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The following outline describes the content of the Windows 2010 Administration. To qualify as a Certified Windows 2010 Administrator, you must pass the examination with a score of 60% or higher.  To be certified as a Master Windows 2010 Administrator, you must obtain a score of 75% or higher.

Microsoft Windows 2010 Concepts and Architecture

Topic

Subtopic

Administration

Backup

Administration

Documentation

Administration

Security

Design

ATM

Design

Client server

Design

Clustering

Design

Messaging

Design

Peer-to-peer

Design

Scenarios

LAN Topologies

ATM

LAN Topologies

Coaxial Cable

LAN Topologies

Ethernet

LAN Topologies

FDDI

LAN Topologies

Fiber-Optic

LAN Topologies

Max Cable Runs

LAN Topologies

Signal Transmission

LAN Topologies

Strengths / Weaknesses

LAN Topologies

Token Ring

LAN Topologies

Twisted Pair Cable

LAN Topologies

Wireless Media

Network Cards

Configuration

Network Cards

Installation

Network Devices

Backbones

Network Devices

Bridges

Network Devices

Coaxial Cable

Network Devices

Connection Types

Network Devices

Gateways

Network Devices

Hubs

Network Devices

Physical Media

Network Devices

Repeaters

Network Devices

Routers

Network Devices

Switches

Network Management

RMON

Network Management

SNMP

Network OS

NetWare

Network OS

NT

Network OS

Unix/Linux

Network Standards

Standard Organizations and the ISO

OSI Model

Application Layer

OSI Model

Logical Link Layer

OSI Model

Network Layer

OSI Model

Physical Layer

OSI Model

Presentation Layer

OSI Model

Session Layer

OSI Model

Transport Layer

Protocol Stacks

AppleTalk

Protocol Stacks

IPv4

Protocol Stacks

IPX/SPX

Protocol Stacks

Microsoft's IPX

Protocol Stacks

TCP/UDP

Resource Sharing

File Shaing

Resource Sharing

RAID

Resource Sharing

Sharing Printers

TCP/IP

Addressing

TCP/IP

Applications

TCP/IP

DNS/Bind

TCP/IP

OSI Reference Model

TCP/IP

TCP/UDP

Transport Protocols

IPX/SPX

Transport Protocols

OSPF

Transport Protocols

RIP

Troubleshooting

Analyzers

Troubleshooting

Hardware-related problems

Troubleshooting

Logging Events

Troubleshooting

Monitoring Trends and Performance

Troubleshooting

Network

Troubleshooting

Software

Troubleshooting

User-related problems

WAN Topologies

ATM

WAN Topologies

Circuit vs Packet switching

WAN Topologies

Frame Relay

WAN Topologies

ISDN

WAN Topologies

Mobile Computing

WAN Topologies

Packet switching

WAN Topologies

SONET

WAN Topologies

Switched 56

WAN Topologies

T-1

WAN Topologies

Wireless Media

WAN Topologies

x.25

Microsoft Windows 2010 Administration

Topic

Subtopic

Account Administration

Account Policies

Account Administration

Creation of user accounts

Account Administration

Local accounts vs. Domain accounts

Architecture

Executive Services

Architecture

Subsystems

Architecture

User mode vs. kernel mode

Boot Process

Boot.ini and ARC paths

Boot Process

Import vs. Export Servers

Boot Process

Intel based boot files

Boot Process

Troubleshooting (ERD, Last Known Good, Rdisk)

Directory Replication

Configuring Directory Replication

Directory Replication

Import vs. Export Servers

Directory Replication

Netlogon

Directory Services

Adding a computer account to the domain

Directory Services

Creating Trust Relationships

Directory Services

Domain vs. Workgroup

Directory Services

Trust Models

Group Administration

Creation of groups

Group Administration

Global Groups vs. Local Groups

Group Administration

Group Strategy in a multiple domain environment

Group Administration

Group Strategy in a single domain environment

Installation

Answer files and udf files

Installation

File Systems

Installation

Hardware Platforms

Installation

Methods of installation

Installation

Hardware Qualifier & Compatibility List

Installation

Server Config as PDC or Member Server

Installation

Partitioning

Installation

Upgrading

Installation

Winnt vs. winnt32 and switches

Licensing

Per seat vs. per server

Network Services

Browser Service

Network Services

Client/Gateway Services for Netware, FPNW

Network Services

Remote Access Service

Network Services

Server Service

Network Services

Workstation Service

Administration Tools

Disk Administrator

Administration Tools

Event Viewer

Administration Tools

Network Client Administrator

Administration Tools

Network Monitor

Administration Tools

Diagnostics

Administration Tools

Performance Monitor

Administration Tools

Server Manager

Administration Tools

System Policy Editor

Administration Tools

User Manager for Domains

Permissions

Interaction of shared folder and NTFS permissions

Permissions

NTFS permissions

Permissions

Permissions vs. user rights

Permissions

Print permissions

Permissions

Shared Folder permissions

Registry

Parts of the registry

Registry

Tools to access the registry

System Policies

Creation of system policies in an Windows Domain

System Policies

Creation of system policies in Windows domain

System Policies

User policies vs. Computer Policies

TCP/IP

Default Subnet Masks

TCP/IP

Domain Name Service

TCP/IP

IP Addressing

TCP/IP

Subnetting

TCP/IP

Windows Internet Name Service

User Profiles

Interaction with system policies

User Profiles

Local vs. Roaming

User Profiles

Mandatory User Profiles

User Profiles

What is included

 

All eCertifications examinations are delivered through the web and use computer adaptive testing (CAT), in which the degree of complexity for questions areas based on previous answers.  Additionally, questions are selected from large question banks, so that it is not productive to memorize questions. 

The expected time to complete the Windows Networking System Administrator eCertification examination is 60 minutes.  In addition to registration with eCertifications, all certified professionals may use one of the logos below on their resume followed by a professional certificate which is suitable for framing.

Windows Network Administrator Windows Network Administrator Master

 


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