You'll learn how to automate the creation of user accounts, how to create and manage group accounts, how to configure DNS, apply security templates and permissions, rollback software updates and perform system recovery – all within the unique and now dated Windows Server 2003 ecosystem.
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All Windows Server 2003 FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Server administrators, network administrators and network support consultants should take this training in Windows Server 2003. You can't say with certainty that you'll never work on a network or server that runs Windows Server 2003, and with this course you won't be lost by its antiquated functionality.
No, this training in managing and administering Windows Server 2003 isn't associated with any official certification. Microsoft stopped support for Windows Server 2003 a long time ago, and part of that withdrawal of support was a retirement of certifications that relate to the OS.
Although there are plenty of certifications related to server administration and network management, there's nothing that relates specifically to Windows Server 2003. Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals and Microsoft 365 Certified: Fundamentals will be slightly easier after this course, but you'll have much more to learn.
The essential reason for taking this Windows Server 2003 course is that Server 2003 isn't a completely forgotten technology – it still runs many server rooms. If you hope to be a versatile and capable administrator, preparing ahead of time with an understanding of out-of-date technology will help your career.