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Land that dream job with Essential CompTIA & Microsoft Windows Server Administrator Certification

  1. There’s no clearer path to a stable future as a IT professional than getting a certification. Being able to prove you hold the technical expertise to handle essential hardware, plus system networking and administration duties, opens plenty of doors when you’re looking to step up to a better career.

    CompTIA and Microsoft testing are both industry-leading standards for tech pros, so get your training approved by the elite with this Essential CompTIA & Microsoft Windows Server Administrator Certification Bundle ($65 right now in the TechSpot Store).

    You'll access training to pass five different CompTIA and Microsoft certification exams, including:

    • CompTIA A+ 220-901 & 902
    • CompTIA Network+ N10-006
    • Preparation for Microsoft Exam 70-410: Installing And Configuring Windows Server 2012 R2
    • Preparation for Microsoft Exam 70-411: Administering Windows Server 2012 R2
    • Preparation for Microsoft Exam 70-412: Configuring Advanced Windows Server 2012 R2 Services

    The CompTIA training focuses on the fundamentals of computer technology, hardware and system implementation. These include: how to install and configure operating systems, master networking protocols and hardware, and learn all about media topologies and standards.

    Meanwhile, the Microsoft courses offer full-service training on Windows Server 2012 R2, a server system that delivers global-scale cloud services for businesses. From basic configuration and implementation to more advanced procedures like network load balancing, these courses will have you ready to ace the Microsoft exams - and land an upper-echelon tech job.

    This level of Essential CompTIA & Microsoft Windows Server Administrator Certification training usually runs almost $1,700, so lock in this package at over 90% off while this offer lasts.

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