MCSA WINDOWS SERVER 2016

MCSA 2016 Certification, Course, Training in Mumbai and India

Octa Networks is the renowned institute for MCSA Windows Server 2016 certification course training in Mumbai, IndiaMCSA Windows Server 2016 online training is available along with onsite training. Octa Networks ranked #1 Institute and Learning Center for Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate 2016.

24x7 access to the lab facility is the core ingredient of the Octa Networks’ MCSA Windows Server 2016 course in Mumbai. MCSA is the associate level certification from Microsoft for the students and professionals who are looking for empowering their credentials with a global certificate which will open the doors of infinite possibilities in their careers in the vast field of Microsoft technologies.

This certification enables system engineers well versed in the latest Windows server 2016 skills to reduce IT costs and deliver more business value.

MCSA Windows Server 2016 Certification Training at Octa Networks: KEY FEATURES:

  • Guaranteed training on real-time Devices.
  • Explanation of MCSA Windows Server 2016 Concepts (theoretically & practically)
  • 24*7 Access to MCSA Windows Server 2016Labs for students
  • 60+ hours of training in the classroom with interactive whiteboard and projector.
  • Candidates can attend classes up to 2 times till they get their doubts cleared.
  • Smart classrooms fully equipped with projectors, Wi-Fi connectivity, and Digital Pads.
  • Convenient availability of batches in the early morning to late night.
  • 24×7 access to Trainers / Mentors.

MCSA WINDOWS SERVER 2016 Course Details

Target Audience:

  • Diploma, BA, BCOM, BSC, BE or BCA Graduates
  • Students and professionals in the IT and Technologies sector who wish to validate their knowledge and acquire an internationally recognized professional certification which can improve their job growth prospects.

Prerequisite:

  • Before taking the MCSA course, candidates should be familiar with basic knowledge of networking fundamentals, an understanding of basic AD DS concepts, Understanding of security best practices, basic knowledge of server hardware. Candidate should have experience implementing and managing Windows client operating systems such as Windows 7 or Windows 8.

    Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016

    This exam tests the skills and knowledge required for Installation, storage and compute features and functionality available in Windows Server 2016. It also covers installation tasks and configuration of nano server in addition to the creation and management of images for deployment. It covers local and server storage solutions, including the configuration of disks and volumes, Data Deduplication, High Availability, Disaster Recovery, Storage Spaces Direct, and Failover Clustering solutions. The exam also covers Hyper-V and containers, along with the maintenance and monitoring of servers in physical and compute environments.This exam validates skills necessary for implementing, managing, maintaining and provisioning services and infrastructure in a Windows Server 2016 environment.


  • Install Windows Servers in Host and Compute Environments (10-15%)
  • Implement Storage Solutions (15-20%)
  • Implement Hyper-V (20-25%)
  • Implement Windows Containers (5-10%)
  • Implement High Availability (30-35%)
  • Maintain and Monitor Server Environments (10-15%)
  • Install Windows Servers in Host and Compute Environments (10-15%)

    Install, upgrade, and migrate servers and workloads


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Determine Windows Server 2016 installation requirements; determine appropriate Windows Server 2016 editions per workloads; install Windows Server 2016; install Windows Server 2016 features and roles; install and configure Windows Server Core; manage Windows Server Core installations using Windows PowerShell, command line, and remote management capabilities; implement Windows PowerShell Desired State Configuration (DSC) to install and maintain integrity of installed environments; perform upgrades and migrations of servers and core workloads from Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012 to Windows Server 2016; determine the appropriate activation model for server installation, such as Automatic Virtual Machine Activation (AVMA), Key Management Service (KMS), and Active Directory-based Activation


    Create, manage, and maintain images for deployment


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Plan for Windows Server virtualization; assess virtualization workloads using the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit; determine considerations for deploying workloads into virtualized environments; update images with patches, hotfixes, last cumulative updates and drivers; install roles and features in offline images; manage and maintain Windows Server Core, and VHDs using Windows PowerShell

    Implement Storage Solutions (15-20%)

