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Course Duration: 60 hours

70-410: Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2

Training Description:

Trainees are expected to understand and handle installation and configuration of Microsoft Server 2012 Network Infrastructure. This training also prepares the trainees planning to take up the Microsoft Exam 70-410.

Training Requirements:

1. Intermediate Computer networking knowledge.
2. Must be familiar with Windows 8 operating system.

TOPICS COVERED:

Chapter 1:  Install Windows Server 2012 R2
 
Features and Advantages of Windows Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2
Planning the Windows Server 2012 R2 Installation
     •   Server Roles in Windows Server 2012 R2
     •   Migrating Roles and Features to Windows Server 2012 R2
     •   Roles and Features That Have Been Reduced in Windows Server 2012 R2
     •   Deciding Which Windows Server 2012 R2 Versions to Use
     •   Deciding on the Type of Installation
     •   NIC Teaming
     •   Installing Windows Server 2012 R2
     •   Using Windows Deployment Services
Understanding Features On Demand
Storage in Windows Server 2012 R2
     •   Initializing Disks
     •   Configuring Basic and Dynamic Disks
     •   Managing Volumes
     •   Storage Spaces in Windows Server 2012 R2
     •   Redundant Array
of Independent Disks
     •   Mount Points
     •   Microsoft MPIO
     •   iSCSI
     •   Internet Storage Name Service
     •   Fibre Channel
     •   Network Attached Storage
     •   Virtual Disk Service

Chapter 2: Configure Network Services

Introducing DNS
     •   The Form of an IP Address
     •   Understanding Servers, Clients, and Resolvers
     •   Understanding the DNS Process
Introducing DNS Database Zones
     •   Understanding Primary Zones
     •   Understanding Secondary Zones
     •   Understanding Active Directory Integrated DNS
     •   Understanding Stub Zones
     •   Global Name Zones
     •   Zone Transfers and Replication
Advantages of DNS in Windows Server 2012 R2
     •   Background Zone Loading
     •   Support for IPv6 Addresses
     •   Support for Read-Only Domain Controllers
     •   DNS Socket Pools
     •   DNS Cache Locking
     •   DNS Security Extensions
     •   DNS Devolution
     •   Zone Level Statistics
     •   Record Weighting
     •   Netmask Ordering
     •   DnsUpdateProxy Group
     •   Windows PowerShell Support
Introducing DNS Record Types
     •   Start of Authority Records
     •   Name Server Records
     •   Host Record
     •   Alias Record
     •   Pointer Record
     •   Mail Exchanger Record
     •   Service (SRV) Record
Configuring DNS
     •   Installing DNS
     •   Load Balancing with Round Robin
     •   Configuring a Caching-Only Server
     •   Setting Zone Properties
     •   Configuring Zones for Dynamic Updates
     •   Delegating Zones for DNS
     •   DNS Forwarding
     •   Manually Creating DNS Records
     •   DNS Aging and Scavenging
Monitoring and Troubleshooting DNS
     •   Monitoring DNS with the DNS Snap-In
     •   Troubleshooting DNS
Overview of DHCP
     •   Introducing the DORA Process
     •   Advantages and Disadvantages of DHCP
     •   Ipconfig Lease Options
     •   Understanding Scope Details
Installing and Authorizing DHCP
     •   Installing DHCP
     •   Introducing the DHCP Snap-In
     •   Authorizing DHCP for Active Directory
Creating and Managing DHCP Scopes
     •   Creating a New Scope in IPv4
     •   Creating a New Scope in IPv6
     •   Changing Scope Properties (IPv4 and IPv6)
     •   Changing Server Properties
     •   Managing Reservations and Exclusions
     •   Setting Scope Options for IPv4
     •   Activating and Deactivating Scopes
     •   Creating a Superscope for IPv4
     •   Creating IPv4 Multicast Scopes
     •   Integrating Dynamic DNS and IPv4 DHCP
     •   Using Multiple DHCP Servers
     •   Working with the DHCP Database Files

