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Our Team has hand-picked top 10 soft skills courses for our members. This bundle is a must-have for anyone looking to start an IT career or even experience IT professional can take benefit from this package. ZERO cost to members that are taking our live courses or Premium members.

  • Balancing Priorities – 60 Slides
  • Behavioral Interviews – 74 Slides
  • Creative Problem Solving – 90 Slides
  • Ethics In The Workplace – 59 Slides
  • Meetings – 56 – Slides
  • Navigating Difficult Conversations -46 – Slides
  • Solid Business Writing – 66 – Slides
  • Time Management – 98 – Slides
  • Productive Work Habits -63- Slides

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Duties of a system administrator

The duties of a system administrator are wide-ranging, and vary widely from one organization to another. Sysadmins are usually charged with installing, supporting, and maintaining servers or other computer systems, and planning for and responding to service outages and other problems. Other duties may include scripting or light programming, project management for systems-related projects.

The system administrator is responsible for following things:

  1. User administration (setup and maintaining account) – Active Directory
  2. Maintaining system – Applications, Web Servers and Servers
  3. Verify that peripherals are working properly
  4. Quickly arrange repair for hardware in occasion of hardware failure
  5. Monitor system performance – Hardware and Software Troubleshooting
  6. Create file systems
  7. Install software – Software Deployments
  8. Create a backup and recover policy
  9. Monitor network communication
  10. Update system as soon as new version of OS and application software comes out
  11. Implement the policies for the use of the computer system and network
  12. Setup security policies for users. A sysadmin must have a strong grasp of computer security (e.g. firewalls and intrusion detection systems)
  13. Documentation in form of internal wiki
  14. Password and identity management

Most important skill to a system administrator

Problem solving, period. This can some time lead into all sorts of constraints and stress. When workstation or server goes down, you are called to solve the problem. You should able to quickly and correctly diagnose the problem. You must figure out what is wrong and how best it can be fixed in small amount of time.

In this course we will cover all requirements with real world scenarios and hands on labs

 

Course Curriculum

Before We Start - Lecture
JSS31: Before We Start System Admin Lecture FREE 00:00:00
MplusJSS31: Real World Video showcase for first lecture 00:00:00
Real World Scenarios and Showcase
JSS31: System Administrator course (Server Room) 00:00:00
Do you know how to do this stuff?
JSS31: Do you know how to do this stuff? 00:00:00
Understand IT Infrastructure
JSS31: Understand IT Infrastructure 00:00:00
Networking Fundamentals Advisory Videos & Hands-on Lab
Windows Server Administration Fundamentals Advisory Videos & Hands-on Lab
Security Fundamentals Advisory Videos & Hands-on Lab
Upgrading Your Skills to MCSA Windows Server 2012
Real World Examples | Membership Plus | Always updated with new examples
JSS31: Basic cryptolocker ransomware analysis 00:00:00
JSS31: Prevent from cryptolocker 00:00:00
JSS31: Anti-Ransomware File Server Resource Manager Filters and AMP 00:00:00
JSS31:IT Real World Scenarios: Blocking Website Attacks 00:00:00
JSS31:Cloudflare real world Tutorial 00:00:00
Basic to advanced troubleshooting using Tools
Joining System Admin Communities
Transition to Systems Administrator Title (Project)
JSS31: Real World Examples 00:00:00
JSS31: Prevent from cryptolocker 00:00:00

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