Microsoft Windows Server Administration Training

In Nottingham

£ 800 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Location

    Nottingham

  • Duration

    2 Days

Description


Suitable for: This course provides administrators with the knowledge and skills required to perform administrative duties on the windows server

Facilities

Location

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Nottingham (Nottinghamshire)
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46-48 Alfreton Road, NG7 3NN

Starts

On request

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Course programme

Server Administration Part I (1 Day) Server Administration Part II (1 Day)

Delegates are expected to have a basic understanding of accounts and a basic knowledge of working in a windows environment. Manuals that cover the day's topics will be provided to each delegate. Delegates are also encouraged to bring their own questions list for troubleshooting Delegates are expected to have completed the Part I of the Server Administration Training Course. Manuals that cover the day's topics will be provided to each delegate. Delegates are also encouraged to bring their own questions list for troubleshooting Overview of Windows XP and Server 2003 •Secure Architecture •Automated System Recovery •Disk Management Enhancements •Remote Desktop •Remote Assistance •Mobile Computing Features •NTFS Features •Troubleshooting Windows XP and Server 2003 •Licensing and Activation •Reactivating Windows XP •Workgroups •Active Directory Domains •Networking Features The Registry •Operating System Information •File Associations •Regedit - The Registry Editor Tool •Searching the Registry •Modifying the Registry •Exporting the Registry •Adding Keys and Data Values Installing the Operating System •Pre-installation Checklist •Installing Windows Server 2003 •System Requirements •Installing on a New System •CD Installation •Deploying Windows Across an Enterprise •Creating Answer Files and Uniqueness Files with Setup Manager •Sysprep •Server Roles •Partitioning •Upgrading Existing Operating Systems System Monitoring •Event Viewer •System Monitor •Performance Logs and Alerts •The Msconfig Utility •The Recovery Console •Enabling the Recovery Console •Backing Up the Registry •Backing Up the System State •Using System Restore •System Restore Features •Types of Restore Points •Undoing a System Restoration •Recovering from System Failure •The Msinfo Tool Graphical User Interface Configuration •Desktop Look and Feel •Start Menu Options •Taskbar Properties •Administrative Tools •Appearance and Themes •Printers and Hardware •Computer Management Console •Performance Tuning •Managing Hardware Devices •Power Options Application Performance •Application Compatibility •Compatibility Administration Tool •Using Compatibility Mode •Setting Environment Variables •Registry Permissions Managing Windows •The Microsoft Management Console Overview •Troubleshooting Hardware •Examining Event Logs •Supporting USB Devices •Administrative Tools Package •Resource KSupport Tools File Systems •FAT16/FAT32 •NTFS •Compression •Disk Quotas •Distributed File System Microsoft Management Console •Using Snap-Ins •Computer Management •Disk Management •System Service Management •Device Management •Pre-Configured Consoles •Customizing Consoles •Task Pads Environment Management •Fast User Switching •Managing Multiple Accounts •Simple File Sharing •Internet Connection Firewall Overview •Network Bridging •Files and Settings Transfer Wizard Data Storage •Basic Disk Partitions •Dynamic Disk Volumes •Partitioning •RAID •Mirror Sets •Disk Defragmentation •Extending Volumes •NTFS File and Folder Permissions •Permission Inheritance •Shared Folder Permissions •Default Shares for Administrators •Auditing Object Access Printing •Terminology •Installing Local Printers •Managing Printers •Installing Print Drivers •Internet Printing •Configuring Printer Settings •Sharing Printers •Printer Pooling •Print Permissions •Troubleshooting Printer Problems Administering Users and Groups •Creating Local Users and Groups •Creating Domain Users and Groups •Setting User Rights •Setting the Accounts Policy •Group Membership Rules •Roaming Profiles •Logon Scripts •Monitoring Network Resources •Auditing Events Users and Groups •User Accounts •Default Users and Groups •Creating Local User Accounts •Local Group Accounts •Administrators, Power Users, and Operators •Creating Local Groups Windows Enhanced TCP/IP •Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol •Configuring TCP/IP •Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) •Configuring IP Addresses •Automatic Private IP Addressing •TCP/IP Diagnostic Tools •Ipconfig, Ping, and Tracert Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol •Purpose of DHCP •DHCP Lease Process •DHCP Relay Agent •Troubleshooting DHCP Clients •Authorizing a DHCP Server in Active Directory •Scopes •Reservations •DHCP Options System Security •Security Permissions •System Rights •Assigning Permissions to Users and Groups •Encrypting Folders and Files •Sharing Resources Across The Network •Setting Security Permissions System Recovery and Restoration •Windows Backup Utility •Safe Mode Set Up •Advanced System Recovery •Repair Command Console Remote Desktop •Configuring Remote Desktop •Remote Desktop Features •Enabling Remote Desktop •Remote Assistance •Requesting Remote Assistance •Saving an Invitation File •Responding to an Assistance Request

Microsoft Windows Server Administration Training

£ 800 + VAT