Troubleshooting a server is an art and a science, and this course teaches both. Troubleshooting is more nuanced than turning it off and on again, and more challenging than following a checklist of steps. This course teaches you the right way to think about troubleshooting and you'll practice the best ways to do it.
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Server Administrator Training: Troubleshooting FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Students who are thinking about a career in IT should take this course, as should anyone who finds themselves in a position where they need to figure out problems with network equipment and get them working again. Even experienced server administrators and network administrators who want to do better diagnostics and remediation should take this course.
This course is designed to help learners prepare for CompTIA certification exams, but the material on the course isn't specifically aligned with any exam. Plenty of jobs and certifications require an understanding of the right mindset and approach to professional troubleshooting, and this course can supplement learning plans designed for all of them.
The certifications to consider after taking this server troubleshooting course are from CompTIA. For people early in their career, the IT Fundamentals+ is designed to help you find out if the IT career field is a good fit. The A+ is a broad, entry-level IT cert and Server+ is a specialization cert in server administration.
You should take this course in troubleshooting servers because too many people who work inside and outside of IT seem to think that troubleshooting is a mindless exercise. Learn and practice skills in diagnosing and resolving problems that come up in networking, server security, operating systems, and hardware – you'll be a much more valuable IT employee.