$3,495.00 Software Assurance Training Vouchers Accepted


    Location Start date End Date Class Times Class Details Action
    03/11/2019 03/16/2019 ICLVLT Register
    04/08/2019 04/13/2019 ICLVLT Register
    05/06/2019 05/11/2019 ICLVLT Register
    06/03/2019 06/08/2019 ICLVLT Register


    Exams Included:

    • 70-697: Configuring Windows Devices
    • 70-698: Installing and Configuring Windows 10

    About TechSherpas Boot Camps

    TechSherpas ’ boot camps are geared towards providing students with the necessary skills and knowledge to not only pass the Microsoft Certification exams, but to also excel in their IT career paths. All of our boot camps are all-inclusive and include benefits such as:

    • 100% Test Pass Guarantee
    • All course materials, practice exams and official certification exams
    • Onsite Prometric Testing Center
    • Hands-on instruction by a certified instructor
    • Breakfast and Lunch provided each day
    • Airfare, lodging and transportation packages available (Option 2)

    Audience Profile

    This boot camp validates a candidate’s fundamental knowledge and skills for building solid identities, protection of content (data loss protection), mobile device management policy, virtualization with Hyper-V, application management using the Company Portal and the Windows Store. Candidates will be evaluated on Windows 10 security and integrated Azure features.

    In addition to their professional experience, candidates who take this boot camp should already have the following technical knowledge:

    • Experience with Windows desktop administration, maintenance, and troubleshooting
    • Basic experience and understanding of Windows networking technologies
    • Introductory-level knowledge of Active Directory and Microsoft Intune

    Although the focus is primarily on local scenarios, enterprise scenarios are also included, where applicable. Some cloud-integrated services are covered where appropriate, such as with Microsoft Passport.

    At Course Completion

    • Prepare for installation requirements
    • Install Windows
    • Configure devices and device drivers
    • Perform post-installation configuration
    • Implement Windows in an enterprise environment
    • Configure networking
    • Configure storage
    • Configure data access and usage
    • Implement apps
    • Configure remote management
    • Configure updates
    • Monitor Windows
    • Configure system and data recovery
    • Configure authorization and authentication
    • Configure advanced management tools
    • Manage identity
    • Plan desktop and device deployment
    • Plan and implement a Microsoft Intune device management solution
    • Configure networking
    • Configure storage
    • Manage data access and protection
    • Manage remote access
    • Manage apps
    • Manage updates and recovery


    Exam 70-697

    Manage Identity (10-15%)

    • Support Microsoft Store, Microsoft Store for Education, Microsoft Store for Business, and cloud apps.
      • Install and manage software by using Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Store for Business apps, or Microsoft Store for Education apps; sideload apps by using Microsoft Intune; sideload apps into online and offline images; deeplink apps by using Microsoft Intune; integrate Microsoft account, including personalization settings
    • Support authentication and authorization.
      • Identify and resolve issues related to multi-factor authentication, Windows Hello for Business, virtual smart cards, picture passwords, and biometrics; implement workgroup and domain authentication; implement Homegroup; configure computer and user authentication using secure channel, account policies, credential caching, and Credential Manager; implement local accounts and Microsoft accounts; configure Windows Hello for Business; implement Azure AD Join; connect Microsoft accounts to domain accounts

    Plan Desktop and Device Deployment (10-15%)

    • Migrate and configure user data.
      • Migrate user profiles; configure folder location; configure profiles, including profile version, local, roaming, and mandatory
    • Configure Hyper-V.
      • Create and configure virtual machines including integration services; create and manage checkpoints; create and configure virtual switches; create and configure virtual disks; move a virtual machine’s storage
    • Configure mobility options.
      • Configure offline file policies, power policies (powercfg), Windows to Go, sync options, Sync Center, and Wi-Fi direct
    • Configure security for mobile devices.
      • Configure BitLocker; configure startup key storage

    Plan and Implement a Microsoft 365 Solution (10-15%)

