IT / COMPUTER CERTIFICATION TRAINING COURSES

Job Oriented Computer Training Courses (JOC)

Desktop Support Engineer
Windows server Administrator
Linux Administrator
HP-UX Administrator
ADS Administrator
Exchange 2003 Administrator

Certification IT Training Courses (CC)

Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)
Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA)
Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE)
Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)
SUN Solaris Administrator (SCSA)

IT / Computer Courses in Detail

Desktop Support Engineer Training Course

Windows Basics Training

Win98 Architecture
Basic Features,
Boot Sequence 
Installation Process 
Multimedia Configuration
System Administration
Configuring Win98
Printers, Networking, Utilities, 
Using Outlook Express



Windows 2000 /XP Professional Training Course

General 
Introduction 
Version Differences 
New Features 
Customizing Windows 2000 Professional

Installation and Management Training

Installation Prerequisites/HCL 
Installation Methods 
Setting up & Managing User
Setting up & Managing Group Accounts, MMC, Services
Service Packs, ICS
Managing Data Storage
Disk Management

File Systems

DFS, EFS, and Compression 
FAT and FAT32, NTFS 

Printers

Installing printer locally
Accessing a Remote printer
Implementing Security 
System Maintenance and Optimization 
Auditing Resources & Events, De fragmentation, Performance, Scheduled Tasks, Disk Quotas, ERD, Backup & Restore, Troubleshooting
Using Outlook Express

Anti-virus Software

Introduction to Computer
Viruses, Worms, Trojan Horses. Macros etc.
Installing & Configuring Anti-virus 
Software (Server & Client) 
Updating Anti-virus 
Virus Removal & Prevention

Linux Overview and Essentials 

General
Introduction
Features

Linux Commands

Basic command on the shell
Popular text editors on the shell

Exploring the Linux OS

Using Open office suite
Working with graphic image editor
Creating files with cross-platform compatibility 
such as PDF
Open, read, edit, save and send files created 
under other operating system
The X windows system
Configure and customize your Linux Desktop
Use and configure the GNOME graphical user interface
Using GNOME application
GUI utilities
Windows server Administrator


General

Introduction to Windows 2003 Server
Version Differences/New Features
Windows Installer 
Customizing Windows 2003 Server

Installation 

Basic Attended 
Unattended Installation 
Remote Installations Service 
Upgrading from Windows 2000 

Active Directory & DNS

Configuring Directory Services 
Directory Services Terminology 
Domain Administration 
Domain Planning 
Domains and Forest Structures

Server Administration

User Accounts
Group Accounts
Computer Accounts
Profiles


Disks and File Systems 

Administering File Systems, Shares, Advanced Disk Management, Distributed and Remote File Systems, File Systems, Replication, and Fault Tolerance, Shadows Copies, Disk Quota 
Printers
Installing & Configuring Local Printer
Installing & Configuring Remote Printer, Using IPP


Security 

Configuring Security 
Group Policies 
Security Templates
Security and Kerberos
Auditing System Resources 

Server Configuration

Network Configuration
Remote Desktop Administration
IIS 6.0
Terminal Servers
Terminal Service Web Connection
Internet Connection Sharing
RAID
Performance Monitoring
Performance Tuning

Maintenance 

Disaster Recovery 
Backup & Restore
Using ASR
Server Optimization 
Software and Updates 
Storage 

Troubleshooting 

Boot up failure 
Client and Connectivity Problems 
Network Problems 
Permissions 
Print Services Problem

Linux Administrator Training

  • Managing Users:- Creation, modification and Deletion of Users using CLI and GUI

  • File system Hierarchy Standard

  • File Permission

  • Working with the PROC file system

  • Enabling an Access Control List on files

  • Utilization of Disk with Storage Management

  • Super User

  • Links- Hard & Symbolic

  • Managing Printing

  • Disk Quota

  • Monitoring and Controlling Processes

  • Backing Up and Restoring Your Computer

  • Shell Scripting

  • Automating Your Task

  • Introduction To Network

  • Introduction To TCP/IP

  • Managing System Using Provisioning: - Kick Start, Tag Systems, Roll Back System To last Snapshot, Remote Command

  • Planning and Deploying NFS

  • Basic Samba Services

  • Configuring System for Automatic Updates

  • Kernel Recompilation

Training Course review   

HP-UX Administrator Training

Introduction to HP-UX Administration
Creating and Managing User Accounts
Customizing User Accounts
Navigating the HP-UX File System
Configuring Hardware
Configuring Device Files
Configuring Disk Devices
File System Concepts
Creating and Mounting File Systems
Maintaining File Systems
Backing up File Systems
Scheduling cron Jobs
Managing Swap Space
Managing Printers
Accessing the System Console
Booting PA-RISC Systems
Booting Integrity Systems
Configuring the 11i v2 Kernel
Managing Software with SD-UX
Managing Patches with SD-UX
Installing the OS with Ignite-UX

Computer Course Review

ADS Administrator Training

General

Introduction to ADS
Active Directory Objects & Components
The Global Catalog
Object Naming 
DNS

