AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure Course

AZ-800T00 Course

The 4-days instructor-led AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure course offers a comprehensive understanding of core concepts related to hybrid cloud infrastructure. With exclusive practical labs and real-world scenarios, this extensive course will enable you to master the administration of hybrid infrastructure solutions.
Through this course, you will be equipped with the skills required to deploy and manage Windows Server, Azure AD, and Azure VM. Enroll now and become an expert in hybrid cloud infrastructure administration with the AZ-800T00 course.

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AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure: Course Overview

AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure is a course designed for IT professionals who want to learn the management of core Windows Server workloads and services using a combination of on-cloud technologies, hybrid and premises. 

Throughout the course, you will gain an in-depth understanding of execution and management related to on-premises and hybrid solutions such as computing, storage, identity, networking, and management in hybrid environment. You will also learn to deploy and manage Azure services on-premises and in Azure.

With the help of experienced instructors, you will develop the skills required to work on robust hybrid infrastructure solutions, including managing Windows Server, Azure Arc, and Azure Stack HCI. The course also provides access to labs' to help you gain hands-on experience in deploying and managing hybrid solutions.

Upon completion of the course, you will be equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to manage core Windows Server workloads and services in a hybrid environment, making you a valuable asset for any organization.

Course Curriculum

Target Audience

  • Windows Server Hybrid Administrators

Course Objectives

Upon completing the course, learners will:

  • Utilize admin methods and instruments in the Windows Server platform. 
  • Detect appropriate tools utilized to execute hybrid solutions, consisting PowerShell & Windows Admin Center. 
  • Deploy identity services within Windows Server. 
  • Execute identity in hybrid environments. 
  • Combine Azure AD DS with Azure AD. 
  • Oversee network infrastructure services. 
  • Configure networking and storage for Azure VMs operating with Windows Server and deploy them. 
  • Management of Windows Server IaaS remotely. 
  • Management of Azure VMs that are operating with Windows Server. 
  • Set up file servers and storage configurations. 
  • Execute File Services within hybrid situations, leveraging Azure Sync and Azure Files.



  • IT professionals who already have a good understanding of core Microsoft technologies, including compute, networking, storage, and virtualization.
  • Candidates must have prior experience working with Windows Server management tools. 
  • In-depth understanding of core networking concepts, such as name resolution, IP addressing, and DHCP. 
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Hyper-V and server virtualization concepts is also required. 

Non-Mandatory but recommended: 

  • Candidates have a basic understanding of implementing and managing Microsoft Azure IaaS services, as well as some understanding of Azure Active Directory. 
  • Additionally, prior experience with Windows PowerShell would be beneficial for the course.

About Related Certification: (Microsoft Certified Windows Server Hybrid Administrator Associate Certification)

This certification validates the skills required to implement and manage on-premises and hybrid solutions, including identity, management, computing, networking, and storage. Candidates will learn to use administrative techniques and tools in Windows Server, integrate Azure AD DS with Azure AD, and implement File Services in hybrid scenarios, among other critical skills. This certification is an excellent choice for IT professionals seeking to advance their careers in hybrid environments. For earning this certification, it is suggested to take AZ-800T00: Administering Windows Server Hybrid Core Infrastructure course and attempt the exam.

