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Lesson 5Windows 2000 Course Resources
Objective Explore course resources.

Windows Networking Course Resources

There are numerous resources offered with this course that will help you to complete it successfully.
Wireless/Mobile Access and Telephony are beginning to play an important role in the domain of distributed networking.
On this E-learning portal, there are several other resources available to you, they are explained in greater detail below.

Implement Domain Name System

Typically, users and computers use host names rather than Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) or Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) network addresses to communicate with other hosts and services on networks. A Windows Server 2016 service, known as the Domain Name System (DNS) server role, resolves these names into IPv4 or IPv6 addresses. Since many important apps and services rely on the DNS server role, it is important that you know how to install and configure Windows Server 2016 name resolution using the DNS server role. As a result, the 70-741 Networking Windows Server 2016 exam covers how to install and configure the DNS server role on Windows Server 2016.

Install and configure DNS servers

Windows Server 2016 provides the DNS server role to enable you to provide name resolution services to devices and computers in your organization's network infrastructure. The first stage to provide name resolution is to deploy the DNS server role on Windows Server 2016 server computers.

Glossary

Throughout this course, you will have the opportunity to review definitions of key terms. These terms are defined in the course glossary. The terms appear as blue, italicized, and underlined in the lesson text.
  1. software testing
  2. SOA
  3. wimax
  4. GIS/Engineering
  5. storage
  6. RFID
  7. Research and Development
  8. Groupware/Collaborative
  9. Transportation
  10. SOA