MS Scripting Training Program

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SYS-EDís MS scripting training program has been designed to automate, consolidate, and streamline administrative tasks: file management, message and alert management, backup procedures, and log management. The core program is scripting in a Active Directory Microsoft Windows server and client workstation environment; the standard duration is 10 days.

The trend continues to be an increased Microsoft Windows family software interoperation with UNIX and Linux servers and workstations and the database can be open source MySQL instead of MS SQL Server. Both open source and commercial software are being utilized in hybrid combination: WIMP and WAMPThere also are requirements to code batch language scripts (command line) which call mainframe JCL and control the processing of data on IBM mainframe systems. There are three optional courses to extend the program.

The program utilizes the full complement of training medium - distance-learning, web-based, and technology driven classrooms. In order to accommodate staff in remote locations, a course can be conducted utilizing a combination of classroom training and distance-learning. At the client's discretion, validation assessment can be utilized: Microsoft, UNIX, and database.

The course modules and duration can be used a foundation to evaluate an integrated training program or to tailor a fast-track course.

MS Scripting Training Program

Base Program Duration
Learning Path
MS Networks and Operating Systems
MS SharePoint
Linux-variant Operating System

UNIX-variant Operating System


Technology Updates
MS PowerShell
MS Windows Server
SUSE Linux

Emerging Software 
MS PowerShell - Automating Tasks
and Programmatic Administration

MS Scripting Training Program - Traditional Classroom Training

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Why SYS-ED MS Scripting Training Program

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MS Windows PowerShell 3 days
MS Windows Server: Scripting Administrative Tasks 5 days
MS Windows Server: WMI Scripting 2 days

Base Program Duration

10 days
Optional Courses  
Batch Language Scripting 1 day
Perl Programming 3 days
UNIX, Linux, and Win32 Networks: Perl Programming 4 days

Module: MS Windows: PowerShell
Duration: 3 days
Major Topics:
1. Featureset 2. PowerShell Fundamentals 3. Controlling Script Execution
4. WMI: Windows Management Instrumentation 5. ADSI: Active Directory Services Interface 6. Optimizing Scripts

Module: MS Windows Server: Scripting Administrative Tasks
Duration: 5 days
Major Topics:
1. WSH: Windows Script Host 2. Scripting languages with WSH 3. VBScript essentials
4. Managing the file system 5. Controlling the user interface 6. Responding to hardware events
7. Configuring computers with WMI 8. Defining Windows settings 9. Collecting workstation information
10. Automating computer management 11. Active Directory Service Interfaces 12. Managing local and domain resources with ADSI
13. Service and resource administration with ADSI 14. Delivering solutions via the web  

Module: MS Windows Server: WMI Scripting
Duration: 2 days
Major Topics:
1. WMI: Windows Management Instrumentation 2. WMI architecture 3. WMI objects
4. Programming WMI objects 5. Querying WMI 6. WQL: WMI Query Language
7. Working with events 8. Event-driven programming 9. WMI future and MS PowerShell

Module: Batch Language Scripting
Duration: 1 day
Major Topics:
1. Creating a batch file 2. Batch commands 3. Processing DOS scripting techniques
4. Testing for existence of files or folders 5. Command-line parameters and string comparison 6. File backup methods
7. Pipe operator 8. For command - advanced uses  

Module: Perl Programming
Duration: 3 days
Major Topics:
1.Perl featureset 2. Numeric and string literals 3. Operators
4. Perl statements 5. Functions 6. References
7. Input and output in Perl 8. Regular expressions 9. Handling errors and signals
10. Objects in Perl 11. Debugging Perl  

Module: UNIX, Linux, and Win32 Networks: Perl Programming
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Perl featureset 2. Running Perl programs 3. Variable types and contexts
4. Files and user input 5. Pattern matching and operators 6. Perl regular expressions
7. Perl - small operator groups 8. Looping, decisions and flow control 9. Perl support for conventional flow control constructs
10. Perl-specific constructs 11. Subroutines, modules, and functions 12. Writing subroutines
13. Module creation 14. Built-in function sets 15. Perl and object orientation
16. Designing modules to serve as classes 17. Object oriented class implementation 18. Interprocess communication
19. Connecting processes with Sockets 18. Accessing databases 20. Web programming

Linux and Hybrid Scripting Environments

There currently is no single standard for the programmatic implementation of web server capabilities. Nor is there a dominant commercial standard. Both open source and commercial software are being utilized in hybrid combinations.

In addition to WIMP, WAMP, and LAMP, SYS-ED staff have observed a significant increase in scripting with Microsoft PowerShell and open source Korn shell and Perl.

Implementation

Commercial Software

Hybrid Integration of Software

Open Source Software

Component Software

Microsoft Technology

WIMP

WAMP

LAMP

Operating System

Windows Server

Windows Server

Windows Server

Linux

Server

IIS and SharePoint

IIS

Apache

Apache

Database

SQL Server

MySQL

MySQL

MySQL

Scripting and Programming

.NET

PHP

PHP

PHP


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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.