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98-365 Windows Server Administration Fundamentals

Exam Title : Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) - Windows Server Administration Fundamentals
Exam ID : 98-365
Exam Duration : 45 mins
Questions in exam : 40-60
Passing Score : 700 / 1000
Official Training : 40365A
Exam Center : Pearson VUE
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Topic Details Understanding server installation (10–15%) Understand device drivers - Installation, removal, disabling, update/upgrade, rollback, troubleshooting, Plug & Play, IRQ, interrupts, driver signing, managing through Group Policy Understand services - Which statuses a service can be in, startup types, recovery options, delayed startup, Run As settings for a service, stopping or pausing a service, service accounts, dependencies Understand server installation options - Choose the correct operating system version options; Server core vs. Desktop Experience, Nano Server installation, interactive installs; automated install using WDS; VHD/VHDX installation source, perform unattended installs; perform upgrades, clean installs, and migrations Understanding server roles (25–30%) Identify application servers - Mail servers, database servers, collaboration servers, monitoring servers, threat management Understand Web services - IIS, WWW, and FTP, installing from Server Manager, separate worker processes, adding components, sites, ports, SSL, certificates Understand remote access - Remote assistance, remote administration tools, Remote Desktop Services, multipoint services, licensing, RD Gateway, VPN, application virtualization, multiple ports Understand the file and print services - Local printers, network printers, printer pools, web printing, web management, driver deployment, file, folder, and share permissions vs. rights, auditing, print job management Understand server virtualization - Virtual memory, virtual networks, snapshots and saved states, physical to virtual conversions, virtual to physical conversions, VHD and VHDX formats, nested virtualization Understanding Active Directory (20–25%) Understand accounts and groups - Domain accounts, local accounts, user profiles, computer accounts, group types, default groups, group scopes, group nesting, understand AGDLP and AGUDLP processes to help implement nesting Understand organizational units and containers - Purpose of OUs, purpose of containers, delegation, default containers, uses for different container objects, default hidden and visible containers Understand Active Directory infrastructure - Domain controllers. forests, child domains, operation master roles, domain vs. workgroup, trust relationships, functional levels, deprecated functional levels, namespace, sites, replication, schema, Passport Understand group policy - Group policy processing, Group Policy Management Console, computer policies, user policies, local policies Understanding storage (10–15%) Identify storage technologies and their typical usage scenarios - Advantages and disadvantages of different storage topologies, local storage, network storage, Fibre Channel, iSCSI hardware Understand RAID redundancy - RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 10 and combinations, hardware and software RAID Understand disk types - Solid State Drive (SSD) and Hard Disk Drive (HDD) types and comparisons, ATA basic disk, dynamic disk, mount points, file systems, mounting a virtual hard disk, distributed file systems Understanding server performance management (10–15%) Identify major server hardware components - Memory, disk, processor, network, 32-bit and 64-bit architecture, removable drives, graphic cards, cooling, power usage, ports Understand performance monitoring - Methodology, procedures, effect of network, CPU, memory and disk, creating a baseline, Performance Monitor, Resource Monitor, Task Manager, performance counters, Data Collector Sets Understand logs and alerts, Event Viewer - Purpose of performance logs and alerts Understanding server maintenance (15–20%) Identify steps in the startup process - BIOS, UEFI, TPM, bootsector, bootloader, MBR, boot.ini, POST, Safe Mode Understand business continuity - Backup and restore, disaster recovery planning, clustering, AD restore, folder redirection, data redundancy, uniterruptible power supply (UPS) Understand updates - Software, driver, operating systems, applications, Windows Update, Windows Server Update Service (WSUS) Understand troubleshooting methodology - Processes, procedures, best practices; systematic vs. specific approach, Performance Monitor, Event Viewer, Resource Monitor, Information Technology Infrastructure Library, central logging, event filtering, default logs
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Final exam Schedule 2022-2023