    Configure disks and volumes


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure sector sizes appropriate for various workloads; configure GUID partition table (GPT) disks; create VHD and VHDX files using Disk Management or Windows PowerShell; mount virtual hard disks; determine when to use NTFS and ReFS file systems; configure NFS and SMB shares using Server Manager; configure SMB share and session settings using Windows PowerShell; configure SMB server and SMB client configuration settings using Windows PowerShell; configure file and folder permissions


    Implement server storage


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure storage pools; implement simple, mirror, and parity storage layout options for disks or enclosures; expand storage pools; configure Tiered Storage; configure iSCSI target and initiator; configure iSNS; configure Datacenter Bridging (DCB); configure Multi-Path IO (MPIO); determine usage scenarios for Storage Replica; implement Storage Replica for server-to-server, cluster-to-cluster, and stretch cluster scenarios


    Implement data deduplication


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Implement and configure deduplication; determine appropriate usage scenarios for deduplication; monitor deduplication; implement a backup and restore solution with deduplication

    Implement Hyper-V (20-25%)

    Install and configure Hyper-V


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Determine hardware and compatibility requirements for installing Hyper-V; install Hyper-V; install management tools; upgrade from existing versions of Hyper-V; delegate virtual machine management; perform remote management of Hyper-V hosts; Using Windows PowerShell Direct; implement nested virtualization


    Configure virtual machine (VM) settings


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Add or remove memory in a running VM; configure dynamic memory; configure Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA) support; configure smart paging; configure Resource Metering; manage Integration Services; create and configure Generation 1 and 2 VMs and determine appropriate usage scenarios; implement enhanced session mode; create Linux and FreeBSD VMs; install and configure Linux Integration Services (LIS); install and configure FreeBSD Integration Services (BIS); implement Secure Boot for Windows and Linux environments; move and convert VMs from previous versions of Hyper-V to Windows Server 2016 Hyper-V; export and import VMs; implement Discrete Device Assignment (DDA), Troubleshoot VM configuration versions


    Configure Hyper-V storage


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Create VHDs and VHDX files using Hyper-V Manager; create shared VHDX files; configure differencing disks; modify virtual hard disks; configure pass-through disks; resize a virtual hard disk; manage checkpoints; implement production checkpoints; implement a virtual Fibre Channel adapter; configure storage Quality of Service (QoS)


    Configure Hyper-V networking


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Add and remove virtual network interface cards (vNICs); configure Hyper-V virtual switches; optimize network performance; configure MAC addresses; configure network isolation; configure synthetic and legacy virtual network adapters; configure NIC teaming in VMs; configure virtual machine queue (VMQ); enable Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) on network adapters bound to a Hyper-V virtual switch using Switch Embedded Teaming (SET); configure Bandwidth Management

    Implement Windows Containers (5-10%)

    Deploy Windows containers


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Determine installation requirements and appropriate scenarios for Windows Containers; install and configure Windows Server container host in physical or virtualized environments; install and configure Windows Server container host to Windows Server Core in a physical or virtualized environment; install Docker Enterprise Edition on Windows Server; configure Docker start-up options; install a base container image; tag an image; remove a container; create Windows Server containers; create Hyper-V containers


    Manage Windows containers


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Manage Windows containers by using Docker CLI; manage container networking; manage container data volumes; manage Resource Control; create new container images using Dockerfile; manage container images using DockerHub repository for public and private scenarios; manage container images using Microsoft Azure

    Implement High Availability (30-35%)

    Implement high availability and disaster recovery options in Hyper-V

    This objective may include but is not limited to: Implement Hyper-V Replica; implement Live Migration including Shared Nothing Live Migration; configure CredSSP or Kerberos authentication protocol for Live Migration; implement storage migration


    Implement failover clustering


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Implement Workgroup, Single, and Multi Domain clusters; configure quorum; configure cluster networking; restore single node or cluster configuration; configure cluster storage; implement Cluster-Aware Updating; implement Cluster Operating System Rolling Upgrade; configure and optimize cluster shared volumes (CSVs); configure clusters without network names; implement Scale-Out File Server (SoFS); determine different scenarios for the use of SoFS vs. File Server for general use; determine usage scenarios for implementing guest clustering; implement a Clustered Storage Spaces solution using Shared SAS storage enclosures; implement Storage Replica; implement Cloud Witness; implement VM resiliency; implement shared VHDX as a storage solution for guest clusters


