Windows Network Engineers are experts in designing and implementing network configurations. They can quickly and accurately troubleshoot any performance issues and are responsible for monitoring network conditions and configuring security systems.
Windows Network Engineers are experts on the most widely used platform in modern business. As technology advances, the need for specialists to manage the systems only increases. As technology becomes simpler to operate on the user’s side, the need for skilled technicians to supervise and maintain the complexities on the backend increases.
The responsibilities of Windows Network Engineers are to create, configure and support networks for Windows servers and computers. They regulate remote access protocols that allow users to work with the Windows network safely while monitoring and maintaining the high availability of network resources. According to the statistics Network administrators take 8 place among the best technology jobs. Today, over 574,000 Network Engineers and Architects are employed. By 2030, that number will rise by over 18,800 jobs, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Over 200 million people use Windows. It is the most globally used OS available. As infrastructure adapts and changes, Windows Network Engineers are needed to help navigate the ever-changing landscape. Professions are projected to increase by 5%-6% in 10 years.
The course takes on the CompTIA NET+ Cert 007 Update which consists of five basic domains, with each domain presented in each chapter of the course. The following are the specifics of the scope and coverage under each domain.
Part One: Network Concepts – the networking concepts domain is introduced at the beginning of the entire course. The OSI Reference Model, protocols, changes in routing and switching, cloud concepts and purposes, and the function of network services will all be discussed.
Part Two: Infrastructure – this section covers the infrastructure domain. This includes deploying cabling solutions, replacement and use of network devices, and the implementation of virtualization and network storage.
Part Three: Network Operations – this segment deals with the network operations domain. This lesson introduces learners to preparing documentation, diagrams, business continuity, scanning, monitoring, and patches along with best practices and policies.
Part Four: Network Security – Delving into the network security domain, this section lays down many of the changes as it relates to physical security devices, authentication, access control, wireless security as well as common network attacks.
Part Five: Network Troubleshooting – the last installment of the course is dedicated to the network troubleshooting domain in which course takers will be kept abreast with some of the changes as it relates to using tools, hardware and software to fix problems, troubleshoot wired and wireless connectivity as well as common service-related issues.
The CompTIA Network+ certification is a globally recognized validation of the technical knowledge required of entry-level IT network administrators. This certification is a mid-level certification for network technicians. The purpose of this exam is to assess a network technician's knowledge of network architecture, installation, configuration, and troubleshooting.
Divided into five chapters, this course is filled with demonstration videos, lesson discussions and presentations, and practical insights about the five domains of the CompTIA NET+ Cert 007 Update.
This course is beneficial to learners who aim to prepare and pass the CompTIA Net+ Certification and the N10-006: CompTIA Net+ Certification. These course learners are the ones holding designations in the IT field including junior network administrator, IS consultant, network field engineer, junior system engineer, computer technician, help desk technician, system engineer, and network analyst.
This course is an update to the previous CompTIA Net+ body of knowledge, focusing on the N10-007 Exam's changes. Before taking on this course, learners should review or familiarize themselves with the previous 17-part course.
Furthermore, course takers are assumed to be adept at a CompTIA A+ certification or equivalent knowledge and at least have nine up to twelve months of work experience in IT networking.
In terms of target skills, learners are expected to demonstrate the following technical skills upon completion of this course:
Get up to speed with the industry standard for networking. Understanding what Windows networking means and how to do it well will launch you into the next generation of network engineering.
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