The Cisco 640-822 exam is Cisco's entry-level exam for networking professionals. Passing this exam will earn you the CCENT (Cisco Certified Entry Network Technician) certification and is the first step towards acquiring the CCNA (Cisco Certified Network Associate) certification. This course covers the requirements for the ICND1 exam, and should prepare you to pass the exam.
Citrix Access Gateway is a robust, web-driven interface to allow users to access protected resources in enterprise networks. Whether you need to protect access to files, web sites, or servers, Citrix Access Gateway Advanced Edition allows you to define the levels of access for all users in your organization. In this practical, "hands-on" course, author Greg Dickinson introduces you to the components of the Citrix Access Gateway, and walks you through a lab where you will design and troubleshoot an Access Server infrastructure.
This VTC tutorial is intended for users with some Linux experience and provides the information required to pass the CompTIA Linux+ certification exam. The CompTIA Linux+ certification is an industry credential that validates the knowledge of technicians with six months experience installing, operating, and maintaining Linux operating systems. The certification is intended to be entry level in difficulty and never require upgrading. This tutorial, by long time VTC author, Arthur Griffith, provides the information in the areas covered by the exam: planning the implementation, installation, configuration, administration, system maintenance, troubleshooting, and identifying, installing, and maintaining system hardware.
Linux is the most important operating system on the Internet. It's recognized everywhere as the cost-effective way to operate all kinds of servers. With the support of powerhouses like IBM, Dell, HP, and Sun, demand for Linux servers is growing. Passing the CompTIA Linux+ exam is one step towards joining this army of Linux professionals. This course can help you pass the CompTIA Linux+ certification exam.
The CompTIA Network+ (2009 Objectives) certification is recognized internationally as validation of the technical knowledge required of foundation-level IT network technicians. This certification exhibits proof that the successful candidate has the knowledge and skills necessary to manage, maintain, troubleshoot, install, operate, and configure basic network infrastructure. In this course, Mark Long takes you step by step through the process and technologies you need to get ready to take this exam.
Need to become CompTIA Network+ certified? Join certified instructor Bill Ferguson in Virtual Training Company's CompTIA Network+ Certification tutorial as he shows you everything you need to know to take and pass the test. He begins by introducing you to the OSI (Open Systems Interconnect) model, then explains how network adapters allow computers to communicate, the relation between the topologies and technologies of networks, and how to control network traffic. Other topics he covers include remote connectivity, tools used for troubleshooting both hardware and software, and how to protect your network with Firewalls.
The CompTIA Network+ certification is an international industry credential that validates the knowledge of networking professionals with at least nine months of experience in network support or administration or adequate academic training. An accepted foundation-level, vendor-neutral certification for networking professionals, many IT certifications integrate CompTIA Network+ into their curriculums. VTC Author Brad Causey helps you prepare for the CompTIA Network+ Certification, including the new 2005 exam objectives.
Virtual Training Company's CompTIA Server+ Certification Tutorial is geared toward helping you to pass the certification test, but includes plenty of foundation material of use to both the beginner and the professional. Author Bill Ferguson's 9-hour course explains what a network is, what it does, and its components, as well as how to install, configure and upgrade a network.
Designing a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 Organization (70-285) measures an individual's ability to analyze business requirements for a Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 organization and design an appropriate messaging infrastructure based on these requirements. Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and long-time VTC author, Mark Long, provides you with the knowledge to take and pass the 70-285 Exam as well as demonstrate real world skills needed to implement Exchange Server 2003. Long takes you through analysis and design of Active Directory integration, administrative planning, routing topology, security and much more.
Anyone who has ever used the Internet before has used The Domain Name System (DNS). Not only is DNS used on the Internet to convert easily readable names to machine readable IP addresses, but it is widely used on almost every IP based application. Virtual Training Company author Blair Rampling explains to users the details of what DNS is, how it works, and how to work with DNS clients and servers on both Microsoft Windows and Unix platforms. Prerequisites are that users have a basic knowledge of TCP/IP, Unix, and administration of Microsoft Windows. Topics include: setting up DNS Zones and Records, using DNS with Active Directory in Windows, installing and configuring BIND 9 for Unix, DNS Security, troubleshooting DNS, and much more. Third-Party DNS Tools such as Webmin, Men and Mice QuickDNS, and Incognito DNS Commander are also discussed.