    Implement Storage Spaces Direct


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Determine scenario requirements for implementing Storage Spaces Direct; enable Storage Spaces Direct using Windows PowerShell; implement a disaggregated Storage Spaces Direct scenario; implement a hyper-converged Storage Spaces Direct scenario


    Manage failover clustering


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure role-specific settings, including continuously available shares; configure VM monitoring; configure failover and preference settings; implement stretch and site-aware failover clusters; enable and configure node fairness


    Manage VM movement in clustered nodes


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Perform a live migration; perform a quick migration; perform a storage migration; import, export, and copy VMs; configure VM network health protection; configure drain on shutdown


    Implement Network Load Balancing (NLB)


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Install NLB nodes; configure NLB prerequisites; configure affinity; configure port rules; configure cluster operation mode; upgrade an NLB cluster

    Maintain and Monitor Server Environments (10-15%)

    Maintain server installations


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Implement Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) solutions; configure WSUS groups; manage patch management in mixed environments; implement an antimalware solution with Windows Defender; integrate Windows Defender with WSUS and Windows Update; perform backup and restore operations using Windows Server Backup; determine backup strategies for different Windows Server roles and workloads, including Hyper-V Host, Hyper-V Guests, Active Directory, File Servers, and Web Servers using Windows Server 2016 native tools and solutions


    Monitor server installations


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Monitor workloads using Performance Monitor, Server Manager, Event Viewer; configure Data Collector Sets; determine appropriate CPU, memory, disk, and networking counters for storage and compute workloads; configure alerts; monitor workloads using Resource Monitor, manage and monitor Windows Server by using Windows Admin Center

    Networking with Windows Server 2016

    This exam tests the skills and knowledge required for administering networking features and functionality available for Windows Server 2016. It covers DNS, DHCP,and IPAM implementations, in addition to remote access solutions, such as VPN and Direct Access. It also covers DFS and BranchCache solutions, high performance network features and functionality, and implementation of software-defined networking (SDN) solutions, such as Hyper-V Network Virtualization (HNV) and Network Controller.


  • Implement Domain Name System (DNS) (15-20%)
  • Implement DHCP and IPAM (25-30%)
  • Implement Network Connectivity and Remote Access Solutions (20-25%)
  • Implement Core and Distributed Network Solutions (15-20%)
  • Implement an Advanced Network Infrastructure (15-20%)
  • Implement Domain Name System (DNS) (15-20%)

    Install and configure DNS servers


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Determine DNS installation requirements; install DNS; configure forwarders; configure Root Hints; configure delegation; implement DNS policies; Configure DNS Server settings using Windows PowerShell; configure Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC); configure DNS Socket Pool; configure cache locking; enable Response Rate Limiting; configure DNS-based Authentication of Named Entities (DANE); configure DNS logging; configure delegated administration; configure recursion settings; implement DNS performance tuning; configure global settings


    Create and configure DNS zones and records


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Create primary zones; configure Active Directory primary zones; create and configure secondary zones; create and configure stub zones; configure a GlobalNames zone; analyze zone-level statistics; create and configure DNS Resource Records (RR), including A, AAAA, PTR, SOA, NS, SRV, CNAME, and MX records; configure zone scavenging; configure record options, including Time To Live (TTL) and weight; configure round robin; configure secure dynamic updates; configure unknown record support; use DNS audit events and analytical (query) events for auditing and troubleshooting; configure Zone Scopes; configure records in Zone Scopes; configure policies for zones


