MCITP Server Administrator
MCITP: Server Administrator certification to demonstrate your leadership and problem-solving skills in working with Windows Server 2008.
Server Administrators are recognized among their peers and managers as leaders in the day-to-day operations management of Windows Server 2008. Demonstrate and communicate your ability to take system-wide ownership of Windows Server 2008 administration and increase your organization's return on technology investment by earning the MCITP: Server Administrator certification.
In preparation to earn an MCITP Server Administrator certification, Mazenet recommends a Training path based on a candidate’s background:
70-642: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring
Introduction of networking in 2008 server.
Basic components in networking.
IP addressing, subnetting, default gateway.
TCP/IP configuration, ip v4.
Explain about hub, switch, router.
Administrative tools and routing and remote access.
Routing between router1 and router2 enable software routing.
Using command line configuration and graphical configuration.
Routing information protocol and open shortest path first.
IGRP and EIGRP protocol explanation.
DHCP relay agent configuration with dhcp server.
IPsecurity monitor, ip security policies, WSUS.
Primary zone and secondary zone transfer.
70-640: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring
Introduction of active directory and domain tree infrastructure.
Domain user creation and group creation.
Assigning group policy in computer configuration and user configuration.
Domain controller implementation.
Filter policy and block policy inheritance.
Software restriction policy and folder redirection.
Roaming profile in domain controller.
Map drive creation in a domain user.
Domain trust relationship.
Additional domain in an existing domain.
Child domain in existing forest.
Resultant set of policy.
RID master transfer.
Domain controller and additional domain replication.
ADDS, ADLDS, ADRMS, ADFS, ADCS installation.
70-646: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator
User creation, group creation, sharing and security.
User permission, simple sharing permission, NTFS permission.
Encryption, compression, disk quota.
Map drive creation, profiles –Local, roaming, mandatory.
Remote desktop connection, remote assistance.
2008 server os installation, 17 roles explanation.
Workgroup and domain controller.
Domain user creation and domain login authentication.
ADDS installation and domain joining client 2008 server and windows7.
DNS services installation, primary zone creation, record creation.
Host record, alias record, pointers, NS lookup commands.
Connecting with client computer name to ip to name.
Internet information services installation and web server configuration.
HTML webpage creation, host to a new websites.
Dynamic host configuration protocol configuration and installation.
Application pool, scope, lease, reservation, server option.
WDS-windows deployment services, windows 7 os install remotely.
The duration for MCITP Server Administrator is:
80 Hours (45 days)
80 Hours (20 days)
The server operating system, file structure, and directory services; handle software distribution and updates; monitor servers; provide tier-2 troubleshooting support; support engineering and change-management projects; build and configure servers; implement auditing policy; perform scheduled vulnerability-assessment scans; and monitor logs for firewalls and intrusion-detection systems.
70-646: PRO: Windows Server 2008, Server Administrator
70-640: TS: Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring
70-642: TS: Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring
No prerequisites for MCITP Server Administrator.
Required Skill set:
Basic Computer Knowledge
Basic Hardware & Networking Knowledge.
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