A Server Administrator is responsible for the computer servers of an organization. This individual ensures on a
daily basis that they are running efficiently by performing upgrading and maintenance tasks on hardware and
software, resolving technical problems, overseeing their activity levels, ensuring server security, and developing
new system structures when necessary.
Also known as System Administrators, they manage both servers and networks to ensure their smooth
functioning. They also keep track of data entering or exiting the organization to secure the networks. Because of
the nature of this job, they need to be prepared to report to work round-the-clock.
A central computer is a client-server network, referred to also as a server, where data and other resources are
hosted. PCs, laptops, and mobile devices, etc. are clients that contact the server to utilize data or share its other
resources.
Administrators should have excellent communication (written and oral) skills. They should be able to think
analytically and be adept at problem-solving.

  • Module 1: Planning and implementing an IPv4 network
  • Module 2: Implementing DHCP
  • Module 3: Implementing IPv6
  • Module 4: Implementing DNS
  • Module 5: Implementing and managing IPAM
  • Module 6: Remote access in Windows Server 2016
  • Module 7: Implementing DirectAccess
  • Module 8: Implementing VPNs
  • Module 9: Implementing networking for branch offices
  • Module 10: Configuring advanced networking features
  • Module 11: Implementing Software Defined Networking
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Windows Server is predominantly used within business environments. The product allows users to share files and services while also providing administrators with control of networks, data storage and applications.

This course is presented by :

  • Assessing the stability, security, and scalability of installed Windows systems.
  • Discussing system and server upgrades with IT managers.
  • Installing or upgrading Windows systems and servers.
  • Providing technical support for staff and back-end system users.
  • Troubleshooting system and server errors.
  • Reviewing system error logs and user-reported errors.
  • Monitoring and updating the Windows codebase.
  • Managing user access.
  • Monitoring system performance.
  • Maintaining server architecture security and creating system backups.
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