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MS20416 - Implementing Desktop Application Environments (MS20416)

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  • Prerequisites
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  • Content
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Course Overview

Duration: 5 Days

In this five-day course, build the skills you need to design, deploy, and manage a physical and virtual Windows Server® 2012 application management infrastructure, and focus on using Microsoft System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 (SP1). You will also learn to design, deploy, and manage Windows® 8 Enterprise applications in a physical and virtual environment and in the cloud. This course is designed for experienced IT professionals who support medium to large enterprises, have previous experience working with operating systems running Windows Server, have their Windows 2012 Server certification (MCSA), and have taken course 20413: Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure or have equivalent skills.

Note: This course maps to the skills and knowledge measured by Microsoft Exam 70-416: Implementing Desktop Application Environments.

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for Information Technology professionals who are interested in specializing in Windows 8 application deployments and managing the application environments for large organizations. People attending this training could be support technicians or currently in deployment roles and are considering taking the next step in their career or enhancing their skills in the areas of planning and deploying Windows 8 desktops.

 

A secondary audience for this course is IT professionals who are looking to take one or both exams: 70‑415: Implementing an Enterprise Desktop and Device Infrastructure and 70‑416: Implementing Desktop Application Environments as a stand-alone, or as part of the requirement for the MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure certification.

Course Certifications

This course is part of the following Certifications:

Prerequisites

This course requires that you meet the following prerequisites:

The attendee should have experience administering Windows Server in an environment that typically has the following characteristics:

  • 2,500 to 50,000 or more users

  • Multiple physical locations and multiple domain controllers

  • Network services and resources such as messaging, databases, file and print, firewalls, Internet access, an intranet, and client computer management

The attendee should have:

  • Experience supporting Windows 8 client desktops and deploying and managing applications, both physical and virtual.

  • An MCSA and 20415B or equivalent knowledge.

In addition to their professional experience, students who attend this training should already have the following technical knowledge, and should:

  • Have solid understanding of TCP/IP and networking concepts.

  • Have a solid understanding of Windows and Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), for example, domain user accounts, domain vs. local user accounts, user profiles, and group membership.

  • Understand how to use scripts and batch files.

  • Have solid understanding of security concepts such as authentication and authorization.

  • Be able to perform a clean installation of Windows 8, upgrade to Windows 8, and migrate user-related data and settings from Windows XP.

  • Be able to configure disks, partitions, volumes, and device drivers to enable Windows 8 to function as desired.

  • Be able to configure and troubleshoot permissions and other settings to allow access to resources and applications on Windows 8 systems.

  • Be able to configure settings to enable network connectivity.

  • Be able to configure and troubleshoot a wireless network connection.

  • Be able to configure and troubleshoot Windows 8 security.

  • Be able to configure mobile computers and devices.

  • Understand the client administration capabilities of Windows Server and be familiar with management tools such as the Microsoft System Center suite of products.

  • Understand the concepts of deployment, packaging, and imaging.

  • Have a familiarity with SQL Server concepts.

Students who attend this training can meet the prerequisites by attending the following courses, or obtaining equivalent knowledge and skills:

  • 20410B: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012

  • 20411B: Administering Windows Server 2012

  • 20412B: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 services

  • 20415B: Implementing a Desktop Infrastructure

Course Objectives

After completing this course, students will be able to:

  • Design an application distribution strategy that is appropriate for an organizational environment.

  • Diagnose and remediate application compatibility problems for desktop and presentation virtualization-based deployments.

  • Use Group Policy and Windows Intune™ to deploy applications to client devices.

  • Deploy applications centrally using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1.

  • Configure self-service application deployment using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1, System Center 2012 Service Manager SP1, and Windows Store apps.

  • Design and deploy Windows Server 2012 roles and features to support presentation virtualization.

  • Prepare, deploy and manage applications for Remote Desktop, RemoteApp, and Remote Desktop Web Access.

  • Design and deploy Windows Server 2012 roles and features to support application virtualization.

  • Virtualize and deploy applications by using App-V and System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1.

  • Plan and configure the appropriate infrastructure to streamline the deployment of software updates to applications, and plan and configure application security.

  • Plan and implement application upgrades, supersedence, and application coexistence.

  • Monitor the deployment, performance, and utilization of applications and determine whether current application hosting platforms are meeting business needs.

Course Content

Module 1: Designing an Application Distribution Strategy

This module discusses the high-level aspects of designing an application distribution strategy. The topics covered can help students identify the aspects in an environment that influence application distribution and identify the most common distribution methods used in the Windows environment.

