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- Balancing Priorities – 60 Slides
- Behavioral Interviews – 74 Slides
- Creative Problem Solving – 90 Slides
- Ethics In The Workplace – 59 Slides
- Meetings – 56 – Slides
- Navigating Difficult Conversations -46 – Slides
- Solid Business Writing – 66 – Slides
- Time Management – 98 – Slides
- Productive Work Habits -63- Slides

The A + Practice-Lab will provide you with the necessary platform to gain hands-on skills in fundamental computer technologies.

By completing the lab tasks you will improve your practical skills in Windows Operating Systems, Other Operating Systems and Technologies, Security, Software Troubleshooting and Operational Procedures.

These same tasks will help you understand the objectives and competencies required by the CompTIA A + (220-902) certification exam.

The CompTIA A + (220-902) is an entry-level certificate aimed at IT professionals or those seeking to enter into the industry. This Practice Lab focuses on the practical aspects of the CompTIA A + (220-902) exam objectives. It is therefore advised to refer to your own course materials to gain a deeper understanding of any theoretical aspects of the exam objectives.

No prior hands-on experience is required to use or complete this Practice Lab, however we recommend starting with our** IT Fundamentals V1.0**

Course Introduction | |||

JSS56: Introduction | 00:03:00 | ||

Module A: Installing Windows Part 1 | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module A | 00:10:00 | ||

JSS56: Installing Windows Part 1 Introduction | FREE | 00:00:22 | |

JSS56: Exercise 1: Task 1 – Create a new virtual machine | FREE | 00:02:00 | |

JSS56: Exercise 1: Task 2 – Install Windows 7 on the new virtual machine | 00:02:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1: Task 3 – Post-installation Windows setup | 00:02:00 | ||

Module B: Installing Windows Part 2 | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Installing Windows Part 2 | 00:00:41 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Create a repository folder for system images | 00:03:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Disable the screen-lock feature in Windows | 00:01:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Configure the Domain Member server | 00:01:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Configure Windows Deployment Services | 00:03:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Enable DHCP Server settings for a WDS client | 00:01:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Add a boot image into WDS | 00:01:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 4 – Configure PLABWIN803 for a legacy network adapter | 00:01:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 5 – Remotely install Windows 8.1 | 00:03:00 | ||

Module C: Retrieving System Information | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module C | 00:04:00 | ||

JSS56: Introduction – Retrieving System Information | 00:00:21 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Install CPU-Z | 00:01:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Access System Information | 00:01:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Verify System Information | 00:01:04 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Run msinfo.32.exe to collect system data | 00:01:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – View system information of PLABWIN810 | 00:00:42 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Collect and view system information from remote computers | 00:02:25 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 4 – Enable the relevant ports on PLABWIN701 | 00:00:55 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 5 – Retry collecting System Information from PLABWIN701 | 00:01:37 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Download and Install Oracle VirtualBox | 00:02:07 | ||

JSS56: Module 3 – Exercise 3 – Task 2 – Download Windows 8.1 ISO Image | 00:00:47 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 3 – Create a Sample Virtual Machine | 00:01:12 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 4 – Viewing the Virtual BIOS and EFI | 00:02:54 | ||

Module D: Managing System Storage | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module D | 00:03:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Examine the disk configuration of PLABDM01 | 00:01:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Create a Storage Pool | 00:01:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Create Virtual Disk | 00:02:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Remove Virtual Disk | 00:01:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Creating RAID-5 Volume | 00:02:20 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Creating Mirrored Volume | 00:01:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Create Striped Volume | 00:01:30 | ||

Module E: Securing Windows User Account Access | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module E | 00:02:51 | ||

JSS56: Introduction – Securing Windows User Account Access | 00:00:19 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Turn off Start-up Programs | 00:02:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Disable Auto Login | 00:00:31 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Verify Change in Start-up | 00:00:50 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Enable Boot Logging | 00:02:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Invoke Run As feature | 00:01:50 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Invoke Run As using shortcut menu | 00:00:54 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Create a Program Shortcut to use with Run as Feature | 00:01:40 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Examine the Workings of UAC | 00:01:15 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 2 – Change UAC Setting via Local Security Policy | 00:01:22 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 3 – Test User Account Control Prompt | 00:01:02 | ||

