Duration: Hours

Training Mode: Online


Windows Administration also known as Windows Systems Administrators, are responsible for installing, managing, and upgrading Windows-based systems and servers within a company. They are also responsible for managing data security, configuring user access, and maintaining the stability of the system.

1: Introduction to window administration:

  1. Introduction to various Windows operating systems
  2. Installing various Windows operating systems
  3. Post installation configurations
  4. Local User administration
  5. Introduction to various server roles
  6. Domain User administration
  7. Assigning folder permissions
  8. Introduction to Domain Trees and Forests
  9. Various backup processes
  10. FSMO roles and its uses
  11. Optimization for peak performances

2: Introduction to Windows OS

  1. What is an Operating system?
  2. Who are the various OS vendors?
  3. Difference between Client and Server OS?
  4. Different types of editions
  5. Prerequisites to install
  6. Hardware requirements

3: Installation of Windows Operating System:

  1. What are the various pre requirements for installing a Windows OS?
  2. What is partitioning in a HDD?
  3. File Systems and types of File systems
  4. Various editions of Windows client and Server OS
  5. Various Licensing types
  6. Remote installation of Windows 7 OS

4: Features of Windows 7 operating system:

  1. Windows Taskbar
  2. Jump Lists
  3. Pinning of applications and folders
  4. Desktop Gadgets
  5. Windows 7 Themes

5: Post Installation Configurations:

  1. Configuring VM for various volumes
  2. Minimum VM sizes for various OS
  3. Assigning paths for various applications
  4. Assigning Hostnames for the machines
  5. Assigning IP addresses

6: Disk Partitions

  1. Types of Disk
  2. Types of Partitions
  3. Types of volumes

7: Licensing of Windows Server / Clients

  1. What is License?
  2. Types of License

8: Local User Administration:

  1. Creating Local Users
  2. Creating Local Groups
  3. Assigning permissions for Local Users and Groups

9: User Profiles and Quotas :

  1. Types of Local User Profiles
  2. Managing profiles
  3. Setting quotas for users

10: Local Security Policy / Firewall Infrastructure:

  1. Types of Policies
  2. Implementing security Policy
  3. Configuring Policy settings
  4. Configure Windows Firewall

11: Creating DHCP Infrastructure:

  1. Adding DHCP server role
  2. Creating scopes and super scopes
  3. Understanding DHCP options classes

12: Configuring DNS Zone Infrastructure:

  1. Types of Lookup zones
  2. Zone and Record creations
  3. Testing Lookups

13: Installing Domain Controllers:

  1. What is Domain?
  2. Purpose of domain creation
  3. Installing a Domain Controller with Windows server 2008
  4. Installing a new Windows server 2008 forest
  5. Configuring Domain settings

14: Domain User Administration:

  1. Creating and managing Domain Users
  2. Creating and managing Domain groups

15: Folder Security:

  1. File system types
  2. Setting ACL permissions

16: Home / Drive Mappings

  1. What is Drive mapping?
  2. Configuring drives to get mapped for users

17: Configuring IIS Server

  1. Adding IIS server role
  2. Configuring and Managing Websites
  3. Assigning Aliases names for sites

18: Real Time infrastructure Test:

  1. Real Time network / Infrastructure
  2. Creating / Setting Configuration by Scenarios

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Locus Academy has more than a decade experience in delivering the training on Windows Administration  for corporates across the globe. The participants for the training on Windows Administration are extremely satisfied and are able to implement the learnings in their on going projects.



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Window Administrators can change security settings, install software and hardware, access all files on the computer, and make changes to other user accounts. To log on as an administrator, you need to have a user account on the computer with an Administrator account type.