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Diploma in IT Server Administration

The Server Administration is one of Microsoft & new generation of credentials that provide IT professionals with a simpler and more targeted framework to display their technicaland professional skills. The Server Administration demonstrates that an individual is capable of managing day-to- day server operations as well as providing Windows Server administration. This certification qualifies individuals for jobs such as Desktop Support, Network Administrator, Monitoring Operator, Server Systems Administrator, and Windows Server Administrator

Diploma in IT Server Administration

Course Modules


  • Identifying personal computer components
  • Motherboard types
  • Motherboard components
  • Identifying purpose and characteristics of processor
  • Identifying purpose and characteristics of memory
  • RAM
  • Types of RAM
  • Speed Specifications
  • Physical Differentiation among RAM
  • Types of ROM
  • Identifying purpose and characteristics of storage devices
  • Identifying purpose and characteristics of display devices
  • Identifying purpose and characteristics of other components


  • Operating system
  • Terms & concepts
  • Evolution of windows operating system
  • MSDOS Evolution
  • The Registry
  • Registry Hacking
  • Booting sequence of system
  • Key Boot Files
  • Printers
  • Media & topologies
  • Networks
  • Types of network
  • Network topology
  • Transmission media
  • Network devices
  • Network Security Devices
  • Twisted Pair Cable Combinations
  • Crimping RJ-45
  • Network Troubleshooting with Physical Topology


  • Introduction to Inter networking
  • OSI & TCP/IP Stack
  • IP Addressing, Subnetting, VLSM
  • Configuring Router & Switch
  • IP Routing
  • Switching, VLAN, VTP
  • WAN
  • Basic Network Security & ACL
  • IP Services & Managing Cisco IOS
  • Wireless Technology
  • Firewalls & VPN
  • Troubleshooting

MCITP (Server 2008)

  • Windows 7, Configuring (70-680)
  • Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Configuring (70-640)
  • Windows Server 2008 Network Infrastructure, Configuring (70-642)
  • Windows Server 2008 Applications Infrastructure, Configuring (70-643)
  • Windows Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator (70-647)

UNIX Server

  • Introduction to the Unix Operating System
  • Unix Basic Commands
  • Redirection and Pipes
  • Introduction to The vi Editor
  • Searching and Replacing Text
  • Recalling and Editing Commands
  • File Permissions and Access Control
  • Processes

MCSA (Server 2012)

  • Install and configure servers
  • Configure server roles and features
  • Configure Hyper –V
  • Deploy and configure core network services
  • Install and administer Active Directory
  • Create and Manage Group policy

LINUX Server

  • Installation
  • User and Group Administration
  • Redhat Infrastructure
  • Redhat Package Manager
  • The Linux kernel
  • Rescue modes
  • Network Services
  • Security
  • X Window System
  • Routing, Forwarding, and Firewalls
  • File System Management

Oracle Database

  • SQL
  • PL/SQL
  • Admin I
  • Oracle Data pump Admin II

Duration of the courses: 120 Hours


Candidates for this training are IT professionals who seek a leadership role in Windows infrastructure design in a current or future job role, in which they work with Windows Server.

Key Benefits

By the end of this training, students will expertise in the resolution of end user incident requests involving troubleshooting and configuration of hardware, software and network settings and be capable of deploying, building, designing, optimizing, and operating technologies.