Core IT Pro

Skill Me Up expert on-demand training for IT Professionals. Get started in your IT career. Learn core operating system management for Windows and Linux, Networking, PowerShell and more.

learning path
4 (4)
3 Lectures | 1 Labs | 11h 27m | Beginner | Certification Prep

In this learning path, you will learn core capabilities of Windows Server 2019. These courses will provide you a solid foundation for deploying and administering Windows Server 2019 as well as help you prepare for Exam 98-365 Windows Server Administration Fundamentals.

learning path
4 (15)
2 Lectures | 2 Labs | 16h | Beginner | Certification Prep

This learning path will teach the basics of using and administering Linux systems. The focus is on distro-independent fundamentals, including: installing and managing Linux software, using essential Linux commands, understanding and modifying the boot process, device and kernel management, basic scripting, configuring services, user and group management, system monitoring, networking and storage management, virtualization. This path will prepare students to pass the Linux Foundation Certified Linux System (LFCS) Administrator exam through on-demand training and real-time hands-on exercises.

learning path
5 (2)
10 Lectures | 9 Labs | 7h 28m | Intermediate

In this series of demos and labs, you will get a foundational understanding of running PowerShell 7 and writing simple scripts. You will get all the required tools set up to begin writing scripts. You will also get introduced to the PowerShell 7 console, discover some interesting commands and write your first script.

learning path
4 (17)
4 Lectures | 3 Labs | 12h 22m | Beginner | Certification Prep

In this learning path, you will learn how to accomplish the following technical tasks: deploy Windows; manage devices and data; configure connectivity; and maintain Windows. This learning path, will help you prepare for exam MD 100 Windows 10. New on-demand courses and labs to complete the learning path are coming soon!

learning path
3 (17)
4 Lectures | 0 Labs | 6h 3m | Beginner | Certification Prep

Managing Modern Desktops focuses on knowledge needed to plan and implement Windows 10 with dynamic deployment or Windows Autopilot; upgrade devices to Windows 10; manage updates and device authentication; plan and implement co-management; implement conditional access and compliance policies; configure device profiles; manage user profiles; manage Windows Defender; manage Intune device enrollment and inventory; monitor devices; deploy/update applications, and implement Mobile Application Management (MAM).

learning path
5 (10)
10 Lectures | 0 Labs | 4h 45m | Beginner | Certification Prep

The Network+ exam is a rigorous certification that requires much study and planning. The goal of this track is to prepare the student to pass the test as quickly as possible with the best data retention. You will be able to gain all the knowledge necessary to pass the certification test by watching this video series and its 10 courses.

learning path
4 (20)
1 Lectures | 5 Labs | 11h 37m | Intermediate

In this learning path, you will find courses and hands-on labs to teach you the ins and outs of using PowerShell.

lecture
4 (4)
1h 31m | Beginner | Apr 21 2020 |

In this course, you will learn how to manage Windows 10 Devices. Topics will include configuring Windows security, configuring devices with local policies, as well as managing Windows security using mechanisms such as User Account Control, Windows Defender, Firewall, and BitLocker. This course will help you prepare for exam MD 100 Windows 10.

lecture
5 (1)
1h 4m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course covers LAN and WAN topics, we will discuss what happens to packets as they traverse the network. We will also cover TCP/IP classes and what they mean to connectivity. We will finish with discussing WAN technologies both past and present. We will discuss analog and digital connectivity and the various ways ISP’s connect us to the internet.

lecture
5 (1)
23m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course will cover advanced networking a high-end consultant might implement in their day to day job in networks and security. We cover splitting up networks into virtual LANs, encrypting the stream using virtual private networks, and devices that can inform us of an impending intrusion.

lecture
5 (1)
19m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course gives you a working demonstration of setting up a real-world network using computers, switches and servers. We will discuss the different ways that the networks can be connected to the host devices and show how they communicate.

lecture
0 (0)
23m | Intermediate | Aug 7 2020 |

In this series of demos, you will learn how to create your first PowerShell function. You will first learn when a good time is to create function, write that function and then learn how to call that function.

lecture
5 (1)
25m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course will discuss cloud and mobile devices. Many companies are moving their data to the cloud and networking is essential to that process. Questions about what the cloud is and how it works are answered in this course, along with mobile connectivity using cellular networks and security.

lecture
4 (3)
1h 20m | Beginner | Apr 22 2020 |

In this course, you will learn how to configure Windows 10 networking. You will learn how to configure client IP settings, mobile networking, VPN client, and Wi-Fi profiles. In addition, this course includes most common network troubleshoot methods. This course will also illustrate how to configure Windows 10 remote connectivity, including remote management, PowerShell remoting, and remote desktop access. This course will help you prepare for Microsoft Certification Exam MD 100 Windows 10.

