Microsoft Windows has been at the forefront of enterprise computing for several decades. What most office workers see is the desktop side – such as Windows 7, 8 or 10. This course explores what it takes to design and build the server side of Windows in an enterprise environment. This course will explore everything from Windows Server installation to configuring users, to hardening the server operating system itself.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM WINDOWS SERVER MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY
Excellent course, very well explained about the authentication process and it's security
Sooo easy to understand the course was very good lecturer was good
Really good Course, very straight forward, easy to understand and
Thorough review of best security management practices for your Windows server environment. Excellent!
About the Computer Security and Systems Management Specialization
The Computer Security and Systems Management Specialization focuses on computing in an enterprise environment. Combining both theory and real world experience and architecture, the courses will prepare you to design and audit secure enterprise systems. The courses will cover practical use of major server operating systems in an enterprise environment and how to design and operate them securely.
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