Essential CompTIA & Microsoft Windows Server Administrator Certification Bundle

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What's Included

CompTIA A+ 220-901 & 902
  • Experience level required: All levels
  • Length of time users can access this course: Lifetime

Course Curriculum

  • Domain 1.0 - PC Hardware
    PC Hardware Overview
    Computers Tour
    In-House Computer
    HP PC Computer
    Dell PC Computer
    Computer Cases
    Kit Computer Case
    In-House Case
    HP PC Case
    Dell PC Case
  • Domain 1.2 - Motherboard
    Motherboard Overview
    Motherboard Sizes
    Expansion Slots
    Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Slots
    RAM Slots
    CPU Sockets
    Legacy Chipsets
    Newer Chipsets
    Legacy MB Comparison
    Motherboard Chipsets Demo
    Jumpers
    Switches
    Connectors
    Bus Speeds
    Kit Computer Connectors
    In-House Connectors
    HP PC Connectors
    Dell PC Connectors
    Motherboard Review
  • Domain 1.6 - Processor
    Central Processing Unit (CPU)
    Socket Types
    Pin Grid Array (PGA)
    Land Grid Array (LGA)
    AMD Processors
    CPU Characteristics
    Speeds, Cores and Cache
    Hyperthreading and Virtualization
    CPU Architecture
    CPU Cooling
    Kit Computer Processor
    In-House Processor
    HP PC Processor
    Dell PC Processor
    Processor Review
  • Domain 1.3 - Memory
    Random Access Memory (RAM)
    Memory Packages
    Synchronous Dynamic (SDRAM)
    Dual Inline Memory Module (DIMM)
    Rambus DRAM
    Read Only Memory (ROM)
    Cache Memory
    Page File
    RAM Features
    RAM Configurations
    Registered Memory
    RAM Types
    Double Data Rate (DDR)
    Compatibility and Speed
    RAM Demonstration
    Memory Review
  • Domain 1.8 - Power
    Install a Power Supply
    Power Connectors
    Specifications
    Calculate Power Needs
    Online Power Usage Calculator
    Power Supply Demo
    Kit Computer Assembly
    In-House Assembly
    HP PC Assembly
    Dell PC Assembly
    Power Supply Review
  • Domain 1.1 - BIOS
    Configure BIOS Settings
    Basic Input/Output System
    Power On Self Test (POST)
    Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS)
    Components Managed
    Configurations
    Security
    Diagnostics
    Monitoring
    Firmware Upgrades
    Change BIOS Settings
    Flash BIOS Demonstration
    BIOS Review
  • Domain 1.7 - Connectors
    Connection Interfaces
    Universal Serial Bus (USB)
    IEEE 1394 (Firewire)
    Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE)
    Serial ATA (SATA)
    eSATA
    Floppy Disk
    Small Computer System Interface (SCSI)
    Serial
    Parallel
    Video Graphics Array (VGA)
    Digital Visual Interface (DVI)
    High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
    Audio
    RJ-45 Ethernet
    RJ-11 Telephone
    Bluetooth
    IR Infrared
    RF Wireless
    DisplayPort
    IBM Personal System/2 (PS/2)
    RCA Phono Connector
    Bayonet Neill-Concelman (BNC)
    Composite Video
    Component Video
    Separate Video (S-Video)
    Connectors Review
  • Domain 1.5 - Storage
    Storage Devices and Media
    Optical Drives
    Hard Drives
    Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA)
    UltraDMA
    Serial ATA (SATA)
    SCSI Storage
    Solid State Drives
    Flash Memory
    Memory Cards
    USB Flash Drives
    Floppy Drive
    Tape Drive
    Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID)
    RAID-0 Disk Striping
    RAID-1 Disk Mirroring
    RAID-5 Striping and Parity
    RAID-10 Striping Mirrored
    RAID Review
    RAID Demo
    Connections
    eSATA
    SCSI
    USB
    Other
    Memory Card Reader
    USB Flash Drives Demo
    IDE Cable Demo
    ATAPI5/UDMA4 Demo
    SATA Connect
    SCSI Connect
    USB Connect
    Storage Review
  • Domain 1.4 - Expansion Cards
    Install and Configure
    Video Cards
    Network Cards
    External Connectors
    Storage Cards
    Legacy Communications
    Wireless Cards
    Sound Card Install
    Video Card Install
    Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) Card Install
    PCI Express Card Install
    PCI Card Install
    Network Connectors
    Expansion Review
  • Domain 1.10 - Display Devices
    Display Types
    Cathode Ray Tube (CRT)
    Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)
    Other Flat Panels
    Projectors
    Refresh Rates
    Resolution
    Video Standards