lecture
3 (3)
1h 11m | Beginner | Feb 7 2020 |

Students will learn how to deploy and update applications, assign apps to groups, deploy O365 ProPlus and implement Mobile Application Management (MAM)

lecture
3 (5)
2h 4m | Beginner | Nov 14 2019 |

Students will learn Plan and implement Windows 10 by using dynamic deployment, plan and implement Windows 10 by using Windows Autopilot, upgrade devices to Windows 10, manage updates and manage device authentication.

lecture
5 (1)
2h 20m | Beginner | Feb 21 2020 |

In this course, you will learn some basic techniques for scripting with Bash in a Linux environment. The principles learned will be applicable to all computing environments. Throughout the course, as you build a number of sample scripts, you will learn the use of bash shortcuts, shell variables, and built-in commands. You will also learn how to script dynamically on the command line, how to format a script, the use of return values and comments, command substitution, testing conditions, and looping constructs, and how to invoke scripts and obtain input from the command line. You will be better prepared to create your own scripts to use in your computing environment.

lecture
5 (11)
11h 14m | Beginner | Oct 13 2017 |

This course covers the fundamentals of using and administering Linux systems. The focus is on distro-independent fundamentals, including: installing and managing Linux software, using essential Linux commands, understanding and modifying the boot process, device and kernel management, basic scripting, configuring services, user and group management, system monitoring, networking and storage management, virtualization. This course will prepare students to pass the Linux Foundation Certified Linux System Administrator exam. 

lecture
4 (3)
2h 55m | Beginner | Apr 23 2020 |

In this course, you will learn how to perform the most common tasks involved in maintaining Windows 10 devices, including configuring system and data recovery, management of updates, and monitoring. This course will help you prepare to pass the Microsoft Certification Exam MD 100 Windows 10.

lecture
5 (1)
1h 50m | Beginner | Jan 31 2020 |

Students will learn how to manage Windows Defender, manage Intune device enrollment and inventory and monitor device health such as log analytics, windows analytics or other cloud-based tools.

lecture
4 (3)
2h 25m | Beginner | Apr 21 2020 |

In this course, you will learn how to manage Windows 10 Devices. Topics will include configuring Windows security, configuring devices with local policies, as well as managing Windows security using mechanisms such as User Account Control, Windows Defender, Firewall, and BitLocker. This course will help you prepare for exam MD 100 Windows 10.

lecture
3 (8)
57m | Beginner | Jan 21 2020 |

Students will learn how to plan and implement co-management, implement conditional access and compliance policies for devices, configure device profiles and manage user profiles.

lecture
5 (1)
15m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course covers physical connectivity of networking. Cables need to plug in both sides, but there’s many types of cables, standards, and ways to connect. This course will review these various ways to connect your network using physical cabling.

lecture
5 (1)
9m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

In this course, we discusses real world tools both software and hardware. These tools help to connect and troubleshoot networks, so data runs smoothly, and we will discuss repairs when they don’t.

lecture
5 (1)
24m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course covers wireless networking also described as WIFI. We will learn about the wireless standards and protocols, and types of security that wireless entails.

lecture
5 (1)
21m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course dives into the Presentation layer of the OSI model and discusses port traffic. Ports are also known as doors and act as doorways in and out of a network. Understanding how to open or close a port and why is a great asset to have in your knowledge of networking.

lecture
0 (0)
21m | Intermediate | Jul 13 2020 |

When you find yourself building the same kind of script over and over again, things have to change. To go from PowerShell newbie to PowerShell pro requires going from just writing to designing and architecting code. You must know when to create building blocks you can reuses for other purposes. Modules do that just.In this series of demos, you are going to learn not only *how* to build a module but also *when* you should look into building your own module via a real-world project.

lecture
5 (1)
23m | Intermediate | Jul 8 2020 |

In this series of demos, you will get a foundational understanding of running PowerShell 7 and writing simple scripts. You will get all the required tools set up to begin writing scripts. You will also get introduced to the PowerShell 7 console, discover some interesting commands and write your first script.

lecture
0 (0)
15m | Intermediate | Jul 9 2020 |

In this series of demos, you're going to learn how to change up how PowerShell returns output. You will learn about PowerShell's formatting system, how to use various formatting cmdlets and some best practices on when to use formatting cmdlets.

lecture
5 (1)
22m | Intermediate | Jul 8 2020 |

Throughout this series, you've been in the PowerShell console. You've been manually typing in commands, running them and seeing what comes back. That's fine if you need to bang out a quick command to do something simple but the console's going to fall short for more advanced tasks.PowerShell is called a scripting language for a reason - you write scripts with it. What's a script? In PowerShell terms, a script is a combination of commands all working together to be run at one time.A script can be one to thousands of lines long. When PowerShell executes a script, it starts at the top and makes its way down to the bottom until it has run all of the code in the script.

lecture
0 (0)
20m | Intermediate | Jul 10 2020 |

At some point soon in your PowerShell career, there will be a time when you need to reach out to other computers. PowerShell can do some great things on your local computer but has the ability to run any scripts and commands you can run on your local computer on remote computers also.In this series of videos, you're going to learn how to get started with PowerShell's feature called PS Remoting and how to run commands on one or many computers at once.