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Course Outline

  • Describe AD DS
  • Describe users, groups, and computers
  • Identify and describe AD DS forests and domains
  • Describe OUs
  • Manage objects and their properties in AD DS
  • Deploy AD DS, domain controllers
  • Maintain AD DS, domain controllers
  • Describe the AD DS global catalog role and its placement considerations
  • Describe AD DS operations master roles, their placement considerations, and their management tasks
  • Describe the AD DS schema and its management tasks
  • Describe GPOs
  • Describe GPO scope and inheritance
  • Describe domain-based GPOs
  • Create and configure GPOs
  • Explain GPO storage
  • Describe administrative templates and the Central Store
  • Identify the purpose, types, and process of creating trust relationships
  • Describe the purpose and the process of implementing ESAE forests
  • Monitor and troubleshoot AD DS replication
  • Identify the purpose and the process of creating custom AD DS partitions
  • Select an Azure AD integration model
  • Plan for Azure AD integration
  • Prepare on-premises AD DS for directory synchronization
  • Install and configure directory synchronization using Azure AD Connect
  • Implement Seamless Single Sign-on (SSO)
  • Enable Azure AD login for an Azure Windows virtual machine (VM)
  • Describe Azure AD DS
  • Implement and configure Azure AD DS
  • Manage Windows Server 2019 in an Azure AD DS instance
  • Join a Windows Server VM to a managed domain
  • Select an option to implement directory and identity services by using Active Directory Domain
  • Services (AD DS) in Azure
  • Deploy and configure AD DS domain controllers in Azure VMs
  • Install a replica AD DS domain controller in an Azure VM
  • Install a new AD DS forest on an Azure VNet
  • Explain least privilege administrative models
  • Implement delegated privilege
  • Describe privileged access workstations
  • Describe jump servers
  • Describe Windows Admin Center
  • Describe how to use Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) to manage servers
  • Describe Server Manager
  • Describe how to use Windows PowerShell to manage servers
  • Explain how to use Windows PowerShell to administer a server remotely
  • Explain post-installation configuration and describe the available post-installation configuration tools
  • Use Sconfig to configure Windows Server
  • Describe Desired State Configuration (DSC) and explain how to use it to configure Windows Server
  • Use Windows Admin Center to perform post-installation configuration
  • Implement answer files to complete the configuration
  • Explain the concept of Just Enough Administration (JEA)
  • Define role group capabilities and session configurations for a JEA session
  • Create and connect to a JEA endpoint
  • Lab: Create a session configuration file to register a JEA endpoint
  • Select appropriate remote administration tools
  • Secure management connections to Windows Azure IaaS VMs with Azure Bastion
  • Configure JIT VM access
  • Describe Azure Arc
  • Explain how to onboard on-premises Windows Server instances in Azure Arc
  • Connect hybrid machines to Azure from the Azure portal
  • Use Azure Arc to manage devices
  • Restrict access using RBAC
  • Describe the functionality and features of Hyper-V on Windows Server
  • Install Hyper-V on Windows Server
  • Describe the options for managing Hyper-V virtual machines (VMs) on Windows Server
  • Describe networking features and functionality in Hyper-V on Windows Server
  • Create virtual switches (vSwitches) for use with Hyper-V
  • Describe using nested virtualization in Hyper-V
  • Describe settings, configuration, and generation versions available for VMs in Windows Server 2019
  • Identify virtual hard disk (VHD) formats and types
  • Create and configure a VM
  • Determine storage options for VMs
  • Describe shared VHDs and VHD Sets
  • Describe host and guest clustering with shared VHDs
  • Describe the features and functionality of the HGS in Windows Server
  • Describe the attestation options available with the HGS
  • Describe shielded VMs, their creation, and their deployment
  • Describe containers and how they work
  • Explain the difference between containers and virtual machines (VMs)
  • Describe the difference between process isolation and Hyper-V isolation modes
  • Describe Docker and how it's used to manage Windows containers
  • Identify the container-based images available from the Microsoft Container Registry
  • Understand the process for running a Windows container
  • Explain how to manage containers using Windows Admin Center (WAC)
  • Describe container orchestration
  • Describe Kubernetes
  • Describe how to create a Kubernetes cluster
  • Describe Azure Arc for Kubernetes
  • Describe Azure compute
