NDG, in collaboration with CSSIA, has developed the CSSIA Windows 10 Administration Lab Series, which is designed to assist learners in gaining fundamental skills, based on the administration and management of a Windows 10 client.
Please review the content-specific requirements for CSSIA Windows 10 Administation labs.
|1||Create a Disk Partition|
|2||Create and Remove User Accounts|
|3||Customize the Virtual Memory|
|4||Configure Advanced Firewall Rules|
|5||Managing the Device Manager|
|6||Customizing the Task Scheduler|
|7||Connecting Through Remote Desktop|
|8||Utilizing System Restore|
|9||Installing a Virtual Printer|
|10||Share a Virtual Printer|
|11||Using the Startup Folder|
|12||Configure Local User File Sharing|
|13||Configuring Automatic Maintenance|
|14||Customizing the Task Manager|
|15||Resetting the Computer|
|16||Configuring Remote Backup|
|17||Installing Software as a Default Application|
|18||Managing the Local Security Policy Editor|
|19||Managing the Power Options|
|20||Customize Privacy Settings|
The books listed below are recommended resources to accompany the CSSIA Windows 10 Administration labs.
Windows 10 Inside Out, 1st ed. Ed Bott, Carl Siechert, Craig Stinson ISBN-13: 978-0735697966 ISBN-10: 0735697965 Microsoft Press, a division of Microsoft Corporation Windows 10 in Depth, 1st ed. Brian Knittel, Paul McFedries ISBN-13: 978-0789754745 ISBN-10: 0789754746 Pearson Education, Inc.
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