lecture
0 (0)
37m | Intermediate | Jul 9 2020 |

In this series of demos we will help you to understand the role of objects in PowerShell. You will also learn how to inspect objects as well as create custom objects.

lecture
0 (0)
11m | Intermediate | Jul 9 2020 |

In this series of videos, you will learn about PowerShell providers and PowerShell drives. If you've ever run commands with a noun f Item, you've unknowingly been working with providers all along! You'll see that the filesystem, registry, certificates and more are all represented in a hierarchical fashion using PowerShell drives and how useful this abstraction layer is.

lecture
0 (0)
26m | Intermediate | Jul 10 2020 |

In this lab, you are going to learn all about PowerShell modules. You'll learn the purpose of modules, how to find modules loaded on your computer, install new modules and more! By the end of this lab, you'll be able to manage modules like a pro.

lecture
0 (0)
11m | Intermediate | Jul 9 2020 |

In this series of demos, you will learn about one of the most unique features of the PowerShell language; the PowerShell pipeline. Nearly all shell scripting languages have had pipelines for decades but none that passes objects.

lecture
4 (17)
9h 7m | Intermediate | Sep 6 2016 |

PowerShell is Microsoft’s strategic task automation platform for IT Pros, It is a key component of Microsoft’s overall management strategy. PowerShell consists of a scripting environment, a script development tool (the PowerShell ISE) and a wealth of add-on functionality in the form of modules. PowerShell also ships for down-level systems including Windows 7, 8.1 and Server 2012. This course provides a great foundation to PowerShell. It covers the fundamental aspects of PowerShell and demonstrates the many new and improved features that come with PowerShell Version 3. We also discuss PowerShell V4 and V5.

lecture
5 (1)
29m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course answers questions on encryption. What encryption is and the different forms it takes in networking. We also discuss certificates and what roles they play in TCP/IP. By encrypting our data, we secure our data. Security plays an ever-important roles in networking today.

lecture
5 (1)
51m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course will mainly cover connectivity. You will learn all about the main protocol that makes networking on the internet and most organizations work. TCP/IP isn’t the only protocol, but it is the most important and most often used. It’s also the main protocol used in in the Network+ certification exam.

lecture
4 (2)
3h 54m | Beginner | Apr 1 2019 |

The course will educate students on setting up a Windows Server environment, with supporting services and components. It will introduce you to Windows Server, as well as provide an understanding of server hardware and resources. It will also provide the basics of installing, configuring and managing Windows Servers, along with disk storage, device management, services and performance monitoring in windows server.

lecture
5 (1)
4h 8m | Beginner | Apr 9 2019 |

The course will educate you on setting up a Windows Server services starting with DNS, DHCP, Active Directory and Certificate Services. It will introduce you to basic management of Active Directory Group Policies as well as creating and managing Active Directory objects such as Users and Groups. The course will also cover files and folders such as sharing and NTFS permissions, as well using Print Server capabilities within Windows Server.

lecture
5 (1)
1h 55m | Beginner | Apr 9 2019 |

This course covers a variety of topics including web services within the internet information server. Hyper-V virtualization, Windows server remote access and administration. The course will not only walk-through installation, but also basic configuration. The course will also walk-through the basics of windows server troubleshooting using out of the box tools as well as the Sysinternals tools provided by Microsoft. Lastly, we will walkthrough a setup of Network Load-balancing and Clustering.

real-time lab
0 (0)
30m | Intermediate | Jul 17 2020 |

Building your First Module Overview When you find yourself building the same kind of script over and over again, things have to change. To go from PowerShell newbie to PowerShell pro requires going from just writing to designing and architecting code. You must know when to create building blocks you can reuses for other purposes. Modules do that just. In this lab, you are going to learn not only how to build a module but also when you should look into building your own module via a real-world project.

real-time lab
0 (0)
25m | Intermediate | Jul 2 2020 |

Building Your First PowerShell Function Overview In this lab, you will create your first PowerShell function. You will learn not only how to create a function but when you should create a function. You will also learn how to load your functions into a PowerShell session and how to invoke it.

real-time lab
0 (0)
1h 30m | Beginner | Mar 20 2020 |

In this lab, you will learn how to deploy a Windows Server Active Directory forest. After you have deployed the AD forest, you will learn how to create users, groups, and organizational units, and then join client computers to the AD domain, and wrap up the lab by configuring group policy for the domain.

real-time lab
3 (2)
1h 25m | Beginner | Jul 22 2020 |

In this lab, you will learn the basics of navigating the Linux operating system. You will learn core concepts such as using the help system, navigating the file system and using common tools like to manage files and directories.This lab automatically deploys multiple virtual machines that you will use as part of the lab and will take between 3 to 5 minutes to fully provision.

