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Server Configurations




It includes server installation and configuration, server roles, storage, Active Directory and Group Policy, file, print, and web services, remote access, virtualization, application servers, troubleshooting, performance, and reliability.

Server Administration Training & Certification courses teach individuals about server hardware, operating systems, and software used to manage and maintain servers. Some popular technologies covered include Windows Server, Linux Server, and Unix Server.

The Course typically cover topics such as installation and configuration, user and network management, security, backup and recovery, and performance optimization.

Upon completion of a Server Administration Training & Certification course, individuals can expect to have developed skills in:

  •  Understanding of server hardware and its components
  • Knowledge of server operating systems, such as Windows Server or Linux Serve
  • Ability to install and configure servers and their components
  • Knowledge of security best practices and measures to protect servers and data
  • Experience with network and user management
  • Understanding of backup and recovery procedures to ensure data integrity
  • Knowledge of performance optimization techniques to improve server efficiency.


Computer Server Installation & Configuration

Computer server installation & configuration this module helps you to master Microsoft Windows Server Operating System installation, setup roles including active directory and file services and administer the Windows server.

 Generic Skills Addressed

Understand, identify and successfully set up, configure, maintain and troubleshoot a SOHO (Small Office Home Office) server

 Learning Outcomes

Able to understand and identify the server functions and to perform server configuration, maintenance and troubleshooting



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