Chapter 3: Plan and Install Active Directory

Verifying the File system
     •   Resilient File System (ReFS)
     •   NTFS
Verifying Network Connectivity
Basic Connectivity Tests
     •   Tools and Techniques for Testing Network Configuration
Understanding Domain and Forest Functionality
     •   About the Domain Functional Level
     •   About Forest Functionality
Planning the Domain Structure
Installing Active Directory
     •   Adprep
     •   Active Directory Prerequisites
     •   The Installation Process
     •   Deploying Active Directory IaaS in Windows Azure
Verifying Active Directory Installation
     • Using Event Viewer
     • Using Active Directory Administrative Tools
     • Testing from Clients
Creating and Configuring Application Data Partitions
     •   Creating Application Data Partitions
     •   Managing Replicas
     •   Removing Replicas
     •   Using ntdsutil to Manage Application Data Partitions
Configuring DNS Integration with Active Directory

Chapter 4: Configure Windows Server 2012 R2

Understanding File Servers
Configuring File Servers
     •   Sharing Folders
     •   Making Active Directory Objects Available to Users
     •   Access-Based Enumeration
     •   Configuring Offline Files
     •   Volume Shadow Copy Services
     •   Configuring Permissions
Configuring Disk Quotas
Configuring Print Services
     •   Creating and Publishing Printers
     •   Configuring Printers
     •   Migrating Print Servers
     •   Printer Pooling
     •   Easy Print Driver
Configuring Remote Management
     •   Windows Remote Management
     •   Windows PowerShell
     •   Configuring Down-Level Servers
     •   Configuring Server Core

Chapter 5: Administer Active Directory

An Overview of OUs
     •   The Purpose of OUs
     •   Benefits of OUs
Planning the OU Structure
     •   Logical Grouping of Resources
     •   Understanding OU Inheritance
     •   Delegating Administrative Control
     •   Applying Group Policies
Creating OUs
Managing OUs
     •   Moving, Deleting, and Renaming OUs
     •   Administering Properties of OUs
     •   Delegating Control of OUs
Troubleshooting OUs
Creating and Managing Active Directory Objects
     •   Overview of Active Directory Objects
     •   Managing Object Properties
     •   Understanding Groups
     •   Filtering and Advanced Active Directory Features
     •   Moving, Renaming, and Deleting Active Directory Objects
     • Resetting an Existing Computer Account
Publishing Active Directory Objects
     •   Making Active Directory Objects Available to Users
     •   Publishing Printers
     •   Publishing Shared Folders
     •   Querying Active Directory
     •   Using the Active Directory Administrative Center
Using the Command Prompt for Active Directory Configuration

Chapter 6: Manage GPOs

Introducing Group Policy
     •   Understanding Group Policy Settings
     •   The Security Settings Section of the GPO
     •   Group Policy Objects
     •   Group Policy Inheritance
Planning a Group Policy Strategy
Implementing Group Policy
     •   Creating GPOs
     •   Linking Existing GPOs to Active Directory
Managing Group Policy
Managing GPOs
     •   Security Filtering of a Group Policy
     •   Delegating Administrative Control of GPOs
     •   Controlling Inheritance and Filtering Group Policy
     •   Assigning Script Policies
     •   Understanding the Loopback Policy
     •   Managing Network Configuration
     •   Automatically Enrolling User and Computer Certificates in Group Policy
     •   Redirecting Folders
     •   Managing GPOs with Windows PowerShell Group Policy Cmdlets
Deploying Software Through a GPO
     •   The Software Management Life Cycle
     •   The Windows Installer
     •   Deploying Applications
Implementing Software Deployment
     •   Preparing for Software Deployment
     •   Software Restriction Policies
     •   Using AppLocker
     •   Group Policy Slow Link Detection
     •   Publishing and Assigning Applications
     •   Applying Software Updates
     •   Verifying Software Installation
     •   Configuring Automatic Updates in Group Policy
Configuring Software Deployment Settings
     •   The Software Installation Properties Dialog Box
     •   Removing Programs
     •   Microsoft Windows Installer Settings
Troubleshooting Group Policies
     •   RSoP in Logging Mode
     •   RSoP in Planning Mode
     •   Using the gpresult.exe Command

