MCSE Online Training

MCSE Online Training

  • ABOUT THE COURSE
    • Course Duration

      This course requires 45 hours of training with two convenient options (weekday or weekend sessions)

      Training Materials

      1. Training material designed by trainers with more than ten years of experience in delivering online training worldwide
      2. Live session practice
      3. Offers good exposure to practical aspects in the form of real time examples and case studies
      4. Recorded sessions allows you to play the lectures later
      5. Immediate access to training material at any time convenient to students
      6. Candidate gets certified at the end of successful completion of the course

      What’s Needed To Join This Course?

      Candidates are required to have graduate or master’s degree in IT or Computer Science to pursue this course.

      Who Are Ideal Candidates?

      Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE) certification online training course is for IT professionals who are into designing and implementing network and computer infrastructure that are based on Microsoft's server platforms.

      Course Info

      This MCSE online training course is designed to prepare a candidate to become proficient Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert. It teaches students with the practical and theoretical knowledge to install, configure and administer Windows OS, servers and network technologies.

      Why NORTH TECH SYSTEMS?

      This training program has immense potential to transforms a beginner into a proficient professional. Some of the other amazing features include:

      1. Content delivery method comprises of Interactive sessions, Quizzes and Assessments
      2. All the modules contained in this online training course are conducted live and led by expert trainers.
      3. An in-depth course material with numerous real time scenarios are designed by highly qualified trainers
      4. Guaranteed job placement assistance after successful completion of this course
      5. Provides 24*7 technical support by our expert team of professionals
  • CURRICULUM
    • Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) Online Course Content

      IMPLEMENTING MS WINDOWS 2003 NETWORK, PROFESSIONAL & SERVER (70-290) & (70-270)

      1. Introduction to various types of file system.
      2. Introduction to windows 2003 network, XP-professional.
      3. Administration of windows 2003network.
      4. Examine the network scope of windows 2003 server.
      5. Introduction to LAN&WAN.
      6. Networking topologies.
      7. Examining to IP address (Class A, Class B, Class C).
      8. OSI Reference Model
      9. Connecting windows 2003 server & XP professional in workgroup& Domain architecture
      10. Creating &managing Local Users & Groups
      11. Configuration of Printers (a) Local Printers (b) Network Printer
      12. Configuration of Raid levels (Raid level 0,1&5)
      13. Ensure file security through Encrypting file system (EFS)

      IMPLEMENTING & ADMINISTERING MS WINDOWS 2003 DIRECTORY SERVICES (70-294)

      1. Introduction to Active Directory Services (ADS)
      2. Configuration of Active Directory Services by using DCPROMO
      3. Implementing of Active Directory with DNS
      4. Creation of Domain Users
      5. Implementing Group Policies
      6. Creation of Organizational Units
      7. Moving Domain Users into other Organizational Units
      8. Configuration of software Deployment using Adminpack (Group Policy)
      9. Configuration of delegating administrative controls
      10. Configuration of Distributed File System (DFS)
      11. Creating Multiple links in DFS
      12. Mapping Network Drive to access DFS from client
      13. Configuration of Terminal Services at server side
      14. Configuration of Remote Desktop using Terminal Services
      15. Introduction to Trees & Forest
      16. Introduction to Domain & Domain

      IMPLEMENTING & ADMINISTERING, MS WINDOWS 2003

      NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE & DESINGING (70-291)&(70-293)

      1. DISK QUOTAS
      2. Introduction to Disk Quotas
      3. Applying Disk Quotas
      4. Setting Default limits
      5. Deleting user’s Quota Entries
      6. Applying log events
      7. Tracking Disk Space Users
      8. Adding new quota Entries
      9. Denying disk space to user
      10. DNS
      11. Installing DNS Servers
      12. Integration of DNS with ADS
      13. Configuring a new Primary server
      14. Managing Forward lookup zone
      15. Managing Reverse lookup zone
      16. Adding records in zones
      17. Creating Associated Pointer Records in zones

      DHCP

      1. Installing DHCP
      2. Creating Scopes
      3. Configuring DHCP clients
      4. Configuration of address Pool
      5. Configuration of address lease
      6. Updating DHCP statistics
      7. Assigning exclusionRange from a scope
      8. Assigning Reservation for Particular client
      9. Installing IIS
      10. Configuration of IIS for websites
      11. Configuration of ICS (Internet Connection Sharing)

      DESIGN A MICROSOFT WINDOWS 2003 SERVER ACTIVE DIRECTORY SERVICES & NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE

      1. Enabling Routing & Remote Access
      2. Introduction to RAS (or) PPP Server
      3. Configuration of RAS Server
      4. Configuration of RAS Client
      5. Assigning Permission for RAS users
      6. Introduction to NAT Server
      7. Introduction to VPN Server
      8. Establishing VPN Tunnel between two Networks
      9. Configuration of VPN Clients
      10. Introduction to tree & Forest
      11. Introduction to Additional Domain Controller
      12. Planning & Configuration of Additional Domain Controller
      13. Introduction to Child Domain Controller
      14. Configuration of Child Domain Controllers
      15. Removing Child Domain Controller
      16. Introduction to ADS Backups
      17. Planning & Configuration of ADS
      18. Restoring ADS backup in ADS restore mode
      19. Restoring ADS backup in normal mode

      MS EXCHANGE 2003 SERVER & ADV. EXCHANGE 2003 SERVER (70 - 284)

      1. Introduction to Microsoft exchange 2003 server
      2. MAPI clients, LDAP standards
      3. Public folders
      4. Pre-Installation consideration(HW/SW Requirements)
      5. Post-Installation Consideration
      6. Managing Storage Groups
      7. Creating a storage group
      8. Creating a store(both mail box & public store)
      9. Moving a Mail Box
      10. Deleting Mail Box, Public folder, Storage group
      11. Retaining Deleted Objects
      12. Public Folders
      13. Understanding Public Folders
      14. Managing Public Folders Trees
      15. Creating & Deleting Public Folders
      16. Exchange Internet protocol server & virtual services
      17. SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, NNTP
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  • REVIEWS
    • “I am highly benefitted by the profound knowledge and problem solving techniques adopted by the Industry experts. They have made the concepts so simple and easy to understand and apply. – Aditi Rao
      “Better learner and faculty interaction and continuous motivation helped me reach my goal comfortably. Their efficient job assistance program helped me getting recruited in one of the best companies in India.”- Suhasini Chakravarty
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