Windows Server Administration Fundamentals Course Overview

Windows Server Administration Fundamentals Course Overview

The Windows Server Administration Fundamentals course is designed to impart critical knowledge and skills necessary to manage and maintain a Windows Server environment. It covers a wide array of topics starting with Module 1, which provides an understanding of server installation, including device drivers, services, and installation options.

As the course progresses, learners will delve into server roles such as application servers, web servers, remote access, and server virtualization in Module 2. Additionally, it offers insights on managing Windows Server 2008 R2 and the essential aspects of managing storage and Active Directory, including accounts, groups, OUs, and the AD infrastructure.

Understanding storage technologies and RAID is covered in Module 4, while Module 5 focuses on server performance management, including monitoring components, performance, logs, and alerts. The course also discusses file and print services and popular Windows network services and applications.

By completing this Windows Server Administration Fundamentals training, individuals will be well-equipped with the Windows Server Administration Fundamentals necessary for a career in network and system administration.

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Course Prerequisites

To successfully undertake the Windows Server Administration Fundamentals course offered by Koenig Solutions, students should meet the following minimum prerequisites:


  • Basic understanding of computer hardware and devices.
  • Familiarity with operating systems concepts, such as what an operating system is and the basics of how it works.
  • Some knowledge of networking fundamentals, including an understanding of the OSI model, IP addressing, and basic network protocols (e.g., TCP/IP).
  • Awareness of core computing concepts such as applications, databases, and basic security concepts.
  • The ability to navigate and use a Windows operating system, preferably experience with a recent version of Windows.
  • Basic problem-solving and analytical skills.
  • Willingness to learn new technologies and adapt to various IT environments.

Please note that these prerequisites are meant to ensure that learners can fully benefit from the course content. However, individuals with a strong desire to learn and a commitment to engage with the material may still find success in this course, even if they do not meet every prerequisite listed.


Target Audience for Windows Server Administration Fundamentals

  1. The Windows Server Administration Fundamentals course offers comprehensive training for managing and implementing Windows Server infrastructure.


  2. Target Audience for the Windows Server Administration Fundamentals Course:


  • IT professionals seeking to enhance their server management skills
  • System administrators aiming to specialize in Windows servers
  • Network administrators interested in expanding their knowledge of Windows networking services
  • Technical support specialists who require a deeper understanding of Windows Server environments
  • Aspiring IT personnel pursuing a career in server administration
  • Computer science students looking to gain practical knowledge in server infrastructure
  • Professionals responsible for implementing and managing server virtualization
  • IT staff in organizations that utilize Windows Server as their primary server platform
  • Individuals preparing for the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) exams on Windows Server Administration Fundamentals
  • Career switchers aiming to enter the IT field with a focus on server management


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Windows Server Administration Fundamentals?

Introduction to the Course's Learning Outcomes:

Gain foundational knowledge in Windows Server administration, including server installation, roles, storage, Active Directory, and performance management to effectively manage and troubleshoot a Windows Server environment.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand the essentials of server installation, including the selection of appropriate server editions, understanding device drivers, services, and installation options.
  • Identify and explain the different server roles such as application servers, web servers, remote access services, file, and print services, as well as the basics of server virtualization.
  • Manage Windows Server 2008 R2 effectively, focusing on the core administrative tasks required for maintaining a Windows Server environment.
  • Comprehend storage technologies and RAID configurations to ensure data redundancy and performance optimization.
  • Understand Active Directory infrastructure, including accounts, groups, organizational units (OUs), and containers, to manage user access and security.
  • Monitor server performance, including understanding critical server components, using performance monitoring tools, and interpreting logs and alerts.
  • Recognize essential services that are critical for Windows Servers to function efficiently and how they contribute to the overall server management.
  • Manage file and print services to ensure seamless access to resources and sharing within a networked environment.
  • Explore popular Windows network services and applications that enhance the functionality and usability of the server.
  • Troubleshoot common server issues, ensuring high availability and minimal disruption in the IT infrastructure.