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SYS-EDís MS Servers training program has been designed to address client-specific configurations: administration, virtualization, cloud computing, and UNIX- and Linux- integration. Depending on the experience and background of the target audience, a typical training program will be 12 days in duration. The selection of modular content in the program will reflect the version of Microsoft servers and internetworked workstations installed and planned for at the client location. Topics within a module can be taught to Microsoft certification standards or specific to the client environment.

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 and a final examination can be utilized.

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

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MS Windows Server 2008: Administration 4 days
MS Windows Server Management 4 days
MS Virtualization Server 4 days

Base Program Duration

12 days
Optional Courses  
MS Windows Server 2008: Active Directory Domain Services 4 days
MS Windows, UNIX, and Linux Diagnostics and Tuning 3 days
MS Windows Server 2008: Security 2 days
MS Windows Server 2008: Upgrading 2003 Skills 4 days
MS Windows Server 2012: Overview 1 day
MS Windows Server 2012: Administration 5 days
MS Windows Server 2012: Installation and Configuration 5 days

Module: MS Windows Server 2008: Administration
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Introduction 2. Windows Server 2008 administration 3. AD: Active Directory
4. Configuring and managing the system 5. File system security 6. Network components and services
7. Shared folders and printers 8. Active Directory administration 9. High-availability environment
10. Performance management 11. Securing Windows Server 2008  

Module: MS Windows Server: Management
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. MS Windows Server 2008 featureset 2. Windows Server 2008 management 3. Server monitoring
4. File and print services 5. Networking 6. AD: Active Directory
7. Backup and recovery 8. MS IIS 9. Windows Server Hyper-v

Module: MS Virtualization Server
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Best practices for Virtual Server 2. Troubleshooting for Virtual Server 3. Configuring Virtual Server
4. Managing Virtual Server 5. Configuring virtual machines 6. Managing virtual machines
7. Managing virtual hard disks    

Module: MS Windows Server 2008: Active Directory Domain Services
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Windows Server featureset 2. AD: Active Directory fundamentals 3. ADPrep
4. Active Directory forest: creation 5. Active Directory replication 6. DSFR: Distributed File System Replication
7. Interoperability of the Active Directory 8. Controller roles - configure 9. Read only DNS zones
10. Active Directory integrated zones 11. Trust configuration 12. Group Policy

Module: UNIX, Linux, and MS Windows: Diagnostics and Tuning
Duration: 3 days
Major Topics:
1. Hardware and devices: configuring and troubleshooting 2. Networking: configuration and troubleshooting 3. Security: configuring and troubleshooting
4. Troubleshooting MS Windows start-up 5. XP, Vista 7: maintenance and optimization 6. Remote Desktop support
7. Problem analysis tools 8. Performance monitoring tools 9. CPU bottlenecks
10. Memory bottlenecks 11. Disk bottlenecks  

Module: MS Windows Server 2008: Security
Duration: 2 days
Major Topics:
1.Reducing the attack surface 2. Security Configuration Wizard 3. Security policies
4. Security Configuration and Analysis tool 5. Audit management 6. Physical security
7. Internet security 8. Securing files and folders 9. Implementing encryption
10. Accounts policy 11. Network access protection 12. Restricting applications with AppLocker

Module: MS Windows Server 2008: Upgrading 2003 Skills
Duration: 4 days
Major Topics:
1. Identifying requirements and constraints 2. Analyzing the current environment 3. MS Windows Server 2008 - installation and configuration
4. Networking Windows Server 2008 5. AD: Active Directory domain services 6. Server core domain controller
7. Windows deployment services 8. IIS: Internet Information Server 9. Upgrade process
10. Network load balancing 11. Failover clustering 12. Performance monitoring and optimization

Module: MS Windows Server 2012: Overview
Duration: 1 day
Major Topics:
1. Server Manager 2. Converting to Server Core 3. PowerShell
4. Active Directory configuration 5. MS Online Backup 6. DAC: Dynamic Access Control - configuring user claims
7. Resource properties and file classifications 8. Central access rules and policies 9. IPAM: IP address management
10. Hyper-V 11. Virtual networks 12. Enhanced performance
13. PowerShell for managing Hyper-V    

Module: MS Windows Server 2012: Administration
Duration: 5 days
Major Topics:
1. Group policy infrastructure 2. Managing user desktops 3. User and service accounts
4. AD DS: Active Directory Domain Services 5. DNS: configuration and troubleshooting 6. Remote access
7. NPS: Network Policy Server 8. NAP: Network Access Protection 9. FSRM: File Server Resource Manager
10. DFS namespaces and replication 11. Auditing 12. Server images
13. Windows deployment services 14. Monitoring tools  

Module: MS Windows Server 2012: Installation and Configuration
Duration: 5 days
Major Topics
1. Installation 2. Configuration 3. PowerShell
4. Deployment 5. AD DS: Active Directory Domain Services 6. Domain controllers
7. Managing user accounts, groups, and computers 8. Implementing IPv4 9. DHCP: installation and configuration
10. DHCP database: managing 11. Name resolution for Windows server and clients 12. Implementing IPv6 addressing
13. Local storage 14. File and print services 15. Group policy infrastructure
16. AppLocker and Windows Firewall 17. Server virtualization with Hyper-V  

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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.