Windows Networking/MCSE

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HI SIR
CURRENTLY I AM WORKING TOSHIBA LAPTOP TECHNICAL  SUPPORT AND ALSO I HAVE DONE CCNA....I PLAN FOR  MCSE..  IS IT RIGHT OR NOT

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Hello,

What certifications you choose to get depends on what you want to do.  MCSE has a wide range of certifications in Windows networking and PC support.  If you are working on laptop support, an MCSE in desktop infrastructure might be useful.  If you want to expand into server support or networking, there are tracks for that as well.

- Mike  

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Michael Troy

Expertise

I have a fair amount of experience in peer-to-peer networking. I can answer questions about hardware, networking software, protocol settings, etc. I have some client-server experience, but not a lot with Windows-based servers. I can also give some advice on home network security: VPN, firewalls, anti-virus, etc.

Experience

I am the Director of Information Systems for a large law firm which connects about 300 users over five offices via a wide area network. We use client-server, peer-to-peer, remote access, VPN, Internet, and proxy servers.

I also have a peer-to-peer network of computers at home, with file and print sharing, remote access, shared network storage, and shared Internet access with a firewall.

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BA George Washington University JD University of Michigan

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