Module F: Using Windows Features and Tools | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module F | 00:00:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Download and Install RSAT | 00:01:47 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Verify Administrative Tools Installation | 00:01:01 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Create Test User and Security Group | 00:01:20 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Add User to Security Group | 00:00:40 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 5 – Test User Logon to the Domain | 00:01:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 1 – Verify Windows Internet Explorer Component | 00:01:28 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 2 – View Internet Explorer’s Connection Settings | 00:01:20 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 3- Using Internet Explorer Safety Features | 00:01:24 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 5 – Task 1 – Using Snipping Tool | 00:01:19 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 5 – Task 2 – Using Windows Media Player | 00:01:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 5 – Task 3 – Using Windows Media Center | 00:00:51 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 6 – Task 1 – Setting Up Accessibility | 00:01:43 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 6 – Task 2 – Removing Accessibility Settings | 00:00:26 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 6 – Task 3 – Using Suggested Accessibility Settings | 00:00:49 | ||

Module G: Understand Domains, Workgroups and Homegroups | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module G | 00:01:37 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Remove Windows 8.1 from Domain | 00:02:48 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Remove Windows 7 from Domain | 00:01:26 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Create a New HomeGroup | 00:01:31 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Join PLABWIN701 to a Homegroup | 00:01:15 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 5 – Add a Homegroup Shared Printer | 00:01:19 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 6 – Install Homegroup Printer | 00:00:54 | ||

Module H: Configure IPv4 and IPv6 Addressing | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module H | 00:04:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Allow File and Print Sharing in Windows Firewall | 00:01:55 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Verify IPv6 Addresses on Windows Workstations | 00:03:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Use PING Command to Verify IPv6 Connectivity | 00:01:56 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Configure a Static IP Address for PLABWIN810 Second Network Interface | 00:02:24 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Configure a Static IP Address in Second Network Interface of PLABDM01 | 00:01:15 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Configure a Static IP Address on PLABSA01’s Second Network Interface | 00:00:57 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 4 – Enable IP Routing on PLABSA01 | 00:01:34 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 5 – Disable IPv6 on the Domain Server | 00:00:42 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 6 – Disable IPv4 on Windows 8.1 | 00:00:41 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 7 – Verify the IP Address of IPv6 on the Second Interface PLABWIN810 | 00:00:46 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 8 – Configure an IPv6 Router Advertisement for Global Address 2001: on PLABSA01 | 00:01:21 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 9 – Verify IPv6 Configuration on PLABWIN810 | 00:01:07 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Add the PLABSA01 to the PRACTICELABS.COM domain | 00:01:53 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 2 – Add Host Records of PLABSA01 in DNS Server | 00:01:29 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 3 – Configure ISATAP Router on PLABSA01 | 00:02:22 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 4 – Enable ISATAP on an IPv4-only Domain Server | 00:01:15 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 6 – Verify Connectivity between IPv4-only and IPv6-only Devices on the Network | 00:01:30 | ||

MODULE I: UNDERSTAND COMPUTER NAME RESOLUTION | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module I | 00:00:00 | ||

JSS56: Introduction – Understand Computer Name Resolution | 00:00:16 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Download and Install WireShark | 00:02:16 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Use WireShark to Observe Network Communication | 00:02:36 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Edit HOSTS File | 00:01:44 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Test Name Resolution Using HOSTS File | 00:02:26 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Test name resolution using incorrect entries in HOSTS file | 00:01:27 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 4 – Edit the HOSTS file to correct the IP address | 00:00:43 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Verify that NetBIOS over TCP/IP is Enabled | 00:01:42 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 2 – Edit LMHOSTS and Test Name Resolution | 00:01:42 | ||

MODULE J: UNDERSTAND TCPIP SERVICES | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module J | 00:00:00 | ||

JSS56: Introduction – Understand TCPIP Services Part 1 | 00:00:45 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Install Web Server (IIS) Role | 00:01:44 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Setup an FTP Site | 00:01:55 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Verify FTP Access from PLABWIN701 | 00:01:40 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Install SNMP Agent | 00:01:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Configure SNMP Properties | 00:01:38 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Install Telnet Client in PLABWIN701 | 00:01:18 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 2 – Install Telnet Server in PLABDC01 | 00:00:49 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 3 – Start Telnet Server | 00:00:57 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 4 – Use Telnet Client for Remote Administration | 00:01:57 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 1 – Share a Folder from PLABDC01 | 00:01:20 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 2 – Authenticate the SMB Share | 00:01:01 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 5 – Task 1 – Configure Remote Desktop Protocol Properties | 00:02:35 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 5 – Task 2 – Setup an RDP Connection | 00:01:04 | ||

Module K: Understand TCPIP Services Part 2 | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module K | 00:00:00 | ||

