There are three ways to organize your Windows network. In this video, you’ll learn about Windows HomeGroup, Windows Workgroups, and Windows Domains.
The Windows installation process includes an extensive list of options. In this video, you’ll learn about types of installations, disk partitioning, file systems, and other installation considerations.
An organization’s authentication servers are some of the most important services on the network. In this video, you’ll learn about TACACS and RADIUS misconfigurations, domain configurations, default passwords, and backdoors.
Windows includes a number of technologies that make it easy to connect and share resources on the network. In this video, you’ll learn about workgroups, domains, remote desktop, proxies, and network shares.
Collision domains may be a thing of the past, but broadcast domains continue to be relevant on our networks. In this video, you’ll learn the history of collision domains and how broadcast domains are used in today’s more modern networks.
The fundamental operation of the network uses many different technologies to ensure that traffic will flow properly between devices. In this video module, you’ll learn about status indicators, duplex settings, the difference between workgroups and domains, and much more.