Final exam Management

  • No final exams shall be held on Fridays during Spring terms due to conflicts with Commencement.
  • Consult the course syllabus for the final exam date and time or one day courses not listed above, all summer courses, courses with special session dates, and courses without room assignments.
  • Final exams for one day courses, not listed above, will follow the final exam schedule unless the course syllabus states otherwise.
  • Classes that start within the day(s) and start hours listed above, but before the next class start time group will hold their final exam on the relevant exam date and time.
    • For example, a class start time on MWF or MW, 7:00 a.m. through 7:59 a.m. will hold their final exam on the relevant Monday exam date, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.; the MWF class start time from 9:00 a.m. through 9:59 a.m. will hold their final exam on the relevant Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., and so on.
  • All Saturday only afternoon classes will follow the 12:00 p.m. final exam schedule.
  • Classes meeting four or five days a week will follow the MWF schedule.
  • Examination hours for classes involving lecture and laboratories or quiz sections are determined by the hours scheduled for the lecture.
  • Final exams, including major section exams offered in lieu of a final exam, may not be scheduled during the last week of classes.
    • However, quizzes, lab exams, and other academic assignments may be scheduled for the last week of classes, provided they are specified on the course syllabus.
  • No unscheduled (i.e. not included in the course syllabus) or additional requirements may be imposed on students during the last week of classes.
    • Any exceptions that necessitate giving a final prior to final exam week must be stated on the course syllabus and shall require prior approval of the dean.

Contact the Office of Space Management at (916) 278-6507 or concerning final exam schedules and requests for room reservations for final exams. If a faculty conflict with a regular exam date and time occurs, the department office shall contact Space Management to schedule a room according to the conflict exam date and time listed in the Exceptions section above.

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Killexams : Get Started Teaching Online

Get Started Teaching Online

The following process and requirements must be met before teaching your first online course at Western Illinois University.


  1. Register and complete the  Best Practices in Teaching Online (BPTO) course before the start date of the course you are assigned to teach. (Special circumstances may allow for completing the course concurrently with the online course you are teaching, but this is not recommended).
  2. Develop an Online Course Syllabus that adheres to WIU's Course Syllabus Policy and ensure that it meets the required accessibility guidelines. To get started, Download CITR's Accessible Syllabus Template (.docx) and view CITR's Syllabus Template guidelines for more details.
  3. Develop at least 80% of the online course content before submitting your course for approval, which must be completed and approved no later than one week before your course start date. We recommend that you copy the Online Course Template before you begin to develop your course. Contact CITR to request assistance).
  4. Download the Online Course Approval Checklist and complete the Online Course Approval Process.
  5. As per article 32.1-g of the faculty contract, all full time faculty shall maintain a schedule of at least four office hours per calendar week spread over at least three days. Additionally, faculty should also provide an opportunity for online students to contact them during this time as well. Please keep your remote students in mind and provide them with a method of contacting you during your office hours (i.e. office phone, email, Google Meet, etc.)

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  • Best Practices in Teaching Online Course (BPTO)

    In this course, you will explore both the opportunities and the challenges of teaching online. You will experience online learning as both a student and an educator, building empathy for both roles. You will consider what is unique about learning online, as well as learning principles that stand consistent no matter what the delivery system. This online course is instructor‐facilitated and includes weekly discussions, individual and small group activities. Throughout the course, participants will construct a trial online course syllabus that considers course goals and objectives suitable for an online course, an online communications strategy, and the selection of student learning activities and assessments. Learn more about BPTO and Register

  • Online Course Requirement Checklist

    The Western Illinois University Online Course Requirement Checklist is the assessment instrument for approving the instructional and technical design of online courses at WIU. All requirements included on this checklist must be satisfied for your online course approval. If there is an element missing or not meeting the requirement an Instructional Designer will assist you in meeting the approval requirements. download and familiarize yourself with the Online Course Requirement Checklist and rely upon it while developing your course to ensure that you are meeting all requirements. If you have questions contact CITR for assistance.

  • Online Course Template

    The Online Course Template is a template built in Western Online that contains the structure for an online course with many items required by the checklist already in place. You can customize and add your own content into provided sections. Contact CITR to have the template copied into your Western Online course shell. See Instructions for Customizing the Online Course Template (Google Doc) to learn how easy it is to build your course with the assistance of the template.

  • Online Syllabus Template

    The Online Course Syllabus Template is an accessible template built in Microsoft Word that contains all of the required sections for an online course syllabus. Visit our Online Syllabus Template web page for additional information and resources.

  • Proctoring Exams Online

    Online students should be able to complete their courses entirely online (unless noted before course registration) through WIU’s Learning Management System (Western Online), this includes most quizzes and examinations (Some high-stakes exams may still require live proctoring and that should be stated at the time students register for their online courses). Additionally, students participating in face-to-face or alternative learning formats may need the ability to take online examinations to complete course requirements.