JSS56: Introduction – Understand TCPIP Services Part 2 | 00:00:18 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Assign a Static IP address on the Second Network Interface | 00:02:33 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – View List of Installed Roles and Features | 00:02:18 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Install DHCP Server | 00:01:08 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Configure DHCP | 00:01:27 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 5 – Create Scopes on DHCP Server | 00:02:50 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 6 – Configure Network Bindings on DHCP Server | 00:00:50 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 7 – Configure Reservations on a DHCP Server | 00:02:19 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 8 – Verify Reserved IP Address for PLABWIN701 | 00:02:24 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Identify a Primary DNS | 00:02:57 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Install a Secondary DNS | 00:01:06 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Configure the Secondary DNS | 00:01:16 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 4 – Setup Dynamic DNS and Zone Transfers | 00:02:36 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Connect to Active Directory Services Using ADSI Edit | 00:02:10 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 2 – Modify User Attributes | 00:01:09 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 3 – Verify LDAP port connection | 00:00:59 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 4 – Verify the Department Attribute | 00:01:00 | ||

Module L: Understand TCPIP Services Part 3 | |||

JSS56: IT Advisory video for this module L | 00:00:00 | ||

JSS56: Introduction – Understand TCPIP Services Part 3 | 00:00:32 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Remotely Configure Kali Linux | 00:02:37 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Verify the Details of the VNC Session | 00:01:40 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Setup an SSH Session | 00:01:29 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Perform Basic Administration via SSH | 00:02:40 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 5 – Login as Another User | 00:01:24 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 6 – Switch to Root Account | 00:00:55 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Start Packet Capture | 00:01:29 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Create HTTP Traffic | 00:00:35 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Verify Port 80 for HTTP | 00:00:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Restart WireShark on PLABGW01 | 00:01:06 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 2 – Capture HTTPS Traffic Using WireShark | 00:01:19 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 3 – Block-out HTTPS Access | 00:02:28 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 4 – Verify HTTPS access | 00:00:59 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 5 – Remove Firewall Rules Blocking HTTPS access | 00:01:13 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 1 – Verify that NetBIOS is Running | 00:01:33 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 2 – Block NetBIOS | 00:01:25 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 3 – Verify that NetBIOS is Disabled | 00:00:47 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 4 – Enable NetBIOS | 00:01:17 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 5 – Task 1 – Capture Packets | 00:01:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 5 – Task 2 – Identify TCP Packets | 00:01:04 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 5 – Task 3 – Identify UDP Packets | 00:00:50 | ||

Module M: Configuring Security Policies | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Configuring Security Policies | 00:00:13 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Remove Workstation from Domain | 00:01:56 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Set up Local Security Policy | 00:02:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Creating a Logon Notification Message Prompt | 00:01:18 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Create Test User | 00:01:30 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 5 – Validate the Local Security Policy | 00:00:34 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 6 – Test Password Policy and Account Lockout | 00:01:55 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 7 – Unlock a User Account | 00:00:58 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Set up Domain Password Policy | 00:02:42 | ||

JSs56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Create an Audit Policy | 00:01:08 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 4 – View Security Logs | 00:01:15 | ||

MODULE N: Identify Security Threats and Vulnerabilities | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Identify Security Threats and Vulnerabilities | 00:00:13 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Install MBSA | 00:01:56 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Run MBSA to Scan Computers | 00:02:02 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Running MBSA from the Command Line | 00:02:21 | ||

MODULE 0: Configuring Windows Firewall | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Configuring Windows Firewall | 00:00:24 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Verify that network connection is enabled | 00:02:27 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Create a Simple Windows Firewall Rule | 00:01:05 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Test the Effectiveness of the Firewall Rule | 00:01:02 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Reconfigure the Firewall Rule Created | 00:01:06 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 -Task 1 – Verify the Connection is Live | 00:01:58 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Create a Firewall Rule Using Windows Firewall with Advanced Security | 00:00:57 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Test the Firewall Rule Created | 00:00:51 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Setup a Remote Session | 00:01:45 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 2 – Create a Firewall Rule | 00:00:57 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 3 – Verify the Firewall Rule Created | 00:00:49 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 4 – Reconfigure the Firewall Rule Using the Remote Desktop Connection | 00:01:10 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 -Task 1 – Verify that Inbound Ping Packets are Blocked | 00:01:52 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 2 – Use CLI Commands to Configure the Firewall | 00:00:54 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 3 – Verify the Efficacy of the Firewall Rule | 00:01:12 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 4 – Reconfigure the Firewall Using CLI Command | 00:01:27 | ||

