MCITP Virtual Learning is Microsoft’s new generation of computer networking based on Microsoft’s new operating systems, Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7. In a clearer sense, MCITP is a new and updated alternative to the MCSE.
Considering that Windows Server 2003 was only supported until July 13, 2010, and also considering that Iranian organizations, organizations, and companies are gradually moving to Win Server 2008 or are planning to upgrade from Server 2003 to Server 2008, the network labor market has also moved to MCITP 2008.
MCITP Virtual Training Course Topics:
Summary of this course:
In 32-bit operating systems, the processor removes 32-bit data from 32-bit RAM. This means that it comes to RAM once for every 32 bits. This means unnecessarily engaging the processor. The result is a slowdown in the processor, while in 64-bit operating systems the processor removes 64-bit data from RAM. This means that he goes to Rome once to retrieve the data. And this speeds up the processor. The second advantage that makes the 64-bit operating system superior to the 32-bit operating system is that the 64-bit operating system is capable of supporting up to 128 GB of RAM and even higher. But the 32-bit operating system no longer supports up to 4 GB of RAM.
When using a 64-bit operating system, we must pay attention to the fact that our hardware has the ability to support a 64-bit operating system. Otherwise, we will miss out on the benefits of the 64-bit operating system. (64-bit drivers)
Due to the importance of speed, 64-bit hardware and operating systems are used in server computers.
Prerequisites for MCITP training course:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and is taught from the ground up.