Windows Server Administration

Windows Server Administration is the first course you must take and understand on your route to becoming an IT professional in the technical area such as Network Engineering – irrespective of whether this network is Enterprise, Virtual or Cloud-based.  Aside giving you an overview of how things work and equipping you to become corporate Network Administrator, it also prepares you for…

On completion of training, you should be able to:

  • Setup Servers, Domains and Services
  • Configure Active Directory, DNS, DHCP
  • Setup Replica Domain Controllers
  • Manager User Accounts on Corporate Networks
  • Share Network Resources Securely

Windows Server Administration Training curriculum

  • Install Type2 Hypervisor on your laptop to create Virtual Environment for Virtual Machines
  • Install and Prepare Oracle VM Virtual Box for Networking of VMs
  • Gain basic understanding of LANs, IP Addressing, Network Infrastructure, etc.
  • Install and configure Windows Server 2016
  • Configure Windows Server 2016 Domain Controllers
  • Configure Windows Server 2016 as a DHCP server
  • Configure Windows Server 2016 as a DNS server
  • Replicate Domain Controller, DNS and DHCP Servers for Redundancy
  • Add Windows 10 Clients to your Server 2016 Domain
  • Build NETWORK TROUBLESHOOTING skill around your understanding of Networking concepts
  • Create Group Policy Objects (GPOs) using Group Policy Management
  • Create and Manage users, groups and OUs using Active Directory Users & Computers
  • Install and manage IIS Web Management Services
  • Install and manage File Distribution System Server

First, see sample Lecture session below to determine if this training method will be right for you: