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Windows Network Engineer

Learn to set up and maintain Microsoft Windows computer networks within an organization or between organizations. Support software developers, users, customers and suppliers of the network. Monitor the performance of the network and troubleshoot problems. Today, 200 million people use Microsoft Windows. Microsoft owns 80% of the operating system market. Job growth for network engineering and administration is expected to grow 4% in the next ten years.

  • Configure, operate, and monitor networks for Windows systems.
  • Consult with infrastructure teams on bandwidth and throughput.
  • Monitor Windows network security and vulnerability.
  • Troubleshoot and resolve network problems.
  • Advise software developers on network specifications.
  • Install and upgrade network components.
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8 month At 6 hrs/week
264 Lessons
201 Hours

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Windows Network Engineer

Learn to design and configure Windows computer networks. Troubleshoot problems with Windows hardware and software. Establish security protocols to protect network and system integrity. Work with the Windows operating system and Windows servers.

Using communication theory, define network capacity and recommend hardware and services to support network usage. Recognize and neutralize security threats and attacks. Support branch offices as well as the central organization.

Your Learning Track (264 videos 201 hours)

  • CompTIA A+ Certification
    77 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 01 of 13: Fundamentals
      8 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 02 of 13: Best Practices
      4 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 03 of 13: PC Components
      10 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 04 of 13: Windows and Environments
      6 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 05 of 13: Networking Technologies
      6 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 06 of 13: SOHO, Mobile, and Printers
      8 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 07 of 13: Security
      4 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 08 of 13: Troubleshooting
      6 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 09 of 13: PC Hardware
      8 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 10 of 13: Computer Networking
      5 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 11 of 13: Working with Mobile Devices
      6 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 12 of 13: Working with Operating Systems
      3 videos
    • CompTIA A+ Cert, Part 13 of 13: Network and PC Security
      3 videos
  • CompTIA NET+ Certification
    92 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 01 of 17: Theory and Communications
      6 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 02 of 17: Media and Hardware
      6 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 03 of 17: Implementations and Models
      4 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 04 of 17: TCP/IP Addressing and Data
      6 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 05 of 17: TCP/IP Services
      5 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 06 of 17: LAN and WAN Infrastructure
      8 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 07 of 17: Remote Networking
      3 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 08 of 17: System Security
      3 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 09 of 17: Network Security
      3 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 10 of 17: Security Threats and Attacks
      3 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 11 of 17: Network Management
      3 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 12 of 17: Network Troubleshooting
      4 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 13 of 17: Network Architecture
      7 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 14 of 17: Network Operations
      8 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 15 of 17: Network Security
      8 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 16 of 17: Troubleshooting
      9 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert, Part 17 of 17: Industry Standards and Theory
      6 videos
  • CompTIA Net+ Cert 007 Update
    31 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert 007 Update, Part 1 of 5: Network Concepts
      7 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert 007 Update, Part 2 of 5: Infrastructure
      6 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert 007 Update, Part 3 of 5: Network Operations
      6 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert 007 Update, Part 4 of 5: Network Security
      7 videos
    • CompTIA NET+ Cert 007 Update, Part 5 of 5: Network Troubleshooting
      5 videos
  • Microsoft Networking with Windows Server 2016
    36 videos
    • Microsoft Networking with Windows Server 2016, Part 1 of 9: IP Addressing
      3 videos
    • Microsoft Networking with Windows Server 2016, Part 2 of 9: IPv4 Hosts
      4 videos
    • Microsoft Networking with Windows Server 2016, Part 3 of 9: DHCP
      4 videos
    • Microsoft Networking with Windows Server 2016, Part 4 of 9: DNS
      3 videos
    • Microsoft Networking with Windows Server 2016, Part 5 of 9: Active Directory
      4 videos
    • Microsoft Networking with Windows Server 2016, Part 6 of 9: IP Address Management
      4 videos
    • Microsoft Networking with Windows Server 2016, Part 7 of 9: Remote Access
      5 videos
    • Microsoft Networking with Windows Server 2016, Part 8 of 9: Branch Office Network
      5 videos
    • Microsoft Networking with Windows Server 2016, Part 9 of 9: Network Features
      4 videos
  • Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016
    28 videos
    • Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016, Part 1 of 5: Installation
      5 videos
    • Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016, Part 2 of 5: Storage Solutions
      7 videos
    • Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016, Part 3 of 5: Hyper-V and Containers
      6 videos
    • Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016, Part 4 of 5: High Availability
      8 videos
    • Installation, Storage, and Compute with Windows Server 2016, Part 5 of 5: Server Monitoring
      2 videos
Windows Network Engineer

Services for Success

  • Mentor support
  • Real-world projects from industry experts
  • Project feedback from working professionals
  • Interview preparation
  • Resume services

Pathway to Your Dream Job

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Modern courses and learning activities in state-of-the-art technologies prepare you for your new career. An extensive video library forms the heart of the training process, supported by an automated Learning Assistant and a personal Career Advisor to help you achieve certifications and core competencies.

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An internship provides hands-on, real-world practice using your newly gained skills on projects defined by industry experts, adding practical experience to your resume. Labs, periodic Master Classes, and access to an Online Professional Community allow you to solidify your technical expertise.

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Take advantage of job acquisition services, such as Resume Creator and Online Reputation Builder to boost your search for your dream job. An Interview Coach prepares you for that crucial interaction with targeted employers, giving you a head start over the competition.

Pinpoint Forecast for a Windows Network Engineer

Winning in the Job Market

Windows Network Engineers design, configure and support networks for Windows servers and computers. They define remote access protocols to enable users to use the Windows network securely while they focus on monitoring and maintaining high availability of network resources. Network administrators rank #8 among the best technology jobs. Today, over 270,000 Windows Network Engineers are employed. By 2029, that number will rise to 281,000 jobs.

Who’s Hiring Right Now

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$87,000
$119,000
$161,000

Average Windows Network Engineer salary

In the United States of October 2020

  • Junior — $87,000
  • Middle — $119,000
  • Senior — $161,000

Arriving at Journey’s End

Learn

As a Windows Network Engineer, you will learn to install and upgrade Microsoft Windows on computers and servers and configure network options. You will focus on system and network security and how to handle threats and breaches. You will gain skills in Windows network architecture, operations, and troubleshooting and the implementation of Windows Active Directory and Hyper-V.

Average Time

On average, successful students take eight months to complete this program.

Benefits Include

  • Built-in Learning Assistant keeps you on track and on target
  • Real-world projects from industry experts put you in the fast lane
  • Technical mentors accelerate your progress
  • Personal career coach and services help you cross the finish line

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  • Learn new, high-paying job skills from home at your own pace
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