    Currently, there are multiple options for administering and proctoring fully online examinations through Western Online. Get all of the necessary information by visiting our Creating Online Exams page.
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  • Office Hours for Online Courses

    As per article 32.1-g of the faculty contract, all full time faculty shall maintain a schedule of at least four office hours per calendar week spread over at least three days. Additionally, faculty should also provide an opportunity for online students to contact them during this time as well. Please keep your remote students in mind and provide them with a method of contacting you during your office hours (i.e. office phone, email, Google Meet, etc.)

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Killexams : Respondus Monitor Faculty Information The course syllabus for each course making use of Respondus Monitor must provide the following notice:

"This course may require the use of Respondus LockDown Browser and a webcam for online exams. A description of the services and the terms of use will be presented to students within LockDown Browser upon launch of the software. Students agree that they may be recorded by the software during the exam session, and that the course instructors or other appropriate individuals at Baylor University may have access to and may review such recording. Students further understand that if the results of a review support an allegation of academic dishonesty, the course work in question as well as any supporting materials may be submitted to the Honor Council for investigation and further action. If an inappropriate event unrelated to the test is accidentally recorded, students may request that the video be deleted by contacting the ITS Help Desk."

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Killexams : Testing information for faculty

Thank you for using the University Testing Center.  Please read over this information carefully and contact us with any questions.


The Testing Center is located in the William J. Raggio Building, room 1003.  Our testing room has 37 computer workstations and 10 pencil-and-paper desks.  Our operating hours are set semester-by-semester based on anticipated demand for our services and staffing availability.  Please refer to our hours of operations page for updated hours and planned closures.

We provide the following services:

  • Full-class computer testing. These are regularly scheduled exams that every student in your class is expected to take during a predetermined exam window (7 days minimum).
  • Make-up exams. If a student has missed a scheduled exam and you have granted them an excused absence per UAM 3,020, they can make-up the exam at the Testing Center.

We are unable to provide the following services:

  • Creating, writing, interpreting or scoring exams
  • Evaluate or approve requests for disability accommodations
  • Collecting students' homework
  • Proctoring exams in classrooms on campus or over Zoom


We use RegisterBlast to run the center, collect exam requests from faculty, and schedule appointments.  If you wish to use the Testing Center, you will need a RegisterBlast account.  Please email to request access and we will issue you account credentials.

Once your RegisterBlast account is set up, you can access your instructor dashboard, submit exam requests, and view the status of your students’ appointments.


If you have any questions about any of the information in this faculty guide, please contact the University Testing Center Coordinator, Anthony Garofalo, at or (775) 682-9940.

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Killexams : Microsoft broke its own hiring record, adding 40,000 employees over the year

Over the past year, Microsoft added 40,000 additional people to its roster which represents a 22% year over year increase and a total of 221,000 employees for the company as of June 30, 2022.

According to the company's Form 10K SEC filing, Microsoft's Seattle base consists of 122,000 while another 99,000 worldwide. Microsoft breaks down the sectors in which it employees' people in the following statement:

As of June 30, 2022, we employed approximately 221,000 people on a full-time basis, 122,000 in the U.S. and 99,000 internationally. Of the total employed people, 85,000 were in operations, including manufacturing, distribution, product support, and consulting services; 73,000 were in product research and development; 47,000 were in sales and marketing; and 16,000 were in general and administration. Certain employees are subject to collective bargaining agreements.

Two things should be noted about Microsoft topping its annual employee record this June, one, up to 8,000 employees are being tallied as acquisitional hirings from completed deals with Nuance and Xander where they provided around 6,500 and 1,500 employees respectfully.

The other thing to note about Microsoft's record hiring run is that the filing accounts for the month before the company typically announces its summer downsizing infinitives.

Earlier in July, Microsoft announced cuts to some positions within the company that amounted to 2,000 fewer employees in addition to enacting a temporary hiring freeze for many open positions.

As the world braces for a predicted recession, Microsoft's CFO Amy Hood assured investors that the company will be measuring its employment status over the course of the new fiscal year, as it looks to focus on "key growth areas."

As Geekwire notes, Microsoft's current breakdown is disproportionally focused on operations rather than research and development.