Chapter 7: Manage Security

Managing Security
     •   Understanding Security Principals
     •   Managing Security and Permissions
     •   Using ACLs and ACEs
     •   Configuring User Account Control
     •   Delegating Control of Users and Groups
     •   Understanding Dynamic Access Control
     •   Using Group Policy for Security
Implementing an Audit Policy
     •   Overview of Auditing
     •   Implementing Auditing
     •   Using the Auditpol.exe Command
     •   Features of Windows Server 2012 R2 Auditing
Configuring Windows Firewall Options

Chapter 8: Configure TCP/IP

Understanding TCP/IP
     •   Details of the TCP/IP Model
     •   How TCP/IP Layers Communicate
     •   Understanding Port Numbers
Understanding IP Addressing
     •   The Hierarchical IP Addressing Scheme
     •   Understanding Network Classes
Subnetting a Network
     •   Implementing Subnetting
     •   An Easier Way to Apply Subnetting
     •   Applying Subnetting the Traditional Way
     •   Working with Classless Inter-Domain Routing
     •   Supernetting
Understanding IPv6
     •   IPv6 History and Need
     •   New and Improved IPv6 Concepts
     •   IPv6 Addressing Concepts
     •   IPv6 Integration/Migration

Chapter 9: Use Virtualization in Windows Server 2012

Hyper-V Overview

70-411: Administering Windows Server 2012 R2

Training Description:

Trainees are expected to understand and administer Windows Server 2012 roles and services. This training also prepares the trainees planning to take up the Microsoft Exam 70-411.

Training Requirements:

Windows Server 2012 r2 70-410 training or certification.

TOPICS COVERED: 

Chapter 1: Manage and Maintain Servers

Using Windows Deployment Services
Configuring Windows Server Update Services
     •    Windows Update
     •    Windows Automatic Updates
     •    Using Windows Server Update Services
Overview of Windows Server 2012 R2
     •    Performance Monitoring
Using Windows Server 2012 R2 Performance Tools
     •    Introducing Performance Monitor
     •    Using Other Performance-Monitoring Tools

Chapter 2: Manage File Services

Configuring File Server Resource Manager
     •    FSRM Features
     •    Installing the FSRM Role Service
Configure File and Disk Encryption
     •    Using BitLocker Drive Encryption
     •    Features of BitLocker
     •    Windows 7 and 2008 R2 vs. Windows 8 and 2012 R2
     •    Using EFS Drive Encryption
Configuring Distributed File System
     •    Advantages of DFS
     •    Types of DFS
     •    What’s New in Windows Server 2012 R2
     •    Remote Differential Compression
Implementing an Audit Policy
     •    Overview of Auditing
     •    Implementing Auditing
     •    Viewing Auditing Information
     •    Using the Auditpol.exe Command
     •    Windows Server 2012 R2 Auditing Features
Making Active Directory Objects Available to Users
     •    Configuring Offline Folders
 
Chapter 3: Configure DNS

Introducing DNS
     •    The Form of an IP Address
     •    Understanding Servers, Clients, and Resolvers
     •    Understanding the DNS Process
Introducing DNS Database Zones
     •    Understanding Primary Zones
     •    Understanding Secondary Zones
     •    Understanding Active Directory Integrated DNS
     •    Understanding Stub Zones
     •    GlobalName Zones
     •    Zone Transfers and Replication
Advantages of DNS in Windows Server 2012 R2
     •    Background Zone Loading
     •    Support for IPv6 Addresses
     •    Support for Read-Only Domain Controllers
     •    DNS Socket Pools
     •    DNS Cache Locking
     •    DNS Security Extensions
     •    DNS Devolution
     •    Record Weighting
     •    Netmask Ordering
     •    DnsUpdateProxy Group
Introducing DNS Record Types
     •    Start of Authority (SOA) Records
     •    Name Server Records
     •    Host Record
     •    Alias Record
     •    Pointer Record
     •    Mail Exchanger Record
     •    Service Record
Configuring DNS
     •    Installing DNS
     •    Load Balancing with Round Robin
     •    Configuring a Caching-Only Server
     •    Setting Zone Properties
     •    Configuring Zones for Dynamic Updates
     •    Delegating Zones for DNS
     •    DNS Forwarding
     •    Manually Creating DNS Records
     •    DNS Aging and Scavenging
Monitoring and Troubleshooting DNS
     •    Monitoring DNS with the DNS Snap-In
     •    Troubleshooting DNS
     •    Integrating Dynamic DNS and IPv4 DHCP

