Windows 10 Deploying and Troubleshooting


This course allows participants to learn about deployment scenarios and troubleshooting for the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system.

This course is recommended for anyone who will be administering Windows 10 devices in an organizational environment.


Fundamentals of computer networks and use of the Microsoft Windows 10 operating system.

Course Outline

There are several ways to deploy a Windows 10 operating system traditional, dynamic, or modern.

This module presents which is the best ideal scenario to implement and its differences and complications.

In a migration or upgrade process, maintaining user data is an extremely important process.

This module describes the type of existing profiles and how to manage them.

An identity manager is a hierarchical structure that stores information about the user, device, and more.

This module describes the difference between an on-premises and cloud identity manager and how you can use it with Windows 10.

Defining access allows the user not to perform operations that he is not supposed to perform.

This module describes the importance of a Group Policy and how to use it efficiently.

In a modern world, data is no longer located locally on the organization's premises, it is spread across multiple devices and used across multiple on-premises and cloud applications.

This module describes how the device accesses on-premises data externally in a secure way.

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