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Microsoft AZ-801 Real Exam Questions

Last Update: 26 Sep 2023


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Exam Number: AZ-801

Exam Title: Configuring Windows Server Hybrid Advanced Services

Passing Score: 700 (Total Score: 1000)(Tips: You should pass 70% for each section of the exam (bar on the chart), or else you still faild the exam even your total score more than 700 )

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Total Questions: 128 QAs

Type: Real Exam Questions

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Microsoft AZ-801 Exam Objectives

Secure Windows Server on-premises and hybrid infrastructures (25–30%)

Secure Windows Server operating system

  • Configure and manage Exploit Protection
  • Configure and manage Windows Defender Application Control
  • Configure and manage Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
  • Configure and manage Windows Defender Credential Guard
  • Configure SmartScreen
  • Implement operating system security by using Group Policies

Secure a hybrid Active Directory infrastructure

  • Configure password policies
  • Enable password block lists
  • Manage protected users
  • Manage account security on an RODC
  • Harden domain controllers
  • Configure authentication policy silos
  • Restrict access to domain controllers
  • Configure account security
  • Manage AD built-in administrative groups
  • Manage AD delegation
  • Implement and manage Microsoft Defender for Identity

Identify and remediate Windows Server security issues by using Azure Services

  • Monitor on-premises servers and Azure IaaS VMs by using Microsoft Sentinel
  • Identify and remediate security issues on-premises servers and Azure IaaS VMs by using Microsoft Defender for Cloud

Secure Windows Server networking

  • Manage Windows Defender Firewall
  • Implement domain isolation
  • Implement connection security rules

Secure Windows Server storage

  • Manage Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption (BitLocker)
  • Manage and recover encrypted volumes
  • Enable storage encryption by using Azure Disk Encryption
  • Manage disk encryption keys for IaaS virtual machines

Implement and manage Windows Server high availability (10–15%)

Implement a Windows Server failover cluster

  • Implement a failover cluster on-premises, hybrid, or cloud-only
  • Create a Windows failover cluster
  • Implement a stretch cluster across datacenters or Azure regions
  • Configure storage for failover clustering
  • Modify quorum options
  • Configure network adapters for failover clustering
  • Configure cluster workload options
  • Configure cluster sets
  • Configure Scale-Out File servers
  • Create an Azure witness
  • Configure a floating IP address for the cluster
  • Implement load balancing for the failover cluster

Manage failover clustering

  • Implement cluster-aware updating
  • Recover a failed cluster node
  • Upgrade a node to Windows Server 2022
  • Failover workloads between nodes
  • Install Windows updates on cluster nodes
  • Manage failover clusters using Windows Admin Center

Implement and manage Storage Spaces Direct

  • Create a failover cluster using Storage Spaces Direct
  • Upgrade a Storage Spaces Direct node
  • Implement networking for Storage Spaces Direct
  • Configure Storage Spaces Direct

Implement disaster recovery (10–15%)

Manage backup and recovery for Windows Server

  • Back up and restore files and folders to Azure Recovery Services Vault
  • Install and manage Azure Backup Server
  • Back up and recover using Azure Backup Server
  • Manage backups in Azure Recovery Services Vault
  • Create a backup policy
  • Configure backup for Azure VM using the built-in backup agent
  • Recover VM using temporary snapshots
  • Recover VMs to new Azure VMs
  • Restore a VM

Implement disaster recovery by using Azure Site Recovery

  • Configure Azure Site Recovery networking
  • Configure Site Recovery for on-premises VMs
  • Configure a recovery plan
  • Configure Site Recovery for Azure VMs
  • Implement VM replication to secondary datacenter or Azure region
  • Configure Azure Site Recovery policies

Protect virtual machines by using Hyper-V replicas

  • Configure Hyper-V hosts for replication
  • Manage Hyper-V replica servers
  • Configure VM replication
  • Perform a failover

Migrate servers and workloads (20–25%)

Migrate workloads from previous versions to Windows Server 2022

  • Migrate IIS
  • Migrate Hyper-V hosts
  • Migrate RDS host servers
  • Migrate DHCP
  • Migrate print servers

Migrate IIS workloads to Azure

  • Migrate IIS workloads to Azure Web Apps
  • Migrate IIS workloads to containers

Migrate an AD DS infrastructure to Windows Server 2022 AD DS

  • Migrate AD DS objects, including users, groups and Group Policies using AD Migration Tool
  • Migrate to a new Active Directory forest
  • Upgrade an existing forest

Monitor and troubleshoot Windows Server environments (20–25%)

Monitor Windows Server by using Windows Server tools and Azure services

  • Monitor Windows Server by using Performance Monitor
  • Create and configure Data Collector Sets
  • Monitor servers and configure alerts by using Windows Admin Center
  • Analyze Windows Server system data by using System Insights
  • Manage event logs
  • Deploy Azure Monitor agents
  • Collect performance counters to Azure
  • Create alerts
  • Monitor Azure VMs by using Azure diagnostics extension
  • Monitor Azure VMs performance by using VM Insights

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