft Application Virtualization
- Introduction to Application Virtualization
- Planning for Application Virtualization
- Deploying Application Virtualization Servers
Module 7: Planning and Deploying App-V Clients
- Overview of the App-V Client
- Installing and Configuring the App-V Client
- Managing Client Configuration Features
Module 8: Managing and Administering Application Virtualization
- Using the Application Virtualization Management Console
- Publishing Applications into the App-V Environment
- Performing Advanced Administration Tasks for Application Virtualization
Module 9: Sequencing Applications for Virtualization
- Overview of Application Sequencing
- Planning and Configuring the Sequencer Environment
- Performing Application Sequencing
- Advanced Sequencing Scenarios
Module 10: Configuring Remote Desktop Services and RemoteApp
- Overview of RDS
- Publishing RemoteApp by Using RDS
- Accessing RemoteApp Programs from Clients
Module 11: Implementing User State Virtualization
- Overview of User State
- Configuring Roaming Profiles and Folder Redirection
Module 12: Configuring Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
- Overview of Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V
- Introduction to VDI
- Configuring Personal and Pooled Virtual Desktops
Module 13: Summary of Desktop Virtualization Technologies
- Review of Desktop Virtualization Technologies
- Real-World Usage Scenarios
- Plan desktop virtualization scenarios.
- Implement and configure Windows Virtual PC and the Windows XP mode.
- ImplementMicrosoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization.
- Configure and deploy MED-V images.
- Manage a MED-V deployment.
- Implement App-V servers.
- Plan and deploy Application Virtualization clients.
- Administer the App-V infrastructure by using the App-V Management Console.
- Sequence applications for deployment by using the App-V infrastructure or a standalone installation.
- Configure and use Remote Desktop Services and RemoteApp programs.
- Implement user state virtualization.
- Configure and use Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.
- Compare and review the various desktop virtualization technologies.
This course is intended for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 system and desktop administrators who will manage and implement desktop and application virtualization technologies within their networks.
The students for this course typically are responsible for implementing their organizations’ desktop and application virtualization, or their information technology (IT) management has directed them to research and/or implement desktop and application virtualization in the existing environment. Students should have a minimum of 1.5 years of experience working with Windows Server 2008 as a server or desktop administrator. This course does not require prior experience with virtualization. However, we highly recommend familiarity with virtualization concepts and management tools.
- This course helps candidates prepare for Exam 70-669.
- When you pass Exam 70-669: TS: Windows Server 2008 R2, Desktop Virtualization, you complete the requirements for the following certification(s):
- Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Windows Server 2008 R2, Desktop Virtualization
- Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Virtualization Administrator
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