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Microsoft MCITP Enterprise Administrator on Windows Server

MCSE Certification TrainingEnterprise administrators are recognised among their peers and managers as leaders in Windows infrastructure design. The Microsoft Certified IT Professional: Enterprise Administrator (MCITP) is an expert level certification and one of the leading certifications for Windows Server that validates your ability to handle day-to-day management of the Windows Server Operating System, File Structure, Databases and Directory Services; handle software distribution and updates; monitor servers; provide troubleshooting support; support engineering and change-management projects; build and configure servers; implement auditing policy; perform scheduled vulnerability-assessment scans; and monitor logs for firewalls and intrusion-detection systems.  People who hold a MCITP Enterprise Administrator certification have one of the highest salaries on average compared to other MCITP certifications.


To get a MCITP: Enterprise Administrator certification you need to complete these five exams:


Exam 640: Configuring Windows Server Active Directory

Exam 642: Configuring Windows Server Network Infrastructure

Exam 643: Windows Server Applications Infrastructure

Exam 647: Windows Server Enterprise Administrator

Exam 680: Configuring Windows 7


After completion of all five exams, you will be awarded the MCITP: Enterprise Administrator qualification. For more information on what each exam will cover, please see below.


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  • MCITP: Enterprise Administrator Package
  • £1199.99
  • Exam 640
  • Configuring Windows Server Active Directory
  • £799.99

In the 640 exam you will be measured on your ability to configure and maintain a Windows Server Active Directory environment. Active directory is backbone of every Windows network and is responsible for maintaining authentication and security for both users and computers to network resources. Here are the percentages that make up the final mark for this exam using these technical tasks:


Configuring Domain Name System (DNS) for Active Directory (18%):

- Configure zones

- Configure DNS server settings

- Configure zone transfers and replication

Configuring the Active Directory infrastructure (17%):

- Configure a forest or a domain

- Configure trusts

- Configure sites

- Configure Active Directory replication

- Configure the global catalogue

- Configure operations masters

Configuring Active Directory roles and services (14%):

- Configure Active Directory Lightweight Directory Service (AD LDS)

- Configure Active Directory Rights Management Service (AD RMS)

- Configure the read-only domain controller (RODC)

- Configure Active Directory Federation Services (AD FSv2)

Creating and maintaining Active Directory objects(18%):

- Automate creation of Active Directory accounts

- Maintain Active Directory accounts

- Create and apply Group Policy objects (GPOs)

- Configure GPO templates

- Deploy and manage software by using GPOs

- Configure account policies

- Configure audit policy by using GPOs

Maintaining the Active Directory environment (18%):

- Configure backup and recovery

- Perform offline maintenance

- Monitor Active Directory

Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services (15%):

- Install Active Directory Certificate Services

- Configure CA server settings

- Manage certificate templates

- Manage enrolments

- Manage certificate revocations

  • Exam 642
  • Configuring Windows Server Network Infrastructure
  • £799.99

The 642 exam is all about Windows Server Network Infrastructure. Through the study and then achieving a pass in this exam it will mean that you understand, can configure and maintain all aspects of a Windows network infrastructure. Here are the percentages that make up the final mark for this exam using these technical tasks:


Configuring addressing and services (20%):

- Configure IPv4 and IPv6 addressing

- Configure Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

- Configure routing

- Configure Windows Firewall with advanced security

Configuring names resolution (22%):

- Configure a Domain Name System (DNS) server

- Configure DNS zones

- Configure DNS records

- Configure DNS replication

- Configure name resolution for client computers

Configuring network access (18%):

- Configure remote access

- Configure Network Access Protection (NAP)

- Configure DirectAccess

- Configure Network Policy Server (NPS)

Configuring file and print services(20%):

- Configure a file server

- Configure Distributed File System (DFS)

- Configure backup and restore

- Manage file server resources

- Configure and monitor print services

Monitoring and managing a network infrastructure (20%):

- Configure Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) server settings