real-time lab
0 (0)
20m | Intermediate | Jul 15 2020 |

Making PowerShell Output Look Pretty with Formatting Overview In this lab, you’re going to learn how to change up how PowerShell returns output. You will learn about PowerShell’s formatting system, how to use various formatting cmdlets and some best practices on when to use formatting cmdlets.

real-time lab
5 (1)
1h | Beginner | Oct 16 2017 |

Inthis lab,youwillworkwiththestartupandshutdownprocesses.Youwillalsomodifyakernelparameterandverifytheimpactofthatchange.

real-time lab
5 (1)
30m | Beginner | Jul 23 2020 |

In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to format output using PowerShell. This will involve formatting with the pipeline and format-table/format list. You will also learn to use the --f operator and format with hash tables. Finally, you will use out-of-grid view.

real-time lab
5 (1)
30m | Beginner | Jul 23 2020 |

In this hands-on lab, you will learn about using PowerShell Providers. This lab will involve viewing providers, using the registry provider, and using the certificate provider.

real-time lab
0 (0)
20m | Intermediate | Jul 16 2020 |

Running Commands and Writing a Script Overview Throughout this series, you’ve been in the PowerShell console. You’ve been manually typing in commands, running them and seeing what comes back. That’s fine if you need to bang out a quick command to do something simple but the console’s going to fall short for more advanced tasks. PowerShell is called a scripting language for a reason - you write scripts with it. What’s a script? In PowerShell terms, a script is a combination of commands all working together to be run at one time. A script can be one to thousands of lines long. When PowerShell executes a script, it starts at the top and makes its way down to the bottom until it has run all of the code in the script.

real-time lab
0 (0)
30m | Intermediate | Jul 29 2020 |

Running Commands on Remote Computers with PowerShell Remoting Overview At some point soon in your PowerShell career, there will be a time when you need to reach out to other computers. PowerShell can do some great things on your local computer but has the ability to run any scripts and commands you can run on your local computer on remote computers also. In this lab, youre going to learn how to get started with PowerShells feature called PS Remoting and how to run commands on one or many computers at once.

real-time lab
0 (0)
35m | Intermediate | Aug 7 2020 |

Understanding and Working with Objects in PowerShell Overview In this lab, you will learn the foundational concept of PowerShell; objects. Everything in PowerShell is an object so its critical to understand what they are and how to work with them. Youll learn how to understand how to read objects, create objects and how you can interact with them in PowerShell.

real-time lab
0 (0)
15m | Intermediate | Jul 2 2020 |

Understanding and Working with PowerShell Providers Overview In this lab, you will learn about PowerShell providers and PowerShell drives. If you’ve ever run commands with a noun f Item, you’ve unknowingly been working with providers all along! You’ll see that the filesystem, registry, certificates and more are all represented in a hierarchical fashion using PowerShell drives and how useful this abstraction layer is.

real-time lab
0 (0)
30m | Beginner | Jul 23 2020 |

In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to use objects with PowerShell. You will work with .NET objects, COM objects, and WMI objects.

real-time lab
0 (0)
30m | Beginner | Jul 24 2020 |

In this hands-on lab, you will learn about using modules to organize your code with PowerShell. You will examine snap-ins and modules, create a simple module, and create a module manifest.

real-time lab
0 (0)
35m | Intermediate | Jul 2 2020 |

Using PowerShell Modules Overview In this lab, you are going to learn all about PowerShell modules. Youll learn the purpose of modules, how to find modules loaded on your computer, install new modules and more! By the end of this lab, youll be able to manage modules like a pro.

real-time lab
5 (1)
30m | Beginner | Jul 24 2020 |

In this hands-on lab you will work with the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE). This lab will begin by demonstrating the general layout and structure of the ISE. Then you will learn about using Intellisense. Finally you will learn about using Snippets in the PowerShell ISE.

real-time lab
5 (1)
50m | Beginner | Aug 19 2020 |

Lab - Windows 10 Domain Essentials This lab will take you through the essentials of joining Windows 10 desktops to an Active Directory domain and manage the systems settings and security via native apps and Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) tools.

real-time lab
4 (3)
1h 45m | Beginner | Aug 21 2020 |

Lab - Windows 10 Security This lab will take you through the essentials of Windows 10 security tools and settings for how systems can be managed safely. Note: This lab deploys multiple resources via an Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Template and will take 20-40 minutes to provision.

real-time lab
0 (0)
1h 35m | Beginner | Sep 14 2020 |

In this lab, you will learn how to manage storage in Windows 10. You will learn how to manage disks, leverage PowerShell for Disk Management, configure folder compression, configure disk quotas, create and configure storage space, and finally you will learn how to recover files that were accidently deleted.

real-time lab
0 (0)
25m | Intermediate | Jul 2 2020 |

Working with the PowerShell Pipeline Overview In this lab, you will learn about one of the most unique features of the PowerShell language; the PowerShell pipeline. Nearly all shell scripting languages have had pipelines for decades but none that passes objects.

