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USGS Adv COUA and SCCM Accelerated Training

Course code: USGS-OED-C3671
Course title: USGS Adv COUA and SCCM Accelerated Training
Description: The purpose of this course is to provide the Windows Systems Administrator with 3 days of instruction on various scripting techniques; creating group policy objects (GPOs) that accomplish more complex systems administration tasks; and to highlight the use of tools that are available to the Systems Administrator to assist them in managing their organizational unit. In addition the course will offer 2 days of accelerated training in SCCM concepts including architecture design, installation and administration, queries and collections, reporting, software deployment, software updates (patching), Desired Configuration Manager (DCM) and troubleshooting. NOTE: This Course also covers RBST credit (Information Security Basics, System/Application Security Management; Account Management and Access Controls).
To better train and prepare the Windows SA in the skills that assists them in managing their Organizational Units and SCCM sites and clients.
Target Audience:
DOI Internal USGS personnel only who are classified as USGS Windows Systems Administrators.
Delivery method: ILT
Instructional hours: 40
Credits/CEUs: 40
Vendor: USGS EAD
Additional Course Tuition Information:Please call the Payment Line at 888-390-4447
Contact:Brenda Athow 605-394-3243
Prerequisites:Must already be a COUA.
Requires Approval:Yes
Responsible Bureau:U.S. Geological Survey

Class Name Class Start Class End Location Contact # Seats Left Cost Registration
USGS-2014-1117-Denver, CO (9am-5pm MT) 2014-11-17 2014-11-22 Denver Federal Center
USGS Polar I & II Rooms D2305 & D2307, Bldg. 53
Brenda Athow
5 $0.00 Register

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