Windows Operating System Fundamentals: Managing and Maintaining

Most home and businesses use Microsoft Operating Systems as their primary operating system for both workstations and servers. It is important to know how to secure, manage, maintain, and protect your workstations.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Feb 7, 2014
Duration
8h 41m
Table of contents
Introduction to Networking
Assigning IP Addresses
Local User and Group Management
Storage Devices
Files, Folders, and File Systems
File and Print Sharing Basics
NTFS Permissions
Remote Management and Assistance
Maintaining and Updating
Protecting Windows 7
Understanding Windows Backup
Recovery Methods
Description
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Feb 7, 2014
Duration
8h 41m
Description

More and more computers have become a part of our everyday life. We use them at work, home, and school. Most home and businesses use Microsoft Operating Systems as their primary operating system for both workstations and servers. It is important to have a basic foundation of how to protect, secure, manage, recover, and maintain Windows whether you are new to the IT field or just looking to learn the basics for your home computer. This course is designed to start the foundation with Microsoft Windows desktop operating system by learning solid skills in managing Windows and to build your IT future upon.

About the author
About the author

Ken has over 30 years of IT experience. In his career he has worked as a NetWare Admin, Windows Admin, Senior Support Engineer, Trainer, and Consultant.

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