Comprehensive Video Tutorials

MTA Server Administration Fundamentals (Exam 98-365) Online Course (12 months Access)

CareerVision Training
Online

£ 204 - (240 )
+IVA

Informazione importanti

  • Corso
  • Online
  • Durata:
    Flexible
  • Quando:
    Da definire
  • Campus online
Descrizione

The Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Server Admin. Fundamentals training course is designed to provide students with an understanding and explanation of fundamental server administration concepts. This training course prepares students for Microsoft Exam 98-365. MTA is a new entry-level Certification from Microsoft that validates the foundational knowledge needed to take the first step toward building a successful career in technology.

The MTA certification programs cover the baseline knowledge of building and managing Microsoft Windows Servers, Windows based network operating systems, Active Directory, account management, and system recovery tools. Expert Tom Carpenter guides you through each exam objective seamlessly, all the while preparing you for Microsoft exam 98-365.

This training course provides you with interactive videos that meet the needs of multiple styles of learning from auditory to visual. The MTA Server Administration Fundamentals training course includes a pre test and post test that accurately identifies your skill gap. Carpenter will come in and help you close that skill gap with content concentrating on each exam objective. Achieving MTA certifications is the ideal first step towards becoming a Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS).



Benefits:

• 9 Hours of Interactive Training on 3 CDs
• Firm understanding of server installation and configuration techniques
• Understand and configure Active Directory domains, users, groups and computers
• Perform regular maintenance using system monitoring and recovery...

Informazione importanti
Sedi

Dove e quando

Inizio Luogo
Da definire
Online

Cosa impari in questo corso?

Access
Server
IT

Programma


• Prerequisites
• Microsoft Certification Paths
• Server Administration Benefits
• Server Administration Topics • Windows Server Editions
• Installation Types
• Upgrade vs. Clean Install
• Interactive Installs
• Unattended Installs
• WDS Installs
• Post Installation Tasks
• Installing Device Drivers • Network Layer Servers
• Access Servers
• Network Service Servers
• User Service Servers
• Application Server Models
• Virtualized Services
• Proper Startup and Shutdown • Application Servers
• Remote Access
• Enable Remote Access
• Remote Desktop Client
• Add Web Server Role
• Managing IIS
• Add New Web Site
• Configuring Web Site Options
• SSL Options
• Application Pools • Installing a Printer
• Printer Sharing
• Driver Deployment
• Share Level vs. NTFS Level Shares
• User Rights vs. User Permissions
• Object Auditing • Active Directory Defined
• Active Directory Components
• Operation Masters
• Understanding Replication
• Domain Functional Levels
• Forest Functional Levels
• Trusts and Namespaces • Understanding Group Policies
• Computer Config vs. User Config Policies
• Policy Categories
• Review Group Policy Results
• Local Group Policy Editor
• User Accounts
• User Account Properties
• Creating Groups
• Group Properties
• Active Directory Containers
• Delegation

• SCSI Overview
• SCSI-1
• SCSI-2
• SCSI-3
• Newer SCSI Standards
• LVD and HVD
• Multimode and Single-Ended
• Connecting SCSI Devices
• IDE Systems
• ATA Implementations
• SATA Implementations
• Serial Attached SCSI
• Storage Considerations • Fibre Channel Overview
• Fibre Channel Interfaces
• Fibre Channel Arrays
• SMF vs. MMF
• Fibre Channel Connectors
• Fibre Channel Speeds
• Fibre Channel Architectures
• iSCSI
• FCIP
• SATA
• NAS vs. SAN
• Backup Storage • RAID Benefits
• RAID 0
• RAID 1
• RAID-5
• Complex RAID Arrays
• RAID Technologies • Standard RAID Levels
• Nested RAID Levels
• Software-Based RAID
• Initializing Disks
• New Striped Volume
• Verify Striped Volume
• Mirrored Volume
• RAID-5 Volume
• Failed Redundancy • Virtualization Methods
• Benefits of Virtualization
• VM Components
• VM Management
• Hyper-V • Hardware Compatibility
• Microsoft Hardware Compatibility Catalog
• Patch Management
• Server Monitoring
• Basic Administration Tips

• Working with Disk Management
• Create New Simple Volume
• Advanced Disk Features
• Business Continuity
• Understanding ITIL
• Windows Update Options
• Review Update History • Multiprocessing
• Multi vs. Dual Processors
• Processes, Threads, and Fibers
• 64-Bit Processors
• WOW32 and WOW64
• 64-Bit Operating Systems
• Processor Features
• Server Memory
• Advanced Memory Features
• Memory Redundancy
• Selecting Memory • Performance Analysis
• Creating a Baseline
• Viewing Performance Reports
• Processor Bottlenecks
• I/O Bottlenecks
• Disk Bottlenecks
• Performance Counters
• Trend Analysis • Troubleshooting
• Identifying the Problem
• Theorize
• Test the Theory
• Establish and Enact the Plan
• Post-Repair Testing
• Root Cause Analysis
• Documentation • Boot Process
• Advanced Boot Options
• Managing Services
• Service Status and Startup Type
• Configuring Service Accounts
• Service Recovery Options
• Managing Services via Command Prompt • Event Viewer
• Viewing Events
• Filtering Events
• Custom Views
• Assigning Tasks to Events
• Event Subscription
• Event Log Settings • Disaster Recovery Plan
• Handling a Disaster
• Redundancy
• Data Retention
• Data Destruction