Microsoft

MCSA

MCSA certificate is the starting point for a career in Microsoft Server Administration. Upon completion of this course, you will be certified with the skills necessary to install, configure, operate, troubleshoot and maintain Server 2012. The course will prepare you for the three exams that are part of the certification requirement.

Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate Certificate Program

MCSA certificate is the starting point for a career in Microsoft Server Administration. Upon completion of this course, you will be certified with the skills necessary to install, configure, operate, troubleshoot and maintain Server 2012. The course will prepare you for the three exams that are part of the certification requirement.

This course is open to the public and is offered via onsite training; various facility options are available.
The components of the training program include:

• Course Code: NET202

• Career Level: Intermediate

• Course Duration: 15 Days (120 hours)

• Exam: Three exams (70-410, 70-411, 70-412)

• Certification: MCSA

• Course Delivery: Instructor-led, classroom delivery



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Systems engineers, network engineers, systems analysts, network analysts, and technical consultants who want to earn their MCSA.

Required prerequisite(s): None

Recommended experience: Familiarity with TCP/IP, Servers and Operating Systems.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

• Identify fundamental concepts of Microsoft Server 2012

• Manage Active Directory Environment

• Monitoring and Managing a Network Infrastructure

• Creating and Maintaining Active Directory Objects

• Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services

• Configuring Network Access

Certification: MCSA requires three exams:

• 70-410: Installing & Configuring Windows Server 2012

• Number of questions: 50

• Length of test: 120 – 240 minutes

• Passing score: 700

• 70-411: Administering Windows Server 2012

• Number of questions: 50

• Length of test: 120 – 240 minutes

• Passing score: 700

• 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services

• Number of questions: 50

• Length of test: 120 – 240 minutes

• Passing score: 700

Configuring the Active Directory Infrastructure

• Configure a forest or a domain.

• Configure trusts.

• Configure sites.

• Configure Active Directory replication.

• Configure the global catalog.

• Configure operations masters.

Configuring Additional Active Directory Server Roles

• Configure Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service (AD LDS).

• Configure Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS).

• Configure the read-only domain controller (RODC).

• Configure Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS).

Creating and Maintaining Active Directory Objects

• • Automate creation of Active Directory accounts.

• • Maintain Active Directory accounts.

• • Create and apply Group Policy objects (GPOs).

• • Configure GPO templates.

• • Configure software deployment GPOs.

• • Configure account policies.

• • Configure audit policy by using GPOs.

Maintaining the Active Directory Environment

• • Configure backup and recovery.

• • Perform offline maintenance.

• • Monitor Active Directory.

Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services

• Install Active Directory Certificate Services.

• Configure CA server settings.

• Manage certificate templates.

• Manage enrollments.

• Manage certificate revocations.

• Configure IPv4 and IPv6 addressing.

• Configure Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).

• Configure routing.

• Configure IPsec.

Configuring Name Resolution

• Configure a Domain Name System (DNS) server.

• Configure DNS zones.

• Configure DNS records.

• Configure DNS replication.

• Configure name resolution for client computers.

Configuring Network Access

• Configure remote access.

• Configure Network Access Protection (NAP).

• Configure network authentication.

• Configure wireless access.

• Configure firewall settings.

Configuring File and Print Services

• Configure a file server

• Configure Distributed File System (DFS)

• Configure shadow copy services

• Configure backup and restore

• Manage disk quotas

• Configure and monitor print services

Monitoring and Managing a Network Infrastructure

• Configure Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server settings

• Capture performance data

• Monitor event logs

• Gather network data