Active Directory Concepts

Forests
Domain Trees
Domain Controllers
Additional Domain Controllers
Child Domain Controllers
Sites
Replication 
Trust Relation Ship

Installing & Configuring Active Directory

Creating Multiple Domains, Trees and Forests
Configuring Sites and Managing Replication
Configuring Intersite Replication
Renaming and Restructuring Domains
Renaming Domain Controllers
Managing Operation Master Roles
Managing Trust Relationship

Disaster Recovery

Backing up ADS
Restoring ADS
Using ASR 

Administering Active Directory

User Accounts
User Profiles and Home Folder
Group Accounts
OU Structure
Command Line Administration

Group Policy

Understanding Group Policy
Group Policy Settings
Administrative Templates
Resultant Set of Policy (RSOP)
Creating, Filtering, Linking, Modifying & Removing GPO
Deploying Software Using GPO
Setting up a SDP

Administering Security

Locating & Controlling Access to Active Directory Objects
Delegating Administrative Control
Using Security Templates
Using Security Configuration and Analysis
Implementing Audit Policy, Software Restriction Policies

Managing Active Directory Performance

Service Logs & System Monitor
Performance Logs & Alters
Optimizing and Troubleshooting ADS
Using windows 2003 Support Tools

Exchange 2003 Administrator Training

General

Understanding Messaging System
Introduction to Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server
Integration with Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server Architecture
Co-existence with previous versions of Exchange Servers
Backward Compatibility and Interoperability

Planning and Installing Exchange 2003 Server

Prerequisite for installing Exchange 2003 Server
Preparing Windows 2003 Server for 
Exchange 2003 Installation
Testing Exchange 2003 Installation 
Installing and Upgrading 
Microsoft Exchange 2000 Server to
Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server

Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server Client Configuration

Microsoft Outlook Express
Microsoft Outlook
Microsoft Outlook Web Access

Creating and Managing 

Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server Configuration
Recipients
Address List
SMTP Transport
Message Routing
POP3
IMAP
HTTP
NNTP
Routing & Administrative Groups

Implementing Advanced Security 

Mail Box 
Digital Certificates
Public Folder Management & Replication

Disaster Recovery

Microsoft Exchange 2003 Client Side Backup & Restores
Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server Side Backup & Restores
Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server in Clustered Environment 
Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server Front End & Back End Configuration
Microsoft Exchange 2003 Server Maintenance & Troubleshooting

IT Training Certification Courses (CC)

Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) Training

Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) candidates on the Microsoft Windows Server 2003 track are required to satisfy the following requirements : 

Core Exams (6 Exams Required)
Four networking system exams
One client operating system exam
One design exam
Elective Exams (1 Exam Required)

Together with the core exams, the elective exams provide a valid and reliable measure of technical proficiency and expertise in solution design and implementation. MCSE candidates should also have at least one year of experience implementing and administering network operating systems and desktop operating systems.

CORE EXAMS : NETWORKING SYSTEM 
Exam 70-290 : Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003
Exam 70-291 : Implementing, Managing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure.
Exam 70-293 : Planning and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure.
Exam 70-294 : Planning, Implementing and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory
Infrastructure.

CORE EXAMS : CLIENT OPERATING SYSTEM 
Exam 70-270 : Installing, Configuring and Administering Microsoft Windows XP Professional.

CORE EXAMS : DESIGN
Exam 70-297 : Designing a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Active Directory Network Infrastructure.

ELECTIVE EXAM
Exam 70-284 : Implementing and Managing Microsoft Exchange Server 2003.

It also includes MCP and MCSA Certifications……………..

Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) Training

 

SUN Solaris Administrator (SCSA) Training

System Administration Level – 1 (SAI)

Managing File Systems

Introducing the Solaris OE Directory Hierarchy
Managing Local Disk Devices
Managing the Solaris OE File System
Performing Mounts and Unmounts

Installing Software

Installing the Solaris 9 OE
Performing Solaris 9 OE Package Administration
Managing Software Patches on the Solaris 9 OE

Performing System Boot Procedures

Executing Boot PROM commands
Performing Boot and Shutdown Procedures

Performing User and Security Administration

Performing User Administration
Performing System Security

Managing Network Printers and System  Processes

Configuring Printer Services
Using Print Commands
Controlling System Processes

Performing System Backups and Restores

Performing File System Backups
Performing File System Restores
Backing Up a Mounted File system 
with a UFS Snapshot

System Administration Level – 2 (SAII)

Describing Network Basics

Describing Interface Configuration
Describing the Client-Server Model
Customizing the Solaris Management Console

Managing Virtual File Systems and Core Dumps

Managing Swap Configuration
Managing Crash Dumps and Core Files
Configuring NFS 
Configuring AutoFS

Managing Storage Volumes

Describing RAID and Solaris Volume Manager Software
Configuring Solaris Volume Manager Software

Controlling Access and Configuring System Messaging

Configuring Access Control Lists (ACL)
Configuring Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
Performing Smart Card Authentication
Configuring System Messaging

Setting up Name Services

Using Name Services
Configuring Name Service Clients
Configuring the Network Information Services (NIS)

Performing Advanced Installation Procedures

Configuring the Custom Jump Start Procedure
Performing a Flash Installation