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American electricity system, plugs
Electricity. Difference between the U.S. and the Dutch system. And u = i x r
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V Motherboard components overview  2
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MS DOS course
Upgrading CPU & BIOS
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IPv6 Manual and test  4
Generations computers (development)  5
V Binaries  6
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Memory in Windows 
Internal memory SD-DDR1-2-3 overview

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V Raid 1-5 & SCSI technology  8
V Management take over  9
V Diskmanagement partitions  10
V BurnInTest  11
V Creating a bootable Windows 8 USB stick 32 & 64 bits  12
V Removing 100 ($100) ransomvirus  13
     
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Configurating and installing a harddisk
Basic XP installation hard- and software
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V Delete unnecessary files in XP B
V HP Install Network Printer XP C
V Making a networkcable D
V Drivers, extracting setup files  E
V Basic Windows 7 installation F
Troubleshooting; broadcast missed, does not work (Silverlight) G
V Images with Macrium reflect H
V Convert GPT disk to NTFS IJ
V Testing harddisks
Create image, cloning harddisks and manually copy
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V Modem, Router, Hub, Setting Wifi access key L
V Clean image on thin client installation & managing administrator settings M
V XP thin clients and staedy state and doc's to D
Documents on E (copy in the cloud)
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V Win 7 thin clients and returnil. Doc's on D P-Q
V Win7 with XP mode R
 
 
 

Server 2012, exchange mailserver

 
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Creating room for 1 Server and 2 users (employees, cals)

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Installing Server 2012

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Raid drivers, difference between Seagate and Hitachi disks

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Installing Active Directory, DNS and DHCP to Create a Windows Server 2012 Domain Controller

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Adding Windows 7 Computers to a Windows Server 2012 Domain

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Installing Office 2013 ( Outlook)

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Setup Exchange mailserver 2013

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Configuring Outlook 2013 on Server and communicating with 2 users

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Enable Multiple RDP Sessions in Windows 2012

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Setup Remote Desktop Services. Server and Windows 7

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Using VNC, Teamviewer

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Wakeup On Lan (WOL). Server and domaincomputers.

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Router configuration. Port forwarding-triggering

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Check whether a wake up lan computer really start, using internet-connected cameras

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Bios settings Server, automatic start and shutdown

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Automatically creating an image before the server goes down

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Mirror, raid 1-5 
Raid configuration and Cryptolockers 

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Basic and dynamic disks

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Thin clients RDP