    • Support mobile devices.
      • Support mobile device policies including security policies, remote access, and remote wipe; support mobile access and data synchronization including Work Folders and Sync Center; support broadband connectivity including broadband tethering and metered networks; support Mobile Device Management by using Microsoft Intune including, Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, iOS, and Android
    • Deploy software updates by using Microsoft Intune.
      • Use reports and In-Console Monitoring to identify required updates; approve or decline updates; configure automatic approval settings; configure deadlines for update installations; deploy third-party updates
    • Manage devices with Microsoft 365 Solution.
      • Provision user accounts; enroll devices; view and manage all managed devices; configure the Microsoft Intune subscriptions; configure the Microsoft Service Connection Point role; manage user and computer groups; configure monitoring and alerts; manage policies; manage remote computers
    • Configure information protection.
      • Manage and configure Office 365 Data Loss Prevention, Windows Information Protection and BitLocker, Azure Information Protection, Microsoft Cloud App Security, Office 365 Advanced Security Management

    Configure Networking (10-15%)

    • Configure IP settings.
      • Configure name resolution; connect to a network; configure network locations
    • Configure networking settings.
      • Connect to a wireless network; manage preferred wireless networks; configure network adapters
    • Configure and maintain network security.
      • Configure Windows Firewall; configure Windows Firewall with Advanced Security; configure connection security rules (IPsec); configure authenticated exceptions; configure network discovery

    Configure Storage (10-15%)

    • Support data storage.
      • Identify and resolve issues related to the following: DFS client including caching settings; storage spaces including capacity and fault tolerance; OneDrive
    • Support data security.
      • Identify and resolve issues related to the following: Permissions including share, NTFS, and Dynamic Access Control (DAC); Encrypting File System (EFS) including Data Recovery Agent; access to removable media; BitLocker and BitLocker To Go including Data Recovery Agent and Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring (MBAM)

    Manage Data Access and Protection (10-15%)

    • Configure shared resources.
      • Configure shared folder permissions; configure HomeGroup settings; configure libraries; configure shared printers; configure OneDrive
    • Configure file and folder access.
      • Encrypt files and folders by using EFS; configure NTFS permissions; configure disk quotas; configure file access auditing Configure authentication and authorization.

    Manage Remote Access (10-15%)

    • Configure remote connections.
      • Configure remote authentication; configure Remote Desktop settings; configure VPN connections and authentication; enable VPN Reconnect; configure broadband tethering; configure Remote Desktop client for Windows 10 Mobile, iOS, and Android; protect remote desktop credentials with Remote Credential Guard; enable restricted admin mode for RDP in Windows 8.1 and Windows 2012 R2
    • Configure mobility options.
      • Configure offline file policies; configure power policies; configure Windows to Go; configure sync options; configure Wi-Fi direct.

    Manage Apps (10-15%)

    • Deploy and manage RemoteApp
      • Configure RemoteApp and Desktop Connections settings, configure Group Policy Objects (GPOs) for signed packages, subscribe to the Desktop Connections feeds, export and import RemoteApp configurations, support iOS and Android, configure remote desktop web access for distribution
    • Support desktop apps.
      • Support desktop app compatibility using Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK); desktop application co-existence using Hyper-V and App-V; configuration of User Experience Virtualization (UE-V); deploy desktop apps by using Microsoft Intune

    Manage Updates and Recovery (10-15%)

    • Configure system recovery.
      • Configure a recovery drive; configure system restore; perform a refresh or recycle; perform a driver rollback; configure restore points
    • Configure file recovery.
      • Restore previous versions of files and folders; configure File History; recover files from OneDrive
    • Configure and manage updates.
      • Configure update settings; configure Windows Update policies; manage update history; roll back updates; update Microsoft Store apps


    Exam 70-698

    Implement Windows (30–35%)

