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ADSN

ADSN happens to be the choice of most people planning their career towards the hardware and networking. The intent of this course is to make a person with all the skills needed to be a systems engineer or a network engineer with MCSA, CCNA and Linux. You will be able to individually setup a complete domain environment needed for an enterprise, create and manage user profiles and eventually troubleshoot the commonly occurring issues.

  • Systems Administrator.
  •  Information Technology (IT) Manager.
  •  Senior Systems Administrator.
  •  Network Administrator.
  •  Systems Engineer (Computer Networking / IT)
  • Senior Systems Engineer.

Students who plan a career into the field of network solutions.

1. Hardware & Networking
2. MCSE 2012
Client/Server or Domain
• Introduction to Domain
• Advantages & Disadvantages
Installing Windows Server 2016
Install servers
• Plan for a server installation
• Server roles, Install Server Core
Configure servers
• Configure Server Core
• Delegate administration
Configure local storage
• Design storage spaces
• Configure basic & dynamic disks
• Configure master boot record (MBR)
• Configure GUID partition table (GPT)
• Manage volumes
Server roles and infrastructures
• Configure file and share access
Permissions
• Introduction to permissions
• Types – Share level, Security level
• Implementing Share permissions
– Shared folder, How to access?
– Hidden share, How to access ?
• Implementing Security permissions
– Access Control List, Inheritance
• Create and configure shares
• Configure share permissions
• Configure offline files
• NTFS – permissions, quotas
Create & configure virtual machine
• Install Server & Client O/s virtually
• Modify hardware platform for VM
Configure print & document services
• Enterprise Print Management
• Drivers, printer pooling
• Print priorities
• Printer permissions
Deploy & configure
core network services
• Configure IPv4 or IPv6
Deploy and configure DNS service
• AD integration of primary zones
• Configure forwarders, Root Hints
• A & PTR resource records
Install & administer Active Directory
Install domain controllers
Windows Server 2016 O/s
• Features of Windows Server 2016
• Install Server 2016, Client O/s
Introduction of ADDS
• Domain, Domain Controller
• What is Client/Member Server?
• Requirements to install ADDS
• Installing and configuring ADDS
Clients and Member Servers
• Adding, Removing
• Add/Remove a domain controller
• Configure a global catalog server
Active Directory users & computers
• Domain users & groups administration
• Domain user, Domain group
– Creating, managing & deleting
• Adding/Removing domain users
• Creating a Domain user account
• Computers Management console
• Managing domain user accounts
• Account lockout policy
Active Directory groups & OU
• Security, distribution, universal
• Domain local, & global
• Groups and OUs
Administering Windows Server 2016
Deploy Manage & maintain servers
Deploy and manage server images
Configure FSRM
Home folder
• What is home folder?
• Configuration of Home Folder
• Configure file and disk encryption
• Configure BitLocker encryption
Configure & Manage Active Directory
Configure domain controllers
Structure of Active Directory
• Physical – Domain Controller, Sites
• Logical – Forest, Tree, Domain
Installing and configuring ADC,
CDC, NDEF
Maintain Active Directory
Maintaining the Active Directory
• Forest & domain functional level
Configure account policies
Password policy
• What is default password policy?
