In today's technologically advanced society, it's unsurprising that employees are bringing more and more personal devices into the workplace, the challenge of enabling them to work on them, whilst keeping corporate services secure and available, is being an increasingly poignant one.
MCSE Desktop Infrastructure allows you to demonstrate that you can deploy and manage desktops and other devices that provide access from anywhere in the world whilst, at the same time, maintaining security and compliance.
An MSCE Desktop Infrastructure course will prepare you for MCSE Desktop Infrastructure certification, which will qualify you for roles such as Desktop and Device Support, and Data and Applications Manager.
Who is the MCSE Desktop Infrastructure course aimed at?
MCSE Desktop Infrastructure is aimed at IT Professionals who want to demonstrate their proficiency in managing an organisation's client estate.
The course is perfect for those who work in a predominantly Windows 8-based environment, especially those who have already obtained an MCSA: Windows 8 credential.
Before you can receive MCSE Desktop Infrastructure certification, you must first earn your MCSA Windows Server 2012.
MCSE Desktop Infrastructure course content
The MCSE Desktop Infrastructure course covers everything you need to know to deploy and manage desktops that provide access form anywhere - whilst also preparing you for the MCSE: Desktop Infrastructure certification exams.
The MCSE Desktop Infrastructure course content includes:
- Assessing and Determining Desktop Deployment Options
- Planning an Image Management Strategy
- Implementing Desktop Security
- Capturing and Managing a Desktop Operating System Image
- Planning and Implementing User State Migration
- Planning and Deploying Desktops Using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit
- Planning and Deploying Desktops by Using System Centre 2012 Configuration Manager
- Designing an Application Distribution Strategy
- Diagnosing and Remediating Application Compatibility
- Deploying Applications by Using Group Policy and Windows Intune
- Deploying Applications Using System Centre Configuration Manager
- Configuring Self-Service Application Deployment
- Designing and Implementing Presentation Virtualisation Infrastructure
- Preparing, Configuring, and Deploying an Application Virtualisation Environment
- Monitoring Application Deployment, Utilisation, and Performance
To obtain MCSE Desktop Infrastructure certification, you must pass two examinations:
- Exam 70 - 415: Implementing a Desktop Infrastructure
- Exam 70 - 416: Implementing Desktop Application Environments
What kind of MCSE Desktop Infrastructure courses are available?
MCSE Desktop Infrastructure courses are designed with the working professional in mind. For this reason, there are a range of learning styles available to fit around your existing commitments and hectic lifestyle.
MCSE Desktop Infrastructure courses include:
- Online learning
- Offline learning
- Distance learning
- Instructor-led learning
- Weekend courses
- Weekday courses
- Short, intensive courses
After completing the MCSE Desktop Infrastructure course
Upon completion of the MCSE Desktop Infrastructure certification, you will be fully qualified for roles such as Desktop and Device Support, and Data and Applications Manager.
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