As of this past week, the course is/was still in production.** What you're seeing is the part of the course that has already been recorded. The unavailable topics haven't been recorded yet.
** Microsoft just announced that they are retiring AZ-100 and AZ-101 on May 1, so it's unlikely that the course will be completed in its current form. AZ-100 and AZ-101 are being replaced by AZ-103 on May 1. I'm guessing IT Pro TV will rework their plans for AZ-100/101 and record an AZ-103 course instead. See Mike Rodrick's comments near the bottom of this thread.
If anything I said is incorrect, hopefully someone from IT Pro TV will correct it on Monday.
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App triggered VPNs are more about simplifying the process for end users than limiting them. When a user is working remotely, they might use an application that requires access to the corporate network (database access, etc). This would require the user to first establish a VPN connection to the corporate network, and then launch the app. This was an extra step that was often forgotten, and would lead to frustration and calls to the help desk. With an app triggered VPN, the operating system is made aware of when an application needs access to the corporate network. When a user tries to run the application, the OS will recognize the app, and first establish a VPN connection in the background, without user interaction. The user didn't have to remember to first establish the VPN, they simply launch the app and everything 'just works'. They are happy, and no calls to the help desk!
While you can mess things up with the wrong Powershell commands, I wouldn't worry too much about it. Just be safe and always have a recent backup :)
That being said, that's one of my favorite things about virtualization. It's so easy to take a snapshot, and roll back if (when) things go wrong!
Keep watching and asking questions!