• Changing default password policy
Account lockout policy
• Enabling account lockout threshold
• Account Lockout – Duration, Reset
• Unlocking locked account
• Password policy settings
– domain & local user
• Configure & apply PSOs
• Account lockout policy settings
• Kerberos policy settings
Configure and Manage group policy
• Configure Group Policy settings
• Configure settings
– software installation
– folder redirection, scripts
– administrative template settings
Advanced Windows Server 2016
Implement Business continuity
& disaster recovery
Configure & manage backups
Windows Server Backup & Recovery
• Introduction to backup & recovery
• Configuring windows backup
• Types of backup – Full Server
– Custom, Manual, Scheduled
• Configure Windows Server backups
Recover servers
• Restore from backups
Configure AD Infrastructure
Configure sites
• Configure sites and subnets
• Create & configure site links
• Manage site coverage
• Move domain controllers
between sites
Design & Implement
Server Infrastructure
Deploy & Configure DHCP service
• Create and configure scopes
• DHCP reservation
• DHCP options
• Configure client & server
for PXE boot
• Authorize DHCP server
Create and Manage Group policy
OU (Organizational Unit)
• Creating, deleting & modifying OU
• Creating users in OU
• Delegating control to a user
Group Policies
• Introduction to Group policy
• Configuring OU level policy
– Software Deployment policy
– Scripts on OU
– Folder Redirection policy on OU
Create Group Policy objects (GPO)
• Group Policies for Domain Objects
• Configuring script
• Software deployment
Configure security policies
• Configure User Rights Assignment
• Configure Security Options settings
• Configure Security templates
• Configure Local Users & Groups
• Configure User Account Control (UAC)
Windows Deployment Services
• Introduction to WDS
• Installing & configuring WDS
• Creating boot image & Install image
• Install O/s thru Network using WDS
• Install WDS role
• Configure and manage boot
• Install, and discover images
Profiles
• Introduction to profile
• Types of profile – Local, Roaming
• Implementing local profile
• Configuring roaming profile
Configure File and Print Services
FSRM (Disk quota)
• Introduction to FSRM
• Configuring Quota Management
• File screening using FSRM
• Storage Reports Management
• Install the FSRM role service
• Configure quotas, file screens
• Configure reports, file management
Configure Network services & access
Configure DNS zones
DNS Server
• Introduction, Install & configure
• Forward & Reverse lookup zones
– Creating & configuring
• Creating records in zones
• DNS backup
• Configure primary/secondary zones
• Stub zones, conditional forwards
• Zone and conditional forward
• Storage in Active Directory
• Configure zone delegation
• Configure zone transfer
• Configure notify settings
Configure DNS records
• Create & configure DNS RR
– A, AAAA, PTR, SOA, NS,
– SRV, CNAME, & MX records
• Zone scavenging, record options
Roles of Active Directory
• Introduction to roles
• Types of roles (FSMO & G.C)
• Transferring of roles
• Seizing of roles
• Transfer & seize operations
master roles
Configure a forest or a domain
• Implement Active Directory environments
– multi-domain & multi-forest
Configure trusts
Trust Relationship
• Introduction to Trust relationship
• Trust types
• Configuring Forest wide trust
• External, forest, shortcut, realm trusts
• Configure trust authentication
C C N A
Introduction to Networking
IP Address
• Ipv4
• Classes
• Subnet Mask
• Network Id and Host ID
• Public IP & Private IP
Ipv6 – Introduction to IPv6
OSI Model
Subnetting
• Types of subnetting
– FLSM, VLSM
Introduction to router
• Types of routers
• Router companies
Cisco Hierarchical design
• Access layer
• Core layer
• Distribution layer
Router components
Internal components
• RAM • ROM
• NVRAM
• Flash Memory
• Processor
External Components
• Ports
• Local administrative port
• Remote administrative port
Interfaces
• LAN interface • Ethernet
• AUI • Fast Ethernet
• Gigabit Ethernet • WAN interface
• Serial • Smart serial
Boot sequence of a router
Emulation software
• Hyper Terminal or putty
Simulation software
• Cisco packet tracer • GNS3
• Cisco Networking labs • SDM
Initial configuration on a new router
Modes of router
• User • Privilege
• Interface • Line
• Router
• Global configuration
Routing
• Rules
