MCSA Windows 7

MCSA Windows 7

Course Information

MCSA Windows 7

Course Details

Certification: MCSA Windows 7
Vendor: Microsoft
Course prerequisite: There are no prerequisites for studying this course.
Study time: 20-30 hours
Practical learning: Practice labs are available for the MCSA Windows 7 courses.

Career Path Opportunities

Technical Support Analyst
1st Line Support Technician
2nd Line Support Technician
Desktop Support Engineer
IT Support Analyst
Service Desk Engineer
Help Desk Support
Network Support Engineer
Service Desk Analyst
Junior IT Engineer

What's Included

  • Windows 7 Configuring (70-680)
  • Windows 7 Enterprise Desktop Support Technician (70-685)
  • 12 months unlimited access
  • Student mentor
  • Student care team
  • Career support

Why Learn With Us

Let us help you become the best you can be.

Career Support

Students receive access to our recruitment resource pack which includes our CV review guide, enabling you to showcase your new skills.

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Student Support

Our dedicated student support team is only a phone call or email away, to answer your questions and help you prepare for exams.

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Flexible Finance

Our 0% interest finance plans are fully flexible and range from 6 to 12 months, allowing you to enrol on your course with complete peace of mind.

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Partnered with Leaders

We partner with the world’s leading course providers to make sure you have high-quality learning materials that will accelerate your learning.

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Expert Team

Our team undergo daily training for the latest updates and demands in the industry, to help find you the perfect role to begin your career.

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Course Curriculum

MCSA Windows 7

Exam 70-680: Windows 7 Configuring
  1. Installing, Upgrading and Migrating to Windows 7  
  2. Deploying Windows 7 in the Enterprise  
  3. Enterprise Management in Windows 7  
  4. Configuring Hardware and Applications  
  5. Configuring Network Connectivity  
  6. Configuring Access to Resources  
  7. Configuring Mobile Computing  
  8. Configuring Security Options  
  9. Monitoring And Maintaining Systems  
  10. Configuring Backup and Recovery Options  
Exam 70-685: Windows 7 Enterprise Desktop Support Technician
  1. Installing, Upgrading, and Migrating to Windows 7  
  2. Configuring Disks And Device Drivers  
  3. Configuring File Access And Printers  
  4. Identifying And Resolving Log on Problems  
  5. Configuring Network Connectivity  
  6. Troubleshooting Network Issues  
  7. Mobile Computing And Remote Access  
  8. Securing Windows 7 Desktops  
  9. Optimizing And Troubleshooting Performance And Reliability  
  10. Maintaining Windows 7 Desktops  

Why Get Qualified?

Gain new skills and knowledge

Thinking ahead and learning the skills needed to move forward in your current career path will mean you are more likely to be considered for future roles.

Gain credibility early in your career

A certification from IT Online Learning shows prospective employees that you have the right skills and credentials needed to succeed in your career.

Increase your opportunity for promotion

Gaining the right set of qualifications will increase your chances of moving into a supervisory or management role, giving you the opportunity to increase your salary.

Average Salary Projection

Source: Adzuna
Average Salary
Technical Support Analyst
Average Salary
You Can Earn
Average Salary
Junior IT Engineer

Salary Projection

Average Salary

Desktop Support Engineer


You can earn an average of £32k a year

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