Course Details : Microsoft Certification
The Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) certification is one of the most widely recognized credentials in the Information Technology industry. Earning your MCSE certification shows employers and clients that you can design, implement, and administer infrastructures for business solutions based on Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and other Windows server platforms, including installing, configuring, and troubleshooting network systems.
MCSE certification also covers Active Directory, which helps organizations simplify IT management, strengthen security, extend interoperability of systems and software, and ultimately reduce costs. MCSE training not only equips you to manage an organization's Active Directory, but to plan strategically for its future network enhancements.
The curriculum is usually broken into seven sections, or modules, that thoroughly address each of the individual MCSE tests.
Upon successful completion of the program, students should be able to demonstrate expertise in designing and implementing the
infrastructure for the Microsoft Windows platform and server system.
Course topics include:
- Managing and maintaining a Microsoft Windows server 2003 environment
- Network services infrastructure
- Implementing, managing and maintaining a Microsoft Windows server 2003 network
- Implementing a Microsoft Windows server 2003 network infrastructure
- Planning and maintaining a Microsoft Windows server 2003 network infrastructure
- Planning, implementing and maintaining a Microsoft Windows server 2003 active directory infrastructure
- Implementing and supporting Microsoft XP Professional
- Designing security for Microsoft networks
- Implementing and managing Microsoft exchange server