Extend your on-premises Windows Server deployments to the cloud with Azure
In Mastering Windows Server 2022 with Azure Cloud Services: IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS, 5-time Microsoft MVP Winner William Panek delivers a comprehensive and practical blueprint for planning, implementing, and managing environments that include Azure IaaS-hosted Windows Server-based workloads.
You’ll learn to use the expansive, hybrid capabilities of Azure, how to migrate virtual and physical server workloads to Azure IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS, and how to manage and secure Azure virtual machines running Windows Server 2022.
This book also offers:
- Foundational explanations of core Azure capabilities, including Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)
- Explorations of the tools you’ll need to implement Azure solutions, including Windows Admin Center and PowerShell
- Examples of implementing identity in Hybrid scenarios, including Azure AD DS on Azure IaaS and managed AD DS
Perfect for IT professionals who manage on-premises Windows Server environments, seek to use Azure to manage server workloads, and want to secure virtual machines running on Windows Server 2022, Mastering Windows Server 2022 with Azure Cloud Services: IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS is also a must-read resource for anyone involved in administering or operating Microsoft Azure IaaS workloads.
Cover Title Page Copyright Page Contents at a Glance Contents Introduction Who Should Read This Book? What’s Inside? Recommended Home Lab Setup How to Contact Sybex or the Author Chapter 1 Understanding Windows Server Features and Advantages of Windows Server Deciding Which Windows Server 2022 Version to Use Deciding on the Type of Installation Removed Features The Bottom Line Chapter 2 Understanding Virtualization Introduction to Virtualization Hyper-V Features Hyper-V Architecture Hyper-V Operating Systems Linux and FreeBSD Image Deployments Virtualization in Azure The Bottom Line Chapter 3 Installing and Configuring Hyper-V Hyper-V Installation and Configuration Hyper-V Requirements Install the Hyper-V Role Hyper-V in Server Manager Using Hyper-V Manager Configure Hyper-V Settings Manage Virtual Switches Managing Virtual Hard Disks Configuring Virtual Machines Creating and Managing Virtual Machines Linux and FreeBSD Image Deployments PowerShell Commands The Bottom Line Chapter 4 Installing Windows Server Installing the Windows Server 2022 OS Installing with the Desktop Experience Installing Windows Server 2022 Server Core Activating and Servicing Windows Key Management Service Automatic Virtual Machine Activation Active Directory-Based Activation Servicing Windows Server Configuring Windows Server Updates Windows Update Using Windows Server Update Services Understanding Features On Demand The Bottom Line Chapter 5 Understanding IP Understanding TCP/IP Details of the TCP/IP Model How TCP/IP Layers Communicate Understanding Port Numbers Understanding IP Addressing The Hierarchical IP Addressing Scheme Understanding Network Classes Subnetting a Network Implementing Subnetting An Easier Way to Apply Subnetting Applying Subnetting the Traditional Way Working with Classless Inter-Domain Routing Supernetting Understanding IPv6 IPv6 History and Need New and Improved IPv6 Concepts IPv6 Addressing Concepts IPv6 Integration/Migration The Bottom Line Chapter 6 Implementing DNS Introducing DNS HOSTS File Understanding Servers, Clients, and Resolvers Understanding the DNS Process Introducing DNS Database Zones Understanding Primary Zones Understanding Secondary Zones Understanding Active Directory Integrated DNS Understanding Stub Zones GlobalName Zones Zone Transfers and Replication Advantages of DNS in Windows Server Background Zone Loading Support for IPv6 Addresses Support for Read-Only Domain Controllers DNS Socket Pools DNS Cache Locking Response Rate Limiting Unknown Record Support IPv6 Root Hints DNS Security Extensions DNS Devolution Record Weighting Netmask Ordering DnsUpdateProxy Group DNS Policies Introducing DNS Record Types Start of Authority (SOA) Records Name Server Records Host Record Alias Record Pointer Record Mail Exchanger Record Service Record Configuring DNS Installing DNS Load Balancing with Round Robin Configuring a Caching-Only Server Setting Zone Properties Configuring Zones for Dynamic Updates Delegating Zones for DNS DNS Forwarding Manually Creating DNS Records DNS Aging and Scavenging DNS PowerShell Commands The Bottom Line Chapter 7 Understanding Active Directory Verifying the File System Resilient File System (ReFS) NTFS Verifying Network Connectivity Basic Connectivity Tests Tools and Techniques for Testing Network Configuration Understanding Active Directory Domains Trees Forests Understanding Domain and Forest Functionality About the Domain Functional Level About Forest Functionality Planning the Domain Structure Installing Active Directory Improved Active Directory Features Read-Only Domain Controllers Active Directory Prerequisites The Installation Process Installing Additional Domain Controllers by Using Install from Media Verifying Active Directory Installation Using Event Viewer Using Active Directory Administrative Tools Testing from Clients Creating and Configuring Application Data Partitions Creating Application Data Partitions Managing Replicas Removing Replicas Using ntdsutil to Manage Application Data Partitions Configuring DNS Integration with Active Directory The Bottom Line Chapter 8 Administering Active Directory Active Directory Overview Understanding Active Directory Features Understanding Security Principals An Overview of OUs The Purpose of OUs Benefits of OUs Planning the OU Structure Logical Grouping of Resources Understanding OU Inheritance Delegating Administrative Control Applying Group Policies Creating OUs Managing OUs Moving, Deleting, and Renaming OUs Administering Properties of OUs Delegating Control of OUs Creating and Managing Active Directory Objects Overview of Active Directory Objects Managing Object Properties Understanding Groups Filtering and