• Routing – Default, Static, Dynamic
Routing protocols
• Distance vector
• RIPv1, IGRP
• Link state
• OSPF
• Hybrid
• RIPv2, EIGRP
Password recovery
ACL
• Numbered ACL
• Named ACL
• Standard
• Extended
Introduction to switches
• Types
• Switches companies
Cisco Hierarchical Switches design
• Access layer
• Core layer
• Distribution layer
Switch components
Internal
• RAM • ROM
• NVRAM
• Flash Memory
• Processor
External
• Interfaces • Fast Ethernet
• Gigabit Ethernet • Ports
• Local / Remote administration
Initial configuration on a new switch
Linux
• History of UNIX & LINUX
• Concepts of Operating Systems
• Kernel, shell
• File system structure
• Basic concepts of Linux
• Red Hat Enterprise Linux Vs Fedora
• Types of Installation Methods
• GUI
• Text
• Concepts of Linux
• Basic Commands in Linux
• Installation of Linux
• User & Group management
• File Permissions
• Disk Partitioning
Modes of switch
• User • Privilege
• Interface
• Global configuration
• Line • VLAN
VLAN
• Demand for VLAN
• Trunking
VTP
Assigning IP address to switch
Spanning Tree Protocol
• STP
• PVSTP
• RVSTP
Port security
InterVLAN routing (Router on stick)
Wireless technologies
• Types
• Security
• Wireless standards
Hardware & Networking
COMPUTER HARDWARE
INTRODUCTION TO DOS
• Types of Operating Systems
• Introduction to DOS, DOS Commands
HARDWARE DEVICES
• Identifying Hardware devices
• Input/Output/Commn./Storage devices
• Identify components of motherboard
• SLOTS (ISA, EISA, PCI, AGP, AMR, PCIE)
• Expansion boards / Cards • NIC, Modem
• Multi-user, multi-port serial controller
• SCSI, SATA, USB
• External connectors
• Identifying & connecting Ports
• AT, ATX power ports
• CPU – Types of CPUs
• CPU companies, terminology
• SOCKETS – AIF, PGA, LGA
• ORTS – COM, IDE, FDC, LPT, USB
– VGA, Sound, SCSI, PS/2, SATA
• BANKS (SIMM -SIMM 32, SIMM 70)
• DIMM (SDR, DDR, DDR2, DDR3)
• SMPS – mini molex, moles
• SATA • AT & ATX connectors • Voltages
• ROM types – ROM, PROM, EPROM etc.
• IDE bus – Connecting devices
• Hard drive & CDROM jumper settings
• FDC bus • Connecting floppy drives
• Front Panel connections
ASSEMBLING
• Branded Vs Assembled systems
• Placing motherboard
• Placing processor in socket
• Placing processor fan
• Types of system cases
• Placing other devices
• IDE & FDC connections
• Front Panel connections
BIOS, CMOS
• POST steps
• CMOS Setup – Standard & Adv.
• Integrated peripherals
• PC health status
• Introduction to Bootable, Partitions
• Using FDISK
• Drive letters assignment
• Types of File systems
– FAT, FAT 16, FAT 32
– NTFS, CDFS, HSFS, EXT
• Formatting partitions
• Transferring system files
• Managing hard disks
• Disk manager
• Installation of Operating systems
• Win 98, Win XP, Win 2003,
Vista, Win 2008
DUAL BOOTING
• Introduction to Linux
• Installation of RHEL 4.0
• Linux commands
S/w installation
Device drivers installation
TROUBLE SHOOTING
• Beep codes
• Numerical/System errors
• Using restore points in Win XP
SECURING THE SYSTEM
• Windows Updates
• Firewall Settings
• Virus detection & removal
CD / DVD Writing
Password Breaking
COMPUTER NETWORKING
Introduction to Network
• What is a Network?
• What is networking?
• What is LAN, WAN, MAN?
Establish a Network
• Systems • Media
• Network Devices, Components
• Operating Systems
• Communication devices
• Protocols • Address
Types of Network
• LAN • MAN • WAN
Modes of Communication
• Simplex / Half Duplex / Full Duplex
Types of Communication
• Unicast / Multicast / Broadcast
Cables
• Coaxial cable • Optical Fiber
• Twisted pair cable
Types of connectors
• BNC connector • RJ45, RJ11
• ST & SC connector
Types of crimping
• Straight over / Cross over / Roll over
Topology
• Mesh • Bus
• Star • Ring
Hub, Switch, Router, NIC card
MAC address, IP address
OSI Reference Model
• Introduction
• Structure of OSI Reference Model
• Working of OSI Reference Model
Assigning IP address
Checking the connectivity
Changing the system name
Network Environment
• Workgroup or peer to peer
• Client/Server or Domain
Workgroup or Peer to Peer
• What is workgroup?
• Advantages of workgroup
• Disadvantages of workgroup
User administration
• What is user account?
• Different types of user accounts
• Local user account
– Creating, managing and deleting
Group administration
• What is a group?
• Different types of groups
• Groups
– Creating, managing and deleting
• Users membership to groups
– Adding and Removing