    VGA Analog
    Interlaced Video
    Brightness and Contrast
    Analog vs. Digital
    Privacy Issues
    Multiple Monitors
    CRT Display Demo
    LCD Monitor Demo
    Projector Demo
    Display Review
  • Domain 1.12 - Peripherals
    Install and Configure
    Input Devices
    Multimedia Devices
    Output Devices
    Other Devices
    Keyboard/KVM
    Audio Devices
    Gamepad
    Camera
    MIDI Keyboard
    Wireless
    Peripherals Review
  • Domain 1.9 - Custom Configurations
    Select Components
    Design Workstation
    Editing Workstation
    Virtualization
    Gaming PC
    Home Theater
    Thick/Thin Client
    Home Server
    Custom Configuration Example
    Custom Configuration Review
    Hardware Review
  • Domain 2.0 - Networking
    Networking Overview
    Identify Network Cables and Connectors
    Fiber Connectors
    Twisted Pair
    Coaxial
    Characteristics of Connectors and Cabling
    Fiber Cable
    Unshielded Twisted Pair
    UTP Categories
    Shielded Twisted Pair
    Cable Types
  • Domain 2.3 - Internet Protocol Suite
    Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
    Binary Numbering
    IP Addressing
    Address Classes
    Public vs. Private
    Network Address Translation
    IP Address Properties
    Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
    Automatic Private IP Address
    Client Side Services
    Client IP Configuration
    Windows XP Client IP
    Common TCP and UDP Ports and Protocols
    TCP Ports
    Protocols
    TCP vs. UDP
    Wireless Networking Standards and Encryption
    802.11 Standard
    Authentication and Encryption
  • Domain 2.6 - Networking Hardware
    Wireless/Wired Router
    Router Settings
    Security Settings
    QoS and Firewall
    Port Forwarding
    Demilitarized Zone
    Install SOHO Router
    Compare Internet Connection Types
    Wired Connections
    Wireless Connections
    Identify Types of Networks
    Network Topologies
    Compare Network Devices
    Use Appropriate Networking Tools
    Networking Tools
    Networking Review
  • Domain 3.0 - Laptops
    Laptops Overview
    Dell Laptop Tour
    Acer Laptop Tour
    Install Hardware and Components
    Expansion Options
    Device Replacement
    Laptop Display Components
    Compare Laptop Features
    Function Keys
    Docking Station vs. Port Replicator
    Physical Lock
    Disassemble and Reassemble
    Device Replacement Demo
    Laptop Disassembly
    Laptop Display
    Laptop Base
    Laptop Reassembly
    Final Assembly
    Laptops Review
  • Domain 4.0 - Printers
    Printers Overview
    Printer Types and Imaging Processes
    Laser Printer Parts
    Laser Imaging Process
    Inkjet Printers
    Thermal Printers
    Impact Printers
    Install and Configure Printers
    Wired Printer
    Wireless Printer
    Print Server
    Network Printer Demo
    Perform Printer Maintenance
    Laser Maintenance
    Thermal Maintenance
    Impact Maintenance
    Printers Review
  • Domain 5.0 - Operational Procedures
    Operational Procedures Overview
    Use Appropriate Safety Procedures
    Personal Safety
    Regulatory Compliance
    Environmental Impacts and Controls
    Environmental Hazards
    Power Regulation
    Environmental Maintenance
    Communication Skills
    Professional Courtesy
    Difficult Customer or Situation
    Meeting Expectations
    Confidential Materials
    Prohibited Content and Activity
    Use of Documentation
    Operational Procedures Review
    Course Review
  • CompTIA A+ 220-802 Course Outline
    Introduction
    Objectives
  • Domain 1.0 - Operating Systems
    Features and Requirements
    Windows XP
    Windows Vista
    Windows 7
    32 vs. 64 bit
    Features
    Aero
    Sidebar
    User Account Control
    Bit-locker
    Shadow Copy
    System Restore
    Ready Boost
    Compatibility Mode
    XP Mode
    Easy Transfer
    Administrative Tools
    Defender and Security Essentials
    More Features
    File Structure and Paths
    Category vs. Classic
    Upgrade Paths
    Compatibility Tool and Upgrade Advisor Domain 1.2 - Install and Configure
    Boot Methods
    Types of Installation
    Upgrade Installation
    Upgrade Windows Vista
    Clean Installation
    Install Windows XP
    Install Windows Vista/7
    Windows XP Repair Installation
    Windows 7 Repair Installation
    Clean Wipe Drive C:
    Multi-boot Installation
    Remote Network Installation
