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Microsoft Windows Operating Systems is widely used in today’s businesses and as a result many organizations are in dire need of individuals that have the required skill sets to operate and maintain a windows network

A good knowledge of Windows Server 2012 r2 makes you eligible for positions such as a computer systems administrator or as a computer network specialist.

The Microsoft’s MCSA and MCSE certifications in Windows Server 2012 Training equips you with the fundamental skills required to install, configure, troubleshoot and maintain a Windows Server 2012 infrastructure.

The candidate will be able to perform the following tasks after the successful completion of this training:

1. Plan and implement upgradation, migration, and server deployment strategy.
2. Plan, design and implement storage and file services, network protection, and remote access services.
3. Work with Microsoft System Centre 2012 for server virtualization strategy.
4. Plan and implement an application, file services, and a highly available server infrastructure.
5. Design an image management strategy.
6. Implement desktop security and handle User State Migration.
7. Use Group Policy, Windows System Center 2012 Configuration and App-V to deploy applications.
8. Design and deploy Windows Server 2012 roles and features to support presentation virtualization, application virtualization.


Windows Server 2012 (MCSA Course Overview)



Course Code: 70-410
Course Duration: 4 weeks
Course Overview:
Powering the HP Proliant server
Configuring IP (Intelligent Provisioning)
Choosing the right raid Level (raid 0,1,5,6 & 10)
Installing and configuring servers
Configure server roles and features
Configure Hyper-V
Deploying and configuring core network services
Install, configure and administer Active Directory
Create and manage Group Policy
Installing and configuring printers
Installing and configuring additional domain controller



Course Code: 70-411
Course Duration: 4 weeks
Course Overview:
Deploying and updating Windows Server 2012
Managing account policies and service accounts
Configuring name resolution
Administering Active Directory
Managing Group Policy application and infrastructure
Group Policy settings and preferences
Administering network policies
Administering remote access
Managing file services
Monitoring and auditing Windows Server 2012



Course Code: 70-412
Course Duration: 4 weeks
Course Overview:
Configuring NLB
Configuring Fail-over Clustering
Configuring and Optimizing Storage
Configuring and Managing Backups
Configuring Advanced File Services
Implementing Advanced DHCP Solutions
Implementing Advanced DNS solutions
Deploying and Managing IPAM, Recovering Servers
Configuring Active Directory Forests and Domains
Configuring Trust Relationships
Administering Active Directory Sites
ADCS Planning and Implementation, Configuring AD RMS
Configuring AD FS


Windows Server 2012 (MCSE Course Overview)


Designing and Implementing a Server Infrastructure

Course code: 70-413
Course duration: 4 weeks
Course Overview:
Server Infrastructure – Upgrade and Migration
Storage and File Services
Network Infrastructure Services
Planning for External User Access
Design and Implement Logical AD Infrastructure
Designing a Physical AD Infrastructure
Domain Controllers


Implementing an Advanced Server Infrastructure

Course Code: 70-414
Course Duration: 4 weeks
Course Overview:
Planning and Implementing a Server Virtualization Strategy
Planning and Implementing Networks and Storage for Virtualization
Planning and Deploying Virtual Machines
Planning & Implementing a Virtualization Administration Solution
Planning and Implementing a Server Monitoring Strategy
Planning, Implementing High Availability 4 File Services Applications
Planning and Implementing a Highly Available Infrastructure Using Fail-over Clustering
Planning and Implementing a Server Updates Infrastructure
Planning and Implementing a Business Continuity Strategy
Planning and Implementing a Public Key Infrastructure
Planning and Implementing an Identity Federation Infrastructure
Planning and Implementing an Information Rights Management Infrastructure