Courses Offered
Microsoft certified system Engineer (MCSE)

The strength of Windows Server 2003 in the market today indicates that demand for related IT expertise will continue for years to come. The best way to demonstrate your expert skills on Windows Server 2003—and to inspire confidence in a hiring manager, your team, and yourself—is by earning the Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) and Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) credentials. In addition, if you are certified on Windows Server 2003, you have an efficient path to the Windows Server 2008 certifications. To earn your MCSE on Windows Server 2003 certification, you must pass seven exams: Four core exams on networking systems, one core exam on client operating systems, One core design exam, One elective exam. The MCSE on Windows Server 2003 certification will not retire

  Fundamentals of Windows Server 2008 Active Directory


This three-day instructor-led course provides Active Directory Technology Specialists an introduction to Active Directory server roles in Windows Server 2008. The course is intended for entry level students who want to get familiar with the Active Directory server roles and their basic functionality.
 Fundamentals of Windows Server 2008 Network and Applications Infrastructure


This five-day instructor-led course introduces students to network and applications infrastructure concepts and configurations provided by Window Server 2008. Students will be able to acquire a fundamental understanding in order to pursue advanced topics available for certification in the network and applications infrastructure areas.

This course is intended for new IT employees or Desktop Support workers moving into server support. The information in this course allows them acquire a fundamental understanding of Windows networks to pursue advanced topics. This course is also useful for those migrating from competitive platforms to Windows Server 2008.
 Managing and Maintaining Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Servers


Course OutlineModule 1: Managing an Active Directory Server Lifecycle
This module explains how to support and maintain Active Directory servers to meet changing business requirements in an enterprise environment.
Microsoft Exchange 2007


Overview of Exchange and Active Directory
Installing Exchange Server 2007
Configuring Mailbox Server Roles
Managing Recipient Objects
Managing E-Mail Addresses and Address Lists

Microsoft Windows Administratiion


• Create and populate organizational units with user and
   computer accounts.
• Manage user and computer accounts.
• Create and manage groups.
• Manage access to resources.
• Implement printing.
• Manage printing.
• Manage access to objects in using organizational units.

Windows 2008 Server Deployment


This five-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to implement, monitor, and maintain Windows Server 2008 servers.

This course is intended for entry-level server administrators or information technology (IT) professionals who are interested in becoming server administrators as the next step in their career path.

ITIL Detailed


Service Management as a practice
The purpose of this unit is to help the candidate to define Service and to comprehend and explain
the concept of Service Management as a practice.
Specifically, candidates must be able to:
01-1. Describe the concept of Good Practice
01-2. Define and explain the concept of a Service
01-3. Define and explain the concept of Service Management
01-4. Define and distinguish between Functions and Processes
01-5. Explain the process model and the characteristics of a process

  Linux Administration

Content Outline:
Linux History and Operation
The Evolution of Linux
The GNU Movement and the GPL
Linux Operations as a Server
The Architecture and Structure of Linux
Installing and Configuring Linux
Introduction to Installation and Media Types
Performing a Custom Linux Server Installation
Run Levels and the Startup/Shutdown Sequence
Logging In and Out of a Linux System

   Solaris 9 - Part 2

Describe Network Basics
Manage Virtual File Systems and Core Dumps
Manage Storage Volumes
Control Access and Configure System Messaging
Set Up Naming Services
Perform Advanced Installation Procedures

  Solaris - part 1

Manage File Systems
Install Software
Perform System Boot Procedures
Perform User and Security Administration
Manage Network Printers and System Processes
Perform System Backups and Restores

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