    Implement DHCP and IPAM (25-30%)

    nstall and configure DHCP


    his objective may include but is not limited to: Install and configure DHCP servers; authorize a DHCP server; create and configure scopes; create and configure superscopes and multicast scopes; configure a DHCP reservation; configure DHCP options; configure DNS options from within DHCP; configure policies; configure client and server for PXE boot; configure DHCP Relay Agent; implement IPv6 addressing using DHCPv6; perform export and import of a DHCP server; perform DHCP server migration


    anage and maintain DHCP


    his objective may include but is not limited to: Configure a lease period; back up and restore the DHCP database; configure high availability using DHCP failover; configure DHCP name protection; troubleshoot DHCP


    mplement and Maintain IP Address Management (IPAM)


    his objective may include but is not limited to: 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 existing workloads to IPAM; configure IPAM database storage using SQL Server; determine scenarios for using IPAM with System Center Virtual Machine Manager for physical and virtual IP address space management, Manage DHCP server properties using IPAM; configure DHCP scopes and options; configure DHCP policies and failover; manage DNS server properties using IPAM; manage DNS zones and records; manage DNS and DHCP servers in multiple Active Directory forests; delegate administration for DNS and DHCP using role-based access control (RBAC); Audit the changes performed on the DNS and DHCP servers; audit the IPAM address usage trail; audit DHCP lease events and user logon events

    Implement Network Connectivity and Remote Access Solutions (20-25%)

    Implement network connectivity solutions

    This objective may include but is not limited to: Implement Network Address Translation (NAT); configure routing

    Implement virtual private network (VPN) and DirectAccess solutions


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Implement remote access and site-to-site (S2S) VPN solutions using remote access gateway; configure different VPN protocol options; configure authentication options; configure VPN reconnect; create and configure connection profiles; determine when to use remote access VPN and site-to-site VPN and configure appropriate protocols; install and configure DirectAccess; implement server requirements; implement client configuration; troubleshoot DirectAccess


    Implement Network Policy Server (NPS)


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure a RADIUS server including RADIUS proxy; configure RADIUS clients; configure NPS templates; configure RADIUS accounting; configure certificates; configure Connection Request Policies; configure network policies for VPN and wireless and wired clients; import and export NPS policies

    Implement Core and Distributed Network Solutions (15-20%)

    Implement IPv4 and IPv6 addressing


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure IPv4 addresses and options; determine and configure appropriate IPv6 addresses; configure IPv4 or IPv6 subnetting; implement IPv6 stateless addressing; configure interoperability between IPv4 and IPv6 by using ISATAP, 6to4, and Teredo scenarios; configure Border Gateway Protocol (BGP); configure IPv4 and IPv6 routing


    Implement Distributed File System (DFS) and Branch Office solutions


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Install and configure DFS namespaces; configure DFS replication targets; configure replication scheduling; configure Remote Differential Compression (RDC) settings; configure staging; configure fault tolerance; clone a Distributed File System Replication (DFSR) database; recover DFSR databases; optimize DFS Replication; install and configure BranchCache; implement distributed and hosted cache modes; implement BranchCache for web, file, and application servers;; troubleshoot BranchCache

    Implement an Advanced Network Infrastructure (15-20%)

    Implement high performance network solutions


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Implement NIC Teaming or the Switch Embedded Teaming (SET) solution and identify when to use each; enable and configure Receive Side Scaling (RSS); enable and configure network Quality of Service (QoS) with Data Center Bridging (DCB); enable and configure SMB Direct on Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) enabled network adapters; configure SMB Multichannel; enable and configure virtual Receive Side Scaling (vRSS) on a Virtual Machine Queue (VMQ) capable network adapter; enable and configure Virtual Machine Multi-Queue (VMMQ); enable and configure Single-Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) on a supported network adapter


    Determine scenarios and requirements for implementing Software Defined Networking (SDN)


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Determine deployment scenarios and network requirements for deploying SDN; determine requirements and scenarios for implementing Hyper-V Network Virtualization (HNV) using Network Virtualization Generic Route Encapsulation (NVGRE) encapsulation or Virtual Extensible LAN (VXLAN) encapsulation; determine scenarios for implementation of Software Load Balancer (SLB) for North-South and East-West load balancing; determine implementation scenarios for various types of Windows Server Gateways, including L3, GRE, and S2S, and their use; determine requirements and scenarios for Datacenter firewall policies and network security groups

    Identity with Windows Server 2016

    This exam tests the skills and knowledge required toadministeridentity functionality in Windows Server 2016. It covers the installation and configuration of Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), in addition to Group Policy implementation for non-Nano Server environments. It also covers functionality such as Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS), Active Directory Federations Services (AD FS), and Web Application proxy implementations.