Chapter 4 Configure Routing and Remote Access
 
Overview of Dial-Up Networking
     •    What DUN Does
     •    How DUN Works
Overview of Virtual Private Networks
     •    What VPNs Do
     •    VPNs and Windows Server 2012 R2
     •    How VPNs Work
Configuring Your Remote Access Server
     •    Configuring PPP Options
Understanding a VPN
     •    How VPN Works
     •    Enabling RRAS as a VPN
Configuring a VPN
     •    Configuring VPN Ports
     •    Troubleshooting VPNs
Managing Your Remote Access Server
     •    Managing Remote Users with a RADIUS Server
     •    Monitoring Overall Activity
     •    Controlling Remote Access Logging
     •    Reviewing the Remote Access Event Log
     •    Monitoring Ports and Port Activity
     •    Network Address Translation
Configuring a VPN Client
     •    The General Tab
     •    The Options Tab
     •    The Security Tab
     •    The Networking Tab
     •    The Sharing Tab
Configuring a Web Application Proxy
     •    Publishing Applications
     •    Configuring Pass-Through Authentication
Understanding DirectAccess
     •    DirectAccess vs. VPNs
     •    Understanding the DirectAccess Process
     •    Knowing the DirectAccess Infrastructure Requirements
 
Chapter 5: Configure a Network Policy Server Infrastructure
 
Overview of Wireless Access
     •    Configuring Wireless Access
Remote Access Security
     •    User Authentication
     •    Connection Security
     •    Access Control
Configuring User Access
     •    Setting Up User Profiles
     •    Using Network Access Policies
     •    NPS as a RADIUS Proxy Server
     •    Importing and Exporting NPS Policies
     •    Using Remote Access Profiles
     •    Setting Up a VPN Network Access Policy
Configuring Security
     •    Controlling Server Security
     •    Configuring Network Access Protection

Chapter 6 Configure and Manage Active Directory
 
Active Directory Security Overview
     •    Understanding Active Directory Features
     •    Understanding Security Principals
     •    Managing Security and Permissions
     •    Using ACLs and ACEs
Implementing Active Directory Security
     •    Using User Templates
     •    Delegating Control of Users and Groups 
     •    Understanding Dynamic Access Control
Using Group Policy for Security
     •    Fine-Grained Password Policies
Managing Multiple Domains
     •    Managing Single-Master Operations
     •    Forest Operations Masters
     •    Domain Operations Masters
     •    Assigning Single-Master Roles
     •    Seizing Roles
Maintain Active Directory
     •    Overview of the Windows Server 2012 R2 Backup Utility
     •    Setting Up an Active Directory Backup
     •    Restoring Active Directory
     •    Active Directory Recycle Bin
     •    Restartable Active Directory
     •    Offline Maintenance
     •    Monitoring Replication
     •    Using the ADSI Editor
     •    Wbadmin Command Line Utility