learning path
4 (4)
3 Lectures | 1 Labs | 11h 27m | Beginner | Certification Prep

In this learning path, you will learn core capabilities of Windows Server 2019. These courses will provide you a solid foundation for deploying and administering Windows Server 2019 as well as help you prepare for Exam 98-365 Windows Server Administration Fundamentals.

learning path
4 (15)
2 Lectures | 2 Labs | 16h | Beginner | Certification Prep

This learning path will teach the basics of using and administering Linux systems. The focus is on distro-independent fundamentals, including: installing and managing Linux software, using essential Linux commands, understanding and modifying the boot process, device and kernel management, basic scripting, configuring services, user and group management, system monitoring, networking and storage management, virtualization. This path will prepare students to pass the Linux Foundation Certified Linux System (LFCS) Administrator exam through on-demand training and real-time hands-on exercises.

learning path
5 (2)
10 Lectures | 9 Labs | 7h 28m | Intermediate

In this series of demos and labs, you will get a foundational understanding of running PowerShell 7 and writing simple scripts. You will get all the required tools set up to begin writing scripts. You will also get introduced to the PowerShell 7 console, discover some interesting commands and write your first script.

learning path
4 (17)
4 Lectures | 3 Labs | 12h 22m | Beginner | Certification Prep

In this learning path, you will learn how to accomplish the following technical tasks: deploy Windows; manage devices and data; configure connectivity; and maintain Windows. This learning path, will help you prepare for exam MD 100 Windows 10. New on-demand courses and labs to complete the learning path are coming soon!

learning path
3 (17)
4 Lectures | 0 Labs | 6h 3m | Beginner | Certification Prep

Managing Modern Desktops focuses on knowledge needed to plan and implement Windows 10 with dynamic deployment or Windows Autopilot; upgrade devices to Windows 10; manage updates and device authentication; plan and implement co-management; implement conditional access and compliance policies; configure device profiles; manage user profiles; manage Windows Defender; manage Intune device enrollment and inventory; monitor devices; deploy/update applications, and implement Mobile Application Management (MAM).

learning path
5 (10)
10 Lectures | 0 Labs | 4h 45m | Beginner | Certification Prep

The Network+ exam is a rigorous certification that requires much study and planning. The goal of this track is to prepare the student to pass the test as quickly as possible with the best data retention. You will be able to gain all the knowledge necessary to pass the certification test by watching this video series and its 10 courses.

learning path
4 (20)
1 Lectures | 5 Labs | 11h 37m | Intermediate

In this learning path, you will find courses and hands-on labs to teach you the ins and outs of using PowerShell.

lecture
4 (4)
1h 31m | Beginner | Apr 21 2020 |

In this course, you will learn how to manage Windows 10 Devices. Topics will include configuring Windows security, configuring devices with local policies, as well as managing Windows security using mechanisms such as User Account Control, Windows Defender, Firewall, and BitLocker. This course will help you prepare for exam MD 100 Windows 10.

lecture
5 (1)
1h 4m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course covers LAN and WAN topics, we will discuss what happens to packets as they traverse the network. We will also cover TCP/IP classes and what they mean to connectivity. We will finish with discussing WAN technologies both past and present. We will discuss analog and digital connectivity and the various ways ISP’s connect us to the internet.

lecture
5 (1)
23m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course will cover advanced networking a high-end consultant might implement in their day to day job in networks and security. We cover splitting up networks into virtual LANs, encrypting the stream using virtual private networks, and devices that can inform us of an impending intrusion.

lecture
5 (1)
19m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course gives you a working demonstration of setting up a real-world network using computers, switches and servers. We will discuss the different ways that the networks can be connected to the host devices and show how they communicate.

lecture
0 (0)
23m | Intermediate | Aug 7 2020 |

In this series of demos, you will learn how to create your first PowerShell function. You will first learn when a good time is to create function, write that function and then learn how to call that function.

lecture
5 (1)
25m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course will discuss cloud and mobile devices. Many companies are moving their data to the cloud and networking is essential to that process. Questions about what the cloud is and how it works are answered in this course, along with mobile connectivity using cellular networks and security.

lecture
4 (3)
1h 20m | Beginner | Apr 22 2020 |

In this course, you will learn how to configure Windows 10 networking. You will learn how to configure client IP settings, mobile networking, VPN client, and Wi-Fi profiles. In addition, this course includes most common network troubleshoot methods. This course will also illustrate how to configure Windows 10 remote connectivity, including remote management, PowerShell remoting, and remote desktop access. This course will help you prepare for Microsoft Certification Exam MD 100 Windows 10.

lecture
3 (3)
1h 11m | Beginner | Feb 7 2020 |

Students will learn how to deploy and update applications, assign apps to groups, deploy O365 ProPlus and implement Mobile Application Management (MAM)

lecture
3 (5)
2h 4m | Beginner | Nov 14 2019 |

Students will learn Plan and implement Windows 10 by using dynamic deployment, plan and implement Windows 10 by using Windows Autopilot, upgrade devices to Windows 10, manage updates and manage device authentication.

