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MTA Windows OS Fundamentals

MTA Windows OS Fundamentals

As a Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Windows Operating System Fundamentals Certified Professional, you can start a bright,new career as you understanding operating system configurations, install and upgrade client systems, manage applications, manage files and folders, managing devices, and understanding operating system maintenance.

Your MTA Windows Operating System Fundamentals training includes

  • Understanding Operating System Configurations
    • Configure Control Panel options
    • Configure desktop settings
    • Understand native applications and tools
    • Understand mobility
    • Understand remote management and assistance
  • Installing and Upgrading Client Systems
    • Identify Windows operating system editions
    • Identify upgrade paths
    • Understand installation types
    • Understand virtualized clients
  • Managing Applications
    • Understand application installations
    • Understand user account control (UAC)
    • Remove malicious software
    • Understand services
    • Understand application virtualization
  • Managing Files and Folders
    • Understand file systems
    • Understand file and print sharing
    • Understand encryption
    • Understand libraries
  • Managing Devices
    • Connect devices
    • Understand storage
    • Understand printing devices
    • Understand system devices
  • Understanding Operating System Maintenance
    • Understand backup and recovery methods
    • Understand maintenance tools

MTA Windows Server Admin Fundamentals

MTA Windows Server Admin Fundamentals

As a Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Server Administration Fundamentals Certified Professional, you will apply your knowledge of Windows Server Administration Fundamentals skills which include managing Windows Servers and storage, monitoring and troubleshooting servers, essential naming, directory, print services, and Windows network services and applications.

Your MTA Windows Server Administration Fundamentals certification training includes

  • Understanding Server Installation
    • Understand device drivers
    • Understand services
    • Understand server installation options
  • Understanding Server Roles
    • Identify application servers
    • Understand Web services
    • Understand remote access
    • Understand the file and print services
    • Understand server virtualization
  • Understanding Active Directory
    • Understand accounts and groups
    • Understand organizational units and containers
    • Understand Active Directory infrastructure
    • Understand group policy
  • Understanding Storage
    • Identify storage technologies
    • Understand RAID
    • Understand disk types
  • Understanding Server Performance Management
    • o Identify major server hardware components
    • Understand performance monitoring
    • Understand logs and alerts
  • Understanding Server Maintenance
    • Identify steps in the startup process
    • Understand business continuity
    • Understand updates
    • Understand troubleshooting methodology

MTA Networking Fundamentals

MTA Networking Fundamentals

As a Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Network Fundamentals Certified Professional, you can apply your newly acquired Networking Fundamental skills which encompass the fundamentals of local area networking, defining networks with the OSI Model and understanding wired and wireless networks, understanding Internet Protocol, implementing TCP/IP, working with networking services, understanding wide area networks as well as defining network infrastructures and network security.

Your MTA Networking Fundamentals certification training includes

  • Understanding Network Infrastructures
    • Understand the concepts of Internet, intranet, and extranet
    • Understand local area networks (LANs)
    • Understand wide area networks (WANs)
    • Understand wireless networking
    • Understand network topologies and access methods
  • Understanding Network Hardware
    • Understand switches
    • Understand routers
    • Understand media types
  • Understanding Protocols and Services
    • Understand the OSI model
    • Understand IPv4
    • Understand IPv6
    • Understand names resolution
    • Understand networking services
    • Understand TCP/IP

MTA Security Fundamentals

MTA Security Fundamentals

As a Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Security Fundamentals Certified Professional you will have the Security Fundamental skills which encompass understanding security layers, authentication, authorization, and accounting as well as security policies, network security and protecting the Server and Client.

Your MTA Security Fundamentals certification training includes

  • Understanding Security Layers
    • Understand core security principles
    • Understand physical security
    • Understand Internet security
    • Understand wireless security
  • Understanding Operating System Security
    • Understand user authentication
    • Understand permissions
    • Understand password policies
    • Understand audit policies
    • Understand encryption
    • Understand malware
  • Understanding Network Security
    • Understand dedicated firewalls
    • Understand Network Access Protection (NAP)
    • Understand network isolation
    • Understand protocol security
  • Understanding Security Software
    • Understand client protection
    • Understand e-mail protection
    • Understand server protection

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