Lessons

  • Developing an Application Lifecycle Strategy

  • Determining Business Requirements for Application Distribution

  • Overview of Application Distribution Strategies

Lab : Designing an Application Distribution Strategy

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Describe how to develop an application lifecycle strategy.

  • Describe application distribution strategies.

  • Design an application distribution strategy.

Module 2: Diagnosing and Remediating Application Compatibility

 
This module describes the process for addressing common application compatibility issues experienced during a new operating system deployment. The module also explains how to use Microsoft Application Compatibility Toolkit (ACT) to help inventory, analyze, and mitigate application compatibility issues.

Lessons

  • Diagnosing Application Compatibility Issues

  • Evaluating and Implementing Remediation Solutions

  • Resolving Compatibility Issues by Using ACT

Lab : Diagnosing and Remediating Application Compatibility

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Understand important considerations for diagnosing application compatibility issues.

  • Resolve application compatibility issues with ACT

Module 3: Deploying Software by Using Group Policy and Windows Intune

This module discusses using Group Policy and Windows Intune to deploy software as part of a software deployment strategy. It also covers sideloading, which is the specialized software deployment method specific to Windows Store apps.

Lessons

  • Deploying Software by Using Group Policy

  • Sideloading Windows Store Apps

  • Deploying Software by Using Windows Intune

Lab : Centralizing Software Deployment by Using Group Policy and Windows Intune

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Deploy software centrally by using Group Policy.

    Install Windows Store apps by using sideloading.

  • Deploy software to clients by using Windows Intune.

Module 4: Deploying Applications by Using Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1
 
This module describes how to use System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1 to manage the software deployment and management lifecycle, including deploying software, targeting a group of user or computers, validating the success of software deployment, and removing software from computers when that software is no longer required.

Lessons

  • Understanding Software Deployment by Using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1

  • Deploying Software by Using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1

Lab : Deploying Applications by Using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Understand methods of deploying software with Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 (SP1).

 
Module 5: Configuring Self-Service Application Deployment
 
This module describes planning, configuring and using self‑service application deployment. It describes configuring self‑service application deployment for Windows Intune clients and for Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager clients, in addition to using Microsoft System Center 2012 - Service Manager and Microsoft System Center 2012 - Orchestrator to improve the self‑service application deployment process.

Lessons

  • Understanding Self-Service Application Deployment

  • Configuring Self-Service with Windows Intune

  • Self-Service Deployment by Using System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1

  • Self-Service Deployment with Service Manager and Orchestrator

Lab : Configuring Self-Service Application Deployment

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Plan self‑service application deployment.

  • Configure self‑service application deployment for Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager clients.

  • Use Microsoft System Center 2012 - Service Manager and Microsoft System Center 2012 - Orchestrator to improve the self‑service application deployment process.

Module 6: Designing and Implementing Presentation Virtualization Infrastructure

This module introduces you to presentation virtualization concepts and to the components that are used for presentation virtualization in computers running Windows so that you can plan the deployment of apps using presentation virtualization in your environment.

Lessons

  • Assessing Presentation Virtualization Requirements

  • Planning Presentation Virtualization Infrastructure

  • Deploying Presentation Virtualization Infrastructure

  • Extending the Presentation Virtualization Infrastructure

Lab : Deploying and Implementing Presentation Virtualization Infrastructure

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Describe how to assess presentation virtualization requirements.

  • Describe how to deploy presentation virtualization infrastructure.

Module 7: Preparing, Configuring, and Deploying Presentation Virtualization Applications

This module discusses presentation virtualization strategies and which strategy to use in a given situation. It also discusses how to deploy applications to Remote Desktop Session Host servers as traditional, RemoteApp, and Remote Desktop Web Access applications.

Lessons

  • Determining Presentation Virtualization Application Strategies

  • Planning and Deploying Remote Desktop, RemoteApp, and Remote Desktop Web Access

Lab : Configuring Applications for Presentation Virtualization

After completing this module, students will be able to:
  • Determine an appropriate presentation virtualization application strategy.

  • Plan how to deploy applications and deploy them to Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host) servers as traditional, RemoteApp, and Remote Desktop Web Access (RD Web Access) applications.

Module 8: Designing and Deploying an Application Virtualization Environment

This module discusses how to determine which application virtualization infrastructure model best suits an organization’s needs. Additionally, this module covers how to determine which Windows Server 2012 roles and features are needed to support the model you have selected, and which Group Policy settings should be configured.

Lessons

  • Overview of Application Virtualization Models

  • Deploying Application Virtualization Infrastructure Components

  • Configuring Application Virtualization Client Support

 

Course ID: MS20416


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