lecture
5 (1)
2h 20m | Beginner | Feb 21 2020 |

In this course, you will learn some basic techniques for scripting with Bash in a Linux environment. The principles learned will be applicable to all computing environments. Throughout the course, as you build a number of sample scripts, you will learn the use of bash shortcuts, shell variables, and built-in commands. You will also learn how to script dynamically on the command line, how to format a script, the use of return values and comments, command substitution, testing conditions, and looping constructs, and how to invoke scripts and obtain input from the command line. You will be better prepared to create your own scripts to use in your computing environment.

lecture
5 (11)
11h 14m | Beginner | Oct 13 2017 |

This course covers the fundamentals of using and administering Linux systems. The focus is on distro-independent fundamentals, including: installing and managing Linux software, using essential Linux commands, understanding and modifying the boot process, device and kernel management, basic scripting, configuring services, user and group management, system monitoring, networking and storage management, virtualization. This course will prepare students to pass the Linux Foundation Certified Linux System Administrator exam. 

lecture
4 (3)
2h 55m | Beginner | Apr 23 2020 |

In this course, you will learn how to perform the most common tasks involved in maintaining Windows 10 devices, including configuring system and data recovery, management of updates, and monitoring. This course will help you prepare to pass the Microsoft Certification Exam MD 100 Windows 10.

lecture
5 (1)
1h 50m | Beginner | Jan 31 2020 |

Students will learn how to manage Windows Defender, manage Intune device enrollment and inventory and monitor device health such as log analytics, windows analytics or other cloud-based tools.

lecture
4 (3)
2h 25m | Beginner | Apr 21 2020 |

In this course, you will learn how to manage Windows 10 Devices. Topics will include configuring Windows security, configuring devices with local policies, as well as managing Windows security using mechanisms such as User Account Control, Windows Defender, Firewall, and BitLocker. This course will help you prepare for exam MD 100 Windows 10.

lecture
3 (8)
57m | Beginner | Jan 21 2020 |

Students will learn how to plan and implement co-management, implement conditional access and compliance policies for devices, configure device profiles and manage user profiles.

lecture
5 (1)
15m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course covers physical connectivity of networking. Cables need to plug in both sides, but there’s many types of cables, standards, and ways to connect. This course will review these various ways to connect your network using physical cabling.

lecture
5 (1)
9m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

In this course, we discusses real world tools both software and hardware. These tools help to connect and troubleshoot networks, so data runs smoothly, and we will discuss repairs when they don’t.

lecture
5 (1)
24m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course covers wireless networking also described as WIFI. We will learn about the wireless standards and protocols, and types of security that wireless entails.

lecture
5 (1)
21m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course dives into the Presentation layer of the OSI model and discusses port traffic. Ports are also known as doors and act as doorways in and out of a network. Understanding how to open or close a port and why is a great asset to have in your knowledge of networking.

lecture
0 (0)
21m | Intermediate | Jul 13 2020 |

When you find yourself building the same kind of script over and over again, things have to change. To go from PowerShell newbie to PowerShell pro requires going from just writing to designing and architecting code. You must know when to create building blocks you can reuses for other purposes. Modules do that just.In this series of demos, you are going to learn not only *how* to build a module but also *when* you should look into building your own module via a real-world project.

lecture
5 (1)
23m | Intermediate | Jul 8 2020 |

In this series of demos, you will get a foundational understanding of running PowerShell 7 and writing simple scripts. You will get all the required tools set up to begin writing scripts. You will also get introduced to the PowerShell 7 console, discover some interesting commands and write your first script.

lecture
0 (0)
15m | Intermediate | Jul 9 2020 |

In this series of demos, you're going to learn how to change up how PowerShell returns output. You will learn about PowerShell's formatting system, how to use various formatting cmdlets and some best practices on when to use formatting cmdlets.

lecture
5 (1)
22m | Intermediate | Jul 8 2020 |

Throughout this series, you've been in the PowerShell console. You've been manually typing in commands, running them and seeing what comes back. That's fine if you need to bang out a quick command to do something simple but the console's going to fall short for more advanced tasks.PowerShell is called a scripting language for a reason - you write scripts with it. What's a script? In PowerShell terms, a script is a combination of commands all working together to be run at one time.A script can be one to thousands of lines long. When PowerShell executes a script, it starts at the top and makes its way down to the bottom until it has run all of the code in the script.

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0 (0)
20m | Intermediate | Jul 10 2020 |

At some point soon in your PowerShell career, there will be a time when you need to reach out to other computers. PowerShell can do some great things on your local computer but has the ability to run any scripts and commands you can run on your local computer on remote computers also.In this series of videos, you're going to learn how to get started with PowerShell's feature called PS Remoting and how to run commands on one or many computers at once.