    • Prepare for installation requirements
      • Determine hardware requirements and compatibility; choose between an upgrade and a clean installation; determine appropriate editions according to device type; determine requirements for particular features such as Hyper-V, Cortana, Miracast, Virtual Smart Cards, and Secure Boot; determine and create appropriate installation media; configure upgrade readiness
    • Install Windows
      • Perform clean installations; upgrade using installation media; configure native boot scenarios; identify valid upgrade paths; migrate from previous versions of Windows; install to virtual hard disk (VHD); boot from VHD; install on bootable USB; install additional Windows features; configure Windows for additional regional and language support
    • Configure devices and device drivers
      • Install, update, disable, and roll back drivers; resolve driver issues; configure driver settings including signed and unsigned drivers; manage driver packages; download and import driver packages; use the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) tool to add packages
    • Perform post-installation configuration
      • Configure and customize start menu, desktop, taskbar, and notification settings according to device type; configure accessibility options; configure Cortana; configure Microsoft Edge; configure Internet Explorer; configure client Hyper-V; configure power settings
    • Implement Windows in an enterprise environment
      • Provision with the Windows Configuration Designer tool; implement Active Directory–based activation; implement volume activation using a Key Management Service (KMS); query and configure activation states using the command line; configure Active Directory including Group Policies; configure and optimize user account control (UAC)

    Configure and Support Core Services (30–35%)

    • Configure networking
      • Configure and support IPv4 and IPv6 network settings; configure name resolution; connect to a network; configure network locations; configure Windows Firewall; configure Windows Firewall with Advanced Security; configure network discovery; configure Wi-Fi settings; configure Wi-Fi Direct; troubleshoot network issues; configure VPN such as app-triggered VPN, traffic filters, and lockdown VPN; configure IPsec; configure Direct Access
    • Configure storage
      • Configure disks, volumes and file system options using Disk Management, and Windows PowerShell; create and configure VHDs; configure removable devices; create and configure storage spaces; troubleshoot storage and removable devices issue
    • Configure data access and usage
      • Configure file and printer sharing and HomeGroup connections; configure folder shares, public folders, and OneDrive; configure file system permissions; configure OneDrive usage including Files On Demand; troubleshoot data access and usage
    • Implement Apps
      • Configure desktop apps; configure startup options; configure Windows features; configure Windows Store; implement Windows Store apps; implement Windows Store for Business; implement Windows Store for Education; provision packages; create packages; use deployment tools; use the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK)
    • Configure remote management
      • Choose the appropriate remote management tools; configure remote management settings; modify settings remotely by using the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) or Windows PowerShell; configure Remote Assistance including Easy Connect; configure Remote Desktop; configure remote PowerShell

    Manage and Maintain Windows (30–35%)

    • Configure updates
      • Configure Windows Update options; implement Insider Preview, Current Branch (CB), Current Branch for Business (CBB), and Long Term Servicing Branch (LTSB) scenarios; manage update history; roll back updates; update Windows Store apps
    • Monitor Windows
      • Configure and analyze Event Viewer logs; configure event subscriptions; monitor performance using Task Manager; monitor performance using Resource Monitor; monitor performance using Performance Monitor and Data Collector Sets; monitor system resources; monitor and manage printers; configure indexing options; manage client security by using Windows Defender; evaluate system stability using Reliability Monitor; troubleshoot performance issues; manage security using the Windows Defender Security Center; configure Windows Defender Advanced Threat Detection
    • Configure system and data recovery
      • Configure a recovery drive; configure a system restore; perform a refresh or recycle; perform a driver rollback; configure restore points; resolve hardware and device issues; interpret data from Device Manager; restore previous versions of files and folders; configure File History; recover files from OneDrive; use Windows Backup and Restore; perform a backup and restore with WBAdmin; perform recovery operations using Windows Recovery
    • Configure authorization and authentication
      • Configure Microsoft Passport; configure picture passwords and biometrics; configure workgroups; configure domain settings; configure Azure AD Domain join; configure Homegroup settings; configure Credential Manager; configure local accounts; configure Microsoft accounts; configure Device Registration; configure Windows Hello for Business; configure Device Guard; configure Credential Guard; configure Device Health Attestation; configure UAC behaviour; configure Dynamic Lock
    • Configure advanced management tools
      • Configure services; configure Device Manager; configure and use the MMC; configure Task Scheduler; configure automation of management tasks using Windows PowerShell; convert Group Policy objects to MDM policies using the MDM Migration Analysis tool