IPV6 is a completely new concept to most people studying for the 70-410. The reality is, most IT environments have yet to implement this infrastructure so hands on experience is often limited. Expect to see a least a few IPV6 questions on your exam.

This video gives a very good overall understanding of what IPV6 is and how it works.


It is important to know how to subnet in IPV6. Although it is not clearly outlined in the objectives, there may be test questions regarding how to do this.

This video gives a great explanation on subnetting with IPV6


Many of you have likely dont IPv4 subnetting in the past. If you need a quick refresher, this is an excellent tutorial.


This is one subject that often causes trouble for many 70-410 test takers. You need to know the difference between primary, secondary, active directory integrated, stub zones, forwarding zones etc. This video is a great start.


FSMO roles can be tricky at first glance. It is important to know the roles and their functionality for all 3 MCSA exams. This video gives a quick rundown on the basics of each. It is geared towards Server 2008 R2 but the same concepts apply to Server 2012.


Unless you have worked with GPOs in the past, it can be very difficult to wrap your ahead around what Group Policy actually is and what it can do. This video will give a very good overview of just that.


GPO preferences were a new feature in 2008. They are still used in Server 2012 and are extremely important to understand for all MCSA exams. This video provides a great foundation on GPO preferences.

This provides a very in-depth overview of how DNS works, terminology, DNS zones etc. This is a very challenging part of the 70-410 and 70-411 exams (especially if you have very little hands on experience). This series provided by Barry Brown will give you a very strong foundation of what DNS is all about.