Linux and Windows Integration Certification

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Vskills certification for Linux and Windows Integration Professional assesses the candidate as per the company’s need for system integration or system management. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in Linux deployment strategies, Samba configuration, file and printer sharing, CUPS, Using NetBIOS Network, Using LDAP, Using NT Domains, Kerberos configuration, running remote GUI programs, Linux thin client configurations, configuring mail servers and network backups.

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Linux and Windows Integration Certification

  1. 1. Certified Linux and Windows Integration Professional VS-1146
  2. 2. Certified Linux and Windows Integration Professional www.vskills.in CCCCertifiedertifiedertifiedertified Linux and Windows IntegrationLinux and Windows IntegrationLinux and Windows IntegrationLinux and Windows Integration ProfessionalProfessionalProfessionalProfessional Certification CodeCertification CodeCertification CodeCertification Code VS-1146 Vskills certification for Linux and Windows Integration Professional assesses the candidate as per the company’s need for system integration or system management. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in Linux deployment strategies, Samba configuration, file and printer sharing, CUPS, Using NetBIOS Network, Using LDAP, Using NT Domains, Kerberos configuration, running remote GUI programs, Linux thin client configurations, configuring mail servers and network backups. Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification? This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression. Earning Vskills Linux and Windows Integration Professional Certification can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential. Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification?Who will benefit from taking this certification? Job seekers looking to find employment in system integration, system management or IT departments of various companies, students generally wanting to improve their skill set and make their CV stronger and existing employees looking for a better role can prove their employers the value of their skills through this certification. Test DetailsTest DetailsTest DetailsTest Details • Duration:Duration:Duration:Duration: 60 minutes • No. of questions:No. of questions:No. of questions:No. of questions: 50 • Maximum marks:Maximum marks:Maximum marks:Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%) There is no negative marking in this module. Fee StructureFee StructureFee StructureFee Structure Rs. 4,000/- (Includes all taxes) Companies that hire VskillsCompanies that hire VskillsCompanies that hire VskillsCompanies that hire Vskills Linux and Windows IntegrationLinux and Windows IntegrationLinux and Windows IntegrationLinux and Windows Integration ProfessionalProfessionalProfessionalProfessional Linux and Windows Integration Professional are in great demand. Companies specializing in system integration or system management are constantly hiring skilled Linux and Windows Integration Professionals. Various public and private companies also need Linux and Windows Integration Professional for their system integration, system management or IT departments.
  3. 3. Certified Linux and Windows Integration Professional www.vskills.in Table of ContentsTable of ContentsTable of ContentsTable of Contents 1.1.1.1. Linux FeaturesLinux FeaturesLinux FeaturesLinux Features 1.1 Where Linux Fits in a Network 1.2 Linux as a Server 1.3 Linux on the Desktop 1.4 Comparing Linux and Windows Features 2.2.2.2. Linux Deployment StrategiesLinux Deployment StrategiesLinux Deployment StrategiesLinux Deployment Strategies 2.1 Linux Server Options 2.2 Linux Desktop Migration 2.3 Linux and Thin Clients 3.3.3.3. Basic Samba ConfigurationBasic Samba ConfigurationBasic Samba ConfigurationBasic Samba Configuration 3.1 Installing Samba 3.2 The Samba Configuration File Format 3.3 Identifying the Server 3.4 Setting Master Browser Options 3.5 Setting Password Options 4.4.4.4. File and Printer SharesFile and Printer SharesFile and Printer SharesFile and Printer Shares 4.1 Common File Share Options 4.2 Printing with CUPS 4.3 Creating a Printer Share 4.4 Delivering Printer Drivers to Windows Clients 4.5 Example Shares 5.5.5.5. Managing a NetBIOS Network with SambaManaging a NetBIOS Network with SambaManaging a NetBIOS Network with SambaManaging a NetBIOS Network with Samba 5.1 Enabling Domain Controller Functions 5.2 Enabling NBNS Functions 5.3 Assuming Master Browser Duties 6.6.6.6. Linux as an SMB/CIFS ClientLinux as an SMB/CIFS ClientLinux as an SMB/CIFS ClientLinux as an SMB/CIFS Client 6.1 Using NetBIOS Name Resolution 6.2 Accessing File Shares 6.3 Printing to Printer Shares 6.4 Configuring GUI Workgroup Browsers 7.7.7.7. Using NT Domains for Linux AuthenticationUsing NT Domains for Linux AuthenticationUsing NT Domains for Linux AuthenticationUsing NT Domains for Linux Authentication 7.1 The Principles Behind Winbind 7.2 Samba Winbind Configuration 7.3 PAM and NSS Winbind Options 7.4 Winbind in Action