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37m | Intermediate | Jul 9 2020 |

In this series of demos we will help you to understand the role of objects in PowerShell. You will also learn how to inspect objects as well as create custom objects.

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11m | Intermediate | Jul 9 2020 |

In this series of videos, you will learn about PowerShell providers and PowerShell drives. If you've ever run commands with a noun f Item, you've unknowingly been working with providers all along! You'll see that the filesystem, registry, certificates and more are all represented in a hierarchical fashion using PowerShell drives and how useful this abstraction layer is.

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0 (0)
26m | Intermediate | Jul 10 2020 |

In this lab, you are going to learn all about PowerShell modules. You'll learn the purpose of modules, how to find modules loaded on your computer, install new modules and more! By the end of this lab, you'll be able to manage modules like a pro.

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0 (0)
11m | Intermediate | Jul 9 2020 |

In this series of demos, you will learn about one of the most unique features of the PowerShell language; the PowerShell pipeline. Nearly all shell scripting languages have had pipelines for decades but none that passes objects.

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4 (17)
9h 7m | Intermediate | Sep 6 2016 |

PowerShell is Microsoft’s strategic task automation platform for IT Pros, It is a key component of Microsoft’s overall management strategy. PowerShell consists of a scripting environment, a script development tool (the PowerShell ISE) and a wealth of add-on functionality in the form of modules. PowerShell also ships for down-level systems including Windows 7, 8.1 and Server 2012. This course provides a great foundation to PowerShell. It covers the fundamental aspects of PowerShell and demonstrates the many new and improved features that come with PowerShell Version 3. We also discuss PowerShell V4 and V5.

lecture
5 (1)
29m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course answers questions on encryption. What encryption is and the different forms it takes in networking. We also discuss certificates and what roles they play in TCP/IP. By encrypting our data, we secure our data. Security plays an ever-important roles in networking today.

lecture
5 (1)
51m | Beginner | Oct 31 2019 |

This course will mainly cover connectivity. You will learn all about the main protocol that makes networking on the internet and most organizations work. TCP/IP isn’t the only protocol, but it is the most important and most often used. It’s also the main protocol used in in the Network+ certification exam.

lecture
4 (2)
3h 54m | Beginner | Apr 1 2019 |

The course will educate students on setting up a Windows Server environment, with supporting services and components. It will introduce you to Windows Server, as well as provide an understanding of server hardware and resources. It will also provide the basics of installing, configuring and managing Windows Servers, along with disk storage, device management, services and performance monitoring in windows server.

lecture
5 (1)
4h 8m | Beginner | Apr 9 2019 |

The course will educate you on setting up a Windows Server services starting with DNS, DHCP, Active Directory and Certificate Services. It will introduce you to basic management of Active Directory Group Policies as well as creating and managing Active Directory objects such as Users and Groups. The course will also cover files and folders such as sharing and NTFS permissions, as well using Print Server capabilities within Windows Server.

lecture
5 (1)
1h 55m | Beginner | Apr 9 2019 |

This course covers a variety of topics including web services within the internet information server. Hyper-V virtualization, Windows server remote access and administration. The course will not only walk-through installation, but also basic configuration. The course will also walk-through the basics of windows server troubleshooting using out of the box tools as well as the Sysinternals tools provided by Microsoft. Lastly, we will walkthrough a setup of Network Load-balancing and Clustering.

real-time lab
0 (0)
30m | Intermediate | Jul 17 2020 |

Building your First Module Overview When you find yourself building the same kind of script over and over again, things have to change. To go from PowerShell newbie to PowerShell pro requires going from just writing to designing and architecting code. You must know when to create building blocks you can reuses for other purposes. Modules do that just. In this lab, you are going to learn not only how to build a module but also when you should look into building your own module via a real-world project.

real-time lab
0 (0)
25m | Intermediate | Jul 2 2020 |

Building Your First PowerShell Function Overview In this lab, you will create your first PowerShell function. You will learn not only how to create a function but when you should create a function. You will also learn how to load your functions into a PowerShell session and how to invoke it.

real-time lab
0 (0)
1h 30m | Beginner | Mar 20 2020 |

In this lab, you will learn how to deploy a Windows Server Active Directory forest. After you have deployed the AD forest, you will learn how to create users, groups, and organizational units, and then join client computers to the AD domain, and wrap up the lab by configuring group policy for the domain.

real-time lab
3 (2)
1h 25m | Beginner | Jul 22 2020 |

In this lab, you will learn the basics of navigating the Linux operating system. You will learn core concepts such as using the help system, navigating the file system and using common tools like to manage files and directories.This lab automatically deploys multiple virtual machines that you will use as part of the lab and will take between 3 to 5 minutes to fully provision.

