Windows Admin Corporate Training Course

Edstellar's instructor-led Windows Admin training equips organizations to efficiently manage Windows server environments. Master administration, security, and troubleshooting. Ensure optimal performance and reliability. Elevate your Windows administration capabilities for seamless operations.

16 - 32 hrs
Instructor-led (On-site/Virtual)
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Windows Admin Training

Drive Team Excellence with Windows Admin Corporate Training

On-site or Online Windows Admin Training - Get the best Windows Admin training from top-rated instructors to upskill your teams.

The instructor-led Windows Admin Training Program is a comprehensive training solution designed to equip organizations with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage Windows-based systems and infrastructure. This customizable training program provides a deep understanding of essential concepts, tools, and best practices in Windows administration.

Windows Admin Training Program offered by Edstellar provides teams with an introduction to hardware and servers, gaining insights into the components and types of servers commonly used in enterprise environments. Employees then delve into the Windows Server operating system, learning about installation methods, configurations, and the key features of different Windows Server editions.

How does the Windows Admin Training Program benefit organizations?

  • Enhances system administration proficiency leading to improved performance, stability, and security
  • Reduces downtime through proactive troubleshooting techniques and efficient maintenance strategies
  • Optimal resource utilization resulting in maximum scalability and performance for the organization
  • Compliance adherence and robust security measures to safeguard sensitive data
  • Streamlines operations by reducing reliance on external IT support and enhancing internal capabilities
  • Empowers IT teams equipped with Windows administration skills for efficient management of systems and networks

Upon completing the Windows Admin Training Program, teams have the skills and expertise to efficiently manage Windows-based systems, optimize performance, ensure security, and troubleshoot common issues. Our program, facilitated by certified trainers, offers a comprehensive curriculum tailored to best match organizations' requirements. This comprehensive training program empowers organizations to enhance their technical proficiency and contribute to the seamless operation of their IT infrastructure.

Windows Admin Training for Employees: Key Learning Outcomes

Develop essential skills from industry-recognized Windows Admin training providers. The course includes the following key learning outcomes:

  • Troubleshoot common Windows server and network issues
  • Perform routine maintenance tasks to optimize system performance
  • Apply effective Windows administration techniques to ensure system stability and performance
  • Configure and manage Active Directory components, including user accounts, groups, and group policies
  • Implement security measures to protect Windows-based systems from vulnerabilities and unauthorized access

Key Benefits of the Training

  • Get your teams trained by experienced and expert instructors 
  • Assessments to evaluate the understanding and application of the training outcomes
  • Training schedule that minimizes disruption and aligns with the operational requirements
  • Post-training support, including access to resources, materials, and doubt-clearing sessions
  • Specialized tools and cutting-edge techniques are used for driving tangible results and impact within the organizations
  • Training methodology includes a mix of theoretical concepts, interactive exercises, case studies, and group discussions
  • Flexibility in program duration, training format, and the ability to tailor the content to align with the organization's unique needs and goals

Windows Admin Training Topics and Outline

This Windows Admin Training curriculum is meticulously designed by industry experts according to the current industry requirements and standards. The program provides an interactive learning experience that focuses on the dynamic demands of the field, ensuring relevance and applicability.