  • Install and Configure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) (20-25%)

  • Manage and Maintain AD DS (15-20%)

  • Create and Manage Group Policy (25-30%)

  • Implement Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) (10-15%)

  • Implement Identity Federation and Access Solutions (15-20%)


    Install and Configure Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) (20-25%)

    Install and configure domain controllers


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Install a new forest; add or remove a domain controller from a domain; upgrade a domain controller; install AD DS on a Server Core installation; install a domain controller from Install from Media (IFM); resolve DNS SRV record registration issues; configure a global catalog server; transfer and seize operations master roles; install and configure a read-only domain controller (RODC); configure domain controller cloning


    Create and manage Active Directory users and computers


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Automate the creation of Active Directory accounts; create, copy, configure, and delete users and computers; configure templates; perform bulk Active Directory operations; configure user rights; implement offline domain join; manage inactive and disabled accounts; automate unlocking of disabled accounts; automate password resets


    Create and manage Active Directory groups and organizational units (OUs)


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure group nesting; convert groups, including security, distribution, universal, domain local, and global; manage group membership using Group Policy; enumerate group membership; automate group membership management using Windows PowerShell; delegate the creation and management of Active Directory groups and OUs; manage default Active Directory containers; create, copy, configure, and delete groups and OUs.

    Manage and Maintain AD DS (15-20%)

    Configure service authentication and account policies


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Create and configure Service Accounts; create and configure Group Managed Service Accounts (gMSAs); configure Kerberos Constrained Delegation (KCD); manage Service Principal Names (SPNs); configure virtual accounts; configure domain and local user password policy settings; configure and apply Password Settings Objects (PSOs); delegate password settings management; configure account lockout policy settings; configure Kerberos policy settings within Group Policy, configure Authentication Policies and Authentication Policy Silos


    Maintain Active Directory


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Back up Active Directory and SYSVOL; manage Active Directory offline; perform offline defragmentation of an Active Directory database; clean up metadata; configure Active Directory snapshots; perform object- and container-level recovery; perform Active Directory restore; configure and restore objects by using the Active Directory Recycle Bin; configure replication to Read-Only Domain Controllers (RODCs); configure Password Replication Policy (PRP) for RODC; monitor and manage replication; upgrade SYSVOL replication to Distributed File System Replication (DFSR)


    Configure Active Directory in a complex enterprise environment


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure a multi-domain and multi-forest Active Directory infrastructure; deploy Windows Server 2016 domain controllers within a preexisting Active Directory environment; upgrade existing domains and forests; configure domain and forest functional levels; configure multiple user principal name (UPN) suffixes; configure external, forest, shortcut, and realm trusts; configure trust authentication; configure SID filtering; configure name suffix routing; configure sites and subnets; create and configure site links; manage site coverage; manage registration of SRV records; move domain controllers between sites


    Create and Manage Group Policy (25-30%)

    Create and manage Group Policy Objects (GPOs)


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure a central store; manage starter GPOs; configure GPO links; configure multiple local Group Policies; back up, import, copy, and restore GPOs; create and configure a migration table; reset default GPOs; delegate Group Policy management; detect health issues using the Group Policy Infrastructure Status page


    Configure Group Policy processing


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure processing order and precedence; configure blocking of inheritance; configure enforced policies; configure security filtering and Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) filtering; configure loopback processing; configure and manage slow-link processing and Group Policy caching; configure client-side extension (CSE) behavior; force a Group Policy update


    Configure Group Policy settings


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure software installation; configure folder redirection; configure scripts; configure administrative templates; import security templates; import a custom administrative template file; configure filtering for administrative template


    Configure Group Policy preferences


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Configure printer preferences; define network drive mappings; configure power options; configure custom registry settings; configure Control Panel settings; configure Internet Explorer settings; configure file and folder deployment; configure shortcut deployment; configure item-level targeting


