Exam Ref 70-697 Configuring Windows Devices

Exam Ref 70-697 Configuring Windows Devices

by Andrew Bettany, Andrew Warren

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Exam Ref 70-697 Configuring Windows Devices by Andrew Bettany, Andrew Warren

Prepare for Microsoft Exam 70-697–and help demonstrate your real-world mastery of configuring Windows 10 devices in the enterprise. Designed for experienced IT professionals ready to advance their status, this Exam Ref focuses on the critical-thinking and decision-making acumen needed for success at the MCSA level.

Focus on the expertise measured by these objectives:

• Manage identity

• Plan desktop and device deployment

• Plan and implement a Microsoft 365 Solution

• Configure networking

• Configure storage

• Manage data access and protection

• Manage remote access

• Manage apps

• Manage updates and recovery

This Microsoft Exam Ref:

• Organizes its coverage by exam objectives

• Features strategic, what-if scenarios to challenge you

• Assumes you have experience with Windows desktop administration, maintenance, and troubleshooting; Windows 10 security, and integrated Azure features; as well as a basic understanding of Windows networking, Active Directory, and Microsoft Intune

For details on requirements for taking Exam 70-697, go to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/learning/exam-70-697.aspx

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781509307852
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Publication date: 05/18/2018
Pages: 432
Sales rank: 786,481
Product dimensions: 7.30(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Andrew Bettany, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (Windows and Devices for IT), Dad, IT Geek, training mentor and consultant, entrepreneur, and author. As a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), Andrew is recognized for his Windows expertise, and is the author of several publications, including Windows exam certification prep, Microsoft official training materials, and an author of video training materials for LinkedIn Learning and Pluralsight.

Having managed the IT Academy at the University of York, UK for years, he now focuses his time training and writing. As a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Andrew delivers learning and consultancy to businesses on many technical areas including Microsoft 365, Azure, and Windows. He has co-founded the “IT Masterclasses” series of short intensive technical courses, www.itmasterclasses.com, and is passionate about helping others learn technology. He is a frequent speaker and proctor at Microsoft Ignite conferences worldwide. Active on social media, Andrew can be found on LinkedIn Facebook and Twitter. He lives in a village just outside of the beautiful city of York in Yorkshire (UK).


Andrew Warren has over 30 years of experience in IT and has served as subject matter expert for many Microsoft Official Curriculum courses. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and runs his own training consultancy in the UK.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Manage Identity

Skill 1.1: Support Microsoft Store, Microsoft Store for Education, Microsoft Store for Business, and cloud apps

Skill 1.2: Support authentication and authorization

Chapter 2 Plan desktop and device deployment

Skill 2.1: Migrate and configure user data

Skill 2.2: Configure Hyper-V

Skill 2.3: Configure mobility options

Skill 2.4: Configure security for mobile devices

Chapter 3 Plan and implement a Microsoft 365 solution

Skill 3.1: Support mobile devices

Skill 3.2: Deploy software by using Microsoft Intune

Skill 3.3: Manage devices with Microsoft 365 Solution

Skill 3.4: Configure information protection

Chapter 4 Configure networking

Skill 4.1: Configure IP settings

Skill 4.2: Configure network settings

Skill 4.3: Configure and maintain network security

Chapter 5 Configure storage

Skill 5.1: Support data storage

Skill 5.2: Support data security

Chapter 6 Manage data access and protection

Skill 6.1: Configure shared resources.

Skill 6.2: Configure file and folder access

Chapter 7 Manage remote access

Skill 7.1: Configure remote

Skill 7.2: Configure mobility options

Chapter 8 Manage apps

Skill 8.1: Deploy and manage RemoteApp apps

Skill 8.2: Support desktop apps

Chapter 9 Manage updates and recovery

Skill 9.1: Configure system recovery

Skill 9.2: Configure file recovery

Skill 9.3: Configure and manage updates

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lenz32 More than 1 year ago
This is a total waste of time as a study guide for test takers. To summarize, each chapter or section refers you back to a Microsoft tech bulletin which contains all the information you can read for free right from Microsoft's web site. In fact, there is never enough information contained just within the book itself to adequately explain any presented topic. The topics are jumbled in an illogical order. The chapter titles and descriptions have no bearing on what is actually presented. The prose is often backwards, like trying to translate everything as spoken by Yoda. For instance, in describing a UNC path "UNC addresses contain the name of the host computer, preceded by two backward slashes and the shared folder name, separated by a backward slash". Properly it would be "a UNC path is defined by two backslash characters followed by the computer host name, followed by another backslash and the actual share or resource name." I use this as an example to show how poorly it is written. Further, while it gives "thought subjects" and some sample questions the answers are at the back of the chapter and printed without the original question. As a result you have to keep flipping back and forth to either confirm your answer or to read the question to see what they consider the correct answer and the reason(s) behind it. All in all it is a woefully pitiful attempt as a learning resource.