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Server Administration Training

A Microsoft Server Administration course is for individual who is responsible to Install, maintain, secure, and troubleshoot Computer Systems, Printers, and Storage especially multi-user computers, such as Servers. Most employers prefer a bachelor’s degree in a related field.

MCSA | MCSE Certifications retired on Jan 31, 2021 BUT Training content still demanding

 Microsoft certifications, such as MCSA and MCSE, may have expired, but the demand for their associated training content remains strong in the market. This is due to the continued widespread use of Microsoft technologies, such as Windows Server and Azure, in businesses and organizations around the world.

Furthermore, having experience with Microsoft technologies can provide numerous career advancement opportunities, as many employers are seeking individuals with a strong foundation in these platforms. Pursuing training in Microsoft server administration can give individuals a competitive edge in the job market and help them stand out in their careers.

In conclusion, Microsoft server administration training is a highly valuable investment for individuals looking to advance their careers in IT and server administration. Whether you are an experienced IT professional or just starting out, there is a growing demand for individuals with skills and knowledge in Microsoft technologies.

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    All about Server Administration

    Server administration is the process of managing and maintaining server systems and networks to ensure their optimal performance, security, and availability. This involves tasks such as installing and updating software, managing users and permissions, monitoring system performance, and addressing security threats. Server administrators play a critical role in keeping systems running smoothly and securely, and are essential for businesses and organizations that rely on technology. Server administration requires a strong foundation in IT and an in-depth understanding of the technologies used, such as Windows Server and Azure.

    Main Topics

    • Operating Systems: Understanding the basics of server operating systems, such as Windows Server, Linux, and UNIX.
    • Networking: Knowledge of network protocols, such as TCP/IP, DNS, and DHCP, and the ability to configure and troubleshoot network issues.
    • Storage: Understanding the different storage options available, such as direct-attached storage, network-attached storage, and storage area networks, and the ability to configure and manage storage solutions.
    • Security: Knowledge of security best practices, including firewalls, intrusion detection, and access control, and the ability to secure server systems and networks.
    • Virtualization: Understanding the concepts of virtualization, including virtual machines and hypervisors, and the ability to configure and manage virtualized environments.
    • Cloud Computing: Knowledge of cloud computing technologies, such as Microsoft Azure, and the ability to manage and maintain cloud-based systems.
    • Performance Monitoring and Troubleshooting: Understanding of system performance metrics and the ability to identify and resolve performance issues.

    Intended Audience

    This course is intended for:

    • Administrator
    • Business User
    • Developer
    • Student
    • Technology Manager
    • Project managers
    • Other IT-related professionals


    • No prerequisite
    • Basic Networking Knowledge is preferable

    Career Opportunities with Responsibilities

    • System Administrator: This role involves the daily management and maintenance of client Machines, server systems, including installations, updates, and troubleshooting.
    • Network Administrator: Network administrators are responsible for maintaining the performance and security of a company’s network infrastructure, including servers, switches, Routers, Wireless Access Points, IP Surveillance and firewalls.
    • Database Administrator: This role involves the administration and management of a company’s databases, including performance optimization, backup and recovery, and security.
    • Cloud Administrator: Cloud administrators are responsible for managing and maintaining cloud-based systems, such as those hosted on Microsoft Azure.
    • IT Manager: IT managers are responsible for overseeing the overall technology strategy for a company, including the management of server systems and networks.

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    System Administration Payment Plans

    At Ezxprt we offer different Payment Plan to suit your budget and learning needs. 

    Basic Plan

    Online Class Training
    $ 100 usd
    Live Training on Microsoft Teams
    Training Slides
    Lab Manual
    Reference Video
    Training Completion Certificate

    Economy Plan

    Self Paced Recorded Training
    $ 50 usd
    Pre Recorded Videos
    Lab Manual
    Training Slides
    Training Completion Certificate
    Live Support through Online Session | WhatsApp | Call | Email

    Ultimate Plan

    One-o-One Training
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    Live Training on Microsoft Teams
    Lab Manual
    Training Slides
    Reference Videos
    Career Counseling
    Interview Prep Support