MCDST and MCITP 2008/2012
Registration Fees: $ 100.00
Books & Supplies: $ 0.00
STRF(Students Tuition Recovery Fund): $ 0.00
Students for this course support end users who run Microsoft Windows in a corporate environment. They should have experience using applications that are included with the operating system, such as productivity applications used in a corporate environment and Microsoft Office applications.
Students should be able to resolve operating system issues by telephone, email, connecting to an end user’s system remotely, or by visiting an end user’s desktop.
As each new Microsoft Windows operating system debuts, a number of features and security measures are introduced. This is a way for individuals and businesses to not only expand their limits with what they can accomplish, but also do so in a digitally safe and secure manner.
This program combines two (2) courses.
- Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST)
New productivity-boosting features and enhanced functionality introduced in Windows 7 are only as useful as your ability to learn them and use them to your advantage. We understand that, and we’re here to help. Our various Windows 7 training classes and certification exams are designed to help you build your knowledge of Windows 7, as well as strengthen your capabilities and credibility as an expert in productivity. Allow Blue Star Learning to help you become an expert within your organization by taking Windows 7 classes with a professional trainer. We offer training for both end-users and IT professionals, in a classroom setting to meet your scheduling needs.
This course prepares students to support users and troubleshoot desktop applications and operating systems. Students will learn how to install and configure Windows 7 operating system.
- Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP)
The Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) on Windows Server is intended for information technology (IT) professionals who work in the complex computing environment of medium to large companies. This course prepares students to support users and troubleshoot Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and Microsoft Windows Server 2012. This course focuses on the administration tasks necessary to maintain a Windows Server 2012 infrastructure such as configuring and troubleshooting name resolution, user and group management with Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and Group Policy.
The intended participant is anyone with minimum computer user skills who is interested in obtaining a job as an IT professional.
A Minimum score of 70% or more is required on the Blue Star Learning’s Admissions test.
930 Clock Hours, 52 Weeks
Upon completion of this program, graduates will be able to
- Install and configure Windows 7 devices
- Manage data access and security
- Deploy and manage Windows 7 desktops and devices using Microsoft Intune
- Configure and manage Client Hyper-V
- Manage Windows 7 sign-in and identity processes
- Manage User Profiles and User State Virtualization (USV)
- Troubleshoot programs and recover data
- design and implement infrastructure systems using the Microsoft Windows platform and Microsoft Server software.
- install, configure and troubleshoot network systems.
- pass the required certification examinations.
- configure zones, DNS server settings, zone transfers, and replication.
- configure a forest or a domain.
- Configure and Troubleshoot Domain Name System
- Maintain Active Directory Domain Services
- Manage User and Service Accounts
- Implement Group Policy Infrastructure
- Manage User Desktops using Group Policy
- Install, Configure and Troubleshoot Network Policy Server
- Implement Network Access Protection
- Implement Remote Access
- Optimize File Services
- Configure Encryption and Advanced Auditing
- Deploy and Maintain Server Images
- Implement Update Managements
- Monitor Windows Server 2012
Requirements For Program Completion
To successfully complete this program, students must maintain a minimum average of at least 70% or C.