System Administration

    • An individual responsible for maintaining a multi-user computer system, including a local-area network (LAN). Typical duties include:

      • Adding and configuring new workstations
      • Setting up user accounts
      • Installing system-wide software
      • Performing procedures to prevent the spread of viruses
      • Allocating mass storage space

      The system administrator is sometimes called the sysadmin or the systems administrator. Small organizations may have just one system administrator, whereas larger enterprises usually have a whole team of system administrators.

      There are four courses available you may choose the one which suits you.
      •     Ethical hacking
      •     Linux trainning
      •     MCSE
      •     MS exchange server


    • Ethical hacking

      ?    Introduction to Ethical Hacking
      •    What is Hacking
      •    Who is a Hacker
      •    Skills of a Hacker
      •    Types of Hackers

    • Linux training

      ?    Introduction to UNIX & LINUX
      •    History of UNIX and LINUX
      •    Basic concepts of Operating System, Kernel, Shell & File System structure
      •    Basic concepts of Linux
      •    Differences between CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux & Fedora
      •    Basic commands of Linux
      •    Advanced Linux Commands

    • MCSE

      MCSE(Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert)) training
      ?    Network Essentials
      •    Networking Concepts, History of Server OS
      •    Introduction to windows server 2008 & 2012
      •    Features of Windows Server 2012
      •    Installation of Windows Server 2012
      •    Introduction and Creation of Users accounts
      •    Conversion of GUI to Server Core
      •    Conversion of Server Core to GUI

    • MS exchange server

      •    nstallation of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
      •    Configuring Mailbox Servers
      •    Deploying Client Access Server
      •    Managing Recipient Objects

    •  MS exchange server Course DetailsPage

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