Windows Server Administration
Welcome to our complete training program for managing Windows Servers! Windows Server is one of the most important parts of IT infrastructure and system control. It runs networks, apps, and business solutions. The goal of our training is to give you the skills and information you need to become a skilled Windows Server administrator and manage Windows-based environments well.
Why Windows Server Administration?
Windows Server is a core operating system for businesses. It has many features for managing networks, keeping them safe, and running applications. Here’s why IT workers need to know how to handle Windows Server administration:
Management of the network:
Windows Server has tools for controlling the infrastructure of the network, Active Directory, and user accounts.
Hosting of software, databases, and web services is possible with Windows Server.
Security and Compliance:
Windows Server has security tools like access control, encryption, and audit logging.
Windows Server has choices for backing up data, recovering from disasters, and having a high level of availability.
Key Highlights of Our Training:
Introduction to Windows Server:
Learn about the roles and features of the Windows Server operating system and the different versions it comes in.
Learn about managing users and groups, domain managers, and the Active Directory services.
File and Print Services:
Learn how to share files, set permissions, control printers, and store files on a network.
Learn how to handle DNS, DHCP, and IP addresses so that your network works well.
Security and Group Policies:
Know about security methods, group policies, and access controls.
Remote Desktop Services:
Learn about remote access, virtualization, and remote desktop options with Remote Desktop Services.
Server Management Tools:
Learn about server management tools, how to track server speed, and how to fix problems.
Use Windows Server to look into application hosting, web services, and database management.
Why Choose Our Windows Server Administration Training?
Learn from experienced Windows Server administrators who share real-world tips and the best ways to do things in business.
Get real-world experience by doing hands-on tasks, setting up your system, and going through real-life scenarios.
Learn to manage Windows-based networks and systems, which is a skill that is in high demand.
If you know how to handle Windows Servers, you can move up in your career in IT operations, system administration, and network management.
Flexible Learning Formats:
You can choose to take online courses at your own pace and schedule.
Who Should Attend:
- IT Administrators and System Engineers
- Network Administrators
- IT Support Professionals
- Anyone interested in mastering Windows Server administration
Why Choose Checkmate IT Tech?
If you are looking for training providers that offer ongoing support and resources to help you succeed in your Windows Server Administration journey. Checkmate IT offers a comprehensive introduction to Windows Server Administration, including both theoretical and practical aspects. These may include access to trainers, online communities, practice exercises, and job placement assistance. Checkmate IT Tech offers flexible training options that suit your schedule and learning preferences.
- Understanding the Role of Windows Server in IT Infrastructure
- Overview of Windows Server Editions and Features
- Setting up a Windows Server Environment
- Exploring the Windows Server Interface: Desktop, Start Menu, Server Manager
- Navigating Active Directory Users and Computers
- Managing Server Roles and Features
- Creating and Managing User Accounts in Active Directory
- Implementing Group Policy for User Management
- Configuring User Authentication and Password Policies
- Setting up File Shares and Shared Printers
- Managing Permissions and Access Control Lists (ACLs)
- Implementing Distributed File System (DFS)
- Configuring DNS Servers and Domain Name Resolution
- Managing DNS Zones, Records, and Forwarders
- Troubleshooting DNS Issues
- Implementing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
- Managing Organizational Units (OUs) and Group Policy Objects (GPOs)
- Implementing Group Policy Settings for Security and Configuration
- Setting up Remote Desktop Services (RDS)
- Configuring Remote Desktop Licensing
- Managing Remote Desktop Users and Sessions
- Implementing Backup and Restore Strategies
- Configuring Windows Server Backup
- Recovering Lost Data and System Failures
- Introduction to Hyper-V Virtualization
- Creating and Managing Virtual Machines
- Implementing Virtual Switches and Networking
- Implementing Security Best Practices for Windows Servers
- Configuring Windows Firewall and Network Security
- Monitoring Server Performance and Event Logs
- Managing Windows Server Updates and Patches
- Configuring Windows Update Services (WSUS)
- Ensuring Server Compliance and Security
- Guided Hands-On Projects: Configuring and Administering Windows Server Environments
- Student Presentations and Solution Demonstrations
- Review of Key Concepts and Takeaways
- Discussion of Further Learning Paths and Resources
- Certificates of Completion
- Installing and setting up Windows Server
- Managing Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
- Managing users and groups of users
- Policy Management for a Group
- Setting up File and Print Services
- Setting up DNS (Domain Name System)
- How to set up DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)
- Setting up Remote Desktop Services (RDS)
- Security and Hardening of the Windows Server
- Scripting in PowerShell for Automation
- Backup and Recovery for Windows Servers
- Virtual Machine Management and Hyper-V Virtualization
- Setting up network services (VPN, routing, firewall)
- Updates and Patch Management for Windows
- Monitoring and Tuning for Performance
Meet Your Mentors
Kevin Ignatius is an IT expert with more than 15 years of experience running Windows Servers and managing infrastructure. Kevin is an expert at making server designs that are highly accessible and safe. He was in charge of making sure that a global company's server migration went smoothly, with as little downtime as possible and no loss of data. Course Insights: Kevin Ignatius brings his real-world experience to the classroom as a teacher. He talks about how to make servers scalable, plan for disaster recovery, and use resources efficiently. His way of teaching is based on real-world experience. He uses case studies and hands-on labs to help students understand the complexities of Windows Server operations. Kevin is dedicated to training a new generation of IT professionals, and it shows in the way he teaches.
Shantay is an experienced IT expert who specializes in virtualization and cloud integration in Windows Server settings. With 10 years of experience, he has led projects to update server systems and move work to the cloud. Shantay's most important accomplishment is that he led the successful move of a legacy server infrastructure to a hybrid cloud environment, which improved speed and cut costs. Training Insights: As a teacher, he shares what he knows about virtualization, containers, and hybrid cloud tactics. His way of teaching is hands-on and focused on projects. He helps students set up virtualized server environments and connect on-premises and cloud resources. Shantay is a great guide for people who want to excel in Windows Server administration.
Admissions are closed once the requisite number of participants enroll for the upcoming cohort. Apply early to secure your seat.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Managing and maintaining Windows Server operating systems in a networked setting is part of Windows Server Administration. It is important because many businesses use Windows Servers to host applications, services, and other resources.
Even though technical training can be helpful, you do not need to know a lot about computers to learn Windows Server Administration. It is best to have a basic knowledge of operating systems and networking.
Learning Windows Server Administration can help you get better at setting up and configuring servers, managing Active Directory, managing users and groups, setting up networks, managing security, and fixing problems.
In a typical Windows Server Administration course, you will learn how to install and set up Windows Server, manage Active Directory users and groups, set up network services (DNS, DHCP), apply security policies, make backups, and recover from disasters.
There are certificates for Windows Server Administration, so the answer is yes. Microsoft Certified: Azure Administrator Associate, Microsoft Certified: Azure Solutions Architect Expert, and CompTIA Server+ are all examples of such certifications.
Yes, we do offer job placement services after training to help you get a job. This help includes access to tools, chances to meet new people, help with making a resume, and help getting ready for an interview.
You can work on tasks like setting up a domain controller and managing user accounts, setting up a file server, implementing network services, setting up remote access, and securing the server environment.
Yes, you can focus in areas like Active Directory management, network services configuration, server security, or becoming a certified Windows Server administrator.
Getting to know Windows Server Administration can lead to jobs like System Administrator, Network Administrator, IT Support Specialist, Server Engineer, and others in fields like IT, hacking, and more.