    Partitioning
    File System Types
    Disk and Partition Demo
    Load Alternate Drivers
    Workgroup vs. Domain
    Installation Settings
    Drivers and Software
    Recovery Partition
  • Domain 1.3 - Command Line Tools
    Networking Tools
    Networking Tools Demo
    Operating System Tools
    OS Tools Demo
    Recovery Console Tools
    RC Tools Demo
  • Domain 1.4 - Features and Tools
    Features and Tools
    Event Viewer Demo
    Shared Folders
    Device Manager
    Local Users and Groups
    Local Security Policy
    Monitoring Tools
    Services
    Task Scheduler
    Administrative Tools
    Windows Firewall
    MSCONFIG
    Task Manager
    Disk Management
    Partitioning
    Disk Management Demo
    Migration Tools
    Run Line Utilities
  • Domain 1.5 - Control Panel
    Control Panel Utilities
    Internet Options
    Display
    User Accounts
    Folder Options
    System Properties
    Security Center
    Power Options
    Add/Remove Programs
    Network Connections
    Printers and Faxes
    Automatic Updates
    Tablet PC Settings
    Pen and Input Devices
    Offline Files
    Problem Reports and Solutions
    Vista Printers
    HomeGroup
    Action Center
    Remote and Desktop Apps
    Troubleshooting in Action Center
  • Domain 1.6 - Networking
    Workgroup vs. Domain
    Shares and Mapping
    Establish Network Connections
    Proxy Settings
    Network Settings
    Firewall Settings
    Configuring Alternate IP Address
    Network Card Properties
  • Domain 1.7 - Preventative Maintenance
    Best Practices
    Scheduled Backups
    Maintenance Tools
    Defragmentation
    Patch Management
    Driver Updates
    Firmware Updates
    Antivirus Updates
    System Restore
    Recovery Image
  • Domain 1.8 - Security Settings
    Users and Groups - Administrator
    NTFS Permissions
    File Attributes
    Shared Files and Folders
    Permission Propagation
    System Files and Folders
    User Authentication
  • Domain 1.9 - Virtualization
    Virtual Machines
    XP Mode Demo
    Hyper-V Manager
    Domain Review
    Domain 2.0 - Security
    Objectives
    Physical Security
    Digital Security
    Prevention Methods (2.1)
    Security Threats (2.2)
    Secure a Workstation (2.3)
    Best Practices
    Data Disposal (2.4)
    Wireless Network (2.5)
    Wired Network (2.6)
    Security Review
  • Domain 3.0 - Mobile Devices
    Objectives
    Basic Features (3.1)
    Downloading Apps
    Connectivity and Email (3.2)
    Wireless and Email
    Security (3.3)
    Using a Passcode
    Hardware (3.4)
    Android Features
    iOS Features
    Synchronization (3.5)
    Synchronize an iPad
    Mobile Devices Review
  • Domain 4.0 - Troubleshooting
    Objectives
    Troubleshooting Theory (4.1)
    Motherboard, RAM, CPU, Power (4.2)
    Common Symptoms
    Hard Drives and RAID Arrays (4.3)
    Common Symptoms
    Video and Display (4.4)
    Wired and Wireless Networks (4.5)
    Common Symptoms
    Operating System (4.6)
    Common Symptoms
    Security (4.7)
    Anti-Malware Software
    Laptops (4.8)
    Proper Disassembly
    Printers (4.9)
    Final Review

CompTIA A+ 220-901 & 902

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Description

The CompTIA A+ certification is the leader in professional IT certifications, and can open up a ton of career doors. These two courses will prepare you to pass the CompTIA A+ 220-901 and 220-902 certification exams. These exams focus on the fundamentals of computer technology, hardware, installing and configuring operating systems, and much more. With the materials contained in these courses, you'll be on the fast track to pass your CompTIA A+ certification with flying colors.
  • Access prep materials for both the CompTIA A+ 220-901 & 220-902 certification exams
  • Understand PC hardware, including motherboards, processors, memory & more
  • Study expansion cards, display devices, peripherals & custom configurations
  • Master networking, networking hardware & Internet Protocol
  • Learn how to install & configure operating systems
  • Discover operating tools, preventive maintenance, security, virtualization & more

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Details & Requirements

  • Length of time users can access this course: 12 months
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: all levels

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