10967: Fundamentals of a Windows Server® Infrastructure Training provides fundamental skills and knowledge that is required to create a Windows Server framework with the help of Windows Server. This technical course contains comprehensive information on networking, system administration, and security that you need to apply to a Windows Server framework. It helps in understanding the basics of configuration, installation, storage, network components, server roles, and maintaining a Windows Server. This program is suitable for individuals who have just stepped into the IT industry or professionals who want to switch careers into Windows Server Technologies. By the end of the course, students will be able to recognize the security features in Windows Server and identify and apply extra software components to elevate your company's security standards.
This training is designed based on the objectives of the course variant 10967A.
The most suited candidates for this course are those about to start their career in the IT field or wanting to shift into Windows Server roles. The basic knowledge gained from this course can be utilized by personal computer users, business owners, college students, IT workers, technical managers and help desk technicians.
This program prepares learners for IT jobs or serves as a prerequisite coaching class before they take the MCSA certification exam.
Before going to 10967: Fundamentals of a Windows Server Infrastructure course, understudies must have: