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SYS-EDís MS Operating System and Workstation training program has been designed to address client-specific hardware and desktop computing operating requirements: software licensing, upgrade paths, installation deployment, and mobile computing. The standard duration for the MS Windows 7 and 8 to 10 operating system is 7 days; component courses can be added in order to reflect the Microsoft family licenses in place at the client organization. A tailored fast-track program can be taught to the Microsoft certification standards or specific operational objectives: 1- Desktop virtualization 2- Mobile devices 3- Interoperation with Linux- and UNIX- variant operating platforms and 4- Scripting in hybrid software environments.

The program utilizes distance-learning, web-based, and classroom instruction. In order to accommodate staff in remote locations, a course can combine  classroom training and distance-learning. At the client's discretion, validation assessment and a final examination can be utilized.

The course modules and duration can be used to evaluate an integrated training program or tailor an acclerated course.

MS Operating System Workstations Training Program

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MS Windows 7 MS Windows 8 - 10
Smartphones Tablet Devices
Ubuntu Linux UNIX Administration

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MS Windows 7: Evaluation,
Investment, and Implementation

MS Operating Systems Workstations Training Program

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MS Windows 7: Desktop Deployments and Environments 5 days
MS Windows 7 for Support Personnel 2 days

Base Program Duration

7 days
Optional Courses
MS Windows XP: Implementing and Supporting 5 days
MS Windows Vista: Migration 2 days
MS Windows Vista: Implementation and Maintenance 4 days
MS Windows 8: Installation and Support 5 days
Linux: Installation, Configuration and Support 4 days
UNIX Administration 4 days

Module: MS Windows 7: Desktop Deployments and Environments
Duration: 5 days
Major Topics:
1. Deploy Windows 7 Business Desktops 2. Application compatibility 3. Deployment methods
4. Windows 7 images 5. WAIK 6. Windows Deployment Services
7. Lite Touch installation 8. Zero Touch installation 9. WET and USMT 4.0
10. Client environments: designing, configuring, and managing 11. Applications and updates  

Module: Windows 7 for Support Personnel
Duration: 5 days
Major Topics:
1. Installation 2. Software configuration 3. Software failure
4. Logon and account management 5. Network connectivity 6. DNS name resolution
7. Network printing 8. Performance optimization 9. Hardware management
10. Remote access 11. File synchronization 12. Internet Explorer security
13. Firewall Encryption issues    

Module: MS Windows XP: Implementing and Supporting
Duration: 5 days
Major Topics:
1. Windows XP platform 2. Administration Tools and MMC 3. Installation
4. Microsoft networks and Windows XP 5. File systems / resource management 6. System troubleshooting
7. Desktop environment 8. Remote Desktop 9. Mobile computing
10. Monitoring resources and performance 11. Windows XP: optimization framework  

Module: MS Windows Vista: Migration
Duration: 5 days
Major Topics:
1. Getting started 2. Planning for migration and deployment 3. Windows Vista deployment
4. Working with images 5. Image tools 6. Group policies

Module: MS Windows Vista: Implementation and Maintenance
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Deploying Windows Vista 2. Windows Deployment Services 3. Windows Vista desktop
4. Application support 5. Windows Vista client connectivity 6. Windows Vista network
7. Windows Vista group policies 8. Windows Vista client features 9. User interface
10. Windows Vista file systems 11. Troubleshooting and monitoring  

Module: MS Windows 8: Installation and Support
Duration: 5 days
Major Topics:
1. Installation 2. Automating the installation 3. Unattended installation
4. Upgrading and migrating 5. Disk management: simple, spanned, and striped volumes 6. Windows 8 networking: configuration
7. Troubleshooting network connectivity 8. Wireless network connections 9. Computer and network security
10. Firewalls 11. Managed access to shared folders and files 12. Printer installation, configuration, and management
13. Install and configure applications and web apps 14. Performance and reliability issues 15. Windows updates
16. Mobile computing and remote access 17. Hyper-V implementation 18. Troubleshooting
19. Backup and recovery    

Module: Linux: Installation, Configuration, and Support
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Getting started 2. Linux installation 3. System management tools
4. Installation techniques 5. Startup and shutdown 6. System administration tools
7. X Window system 8. RAID: Redundant Array of Independent Disks 9. Filesystems
10. Kernel compilation and configuration 11. User-level administration and security 12. Networking

Module: UNIX Administration
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. UNIX installation 2. Local disk system 3. UNIX memory
4. Booting UNIX 5. File system maintenance 6. UNIX user accounts
7. Creating users 8. Shell scripting 9. Local system services
10. X Window system 11. Print service 12. Software and backups
13. Distribution formats 14. System backup and recovery 15. Workstation security
16. Secure logins 17. File system security 18. Detecting intruders
19. Tuning system performance 20. Disk, CPU, and memory usage 21. Kernel configuration
22. UNIX networking 23. Connecting to Ethernet 24. File and print sharing

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SYS-ED's websites compile, organize, and present software specific and established operational categorizations of information technology. They provide a framework for assessing knowledge transfer in a variety of delivery formats: learning paths, web-based training, classroom instruction, technology updates, courseware, training aids, and validation assessment.

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Footnote 1:
SYS-EDís core Microsoft operating system and networking curriculum are being prepared for submission to the New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision for technical review and licensing.

Footnote 2:
SYS-EDís core UNIX curriculum have been submitted to the New York State Department of Education - Bureau of Proprietary School Supervision for technical review and licensing.