This study guide is provided as part of the Windows Server 2012 "Early Experts" Challenge and steps through the resources that I personally used when preparing for the following exam objectives on Exam 70-410, Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012:

  • Configure Server Roles and Features
    • Configure servers for remote management
    • Configure file and share access
    • Configure print and document services

Watch: Using Server Manager for Remote and Multi-Server Management

Study: Managing Multiple Remote Servers with Server Manager

Review these targeted study materials for each exam objective and task to evaluate your exam preparedness and learn the skills needed in this area of the exam.

Do It: Managing Multiple Servers with Server Manager and PowerShell 3.0

Complete this hands-on lab to gain additional experience with managing multiple servers with the new Server Manager tool and PowerShell 3.0

Study and Do: Configure File and Share Access

Complete these study materials and hands-on steps to gain experience with configuring shared folders and permissions in Windows Server 2012.

Additional Reading: File and Share Access

Review these additional reading materials to understand Volume Shadow Copy Service ( VSS ) and NTFS Disk Quotas.

Study and Do: Configure Print and Document Services

Complete these study materials and hands-on steps to gain experience with configuring print and document services in Windows Server 2012.

Additional Reading: Print and Document Services

Review these additional reading materials to gain more background with installing, configuring and migrating Print and Document Services.

What's Next?

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Keith