Server+ Certification: Training Guide

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Que Publishing, 2002 - Computers - 606 pages
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If you're a candidate for Server+ certification, which measures essential competencies in advanced PC hardware issues such as RAID, SCSI, multiple CPUs, SANs, and much more, the Training Guide has what you need to pass. We have partnered with Elton Jernigan, a Subject Matter Expert (SME) of the initial Focus Group for development of the Server+ exam. He brings you an excellent resource that not only will help you pass the exam, but will also prove to be a handy, concise reference for managers and technicians who must select and implement hardware for network servers. You will benefit from Elton's insight as a 27-year veteran of the IT industry, including his experience as Director of Technology for the College of Business at Florida State University and as a senior computer trainer for the Beacon Institute for Learning.

We make the most of your Server+ Certification study time by providing:

  • Content that is organized according to each job dimension and exam objective
  • Exam objectives that are clearly detailed and explained
  • Study strategies to optimize your learning
  • Exam tips that provide specific exam-related advice
  • Step-by-step instructions that walk you through a task and help you learn faster
  • Additional content sections with in-depth reference material
  • Chapter summaries that review key concepts
  • Key terms you'll need to understand
  • Resource URLs that list web sites you can access for additional information on topics in each chapter
  • Exercises that provide concrete experiences to reinforce learning
  • Review questions and answers to assess your comprehension
  • Sample exam questions that include answers and detailed explanations
 

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Contents

Final Review
2
Exam Preparation
13
Inrel Ptocessors
41
Memory
52
Disk Suhsysrems
58
Network Sysrems
68
Backup Hatdwate
82
Redundant Componenrs
90
Upgrading the BIOSFitmwate
265
Establishing Remore Notification
313
and Ctitical Evenrs
416
Identifying and Cortecting Misconfigurations andor Upgrades
431
Restoting Your Server
480
Final Review
497
Appendixes
547
Appendixes
549

Disasrer Recovery
103
Creating an Installation Plan
118
Installing Hatdwate
161
Installing the Network Operating Sysrem
207
Installing Network Operating Sysrem Updares
220
Adding Ptocessors
248
Adding Hatd Drives
255
Whats on the CDROM
563
Using ExamGeat Training Guide Edition
569
Obraining Updares
572
Checking the Weh Sire
581
Contacting New Riders Publishing
582
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About the author (2002)

Elton Jernigan is currently the Director of Technology for the College of Business at The Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. He also has been an adjunct instructor for the Information and Management Sciences Department of the College of Business where he has taught telecommunications to senior Management Information Systems students. He has over twenty-six years of experience in the computer field. Twelve of those years were dealing with networks and servers. Jernigan is also a senior trainer with the Beacon Institute for Learning. He has taught Microsoft MCSE courses at the Beacon Institute for Learning sites at Florida State University (in both Tallahassee and Jacksonville), Florida Gulf Coast University, Villanova University, and the University of Richmond. He holds numerous technical certifications including MCSE, MCSE+I, MCSD, MCDBA, MCT, Novell Master CNE, Certified Network Expert (CNX) in both LAN Cabling and Ethernet, CCNA, Compaq Accredited System Engineer for NetWare and Windows NT, ICCP Certified Computing Professional in Systems Development, A+, Network+, I-Net+, IBM Certified AIX System Administrator, Chauncy Group Certified Technical Trainer, and Oracle Master DBA.

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