  • Describe Azure storage
  • Deploy Azure VMs
  • Create a VM from the Azure portal
  • Create a VM from Azure Cloud Shell
  • Deploy Azure VMs by using templates
  • Create a generalized image
  • Create a new VM from a generalized image
  • Create a managed image of a generalized VM in Azure
  • Create a VM from a managed image
  • Describe Azure Image Builder
  • Use Azure Image Builder to create a Windows image
  • Describe Azure automation
  • Implement Azure automation with DSC
  • Remediate noncompliant servers
  • Describe the custom script extension
  • Configure a VM by using DSC extensions
  • Describe the DHCP Server role
  • Install and configure the DHCP Server role
  • Configure DHCP options
  • Create and configure a DHCP scope
  • Describe high availability options for DHCP
  • Describe DHCP Failover and explain how to configure it
  • Describe Windows Server DNS
  • Describe DNS zones and records
  • Install and configure the DNS role and DNS zones
  • Describe how to implement DNS forwarding
  • Describe IPAM
  • Deploy IPAM
  • Describe how to administer IPAM
  • Configure IPAM options
  • Manage DNS zones with IPAM
  • Manage DHCP servers with IPAM
  • Use IPAM to manage IP addressing
  • Describe the remote access options available in Windows Server
  • Select VPN options and set up VPN servers
  • Describe the NPS server roles
  • Plan and implement NPS
  • Determine when to deploy PKI for remote access
  • Identify the authentication options for Web Application Proxy and explain how to use it to publish applications
  • Describe Azure network topologies
  • Implement an Azure VPN
  • Explain how to create a route-based VPN gateway using the Azure portal
  • Implement Azure ExpressRoute
  • Implement an Azure WAN
  • Implement DNS resolution in hybrid environments
  • Implement DNS in Azure
  • Describe DNS options for Azure IaaS VMs
  • Implement split-horizon DNS in Azure
  • Troubleshoot DNS in Azure
  • Create and configure an Azure DNS zone
  • Implement an Azure virtual network
  • Implement IP Address Allocation in Azure
  • Assign and manage IP addresses
  • Configure a private IP address for an Azure virtual machine
  • Create a virtual machine with a static IP address
  • Implement IaaS VM IP routing
  • Implement IPv6 for Windows IaaS Virtual Machines
  • Describe the Windows Server file system
  • Describe the benefits and use of File Server Resource Manager
  • Describe SMB and its security considerations
  • Manage SMB configuration
  • Describe Volume Shadow Copy Service
  • Describe the architecture and components of Storage Spaces
  • Describe the functionality, benefits, and use cases of Storage Spaces
  • Implement Storage Spaces
  • Describe the functionality, components, and use cases of Storage Spaces Direct
  • Implement Storage Spaces Direct
  • Describe the architecture, components, and Data Deduplication functionality, components, and use cases of Data Deduplication
  • Describe the use cases and interoperability of Data Deduplication
  • Implement Data Deduplication
  • Manage and maintain Data Deduplication
  • Describe iSCSI functionality, components, and use cases
  • Describe the considerations for implementing iSCSI
  • Implement iSCSI
  • Describe implementing high-availability iSCSI configurations
  • Describe the functionality and components of Storage Replica
  • Describe the prerequisites for implementing Storage Replica
  • Implement Storage Replica
  • Describe Azure file services
  • Configure Azure file services
  • Configure connectivity to Azure file services
  • Describe Azure File Sync
  • Implement Azure File Sync
  • Deploy Azure File Sync
  • Manage cloud tiering
  • Migrate from DFSR to Azure File Sync

Course Reviews


The AZ-800T00 course is designed to teach IT professionals especially Windows Server Hybrid Administrators, how to manage core Windows Server workloads and services using on-premises, hybrid, and cloud technologies.

The prerequisites for this course include experience with common Windows Server management tools, basic knowledge of core Microsoft compute, storage, networking, and virtualization technologies, experience and understanding of core networking technologies, experience working with and understanding of Microsoft Hyper-V, and basic experience with managing Windows Server operating system and workloads in on-premises scenarios.

The AZ-800T00 course is a 4-days instructor-led course.

The Microsoft Certified Windows Server Hybrid Administrator Associate certification validates the skills required to manage and administer core Windows Server workloads and services in a hybrid environment. To earn this certification, candidates must pass the AZ-800T00 course and exam.

The mode of the training is instructor-led online.

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