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Microsoft Certified Professional Network Infrastructure Implementation & Management

by: Cresencio Daffon Jr. | 12 Feb, 2011 15:42:16

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For students who prefers to be trained by an instructor on a one-on-one setting with supplemental training online to enhance their skills and knowledge essential for managing and implementation of the network infrastructure of Microsoft Windows Server and prepare them for examination as certified Microsoft professional, now it’s a great chance to enroll for one of our premiere courses under Microsoft - MCP, MCSA, MCSE Regular Track Courses category called Implementing & Managing a Windows Server 2003 Network Infrastructure which runs for 30 hours and it is for those who are vying for positions like systems engineer and systems administrator who will be responsible for handling server networking technologies management and implementation that includes routing implementation, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) management and implementation, Windows Internet Name Service (WINS), and Domain Name System (DNS), securing traffic of Internet Protocol (IP) with certificates and Internet Protocol security (IPSec), network access infrastructure connection configuration for clients who can be accessed remotely, and network access monitoring and management.

Upon completion of this course training the certified student must be able to perform routing installation and configuration through the use of service for remote access and routing; Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server service installation and configuration; Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol management and monitoring; Network Basic Input/Output System name resolution and host configuration; service system of Domain Name System installation and configuration; Domain Name System management and monitoring; Windows Internet Name Service installation, configuration, and management; Internet Protocol securing through the use of Internet Protocol security and certificates; virtual, dial-up, and wireless clients connections configuration through network access infrastructure implementation; and network access infrastructure remote connections management and monitoring.

The training will be conducted in a classroom and laboratory setup with minds-on and hands-on activities structured environment and headed by professional and adept Information Technology instructors of CNCTC, Inc. The enrollees of this course should have taken or undergone training for Managing and Maintaining Windows Server 2003 Environment.

Highlights of the topics covered on the discussion includes Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol Protocols, Multiple Subnet Network, Client Internet Protocol Address, Name Resolution, Connectivity Issues, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, Domain Name System, Windows Internet Naming Service, Routing and Remote Access, Internet Protocol security and Certificates, and Network Access.  

If you pass the examination and become a Microsoft Certified Professional for network infrastructure implementation and management, you will be adept and professional when it comes to Windows Server 2003 to use for your entire computer system, whether it may be network of computers or a single PC wherever you may be – in the office, at home, in your place of business, or simply in front of your desktops, laptops or notebooks. It will be your edge as student of this comprehensive course over others who haven’t acquired any knowledge or skill regarding system administration for Windows Server 2003.

To enroll for this training, you may call, e-mail, or visit our offices to inquire about the requirements.

For more information about this course, you may click on the link provided below:

 

 

http://www.cnctc.com.ph/courses.htm   


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