Chapter 7 Configure and Manage Group Policy
 
Introducing Group Policy Objects
     •    Understanding Group Policy Settings
     •    The Security Settings Section of the GPO
     •    Group Policy Objects
     •    Group Policy Inheritance
Planning a Group Policy Strategy
     •    Implementing Group Policy
Creating GPOs
     •    Linking Existing GPOs to Active Directory
     •    Forcing a GPO to Update
Managing Group Policy
     •    Managing GPOs
     •    Security Filtering of a Group Policy
     •    Delegating Administrative Control of GPOs
     •    Controlling Inheritance and Filtering Group Policy
     •    Assigning Script Policies
     •    Understanding the Loopback Policy
     •    Managing Network Configuration
     •    Automatically Enrolling User and Computer Certificates in Group Policy
     •    Redirecting Folders
     •    Managing GPOs with Windows PowerShell Group Policy Cmdlets
     •    Item-Level Targeting
     •    Backup, Restore, Import, Copy, and Migration Tables
Deploying Software Through a GPO
     •    The Software Management Life Cycle
     •    The Windows Installer
     •    Deploying Applications
Implementing Software Deployment
     •    Preparing for Software Deployment
     •    Software Restriction Policies
     •    Using AppLocker
     •    Group Policy Slow Link Detection
     •    Publishing and Assigning Applications
     •    Applying Software Updates
     •    Verifying Software Installation 
     •  
Configuring Automatic Updates in Group Policy
Configuring Software Deployment Settings
     •    The Software Installation Properties Dialog Box
     •    Removing Programs
     •    Microsoft Windows Installer Settings
Troubleshooting Group Policies
     •    RSoP in Logging Mode
     •    RSoP in Planning Mode
     •    Using the gpresult.exe Command


70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 Services

Training Description:

Trainees are expected to understand and configure advanced Windows Server 2012 Services. This training also prepares the trainees planning to take up the Microsoft Exam 70-412.

Training Requirement:
Windows Server 2012 r2 70-411 training or certification.

TOPICS COVERED:

Chapter 1 Configure and Manage High Availability

Components of High Availability
     •    Achieving High Availability
Configure Network Load Balancing
     •    Install NLB Nodes
     •    Upgrading an NLB Cluster
Achieving High Availability with Failover Clustering
     •    Failover Clustering Requirements
     •    Cluster Quorum
     •    Validating a Cluster Configuration
     •    Creating a Cluster
     •    Clustered Application Settings
     •    Resource Properties

Chapter 2: Configure File and Storage Solutions

Configure Advanced File Services
     •    Configure the NFS Data Store
     •    Configure BranchCache
     •    Configure File Classification Infrastructure Using File Server Resource Manager
     •    Configure File Access Auditing
Implement Dynamic Access Control
     •    Configure User and Device Claim Types
     •    Create and Configure Resource Properties and Lists
     •    Create and Configure Central Access Rules and Policies
     •    Configure File Classification
     •    Implement Policy Changes and Staging
     •    Perform Access-Denied Remediation
Configure and Optimize Storage
     •    Configure iSCSI Target and Initiator
     •    Configure Internet Storage Name Server
     •    Implement Thin Provisioning and Trim
     •    Manage Server Free Space Using Features on Demand
     •    Configure Tiered Storage

Chapter 3: Implement Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery  
 
Protecting the System
Backup and Recovery of Active Directory
     •    Overview of the Windows Server 2012 R2 Backup Utility
     •    Setting Up an Active Directory Backup
     •    Restoring Active Directory
     •    Active Directory Recycle Bin
     •    Restartable Active Directory
     •    Offline Maintenance
     •    Monitoring Replication
     •    Using the ADSI Editor
     •    Wbadmin Command-Line Utility
     •    Configure Windows Azure Backups
Understanding Shadow Copies
     •    VssAdmin Command
Using Advanced Boot Options
     •    Starting in Safe Mode
     •    Enabling Boot Logging Using Other Advanced Boot Options Menu Modes
     •    Windows Recovery Environment
Configure Site-Level Fault Tolerance
     •    Using the Startup Repair Tool

Chapter 4: Configure Advanced Network Services

Working with Advanced DHCP Configuration Options
     •    Create and Configure Superscopes
     •    Create and Configure Multicast Scopes
     •    Implement DHCPv6
     •    Configure High Availability for DHCP Including DHCP Failover and Split Scopes
     •    Configure DHCP Name Protection
     •    Configure DNS Registration
The Ins and Outs of DNS
     •    DNS Security
     •    Configure DNS Logging
     •    Configure Delegated Administration
     •    Configure Recursion
     •    Configure Netmask Ordering
     •    Configure a GlobalNames Zone
     •    Analyze Zone-Level Statistics
IPAM Administration 101
     •    Provision IPAM Manually or by Using Group Policy
     •    Configure Server Discovery
     •    Create and Manage IP Blocks and Ranges
     •    Monitor Utilization of IP Address Space
     •    Migrate to IPAM
     •    Delegate IPAM Administration
     •    Manage IPAM Collections
     •    Configure IPAM Database Storage