  4. 4. Certified Linux and Windows Integration Professional www.vskills.in 8.8.8.8. Using LDAPUsing LDAPUsing LDAPUsing LDAP 8.1 The Principles Behind LDAP 8.2 Configuring an OpenLDAP Server 8.3 Creating a User Directory 8.4 Configuring Linux to Use LDAP for Login Authentication 8.5 Configuring Windows to Use LDAP for Login Authentication 9.9.9.9. Kerberos Configuration and UseKerberos Configuration and UseKerberos Configuration and UseKerberos Configuration and Use 9.1 Kerberos Fundamentals 9.2 Linux Kerberos Server Configuration 9.3 Kerberos Application Server Configuration 9.4 Linux Kerberos Client Configuration 9.5 Windows Kerberos Tools 10.10.10.10. Remote TextRemote TextRemote TextRemote Text----Mode Administration and UseMode Administration and UseMode Administration and UseMode Administration and Use 10.1 What Can Text-Mode Logins Do? 10.2 SSH Server Configuration 10.3 Telnet Server Configuration 10.4 Windows Remote-Login Tools 11.11.11.11. Running GUI Programs RemotelyRunning GUI Programs RemotelyRunning GUI Programs RemotelyRunning GUI Programs Remotely 11.1 What Can GUI Logins Do? 11.2 Using Remote X Access 11.3 Encrypting X by SSH Tunneling 11.4 VNC Configuration and Use 11.5 Running Windows Programs from Linux 12.12.12.12. Linux Thin Client ConfigurationsLinux Thin Client ConfigurationsLinux Thin Client ConfigurationsLinux Thin Client Configurations 12.1 The Role of Thin Client Computing 12.2 Hardware Requirements 12.3 Linux as a Server for Thin Clients 12.4 Linux as a Thin Client 13.13.13.13. Configuring Mail ServersConfiguring Mail ServersConfiguring Mail ServersConfiguring Mail Servers 13.1 Linux Mail Server Options 13.2 Configuring Sendmail 13.3 Configuring Postfix 13.4 Configuring POP and IMAP Servers 13.5 Scanning for Spam, Worms, and Viruses 13.6 Supplementing a Microsoft Exchange Server 13.7 Using Fetchmail 14.14.14.14. Network BackupsNetwork BackupsNetwork BackupsNetwork Backups 14.1 Backup Strategies 14.2 Backing Up the Linux System
  5. 5. Certified Linux and Windows Integration Professional www.vskills.in 14.3 Backing Up with Samba 14.4 Backing Up with AMANDA 15.15.15.15. Managing a Network with LinuxManaging a Network with LinuxManaging a Network with LinuxManaging a Network with Linux 15.1 Delivering IP Addresses with DHCP 15.2 Delivering Names with DNS 15.3 Keeping Clocks Synchronized with NTP
  6. 6. Certified Linux and Windows Integration Professional www.vskills.in Sample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample Questions 1.1.1.1. What does the term CIFS refers to?What does the term CIFS refers to?What does the term CIFS refers to?What does the term CIFS refers to? A. Common Internet Filing System B. Common Internet File System C. Core Internet File System D. None of the above 2222.... Which of the following are traditionalWhich of the following are traditionalWhich of the following are traditionalWhich of the following are traditional UNIXUNIXUNIXUNIX methods of providing centralizedmethods of providing centralizedmethods of providing centralizedmethods of providing centralized login services?login services?login services?login services? A. LDAP B. NIS C. SMB D. None of the above 3333.... Which of the following isWhich of the following isWhich of the following isWhich of the following is aaaa MicroMicroMicroMicrosoft technology for authentication?soft technology for authentication?soft technology for authentication?soft technology for authentication? A. HTTP B. NIS+ C. Active Directory D. None of the above 4444.... Which remote login service uses encryption by default?Which remote login service uses encryption by default?Which remote login service uses encryption by default?Which remote login service uses encryption by default? A. SSH B. FTP C. HTTP D. None of the above 5555.... Which daemon handles the file and printer serving functioWhich daemon handles the file and printer serving functioWhich daemon handles the file and printer serving functioWhich daemon handles the file and printer serving functions?ns?ns?ns? A. smbd B. nmbd C. pmbd D. None of the above Answers: 1 (B), 2 (B), 3 (C), 4 (A), 5 (A)

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