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Killexams : Center for Innovation in Teaching and Research
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Best Practices in Teaching Online (BPTO)

Online learning is a form of distance education where students are physically separated by time and/or location and are connected through the Internet. Teaching and learning online opens the door to more freedom and convenience for students, more diversity in student membership, and access to a world of online resources. Teaching and learning online also poses many challenges.

About BPTO

The goal of the Best Practices in Teaching Online course is to be able to apply best practices in teaching online to your own course or subject area resulting in (1) an online course syllabus that meets or exceeds WIU Online Course Standards and (2) a trial online instructional module.

In this course, you will explore both the opportunities and the challenges of teaching online. You will experience online learning as both a student and an educator, building empathy for both roles. You will consider what is unique about learning online, as well as learning principles that stand consistent no matter what the delivery system.

This 6-week online course is facilitated by our Instructional Design and Technology specialists and includes weekly discussions, individual and small group activities. Throughout the course, participants will construct a trial online course syllabus that considers course goals and objectives suitable for an online course, an online communications strategy, and the selection of student learning activities and assessments.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course you will be able to: 

  • Compare and contrast online instruction with classroom instruction.
  • Consider a learner-centered approach to teaching online.
  • Describe how distance in space and time impacts communications and learning.
  • Explore effective online communication tools and strategies that encourage and develop student collaboration and an online learning community.
  • Write a course goal and objectives consistent with both curricular goals and the nature of teaching online.
  • Appropriately select online course activities, assignments, and assessment measures based on the course goal and objectives.
  • Discuss issues, define barriers to success, and explore best practices in managing the "virtual classroom."
  • Define copyright and intellectual property issues as they apply to the development of online course materials.
  • Effectively edit and maintain an online learning module.
  • Baseline Online Course Standards for WIU.
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Killexams : Business Management and Administration

Global CTE Toolkit: Projects, Videos, Resources, and More

Career and technical education (CTE) teachers need to not only teach the technical and academic skills needed for their content area, they also need to teach students 21st century skills that will make them successful working in a global marketplace. Therefore, a substantive understanding of how local issues relate to global challenges is the foundation of global competence and is required in all career pathways.

Specifically, globally competent students are able to:

  • Investigate the World. Students ask and explore questions that are globally significant.
  • Weigh Perspectives. Students recognize they have a unique perspective and that others may not share it, but they are able to respect all perspectives and create a new point of view.
  • Communicate Ideas. Students can effectively communicate, verbally and non-verbally, with diverse groups.
  • Take Action. Student can weigh options for action based on evidence and insight, see the potential consequences, then act and reflect on their actions.

While it is important to examine the four capacities above individually, global competence is best seen as an integrated outlook on the world—not a collection of independent skills.

These skills are required and highly desirable when considering the Business Management and Administration pathway and there are a wide range of applications within it. We are reminded that business managers and administrators are responsible for navigating the globalized world and making connections far beyond their work places. This reality requires a deep understanding of the global nature of this field for those who choose specialize in it.

Sample Projects

These globally focused projects, written by CTE educators and aligned to the Common Core by ELA, math and science educators, can be used as stand alone projects in one CTE classroom or can be combined by multiple CTE educators in a building. These projects are based around themes and contain the lesson plans, assessment information, and auxiliary materials an educator needs for implementation. Listed below are themes and the projects relevant to the Business Management and Administration pathway.

UN Sustainable Development Goal #5: Gender Equality

Food Security

Clean Energy: Solar or Wind

Women’s Health


Links to other global projects:

Project Planning Template

Use this blank project planning template to plan your own global CTE project! (Can be used on your own, or in conjunction with Module 2 of the Global CTE PD Course).

Standards, Crosswalks, and Rubrics

The Common Career Technical Core is a common set of CTE standards created for each of Advance CTE’s 16 Career Cluster areas. This document crosswalks the Business Management and Administration cluster with the four domains of global competence, demonstrating the clear alignment between global education and careers in this field. This crosswalk is also filled with ideas of global projects that can support the standards taught in each of the career pathways.

Business Management and Administration Standards Crosswalked to Global Competence

Career Profile and Classroom Videos

These short video interviews showcase the global aspects of today’s jobs. Included are:

Global CTSO Activities

This section contains links to Career and Technical Student Organizations (CTSO) with global activity options. Remember, many activities allow some freedom for students to choose their focus - encourage them to choose a global issue.

  1. DECA
  2. FBLA
  3. SkillsUSA

Additional Resources

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