Chapter 5: Configure the Active Directory Infrastructure

Overview of Network Planning
     •    The Three Types of Networks
     •    Exploring Network Constraints
Overview of Active Directory
     •    Replication and Sites
     •    Replicating Active Directory
     •    Understanding Active Directory Site Concepts
     •    Understanding Distributed File System Replication
Implementing Sites and Subnets
     •    Creating Sites
     •    Creating Subnets
     •    Configuring Sites
Configuring Replication
     •    Intrasite Replication
     •    Intersite Replication
     •    RODCs and Replication
     •    Configuring Server Topology
     •    Using Universal Group Membership Caching
Monitoring and Troubleshooting Active Directory
     •    Replication
     •    About System Monitor
     •    Troubleshooting Replication
Creating Domain Trees and Forests
     •    Planning Trees and Forests
     •    The Promotion Process
     •    Creating a Domain Tree
     •    Joining a New Domain Tree to a Forest
     •    Adding Additional Domain Controllers
Demoting a Domain Controller
Managing Multiple Domains
     •    Managing Single-Master Operations
     •    Forest Operations Masters
     •    Domain Operations Masters
     •    Assigning Single-Master Roles
     •    Managing Trusts
     •    Managing UPN Suffixes
     •    Name Suffix Routing
     •    Managing Global Catalog Servers
     •    Managing Universal Group Membership Caching
     •    Upgrading Existing Domains and Forests

Chapter 6: Configure Access and Information Protection Solutions

Windows Server 2012 R2 with Active Directory Certificate Services
     •    Active Directory Certificate Services Roles
     •    Planning the Certificate Authority Hierarchy
     •    Installing AD CS
     •    Configuring Active Directory Certificate Services
Implement Active Directory Federation Services
     •    What Is a Claim?
     •    What’s New for AD FS in Windows Server 2012 R2?
     •    Active Directory Federation Services Installation
Workplace Join
     •    Device Registration Service
     •    Workplace Join Your Device
Active Directory Rights Management Services
     •    Considerations and Requirements for AD RMS
     •    Installing AD RMS
     •    Managing AD RMS: AD RMS Service Connection Point


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Hi,

Do you have schedules on Aug or Sept 2016? how can I reserve a slot?

Ben
@ roon

The course fee with 3 exams for MCSA 2012 Server Bootcamp training cost 46,500 pesos in cash. 60 hours duration of the course, good for 10 meetings. Trainees should have basic networking skills like IP addressing and cabling before taking up the course.
@ Winston Tapiz

The course fee with 3 exam is 46,500 pesos in cash.
Hi,

Can you give me the price of MCSA- Window Server 2012 Boot Camp.

Please include certification exam.

Thanks,

Winston
can this course be taken by someone with no experience but have taken CISCO 1 only in college? and is this like training then exam? or is it separate? Thanks. Please do E-mail details. and if applicable for a fresh graduate to take.
@ kelvin

Fee for MCSA 2012 Server Bootcamp training is 33000 pesos in cash. Yes more on hands ang training and pwede makisit in kung may susunod na class.
Hi please pa send po ng details magkano po ang fee 70-410,70-411,70-412 MCSA are package na po ba sa price or may mga discount price pa po? i prepared sana saturday schedule 3pm onwards month of august or sept. at kung hands on training po ba? at may free sit-in na po ba before taking the exam para sa flash review lang.
@ allanfelix

Here are the schedules.

