Microsoft: Test the Beta Version of New Exam 70-743
Microsoft has launched a new exam on Windows Server 2016 to update its learning program. This will allow you to improve your skills to MCSA. It’s now available in beta, which means that if you pass it you will receive full credit towards applicable certifications. However, you won’t be able to receive a score report nor pass/fail notification for 8-12 weeks after the end of the beta period. To obtain the Microsoft certification on Windows Server 2016, you must first pass the registration. This will take approximately 15 minutes. The online proctored exam can be taken in the privacy of your office or home.
This exam is ideal for IT professionals looking to obtain a certification. If you are familiar with Windows Server 2016 core services, this exam will meet your needs. You should have an MCSA: Windows Server 2008 certification or MCSA Windows Server 2012 R2 certificate.
This exam covers a broad range of questions and is useful for IT professionals who want to learn about key aspects of installation and storage, compute, networking, identity functionality, and network connectivity available in Windows Server 2016. Below are the topics covered in the Microsoft beta exam:
Install Windows Servers in both host and compute environments
Storage solutions should be implemented
Hyper-V can be implemented
Use Windows containers
Implement Domain Name System (DNS).
Implement IP Address Management (IPAM).
Remote access and network connectivity can be implemented
Install an advanced network infrastructure
Configure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS).
Implement identity federation, access solutions
You can also find video tutorials on the various question types in Microsoft exams. All information is available here.
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