  1. Overview of Windows Server Editions
    • Different versions and editions of the Windows Server operating system
    • Feature comparison and selection considerations
  2. Installation and Configuration
    • Windows Server installation process and options
    • Post-installation configurations and best practices
  3. Managing Server Roles and Features
    • Understanding server roles and their purpose (e.g., Domain Controller, File Server)
    • Installing, configuring, and managing server features and roles
  1. Hardware Components
    • CPU, RAM, Hard Drives, and their functions
    • Motherboard, Power Supply Unit (PSU), and other essential components
  2. Server Hardware Overview
    • Different types of servers (e.g., rack servers, blade servers)
    • Redundancy and high availability considerations
  1. Windows Server Operating System Overview
    • Different versions and editions of Windows Server OS
    • Features and capabilities of Windows Server OS
  2. Installation and Configuration
    • Preparing for installation (hardware requirements, compatibility checks)
    • Installation methods (GUI-based, command-line, unattended)
  1. Overview of Server Roles
    • Common Windows Server roles (e.g., Domain Controller, File Server, Web Server)
    • Role-based access control and security considerations
  1. Active Directory Basics
    • Understanding Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS)
    • Domain Controllers and their roles and responsibilities
  2. User Account Management
    • Creating, modifying, and deleting user accounts
    • User properties, password policies, and user authentication
  3. Group Management
    • Creating and managing groups (security groups, distribution groups)
    • Group membership and permissions
  1. Overview of Operation Master Roles
    • Understanding the five FSMO (Flexible Single Master Operation) roles
    • Roles and responsibilities of each FSMO role
  1. Trust Relationships Overview
    • Understanding trust relationships between domains and forests
    • Types of trust relationships (one-way, two-way, transitive, non-transitive)
  1. The site and Subnet Configuration
    • Planning and configuring sites and subnets in Active Directory
    • Site links and replication considerations
  1. Introduction to Group Policy
    • Understanding Group Policy and its role in managing system configuration
    • Group Policy components (GPOs, Group Policy Templates, Group Policy Preferences)
  2. GPO Configuration and Management
    • Creating and linking GPOs to containers (OU, domain, site)
    • Configuring settings and preferences using GPOs
  1. Creating Network Shares
    • Sharing files and folders on the network
    • Permissions and access control for shared resources
  1. DNS Basics
    • Understanding DNS and its role in name resolution
    • DNS record types (A, CNAME, MX, SRV)
  2. DNS Configuration and Management
    • Configuring DNS zones, records, and forwarders
    • DNS troubleshooting and common issues
  1. DHCP Basics
    • Understanding DHCP and its role in IP address management
    • DHCP lease process and DHCP options
  2. DHCP Configuration and Management
    1. Configuring DHCP scopes, reservations, and options
    2. DHCP troubleshooting and common issues
  1. Disk Partitioning and Formatting
    • Creating and managing disk partitions
    • Disk formatting options (NTFS, FAT32)
  2. Disk Management Operations
    • Disk initialization, volume creation, and volume types (simple, spanned, striped, mirrored)
    • Disk maintenance and troubleshooting
  1. Introduction to IIS
    • Overview of Internet Information Services (IIS) and its features
    • Hosting websites and web applications with IIS
  2. IIS Configuration and Management
    • Website creation and configuration in IIS
    • Managing application pools, virtual directories, and SSL certificates
  1. WDS Overview
    • Introduction to Windows Deployment Services and its role in deploying operating systems
    • Unattended installation and image capture
  2. WDS Configuration and Deployment
    • Configuring WDS server settings and deployment options
    • Creating and managing deployment images and answer files
  1. WSUS Introduction
    • Understanding Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) and its benefits
    • WSUS architecture and deployment options
  2. WSUS Configuration and Management
    • Configuring WSUS server and client settings
    • Approving and deploying updates using WSUS
  1. Backup Strategies and Planning
    • Understanding backup types and methodologies
    • Backup planning, scheduling, and retention policies
  2. Windows Server Backup and Restore
    • Configuring Windows Server Backup
    • Performing system recovery and restoring data from backups

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Windows Admin Corporate Training Prices

Elevate your team's Windows Admin skills with our Windows Admin corporate training course. Choose from transparent pricing options tailored to your needs. Whether you have a training requirement for a small group or for large groups, our training solutions have you covered.

Request for a quote to know about our Windows Admin corporate training cost and plan the training initiative for your teams. Our cost-effective Windows Admin training pricing ensures you receive the highest value on your investment.

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Our customized corporate training packages offer various benefits. Maximize your organization's training budget and save big on your Windows Admin training by choosing one of our training packages. This option is best suited for organizations with multiple training requirements. Our training packages are a cost-effective way to scale up your workforce skill transformation efforts..

Starter Package

125 licenses

64 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Tailored for SMBs

Most Popular
Growth Package

350 licenses

160 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Ideal for growing SMBs

Enterprise Package

900 licenses

400 hours of training (includes VILT/In-person On-site)

Designed for large corporations

Custom Package

Unlimited licenses

Unlimited duration

Designed for large corporations

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This Corporate Training for Windows Admin is ideal for:

The Windows Admin Training Program is ideal for organizations seeking to enhance their technical capabilities in Windows administration to optimize system performance, implement robust security measures, and troubleshoot common server and network issues. This training is designed for IT professionals, system administrators, network administrators, IT managers, and team leads.

Prerequisites for Windows Admin Training

There are no prerequisites for taking Windows Admin Training Program. However, having a fundamental knowledge of computer systems, networks, and Windows operating systems would be advantageous.

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The instructor-led Windows Admin Training training is conducted by certified trainers with extensive expertise in the field. Participants will benefit from the instructor's vast knowledge, gaining valuable insights and practical skills essential for success in Windows Admin practices.

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