Module P: Deploying Anti-Malware Programs | |||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Install Trojan virus | 00:01:36 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – View Task Manager | 00:00:56 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Viewing System Configuration | 00:00:59 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Install FTP on Windows 7 | 00:04:12 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Verify FTP Authentication | 00:00:26 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Using Netcat to Verify Network Service | 00:04:10 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Install Anti-virus | 00:02:29 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 2 – Configuring Anti-virus Server Application | 00:00:56 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 3 – Configuring Anti-virus Client Component | 00:02:35 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 5 – Deploy Anti-virus on Windows Clients | 00:01:50 | ||

Module Q: Performing System Maintenance | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Performing System Maintenance | 00:00:14 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Configure Disk Volume for Backup Storage | 00:02:03 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Create a Backup of PLABWIN802 | 00:01:38 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Mount Windows 8.1 DVD Media | 00:00:47 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Verify system image backup | 00:02:27 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Using Disk Clean-up | 00:01:43 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Running Checkdisk via GUI | 00:01:19 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – View chkdsk event log | 00:00:59 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 4 – Running chkdsk via the command line | 00:01:12 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 5 – Using Windows Disk Defragmenter | 00:00:42 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 6 – Using the command-line defrag.exe | 00:00:46 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Run Windows Update Manually on Windows 7 | 00:02:03 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 2 – Run Windows Update on Windows 8.1 | 00:01:38 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 3 – Check Windows Update Status | 00:01:42 | ||

Module R: Troubleshoot Common System Problems | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Troubleshoot Common System Problems | 00:00:11 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Create a New User | 00:01:48 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Verify the Device Access | 00:01:11 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Suspend the Domain Controller | 00:00:54 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Study Domain Controller Issues | 00:03:13 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 6 – Explore Authorization Issues | 00:01:41 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 7 – Manage Authorization | 00:01:40 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Setup System for Performance Issue | 00:02:20 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Understand Runaway-Process Problems | 00:01:41 | ||

Module S: Troubleshoot Network Connectivity Issues | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Troubleshoot Network Connectivity Issues | 00:00:22 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Using the Ipconfig Tool | 00:02:02 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Modify Network Settings | 00:01:15 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Run Tracert on Local Network | 00:02:15 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Using Graphical Tracert | 00:01:37 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Running NETSTAT | 00:04:53 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 1 – View Resource Records Using NSLOOKUP | 00:01:36 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 2 – Enable Zone Transfer | 00:00:44 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 3 – Retry Zone Transfer on PLABWIN810 | 00:01:27 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 4 – Task 4 – Running NSLOOKUP in non-interactive mod | 00:00:39 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 5 – Task 1 – Test Host Reachability Using Pathping | 00:01:41 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 6 – Task 1 – Viewing the ARP Cache | 00:01:26 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 6 – Task 2 – Adding a Static Arp Cache | 00:01:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 7 – Task 1 – Using Command Line Ping | 00:02:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 7 – Task 2 – Create a Reverse Lookup Zone | 00:01:31 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 7 – Task 3 – Retry Ping Reverse Lookup | 00:00:45 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 7 – Task 4 and 5 – Download and Install Graphical Ping_Using Graphical Ping | 00:01:35 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 8 – Task 1 – Viewing the NetBIOS Cache | 00:04:23 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 8 – Task 2 – Disable NetBIOS over TCP/IP | 00:01:23 | ||

Module T - Troubleshoot Windows Operating System Errors | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Troubleshoot Windows Operating System Errors | 00:00:15 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Introduce a Problem in Windows Registry | 00:03:56 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Rollback the Registry Change Using Last Known Good | 00:01:04 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Verify the Effect of the Last Known Good Configuration | 00:01:10 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Create a New VHD for PLABDC01 to Store Backup Data Files | 00:02:37 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Initialize and Format Secondary VHD on PLABDC01 | 00:02:06 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Install Windows Server Backup | 00:00:58 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 4 – Create a System Image Backup | 00:02:03 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Modify the Windows Registry and View the BSOD error | 00:02:54 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 2 – View the BSOD Error and Restore System Image Backup E | 00:03:45 | ||

MODULE U: Understand Computer Virtualization | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Understand Computer Virtualization | 00:00:09 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 1 – Install Hyper-V on PLABWIN810 | 00:02:17 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 2 – Create Hyper-V Virtual Network | 00:02:00 | ||

MODULE V: Configuring and Managing Printers | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Configuring and Managing Printers | 00:00:12 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Install a Local Printer | 00:01:59 | ||

jss56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Install a Network Printer | 00:02:02 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Connect to a network printer from a workstation | 00:01:16 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Verify print permissions | 00:01:07 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Redirect printer port to a new printer | 00:01:12 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Stop the print spooler service | 00:02:02 | ||

