Career Enabler™- Network Administrator Training Course

  • Overview

    Career Enabler™ on Network Administrator course will allow students to gain knowledge and skills for: CompTIA, Microsoft and Cisco. After completing this course, students will be able to handle problems related to hardware, networking and system maintenance. This career enabler course covers:

    • Configuring and Installing Windows Server R2
    • Administering Windows Server R2
    • Configuring Advanced Windows Server Services R2
    • Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX) version 2.0

    Audience: This Network Administrator training is ideal for beginner level candidates aspiring for a career in networking.

    Course Objectives

    • Configure and deploy core network services
    • Administer and install Active Directory
    • Configure network services and access
    • Configure a Network Policy Server (NPS) infrastructure
    • Comprehend IP Routing Technologies
    • Configure the Active Directory infrastructure
    • Comprehend WAN Technologies
    • Comprehend Network Device Security
    • Configure Identity and Access Solutions
    • Create and manage Group Policy
    • Operation of IP Data Networks
    • Comprehend Troubleshooting
    • Comprehend IP Services
    • Comprehend LAN Switching Technologies
    • Comprehend IP addressing

    Course Content / Exam(s)

    Schedule for Career Enabler™- Network Administrator
    Course # Course Contents Exam # Exam Regular Track
    Fast Track
    - Comptia A+ 900 220-901,
    - 6 4
    - -
    Rest Day 1 1
    - CompTIA N+ N10-006 - 6 6
    Rest Day 1 1
    20410D Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 70-410 Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2 5 3
    Rest Day 1 -
    20411D Administering Windows Server 2012 R2 70-411 Administering Windows Server 2012 R2 5 3
    Rest Day 1 1
    20412D Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services R2 70-412 Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 Services R2 5 3
    Rest Day 1 -
    CCNAX 200-125 Interconnecting Cisco Networking Devices: Accelerated (CCNAX) 3.0 200-125 CCNA CCNA 9 6
    Total 41 28
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  • FAQ's

    What is the difference between the new MCSE introduced in September 2016, and the existing ones?

    The new MCSE certifications (MCSE: Cloud Platform and Infrastructure,Mobility, MCSE: Data Management and Analytics, MCSE: Productivity, :App Builder) are aligned to Centers of Excellence, used by the Microsoft Partner Network to identify technical competencies that are widely recognizable by both Microsoft partners and customers. These credentials do not have a recertification requirement. Instead, the achievement date signifies how you keep up with changes to the technology. Every year, you have the opportunity to re-earn the certification by passing an exam from the list of electives, demonstrating your investment in broadening or deepening your skills in a given Center of Excellence. Each time you earn the certification, a new certification entry is added to your transcript. This process replaces the existing recertification requirement of taking a specific recertification exam every two years (MCSD) or every three years (MCSE) to prevent your certification from going inactive.

    What happens to the MCSE certifications that I earned prior to September 2016? 

    All MCSE certifications released prior to September 2016 will retire on March 31, 2017. All active MCSE certifications remain active on your transcript until retirement of the corresponding technologies, after which, the certifications are moved to the Legacy section of your transcript.

    Is there an upgrade path for me if I have previously earned an MCSE or MCSD certification? 

    To recognize your efforts in keeping your existing MCSE certification up-to-date, all individuals with active MCSE certifications from the following list will earn the corresponding new MCSE or MCSD certification for 2016, without the need to take additional exams:

    Is there an upgrade path for me if I was working towards an existing MCSE or MCSD certification but have not yet earned it?

    All individuals who have passed a qualifying elective exam since January 1, 2016, will be granted the corresponding new MCSE or MCSD certification for 2016 without the need to take additional exams, if they have already met all exam requirements.

    What is the recertification requirement for all MCSE certifications released prior to September 2016?

    For all MCSE certifications released prior to September 2016, MCSE candidates are required to recertify every three years. Recertification requires passing a recertification exam specific to your specialty.

    Recertification exams cover material from the exams taken to originally earn the credential, with particular emphasis on the most recent product and process changes. 

    MCSA certifications do not require recertification.

    How long is a Microsoft Certification valid?

    Microsoft Certifications are valuable in the market and remain valuable as long as companies are using the technologies covered in the certification. Over the period, certifications retire and eventually get shifted to a Legacy status. Legacy Microsoft Certifications appear on your transcript, designated as such. For the most current certification status, kindly refer the “Retired certifications page”.

    Are upgrade paths available for Microsoft Certifications? 

    Depending on the certification you have achieved, most certifications have an upgrade path available. For more information, check the “How to upgrade” section on the appropriate certification page.

    How do I find out about new certification releases? 

    To find out about new certification releases, refer to the “newly released certification exams” section, on the certifications exams page.

    Which certification should I start with?

    For those new to technology, Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) is the recommended as the starting point for the certifications. MTA certifications provide a solid foundation for those preparing for the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA) and Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD) certifications. Those who have been working with the technology should start with the MCSA or MCSD certification, which are prerequisites for any further certifications. The MCSA certification validates that job seekers have a minimum set of skills to hit the ground running.

    Which exams qualify for the new MCSD and MCSE certifications introduced in September 2016?

    Refer “Microsoft technical certifications chart”, to find out which exams qualify for the new MCSD and MCSE certifications introduced in September 2016.

    What do I gain from passing a Microsoft Certification exam?

    When you pass your first Microsoft Certification exam, you become a member of the Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) community, with access to all the benefits provided by the Microsoft Certification Program and the MCP member site. You can share your transcript with others to prove that you have passed that exam and to show your progress towards a specific certification. In some cases, such as when you pass an MTA or Specialist exam, that single exam also earns you the associated certification.

    Why don’t all the certification titles include version numbers?

    Certifications that require recertification are not versioned because they may cover multiple technologies.

    Would getting certified help in my matriculation?

    Students can now get college credit by earning a Microsoft Certification. The American Council on Education (ACE) has recommended college credit for several Microsoft Certifications.