- Course info
- Course resources
In this entry-level Microsoft skills training, James Conrad prepares server administrators to plan, implement, and maintain Server 2003.
Microsoft may have ended support for Server 2003 a while back, but Server 2003 is still humming along on many machines in many server rooms around the world. As a result, there is still a market need for systems administrators that are well versed in Server 2003. Despite the lack of support, you’ll be sure to find use out of this Server 2003 training for years.
For anyone who leads a technology team, this Microsoft training can be selectively curated into individual or team training plans or visited as a legacy Microsoft reference resource.
Windows Server 2003: What You Need to Know
This Windows Server 2003 training has videos that cover topics such as:
- Creating user accounts graphically, and with automation
- Creating and managing group accounts
- Installing and configuring IIS
- Incorporating security permissions and templates
- Designing and implementing Active Directory in single- and multiple-domain
- Implementing different Certificate Authority and certificate enrollment methods
- Securing against wireless vulnerabilities
- Load balancing networks and server clustering
Who Should Take Windows Server 2003 Training?
This All Windows Server 2003 training is considered administrator-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for server administrators. This Server 2003 skills course is valuable for new IT professionals with at least a year of experience with systems infrastructure and experienced server administrators looking to validate their Microsoft skills.
New or aspiring server administrators. If you’re a new server administrator, you might be disheartened to hear that there are still plenty of companies using Windows Server 2003, despite the fact that extended support ended for it in 2015. What this means for you and your career, especially if your company still maintains servers on that platform, is an opportunity to gain increasingly rare mastery in a valuable skills: with this training in all Windows Server 2003 functions, you’ll have a uniquely valuable talent working with the out-dated tech.
Experienced server administrators. When Windows Server 2003 extended support ended in 2015, although many companies moved away from the deprecated service, others did not. For server administrators with several years of experience in the field, that spells a golden opportunity to prove yourself uniquely capable. With this training in all Windows Server 2003, you can establish yourself as one of the vanishingly few experts in Windows Server 2003.