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Windows Server Administration

Windows Server Administration (MCSA)

Microsoft designed two types of Windows Operating Systems like Server Operating Systems and Desktop Operating Systems. Windows Server is widely using server operating system for hosting enterprise applications. Servers are extremely powerful machines that are designed to run constantly and provide services and resources for other devices in the network. Typically, Windows Server is only used in business purpose.

  • Deploying & managing server 2012
  • Introduction to ADDS
  • Implementing DHCP Server
  • IPAM
  • Implementing File and Print Services
  • Backup and Restore
  • Windows Deployment Services
  • WSUS
  • Windows Server Virtualization
  • File Service
  • Upgrade of server OS
  • Implementing Remote Access
  • Windows Clustering
  • Name Resolution
  • Name Server of Windows
  • DNS Zones & DNS Record Management
  • Conditional forwarders
  • Log Management
  • Backup and Restore
  • Active Directory Protocols
  • Active Directory Installation
  • Active Directory Concepts
  • Active Directory Roles
  • Active Directory Group policy
  • Active Directory Sites and Replication
  • Designing AD DS Domain Administration
  • Designing an AD LDS Infrastructure
  • Designing a Public Key Infrastructure
  • Basic PowerShell Commands
  • Active Directory Migration
  • Protocols used in IIS
  • Introduction of Web server
  • Introduction of Internet Information Services 8.5
  • Installation of IIS 8.5
  • Managing IISfiles
  • IIS Configuration
  • Backing up and restoring configuration files

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