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MCSA Windows 7

Want to stand out from the crowd by specialising in Windows 7 desktop and application deployments? Then the MCSA Windows 7 Enterprise Desktop Support Technician certification is for you


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Certification: MCSA Windows 7 Enterprise Desktop Support Technician

Study time: Full time – 18 days | Part time – three to four months

Vendor: Microsoft

Provider: Skillsoft

Student support: StudentCare™ and expert mentors

Prerequisites: None

Assessment: Exam based – MCSA 70-680 + 70-685

Resources: Internet access and email

Ideal for: Desktop support technicians or IT managers

Included in your modules

Planning for deployment
Determining application compatibility
Creating a standard image to deploy
Deploying Windows 7 using WDS and USMT
Deploying Windows 7 using lite touch installation
Deploying Windows 7 using zero touch installation
Designing Windows 7 client configuration
Troubleshooting Windows 7 client configuration
Designing application and update deployments
Identifying and resolving application issues 
Management and maintenance of client systems
Troubleshooting logon and resource access issues
Resolving network connectivity issues
Troubleshooting IE8 and encryption issues
Protecting Windows 7 against malware and vulnerabilities

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Salary Projection

Average salary after completing

Average Salary
Desktop Support Technician
Average Salary
You can earn
Average Salary
Head of Information Technology
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You can earn an average of £48,550.00 a year

IT employment is expected to increase by 12% in coming years, creating 488,500 available roles

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Globally recognised

The certification is a validation of your ability, and proves to employers that you are capable of setting the strategic direction for client computers and operating systems, and that you'll be able to manage the client lifecycle

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Learn key skills in managing desktop environments for medium to large organisations in this highly demanded field of expertise

Great earnings

The average wage for this position is £30,000+ per year for entry level candidates; this rises with experience

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