    Implement Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS) (10-15%)

    Install and configure AD CS


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Install Active Directory Integrated Enterprise Certificate Authority (CA); install offline root and subordinate CAs; install standalone CAs; configure Certificate Revocation List (CRL) distribution points; install and configure Online Responder; implement administrative role separation; configure CA backup and recovery


    Manage certificates


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Manage certificate templates; implement and manage certificate deployment, validation, and revocation; manage certificate renewal; manage certificate enrolment and renewal for computers and users using Group Policies; configure and manage key archival and recovery


    Implement Identity Federation and Access Solutions (15-20%)

    Install and configure Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS)


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Upgrade and migrate previous AD FS workloads to Windows Server 2016; implement claims-based authentication, including Relying Party Trusts; configure authentication policies; configure multi-factor authentication; implement and configure device registration; integrate AD FS with Microsoft Passport; configure for use with Microsoft Azure and Office 365; configure AD FS to enable authentication of users stored in LDAP directories


    Implement Web Application Proxy (WAP)


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Install and configure WAP; implement WAP in pass-through mode; implement WAP as AD FS proxy; integrate WAP with AD FS; configure AD FS requirements; publish web apps via WAP; publish Remote Desktop Gateway applications; configure HTTP to HTTPS redirects; configure internal and external Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDNs)

    Install and configure Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS)


    This objective may include but is not limited to: Install a licensor certificate AD RMS server; manage AD RMS Service Connection Point (SCP); manage AD RMS templates; configure Exclusion Policies; back up and restore AD RMS

Candidates need to undertake below exam

Exam Name Exam Code Registration
Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016  70-740 Pearson VUE
Networking with Windows Server 2016 70-741 Pearson VUE
Identity with Windows Server 2016 70-742 Pearson VUE

Upon completion of this course

 
  1. Your skills will be validated with globally recognized certification which will unlock job opportunities.
  2. The certification clearly defines a career map right from beginner to expert. 
  3. Improves prospects of getting hired
  4. After clearing MCSA, one more additional exam can get you MCSE certified

Candidates will have Employment Opportunities with the following Job Title:

  • System Administrators
  • Network Engineers
  • Network Administrators
  • Networking specialists
  • Network support specialists
  • Network Consultant
  • System Engineers

Training Plan

Training Schedule
  Weekdays (Mon-Fri) Weekend (Sat-Sun)
Duration 6 weeks 9 Weeks
Hours 3 Hours / day 4 Hours / day
Fees Ask For Quote Ask For Quote
Training Mode Online/Onsite Online/Onsite

Group Discount
In a Group of 2 discount will be 10% per head
In a Group of 3 discount will be 15% per head
In a Group of 4 discount will be 20% per head

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Frequently Asked Question

Octa Networksis providing MCSA Windows Server 2016 bootcamps, Online and classroom/instructor led trainings are scheduled. Octa Networks provides MCSA Windows Server 2016 training in Mumbai which is administered by certified trainers.

Microsoft certified Solutions Associate is a entry level certification designed to test and validate the knowledge and technical skills of IT professionals.

MCSA certifications do not expire or require recertification. MCSA holders can see all their certificates listed on their official Microsoft Certified Professional Transcript classified as ‘Active’ and ‘Legacy’. Certifications will remain in ‘Active’ status until Microsoft retires the exam. Microsoft retires the exam when the product or services associated with the exam is declared End Of Life. Such retired exams are listed under ‘Legacy’ certifications, they are not treated as expired.

You have to pass one of the three Certification examinations for getting MCSA certificate.

The prime objective of the MCSA training is to develop skilled professionals who can install and configure Windows server 2016, Administer Windows Server 2016 along with all the functionalities and services. The respect and demand of MCSA Windows Server 2016 certified professionals are matchless around the globe. The average salary ranges from 3,00,000 – 4,00,000 INR.

 

MCSA certificate examination contains 40-60 questions. The number of questions on an MCSA exam may vary as Microsoft updates it over time to time to keep it aligned with current changes in the technology and job role.

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