Hardware & Networking

Why Learn Hardware And Networking with Learning Solutions?

The computer Hardware and Networking Online Training in Hyderabad at Learning Solutions teaches you IT infrastructure solutions for PC hardware maintenance and networking support. Begin your education with us by enrolling in our Infatech Hardware and Networking Online Training Courses. Hardware refers to the physical parts or components of a computer, such as a monitor, keyboard, storage, memory, and so on. A network is defined as the interconnection of two or more devices. Networking is the communication of two or more devices. Learning Solutions has a thorough understanding of all physical components and networking varieties.

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Our Skillful Trainers will assist the learners to understand every corner of the Hardware Networking Program, from Scratch to Advanced.
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Module 1: INTRODUCTION OF COMPUTER

Module 2: GENERATION OF COMPUTERS

Module 3: CLASSIFICATION OF COMPUTERS

Module 4: PARTS OF COMPUTER(UNITS)

Module 5: PARTS OF MOTHERBOARD
Chipset
Expansion Slot
Memory Module
Processor Socket
Drive Connectors
BIOS
CMOS
Front Panel Connectors
Port Connectors
Power Connectors

Module 6: ASSEMBLING NOTES

Module 7: JUMPER SETTINGS

Module 8: ASSEMBLING PRACTICAL

Module 9: PRACTICE

Module 10: DOS INTRODUCTION

Module 11: BIOS SETUPS

Module 12: DOS COMMANDS
File
Directory
Attribute Commands
Practice

Module 13: FILES SYSTEM (FAT & NTFS)
Boot Process

Module 14: XP OS INSTALLATION

Module 15: USER CREATION

Module 16: XP FEATURES
Firewall
Disk Management
Add or Remove Program

Module 17: DRIVER FINDING WITH SOFTWARE
Method of Device Drivers Configuration
Application Software Installation
Practice

Module 18: DUAL OS INSTALLTION XP WITH WINDOWS 7/8

Module 19: OS UPGRADE

Module 20: OS EDITION

Module 21: OS BITS (32 & 64)

Module 22: PRACTICE

Module 23: XP 1ST & 2ND REPAIR

Module 24: REG EDIT (D WORD VALUE)

Module 25: GP EDIT

Module 26: RESTORE

Module 27: DISK CLEAN UP

Module 28: DISK DEFRAGMENTATION

Module 29: OS MANAGEMENT
SAFE MODE Configuration
MS-Config
Temp
%temp%
Prefetch
Virtual Memory
OS Activation
Windows 7 & 8 Features
Windows 7 & 8 Updates
Recovery (Repair)
Updates and Patches

Module 30: E-MAIL CONFIGURATION
Difference B/W Outlook Express & Outlook
E-mail Creation
Mail Backup
Multiple E-mail Account Configuration
NewPST Creation
Set PWD for the PST
Change Sync. Time duration
Add Contact & Group
Rule Creation

Module 31: NT BACKUP

Module 32: OS BACKUP (NORTON GHOST)

Module 33: HIRENBOOT OPIONS

Module 34: VIRUS

Module 35: ANTIVIRUS

Module 36: PRACTICE

Module 37: TEST – HARDWARE MODULE AND TROUBLESHOOTING

Module 1: NETWORK INTRODUCTION

Module 2: TYPES OF NETWORK

Module 3: HOW DO WE NETWORK ?

Module 4: DIFF OS FAMILY

Module 5: WORKGROUP AND DOMAIN NETWORK

Module 6: TYPES OF TOPOLOGY

Module 7: TYPES OF MEDIA
NIC
Hub
Switch
Router
OSI Model
Cables

Module 8: CABLE CRIMPING METHODS

Module 9: PROTOCOLS

Module 10: IP ADDRESS

Module 11: CRIMPING PRACTICE

Module 12: XP WITH XP – WORKGROUP NW CONFIGURATION

Module 13: IP CONFIGURATION

Module 14: FILES AND FOLDER SHARING & PERMISSION

Module 15: WORKGROUP USER MANAGEMENT
User Creation
User Level files access permission
Practice

Module 16: REMOTE DESKTOP

Module 17: REMOTE ASSISTANCE

Module 18: NET MEETINGModule 19: OFFLINE FILE SHARING

Module 20: PRACTICE

Module 21: 2003 SERVER OS
ADS Configuration
DHCP Configuration
Client Configuration
User Management
Files and Folder Sharing
Profiles
Practice

Module 22: USER AND FOLDER LEVEL PERMISSION
User or Group Configuration
Sharing Permission
Logon locally
Complicity Password

Module 23: PROFILES
Default Profile
Roaming Profile
NT Backup
Practice

Module 24: TERMINAL SERVER

Module 25: IIS SERVER

Module 26: FTP SERVER CONFIGURATION

Module 27: NT BACKUP & RESTORE

Module 28: 2008 SERVER OS
ADS Configuration
DHCP Configuration
Client Configuration

Module 29: USER MANAGEMENT

Module 30: FILES AND FOLDER SHARING

Module 31: PROFILES

Module 32: PRACTICE

Module 33: GROUP POLICY
Changing Default Password Policy
Enabling Password Lock out Policy
Complicity Policy (Password Length)
Changing Allow Logon Locally Policy

Module 34: TEST – NETWORK MODULE

FAQ

Because IT skills are in high demand, being a Hardware & Networking developer may help you advance your career in both the commercial and governmental sectors.

A basic understanding of computers and programming is required. Knowledge of the C and C++ programming languages is also advantageous.

Understanding of concepts such as Classes, Inheritance, Objects, Interfaces, and Polymorphism is required.

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