Advanced Active Directory Features Moving, Renaming, and Deleting Active Directory Objects Resetting an Existing Computer Account Understanding Dynamic Access Control Managing Security and Permissions Publishing Active Directory Objects Making Active Directory Objects Available to Users Publishing Printers Publishing Shared Folders PowerShell for Active Directory The Bottom Line Chapter 9 Configuring DHCP Understanding DHCP Introducing the DORA Process Advantages and Disadvantages of DHCP Ipconfig Lease Options Understanding Scope Details Installing and Authorizing DHCP Installing DHCP Introducing the DHCP Snap-In Authorizing DHCP for Active Directory Creating and Managing DHCP Scopes Creating a New Scope in IPv4 Creating a New Scope in IPv6 Changing Scope Properties (IPv4 and IPv6) Changing Server Properties Managing Reservations and Exclusions Setting Scope Options for IPv4 Activating and Deactivating Scopes Creating a Superscope for IPv4 Creating IPv4 Multicast Scopes Integrating Dynamic DNS and IPv4 DHCP Using DHCP Failover Architecture Working with the DHCP Database Files Working with Advanced DHCP Configuration Options Implement DHCPv6 Configure High Availability for DHCP, Including DHCP Failover and Split Scopes Configure DHCP Name Protection PowerShell Commands The Bottom Line Chapter 10 Building Group Policies Introducing Group Policy Understanding Group Policy Settings The Security Settings Section of the GPO Client-Side Extensions Group Policy Objects Group Policy Inheritance Planning a Group Policy Strategy Implementing Group Policy Creating GPOs Linking Existing GPOs to Active Directory Forcing a GPO to Update Managing Group Policy Managing GPOs Security Filtering of a Group Policy Delegating Administrative Control of GPOs Controlling Inheritance and Filtering Group Policy Assigning Script Policies Understanding the Loopback Policy Managing Network Configuration Configuring Network Settings Automatically Enrolling User and Computer Certificates in Group Policy Redirecting Folders Managing GPOs with Windows PowerShell Group Policy Cmdlets Item-Level Targeting Back Up, Restore, Import, Copy, and Migration Tables The Bottom Line Chapter 11 Advanced Group Policy Options Deploying Software Through a GPO The Software Management Life Cycle The Windows Installer Deploying Applications Implementing Software Deployment Preparing for Software Deployment Software Restriction Policies Using AppLocker Group Policy Slow Link Detection Publishing and Assigning Applications Applying Software Updates Verifying Software Installation Configuring Automatic Updates in Group Policy Configuring Software Deployment Settings The Software Installation Properties Dialog Box Removing Programs Microsoft Windows Installer Settings Troubleshooting Group Policies RSoP in Logging Mode RSoP in Planning Mode Using the gpresult.exe Command Using the Group Policy Infrastructure Status Dashboard The Bottom Line Chapter 12 Understanding Cloud Concepts Understand Cloud Concepts Cloud Advantages Understanding CapEx vs. OpEx Understanding Different Cloud Concepts Understanding the Difference between IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS Infrastructure as a Service Platform as a Service Software as a Service Compare and Contrast the Service Types The Bottom Line Chapter 13 Configuring Azure Understanding Azure Benefits Azure Benefits Understanding the Azure Dashboards Using the Azure Dashboard Configuring the Azure Portal Settings The Bottom Line Chapter 14 Understanding Azure Active Directory Azure Active Directory Understanding Azure AD Self-Service Password Reset The Bottom Line Chapter 15 Creating a Hybrid Network Creating a Hybrid Network Password Hash Synchronization with Azure AD Azure Active Directory Pass-Through Authentication Federation with Azure AD Common Identity Scenarios Azure AD Connect Implement Active Directory Federation Services What Is a Claim? AD FS in Windows Server Configuring a Web Application Proxy Active Directory Federation Services Installation AD FS and AD Connect Planning Azure AD Authentication Options Azure AD Multi-Factor Authentication Azure AD Connect Sync—Understand and Customize Synchronization Creating an Azure Recovery Policy Model Apps Automate Tasks in Recovery Plans Run a Test Failover on Recovery Plans Create a Recovery Plan The Bottom Line Chapter 16 Understanding Microsoft Endpoint Using Microsoft Endpoint Manager Understanding AutoPilot Autopilot Benefits Autopilot Prerequisites Deployment Scenarios Planning for Secure Applications Data on Devices Configuring Managed Apps for Mobile Application Management (MAM) Protecting Enterprise Data using Windows Information Protection (WIP) The Bottom Line Chapter 17 Configuring Security Managing Windows Security Windows Defender Security Center Configuring Windows Firewall Understanding Windows Firewall Basics Windows Firewall with Advanced Security Managing Security Implementing Azure Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection Understanding Windows Defender Application Guard Understanding Windows Defender Credential Guard Implementing and Managing Windows Defender Exploit Guard Using Windows Defender Application Control The Bottom Line Chapter 18 Creating Azure Policies Azure Devices and Policies Compliance Policies Device Configuration Profiles PowerShell Commands The Bottom Line Appendix: The Bottom Line Chapter 1: Understanding Windows Server 2022 Chapter 2: Understanding Virtualization Chapter 3: Installing and Configuring Hyper-V Chapter 4: Installing Windows Server Chapter 5: Understanding IP Chapter 6: Implementing DNS Chapter 7: Understanding Active Directory Chapter 8: Administering Active Directory Chapter 9: Configuring DHCP Chapter 10: Building Group Policies Chapter 11: Advanced Group Policy Options Chapter 12: Understanding Cloud Concepts Chapter 13: Configuring Azure Chapter 14: Understanding Azure Active Directory Chapter 15: Creating a Hybrid Network Chapter 16: Understanding Microsoft Endpoint Chapter 17: Configuring Security Chapter 18: Creating Azure Policies Index EULA
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