MODULE W: Understand Virtual Printing | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Understand Virtual Printing | 00:00:13 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Download and Install Cute PDF Writer | 00:02:27 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Print a File to PDF Format | 00:01:12 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – View the new PDF file | 00:00:33 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Modify UAC Policy for Built-in Administrator | 00:01:33 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 5 – Verify Reader App works | 00:00:43 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 6 – Download and Install Foxit PDF Viewer | 00:02:04 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 7 – Create PDF Using Foxit Reader | 00:01:08 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 8 – Edit a PDF file | 00:01:32 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Create and Print an XPS Document | 00:01:32 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Open the Newly-Created XPS Document | 00:00:39 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Open an XPS Document in Reader App | 00:00:38 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 3 – Task 1 – Print to File | 00:01:52 | ||

MODULE X: Understand Cloud-Based Applications and Storage | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Understand Cloud-Based Applications and Storage | 00:00:13 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – View Various Options for Office 365 Trial | 00:04:18 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Create and Edit Document in Word Online | 00:01:18 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Save a Document in Word Online | 00:01:07 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Rename Document in Word Online | 00:00:52 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 5 – Verify Saved Files in OneDrive | 00:00:55 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 6 – Edit Files Retrieved from OneDrive | 00:01:23 | ||

MODULE Y: Configuring a Mobile Device | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Configuring a Mobile Device | 00:00:11 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Launch the Applications to Specify Common Mobile Phone Setting | 00:02:46 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Launch the Applications to Specify Common Mobile Phone Setting | 00:03:05 | ||

MODULE Z: Configuring E-mail on a Mobile Device | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Configuring E-mail on a Mobile Device | 00:00:13 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Set up POP3 | 00:03:54 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Configure IMAP4 settings | 00:01:54 | ||

MODULE Z-1: Managing File System Security | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Managing File System Security | 00:00:12 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Create Sample Folder | 00:02:16 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 2 – View Default Share Permissions on a New Folder | 00:00:44 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 3 – Configure Share Permissions | 00:02:47 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 4 – Configure Advanced Share Permissions | 00:02:40 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 5 – Determine Effective Permissions | 00:02:42 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 2 – Task 1 – Exploring a Shared folder and its Permissions | 00:01:37 | ||

MODULE Z-2: Managing BitLocker Drive Encryption | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Managing BitLocker Drive Encryption | 00:00:10 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 1 – Configure BitLocker Settings via GPO | 00:03:40 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 2 – Prepare Disk Volume | 00:01:20 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 3 – Enable BitLocker | 00:01:39 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 4 – Verify BitLocker functionality | 00:01:05 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 5 – Manage BitLocker using the command prompt | 00:00:50 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 6 – Unlock the Encrypted Drive using Recovery Keys | 00:01:51 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 7 – Remove BitLocker disk encryption on Drive E | 00:01:07 | ||

MODULE Z-3: Working with Linux Command Line | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Working with Linux Command Line | 00:00:10 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 log into Linux system | 00:01:54 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 2 – Use Single Shell Commands and Command-Sequences | 00:03:37 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 3 – Access and Modify the Shell Environment | 00:02:37 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 4 – Access and Edit Command History | 00:02:17 | ||

JSS56: Excercise 1 – Task 5 – Navigate to Various Directory Paths | 00:01:07 | ||

MODULE Z-4: Performing Basic File Management in Linux | |||

JSS56: ntroduction – Performing Basic File Management in Linux | 00:00:10 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Log into a Linux System | 00:01:38 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Perform Basic File Management | 00:06:00 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Use Wildcards for Advanced File Operations | 00:04:26 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 4 – Use Wildcards to Manipulate Data in a File | 00:01:11 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 5 – Use the Find Command | 00:02:29 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 6 – Use the tar, cpio, and dd Commands | 00:05:44 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 7 – Common Networking Ports and Services | 00:01:01 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 1 – Manage Configuration Settings | 00:01:36 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 2 – Configure Network Interfaces | 00:01:52 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 3 – Basic TCP/IP Host Configuration | 00:02:58 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 2 – Task 4 – Set a Route for the Host | 00:01:18 | ||

MODULE Z-5: Understand Basic Network Troubleshooting in Linux | |||

JSS56: Introduction – Understand Basic Network Troubleshooting in Linux | 00:00:11 | ||

JSS56:Exercise 1 – Task 1 – Log into a Linux System | 00:01:29 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 2 – Manage Network Interfaces | 00:05:11 | ||

JSS56: Exercise 1 – Task 3 – Debug Network Configuration Issues | 00:05:13 | ||

PROJECT | |||

JSS56: How to submit project for this lab course | 00:00:00 |

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