real-time lab
0 (0)
20m | Intermediate | Jul 15 2020 |

Making PowerShell Output Look Pretty with Formatting Overview In this lab, you’re going to learn how to change up how PowerShell returns output. You will learn about PowerShell’s formatting system, how to use various formatting cmdlets and some best practices on when to use formatting cmdlets.

real-time lab
5 (1)
1h | Beginner | Oct 16 2017 |

Inthis lab,youwillworkwiththestartupandshutdownprocesses.Youwillalsomodifyakernelparameterandverifytheimpactofthatchange.

real-time lab
5 (1)
30m | Beginner | Jul 23 2020 |

In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to format output using PowerShell. This will involve formatting with the pipeline and format-table/format list. You will also learn to use the --f operator and format with hash tables. Finally, you will use out-of-grid view.

real-time lab
5 (1)
30m | Beginner | Jul 23 2020 |

In this hands-on lab, you will learn about using PowerShell Providers. This lab will involve viewing providers, using the registry provider, and using the certificate provider.

real-time lab
0 (0)
20m | Intermediate | Jul 16 2020 |

Running Commands and Writing a Script Overview Throughout this series, you’ve been in the PowerShell console. You’ve been manually typing in commands, running them and seeing what comes back. That’s fine if you need to bang out a quick command to do something simple but the console’s going to fall short for more advanced tasks. PowerShell is called a scripting language for a reason - you write scripts with it. What’s a script? In PowerShell terms, a script is a combination of commands all working together to be run at one time. A script can be one to thousands of lines long. When PowerShell executes a script, it starts at the top and makes its way down to the bottom until it has run all of the code in the script.

real-time lab
0 (0)
30m | Intermediate | Jul 29 2020 |

Running Commands on Remote Computers with PowerShell Remoting Overview At some point soon in your PowerShell career, there will be a time when you need to reach out to other computers. PowerShell can do some great things on your local computer but has the ability to run any scripts and commands you can run on your local computer on remote computers also. In this lab, youre going to learn how to get started with PowerShells feature called PS Remoting and how to run commands on one or many computers at once.

real-time lab
0 (0)
35m | Intermediate | Aug 7 2020 |

Understanding and Working with Objects in PowerShell Overview In this lab, you will learn the foundational concept of PowerShell; objects. Everything in PowerShell is an object so its critical to understand what they are and how to work with them. Youll learn how to understand how to read objects, create objects and how you can interact with them in PowerShell.

real-time lab
0 (0)
15m | Intermediate | Jul 2 2020 |

Understanding and Working with PowerShell Providers Overview In this lab, you will learn about PowerShell providers and PowerShell drives. If you’ve ever run commands with a noun f Item, you’ve unknowingly been working with providers all along! You’ll see that the filesystem, registry, certificates and more are all represented in a hierarchical fashion using PowerShell drives and how useful this abstraction layer is.

real-time lab
0 (0)
30m | Beginner | Jul 23 2020 |

In this hands-on lab, you will learn how to use objects with PowerShell. You will work with .NET objects, COM objects, and WMI objects.

real-time lab
0 (0)
30m | Beginner | Jul 24 2020 |

In this hands-on lab, you will learn about using modules to organize your code with PowerShell. You will examine snap-ins and modules, create a simple module, and create a module manifest.

real-time lab
0 (0)
35m | Intermediate | Jul 2 2020 |

Using PowerShell Modules Overview In this lab, you are going to learn all about PowerShell modules. Youll learn the purpose of modules, how to find modules loaded on your computer, install new modules and more! By the end of this lab, youll be able to manage modules like a pro.

real-time lab
5 (1)
30m | Beginner | Jul 24 2020 |

In this hands-on lab you will work with the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE). This lab will begin by demonstrating the general layout and structure of the ISE. Then you will learn about using Intellisense. Finally you will learn about using Snippets in the PowerShell ISE.

real-time lab
5 (1)
50m | Beginner | Aug 19 2020 |

Lab - Windows 10 Domain Essentials This lab will take you through the essentials of joining Windows 10 desktops to an Active Directory domain and manage the systems settings and security via native apps and Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) tools.

real-time lab
4 (3)
1h 45m | Beginner | Aug 21 2020 |

Lab - Windows 10 Security This lab will take you through the essentials of Windows 10 security tools and settings for how systems can be managed safely. Note: This lab deploys multiple resources via an Azure Resource Manager (ARM) Template and will take 20-40 minutes to provision.

real-time lab
0 (0)
1h 35m | Beginner | Sep 14 2020 |

In this lab, you will learn how to manage storage in Windows 10. You will learn how to manage disks, leverage PowerShell for Disk Management, configure folder compression, configure disk quotas, create and configure storage space, and finally you will learn how to recover files that were accidently deleted.

real-time lab
0 (0)
25m | Intermediate | Jul 2 2020 |

Working with the PowerShell Pipeline Overview In this lab, you will learn about one of the most unique features of the PowerShell language; the PowerShell pipeline. Nearly all shell scripting languages have had pipelines for decades but none that passes objects.