Espana, Manila

M to F 10-4pm / 07-18-2016 to 07-29-2016
Sun 3-9pm / 07-03-2016 to 09-04-2016

Buendia, Makati

M to F 10-4pm / 07-18-2016 to 07-29-2016
Sat 3-9pm / 07-02-2016 to 09-03-2016
when will be the schedule for the boot camp for mcsa.thanks!
@ Jaime Sto Domingo Jr

You can enroll on the website through this link http://www.cnctc.edu.ph/enrollment_form.php
The course fee for MCSA Windows Server 2012 Bootcamp is P33,000 cash. Thank you.
@ uhlax pacilan

Good day, we will post soon the schedules for the month of September 2016. Please keep posted. Thank you.
GoodDay! How can I enrol to this course? please email me the amount and schedule. Thanks!
good day can i have a slot of september 5th 2016 for mcsa training here is my contact for the available of this month please text here 09297492448
@ king

The fee for MCSA training with 3 exams cost 45,000 pesos in cash. Without exam cost 33,000 pesos in cash. We provide review materials and hand-outs. Training duration is 60 hours good for 10 days. Both MCSA and RHCSA are for System Administration, so choose depending on what was required by the company. If you have time and budget better take the two training.
details of payment does include exam?

do you give free review and hand-outs

then schedule of the training how long does it takes

another quest please advice me or us if what is the better training to take RHSA or MCSA

thanks in advance
@ reymond

Yes, sure po yan. Ang training namin is in preparation for MSCA exam at real world application. Nasa students pa rin ung effort na magaral and magreview para maipasa ang exam.
good day po. do you guarantee sir na worth it ang 33k?. i mean for sure na papasa ka? salamat po.
@ Christopher Salcedo

Hindi po kasama ang exam fee. Ung 33000 po for the training palang po yan.
Included na po ba exam sa 33k?
@ Christopher Salcedo

The fee is 33000 pesos in cash.
How much is this course? "MSCA - Windows Server 2012 Bootcamp"
@ harold pasedo

The fee is 33000 pesos in cash.
How much will be the training fee for MCSA Windows Server 2012 R2
@ Troy Garcia

Unfortunately, we do not have training for MCSE at this time but we will try to open soon. Check on this link on how to become MCSE certified https://www.microsoft.com/en-ph/learning/mcse-server-infrastructure-certification.aspx
Hello,

Can you send me the details of this? How if I am already a MCSA but want to go to MCSE. Do you have that training?
@ alvin

10 meetings po kung weekend once a week training.
@ Earl

We have every Saturday and Sunday schedule. Fee is 33,000 pesos in cash. We are located at Espana, Manila and Buendia, Makati.
Ilang meetings kung weekend lang ang klase?
Hi,

May I know if you have week end schedules, location and the rate?

Cheers!
Earl
@ Randy

Ang ratio po is 1:1 para sa gagamitin na machines sa training.
How many machines are given to every student for hands-on?
@ Jenalyn Sivila

Yes, exam fee is 80USD or 4300 in peso each.
Do you administer certification exam only? How much.

Thank you.
@ Jeff Carranza

The course fee is P33,000 cash. We will post soon the open slots. Thank you.
How much it cost? And the schedule for 2016?
@ Oliver

Fee is 33000 pesos in cash. We have every Saturday, from 3pm to 9pm on March 05 to May 14, 2016 and every Sunday from 3pm to 9pm on March 13 to May 22, 2016.
When will be your 2016 schedule for MCSA Windows Server 2012 Boot Camp and how much does it cost?

Thanks
any update kung kailan schedule ng bootcamp?kindly include the training fee also...
TY!!
Any Saturday or Sunday schedules starting this month or next month? And what cost?

Thank you!
@ Gundam

So far wala pa pong schedule and fee kung magkano. Ipopost po namin soon sa website. Keep posted po.
Magkano po ang bootcamp ng Windows Server 2012 ksama narin po ang exam? Ano po mga schedules?
Cost of the Course ?
@ Mark John

Possibly we will open schedule this November. Keep posted.
Hi, Good Morning.
Just want to ask for updates for this bootcamp.
Thanks
@ Kate Flores

Hi, Good day. Please just keep posted, we will open it soon. Thank you.
Hello good day!
Just want to ask when will there be a schedule for this bootcamp? Thanks!
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