M20695 – Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps
This five-day course describes how to assess operating system and application deployment options, determine the most appropriate deployment strategy, and then implement a deployment solution for Windows devices and apps that meets your environment’s needs. Solutions that this course details include operating system deployment scenarios ranging from high-touch solutions to zero-touch solutions. It also discusses the technologies that you use to implement these solutions, including the MDT and Configuration Manager.
Module 1: Assessing the network environment for supporting operating system and application deployment
Module 2: Determining operating system deployment stratégies
Module 3: Assessing application compatibility
Module 4: Planning and implementing user state migration
Module 5: Determining an image management strategy
Module 6: Preparing for deployments by using the Windows ADK
Module 7: Supporting PXE-initiated and multicast operating system deployments
Module 8: Implementing operating system deployment by using the MDT
Module 9: Managing operating system deployment
Module 10: Integrating MDT and Configuration Manager for operating system deployment
Module 11: Activating clients and managing additional configuration settings
Module 12: Deploying Office 2016
This five-day course is for IT professionals who deploy, manage, and maintain PCs, devices, and apps across medium, large, and enterprise organizations. Typically, this course’s audience has a desktop-support background, and have worked as Enterprise Desktop Administrators. A significant portion of this audience uses or intends to use Configuration Manager to manage and deploy PCs, devices, and enterprise applications. The Enterprise Desktop Administrator also might use several tools, including the Windows ADK and the MDT to support assessment, operating system, and application deployment tasks. Additionally, this course is for individuals who are interested in taking the MCSE exam 70-695: Deploying Windows Desktops and Enterprise Applications.
Before attending this course, students must have:
System administrator–level working knowledge of:
• Networking fundamentals, including common networking protocols, topologies, hardware, media, routing, switching, and addressing.
• Microsoft Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) principles and fundamentals of AD DS management.
• Installation, configuration, and troubleshooting for Windows-based personal computers.
• Basic concepts of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) security.
• Basic understanding of:
scripting and Windows PowerShell syntax.
Windows Server roles and services.
• Basic understanding of the management tasks that you can perform by using Configuration Manager.