Working on my 70-410.I have a quick little rant...
I noticed that the videos explain the various objectives so far, but they lack on power shell.
I have the MeasureUP practice test for 70-410 and every single freaking question is about power sheel cmdlets, how to move an AD object, or etc.
Is this truly how the 70-410 exam is? What do these videos provide as far as power shell?
I mean its the first exam of 3, I did not expect to have to know power shells for installing and configuring Server 2012, I mean besides using DSC, or Features on demand sections. But damn I have to know power shell to work with active directory? Then why do all the study guides show you the damn GUI method versus the powershell cmdlets?
This is very frustrating. I feel I am wasting money, and spinning my wheels. I am watching the videos, doing virtual labs, but BARELY anything is done in command shell.
I am not new to this, I deal with servers and active directory every day, I have even dabbled in power shell for office 365 administration. But I feel like a complete idiot!
For example -
From measureUP's practice exam 70-410 -
You manage a server named Serve1 that runs Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 with the Hyper-V role installed. You are planning to run a virtual machine named VM1 on Server1. You need to configure SR-IOV for vm1.
Which PowerShell cmdlet shouldyou use to enable SR-IOV?
I know how to do it in the god damn GUI. But My powershell is WEAAAK!!!
How do I, one that is very comfortable in Server 2012 / 2012 R2 get my PowerShell game up quick so I can get this shit rolling and take these exams?