Administering and Maintaining Windows 7 Training Course
This five-day instructor-led course provides students with the knowledge and skills to successfully install, maintain, and troubleshoot Windows 7 computers. Through practical labs, you'll get invaluable experience with installation and upgrades, remote access, and the new desktop environment. You will learn how Windows 7 allows for vast improvements to security, overall system performance, and deployment-a robust combination unparalleled in the market.
In this Windows 7 training course, you'll focus on successful configuration of the IT Pro tools and applications that ship with Windows 7. You will learn to identify technical problems that can occur on your organization's client computers, and you'll discover the Windows 7 tools used to monitor and maintain those computers. By the end of this course, you will have installed and configured a Windows 7 desktop that is secure and on the network, while focusing on five main troubleshooting areas: operating system, hardware, networking, security, and applications.
Course 50292: Administering and Maintaining Windows 7 is intended for experienced enterprise-level IT professionals who focus on a broad range of desktop operating system, desktop application, networking, and hardware support issues, who have experience with Windows server operating systems, and whose jobs require them to stay knowledgeable and skilled on new versions and technology updates as defined by the business environment.
Module 1: Introducing Windows 7
This module will provide a high level evolution of the Windows client operating system. It also describes the features of Windows 7 product line, features, and its hardware and compatibility requirements.
Module 2: Installing Windows 7
This module explains the features of the Windows 7 boot process and how to perform a clean installations as well as an upgrade. Finally, this section describes the Windows Server 2008 R2 deployment technologies that you can use with Windows 7.
Module 3: Configuring and Managing Windows 7 Settings
This module discusses the tools available for the user and administrator to personalize a desktop. This module will describe the personalization center and other tools available to allow for more user productivity.
Module 4: Customizing the Windows 7 User Interface
This module introduces the features of Windows Display Driver Model and reviews the changes to the Start Menu and Taskbar Settings. This module will take you through the steps of how to personalize the Windows 7 desktop and describe the Windows Aero graphics package.
Module 5: Managing Windows 7 in the Workgroup
This module explains how to leverage the Windows 7 workgroup features so that you will be able to support the largest segment of computer networks in the market place. In this module you will be introduced to two different network types, the Workgroup and the Domain.
Module 6: Integrating Windows 7 with Active Directory
This module explains how to utilize the server side technologies that are available with Windows Server 2008 R2 and the enterprise abilities of Windows 7. This information will help you understand the things that you can do in your own network to make your job easier and make your data that much more available and secure.
Module 7: Windows 7 Networking
This module explains how to successfully manage and monitor you networks so they can operate smoothly and efficiently. This module introduces you to the Windows 7 networking technologies as well as networking in general.
Module 8: Windows 7 Remote Access and Mobile Computing
This module explores the available remote access technologies that are present and available with Windows 7 as well as some features that are brand new and only function within a Windows Server 2008 R2 environment. You will learn how to configure the Windows 7 Firewall to support the RDP client connections.
Module 9: Working with File Systems
This module examines the NTFS that is preinstalled on Windows 7. It explains SIDs, including the NTFS permissions and share permissions. This module also explains the Encrypting File System.
Module 10: Securing Windows 7
This module explains how to use the various technologies that you can employ to secure your Windows 7 installations, such as User Access Control, NAP (Network Access Protection), the Windows firewall and a host of other tools.
Module 11: Windows 7 Backup and Recovery
This module introduces the backup and recovery tools available in the event that Windows 7 does have a problem.
Module 12: Troubleshooting and Monitoring Windows 7
This module explains how to use the Windows 7 Reliability Monitor, the Performance Monitor, and the other utilities to maintain and monitor your Windows 7 network.
Module 13: Running and Troubleshooting Applications on Windows 7
This module explains how to use Windows 7 and other stand alone utilities for application compatibility, remediation, and mitigation.
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