- Configure performance monitoring

- Configure event logs

- Gather network data

  • Exam 643
  • Windows Server Applications Infrastructure
  • £799.99

The subject of the 643 exam is Windows Server Applications and Services. Through study and passing this exam you will learn about how to configure and deploy services for end users. These services include things from Windows Deployment services for deploying end user desktop pc’s all the way to web and media streaming servers. Here are the percentages that make up the final mark for this exam using these technical tasks:


Deploying servers (28%):

- Deploy images by using Windows Deployment Services

- Configure Microsoft Windows activation

- Configure Windows Server Hyper-V and virtual machines

- Configure high availability

- Configure storage

Configuring Remote Desktop Services (26%):

- Configure RemoteApp and Remote Desktop Web Access

- Configure Remote Desktop Gateway (RD Gateway)

- Configure Remote Desktop Connection Broker

- Configure and monitor Remote Desktop resources

- Configure Remote Desktop licensing

- Configure Remote Desktop Session Host

Configuring a Web Services Infrastructure (25%):

- Configure Web applications

- Manage Web sites

- Configure a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server

- Configure Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)

- Manage the Web Server (IIS) role

- Configure SSL security

- Configure Web site authentication and permissions

Configuring Network Application Services(21%):

- Manage the Streaming Media Services role

- Secure streaming media

- Configure SharePoint Foundation options

- Configure SharePoint Foundation integration

  • Exam 647
  • Windows Server Enterprise Administrator
  • £799.99

This exam builds on all the skills and knowledge you have learnt in the other 3 core exams 640, 642 and 643. You already know how to configure all aspects of a windows network infrastructure, now is the time to learn all about how to best plan and design one. You will get a greater depth of understanding of how to design this infrastructure with best practices in mind. Here are the percentages that make up the final mark for this exam using these technical tasks:


Planning network and application services (23%):

- Plan for name resolution and IP addressing

- Design for network access

- Plan for application delivery

- Plan for Remote Desktop Services

Designing core identity and access management components (25%):

- Design Active Directory forests and domains

- Design the Active Directory physical topology

- Design the Active Directory administrative model

- Design the enterprise-level group policy strategy

Designing support identity and access management components (29%):

- Plan for domain or forest migration, upgrade and restructuring

- Design the branch office deployment

- Design and implement public key infrastructure

- Plan for interoperability

Designing for business continuity and data availability (23%):

- Plan for business continuity

- Design for software updates and compliance management

- Design the operating system virtualisation strategy

- Design for data management and data access

  • Exam 680
  • Configuring Windows 7
  • £799.99

The 680 exam covers configuration of the Windows 7 operating system. Candidates who successfully pass the 680 exam will have sound knowledge and skills in all aspects of Windows 7 configuration. Here are the percentages that make up the final mark for this exam using these technical tasks:


Installing, upgrading and migrating to Windows 7 (14%):

- Perform a clean installation

- Upgrade to Windows 7 from previous versions of Windows

- Migrate user profiles

Deploying Windows 7 (13%):

- Capture a system image

- Prepare a system image for deployment

- Deploy a system image

- Configure a VHD

Configuring hardware and applications (14%):

- Configure devices

- Configure application compatibility

- Configure application restrictions

- Configure Internet Explorer

Configuring network connectivity (14%):

- Configure IPv4 network settings

- Configure IPv6 network settings

- Configure networking settings

- Configure Windows Firewall

- Configure remote management

Configuring access to resources (13%):

- Configure shared resources

- Configure file and folder access

- Configure user account control (UAC)

- Configure authentication and authorisation

- Configure BranchCache

Configuring mobile computing (10%):

- Configure BitLocker and BitLocker To Go

- Configure DirectAccess

- Configure mobility options

- Configure remote connections

Monitoring and maintaining systems that run Windows 7 (11%):

- Configure updates to Windows 7

- Manage disks

- Monitor systems

- Configure performance settings

Configuring backup and recovery options (11%):

- Configure backup

- Configure system recovery options

- Configure file recovery options




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